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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 2, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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By June. C. OTfelll commission. lie said the commission Then, point by point he mentioned I the episcopate u well ai

NCWC News Service "has not completedits ] the problems that have with the cooperation' of the

VOL. XXVI, No. M Orlando Florida, Friday, July 2, 1965 10o VATICAN CITY Pope Paul VI hat appeal for enquiries which wa do not been his special concerns He Religious! and the faithful
a "happy conclusion" of the Second Vatican Council and wish to interrupt but of made It clear that the coun themselves who have the
which we are solicitous with cil's conclusion and world "
has qualifications .
warned world
that a conflict means "not the end of "

difficulties, but an end of civilization" all respectful concern for peace him.are He the singled two out greatest VietNam Turning to the second

Sisters of St. Joseph The Pope took occasion of his name day-the feast He added: "Me hope before the Dominican Republic \ major problem ot| his reign: ,

cf St. John the Baptist (June 24)-to) review the major long to be' able to sped a the Congo! and Algeria as Pope Paul turned of the"new

I preoccupation' of his second year aa Pontiff. few words on a theme .f major trouble spots in the hutbidii tit| ditrord" en

As the two major ones he singled out the Council and such vital Importance, supported world. kindled In the world, lie said:
by the light of human
world uce.TA'.ntynln. Pope Paul alluded to adminlstrathe "We
cannot hid
invest 17 marriage, and the Church's science, while we ask the our un.Nul"1 -
as novices Cardinals led teaching on birth control Lord It may be the light of worries such as iXir spirit. the apt' it
finding money enough to of all worthy
by Eugene Cardinal Tli tr> Of the possible changes In Ills wiftdum." pay men ot this
for the restoration! of the name, shrinks
horrified from
ant, dean of the sacred rot the Church's legislation
m WEST PALM BKACH: Monalgnor James Enrightwill of Mr. and Mrs P A. Adamsof loge, visited Pope Paul lathe mixed marriages, advocated on In his 2(100( word discourse! Lateran Palace In Rome, destined the prospect of s war In"hlC'h

hear profession of YOWl and Invest 17 novices of the West Palm Beach; Miss Vatican! to congratulatehim by some Catholics and many Pope Paul also touched upon to house Rome's diocesan those ternhle InMiu

Sisters of St Joseph of St Augustine at ceremonies today Judith Roberts, daughter of on Mi name day, which non Catholics, the Pope laid problems encountered in reviewing offices that are the now. menU of destruction whkhscience
spread
throughout
city.The and
in Italy li much new drafts of statutes hnologv have
regarded asa
at St. Julianna Mrs. L. D. Roberts of Jack only that It ii "a delicatequestion
Church daughter of Mrs Mary CoQ sonville. birthday li In the United which demands further of national Bishops' conferences f I'.lraI'rr.. begun by discovered might be employed -
here Pope John XXIII after It was It would be drama-
Malone of MjamL Miss Helen Sllvtstro States reflection tht revision! of a

Father Peter. T O'DonneH Muss Anne Logue, daughter daughter of Mr and Mrs In addition to the two major He pointed out that he has canon law and the reorgani were found In the precarious ancient condition.The buildings. tic eventuality' irreversible It' wmild and fatal
8 J of West Palm of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B.Logue Carmine Silvettro ot Miami; problem, the Pope took note spoken of the birth rate problem \ sation of the Roman curia, be the
Beach
win end not of diffkiiltlei but
of Jacksonville Miss bliss Gail of other which have the Church's central administrate of
: O'Conner, daughterof matters at 4 similar ceremony In Pope riled the valuable
give the civllliatlon"
homily at the midmorning Patricia Miller, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. P. O'Con* !been! of great concern to him 1964 and that he had prom body. results already achieved by

Ma... Mr and Mrs. Charles P Mill, ner of Winter Haven; Mist in the pant year. Among the"* lied to speak further on the Early In his 'talk, the Pope the ecumenical council and The 1'01"| praised the efforts
Prior to the day of Invested er of ."Lauderdale.. Mils Amy Ford daughter of Mrs. he lilted the question of subject after it had been declared that the "bark of said he rested the fourth of statesman "who show

tur, the Sisters' made their Katherine Adams, daughter A. C Ford of Jacksonville Church leglilation on mixed studied by a special papal Peter sails amid rough seas" session would add greatly to loyal and honorable Intentions
annual what has for peace and who take
retreat In preparation already been sceompllihed. -
for the solemn vow taking positive steps' to achieve It.
lie mentioned his ipeclal) concern
Father' August Coyle SJ
dean of St. Charles College] "Just as the council began for the future Inlet
,
Grand Couteau, Loulilann. in exultance and trust at its ham the Congo. the Dominican
conducted the retreat first session so we desire Republic and Algeria
that it should end In the most In passing the Pope noted

The seventeen ytang wenven. serene and fraternal concord his Bombay appeal" to world
who until this Um. had In a mutual promise of leaders to put aside funds for

beta postalsnts, wilt receive friendship and solidarity, In helping the world's hungryand
their. Barnes In religion sad the well ordered harmony of poor from monies saved
the habits .f novices\ ef the organic structures which by disarmament programs

dioceses community e( Sis compote this holy Church of 'Our suggestion tn Institutean
I.,.. Cod It Is necessary the international fund with

Other w l council end well, In speedy these means and for this
SiJt'fIU
\
profess and constructive work In apeace purpose has been well rereived -
their
final
or their temporaryvows filled with the spirit of In principle by competent -
of poverty, chaiity and Christ"
obedience.At and authoritative quar'tens .
I so as to give rise to the
After the
noting contributions
i

the July 2 ceremonies,
hope that
the
these young women win be it be made by Bishops, have undertakingmay
canned\ ('athollcobservers a practical and
invested as novices: experts, mm most
beneficial and exemplary -
and ethers,
I'npe
Mini Yvonne Pearrow Implementation In the
Paul made the point that not
daughter' of Mr and Mrs J. J. not too "
distant future, he
all the (bunch problems will\
Prarrow 411 St Augustine: 'be ..".d by the council. said

Miss Mr Sharon and Mrs Bialk John daughterof Bulk Holy Name Society elects officers at Oldest ParishAt "Indeed, the council Itself

of Dunedin; Mm Joan Crow. opens many new and great Nuncio cites
lev daughter of Mr. and Mrs a recent Holy Name Society meeting X. L. Pelllcer Jr. president; Charter Manta above with their pastor, Monslgnor John P. problems whkh, erne the

F T Crowley of Star""' hiss and breakfast held at the Ponce de Leon calco, vice-presid.nt; Dr Jack Crafton sec Burns All pariah Holy Name Societies will council Is over wt will

Maureen Walsh, daughter of Motor Lodge, the new officers of the Cathedral retary-treaaurer; and Dun Wthklng and join In Quadricentennlal celebrations gather together In all reset Dominicans'fragic

Mr and Mrs M. V. Walsh of pariah Society were elected. They are Peter M rerun, marshals. The men ai<"shown ence and will seek to treat
County Mayo, Ireland; Mist and resolve| not without the strife
Janet flicks, daughter of Mr. cooperation and counsel of
and Mrs T. E. Dicks ef Atlanta .
Georgia On least day Fathers visit ,m JI'VV, Puert ftlceNC
Maryknoll to
(: The
) -- conflict In the
Mm Helen Brewntll,


John Charlotte daughter W of Brownefl Mm Mr Audrey and ef MM Port Ingsldi Throngs visit St. Peter's Basilica three parishes in July that brothers Ivirnlnk-an pits, "Christians"brothers Republic, against against Is one.

t'hrtittans. the papal nun 10
daughter of Mr and .'.t",,, will vlelt
ST. AHUHIINF. --- Mrknoll to that country hat said here.
Mrs Dominic T IngsMl of VATICAN TTV (.NC) the center' "but alto from e.. vole the protection of the Nearby In the center alile. three parishes$ in the PioceM of Ft Augustine! during
Orlando; Miss Diane Mitont, Paul VI asked thepilgrims amities of Christian virtue ipoutri! and now' especiallythat the Uth-cenltirv bronze statue The ,.'nm nl was mad hy
the
-Pope July seeking; contributions to Mbulonary Cooperatlve -
and testimony and! fidelity of the Queen of the Apoe- of St Peter was robed In a .\rrhhlihop l Kmsnuele: C.1.rt.
who flocked to Rome must give to the faith ties and Mother of t h. geld brocaded red cop with Plan the Chancery has announced here .lfI, she has played' s m.Jor)

Prayers for Rome to observe the feast and charity ef the Gop l," Dwell the meet htty Madonna a tiara on its hd The pilgrim Collections will be taken up by mlimlonary Priests at role In .peacemaking efforts

of fits Peter and Paul to the Holy Father declared. i filed b,.. touching the At. James Parinh, Orlando, on July 4.; Ft. Paul pariah In the iNtmlnlcas Itepubllc
foot of the statue at theirpredercteers lIaytbfta> Heath, on July 11 ; and St Mary pariah, St
peace asked pray that the Church's current "He will pees fr all the Tie "..Ilk. *f M. Peter have done start Archbishop. Clsri'io: salt
(11.11. that \M be tilled and sew a r.setest stream tfl IVtersburg on July 25. and I Korea Paging a eon tht Chars hss been present
suffering might serve It stood In the previous bailura
to make it and My and Ikil the aUttsgrate \l.ll.,. Ihrraglmit the day on tile same spot The The fXorent Is .taking part slant "war on poverty" then and wants to tie ever mire
by PontiffVATICAN stronger difflcettiet. and seek present 'In the trtiH! and
missionaries' 'to >
deep Improvethe
holier bloat of them peed the design of the foot hat teenwen Is this plan. a-i a pert of the
suffering/ M eMire IhrtvfHeel conditions of umlerprtvt suffering of the 1 Ikmilni'" ans.
tradition! to tht Connewt" smooth resultOver .
visit at a ceLhratam.
OTV (.NC) He oattod cm the noon the said, fr (rent ... *i""h SMrversary leged natwmsTt I "not wily to suffer with all but
( under the main altar the mam door leading
crowd .ii at Mr)lug M, might' serve I. also te help Intensely tn
I'tter'.lqure and shave the tomb of the mto the beillica
-Pope Paul VI spoke of was draped 4* lM and I* continueIt
Sanctify M\ ted .I"',, f'. The Marvknoil Fathers remedy ne 4i" soul 1 crtatt an
(June 2V) to also for
the dangers to world pray Prince i of the Apxtlesdraped a garland of greens Into a spread the weed .f (<< Mil, I of frsttrnslThe I
peace the waufiratk vt Chris.tiajitty \ n. In gatlandt and flow pattern of a fishing net the pair, 'aln n"!"!"'.ni In latin the "Priests depend I U great atmoeph. "
asked prayers that the sail the next session "In V! 3 r. "-t ir .ment tf trt and lit with towering traditional s) ml ol j of the Ar,1, ,I for. or last. Inc part .. the MUtlomry 1's nn lerslandaag

thirsts will be overcome. of UM Htwneiiieal Council theI\ c t 11''WIa..1Do' candles fisherman St. PctTsbr I g9c: aF'i i noia .,...r.llu Plus Arthatehop spoke at a
cereenetMT 'In the pan Juan
as has become usual at his Slat Peter, and Setat Paul Tht Kittof'. of the I'nMed' refhedral at which he ftsatxl -

regular Sunday appear. he said. were rt.fi.*..... for Stales' approved IN ......., IJit pell in m '111,1, ,1

an eta to crowds In at.pf't.r' makmc Renee. the c*...., of d 'AI In the early, 1'DM In a .brief. of episcopal! stilhont. '., to
tntOiuiTli. ""'. win pray fur riist'.rv of U years Ike ('..a. Arcnbiehop Luis Ap''nt* V ,
Square. Rome that It be redueevereda lc 1; foreign Mission Km! 'leiy efAmfirs lines ot Ken Juan flu> '}

Pit he also encouraged Die loved as tic C'fttoI.IItd I I iMarykaolli' .'' ...* HMOS first Relive Ar'hh".

people: ea June 27 to !have a that this kix..le hopeful Christian outlook Nt only' from the dtiputt and : : of the mission serves ai 1.eo11C. delegate
authority which make Rome 1 1t lands to PueNe Hies
F. said that 1kert
are lee + 1 Only! the tuv wrt fit till Among the dia>; ilaris prrvMl
wets ef judging the way UewerW hierarchy and po.4e. at this were EplM-n: |).| nnf"prranclr .
Is
gtlag especiallywhet Dedicates country fin .**.... Unrest hmis thi liiarli! '
tat sees Is sot cemfert.leg. with f.niiti.i in treat their. ftret .Mtrve-bora t.p"< opal M
.
future Priesin and. to keep Bishop t4 the Reverent Are

There U the way of ,.t.>>a- Spain to their pressed missions' toti"itnrt tea$ Rivera tt the C:\anje .

tit rei'gastea wkeh sees noftmedwi : It wa seal eel Cacti

B'r seeks them m Sacred Heart "" u,." ,,,.,,..,..,.,nnnnnnn",,,.,,,,,,,,,,,"."
rents themselves, hepteg
eat they' will tight them r itf
selves. MIDRID'nCI( Genet r Official'

........ Fraanerektvekaac FT.srn. i ( I Itr
The there 1s .*. way U .... "relafteMef isn't i I
hope. bet.. al..,. as dw ... Spate NraseOy nrIr-1? Diocese of St. AugustineSt.
t. r\ .. tieaMPousde.ce j rated his iiimU 7 as the "amt 1 .t .
trra If tMs ale 'esHnB" yes Heart w lesmectsiai *..tbVS
Florida
Auguirlne.
lot' 5155,5) Wing sign a.4prrxtpes taowwme eewerfMrag eaOa
but apcears u the .sI aaesu..ed ?*,0Heejil r"e
>spv. IMerpUv ef hwMMegrumsiasrei rutted The DteeeesH Oeiunieemn for the" Apn*t Ufs

And there M Jeen.d by fast lewiiaft (a< of OirUfUn Unity ht* rtqtseated the Arehhish-

kept n t>. peal a .n!1 ef /._ teeia tilt s>en:* chief ofHst F np's Chsnrory! to ronvnae a meetdif of Paefors

ers la th* INn ef the* wket toot pert m taw cere. t r J fir the aejrfne fit eceminNig the "fnterlm Guide...

softer end In the offenses.... mean at C...,. ", thou wed pray" 1M fifeTkertftrt fob lAafvl's ....' stir
"fill C ewMM*>jei for Kntmenleal.. AffairsTht
tMlaM the c.ea*. ft SIMMS ijvsse 2S

The sew mumumrttrs se,.aren.h.( ......... will take place M late Augurut
.er hip. wM
ae dnlny.4. a the
tree ever mr WsvUyew .,.. rind ear In Use aatwitafae, It ks warmly ,...'flIIIft\I.J

prayer, klra b M* Uc that ow ....... cake friendly vbite tn fhrnmteOrt .
*..., were frrveat and Pad U seat a wvsage. .
of ....
.
ChursHis their "
IrestfsL. Ie cause be ditip. ... ....tec his .......< area < 'fl.tact. *
}.**t'4 since M k tirrttft .. "tk rnbd I'..." sed ., end the* datctiMiusM which will flownfr'e

It Our lI spedy MMker." caRtog t.r to arty' l Ine" aid Cathedral renovated for Ouadricentenmal thens. aesMiU. he valuaMe rontrlbu'i. mi to
Uw ecbkvese.et If MTM! the AptNrtefete of Christian Hasty s4 will serves

'!'I'". d... .i..earlier! the Pore pr.gns ales.<< N' ipseo'hp. p.-., I.-Ye ft >"f .Vile the : -e are wi if; en the waJa: ofa t 'rJ B.w U ikief :n a pornof eVfmfure fur future .... > I.pments"

ia.1.r. .-' .' s world eAf ._. Heatlms pressed ..,... a5a r' aCii..tr' a 0"ew..g' n*. jf T TV will J b* e w' 'L gsa t'. 2 i.t '1 >.. .rfe the' desired 'unite of ail f. :ilnwrera ofJ
f w-r 4. :*iea f'ttretef .f m..\**.ry 4 .'.. t'he not *< > E.tbrtp .. .. f 11 rIItf.
d "S s.' re e-l of" it r.r'a' a eu-ri.t'r a : '.i Ca "je w. ittoeember IJ i eue
,. t: t4"ra.! W'',rkanea eh wa P-'jest 'I&C rUt and) a choir sacri *.
ch .ul.-; DfUKtTM. heck gage > 'u nun..." '" n _......._._"'nn'\\"NN"NM

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St PetersburgBISHOP OrlandoST. Ormond BeachST. r ( doesn't someW -

BARRY JAMESOn BRENDAN 1. body tell me these + Mrs. James

The now officers of theE July 4. Father James St. Brendan's family festival things." This cry of distressIs

VP Barry Guild for the Courneen of the Maryknoll will feature a fish fry on usually voiced by a new of 1 Lacher

-.re:; year were recently Fathers will speak at all Friday. July 2, opening day ficer or committee chairman
f -ted Mrs. John 11. Ross, Masses about the work of the and also a chicken dinner on when she discovers that she

r lent Mrs. George Duf. Maryknoll missions. The pea Saturday. July 3, from 5 to 7 bas failed to perform some DCCW

< president; Mrs. Lloyd ple of this parish will have an p.m. There will also be boothsrun c'.. duty In connection with her president 1!

I II.) vey secretary; Mrs opportunity to take part In by the different circles of office. r
T' -1'r Wagner, treasurer; and the vital work of bringing the the parish such as "goody" Every woman who accepts
t' F W. Bachnik and Mrs. Faith to all men by contributing booth-St. Ann Circle Mrs. a position of responsibility In I
Albert: 0, Frey, board memo to the special collection Joseph Campbell chairman; the Diocesan Council wants to them during the coming year.

t"S. that will.be taken up for the "gift" booth-St. Catherine do sll that Is expected of her. The report chairmen win .

Bishop Barry Mother's benefit of the missions, announced Circle Mrs A. M. Fields, If she is wise she will avail receive their instructions I:,

Cuild will hold their annual St. James parish chairman; "white elephant" herself of every opportunityto directly from the diocesan re

r-mmage sale on September Priests. booth-St. Christopher Cir learn all that she can about port chairmen. I

27 and 28, at 929 Baum Ave The officers and the car cle. Mrs. Raymond Bouchard her organization and especially It is our hope as It has
nue North. nival committee of St. James chairman; "fish pond"- St. about the duties InvolvedIn been with all our predecessors I

Donations of clothing I !Home and School Club are Denis Circle, Mrs. Stewart her particular office. that this Information

household articles books etc. now making plans for the annual Pagan chairman; "bake There are many sources of will be read and then filed for y
will be appreciated. Call Mrs. fall carnival of St. sale"-St. Joseph Circle Plan St. Brendan parish festival Information. First of all future reference. We chose

Salvatore Pancotta ((862.5552)) James School. All parish organizations Mrs. William Williams chair. there is her own affiliation'sconstitution the month of June to get this
or Mrs. Peter Wagner and parishioner man, and St. Margaret Mary Committee chairmen at St. Brendan the left Mrs. Charles Lumpkin. Mrs. and bylaws information to you becauseby

((343- 771)) 'or pickup of are encouraged to cooperatewith Circle Mrs. Charles Lump- parish, Ormond Beach, are finishingthe Leon M. Wolinskl, Mra. A. M. Fields which outline the basic duties now everyone has received

goods. the Club on this project. kin chairman; "food wagon last minute details for the family Father Paul F. Mess, and Mrs. Stewart of each office. A good constitution her file and during the

LADIES of Kef C KefC -Marian Circle, Mrs. Joseph festival to be held this weekend: from Fagan. and bylaws chair summer you can get your
Boris, chairman; "a d u itgames" man will see that these are "house in order." There
The Ladles of the Assembly The Columbian Club of Or. -- Matthew Queenan reviewed and revised if
never teems to be time for
working with the FrankJ. lando Inc. held their annual and William Mitchell, chair. to keep the organl-
necessary when activities
this start lathe
Lewis Assembly, Knightsof membership meeting at the men. MelbourneKefC New diocesan chairmen ration up to date. We have fall.
Columbus, In St. Petersburg hall of Our Lady of the Lakes John Van Wicklen Is in our own Council manual to

are sponsoring a Council 5150 Knights of Columbus charge of the electrical work On June 1, election was help us understand the entire In addition to all this basis
theater party, "The Sound of to elect directors for and Matthew Bchrendt Is for the officers listed for DCCW year organization of NCCW at all information that an affiliation
Music July 11. For reservations completed new president needs there are
on
the coming year. New directors handling the booth construc levels, plus the many national
and information, call are William! Brockman, of the Father Gabriel ii.t "".I Hmi .r the 1'1_.... r....u ., C.H..II. ,..... N... publications with a wealthof other types of information
2444883. Michael Dolark George Ray, tion.Local residents and touristsare Council 3746, Knights of Columbus .,rl..,. >M rhllrmr IM I...-... I lip ..* .... Ihli Nil. information. that should be brought to her
Robert Watts and Arthur MacDonald attention if she Is to be an effective
urged to attend the fes : Jerry PresidentMrs. Constitution and Rylass -
Demetree. At the annual tival which will be held on (Hank Every affllla'lon officer president.As .
grand knight; Splller James L. Lacher Organization
St. PetersburgEdouard must t also realize that In addition
meeting of the directors
the church grounds. drputy grand knight; Hank 4r9 32nd:! St. West Development to the requirements of a member we ewe It le
thereafter the following officers Tickets are fl.f for adults president to teU her about
our
Bill Dal. Bradenton Miss Irene Scanlon
were elected: John Tasls, chancellor; the local organization thereae
and 75 cents for children. such
things as community
warden Fisher, assistant 1888 S. Edgewood Ave. alia obligations to thedpanr
Robert tell Ray
C. Craig Ilage president; ; Recording Secretary' projects In which ear orgml.
Contractor and Distributorfor Pleus vice-president; Robert _" \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\1 warden; Earl Flckett, Mrs. Thomas Kenna JacksonvilleFamily and diocesan Councils ration might wish to ptrtlcl.
Watts treasurer; and George treasurer Hector Bergeron 446 Lora St. which cannot be Ignored.To .
;
Life and Parent pate, to let her know about
Yiloit Metal Ceramic Ray secretary A Must Reading For and Ray DeFlllips, inside Neptune BeachCorresponding Education: Traffic Safety help you know what the Illness or death of a member

and Moute Tiles Catholic. guards; Jose Calderln, outside Secretary Mrs. William Whitney these obligations are your perhaps there Is a family
'" \\" \\\\\" \\,,\\"'" Every guard; Joe Fisher, trus material
117.49th St. So. 347-4101 ;Miss Anne Tucker General Delivery diocesan president with the la need ef f temporary
tee; and William Klekotta assistance of the correspond. a..lltllltt-Cb list ls end-
Subscribe now REBEL BISHOP recorder. Installation will 2610 11th Ave West Wlndermere
lag secretary has spent the less
HEARING AIDS 0\\\\\\\\\,"""\\\\\\\" .14144\\,\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"' ,. take place on July 6. Bradenton HistorianMrs. last few weeks mailing out

.. '499S ,' > ., ... Treasurer Anthony Banks Instruction sheets. Diocesan But unless "somebody tells
her these things" cannot
we
This ".ap.. w.rlh' taD ,... Mrs Alvin E. Bazley 2448 Foster Lane chairman, deanery presidents
av. h.It.,,. pa.h..tELSWORTH e 203 San Juan Dr. Sarasota and chairmen affiliation expect our presidents to da
P.O. Box 133 presidents and chairmen all anything about them. Whoever
anas i> ..* ni.*. rh. "..IU. Ponte Vedra Beach Home and SchoolAiioclatloa have been sent Information said "Ignorance Is bliss"
'tJ has never been an affiliation
Invaluable to
that will prove
Contact Mn. Beverly Murphy Par'lamertarlan president. She Is not clairvoyant

147-5085 for local ads In .. \!/ Mrs. Ctrl heath 313 Mrs.3rd Howard St. Mooney At Catholic U. but sometimes we expect
802 Carlton Ave.
tfiii area Ir her to be.Gi.t'n .
t Lake Wales ClermontInternational WASHINGTON, D.C.- all the Informationshe

Holy Name Church aI Auditor and Inter- President Lyndon B. Johnson needs the only thing anew .
addressed the graduates of .
president mutt have to
American Relations -
Mark A.
Mrs. Hellwlg
the Catholic University of
r be assured of a successful
JACKSON'SSHOES Turner Rd. Foreign Students
1208 N.
I America here on June .. term of office, Is the full cooperation
I tk Winter Park Mrs. Robert McGill
r President Johnson! renewedhis
of the membership.As .
6241 Pine Summit Dr.
Library and Literature plea to the communist always,
Jacksonville
DON BARDELLA Apoiloiale' of nations for cooperation toward Sis Lashes
"uhllOpinion world peace. He Invited
Manager I Mrs. N. E. Yerkes Publicity Public Relations and all nations to "take together Helps victims
641 Central Are liZ-USS "
418 Valencia Rd. a walk toward peace.
R'1'entce' Mrs. Charles D. Collet Among those who received GUATEMALA: : CITY (NO)
;. \ 44 Bay View Dm Catholics in Customs I
: k... ". ,. degrees at the commencement .
I II I BEEP I II I fslholle Charities St. Augustine Miss City have sent a sizable sum
Michael I.
Wh' .lr.. 1.5.... .r ,..rt.r ] For Guild were to Luis
Chavei
Transfiguration and Relief Archbishop
..I,.. e.,. (.!!.... Nan ... Foreign Supove( Jacksonville who received J
Mill p.*...* Inr 7..r fr..... Mrs. Frederick Schmidt Reports her Master in Social Gonzales of Sao Salvador ii
Ilk. yn w.M. I..4..r wr Father Edward J, Mulligan assisted Schmidt standing Mri. 75th Mrs. Thf dore Antony neighboring El Salvador to
speaker J ; 714 St. NorthSt. Work Mesa Rae Ann Nager,
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p ... T.,. rlfhi .ff M II .l by Father John Bolger Installed the Jayne Duffy corresponding ever'e- Petersburg 30 Orange As,. Tampa who received herM help the victims of recent
H...... Fl."... th..'. a nllMrlk officers of the Women'i Rockledge earthquakes.
.. ef Dew r.rt RI....', M"Huelion new Guild of tary; Mrs I> ;aiM Kernler, recording ( l\lc Participation A : and Miss Rosalie Joanne -

.11 Tran lffuration parish, St. Petersburg, secretary! ; Mr. Charlotte Mwwun, 1 and legislationMrs. << Speakers' Bureaa D'Albora, Titusville

846.2318 recently seated, from the'! left Mrs. vice.president ; end Mrs. Gerald Tschi- Arthur Snyder Mrs. Horace M. Fl isher who received' her A n, LARGODO

EAGLE CREST RANCHEd Frank Smith, president; Father Mulligan \ deter, U oasurcr 123 Aucila Rd. 5610 19th Ave. South 15444544444444..44414.04e1WThe
Marsh
; Father Bolger; and Mrs F. II. Cocoa Beach St. Pe'.ertburgSpiritual fourth o( July holiday
Is the annlmsary In the
Ch II Drfrni Dftelopmentand Tilted Stain ef the adoption LAWNMOWER

s kin Lena M. Clemens Retreats ef the Declaration ef r Independence SHOP
St. CloudST. JacksonvilleMOST .
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Monthly Tef Control Servic ; Mrs. In 1771. The Florida -arl.l.a
THOMAS AO'JirSFather \ Paul Downing
HOLY REDEEMER Melrose Council for the Blind, year ..It"....
FOR AN HONEST DEAL e. CALL O'NEAL862m2128 William J. Holmes, Induction of new officers of Committee en Cooperating (11 Lakeland West Beacon Rd. state agency, hopes )o. and 'M M.h1U11 eis..1.. 1 w.

pastor of St. Thomas Aquinas ..... .....
will safe
the parish Holy Name Society yaur family enjoy a I 1..aORVIILE'S
parish, recently im.allnd officers with Confraternity .r(.1Christian
of his parish!) Woman's took place recently after the Doctrine Youth and Varatlo Camps Independence Pay, Stay. within
Florida law and anther!
Club: Mn. Walter P'x. president 9 30 Mass on Holy Name Sunday Mrs W. E. Humphrey Mrs. Harry Grimm buy .r sell flrewtrks. G. to
GULF SERVICE
22.1 Lockhe St. Moo Edgewater Dr.
MT John
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FOR COMPLETE EXTERMINATIONO'NEAlTirmlUiPutContriMnc. \ .
a public display Initrad. 10)0 W. lay Drive
Sire! pl'ealdl'nt: Mrs.P Joseph DunedmMissiological Orlando ,,__
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The members of the Most Oars
Kessler, secretary and Miss
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Holy Women'i I M
Agnes: Harbor treasurer. Guild hi Id: an Installation din. 24 rW Had.. :* Centrefed
221 MIMIUD AViNUI. SOUTH After dinner and the Installation
social hour held.F.ntl'rtalnmt'nt ner recently at Pat andMlke'l LOtX.: \IN, Reixiumo<< ( )- Wr ck.f Service
a was
Restaurant G u e 11 The 35th Louvaln Misslolofl-! General Avt I

HOLY LAND WME-Jir.sal.m-Wr. McKinney Music was Companyof providedby sl'rJ.t'r81! Father! :Mi-had l lV cal "f'f'k111 be held here Truck >)*tairif; ; |

Natereth Paleitme Winter Park and the women Gannon of St. Augustine August 23 to 27
$1096. Fatima -Zurich -Spain .
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Father John F. Lima MM. "M congratulated by REPAIR

Ad Altare Del parishioners of Incarnation church Sarajot The t.l...t !t. fUrvtr

.' .,, 14 HOURS *DAT Among thoM greeting Father Lima at a I'f'eepotion Qull' A Wwtnia.kJ.

Everyone tdfl enjoy this WHIM State tt flM C* Father Timothy J. Allman presented the Ad were Mn. Nick Ch 1eo, left and Mrs. JohnB. 1890 DREW ST.

Family- Altare Dei awards to Timothy Shea, left, and An. Petnlll, president of the Art Maria Guild. ri..* mm

drew Coyne of Boy Scout Troop 3 7. Tin boys

are member of St. Jude pariah, St Petersburg
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A' Different specials; every day / ,... ........ '.1. YI._'.. Nuncio sees wall 300th anniversary of Catho :'.

Fine food at modest prices .. to... .'_"_ Li.._ BERLIN (NC-Archbiihop Deity In UM Mariana Islands 2862 Gt.If......, IW. ch.rwaler ,.knee. tU.U6I
far ever 21 yttr, St. Ptttrtburg bone Corrado Batik, the apostolic will be commemorated Julv

444$ 9th Street, North "'...1 ... P.......... luau/ nuncio In Gemany, criticized 11 with rvtcs \la the Duke
West Berlin government authorities Nombre de Maria cathedral SARASOTA.BRADENTONefje

for obstructing the her*.
L. J. l.. b6 dPr.ddrot training of religion teachers, Bishop Vincent\ t. Kenneally -

and for ruling out government S J.. vicar apostolic of the
LiGiirnousE supported denominational Caroline and Marshall Islands (
:
ffiifsfrr far
a / / 111 schools. will offer a Solemn

t r The nuncio spoke at the Pontifical Mats and anilury
RESTAURANT In ton<'llulOtI of a usit to this Bishop Merlin J Guitfc>l I. U SARASOTA'S' ORIGINAL RAW lAP

I Iy c'ty in .htch he crossed our Sin Francitco .iU preaih the I t.4J. s.ef Sl ckeey Peb.t R..4 .e 5.d. T,.1 (U.L 411)
.,.,4. sate the communist ruled nnoo. Bishop Apolltaaru
TfrM Park S*. N*. "Yw'1 .
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Sr. Pete o6 P'"._., ." 15511e5s. eastern sector to hut Arch' W Baumfartaer 0 F \(. Cap '''
w ge ..a'. 411 5 15,1 ..... 9. A bishop Alfred B ngKh, Buo' >i-ar apoituuc.: of Guam, ,..11 INFORMAL INEXHNSfVI/
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urges campaign to teach Three The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 2, 1965


Sharing our treasure

truths of authority freedom


TOLEDO, Ohio NC) Biahop George J. Rehnng, "Ife don't teach them Real Presence appeals,

I has aid there is need now for an educational campaign how will they ever learn ObvIously

to get acnws truths concerning: authority and freedom. we will teach effectively enlightens truth seeker

ir Should be undertaken by only if our own attitudeto
I be kept and it must be used all authority whether
properly equipped laymen a*
well a< Priests and Religious Its purpose is to make it pos higher or lower, is respectful ONE of the most merltori- p ..

the Bishop of Toledo laid as nble for man to discharge docile correct and altogether actions a Catholic

he discussed a phenomenon' the work he is placed upon proper," Bishop Retiring I can ever perform is to help In .1'\
earth to de However, the in said a
of criticism whole. propor leading a person Into the Father *
tions arouse wonderment, perplexity dividual'a freedom in practical "On every I..t'In\ everysphere tJraF Church.
affairs of everyday life of life, 'ea/'p John A.
and dIsmay. authority concerns krs
must be d rMed by the freedom the weal and the woe of 41 Christ cams to save the '
The Bishop mid truths that that has beets bestowed 0'81'11'1 a
everyone and therefore criticism souls of all men He shed His
must be highlighted\ In on all other human beings t i
<< a of its exercise. Is not blood on Calvary's Cross for
:
formal and Informal educational without its effect for r
Freedom Is never an I bs.. good or their salvation. He established ,

campaign are: lute It Is rrMrklcd bv dod; bad for all of us," he con 6' a Church and authorized

1 All authority must be regarded Himself through the reasonable tinned w f, It to teach all nations went to Notre Dame University
ai truly deriving from ordinance to which He ie ii
Bishop Rehring spoke of a and promised to be with that I continued to attend
Almighty God-all authority, makes every man mbjcttObedirme criticism that i Mass, while attending the
therefore must be to lawful authority spares ne 1 Church always and safeguardit
duly reverenred -
authority, to be found la University of South Dakota
It ii bestowed by God and its just| laws does not demean books and periodicals, popular : from teaching error Before our wedding I took
came it I.I for the man. jJjr 11 the
necessary magazines and papers Since Catholic laity constitute customary six premarital
execution of His eternal designs L
instructions from Father
3 Since authority and freedom
It is given to be used: "Much of the criticism ef more thaa W per cent of Hugh K \\olf In Vermillion.
both God
its nonuse m those situations. are given the Church in the beginning, + the (Church their help Is They further deepened my Interest .
they must realize that theircomtence .
*
which call for its use can and limitations I !believe, may have been r wiJoint desperately\ needed la spreading After our wedding we
cause Him only | prompted by the stated the Faith.
displeasureand are also defined by God It is purposes moved to South Bend n Tom
offense Authority therefore of the Vatican council was still attending Notre
m this area that contention "The missionary spirit
must be held for the renewal and reformof
sacred Dam..
arises because of disagreements said Pope Plus XII, "Is not a
Freedom. likewise fs a over their respective the Church It may have virtue expected of the chosen "I secured a thorough

I gift from God to man It must bounds where one ends and started out constructively" but few, This spirit and the course of Instruction from
later it deteriorated, he
the other begins and how Catholic spirit are one and Father Bernard H. Chrlstel

JACKSONVILLECLEARY far each one can go without said installation at St. Paul'sMonsignor same thing One is not C.S.C.. at Holy Cross Church
trespassing on the other Most likely, said Bishop genuinely interested In and
Rehring. the critics want to Patrick E. Nolan V.". Betty Barrette, president of the Altar devoted to the Church unless "1 studied the Confraternity

But It should be clear Is reduce authority to a minimum recently installed officers of the St. and Roeary Society; Miss Irene ran. one Is Interested In and devoted of Christian Doctrine edition

CONSTRUCTION CO. evenone who thinks' straight and to secure for everyone Paul parish societies in Jacksonville Ion president of the Women's Guild$ to Its universality thatIs. of the Raltlmnre Cite

.-..... that In matters affecting the a maximum freedom of from the left, standing. Monsignor and Mrs T. F Hsrdin, president of to Its taking root andflourishing chlim,1 'Salvation Hillary
.I.Ml a l ll'"\ MIIUI_" common good authority mint thought, speech and action and the Commandments' and
lit AfttMMl __ Mink Nolan Mrs N. !!. Kincald. who ... the Parents Auxiliary. everywhere on
be given precedence and freedom Are their diatribes he said earth This means that to 'A Modern Catechism!
124145RELIGIOUS must >leld I* It, doing harm to unthinking listed at the Installation; seated Klisa .
be a Catholic Is to he a missionary "1
was deeply impressed by
For urgent community restless ,people, particularly seeking to share the doctrine of the Real Presence

problems have to be youths, and to the millions your Faith with others which Is taught so
solved Enlarges staff ? Warns
who are easily flattered Into Stay on moon againstuso
One to do this Is to
BOOK issues have to be cleared up, way clearly by Christ

& GIFT SHOP pressing questions have to be believing(, and they to think the for selfcentered themselves MW: 10RK (NCNine) I\JO, : (C.-An. Enilll of f force to share your Catholic literature '"1 am the living bread

answered and the action to persons have !been added to Jesuit who works at the Vat. with others Pass on your said Jesus, 'that has comedown
.
*f "s Ite self sufficient self so-
ti trrts. ..s...,iiis be taken is then the preroga claimed! intellectuals. the overseas staff of Catholic lean observatory at Castel unify GermanyMIMtll Catholic newspapers. maga from heaven If anyone

areas ... I''LI. ., live and the responaiMlily of Relief Services- National Gandolfo, the papal summer : (C\C: -.Juliu. Cardinal sines, pamphlets and books est of this bread he shall live
raIfU"I:
fHIMT IHkklMtOlll oar IIIa.u. those hi authority. He said the problem could Catholic Welfare Conference, residence south of Home, Ioepfner of Munich has such as "The Catholic May of forever, and the bread that I

..lra .... a t attempt
X.ll ottftt >lll.4 of opinion can persist who must e\erel e authority strom executive director of moon In the next few >'ean bring about the reunification Cliffs, New Jersey) and life of the world.' When the

Phone 72I065Sfif.R and authority must do the It well as harm society and the agency has announced but he! won't stay there. of force would "Understanding the Catholic Jews argued! about this, Jesus
Germany by
utmost' to show its reanufiableness. mum ictu.ll. The new staff members _111und.rlo "Onie men have landed In Faith" (Ave Marla Press, reaffirmed Ills teaching:
be disasterous for the
entire
keeping guard a three-week orientation the moon" said Father Tat nation Notre Dame, Indiana). 'Amen amen, I say to you.

against prejudgments, undue It ran suture revolt ..rain.tIOVfrnmf'flt. course for training in rick Treanor. "nations will unless you eat the flesh of theSon
Another
I DAB OOD'SJsrccn make law Cardinal Doepfner spoke In way h to explain
haste envforcement supervising fond, clothing and quickly lone Interest In keepIng -
pettiness personal con the crowded Munich rathe, )onr Faith I* a win Catholic of Man and drink Ills
sideratums and arbitrariness difficult and has. medicine distribution to the them there. It Isn't, their
friend blood, you shall not have life
dral f June 17)) on the feast of bring him I. SundayMats
ardous he added
Authority mutt be beyond needy They will\ also learn natural habitat Living there St Renno the patron saint of and encourage him t. In you. He who eats my flesh
that it Is 'And It I II just as obviousthat how to Initiate and would be difficult
suspicion 1 acting< in Implement so the city. lake a complete course ef Instruction. and drinks my blood has
any capacity escept as an Instrument the Chore is rendered socloeconomic development "V<. have Invented so many life, everlasting and I will

to carry out the. designs very Ineffective when the self help programs and "fond wonderful machines It wouldbe II* said the reunification!! of raise him up on the last day'

A.M9JU. eseslao of the Creator hi genera hierarchy and those associ for work1 projects most sensible to put them Herman depended epos the The fruitfulness ef this John 6, B2M).

STEAKS ). If not in particular he seed with it are not respectedand CM currently has a staff up there. and leave them to nnhakahle, patient ronvks! method Is Illustrated In the

e.., ef a..... s1 "..... det..taredRlkhnp. given due obedience," of 150 Americans In 73 countries do the work This I am sure, lion of the fiermaa people In conversion of Mrs. Barbara ".\11 my questions wereanswered
'L 1111 Bishop Rehring said. the nations will do" this matter, Cardinal IVnepf Clhak of South fiend "I became and my difficultiessolved
Rehring salt M* opportunity err said, s "policy ef fern Interested In the Catholic .
should he loM I* t .'+ p gwnt.aak'i would he the worst possible religion" she related,
"With heart
I
a joyful was
leach the solid truth shoutBthnrHy mistake
8' r.rNQ CARer and the excellenceef through meeting Thomas received Into the Mystical
the virtuous Th. Cardinal called for a"proportionate Clhak After we began to Body of Christ With T,'mkneeling

-W h pesrlk..1 fobedience. equitable unl date, Tom told me many at my side, I ro

son" with the neighboring things about the Catholic religion reived our Eucharistic Lr d,

A.1 -1 rrPr. t countries of Europe. and brought me to Sunday Never can I sufficiently' thank

.. ..' .H"Ar iK'urtnf.e .It' .. 111I10..., la. FAMILY -, "W. are not striving for a Mass This deepened my God for the precious grata
51 -.11 I hv 44.Jo
,.ph Mange. Mgr, (AI greater Germany Us are Interest and prompted m. to of Faith which was char: ,
353-7419 ( J PROTECTOR striving for the liberty and read a great deal of Catholic netted to me chiefly thro't!.,.h

__ literature.
eel! J.ck Wke.err. human rights of our brothersand Tom Father Wolf and Father
JJ4 W Fofttt. St. I n .11. sisters In the other part "Me were then living In ('hrlll.I," Mrs. Clhak ton-

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The Life of Our Lord God's world




Catholic Comment Christ's cousin grew, Routine tasks offer glory for allMOST I




A time, of retreats 'strengthened in spirit'IT of us lead rather encouragement and support

lives From Like a great river which it

the rapid and gratifying examine our consciences, summer offers childhood on, through high formed by the confluence of
DESPITE would bt good to reread
all chance to study past mistakes ichool and perhaps through rather many tributary streams a"great"
of the lay retreat move. us a
most carefully verses 5-25 man is the fortunate
!
have followed! a
not sinful but merely college, we
which
meat in the Diocese of St. Augustine, were 39.45, and 5740 of Luke's first pretty conventional path We Leo J. focus of the contributions of
wasteful' of the precious time and
the grand total constitute a rather chapter All I shall attempt have settled into a job or a many people, He has added
need to earn' a high place in TrtleGod'i
we his bit to the
energy own total
unquestionably
in this without
email of Catholic people. column is to draw attention profession sometimes
minority our
heaven Various executive boards in Frank J Ht has used his
to some of the things too much choice in the
Some of us cannot afford the expense, many parish organizations use summer to be found in those vtrses. matter. assets well. But he has not

email as it i ia, but many more of us to plan the activities of the corning SheedWe i arrived at his objective alone
Gabriel
tells
Zachary that We have married, bought a
cannot, we feel, afford the time the hint might and unaided.
away season. Taking we John will go before the Lord home, founded a family and /

from our families and woik-a-day all hold a "board meeting" with ourselves "in the spirit and power of are tied to a routine in which God's plan for the universe

duties. Well may we be slightly envious and plan how we may betteruse Elias:" and Elias was the every day is quite like every eyee Is not to be undoubtedly calls periodically

) of those who can take advantageof our time and talents in the serviceof greatest of all the prophets, other day. We art neither measured by spectacular for men and women of

this wonderful opportunity for our own souls. one of the two men In the Old may well think that rich nor famous. Nothing achievements. but preciselyby bejond-average talent and accomplishment.

spiritual, mental and physical recreation Some of us to our shame, take no Testament who did not dIe this vas the moment at very thrilling ever happens of the the duties day to-day which fulfillment wt! sometimes .

and must one day return to which sanctifying grace was to us.
part in parish organizations. Assuming find so deadly dull. This is true even the
this world to die -for death Infused into John's soul: certainly on natural

Although we cannot all make closed' we have the time and talent for is upon all the sons of Adam. St. Luke tells us that Life li just a continuing It is a fruitless undertakingto level and aside from

retreats, none of us is so poor in time such work, well might we decide to at this moment his motherwas round of work, bill-pa)Ing, attempt to evaluate the the heroism of the saints

resources that he cannot set aside plunge into these'! activities next fall. Gabriel continues "that filled with the Holy minor crises and modl'ratepieasurt'l. comparative value of human When such men and womenare

some part of the quiet summer months Others of us belong to more organizations he! may turn the hearts of"the Ghost accomplishments. It does needed. God can be depended

fathers unto the children seem obvious, however that to see that
for a private retreat of his own, however than any one person could possibly ] upon they
Observe' how the whole! We read about other people some of the achievementswhich are produced.
informal. In God's wisdom evidenced give effective support. Such These words are to be foundIn
,
chapter Is dominated: by the whose names make the ne'l.people rate high in news value However, when it comes to

in nature's laws, the seasons "joiners" might use the summer to the last chapter of Mae Third Person tf the Blessed who are doing important may be scaled pretty low by the assignment of merit, God

of the all to help us their schedules for the lachy, \l'hol'U the last of things, and we feel
year cooperate| rearrange the of Trinity. God'i standards The first has only one rule: the ultimate -
prophets the Old Law.
In the struggles of salvation, if we but greatest effective use of whatever vaguely dissatisfied. Our own men to land on the moon glory goes to him who
After him there was to be no Gabriel tells Zachary that
take advantage of the various featuresof talents they have for parish work. other life seems drab and Insignificant will have demonstrated a high does the best he can with
prophet till John the the Holy Ghost will be in
All of would do well the by comparison. We can of and of such abilities and .
each. Summer is surely the proper us during Baptist himself, a silence of John even In the womb he degree courage opportunities
in future
time for a little relaxation, a little warm summer days to reexamine our over four hundred years. tells Our Lady that the Holy see nothing our except physical stamina, but they as he possesses, however
more of what wt have in
retrospection, a little planning. In this motives In all activities, squaring them But the greatest thing Gabriel Ghost will overshadow her. our present We wonder will not necessarily have humble that "best" may be
added much to the sum total By the usual standards
respect it might be styled the season with the three basic essentials-love said of the child to be \\e find Elizabeth filled with whether we! have somehow of human happiness of

for flpiritualstratrgy. of God, the desire to save our souls born was "ht shall be filled Him, and a little later Zachary missed the boat, money power, romance
Moreover Is
there no man fame and success, ours
In addition to our duty regularly to and love of our fellow parishioners. with the Holy Ghost, even too, when he utters the I'erhaps wt were meant for (for woman) who can with be a very undistinguished may
from his mother'10mb.." canticle of the Benedictus at
greater things than this rut honesty preen himself upon life
his son's circumcision.
The Church celebrates of mediocrity in which we the success of his endeavors.

Washington letterr.lJVatican only three birthdays.Of From John's circumcisionuntil seem to be Imprisoned. It Is Whether he be the Presidentof Vet. It God and tt the

I the day he began hs all very discouraging. Thereare the United States or the final realisation of His plan

her great saints slit celebrates great mission in preparationfor very few of us who wholly world's greatest artist, he Gun may be a very Important

support sets focus on U.N. the death.day, not the Christ's greater mission, escape such jaundiced mo- can never say, "I did it all role

birthday, for they were born there Is a gap of thirty years, men t. of self-depredation.. by myself" Wt cannot I

111: fact that the Holy some disarray and the atmosphere in the affairs of other nations, with natural lift only In their and only two phrases to leU They may not occur often, know the eventual measure effect or even of

See sent an official 1'1'110re.entation ) is explosive. In an and Ked propagandists have soul and must wait for baptism us anything about them. but wt do encounter periods Too many other people our Influence fellows

to its 20th anniversary average year, there are between been saying the pretence' of to receive' the supernatural The first: "The child grew when we feel disheartened at hale had a part In his making. But we upon do know our that

observance (June 26)) 30 and 40 changes' of the United States in South \life which makes and was strengthened In what appears to be the pointlessness our day to-day relationship

and the possibility that Pope government in countries of Vietnam and In the Dominican them sons of God. spirit"-probably spirit here of our life hit parents have transmitted with family, friends, coworkers .

the world. Republic are examples of Of birthdays wt celebrate Is the Holy Spirit the whole
J'aul1 may visit its head II Is then that we nerd to to him his brains and his and even casual acquaintances
this haveheightened this. that of Christ Our Lord, who phrase Is it once like, and not
quarters summer talents and have formed! his
,
world can constitute
Diplomats see a organization remind ourselves of our essential a vocation
world interest in was the Second Person of the quite like, what is said of
character and
Implanted of a high order.
promoting peace Importance In God's very
At the same time coin- Lord In 40 of Luke'ssecond
Our
Blessed verse
the United 'alums, now entering based on law and order as munlht leaders Trinity, and, apart scheme of things. Each: of us ideals Selfless and dedicated The simple \kindness and
are declaringmore from him. those of chapter The second:
only Mary
its third decade orexl&tl'nce
teachers have cultivated' his
than It considerateness
more necessary ever. Is a key figure In dud's which wt
and more openly their and of John the Baptist. For And he was In the deserts / plan;
has been said on l behalf of the otherwise lie would nut have mind and have imparted how towards others may. in
determination to Iuppart"sari they emerged' Into the light of until the day of his manifestation -
United States that "the worldis created us. knowledge Numberless the end be of greater consecfuenct -
There are more Individual of liberation" wherever our world with God's grace already to Israel friends and
too volatile to permit the acquaintances for humanity than
nation In the world some' they occur in their soul. Mary had Zachary and Elizabeth: And
spread of militant violence our importance, laANYONE along the way have bestowed! the conquest of space
HO-llun there were 20 years received' it at the moment of were both old when' John was
and the of clandestine
success -
Soviet Russia Insists that
ago( and the U.N. has Its largest her conception John at some born. The general view of

membership ever aggression any revision of the U.N. char. point In the nine months of commentators Is that they
Much Is being said In condemnation Sacred I
gestation, for so the Angel died when John was very Scripture
But the world Is still In of "inll'rvenlion"1M. VATICAN1, page the ,
had promised. young and that It was as a

-- child that he chose the desert,
Six months after Gabriel
in preference to the Priest Humility brings
Father Michael V. Gannon hid announced John's conception genuine peaceMKPNESDV.
hood: for to this as his fa

Minion of Nombrt Dt Diosclupteas he announced a ther's son, he was entitled. r

greater conception It MaryIn who Is at all i
have tt !Him
:\..urrth.And The whole Jewish Priesthood Independent or
r had been with the teaching exaggerate
a mighty our Independent e

r cJRt J in Mary hastened off at thing, but a foreshadowingonly. of Jesus It aware of the with regard to our fellowmen

once to visit her cousin, four great value \lit placed on the Father to that extent wt detour


I : r l 0 J I Ica1 CAtholic history J of days Judean.away When in the she hill-country entered :Now that the Reality itforeshadowed virtue of humility John J. 1+Ev Membership divine sonship In His, and famihWt our

Zachary's house and Elizabeth was itself !I. Ills whole life was a compelling become! proud and smut;,
('lilt lot
heard her voice calling the world John had a duty dramatliatlo of this but deep down wt art 1 lonely

Chapter 91! land wrote a puzzled letter' Not long afterwards, Bishop mightier still.
a greeting, the six month infant attractive virtue', asd M. and afraid for once wt art
to Bishop Hosati: Pother would be writing leapt in her womb for all alone hIt'
on August In so small a country at Paul on our pitiful 'e
EVENTUALLY "The departure of Pr. r>u England: ;o ask him to "lookafter" J summed up the nrthlyurnI' pinnacle, 111'.11" how terribly
Judea think it
wt might surprising
Propaganda
burg (Ito Kuiope; ) has plated Florida once more yAs of the Saviour la these
and humble heart"i51t small and
crested Florida and Alabama we have seen, the Greek' that there should be a gentle 1.11 helpless wt
me In some difficulty at to It Is the! plate now to return lermst
into vicariateapostolic, word that Luke uses for the desert, a place of total solitude 11, 29)Ilumllity realm art
the exercise of jurisdiction to St Augustine', and to the
with Father Michael Portier179rllJ5Dt hild's leaping Is the same as where a man might '"Though he was by nature In humility w e find that dependence
\He thes is
requested' of me to act an first measures taken by thatlarlbh' t prime
< ) of New Oilenm was used for David, a thousand really \live hidden. But to the which bnn
anI'.isliop. (
his Vicar-General In spIritual. ) Churchaulens.. God, he did not consider his factor In the Ideal of ChrlsIlin -
Like Itosall! before years before, dancing south of Jerusalem, one finds ttrtttftth and confidence awl
ibus for Fast; Florida 1 The legislative; Council! of equality with God a conditionto perfection.It .
him. the thirty year old before the Ark of the Lord (12 two such areas of rock and security and warmth and
am at a loss to know whether the Teintoiy of Florida, like be clung to, out emptied Is Ole direct oppoMtt of
further attempted to decline Kings 6, 1416)), But Our Lady chasm, ont running westward "bPfo tIl\K."
you have succeeded to the the Department of State In himself by taking the natureof the tin of sins pride And yet
the mitre but without leally was the Ark of the the other' eastward
success See of New Orleans, and Washington, was pleased' to Lord a slave, fashioned as he It would surely not be unfair Happy the ma who hiss
as the sacred' wooden towards the Dead Sea, whereto
whether' I have lost delegated have itself divested of title to to that otherwise learned
my box before which David this day a man could live was to the likeness of men lay many to be truly humble

At the time of Ills consecration jurisdiction over Fast the Church at St. Augustine, danced could never be: forit In almost total solicitude. and recognized by outward good Christians are rather for In humility ht (has found

un November S, 186! he Florida I want six or since it was contrary to the! contained only the written Here, probably John the appearanr as man lit wary, perhaps even afraid. of genuine peace.

could count only two clergymen seven Priests for my own diocese tenets of the Kepulilic that the humbled himself and became this virtue It eemt almost
cord of God. but she the Incarnate Baptist made his long novi{I-
besides himself In the and must naturally civil authority should either' Word. obedient to death yes, to a slight on their" human di
new vicariate, and only three' give a preference thereto, hinder or act as patron of a tlatt. death on a irons This Is why ty. their bard won lnd ptnd- his own the words of poalriI30

congregation/ with churches, and If Florida Is neglected, religious body.AcTordingl God exalted him and 11\ p epee, It it not I: and! with the peabnut

at St. Augustine, Pcnsucola, the people will, as many have him the name above all No one was ever M ub- ran urn his fritowi to seen >idOictaUy

and Mobile, .\I8bllllla.I done, fall "Into other' hands !the), action the (of'ouncilapproved the Question boxGod's names ." iPtulippiant 2, timely dwfted or mere courtfewaly for this pearl of

than ours l 9i Independent than great price
I lit entered on his new duties Catholic In forming i
with much energy, but lIosall congregation And he urged his readers the Incarnate ten of OoJ But 0 Lord my heart Is not
,
wrote to advise F.ncI.ml : Ihcnuelves, Into (hurrh
without apparently, having ) of the chimgcs (that hadtaken Wardens, mid Incorporatedthe love lost when at the begumtftK of this pee'sage' lie saw alas truly "humble, the "+" n
ton of a humble mother who MT ku 'M
notified Bishop England of place, and of Bishop congregation by an Act Bt of the same mind my eyes :>

his accession, since on December Porller's assumption of rev dated July 2, 183. as Christ JH...." t2. 31>, sans" ; eiuhantly 1 bury aft myself with

29 of that ) Eng: mortals offend sin My soul extols the Lord: Mat 9kmp,
car !: fcponslblliij for Florida by In so dtttftg. ht was merely
The terms of Incorporation echoing Jesus' own words aid my spirit leaf for )joy m Mr with ttt-t i tea sublime

stipulated that six wardens God my Saviour How letterowilj ( fir .
J. Murray Q. Pulpiteers stress' that life of St. (hrUtopher! It's "I.tltlor me, that I am he tooted his lew me
should) bt elected' upon
annually this or that "offends God.; not tinted I. the saints' bad ly maid' Ht routs t Nay setae, I but stilled
by the congregation to act ai ithaujrrty
.Mv, queillon: How can as Infinite and qweted
Strange but directors of the corporation, Being be efiended The A. Practically nothing Is Mass guide he and preud tf heart: my seal Ht a seated.
true puts dews from.
which itself was vested with word offense bears human known about St, Christopher proves eftsM.Ue .
their UmMiet. and cults
legal personality as owner of lit Is !listed In the
as a
Copyright; 1965, NCWC Ntwi Sorvtct the church's goods connotations, such as jealousy ). somt early martyrologies martyr SUND4V:: July 4 ..I," /lU I. 44. SJtMmsiiMr > t weaned child cm ,it-
envetc.. It tome 4th '" .I".t S
; seems Sunday after Pentecott Meredith 'ar
:Xl'l'ptDr the! churchbuilding and I believe his feast one "r ,
Is
July .
,
that If God; at I ef ,
r ran "be 'of (Mass of Sunday Gloria, the ehtef characters ta Tht "
4 and the
cemetery, 23 lie has been
.,...' the fended" He tales en human a popular Creed, Preface of Trwity i Devil's A4vecate." rejoxeius l-1: tw.d re tr
N 11 III. /IAM Il\A corporation came into
actual saint In of the
.. ..... many parts
attributes
I and. therefore
,"+, ,.N.,,,, ''" ...'.. possession of little moit Church In the count of centuries MONDAY.: July 5 his dMcawerjr of what ht
could "
lilt"be
IINIYN,11'INUNM PrI'r.'Irr::' M,111N,11A1 \\, than a long list of disputed infinite and many legends'! base St. Anthony Mary Zactariai calls""the drgssy U dependence

................NNr.N'...r/" 1MINN1 claims on realty once associated A Your problem Is one of frown up about him. They i Mass of least Gtona,
.\ I/JIAM I/1e 1, with the church The Common Prefect ) Ttit *.M* .f dept i.enre" .
w rroXrR Al II semantics We must list human art not reliable
: If.Rler aJ. .,r't-AI.Yr ?a aAr/W only other property to ahahthey terms in speaking of What a *.._( parad-: -
Q. happened to th.n.aUol TVESD\Y. Joy ( but ta
oao held rtatty a
clear profound!
Out tllllI as a God: wt hale no divine language
|na'l! Me and all Mass of preview Sunday
MuVY/Nr T house t.....
UIN lot
/ aUl TlrNe\CX ,, ,.,%, an on Hospital, ; Our sins do nut actually the farmers aced tt It It.Mans Common Preface, I
/Il i1 r w\Ill Street that had ""rn willed to
9 Gt"M.rr1e.u.X \1JU /11 111J. NI N touch God or hurt Him In os *ne tr mere tf Iht Our Ctirittlaa flrnlty stems

luau NIIIIIN111/rNA\II Nn rI NIMYNA VI the parish by ont of its for.mer any way He Is not made fttialon Days Now they art : July T precisely<< from the fart thatse r."..... ...., .....,

IS Paso's tali GiswO DsfiTRtrr /11 N, A MNh pastors Father Michael angry or sad; such reactions sol eves mentioned.. they SU.( Cyril and Metandm are .... ef God lad ... rlO.IDI i 1'.U rll'/.Iw
NA 01t'llIv.! I Mass ef a cefea ar Biate- ..
,
NTR, 11..11//1N whirl Nll would be impossible In an dropped or forgotten thaw tool, dependent: ttirrl "' i.)
/ TANIY eA1/uw On Utuber Glen I ... ..,.
/lrIwNINNWM / 12. blJIIn Infinite, op. Common Pref- '-c.I .
l.n AG wr.r.urn f need of cash, the wardens Perh'ct, immutable A They are right there act 1Ttl'RSDoV oVprndent spec Him, and! U"-'- |>.,w. ItMt

h r1 I ,Y 't Y/N II.IINW /rY MI1 being, where they always were: on I I. vanlif degrees, upon Mrbrrthrn .
Y1' iomnm msJ '"
r K
? IIN a parishioner What sin does Is dutuib April 3 'tht feast of St. July I IM. I ., ,._ .,

Ill f, Ir NA n111T 7\IrX TIrN1 Carlos HobHMi to auction theprolwrty our relationship with God ply Maiki I I and on Monday, Tues.day SI RlUabrth < Mat el a .,. I .. .
IAI AI.N/I+' r (fur not lens than To the extent that be '. .
/MrfMO{ M.N r11 IV Ufla 'r al l111111If sin wt Interrupt-or lo.tour and Wednesday befortAscension. holy woman not a martyr, cc ,- .. ... _. .
I. oXI In''+ .rale ilrlrl/ / two-thirds of its appraised! love of Gloria ...... .
ui iu God: by mortal sin Cemtnea Preface I ''''' '
r valut ., ... ,,,,, N r. ,
4JOpeiMMi On October ,,..... 'a .M.L nawe a.r x r
I .
eliminate
airr .UI 16. KOOKHI reivrted that ht wt from our soul ) What happens U the Mcltm. Jay t s'.i c-.. ....-.
4 A u allry the tan*:drying effevts' of III. rontrrrated Mutt after H Is Man ft f r e/r.lnn. .....a .. -.4
had made the sale, at 371 previous Sunday Why Amon ? ''.'. .
\ul., n\n+ alit pesos, to one' Rafael! Fontane. love fir us Our relationship.! used 'for Benrdfrtlen! C"omlMt'Prff,..* t ., u-?,. 11 Melt in. all fit llakl

1111N V1, II hilt r NA'I with Him then is comparableto A It is Kept in the tabernacle \
y who pitkrntcd onttalf the that which wt might base until a Priest celebrating 5.nno.J.Jy- 10 T*. Mmen.* new said

price In cash and promised with e human person whomwt Mass, consumes it after! Seven Holy Brothers and, ales receiving Hel, Ctnv
itrfu
w 1N'la to pay the rent In two mMall- had his. Sts Rkrftna and Secwria.I 1..... y r. .-
a.-tualty offended regular Communion
Mini*. It a pfWettfee .( ... ..
masts of awetv and IH Jjvsiht Mats of feast Gteria. ... M.lla
\Wt U I. chat! hail .! r.Milfttr
nwt ant l -
Church e( M AuifiKtintDOM target thud Ctmawa ****(.*t i iSlftDW faith la the If"' f''' .rW. .1' w/M ... CJNr.r.
CvJ 0,. Sun diJ iiU ..,I. da yes IH MI h&l,! .
>
lly
had 1H pesos M I" runt lbe es. ..... af saylag it Jaeos -.Wr4uw
r Three days later word let IA His hurc.a 11.1..,. Itcaimt llwt< U bile a 11,8' J.ly 11 back &.'N...... .......
swot? CMSrMIY Ur Re OrY Daa came t. ProhaMy bottle It best SIll SliM U Ut earnest crsurws
!iiit, of Mir sinicj. t after P.nte.'ust -r "a_,..
t ItI i. to h.nia I'r.t If V ""! t""e, a t.H kit. t'.. \U>. ..I! S. n,I I", ,. .. ('1rotlasHr,

a) 1\1':1:! Mould yea evplam the lure It Is a small one C'red,1'reiae' t>, I ,/1't i "....." ."""........ ." I'nd.> July 7. 1V..s!



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mark second year of reign restored cathedral


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By James C. O'Neill The Indian trip was a mlli session of the council wu BESESC' : ) A

NCWC News Service stone In the history! of the marred by failure to bring new cathedral rising on the

VATICAN CITY Anxiety for the precarious state papacy. the finished document on rligtous t 4, bombed ruins of an old one

rfof world peace beat like a dimly throbbing drum through. For the first time In history l liberty to the floor for was dedicated with a simple
;
out the second year of Pope Paul1'. reign. a Pope traveled halfway preliminary approval. The blessing, restoring the center
; Pope acknowledged the claimof of worship this has
Elected on June 21, 1963, his reign Is dated as June around the world to a major city
a of council Father lacked for 23
group years
30 since that was the day of his coronation. In the two non-Christian nation to take who maintained the document .

years since Pope Paul succeeded Pope John XXIII to part in a eucharistic corgress. was a substantially new One of the oldest and mntt

the awesome and lonesome office of Vicar Christ on This trip and the one and that th.reII'" Dot generated of Italy's anoint
earlier one to the Holy[ Land structures, the former eat'ip-:
earth, the 67-year-old Giovanni Battista Montini has made < enough time to study the text t
set a precedent for Pope Paul dral of the Assumption and
himself a champion of nations before the council closed. f
peace among and among .
and and future Popes to journey; St. Fotlnj dated from 'e

men organizations. earnestly with" many world anywhere on earth.Visiting However, he assured the seventh century, serving a

Constantly in the past year leaders and their representatives Fathers that It would be the diocese which Itself arose loUt

the Pope has spoken and such as British Prime U.S.? first matter on the agenda of of the beginnings' : of Christianity .
the fourth and final session.In |In the Mediterranean
Minister Harold Wilson and
written on the subject of In fact forecasts of the<

peace He has consistently Henry Cabot Lodge former papal journeys have far out. a dramatic gesture of Enlarged: to the ninth century

warned the world' leaders of United States ambassador In stripped actual voyages During the unity of the Church. Pop rebuilt during the le.

Met Nam. the past year it has been Paul startled the world by ond half of the 12th, restoredIn
the consequences of a new reported that the Pope was expanding the college of Cat the 17th, the structure wan

outbreak of war. But if he has Peace goal to visit the Dominican Republic dinals to an unprecedented 4r almost completely destroyedby

sounded warnings, they have the Philippines, Great number of 103 members aerial bombardment In

been only half heard soughtTo Britain, the United States and Among the 27 new Cardui 1943 Only the facade, bell

For as he himself noted on Congolese leaden he Poland. all named by him on January tower and broken fragment
the feast of Corpus Christ! Even as his second year II 35 were three Eastern rite of pillars remained
appealed directly: Pope closed, the Pope still from be- Candidates for Priesthood in RomeAt
June 17)) : "Congo U I ten to our patriarchs Bishops The new structure was designed
was reported to be considering hind the Iron Curtain and by Italian architect
"11'e are saddened by the voice, he cried basilica out during a the possibilities of gang simple parish Priests and the North American College the American student sample the Paolo Rossi d, Paoll who retained -
the St.
us'frum sermon at of
news which comes to Paula. Outside the Walls onFebruary to the United' States specifkally scholars atop Rome's Janiculum Hill, above, Eternal! City's spiritual and cultural In his plan the Romanesque
various
of the world
parts %, He offered Mass to the United Nation the seminarians haa a haven for studyIn wonders and bring home memories and Lombard lines
and by the of such
reports to make another appeal for Appoints the shadow dome of St. of the former church Incorporating
sorrowful happening." Then there for the victims, especially of the Peter'sBasilica. never to be forgotten when they Join
world and to Poland to
he went on to pinpoint them: missionaries, killed In celebrate' peace the 1000th anniversarv CardinalsAt During their stay in Rome, the diocesan Priests' ranks. Here left what Into the sculptures design of

Met Sam the (long and the the Congo and other war torn of in that .
Christianity -- -- --- the Blessed Sacrament cha
Dominican Republic. areas in the past jesrT country the same tune Pope pet

Paul indicated he expelled: to< Washington letterVatican
Noting that he had recehed the Bishops of the ('..- In other fields too. Pope Work II the enter frame
add further to the college'
Paul has worked for
news that a truce In the Dominican ge and ..rl't Nam Pope peace next and attested his! was completed yean age, but

: Republic has been Paul sent a prh ale letter ever the past yearFcumenlally need of year new Cardinals to help[ the slower, more difficult
confirmed he expressed the support sets focus U.N. work inside was finished Justin
urging then te work with all : the mesisignificant t in the lo'ernll.nd guiding on
hope that honorable and ('011.strlK'tlve step Is the naming) lime for the dedication
of the Church \\hethcr this
possible efforts for peace Il..MOI..01 trmm ..... Inn world (June 251)
know
negotiations might ef Catholic representatives to is to be the core of the "sen must ceitainlv fall frequently but we that our

,, resolve the problems of that His Christmas and Fatter work on a Joint rommUiloi ale" of bishops asked for by Set expressly. sanction such under the heading of "('In\. security Is bound up with theerurllT A more solemn ceremony

Island country If success Is message to the world repeat with the \\trld Council dlurches. Fathers during the council it warn ouflaged aggression" a de. of ether free sea of consecration will take

I achieved, It will be due partly ed Insistence on mankind ( still nut clear !but It doe.tl'pr..ut But "wars of liberation" vice which Adlui Stevenson unties:" place at a later dati
to the work of the POpe'laposlolic desire for and he madethe sa>s Is greatly hindering the
peace an enlarging of the He added ho Archbishop i Ballads Calabria
that tho"I
The of this "
aim pilot commission
nuncio In Santo Domingo.
'rule of law The U S.
ambassador
same theme the bulk of "senete" which In folicitatedby
ancient Pope 'world of Penevento blessed the
is to explore avemuesof say opinion" Is
Archbishop Emanuele to the It N. has said"camouflaged
the of his second
met frequentlv
message the centuries church
early and concelebrated
Clanzto. who has labored cooperation and study between againit what we are doing In
encyclical J. Stenos Maio with the Pope but aggreanun" the Atana.Pope .
Orthodox Vut Nam exclude 'the ma
the Catholic Church
with the Pope's
encouragement has become so sophisticated
Month( of 611)1 i I. shah he
which became matterof
to bring about agreement ( and the \V.CC. which could more s that "It Is Increasingly jority of nations which, In one
published on April :30. honor than of
between oryosing/ sides advance the march toward. the later conuequewedsrmg centuries Crock Patriarch difficult to diagnose and 1 define way or another have Indicated sends Idler
Christian unity Though it u their ,support' our
In the cause of peace Pope Asks food
Paul has talked long and only a first step, it is aWl an Goodwill gestures abound \.UICCITY (1St': ) "1"he refined let'hnkiie| of actions thereMetenson to Sacred Heart

not Important practical approach during the second )ear el The Utthodox Greek. I'atrl generating foreign revolutions I suggested that

arms to the problem ol Pope "Paul's occupancy ef' the arch Athenagaras of Constantinople and civil wars, and 1 the "an Inadequate public appreciation

4..1,1--.1 'i.w11a. His history making Journey Christian unity, taken at an ( hair of Peter. has sent best wishesto method of Infiltrating and of a new and vexing religious orders

to India at the end of I'M! provided official level. Pipe Paul \1 I on the oc-ca, subverting authentic revolutionary problem -- camouflaged aggresslon" VUIC\\ PITY (!NO)- In
.. ....... For instance he sent the
c.1: u second he ,
of the annivernary may responsiblefor
Paul ton almost
Pope with! a worM- movements a letter to religious orders ddicated &
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VA 4-U7J Hose to Portugal\ shrine ef "dedication to law, toconsensus
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the Alheaugoras :
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India. which
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had hired the Portuguese ea .
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L' millions of people of Constantinople soldiers during the bottle of Your "..,.rabl. Holiness the it Is "all too likely' be said, would seem that what appears May' U, but wen mule public

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t+Ir This Florida Catholic\ Friday July J, 19(55(

U.S. Bishops'commission issues

Liturgical conference told


Guidelines on Ecumenical Affairs

Council decrees
indicate
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Following; in a document entitled "Interim Guideline "Vet. worship in common

I for Prayer in Common and Communicatio in Sacris" issued icommunicatio in sacrisi is 1

_recently by the United States Bishops' Commission not to be considered as a : Pope, Bishops concur
be
to used
for Ecumenical Affairs. means indiscriminately
tht midst of then.
THE Decrra on Ecumen 201.) unity among Christians Council are not the work of the specialists theologiansand
of the Second Vatican In accordance with Section There are two main principlesupon
experts in Rome, but of the I'ope and the
Bishops
,
Council speaks! of changeof 8 of the Decree on Ecumen which the practice of
Father Frederick R. McManus has
said here.The .
heart, holiness of life and ism the participation of Catholics such common worship depends
prayer for unity as the "soul" with other Christians : first, that of the unityof Constitution of the Liturgy, he noted was

of the ecumenical movement in services which are not partof the Church which ought to worked on for four years, "debated thoroughly" and

iCh. U, au.) The Bishops' Com the official liturgies of any be expressed; and second LirVL submitted to about 100 distinct vote' until approved by

mission for Ecumenical. communion, if them services that of the sharing in meansof the council Fathers and the
fairs, while taking steps to art devoted to the cause of grace The expression of Pope. be met with sympathy, patience -

engage in dialogue and common Christian unity, ii highly de unity for the most part for. "We hlno desire to see and love

action with the representatives sirable. Such services could bids common worship. Grate in the "\'et It Is curious that this

of other churches, fittingly be called "Ecumeni to be obtained sometimes (opposing Church" he said.camps fear of the future, fear for the

realizes that the question of cal services" commends it. The concrete Church, should be often combined
prayer In common and corn Participation fit CatholicsIn course to be adopted, when At opening of Baltimore liturgical week "But if we must choose between of with an Insistence upon
due regard has been given to opposing points
municatio in sacris Is the such services whether they Ihe Church's divine, unchang.
view we must surely choose
most pressing of Its tasks all the circumstances of week in 'ing:, triumphant side," he told
are held for the lake of pro- time place and is Mass opening liturgical Liturgical Apostolate. Similar study the great vision of the council -
In presenting recommendations moling Christian unity In accordance left to the prudent persons decisionof Baltimore Civic Center June 21) was and demonstration sessions on the renewal and refreshmentand participants who totaled

for common worshipand with the decree .r, the local episcopal authority offered by Father Frederick R, Me- liturgy will be held in Portland Oregon reform-not only in the about Mtflo during the four-

prayer the Bishops' commission In Ihe spirit of the decree, for unless the Bishops' Con Manus, director of the secretariatefor from August 16-19 and in Chicago liturgy but In every facet ol day anseinhly.

recognizes that H Is some other purpose e.g., for ference according to Its ownstatutes the Bishopa Commission! on the from August 30-Septembcr 2. the Church's life" he said. In other remarks.' Father

the local Bishop who his the peace, In time of public need or the Holy See has Father McManus who :McManus warned that unless

authority to make dUpokilloni mourning, thanksiivlng, etc, determined otherwise." Decree spoke! (June 21)) at the Liturgical there is change, liturgical
in this matter remains under the guidanceof of Ecumenism: Chapter er communions be admitted present at these services. of the Constitution on the Week held here is preparations and understanding. -

Th Secretariat for the the local Bishop. n, 5. within the liturgical/: celebra Catholic Priests, remembering Church Chapter i III. 35-271, president of the national reform will be seen only

Promotion of Christian Unity The place chosen for tht tions. It is recommended, for the Church's view regarding and the Constitution on the Liturgies! Conference which ".. a new pattern of rigid

will In time present a directory conduct of these ecumenical (I IIParticipation) example that when the presiding the homily at Holy !Sacred Liturgy (Chapter 1, sponsors the annual event forms without explanation."

for the practice of ecumenism services should provide aworthy of Priest judges it appropriate Mass, may not accept invitations 22, 4H2l. and secretary of the United :Much progress has been

which will be applicable setting which is acceptable Christians of other the name and intentions to preach during the The unity of the ( hurth Is States Bishops' Commissionon made so far in renewal he
throughout the universal to all the participants of Christians of other Eucharistic: celebrations of "sacred and "the the Liturgical Apostolate said. The "broadest success"
s mystery"
Church In the absence of and which according to churches In the communions be included with other churches highest and W. hlngton. has been met In the use of the

such a directory and In the the prudent decision of the Liturgy of the in the Prayer of the Faithful.. Holy Orders: Catholics may .f f this mystery exemplar Is the source unity In his talk Father Mc.Man- language of the people at

absence of legislation enacted local Bishop is considered Holy Orders: In the conferral not take an active role in In the Trinity of Persons, tf us noted that the implementation Mass. There are 'ompal'"

by the episcopal conference suitable. Catholic Church of Holy Orders Christiansof the ordination ceremonies of tine "od. the Father and the of the liturgy reform, so tively few" who find the

of the t'mted States the With the approval of the Christians of other com other communions must other churches. Invitations' to SOft In the Holy Spirit. (Decree far as the vernacular Is concerned. (change "really difficult." he

Bishops' Commission for Ecumenical : local Bishop, Priests are/ to munions should be made welcome not be invited to take leading he present for these ceremonies on Ecumenism: ('h. I, Is a matter for national said.
Affairs offers the following be encouraged to take an ar- in attending Catholic roles. For reasons of friend. with the approval of 2)). hierarchies to decide Mentioning the structure or
recommendations for tine part in the conduct of liturgical celebiations. It I is ship or courtesy. however, the local Bishop may be ac- Ritual changes are accomplished outline of the Mass, he said

the interim to the Bishops of services, e. g., by reading recommended, however, that they may be invited to be rented for reasons of friend. In offering these recommendations by the decree of the that clarification of this "has

the United States Scripture: lessons, preaching great! care be taken In Issuing present.. ship or courtesy. the members of Pope, based on recommendation succeeded in thoM places,
homilies, offering prayers general! Invitations The ;.Matrimony Christians of Milrlmonyt Catholics under tht Bishops' Commission for I s of an international and apparently only In those

I. and giving( blessings.The sensibilities. of other eccleslal other churches may be admitted the guidance of the local foCum.mcalflalu: are guided panel he said. places, where Mass Is regularly

DiocesanEcumenical vesture to be worn at communities on proselytizingshould ( ss witnesses and attendants Bishop may be permitted to by this vision of unity asa "Some in the Church are celebrated with the
such services is also to be also be respected in at the celebration of serve as witnesses at marriages "mystery" and con.iquenlly fearful hesitant and timor Priest facing the people and

determined by the local Bish extending such invitations. It :Matrimony within the Catholic which are celebratedin share a conviction that Catholic ous about change, especially where without compromise

rip In some circumstances would be well to consult with Church. churches of other com participation in ecumenism liturgical change and ecumenical the simple pattern of sanctuary

CommissionsIn ordinary civil attire may be leaders of other churches In For the celebration of marriage munions.. must move beyond dialogue developments." he arrangement has been ac

guiding the course. of ecumenism the onlv appropriate form of formulating them. ItI\ also : between Catholics and programs of education said. "Their concern should cepted."
within their own dress for the participatingPriest. worthy of note that general Christians of other communIons Catholics should he mindful and cooperation In social matters
In other circumstances it is recommended that attendance at services .
Invitations may evoke Invitations highly to "spiritual ecumenism -
dioceses, especially for in presenting since It is In accordancewith of a similar, nature from that sacred rites be used In other churches Is nuts Pope asks for prayersin
guidelines prayerand .
Communicatio in ...crh.It Catholic usage even in other church bodies according to the CollectioHituum substitution for nor fulfillment The renewal of the Church,
is recommended that the conduct of nonliturgical Baptism and Confirmation: of 1M! and that the of, their obligation It and especially of the sacred
highly services the use of the cassock Priest be vested in participate' In the celebrationof
officiating
local Bishops establish diocesan From the nature of the officeof liturgy which Is the concernof 'critical hour'
ecumenical commission and surplice may be sponsor Christians of other cassock surplice and stole tints Mans on Sundays and the Second Vatican Council,

considered. Another form Clfdl'.ls communions may not be It Is not recommended that days of precept will, it Is hoped, prepare our
the members of these
Among commissions it would be desirable which Is neither liturgical invited. to act as sensors atBaptism clergymen of other communions IV. people for participation in V.t11C.tITS' (;NC) Pop I'lul1 asked thousand

to Include Priests nor merely civil namely and Confirmation.The be Invited to take an t h e ecumenical movementand of faithful gathered at his weekly general audience

Religious' and members. of the use of the ferrsiuola.. may s|>onsor does not art only active\ role in the ceremony Communicatioin for prayer In common to pray for him and for the Church.

t the laity who, by reason of also be desirable on certain a< a friend of the family, nor Funerals: It Is recommended Sacris and with other Christi a".. It Is Noting. that he i la celebrating the second anniversary

their expert knowledge can occasions only as one who promises to that when requested! by confidently expected that the of his election as Pontiff,
contribute to the work of the Th.'Ilu... of some kind of provide for the Christian education the( family of the deceased relations with annual observance of the the Pope aid : their' chaplains not "tht ei-

commissions, and who arealso "sacred" vesture Is not to of the person to be Priests be permitted to con Week of Prayer for Christian "We take! advantage of pert technician or-God for-
representative of the he underestimated in creating baptized. or confirmed, but duct funeral services and to the Eastern Vnity. together with other this m-cssKin to recommend: btd-the bureaucrat or agitator
''
local churches As the involv- the right atmosphere for also as a representative, of lead prayers. at wakes! for programs of prayers following ourself to and
prayer In common. In reaching the community of the Catholic those not of our Church. It i fe Orthodox the spirit of the renewed your prayers
ment of Catholics in dialogue! to recommend' the entire He told Ihe PrleMs that the
decisions concerning ec faithful. As a representative for the local Bishop to deter'mine liturgy will be extended and
in joint action, and in prayer Church Church so that In this hour working world has need tf
d..iutlc.1'Pllure on these of the community the what rites are to be intensified In our churches
with other Christians Increases which 'is critical for the destinies their presence
such commissions occasions it is highly: recommended sponsor, stands as guarantor used on these occasions In With regard to communica Our confidence in the efficacy of humanity in this

could be of inestimable value that there be consul of the Faith of the candidatehe such circumstances burial in too in sacra with the Eastern: of such prayer .is based btostfd and mysterious hourof "1ft this world you art the

to the local Bishops. tution>> with the clergy of the piesents. A Christian not Catholic cemeteries may be Orthodox Church the n..trl"on on the words of Our lord, the ecumenical council. salt of the earth perhaps attunes
other church bodies which are of our communion cannot be permitted to those not of our Ecumenism Ch. Ill 15, 'Tor where' two or three are the the a sign of contradu dun
In drawing directivesfor ways of Lord toward
Communicatio up in sacris to participate in such ser asked! to assume this role. communion, especially to reads "These Churches, although gathered. together In my achieving holiness of the Workers. need to discover
vices. Holy KucharlMi: I: The Eu: ponies, and relatives of Catholics separated from us, yet name, there am Iin the midst of | (Chnst fact In you and t In
and in common it is God. the unity of all Christians
prayer On occasion members of charts! Is the sign and at the On the occasion of possess true sacraments of them" I iMt 18. :201.! I.1 find the motherly presence ol
also desirable to consult with and prosperity and
the Catholic laity may also same time is the cause of the burials in Catholic cemeteriesof above all by apostolic succession the. Church
other diocesan agencies, such M the first Eucharist: In peace In the world may be
he Invited to take an active unity of the Church. The restoration those who were not Catholics the priesthood andthe "They certainly don't wantto
clear\ and full
diocesan liturgical
as the part in ecumenical services. of Eucharistic Communion it Is also recommened I Eucharist: whereby they the moments which precededIlls find m you the expert, the
commission and with leaders Turning to. delegation of
They nay for example be Is the goal of our I that clergymen of other are still joined to us In closest passion and death the techMciam. or _. God forbid- -
churches of the Priests who have "been
of the other I Lord addressed himself I* meeting
tailed to read the Scrip Churches be to the
upon ecumenical elfoit. permitted con Intimacy. Therefore some bureaucrat or agitator
community The presidentand Ills Father In His In Home to consider the
lure lessons. Under the guid- At the present time, however duct graveside services.Sacramental worship in common (loom- priestly httt rather the minuter of
executive secretary of the nee of the local Bishop who except In particular *: The sacra municatio In sacrist', given prayer for unity This prayer apostolate among laborers. God. a brother friend. and
Council of Churches, for Pope Paul workers
local 111 wantto
<
consult his .f f Christ ha* !become the
may well wish to case of menders of theKastern mentals of the Church may suitable circumstances and counselor who knows now tu
example might be ('(Insultedh..lol'e of the Church not enl, see the fart of Christ in .
ecumenical commission regarding : Orthodox Church (cf. he given to those not of our the approval of church authority prayer .... and suffer with them
for
Issuing regulations the qualifications\ of Decree on the Catholic communion who desire lore. 'Is not merely possiblebut when these wards are read and wto can indicate in Herr\
the diocese. the laity invited to tike' these Churches of the Eastern: Idle, 1"1tht'm is encouraged." and listened t.. but chose all For safe holiday! words ,free from an earth

II.Prayer. leading roles such pal ticipa fl21( : Decree on Ecumenism: 121Participation The Decree on the Catholic when the ( hurck celebrates TALLAIISNKE: : Patn compromise the etart was

in lion on the part of laymen has Ch. HI, tit Intercommunion of Churches of the Eastern: Rile the KurharUI.: otmn. and Trail' Safety' to serve God and one s brothers .

much to recommend It. The with Christians in other denominations icf. articles :2629)! ) established While the Pilgrim Church These are two. subjects that "

commonbetween acceptance of such a policy should not beermined. Catholics in the a new "cone III.lor)' policy awaits the return of the risen should be on everyone's mind The Potlt"l ord were H I..

could become one more manifestation ; Our separation is official worship of with regard to communlcatto C'hrlit and the final consummation over this July 4th hoiidov second apparent allusion in
of the Church'sdoctrine most keenly felt at the table In aerie with the brethren of of al things in him weekend." romimls Colonel the Priest worker caper
on the laity as foundIn of the Lord and the sense uf other churchesThe the separated Eastern: the Eucharist remain the H. N Kirkman. Commander monts during the chaplain.

Catholics and the Constitution on the sorrow awakened! by a deepening l Decree on Ecumenism: Churches. Article 29 places great sign and east of Hit of the Florida Highway. Pa study week !here A few datoorbor
.
Christians of Church.In realization of the meanIng does envisage rommunlcatioin the supervision of this policyin mysterious unity of the trol"By Giaroeno Cardinal r I
preparing for and conducting of this tragic separation '1I 'ris. I it. tine particlpa. the care and control of Church, and Ita\ hoped that keeputg sole driving tartan BoL..:m Marred,
other churches these ecumenical services should in Itself provide powerful lion of Catholics, under the focal Bishops. It encourages the 11-01) S n'lrt11 be hobits M mind while! nrivmgduring that the Pre.t',''..nt m ,.t be

the principle of "reci\ stimulus to ecumenical. supervision of the local Bishop combined consultation on the offered frequently for the this n ily ...l1end, outside ant i I.I it, d' ", ad!

Principles governing prayer procity", should be kept In concern among our people In the liturgy of other pert of these Bishop/ and if cause of Christian unity and patriotism" M mind mmiUuJuc itl'':mnrnr nI! .Is I
In common, drawn from mind to accept an Invitation When, hOIl ftr.. Christians communions (tcf Chapter II. need bt, consultation with In all of these endeavors while cofessrotB Inrfetwod is not ,-ntniv: e< < .,

tht Decree on Ecumenism: may often seem to. entail of other communion are present Hi. Catholics may attend official I the Bishops of the Orthodox which wt describe as ecumenical ewe! Day at home or ...ai
Chapter III/I'This an obligation to extend a at the Sacrifice of the services of other Churches in dialoffue. in you will hf pave the way

chance of heart and similar 1 \ invitation and to proffer Mass In our churches they churches which have "l'ralfh'l The 'fulfillment of these giving common witness to for a safe cod. happy holMi.it EDUCATION FOR

holiness of life along with an invitation may imply may be Invited to Join, if they or social significance articles Is a matter of the the world, and In common weekend'" TAU won (he AEROSPACE AGE

public and private prayer a readiness\ to ft'PIone ; 10 desire In the dialogue, in especially weddings and fun utnvott delicacy and the members prayer we find the auNsranct sober. holiday message ol 55,11 fe' n. .
for the unity of Christians, should not, therefore" accept ,... ..
andin
one the recitation of prayers naIl It should be remembered of the Bishop. Commission we seek and reqntrt" Mi Commamfer Klrkmoa' a' heart c".1OI
should be regarded as the an Invitation if. accordIng the singing of hymns however, that the Decree for Jo :um.IUC.1ffalu the wonts of Christ's prayer the rtotmiMbtlity for the %.q... *."". i aTti
soul of the whole p'umenicalmo.m..nt to Catholic norms one. .It'. nun'mar
Christians of other churches on Ecumenism makes repeated agree that there should be "that they all .may be ..... July m traffic acvnlmt k
and merits the cannot proffer a similar invitation not however be Invitedto record' qnoroly on aVrrert Moeew
may
recommendations for caution consultation concerning this even as thou. Father art wme **.** cel'eae' sW/rO
name, 'spiritual ecumenism assume roles of leadership and states that worship matter with the. f'Cclf.I'ttICII and I m the*. that they "I ask everyone to conic ST... made 10 ,

"II I Is a recognized custom All nun )Joint services\ *f within the assembly, e g.. that In common icommumcatio in authorities of the Orthodox also may be one WIIII so plate just what might happee 12 at ...s..M If iVOrM

for Catholics I* meeet for prayer should be carefully of lector sacrin I i Is not to be considered Churches A subcotnmisstonha that the worM may believe if you ate tareiros on the .. !It.. FlM

frequent recourse te that prepared In accordance with line .f f the great achievements at a means to be used indiscriminately been established by the that thou hast sent BM ''J.. high*.). Dent' allow\ viur .taud... ..da.e Pew.n.

prayer for the unity of( the the principle of "collabora of the !Secondalica* for the restoration Bishop commission under 17, :i i seed to brcosne i smug ntmrotess wide' Verio' !edCo *
Church with I which (the tion." funnel! ls the Constitution .1 of unity among Christians the chairmanship of the :Most driver' Think at* ,ttfrtvwg J. Natc..r".swr

Saviour Himself on the eve Clf l the Sacred Liturgy and one Reverend Bernard J. Flana Irish liturgy safety all the time

His death at fervently appealed The leaders of the partici after of(It" nest Important Baptism and Confirmation: gas Bishop Morvetfer., DIBUN ('l'l TII. Iris "e"OU'r.'' behind thewheel' Florida.... ; Mr Acidtmy
U his Father: 'That paling groups should emphases found In (hit document Catholics may not set as and It will be among the hierarchy at a IHIIIM'ft he urged. -'

they may ill be .nt.* (Jit- careful consideration of services, agreeon Is that concerning the sponsors at the ronferral of tasks of this lubcommwiion lag here lose approved snort
the format the
17, 20)). homily the Mats ((1'1. Article Baptism or Confirmation in to explore>> together' with rep extensive use ot the vernacular
and on the choice of themes and It)I. churches not of our communion re entatives appointed by the m the Mats and decided to SCHOOLSROSARIAN
In certain circumstances !Scripture reading for
; reasons of friendship Bishops of the Orthodox send UMiUtMMi to the Holv
such as In prayer services'for hymns Prayers and hymnsand The homily Is an integral or courtesy however, they Church. this difficult question See for confirmation ,In *dditm .
unity' and during ecu homilies which may be part of the htuigy and normally be
may present at th*.e ceie- of eommiMivaiM In sacris. they sent beck to theirliturgical
mcnical gatherings, it is allow unacceptable either to Catholics will be given by the monies V. ACADEMY
for .
commiMM
able indeed desirable that or to other Christiansare celebrating Bishop or Prieit. holy KurharMi: Catholics revision gn.des. end 4. scheel .
this f.
Throughout statementof draft texts of the q.1 ... sbe.h ofWort k..M..I lobe
Catholics should join in pray to be avoided In breaking the bread of doctrine accepting t harll&tc *. Grades .. .
separa recemmecOMoou, it should prayer of the faithful and of en to ., FJry c/rt N.. ....I.d.
,
er with their separated brethren These ecumenical services the hoimlist speaks onbehalf tarn from their brothers of be noted frequent reference the funeral service .9v Al sperh. KM*. wet d'amaU*. fVotHj Sewn .f
Such prayers in common it is hoped will complement of the local Bishop and, other churches In St. Oo- For TfcQSAUAN
a penitential hat been made to the role of The Bt. oft named Father %C. ca'lo<| adorau; .,,.*?
art certainly a efiectrvt the programs) for unity which sense, on behalf of the
very in a spirit and bearing m local in
Patrick
tht Bishop guidingthe McGoMnck( of Derry ACADEMY! WEST PALM
of continue in our churches. entire college. A lEACH(
means petitioningfor episcopal mind the
principles
mentioned of
practice ecumenism' professor ef sacred liturgy at
the grace of unity, and clergyman of another communion above the .
III. concerning restoration within his diocese This emphasis .Maynooth. the national seminary
they art a genuine expression Communicatioin cannot be asked to of Eucharistic Com U. the members ef near here A Mavnooth Academy Of The
of tile ties which still bind accept such a role muntoai. may not participatein the Bishops' CommissKHi for alumnus who was ordained m Holy Names

Catholics to their separated Sacris Following the example of Ihe Kucharutif: celehra Ecumenical: Affairs are convinced !%? Father \k Gokirirk is to ..:;cI.... end der school for q;.b. Gad" ce to t.d.e. Fear

brethren 'For where two or the liturgy of U>x>d Friday it lion f I'f fll'\..' ih.-tiff Fur !I. accord: not only stndv al a tM-iiKs; ] tn three art gathered togetherIn Principles governing corn is recommended, float! t P'l it>lt> 'ca, it .1 > i, c--. Iti ecid v i;
ndnff
sp n. M .
with. :lve Pet -eee on K: Tie-" before taking! up his Fr >''e,- 11x1 .t5.4 br "nci ,&. Herr
my name, there am 1 in municatio in sacni: p avers for l aaa:* of t'' f- :. c : TT.I; be urn but .bo"! j tit: sp ;t It. p N.-. ..",..... (Iesewerl ecips. Fy ....







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The' Florida. Catholic. Friday, July 2, 196:1:

Rescues 15

Pope receives faculty t i
y
r Sisters heldin

Protestant seminary class 1 ,tit t / e er


VATICAN my (NC) Pope l Paul VI hu received the Congo
In
audience last week the dean of Oslo Unlvereitya Prot.

eatant faculty of theology, along with 21 of his students fifteen LKoroLIWLLF: European Sisters(NCI -

Professor Elnir 1 Molland
told the spoke t* ii about the (ecumenical were among 19 persons who
Pope %.
: an ) council Molland arrived here on lime 27 after"
aware of the fact that a ,
said ".. being rescued bRovernnunt"
heavier a meant ef spiritual 1
responsibility and a troop from rebels in the
regeneration before the council
burden
greater is
placed on northern
Congo
Your Holiness than on any was ipened It was an in-
other member of the Churchof forgettable mement.M The Sisters along with a
Protestant missionary nurse
Christ
Pointing out that
many non-
from Britain and another
He assured the Pope of the Catholics pray for the successof woman with two t children,
prayers of many nonCathoLCI the council, Molland laid: are among the survivors of
a
"May the respect and "May silo add that the Constitution rebelled massacre In the

sympathy and the prayers of on the Church and town rf null May 30, during
many non-Catholics be a the Decree on Ecumenism !J which 31 European Priesti
source of comfort to you, haw filled our hearts with x and flrolhen were killed
Holy Father" Molland said hope for the future of .
r a4
Christendom." The 1$ women and children

He then recalled that he After thanking the Pope were found iJuna 26)) by
and some ef his itidenli hid "for the benevolence and confidence J' !government: troops In a hut
bees recehed by Pope John you have shown the 14I'rofeaalon deep In the forest near Da

XXIII three yean age "11. Protestant observers official Investiture ceremony to be held for Sisters of St. Joseph Puts salt about :o miles from

ly invited to attend the council

PersecutedBONN ," Molland laid: of vows and Investiture of the row Miss Yvonne Tcarrow, Miss Sharon Patricia Oauvey MIll Katherine Madaen Rrbeli who had been guarding

"This ittitude of Your Hoi-) habit of the Sisters of St Joseph of St Bialk! Miss! Joan Crowley, Mmi Maurrenalsh Sister ROM Margaret SSJ, Siater; ; them fled when the troops
(NC-Two) Mary
Priests of the diocese Hungarian otPtr. ness toward them Inspires us Augustine will take place tfxlay. July 2, at \\' Miss Janet Dicka, Mm Helen Luke SSJ and Pinter Maria Olmnnnl) had arrived been.Ml the held mMlonarlet
with
rebel
to askoir 11
courage:
\ Ueat Palm Beach Before receding the habitof rowntll, MiMI Audrey Ingaldl MiMI DianeMilone. SSJ
.. Father GyeorgY Elm Holiness, humbly and tin ? three Sisters who will profeanowa} hostages fur several months
and Father Janet Galambos. cerely, to grant ui novice! the young women will be attired Miss Anne Ix<<>K\ie; second row, Miss Misa Judith Roberts Mlaa Helen Silmtro,
your
have been sentenced to four blessing which to all of ui will U "brides of Christ': from the left, front Patricia Miller Misi Katherine Adams, Miss Muw Gail Conner sod Slice Amy Ford. last December th"flrl
yean in prison t because taken to Bull about ISO
they
mean a spiritual gift we receive -- .
-- -
--
-- miles from Stanleyville and
,
collected money for their parIshes in profound gratitude." ---
while on a trip to West In China held there with the European

Germany last year Pep Pad replied, "It IiIndeed Church in U.S. Extension Society Priests and Brothers Bishop
Jacques libel of and
The news of the trial was i tOlliol. tlon and a Buta
comfort i to know (hat you and a number of Congolese
kept secret in but
Hungary
,
new of their sentencing many ethers woo are nut Charities' loss Parish trains workers University graduate tells Priests, Brothers and Sisteri

leaked out here The Priests Catholics are pravlng for the groups The male European missionaries

were arrested when they returned council and for is. May' dod DtTKOIT: (I\'t: ) Requiem (IIICK.O; (,-Parish> or, to help in US. how Reds forced farm and linn ether
work
reward yen abundantly! Mast for James F FiU :
from their trip to Vest ganlzationi must be updatedto CIIICM.O (1\: (') More European lay persons, were
Germany and were accusedof gerald, 73, former presidentof murdered by the rebels two
Paraphrasing the Iou r t hrhapt.r fulfill a new and moreconstruct than 425 volunteer workers
M.\C\\0 .
making illegal contact the .National Conference of (SC) "After they trapped. me Into .pe.k- days before government
of St. Paula Utterto will this
undergo training
with. the Bonn government the Catholic Charities, was offered e tack, a national log: openly( they raid I had a 'capitaliatlc mln the of the
Fphesians, Pope summer as part largest '
laid: lilt month In Sti Peter sodality leader say. Catholic volunteer movement had to work In the firlda" Congolese clergy were ret-

"In an our meetings and and Paul church: here Mr. Writing the current Issue in the United States The shaker, a Catholic Chinese woman with a unl. cued June 1, but the [uro(

Daytona Beach conversations, In all our dealings fiUgerald, an attorney, was of U S. Catholic, publishedhere the Fxtenslon Society \olun \eraity degree, in economics had eacaped here from communist run women were. spirited off
with/ one another let us active in the St. Vincent de by the Claretlan Fa teen China with her husband! and their six month.old before the loyalist troops arrived
be Paul Smiety here for 43 )ears then James J Gallagher, .
careful to preserve the The volunteers who will be baby.
unity of the spirit in the bund until hIS retirement In 1W& chairman of the national profeiilonal training for work in the mi*. married and began to pl.nour Upon arriving hers, the
GIRO'SCustem t a sodality Interchange She looked closer to0 escape." Sisters t made Immediate
of peace, so that we may skins of the US. represent
Made Drapes truly be one body and one Mourns martyrs says parish lay or only one of the efforts of the than her actual 23 yearn ai She laid she couldn remember plans to fly to Belgium!

Carpe Sobs i Service; spirit even as we were calledin BrUSSH-S: (SC-bet) Car. gantiations will have to develop .:..t..nllon"Itt!\ ,. the official they lit In the office of Father when she had last
24SO N. Die; : Frt.w.y one hope of our railing dmal Sueneni of Mallnes- three characteristics to Catholic organisation to help buts Hull S,J.. who caret for been to church, and said her
play their role in the age of refugees reaching this Poituguese baby had not been baptised Daytona Beach
N.. Smyrna 4412412Welcome one Lord, one Faith. one Brussels paid tribute to the mlaatonary areas In the US.
tenewal. territory. The husband, "I was afraid people would
Baptism, one God and lather If Belgian and IS Dutch min Its territories and dcprndmclea
of allAi ." itonartei murdered rebels'May They must center their actiutiei 30, was a worn out farmer know then there would be
Travelers1Fvmihff Molland bad by on Intensified adult The whose skeleton hands and more trouble," she said
requested, 90)) in the north Congolese anclety's major projectIs Furmtur; been
; Pope Paul 1 11hil blessingto town of Buta. Christian education" he said the collection and dutnbii cough racked body had been Terror had gripped. the Greeting Cards
hn Protestant hearers In begin recognizing and honorIng lion. of fund for depresned scarcely strong enough lo
Face end 1 ,..i. Special; Officiating at the ronnerra. wwmaa and her husband LLOYD COX
steer the that had
this blessing he included the role of the Catholic In and missionary area .fund sampan
when |he Marae
.HIII W,1tt I Tres tints of Bishop/ Gabriel I kec police" tookthem
AIYmeYmHgh..y : "your families and all your of' Bunla, In the Congo Car the word as well as In the that hate run Into the tens of carried them t to Macao and I to Father Hull' lass Office SuppliesCL
dear ." Church," and "get Catholics millions of dollars freedom
: I I-Ormesd block ones dmal Suenens said that the Itlcrl where all refugee, 2.141)III
He presented' them, physically out Into community It was after the 'HundredFlowers' '
as representatives from romrnunUl ( hln North leech Sheet
martyrs of Ruts had given "' la It* M years .( eililenre, are
life, movement that her
........... faculty of of the a great theological uni" their live so that others Ihe society his helped build troubles began, the woman take .n arrival..

M assume 0* \ versity" with a copy of theCodei might 11In the Faith Dean honored em Tot* churches and chapel At the sight of rather Hull

f r..aroos. J Vitkamis a fourth Th. prelate said the Church *. satdThe 'Hundred Floweri. the woman's, tense 'fate re BEACONAmbulance
J WU MtVie awe./ In Belgium hIS been sorely num (so-"nr. Robert' laied Into a smile of Joy
o..uarncu century msntscrlpt of the This year about 100 more campaign was Initiated In
........f Bible in Greek. tried by the Moody events of II relli dean of the St minion churches will be built IV* In the hope that It would "The police didn't II.." she Service
the Congo but I II deletion loins t'nlteriity !School of .
showing with the society's helpIt secure the aitht cooperationof cried out "A I'rleit aI'rieit'
to the Congolese pro Mf'dldlW', was nne of about! alto supplies! emergencyaid the I Intellectuals for rveryfhlng: will be all 255-2406
PRINTING "He again h\ the conw'rationof M recipient. nf the OWen after such catastrophesas Chlnete communist leadership eight now! Now J am In a

ltfee Pr.is anj 0
I Ceucnm rVmhnf; C. can Academy of ArtevemeM hurricanes, aa well as pro v Id chairman MM Trotting, be During! the first five, month llalisn ail Antencail. Feed
II I II t. .....,. ....* here The. sward la presentedf Ing many seminarians and laved grievance' of, noncom of' MM. more than IVM'' refugees '
Ij I Cl 2-4214 III|) hi.geoC.RAYTONA .. the "tdllC.tlUt.1Id In Priests with funds to com all mwilats could .h* aired and from communist China l 0*>t.* I f.M. 'f.l. II fM
il'iratkm' of youth through have reached Macao. Most
j or {part of their eipmmes that the regime's popularitywouM { e Inquet, Fsdt;!. ;:*.
the dramatic salute la men .not suffer left secretly Among them
A prime satire of the ao- as a come
and women of exceptional ar He and are young Industrial workers aeue Meed.ys
t'kty's fund! u its rnagsiineEatmtoa. quern use wrong an
w... romplithment with a circulation anil rlghteit p irge" and attempt and students who refused to
..... .. .._ a.4 ..... of over yoIX "lo rectify dutklenU work on fields. as well as SAN REMORESTAURANT

)I.'IJ''- M ....".,'. afld Heads office followed' i starving farmers,
'.. s. ana The woman eiplalm
:
ae : Eli Ml Oil |I' (').At-Ift: TV Reds persecute 120 so KIOGtWOOO
.L I., II' er former member of th. ".\1 the anlterilly they en- CoMec Mr. Raymond Webb.
pi.n.Ringwe I' ''1. MART -- faculty at iJuqueaeie. IM ersi nit!( II, hllml..d (NOAa narrated m le speak freely, OR 7.1404 fee fit U. Ihs; ere. CL 2-1357

-,: le. 1.rcot.n.&uti; *... ty has been seamed dsrol.e article .PJ..rlfl,1II{ the le talk about what we were
UIdFURNITURE of a new 1Nhce.1 t.mmu ily N.u. Zurrcher Zeilung a thinking M that there wnM
F.1Aty. Wiwd W... for the dtoce of Miami" Mr leading Rwiaa daily. roan be Inlereillng <.'lic...lo(<.. | "THl SWIM JHOff ,

m1.bb 114 Ntetk |..(k Sheet Tucker. will coudmate effort ,.l IVY sad SElL 10 Improve aortal I toexMwntla Human Orthndos Church la I spoke" tpenly Mr reward o .'!...L"
'
ap t. 400 perM' Phase 2SS J47t I II ......kHMIINOR6IEN the diocese, He ha served 'ma the throe of a death war so Job after I graifualed o Sfc, '5/ .,:Jrf'

i. ..... ,.d..l ...._. far the pest two >en a* Xruff I*"' bee auw of hard L. s.ci.'Ii'.1.' iV.. --...
I iMp Imposed by the Sovietgevernment. Thev said. I thought and "I t III.... A..... I....... a...bn. .-........ '.
Iad "OIIftI'l rban He
.
"FOURTH WNtRATlON JtwtURS SINCE I III'' loo much like ... in .... W :'j
oewal director.Papal spoke, a ra(4taint ( -
LAWNMOWER The nrwip*|.-r laid there. There oat no work. f fer
Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons CENTER academy are only II,,ow prie.i* In. the me to do So I was sent. to the

inn' woes. Soviet Union. a* compared ti bill
a.
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'" ... 'M. ... ."'_" ... tuna Tarn)*, ftpemah mam same period the number di ..I.".. ae 11aJIM'S ter Mutation .hal been of rhwrehes IIpn for worship. farming When the people" 2SD2II ''M2i

appn+trted a Member' of tr-e .has declined from, 12 HA to1H saw me ,I/sing It till a field
: RESTAURANT Pontifical Academy fit fir Government. preiture they laughed al me, TVn' I Steelii.Crtopi-Seefoodi Opin 11:301:30WERNER :

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Watson right The Florida Catholic, Friday" July 2,19f35
School drive set Auxiliary Bishop


for Ohio dioceseCLEVELAND Role of directing laity iittC$ 1A1 Pope called 'Christ's


: : (NO)-A 'ao

million fund raising cam. e missionary to world'
told at consecration 1.t .
paign to build 11 new high

school in the Cleveland diocese HUE: ; (NC) -- The Bishops of the Church must provide Lrr"f/ t j 15'AS111XGT0NC) Pope Paul VI by his words

and expand seven existIng direction for todav s laity Monsignor P J. O'Con.nor and actions haa become 'Christ missionary to the

ones has born announced" has wild in the sermon at'the consecration of Bishop world," the speaker at a Mass marking the second anniversary .

by coadjutor Bishop ClarenceG Alfred Matson here of the Pope coronation has declared here.

!Issenmann. Archbishop John Krol of Philadelphia consecrated j Auxiliary Bishop Philip M. Hannan of Washington,

Bishop Issenmann described Bishop \Vatson titular Bishop of Nationa and auxiliary ; preaching at the anniversary Mass in St. Matthew____ n _
of Erie June 29. cathedral (June 27)), said
the campaign in a Bishop on Christ" of His flock is In someway "the extension of Christ ten of this world to be a citiZen !
with Archbishop \
news conference statement as Co-coni-ecrators derived and dependent jvat} of the everlaktuig worldof
Krol were two former total work for the whole "
the. most important single upon him heaven
classmates of Bishop Watsonat human family" I is the special .
step" ever taken by the dio St. Mary'a Seminary in "He Is the bond of unity I ,f ,,,1 mark of Pope Paulapontificate. The Pope, he laid, ".PPl
\ every element of this worldas
<
ce *, Baltimore auxiliary Bishop
"lIe is the pastor of his people a great instrument of God
Auxiliary Bishop I ClarenceF John auxiliary Spence of Bishop Washingtonand Joseph!: and as a true shepherdhe Wins scholarship to Bishop Kenny Archbishop Fgidio Vag.noui a vast sacrament, to help

Elwell, superintendent of Donnelly of llartfoid not only nourishes the apostolic delegate in man achieve the welfare
school was named clergy "Today the laity of the faithful by .ofitermg the sacramental Arlington Council 4727, Knights of knight; Colleen; Father' W Thomas the United States offered the owed to his dignity In this

chairman for the drive, while world cries out for direction," life through the Columbus has awarded its annual Larkin, pastor; Dr. Thomas J. Hart. Mass Many government officials world so that he can attain

Loran F Hammrtt, a l'.S. al Monsignor: O'Connor, liturgy, but also through the scholarship to Colleen Owen. a gradu. man, scholarship committee chairman; and members of the diplomatic his everlasting destiny"

Steel executive, was named pastor of St Thomas :More sound"teaching of sacred doc ate of Christ the King School, Jacksonville and Joseph Lawson, past grand corps attended. The "most delicate but de-

Jay general chairman parish in Decatur. Georgia, trine The At the presentation' were, knight. Colleen will attend Bishop Bishop Hannan said that asmissionary" manding" part of the Pope's
of all thestates
and former director of the Bishops Jacksonville a Pope Paul mission, the Bishop continued
from the left, Sister Mary FAhelburga; Kenny High School
Flwellaid: the fund dioceses also
Bishop were
.
National Shrine of the immaculate Is
seeks to understand the "to bring the lose of Our
drive was made necessary bycrisis" present for the consecrationin principal; V. Roger. du Pont, grand
Conception in Washing family of man, to make men S.,Iou I' even U those who
"' ,
in Cleveland diocesan St Peter cathedral hereof ,
a ton, DC'The into the people of God and to may be furthest from It."
high schools caused by direct them into the
rising enrollments and increased Bishop' Christ's Variety in booksCouncil's kingdom of God,building personally He said It was this fact
demands for admis chosen leader, must stand and collectively" which led to the establishment
sins a. forth, must be seen, must be of the Naticans new

Since 1944, he said enroll known, must be heard influence history projected He said this Is not a tack of secretariate for nonbelievers,
ment in the diocesan. high: Where the Bishop Is, there .lathe on organization or admmistra. Declaring that the work of
.hurrh" tion alone, but "is at heart the Pope "must be also
schools has Increased 274 percent Daybook," world and more practically, In writing the history of spired, true.life slur}, the and direct workof our
"COUNCII4 personal work and "
and during the past He added: "In the realm of Floyd Anderson everyday living, will be essentially this monumental undertaking our concern, Bishop
school totaled 26 257The The Intelligence. time i Christ, the communication Hannan said: "Our loyal.
.
year .
the spiritual there is demanded Influenced by the deliberation Vatiian Council Hi 5. it will
NCVVC Washington work experience and content of grate to the individual ty must be in terms of Faithin
demand for admission by countless millions *, declarations and be many years. perhaps, be. soul" "
to Catholic high schools has a centrality of authority and D.C. 368 pp $5. Index, decrees found in this public fore the work and accomplishmcnts placed in Council Daybook is action
steadily mounted to a tion. the made even' more delightfulby The! said 'Above all," he said, "that
point leadership illustrated. g'2xll.' of council are Bishop Psps
where it now reaches a deaf "The Bishop .is the link be accurately evaluated and the token price requested Paul's two historic joarne)*- loyalty must consist in respecting
tnmf roar," Bishop Elwell tvieen his flock ai d the Apostolic From the chronological The Council Daybook is a recorded In the meantime, (Reviewed by Bishop AI to the Holy Land and to the and following the
laid See, and the life into table of contents to the complete journal of the day by day the facts, figures and per. bert R. ZuroweMe of Belle eiuharlstic congress In Bum words of Christ as conveyed
and exacting index, news reports of the meetingsat sonalitiei of the third session vllle Illinois, who helped to bav, India best representthe by His vicar We must not
Council Daybook is an exciting the third session FJssen as they are known today are organize the United States spirit of his pontificate twist his words so that they
objective and accurate Bally it Is written by the presented in splendid form Bishops press panel at Vatican serve our wills instead of
account of the proceedings of members of the Home in Council Da)book. II for the di's,'mmatrn i "- He ral'id!' the b. (o>> '<.0 rnr" s molding them The Holy Fathrr .
Vatican II, session 3. The Bureau of the NC\\C!'; News of n"IlOn-ltJ| ie I at III te, Information "di,' lIat-:- bp t r U atone:. is the Vicar of
One cannot help but I be
very nature of the council Service whose names and on the .:o\n; II I to au-,: ,: ; of t'e' d* t -X of C!. :t Let the holy/ Father
( work in this session. with its background are !given in the most favorably' impressedwith newsmen ofmc a and thHi Fat.' ,to r -drrin alone speak for Him And
this account of ,
expert .
discussions, declarations anddpl'reps preface It also contains com the Chunhs internal workings through them to the PCIof: : at: : cf t 3 d J :..: Jr.If) io.n loyally in
on such matters as plcte texts of: "Constitutionon and affairs America I that he n it be a t _d :a- ser).ig: Christ"
the 'Constitution on the the Church decree on
Church ," Fcumenlsm," FAumenism": and the decree It Is truly s reference
'Fastern: Churches "Mar. on the Eastern. work' but one that hat the M

rlage," "I..aity," "religiouslibeity" Churches" dramatic quality of an In-
.Jew. "
"Atomic
Warfare 'Poverty" .etc, r
makes this Council Daybooka Progress in initial talks

valuable and immediate

ft source for refer..ncelurk.. .
pleases EpiscopaliansII
For those who attendid, the

third session, the (ouncil
Paul W. ''I''J look .
Daybook serves ai a perfectand ?)
Welcome new officers handy reminder of what \SHINdlON (N(') -- The Episcopal Church's

they witnessed and actnmplished representatives at the historic first official talks with

Members of the St Mary parish Home and for the Church and representatives of the Roman Catholic Church in the

School; Association, Rocklodge: welcomed their the it is world in 14! For others, United States have received an enthusiastic go-ah d
an Impiessive and im
new officers recently Andrew J Strenecky. left, pot tanl piihluatmn Insurrlnl't sign: for further talks from their church Joint Com.

immediate pant president" discusses the duties of mission on r-cumemcal Relations .
and easy-reading Catholic group sod will 11ft P $
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Father John J, Walsh the inspired 1 activity of the The full commission met at two position p |*ri' in ad.
Church in this modern woild the Virginia Iheologira! Seminary vane

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CAPE KENNEDY The'Pry history of the (June 22.24)) Immediatelyafter
Suspends paper choice of the Eucharist: M tt e
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Nine The Florida Catholic Friday July 2, 1965
bring
I new story Pontiff writes


of rebel terror in Sudan Nordic meet of 'Faith! of our Fathers'' I


LLOPOLDVILLE; ;, The Congo; (NC)-Three Sudanese feelings on unity ,us psp n, 1saisra P iNn of .. r il .1. as.im

Priests and 52 seminarians fled across the border Into the r 4 1 HAMBURG Germany Jacksonville WIYY 1050 .c

Congo in mid-June according to word received here from (NO) Pope Paul \1. who Saturday, (12:10: p.m

the frontier town of Faradje. They brought detaila of S greeted the delegates 1 to the

more terror: that included the killing of seven Christians Northern Catholic Convention St, Augustine WFOY, 1240 12:10 kcSafupdae
in church. here by letter, has referred to : p.m.

They told this terrorist activity Yei had also been sacked 1 the "diaspora" situation of Daytona Beach WNDB, 11500Saturday

by Sudan government and at the mission of Yambio 4 modern Catholics that is, 12:10 p.m.
Moslem soldiers came into a their dispersal( among peoples
troops occurred late In May.
Melbourne WMEG 920 .ItSaturday
church and killed seven worshipers of conflicting beliefs
at the
Appearing minor
r 12:05
p.m
seminary at Tore in South t The Pope assured the dele
Sudan, the soldiers accusedthe The frontier town of Far 1 yInstalled gates that It was the will of Tallahassee WTNT 1450 1c

seminary officials of owning adje at which the refugees Cod to assemble Ills children Saturday. 12:10 p.m
radio transmitters, helping found safety is a mission station from
te
again dispersal unity.
.c
Late WDSR 1340
guerrillas and conspiringwith of the Dominican Fathers City
Americans. There was It had been occupiedby The apostolic delegate to Saturday, 12:10: p.m.

gunfire and everyone' at the Congolese rebels but was for St. James Women's Club Scandinavia addressed the Madison WMAF, I2:30Ic:

seminary, professors and students liberated by Congolese government convention, saving that he rejoices Saturday 11,45: "m,
alike, fled for safety troops in April I 1. Monsignor Terence J Farrelly, Mrs. Axe Anderson Mrs. R. W. Ar- over the religious freedom

About 2000 Congolese rebels right, pastor of St James pariah in bogaat, Mr*. Robert Swem. Mrs. E C. of the Nordic countries Gainesville WDVH, 9101.Tuesday ..

Later one of the Prints a are reported to be living in Orlando offers his congratulations: to Pine! Miss Elizabeth Chase and Mrs Archbishop Bruno Helm 9:40: '.m.

Sudanese returned to Tore an abandoned Protestant mission the new office of the St James Chester Kazmierczak, installing of. was among many Bishopsand Ocala WMOP, 900 Ie
to find that the mission and
compound In the'el) theologians who joined
Catholic Women's Club: from the left ficer. Saturday, 12:10 I p.m
seminary had been. lacked region of the Sudan The some 30,000 Christian faithful

and destroyed.All Sudanese are giving them In the celebration of the la eland WI.AK 1430 Is

but 1100th of St. Saturday, 12:45:
houses In the village food no arms.A11 anniversary p.m

with grass roofs had been foreign missionarieswere Recalls Cardinalas Bishop for Requiem Mass An
burned. It was then learned expelled from the Sudanin Hamburg "and "Apostle of Sunday, 5.00 p."" ,
that the mission station of 1964 But in May the goy 'real author'of ROME: (SC) 1\\.t'nly.fl\'e the North Attending the
convention were large delegations St WPIN, 610 Ic
ernment promised to permitthe Salina is Cardinals attended Requiem Petersburg
a
from Sweden Denmark Sunday, 10:00: a.m.
Letters plagueBONN entry of four Priests to Carla/
Magna Mass In Rome's Santa Norway. Iceland Fin.
serve as professors.
(NC) Diocesan seminary LANGTON, Ontario (NC-) enthronedSVUNV. Marla Valllcella church: land and northern Germany Clearwater WTAN 1)401.Saturday .

weeklies throughout Germany It was stipulated however, While spiritual and politic June( 23)) for the late Giuho Archbishop Helm cited Denmark 12:45: p.m,

are publishing letters that the Priests be East Africans. freedom go hand in hand the Cardinal Revllacqua who died as an excellent example Sarasota WSPI, 14501.Saturday ..
from Kansas (NC) ,
Bishops Catholics
warning of good church state 12:11
.
spiritual requirement mutt : ,.m.
to ignore the chain.letters BishopCv.ru1 J. Vogel former In Brescia May T.Central, relations .
and regulate - -- --
The seminary Involved, the always precede
.
being circulated among vicar of the Greens
general
major seminary at Kit now the other a Catholic prelate ii j
them. has only three teachers for Its has told aa audience here burg, Pennsylvania, diocese, WE ARE NOT THE
Some Catholics
postcards which are I : receiving are 118 students A total of 31 students that Included Ontario's Premier was enthroned here as Bishopof LARGEST BUT WI TRY

mailed from Lourdes and entered the seminary John Roberts Salina The diocese covers
BE THE FRIENDLIEST
TO
this There be Bishop G Emmett Cartel .
will
which hint at possible deathor >ear one 31 northwestern Kansas counties
ordination at the end of June, of London. Ontario spoke at' i r tM AfIfIUM
harm if the does tt 4
recipient '
the dedication of modernistic 4'1 4'O Curt,
and 13 other students will
receive DlvWend
not send other cards to a In the homilv at the Mass
other orders The minor Sacred Heart church.
concelebrMed t by the Bishop
number of
persons
The event coincided with Compounded Querferfy",
seminary of Lul closed in and representatives of din
the 750th' anniversary of tin
became
February of the uncertain -
and Priestsin
religious
ORLANDOWINTER : political conditions signing of the Magna Cart cesan Sacred Heart Cathedral Save with Security

PARK there. This city Is aimed for Cardinal Bishop. \oge| spoke on the SAVE AT

Tee new Catholic schools Stephen Lanfton. HO unity of the Priesthood.
Archbishop el Canter. It ItI SECURITY FEDERAL
have epenrd recently la the century A Biik-tip, he' said Is a "llv
WALTER MENGES Sudan. burr, railed by Bishop Cartel Ing symbol of the unity of the I
.
the "".1 author" e f the charter
Clothier; T. MenThe Church and a sign sit Coda
One at Juba Is run by two thai gave birth le political r
Fmiit lit Mn't Wr Sudanese Sisters and some of freedom .la Britain. continuing mercy and love, Y" X

204 N. ORANGE AVE. the 30 native postulants In "This ..uk'tI 1 who

Across From St. James that city The other, at Wau "Cardinal Langton could I stands before you,' fl hop .. / .
is a secondary: school for make the Magna Carts a -
\ogel said, is t one tent
reality because he first understood r
girls conducted under the
to lord It over you not one
AQUINO'SSERVING auspices of the vicar apostolic the" nitrites of Chris sent to command you, not one Florida represented at conclaveMembers e
tianlty, said Bishop Carter
Bishop Ireneus Dud.
sent to seek his own' gratification
THE "He could stand to a
FINEST ITALIAN FOODS tyrannical king because up he and" glory I come of the St Augustine Foundation Hage, Al Shepp Mrs Frank Cllento, e

DINNERS FROM FAIRVIEWCleanen understood the same truth rather as a messenger pro from Central Florida
4)0: P. ,4. t. 11:00: PM. & Laundry that would lead Thomas More claiming the riches of the lev* around a "1'11I'a of the ""Oreit Croas"' Dennis McAullffe. Mary MfAullffe BECURXTYFEDERAr.

LOUNGE ...,-. to repeat Soo years later 'I 1 lag heart of ('hrlt" which will be erected: on the grounds Thomas Ilegert Frank Cllento and W .

o.p.lI4I.bIe hb:. Cue am the king's food servant Bishop i Vogel was enthroned of the MiMinn of Hombre de Dloa tnSeptember. J. Runlng. The meeting of the Founda, ItriNCI nun IOAK MJOdATlOX
220 OrUndo Ave, W P.Hwy.lMl ***. K. A4)IIEd9.atr. "' .....'" by Archbishop Edward ,11..o oA.o_ _e.i us 4..
Ml 7-4WO OrlandoIn but Cod s those fint'who attendedthe J Hunkeler of Kansas From the l left are: John tion was held at the Oldest City
Among
_. .
Cit)', Kansas -- -
- church dedication In ad

East Orlando Svbdmtie i or Monterey Heroes djtion to gene nmentalleaders Abbot named to

We Have The Hem* You Want S. L.t' Get T..rKrl was Dr Leland A, ComingDade events WOTKfNSPAINT
Gregory. general secretary ol Budapest post
the Baptist Contention of Ontario
DEMETREE BUILDERS and Quebec City. Sos Aaarb.Rrooknilie Prwry, IM AatotUo, Florid, lit ii U'EST: NO( ) This WAIL PAm*

I..v......... Cry July 1 -U. Fattier P. Schrodei ity's more than one million
Phone 277121n
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tal Run Lad 0 Lakes S J. retreat master atholics have a new admin ORLANDO) WIN7Ht 'UC"GUAUN1HO"

Reds threaten Floral City Zenhvrhills. NewPort M Petersburg, Oulfport, utrative official' with the appointment

F. 4' Yeas BIKNOSIAM: (NCI-A) Ktrtey and North Flonla Tallahasn. retreat for worn "f Abbot laulo
SERVICE
Colombian born retreat lor Sea S.mpny. X/ as admloistra SPRAY
missionary, < pariah" arts, en. Holy Name Prisry.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK a prisoner of Red Chmtae fee men. at M Leo Abbey July Aeftmlo. July ts.... Father F.: live vicar of f Budapest SOD ANNUALS SHUUWHYFEKTILIZEK

AT WINTER PARKwith three years, has declared 24 Father K J. GreyC J. Grey CUR., retreat master The city is a part of the and GARDEN SUPPLIESJ

here that communism represents M R retreat SM.WrFamily Kitteriom snrtdtncese. headed i W LANDSCAPING and NURSERY
TRUST DEPARTMENT TtUpW: e47-)000 by J..., Cardinal I Mindsmty. *.
a great danger to Utm Central AssorlatiM areaOrfMft -
2 and WINTER PARK
festival July I WO W FAIRBANKS AVE.
Mtmb! FDJC. who has been In
America He Is Father Ber parishground I Ctwoty. Lake County asylum
Brendan
3. St
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.eea 1W. and its wan a Marion County Volu I tan here since 1MI,
Safe Dpet: m/avlnqt; A ew"h/O). City. Lake wale (!rland.
Shu,110I."Comm"nllm. Semtnote. County HrwardOawity | directed by Mnnilnrirlar

repreaee/fa avery .. Matflaad.' m Winter i Clouel, retreat for mn at St t Srhwinr:((enhofrr, Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00

Cettrol FW; Y, Only great dancer few Latin Park, Kweiminee IiusnswU Leo Abbey July 1U. Father the apoitollc idmlnMritor. Family Bucket O'ChicUn $3.95
AmerKa Mao Tit who Ocala beUevtew, Matron McGuim CP retreat C
turll she made the *nnnunrem'nt
FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOME CJermoM Kuatis .....burl. Fish Dinner $1.00
cans himself Chima savior master of the appointment d f Ahlx.t
...
winter OareVn areas, ,. ,
Our aim; r| f* t...*>nw. t* Mrv ftmitot t: .l this: .r*. w..K fie is paying for Lattn American for omen at Holy Nam Central AaeoclnUon area Srrnptey.Barller. Shrimp Dinner $1115cfNll'Lp1T1 I

saw car, courtesy ixd t.as: Vani: re..,4:... el tie fp uprisings by tend.Jlllllmc hisown Priory SM Antonio. Florida Oranio County Late County this month It was r-...,.;;; : : ni>\rRS: TO C.O;
..."ci.1, ihca"iiaus n w. hi'. lee sear t..., hem .11I people to le of hunger July 24, r.ttler' Idiroder Osceola County, lumterCounty. disclosed that ftiahop' Irma 0sa NOW I LOCATIONS TO WK YOU
h. noted. Marion County Vets
Sam lcaf-n en lab Ivanko., <.eral' of the II. 17K Mm, Para TK SUit
J J retreat masterVimaCr. Stabo Vicar | y
*hewer they the lie County, I County', .
t Frail ,.'...... L.Rey H.. ..;,to Jt, ...wi.*r f, IayA Priest said cemmwriati to (or IvsoHa. I. !Seminole County'evy Brovard K.stffm arcMtocese, was ff 17W R, ()rin(* Ill Tr? OrUnd. t II l Ill
( seriously Injured when he felltwo Silver Stir A Pine Illll ,tef. IV 1443Edgewater !
rapt everything Imm.dusdy'First dlaa Rocks, Large, 1Nfefy. County retreat for men at It UM window miUIUk
they attract the people tI.rller, New rrt Iteh.y' I.... Abbey July .4S. Patter storks from :< A I. IU
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 2,19! ( :SI
Notes source of criticismfor

I Pope in audience

i authority in Church


Reviews religious liberty MIAMI I5KAC1I: (NC) The general secretary of

the National Catholic Welfare Conference has pinpointedthe

source for criticism by some Catholics of the authority

problem Council will decide in the Church today

In an address at the 23rd annual Serra International

\'iTIC.'In' ( NO)-Pope Paul VI has previewedthe about his destiny and 1/ Ar convention here Monstgnor against I authority in the

religious liberty problem which the final session of lations with God" Paul F. Tanner declared: Church todayMonsignor ,

the Ecumenical Council will tackle this fall. Pope Paul said 'Perhaps the basic explanation Tanner I n d i i i.

As if summarizing the matter for his weekly general broad part of "this for the criticism of rated a belief that the criti
authority in the Church, by cism will continue in the
nulience, the Pope said "there exists, regarding the rev mount doctrine" can
manned in two X I those who claim to be her years to come when additional
luious problem, a supreme coronation fell on the regular loyal ions, may be the historic changes will be made.

responsibility to which we audience day, Wednesday "Regarding Faith, and rapid revolution "The years ahead will further

must and can respond in The Holy Father Introduced one be hindered, let no now taking place in all phases test our understanding of

our way only: freely, that the question of religious forced" of human life." the relationship between au.

is to nay through love and liberty by recalling Christ's He continued: The Priest said that since thorlty and freedom"

VMth love, not through words, "Come to me, all ." "This doctrine is the Second Vatican Council "T h u. far," :Monslgnnr:
of the
force" These "sovereign words," he by knowledge began "some curious things Tanner noted, "the (Second

lie added "Christianity Is said, constitute an invitation Christ we are talking have been written on this Vatican) Council has Issued

love "' rather than a command or a There exists a divine topic, but also, thank God, two major document -on the
there exists a universal
The weekly audience June threat some balanced opinions have Nature of the Church and on
attended by from tion to the salvation not been lacking." the
28, groups Liturgy
"Pay close attention We by Christ, there exists
the United States!, Italy, Switzerland -
Austria are at the center of the great of spreading 'Some of the more shallow "Ahead this fall lie a half

Germany,Colombia,, problem of religious liberty, of informing oneself. and poorly: balanced attacks doyen more great reforms -
Spain, Argentina, which the forthcoming authority In the
on upon schemata on the Pastoral
Puerto Rico and Mexico, was "There exists r
session of the Ecumenical: an Church," :Monsignor! Tanner Duties of Bishops; Revelation
held two days earlier than and to
Council will give us valuable struct viewed said, "caused the Italy Fatheron ; the Church in the
usual because the second self the laid
of the Pope's teachings, I interpretingChrist's Pope ;March 31, 1965, to makean Modern World: the Lay Apestolate. -
anniversary
thought. He invites us "There exists, ( ) Papers, which were received unusual declaration Education, and the
to the Faith. He produces a the religious "
Cardinal warns Formation of Priests, he
Miiision of Nombre de Dios last "He called upon Catholicsto
moral obligation for those supreme re added
Father Lipscomb' was at the love, defend and promotethe
on innovations who receive the invitation, a which we must the these
internal of the "Imagine changes
of Nombre de Dios his unity
But does In doing
saving obligation. it respond one way
\YTOV (XC) -The Church and cond.mn those documents will l Iodate"Monsignor
pre not constrain, it does not freely, that is to lay when the documents ar Tanner
the of Catholics whose contribution commented
of only
feet Congregation take away the physical liberty love and with the Library of Congress
Religion( has warned against to the Church is 'a .
of man, who must decide through force.
introducing reforms in the bitter disruptive and systematic -
for himself love.
consciously,
Church under the guise of criticism.' Irish Pressoys/

renewal.In a letter! to Father JamesM Pope Paul VIHails Dedicates Spainto Pope Monsignor Paul VI Tanner defined the said internal

Darby S.M., president of unity of the Church in nation grows in

the Conference of Major Superiors Sacred Heart these words "the urgent

of Men, Ildebrando "...11...... iron. ,.._ ...I. obligation of everyone to dehumanizationDlRl.IV
Cardinal Antoniuttl congratulated !:( Ideals and of the nourish that sense of solidarity -
Integrity
Irl.ht'nediC'tlOe
the CMSM on Its choiceof Catholic faith. of friendship, of mutual (NC) An

the challenges and opportunities Following is the message find sure footing on Na comprehension of and respectfor scholar has

of religious life as the from Pope Paul VI, dated damental truth of ef In his talk, Generalissimo the common inheritanceof stated that the process of dehumanization he-

discussion topic for its annual Pius XII, Discorsl e Franco referred to the "10- doctrines and morals, of I which
meeting (June 30.July 3)), June 24, to a religious! convocation messaggl: Vol 7, p. ) ( ) ever clal and economic betterment obedience and of unanimityin called\ the greatest single

in San Francisco June If therefore, men of Spanish workers to whichwe the Faith that must distinguish threat to values today was
nut Cardinal Antoniuttl 27 concluding I ceremonies!! of the same Father by aspire and which we are Catholicism" "very far forward"", in American '

said, "In have some been sectors introduced Innovations there marking the 20th anniversary tions are part of the attaining" Generallssl "Change has ever been a society,

which opposed to the of the signing of great human family, \ in the Franco, many state dignitaries part of the human condition," Father t :Molalte :Median
are
spirit which should animate the United Nations charter.To the grave duty of ( and thousands of other Monsignor Tanner said. now of St.ndrr"1 Priory,

peace, seeking it, ; na people received Duly Communion \alyermo California, addressed
those who are consecrated to Our Venerable Brother "What l I. different today Is
(;od." Martin J, O'Connor, Titular it, proclaiming\ it. \ speed of change and the probability the general meetingof
Archbishop of Laodicca in Our p I' I'd I' cell or cere All over Spain bells were the :Mavnooth Loins of M.Patrick's .
that It will\ continue to
Renewal, he said, "Is a XXIII, who recognized In rung at the moment of consecration College\ (seminar) ).
Syria:
and existence and before occur faster and faster, affecting
seductive word care activity f'or three days
must be taken that under the : received the In United Nations the day of consecration, every department ofIlIephiloauphy Father Meehan said that in

guise of this name reforms HAVING to attend the a "sign of the times of prayer services were held in morality, relljlon seven years m California lit

are rot Introduced which ceremonies commemorating pressed the wish and churches by lay organizations "i soclulocy; trchnoloK say abundant evidence of the

could undermine the religious the 20th anniversary of the end of his encyclical throughout the natIOn ). 4hrlstianuation of NX ietv

life founding of the United Nations in Terrls, that the Monsignor Tanner said the at every level and had cometo

Renewal In the religious which are to be held in Lions, with adequate lessons 'rapidity and profundity of associate it with dehumam

life means merely the modification San Francisco from June 24 and in its structures change, like an earthquake, ration Rut he said he also

of what needs modifving to June 27, we have chosen he able to be a base shaken tee from their saw evidence of religious revival

In the structure and in you, Venerable Brother, to guard of human rights foundations the intellectual in the foiled States,

the external activities of institutes represent! us at the "Convo efficacious influence and moral systems that men particularly among Intel 11.

( in order to render cation of Religion for World peace and concord a generation ago regarded as gent young people in the universities .

item]' more efflcleent In their Peace" and to be the hearer tions : ( ) ; the laid, "is love of neighbornot immutable" .

present day apostolate" of our message of heartfelt the one who is comfortable "In this era of general The Priest warned that for
Peace, which,
good( wishes to all those! participating but the one who is a change and uncertainty one historical and sociological
!St. Augustine, Is epaeei"r
of d>
the numanuation -
this memorable reasons
in burden process
I SMOKY MOUNTAINS qiilllly of order" Is need not be surprised therefore had not reached

I O.r '.mll,. will ..J.r ..krl.ndCoOso..C celebration. work of justice, Is Bishop Sheen defined I at a crisis of obedience would
Ireland but arrive
uran4, r..n How truly right and properit gift: of God; and the ( Amerlca'i three roles In the in the Church" he said
.'"t all r..'...1....., In.pot. Is that a religious convocation good! ,,118nlOn\ : men. ( te Horld During its early history Monsignor Tanner recalled\ within the next 10 years. The
\ and
increase of
.'. rilhiilln, Rpiut sod11elh.dl.t for peace has been In he said, America was a that at the Seventh World technology,
...,. mechanistic. sociology and
""hro" sit eluded the ceremonies about
among sanctuary for the people of Congress( of the Catholic\
commemorative of the signing Prior general I perse the world, Then In World War Press held in May In New among many factors working
toward it, h* sail
4 of the United Nations FLORENCE: :, Italy ( were II it was the arsenal of the York, two of the major speakers .

r Charter 20 years ago. Father Joesph M. world, he added.America's Bishop Ernest J. Prt- LN/NNNNNN.NN.NN.1

'i,6*, \<3': What value, In 'fact, would elected prior general mission now Is mean. of Manchester, New
For
\\. ;1'- \.ll\ r the principle of the dignity of Smites! of Mary at a was to be the pantry of the world, Hampshire and Father A Must Reading

.:\ 1r ants tQ\; man, whit has been created meeting held here I "the bearer of the burdens Robert TuC'd I, S J., editor of Catholic.

_.. ) free by God; have or what Father Loftus, \I with and sorrows of the world because Civilta Cattolica In Rom Every .

4 value. would the principle of three we are the richest nation expressed grave concern over REBEL BISHOPwith
controlled : nationsenwhkh in the world, the richest the crltk.jm! :: which hat
solidarity among : h*
eal .; the entire structure of from nation in history," he said sprung up In several quarters _" "un,"""n,n,
ti
I the l'nltrdatlonl: Is supported Father .
-p'1'1' *, If the !Idea of the
universal fatherhood of God; Joseph :'II. 4 meet-
.,
\ II
excluded
tae tbth e.k..l r.ur Mind be
4 ?
I.tlftulfOI'OIrl'Iy they
Religious\! Faith nourishesIn !
Ullltlttllt! your WINDOWS LAlU' the routs of believers the

1 .j" bond! of love which, as our h* I
: il' SII
m t= predecessor! Pun XII Mated, III II IIll
ww: "unites all peoples In a com. Chicago crops

v IillZ1 'I.. -, min brotherhood, as sons of of the Servltes, has we

i : ."' ILK5,1, the same heavenly Father, Australia, Holjuim Bishop
jAW.'IcW.I 104 W redeemed by the same land From the of a

Vl VMM M>f ...! M fclvl CltM, 4555 l Saviour of the world\ and quarters In Rome, '! ",
V"lvtr ..".". mutlni Moot 4 DomiIxki working toward the same sublime Loftus will direct 1750 but in
IKK,>>| iKttt, tan, limn." twit.MKkiwy mmu.
berg of the order, "
(old" '.l Puntnmlttiiir, KMIMM destiny Any hope of a
MM 'uiu. Svppln,r>,nt t HiKwiiu better world in the future anda houses in the United i watch I' utI II

'11..1..1.... brr.fffxri peace that will last beyondthe Chicago, )Denver, .
PIGS\e: neahINH e 10 1
said
Ural, ri... .!... 1MI day is futile, unless It can and San Diego.Spacemen, on been the set itu.s



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