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Two The nnrida Calhollc, Friday, July 9, 19fiJ:

Reports Vatican Lutheran body ---- --

St. Petersburg New deanery chairmen

ST. PAUL unity committeeVATICAN ..
name
Friday, July 2, at St. Ellia- p DCCW
for
listed
year
bet h' s Mother-house, AllsCam .
CITY (NC) The Holy See and the Lutheran
.
-, New York. Miss Barbara
: Joan World Federation have net up a joint working Th .t"1 f..., t,....., M Ih. III...... r.u.11 .t r.'h",
High, daughter of ........ ... ....
Mr and Mrs. William E. group to explore the possibilities of future contacts be. w."' .. Ibb rflnr. S..a 'hol..... Ur rue 1M. u.,

High; of St. Paul parish, was tween the two communions PresidentMrs. Home and SchoolAssociation
among 24 postulants to receive The 14-mcmber body is Lhe I first In which the Roman Max Bender

the habit of the Sistersof Catholic Church is dealing with another church at a 1675 Siesta Drive Mrs. Paul Palmeter

St. Francis. Sarasota 322 Talbot St.
world level. The announcement
The new Joint working I Venice
TampaMOST of its establishmentwas group's activity will be limited 4 ''Iee-rresident

HOLY REDEEMER made simultaneously to studying the posilbill- Mrs Elmer Taetr Youth and Vacation Camp

Father John X. Llnnehan, (July 5)) by the Vatican ties of future contacts and to. 1922 Michigan Ave. Mrs. John Brejaclc
collaboration In study and action
pr -tor of Most Holy Redeem Secretariate for Promoting between the federation I h, '. Englewood 417 Cedar St.

er parish has announced that Christian Unity here and and the Roman Catholic SecretaryMrs. Englewood
tl'2 Sunday Mass schedule for by Lutheran World Federation Church and to making Robert Peterson
t'' s church has been changedto Committee on Cooperatingwith
in Gen 217 Talbot St.
headquarters recommendations to authorities u t
7. 8::30.]( 10, 11'30: and the i North Port Charlotte Confraternity of
of the respective c If'
; Christian Doctrine
liijprl to 9am. eva.The : ., ,
announcement came churches Ii Treasurer Mrs. John Blrdsall

Lauds missioners one day before the start of The Catholic members of .. Mrs. John Parker Box 755
the first formal theological 4722 27th St. West
BradentonFamily
the new body arei For Women's Guild
at
Tarpon Springs
DIBLIV (NC-The) Prime discusions held In Baltimore Bradenton
between representative of Bishop Hermann Volk of Life and Parent
Minister of Sierra Leone has
said here that Irish Holy the United States Bishops' Mainz, Germany; Bishop Jan Father William H. Neuhaus of St. tary; Mrs William Lehman, corns- ApoMolate of Public Oplnlon- Education Traffic Safety'

Ghost Fathers "saved my Commision for Ecumenical Willebrands, secretary of the Ignatius Church in Tarpon Springs secretary; Mrs William Pier i a 11, LJbrsrles. and O'Donoghue LiteratureMrs. Mrs. Louis Carsten

country from illiteracy when Affairs and of the US. National Vatican tecretariate for uni congratulates the new officers of his treasurer ; Father Neuhaus; Mrs. 2548 Tulip James St. 108 North Hyde Park Ave.

the country's British masters Lutheran Council. Two ty; Bishop Hans MartensenS.J. parish Women's Guild: from the left, Joseph Guiliani president; Mrs. Roy Sarasota Venice
were endeavoring to lower of the participants In the ., of Copenhagen; Father Mrs. Norman Cullen recording secre Fuller vice-president,
the standard of education." Baltimore I I conversationswere Peter Blaeser M.S.C., of the Catholic Charities and Publicity and Public
named to the Inter Johann Adam Mohler Institute .
Sir Albert Margal on a new ---- Foreign Relief Relations

state visit to Ireland, thankedthe national working group: Monsignor for ecumenical studies in Founder dies Mrs. Frances Alexander Mrs. Karl Bruning
Irish missionaries for William W. Baum of Paderborn, Germany' ; Monsignor Coming eventsSarasota 1275 38th St. 5913 13th St.
Washington, secretary of theBishop's Baum; Father Johan Sarasota
making Sierra Leone "one of BradentonInlnaallonll
WEST PALM BEACH: NC)
(
the most literate countries in commission on ecu' nes Witte SJ., professor of Bradenton, Palmetto at Holy Name Priory San An.
Africa," He added: "I wish menism, and the Reverend Protestant theology at Rome's Venice, Nokomis tonio, July 23-25, Father Mal. Father Lor e n 10 Spiral! Civic Participation and and Inter
many mars Irish missioners Warren A, Quanbeck professor Pontifical Gregorian University Englewood; and North Florida com McGuinn C.P., retreat O.S.A., 82, who founded Vil- InitiationMrs.<< American Relations
would come over." of systematic theology at ; and Father Yves Con parish areas, retreat for master. lanueva University in Havana Stanley Hytrek Foreign StudentsMrs.
Luther Theological Seminary, gar OP., of Strasbourg, at St. Leo 421 Hernando Ave. Edward Knob
nets Abbey, July Women of all areas, retreatat Cuba, died here on July 4
St. Paul, Minnesota }France theologian and Vatican 911, Father F. Schroder S.J., Holy Name Priory, San Antonio after a brief illness. Sarosota 441 Mahon Dr.

St. Petersburg Earlier this year, the unity council expert. retreat master. Florida, July 30, 31 and He came back to the United Civil Defense Venice jt

secretariate named representatives The Lutheran World Frrlrrat Clearwster, Dunedin, Indian August I. Father Malcom Mc. States in 1060+ as an exile :Mrs. Edward J. Schmit Speakers' Bureau
to a Joint committee Guinn C.P. retreat master.
Ion rl'pre.t'ntath are Itorki, Largo: Safety shortly after Premier Fidel 723 Torrey Pin Mrs. Thomas Edmonds
for consultations with the
ALPINEThe World! Council of Churches headed by Itlshop Hermann Harbor, New Port Rlchey Dedication of towering I Castro closed the Catholic Sun City Center 145 Crest Dr.

which while of Dlefrfrlblnger of Munich I Tarpon Springs, Lakeland, Cross, Se"ll'mbf'rIiAlllln: university In lIavana lie originally Constitution and BjLi Englewood
an MW Nursing Horn 100 composed who It heart of the ":vln<<1'11- Brandon Plant City Melbourne \iimbre de Uloi, St. Auguv : came to the U S. from Organization and
for the finest in Hurting over Orthodox Anglicanand cal Lutheran Church in Bavaria Cocoa Beach Eau: line Italy in 1902 and Joined the Development ReportsMrs.
Protestant churches Is
Horn Care Gallic; I'alm Bay Patrick Augustinian in Philadelphia Mrs. Frank DavidsonR Walter Frost
not entitled to speak for anyone Dedication of Cathedral of in 1908. He
I6T-45TJ Air Force Base, Rnckledge was ordained to 1765 Floyd St.
R 2, Highland Shores
1454 21st A.,.. South of them. Other members are the areas, retreat for women at St. Augustine, December 8. the Priesthood in 1916. Ten Palmetto Englewood
Reverend Jerald C. Brauer, Eucharistic: Congress, St. later he was assigned
The establishment of the Holy Name' Priory San An- jean
dean of the divinity school Augustine{ February 20, IW.! to Havana. Besides Historian
founding
Catholic Lutheran working<< Ionia Florida, July Ml, Father Spiritual Development and
Edouard C. Craig body was seen as setting<< a and professor of church his E:, J. drey C.SSU., retreat Dedication of Votive the university, Father !Spiral! Mrs. F Lee Thomas Retreats
Contractor and Distributor precedent fur other committees tory at the University of Chicago master Church, Mission of Nombrede built two churches in Havana P.O. Box 1072 Mrs. Robert I-ucto
for for talks with repreienta- ; Dr. Quanbeck of St. Dies St. Augustine, April and established a free medical 305 68th St. 281 10th A\i. Nest
Vilion; Mettt, C.ramiaand : lives of other churches Paul, who Is vice chairmanof Forty Hours Devotions, lit.JUIIh 17, 19G6. clinic for the city's poor. Holmes Beach Bradenton.
Mosaic Tiles the LWF's tommision on Hospital, Tampa ,
l7-4th St. So. 347-4101 The Lutheran World Fed' theology; Dr. K. E. Skyds- starting July 11, 6 a m., Mass
eratlon Is a free association gaard who is In charge of the at 6 a m. and holy hours at
of Lutheran churches. Whileit work of the LWK's new Center S p.m. on July 11, 12, 13. CLEARWATERBetty

has no power to legislatefor for Ecumenical Research Women of all areas, midweek
ROOFfUEHUM them or to interfere with at Strasbourg; Dr. VllmnsV'ajta retreat at Holy Name + s'' ,fit bk' 'aa

CUANID their full autonomy, it can research professor at I'riory, San Antonio, Florida r V 'IT K. O'Brien
act as their agent in matters the Strasbourg institute; Dr. July 1J-15, Father F. Schroder 'ir. wt.Jlslt" 1wVai
they assign to It. There are Kurt Schmidt Klausen, LWF' S.J., retreat master.St. : i Company
more than 80 million Luther general secretary, and Dr. Des Itavw a1. h. a.. UN
Petersburg Gulf ,
an. in the world, and 53 mil Carl H. Niu the federation's port
Tallahassee', retreat for women ;t-::
lion of them belong<< to associate general: secretary .1 an .
Holy Name Priory San
:, 14 WOUM CAtOfttlfl churches which are membersof Dr. Skydngaard Dr, Quan- M1 Vi
Antonio, July 18-18 Father E.
SM iMflM fa
the LWF. beck and Dr. Vajta have all
served as observer delegatesfor J.ter.Grey C.SS.R., retreat mat The J. Orlindo Co. Inc.ROSARIES I

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The Florida fatholir ..... ,.. .......... ,
Friday July 9. 1965 --- -- A W V-V' '-' -" -' To help Philippines


Holy Father defends :tf

Bishop's idea based on


idea of Catholic Action
workers
Peace Corps

ROME: (NC) Pope Paul VI has defended the idc

of Catholic Action against a mounting storm of criticism, WASHINGTON' (NC) A Philippine Bishop who

echoed even in last YE'ar'a ecumenical council discussions. lAYS he adopted' the idea from the Peace Corps Will; :a

Although critic might hit young; Americans to teach in the schools) of his dioc<:'c

the mark in aiming at particular ion. a network of benevolent In an interview with NCWC News Service Bishop

defects he said "they projects: if you will but m Mariano Gaviola of Cabanatuan said the tremendous
do not touch the of fact economic' administrative
essence of the Peace Corps in
jour structure They do not bureaucratic often concerned cess Bishop Gaviola] said trat

see the goodness truly Christian with particular andtemporal the Philippines! prompted some Peace Corps won",, )
and ecclesial. of the affairs a gatheringof ... ., him to seek American lay have been made honor I .v

on which your movement pnnciplcs closed groups, for those \t; help for his diocesa! in citizens of Philippine mun

is founded." attuned to clerical jargon incapable v I s1y; which there are 33 Priests polities, an honor which

The Pope spoke on June 28 of being open to new for half a million Catholics rare even for a Bishop \

to presidents Catholic of Action Italian organizations diocesan currents." of history and soon Most Holy Redeemer parish HNS officers installed Tampa "Of course!, many of them can mlsslonen promise a American similar" experience

of he sod
gathered In Rome fora On the contrary the Tope Charles Hensel. left installed of. Joseph Croteau marshal; Law treasurers and Father John X. are only nominal Catholics," The prelate gratitude.who Is al) o
convention said loyalty said Bishop Gaviola "but I
pleasure, )ou and I' confidence gives us ficers of the Holy Name Society of rence Roy secretary: Robert Bo- Llnnehan pastor. really)) can't blame them for secretary general of the Ph.l-;)

He said he had such esteem Most Holy Redeemer parish in dine president: Russ William that-our supply of trained ippine Bishops' Catholic \\t\-\

for Catholicrtion that he "Your ardor your wisdom Tampa recently' : from his left vice-president' ; Bernard SnMey personnel is so small But si fare organization said that
ass ready to defend It again! banishes every hint of mediocrity the only Catholic country in other members of the coun

critics "", ho'Ole... often every suspicion of VIC the Orient, the! Philippines try's hierarchy share his desire

reach our ears" UOUMWM from your Catholic hal been a showplace for for American lay help
Action And we" hope' our affection Archbishop cites/ plotters Experimentsin Christianity. If it Is lost the "We will pay their! transportation
These critics suggest it is If they wish and a
our prayers and benediction cost will he great for it Is
an organization which "hat salary too-of course It will
will be secure pledges often difficult to
more re-
had its day; an old fashioned. of its always fresh and Mexican demonstration atones liturgynot Christianize a country than to he based on a Philippine
formula a movement entirely vital validity teacher's salary scale.
evangelize! it the first time
superficial and mechanize This Is in contract he said he explained. Rlshop Gaviola said that
ed' complicated and burdensome to "certain excellent spirits for communists'attacks on Church proper the mission,,'" would be
In structure: a system who Bishop davlola believes housed with some of the finest
arising among our ranks .
.. ..
11..11. ( >
i r m MI*
completely dependent on discipline (hat Americans ran play an Catholic families in the Philippines.
where pretend to give Catholicism If..11.... f..m ..* .., said "but It must not be confused (hrlMlan rl\11I1.1111111 and true will) follow In proposing<< Illurglral -
and rule In be
Important
authority preventing "Theirs will a
an separated and day he said "in an act of
expression with license" to oflt'ndpt'act'ful MfxImnKin\ would' be destro changes
obedience' prevail over liberty the hrlktlanltitlon of the great human experience," he
kilter with that which
out of apology of deep respect for and the ed."
citizens religious >
and originality of express the holy Church proposes for human dignity. the family! beliefs of the Mexican "Only those elements art Philippines."Americans. added

its valiant sons; an expression innocence and justice" people. Archbishop Marques cautioned to he set forth which already art tremendously

anxious to free itself from "This gigantic gathering" the crowd not to replyto manifest some sort of certainty popular In our country Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach the humble discipline of the he added "asks for freedom Thru he prayed that "God anti Catholic outbursts with on the part of the Con. ," he said "and furthermore -

Church community proper, freedom' to worship and believe. '. mav, bless this (country defending violence saying: "1 want my cilium Others although they all of our people wantto

and likewise disposed to the freedom to express our It from the comma- words to be words of justice may have been discussed and learn and perfect the English : .
CI RO'S criteria of others even religious creed' without fear Gist l menace because' 'If re' and peace. We must not replyto examined frequently will language"
though these criteria be het. that someone can violate this peat H again and again If outrage with further outrage simply he omitted if they BEACONAmbulance
Cui+om Made Drp. this doctrine should ." seem not yet sufficiently
erogeneous and invalid for a basic right"'Liberty perverse
NORGREN LAWN
Carpet Silos! I Service good and conscientious Christian is a heavensent triumph then our govern' The recent antirehglous Incidents mature Service

2650 N. Dult Freeway ." lift of God, the Archbishop. meat, patriotic traditions climaxed a long seriesof Rxpressioni u Con allium. such "it' has Isw xcmnn 1\s''
New Smyrna 461.2612 communist inspired( activities as .,/11111511 fclllM'
that began about fouryears pleased the Fathers" or "the ...... ".,., ........
F l lr ago when four Mexicanstudents Fathers have given their alb .n..iii ... MiiiMMw 11111 atIMWIIMt .

.AYTONA I returned to Puebla vole" or "they have approved BEAR'SWell
from communist Cuba. ." are to be acceptedin
a broad 'I'n'l' That Is.Notltlae Drilling
jjJ'JJ These Incited their Irtlnw said 'they show the PRINTINGItMtr
1Jd ... students U what has turned mind of the Concilium not rV.il end OffittCtwcKmsn SprinliUr SystemsPump

InU a constant campaign the definitive solution to Printing c. Rtptlrt

MART mint the (hurt-It la purtlc- questions In the pursuit of t. tUHwir, lt.wt

i alar and authority general' thf'lrol'k., a matter can be CL 2-4214 'IJIM' l..K.r.t..G"to.t..nWind. t If
established otherwise new
Government authorities for
W.... elements arise I Y..r
hesitated to take
.ti a long time

114 North BocK $*... Jt4i action adopting a boys will "It Is especially superflu 77-mi
out to note that the judgmentof ,
1MI boys" attitude Parents I Hfttltf I
PKon 2SS-M7* blamed themselves A I'uebla the r"nllllum! constitutesno

r tr1rrT V'Y businessman said definitive binding approbation rule for ultimate by supreme 255.3681

.. ;.. "Th,.* youngsters who art authority S2T N.. AHt"....t
SI SIMMtS \ r creating disturbances, sometimes Symbolof
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: hurting or even killing T w a proposals, reported I
ja
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each other are our sons cut nf the enmmlltees of experts
NNSINeMKee
... .- '" Some of them art Ideological at work within the ('onsillum JIM'SGOLF
-,( Lead Paramedics at Central Catholic, Melbourne Ty nn the far left others on err published In ,15 LAND Service

the far right! Unfortunatelyboth !Notlllae.
New officers of the Central Catholic office from outgoing secretary Jane ,td.. are ailing wrongly 0,1..1"9 1"9' for

High School Paramedics' Club of GI'OM. new offirets Margaret OCon- Violence does not create till On. concerned the generalprinciples s 1 Mi.tr.,

..e Melbourne were installed recently As nor Germalne Stcolo, Cynthia Fabric economic and political I I peace or criteria for cairn the Golf 49 Years
M.M reform of liturgical
Jennifer Doant receives' her duties of and Christine' Mitchell look on. we need to do business Hut concerned tlit
dar The other
Complete
somehow it's our own fault .
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The Life of Our Lord Sacred Scripture



Catholic CommentOn Time of John's emerging God's promise to David endures


By Hit returrecnoB md

practicing religion from desert exploredALL PRACTICALLY all of the glorification lie hat been established -
hie I : h God King forever our
made to His people in the Old
King.
that most of us know Testament period were condi
PEOPLE find they can take their away as |possible are the "religion John the Baptist tional. He would fulfill this or Father \\e are members of His

popular attitudes toward must be in the heait" adherents. They in the desert is what he ate that promise on one condi John J,1 kingdom, and within the

religion\ today. No one can help noticing consider the first group hypocrites, and what he wore. He wore a ttt tion: that they be faithful to nlelot framework of this kingdomwe

which is an accurate judgment. Theydo garment whose shape if it Him. achieve salvation and ultimate
two of them which to be at
appear not believe in churches and ceremonies had any shape is not told us. Frank J. glorification. And of Hii

opposite ends of the pole The one is or formal prayer and sacraments it was made of camel's skin- r absolute There was only one really kingdom there shall be no

.11\ for external show in religion; the What they do believe is BO the nomads used the same Shiedanyone 'was that promise the royal, and line that of end.But

other wants to bottle Itp and hideit vague, they cannot find human Ian. material for making tents. D.ldIOuld endure forever.It to the holy Land in 538. it was if His kingdom Is (
to it. Around his \l'aistl'1S a stripof the Priests who took over reality and we are part of It,
express
"inside. guage leather. was the prophet Nathan their rule. The royal line was of what relevance to us Is the

The "religion is a show" attitude, of They tell you God is everywhere He ate, so Matthew and who first delivered this message by no means extinct not psalmist'i prayer for its establishment .

course, is of ancient origin. Probablythe and you do not have to look for Himin Mark tell us, locusts and wild and Satan had no of hope, assuring Davidin physically at any rate but Of what relevance

most expert practitioners of it a hot building. Prayer is possible honey; the locust was a flying means of knowing that they the name of the Lord that politically it had been re indeed!

were the Pharisees The Gospels pre. anywhere, and no one needs Priestor insect about two inches long: were the sign of signs the royal line started by him duced to impotence Juda Do 'we not pray dally, In

sent a detailed picture of those men minister to lead to it. And so on. the Bedouins still eat them We know that the Pharisees would never die out. Not that was a tiny satellite of the words taught in by the Klnl11Imit'll
have the most convenient form dried in the sun and salted to would later be asking themselves the great king's successor mammoth Persian Empire-
who went to great pains to visit the They : "thy ktagdtm
taste and ultimately asking would alt be faithful to their a kingdom without king
and observe all\ the of religion, for it makes no demandson come"As ?
temple ceremonies, this sombre
John if he were the Messias. heavenly mandate; but even It was against
What he ate and what lie
to pray In public and to find witnesses; them and gives them Sunday off have The Devil could hardly have though they should betray background that the author of long as He ii not en

while fasting and giving alms. The and keeps God deep in their hearts, wore little must to John It mattered not avoided wondering too. their sacred trust, God would psalm l 131 composed his throned to reign supreme in
very : was
more they were seen and praised, the even while they are shattering His merely asceticism that took not extinguish the royal line. prayerful plea to Yahweh the heart and soul of each one
considered them. commandments.. Anyhow, devil or no devil Punish lie would, as demanded of us; as long as His kingdomdoes
religious
more they
him into the desert he could a time came when "the wordof His but He reminds God of Ills
by justice
pelves. While they seemed perfect externally Fortunately for mankind, neither of have been ascetical at home. the Lord was made unto He would neverthe promise to Da\ld and bent not embrace every

we have Our Lord's word for these attitudes tells the true natureof Solitude was what he wanted John the son of Zachary, In less, because preserve He had given Him to fulfill them In this face single! of human the earth being on the
as long
;
It that their hearts were corrupt. religion Religion demands more the solitude In which the the desert And he came Into His 'Aord.The dark hour of Hit people's hittorv. that kingdom must struggle is

than public lip service and attendanceat soul I ailed all the country about the Jordan .
And there are many today who strong to It kings of the line of against the diabolical forcesof

think of religion, too, solely in terms church. It requires, first of all, be. reaches maturity most sure preaching for the the remission baptismof David, with a few notable exceptions Because of the length and evil which seek at every
of lief in all that lie teaches through His lye penance theological importance of this turn and by
externals. As long as they go to of slm" (Luke J, 2))1. turned out to be dismal every means to
church and drop a dollar here and Church. That is one part. It further An earlier column discussed disappointments psalm \\e shall devote two thwart its advance; as longas

there and gain the label of being a demands that we harmonize our conduct the way in which con A time came, I say, but articles to It. And just why is it groans in travail strain
did Luke They dragged their people it so important Of what concern toward that end
good: Christian, they consider them. with our beliefs, that we keepCod'i templatives relate their own just when it comet leg I time
dates it with quite extraordinary behind them to eventual to us Is the psalmlst'lpreoccupation when it wil reach iU defini.
moral law vocation to the Hidden Life
elves very religious Indeed They are abundance telling us who tragedy in spite of the rev with the fortunes live and eternal perfection-
of Jesus in Nazareth and
the ones who use two elastic standards Lastly, true religion Insists that noted that there immediate was reigning I I everywhere, pealed and crystal clear: l of the royal line of just so long we can cry out

rf morality. One for Church, the other man worship God not as he pleases or resemblance was no between .- and who was high priest. But warnings of the prophets" David* with the psalmist and beg

for business, home and pleasure. They when he feels like it, but in the manner the life of an enclosed all the people he names cover In 598 B. C. King Joachin The answer lies. in the fact God to remember' His promises .

find religion is just great, because and at the time which God Himself monk or nun and the life of a long space of years. (fjechonia!' ) was deposed by that God. in His Inscrutable made of old to David renewed

they make sure it never interferes has decieod. True religion must embrace a carpenter plying his trade And the one statement that the Babylonians and forced wisdom, chose this line is the in and through Christ
to the into exile In 587 his uncle Instrument of man's salvation and In
ought beginning repeated
pinpoint "
Kith what they want. these three things in the soul of under the eyes of the whole .rYlenera.
of John's ministry-"the Sedccia who had been appointed and the eternal plan of lion to all who are membersor
At the other end of the pole as far each town But John really did livea
person to take his place, was salvation Is of
Hidden Life. fifteenth year of the reign of prime importance could be members of the
Tibet! Caesar" turns out defeated after a stupid rebellion to all of us kingdom which offers salvatmn '

When we think of holy men to be no pinpoint after all against Babylon and he, It win from the house of to ill who submit to iti

In a desert two names springto << \\'e cannot be certain whetherthe together with the rest of the David that the King of kings rule of love

Father Micha! V. Gannon mind' Instant!}-Our Lord first year of a Roman em population was deported to was born. He was the perfect. We shall look more closely

Minion of Nombrt Do Diet with hit forty days, St. Anthony peror's reign was twelvemonths the land of the conquerors the undreamed of fulfillment at this significant psalm Ut

with his seventy or from his accession When the people returned of God t promise to David next week

eighty/ )ean. or merely what remained of

ChApt6RS IP the calendar year in which Pope Paul VI
CjR6c\t With both of thl'me associate
his reign began
the prowling of the
With Tiberius there I Is a I

tol l CAtholic histoRy Devil tempting- tempting Anthony i and Christ physically ; tus further had complication.appointed him Augus as Church's externals foster pietyFollowing

assaulting him as well
what we should now call a coadjutor .
We do not know of course, Is a translationof necessary you will know how how
with right of succession to see it and discover it
Chapter 100F.TIIER pleasure, offering to give It by the wardens during his whether John was tempted by two years before hit the speech!' delivered by to correct the impression of Interior magnificence is In Itt
to the Most the Devil, jet it seems altogether Pope Paul M
John McEncroe. Illustrious Bishop stay own death recently to a undue external appearancewhich very size, which ia like i
(Knglandl;: In the name of the probable general weekly audience on have
he 1 Luke may have been counting we mentioned so solemn act of faith. It is in
i I. Tlpperary faithful Catholics of this pur Bishop Pnglund: ;: recorded Satan could I not have from that the Church monuments and that It It the faithful and adequate its
appointment| extraordinary richness ot
ordained (for the )bur
newly ish ai a gilt to the City of In his diocesan paper (he missed all the messianic talk and those scholars who think pageantry as an aid to inter. definition of the Catholic figures
inscriptions s r m
Charleston
of arrived
case on l'lIltl'dtutu! Catholic :\1111'
Charleston then in the air. And it had nal pietyTHE I
board: ship at St. Augustine on eellaii) that lather lloland w that he "was have one strong religion as well as of the bols: in Its offering of secret

October 21, 1823. That entry was the last lift Charleston for I East: llori-I that special it had importance for no other for ,him because argument on their side theme of this brief spiritual Rome.genius of the Churchof places of spiritual refuge the

Sent bv Bishop England recorded act of M.lIjtU'lt da on January 26, IH'M. he knew that the One It would mean that John at the generalaudience most attractive of which it
tlnc'i first Hoard of 'hrdl'ns.'hrn Is offered to ut by (hit central one called:! the
with faculties; of one month'sduration who was to tome would crush began his inlmlon ,la the year first of all. It will .be hern. "
he was maintained \\ the records Our next! news of him his head. X and there .Is no reason to the immediate and common nary to observe that the evlernal Confession, where the
without salary, In a private and t'l'! returned vines f!rum the tame organin think that that was a S.bbal"ral impressions which we well manifestation! of rellglout tomb of the Apostle for whui

home, The \la.'dcns'rre. do months later a year the old four. the September! following, John was not to he over trar.Every know are aroused in the feeling It nut only the basilica hat been constructed
corpora.tion ) when the Bishop commentedon looked minds of our visitors especially legitimate but because ia hidden
lighted to have a Priest, their necessary, -
defunct and
first since Father was a new attacks made in M. Augustine seventh )year, as we on their first contact of the very nature of The grandeur and the rx
Gallagherten
one had been established. His strange t improbable have noted there with. tenor
months before.Apparently against Father lloland wit no religious Home and with man. appearance which yon
What happened in the interim and his "Romish practices" "ollc.pllon-of a mother too towing of the fields, no prunIng this Roman basilica tee are not empty emphasis

d u r I In g hit is not clear by Elcaicr Lathrop, a Piesbvterlan old for child bearing and an of the vineyards, all at away From these exterior signs They are a solemn hymn of
short May lather Mel::nrroc In all (events a more rigid minister newly ar elderly priest was a nine- of acknowledging that Among these Impressions, he It stimulated to interior which all can and must seek
corporate structure was organized days' wonder in and about the we consider one on which a activity and it In
nude a favorable Impression, rived In the town "Mr! the land was Ciods. Farmersdid expresses the profound sense
a* evidenced by this labored and given l legal I Lathrop," wrote England: Temple, Satan could not have the barest minimum In Judgment not only of the entire exterior signs, giving it ful

entry of November 13 In the status by the Territory of "looks upon the Itoman failed to hear of It. the excitement that year They had time on city (of Rome), but also ness of significance and social Here It the voice of tangible

Spanish language minutes of Florida on December 30, 182t Catholic Church in St. Augustine must have spread to their handa: so had all the of Roman (alhollrltm, ran value (cfr St Thomas beasts raising a paean U

the 'wardens: The new terms of lncor|>oia- to be a Temple of Idols- Hell. The child was worth city dwellers whose work was be bated. The Impressionwith 2. :, II, 71. It is the same spiritual beauty Here II the

bon defined with greater precision try and considers Mr Roland watching bound up with the produce of which we are now concerned with language In relation to expretthe abundance of art

"Tht Presblter Don Juan than before the various as not one whit more I In And then there were the the farms. It thai of external appearance thought It is the tame with for the evpretilnn and the in-

McEncroe having shown the duties and tenures in office of his Christianity than a pure Priestof long yean In the desert And this would explain howit *. art.We redaction of the illent abut

wardens of this parish church the Board of hardens, and Apollo." There was, of course, no descent was possible for ".11 the The greatness of the must recall that the entire dance of the spirit
monuments
his desire to purchase the stipulated that elections to of a dove upon John no country of Judea and all theyof divine economy of the
What
sliver The same Issue of the Miscellany the baroque style with. we are saying about
cup, or ciborlum whichis the member board should voice from heavenbut: these Jerusalem" to go out to which Incarnation contains a provide this
found deposited| In the he held each year on or near carried an open( letter things had never happened to see John Mark 1 many are decorated, nt t la I visible aspect It exceptional monumentwe
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the solemn and
can
about ,
Chest of Jewels, because the April 1. to !Mr Lathrop received froman sumptuous lakes created and sensible say Catholic

Church at Charleston lacked Also In 1824:! St Augustinewas anonymous Friend 1 to ceremonies, the importance things and transforms them Rome Someone wrote in the

such a piece the Corjwration) visited: by another newly Candour" in St. Augustine. attached to clothing and pro. Into the sacred iifnt of uncreated last century a famous book
in virtue of this full of grati ordained Irish Priest from Question boxNicene tare) everything teems to attract and Invisible realities on The Perfume of Rome \

tide for the effectiveness and Charleston, Father Francis! In Its tI'll'nIIf I'athrr llo attention to the striking Therefore. the religious someone else oa "Rome of

good services of the said Itoland Of his ministry there land and the I parish, the Idler appearance of the buiMmgt. UN ot external. provMed It the Heart," end to on

Priest agreed that they we It'arnI'I'Y little front the resealed' the uriisltlvllv of the Creed of the things and of the ceremonies n not iurttitMHit or an endin It K necessary to know hewto
( Hi hollo Inhubilants I to; mars) unchangedin dueler this
would Rive It to him and he misting moid: particularly itself serves a* a garment secret attraction
.
accepted It with the greatest sore no I11IOUIl'Ill'1'1 kept. preitchinenli' from Protestant Some might say that one for clothing. the divine renhtiet of the Eternal: Cuts, or
newcomersnv notes everywhere here a rather of the
: purr Cathode.
.
new liturgy's wording rendering them acceciible -
pone of greatness. of pomp. of to Church which !knout how to
our cognitive faoultiei
\ Oil.I ho knew St.AUlCuh"lIIe sensible prwtxxtmM. of choreograph make ue bv aa admirable

M. J. Murray pievlous to theihxiiKe Q. Mould vuu pint ri ( Her* are more evcrrpli ) of 'f'MtIrlph; It presides us Uk a veritable Meal tvithesii of visible

: of governments t plain whv. -In Ihr new liiurv (fruit letters I have received ..)e. open. marvel and become earthly tribute offered( things. ut order to trend to

would have inhumed! you that -the word 'dird has beendeleted il.oui change, In the lilurjt spellbound IM meanwhile le heavenly nujrtly. the mvMiMe

but there were few places, if any from the ;sterna They are nut selected; limply the heart withers. and Certain) the religious I I i Ma, therefore our visit to

Strange true (>n the continent America, (reed ("crurlfied and lain in .rder from the top religious feellni. Mine point tignt of retlgMw, late all the Michelangelo. basilica ran"

where there was more order ass burled,") of the huge stark.I out loses .it uiUnvt.v.. tit thm f of which AM mkM vow sprit* to the vision of

mote uptight morals andnrorc The depth and u dispersed ia external ute M* t be the visible and inn 111M.'
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literatlv. lhl
'UI1II'III'IIII\ happiness are great They bring out the ap.iearanxe which I eenfto)ed. tar always. reflect ('hurt h v h,, h 'lf precise'the ,.
than not to substantiate
St help Ihr
m Augustine: ,
heretical view real meaning of what the' easily becomes conventioMl at tartans 'historical on traction)! of God' I

ItI as not (hen, indeed, I Christ that perhaps Priest u doing. not just and profane moment, the taste and the 'rtr 'I the m .tuII e<
refuge for bankrupts in fame when lie* not laid really dead making motions at the altar And then the modern owl<< metitalrtjr elf the times fIn wr.'-, fhmt nmwl/, ?

and fortune: It was not a tomb? was In the and speaking In I languagewe << which' no longer poMettea the Therefore we moderns who building 'I w(n build m/

mart for place hunters, It did do not understand He It tamer resources of the roman- are expert in the asstttment Church i Matt 11. 1117htFlorid.l

not exhibit a scene of fraud This change has caused mea asking ut to Join with him at ties nor the capacity of teis- of the artittir phenomena' ,

and chicanery; justice was great deal .f consternation that sacrifice in our own ing the severe and magaant- will tastes wUhnfly to the

not expensive( and unattainable perhaps more than warranted language/ moos language of cliMiral words of the recent Coflttjtatien .

yet ItI It all that tmf'undrr' I forms, easily feels extraneousto oa the Sacred Liturgy
cannot help but think that
the influence of a re' this external scene, often wfcstfl supports m the
.\. There has been no for many who are one
I IK.:ion which keeps the people\ change no delation! The about the changes complaining Judea It anachronistic\ and It band the use of art as the Cdrhoich [

in unoiaiiio l and which !incul word died' was never .in the' the Mast has become nothing no longer moved. Perhapsone wwetty friend and faithful
raid and de marvels, sad if one is handmaiden
superstitious of
| Sic-ene Creed del the oldest more than a routine of stand sacred -ortMp. .
mnrali/ing principles r mifsal you can find aid! lookit amid tilting and kneeling, to still in search of true spiritual while en the other hand. ..,. ...., ,,w..
One tact Is unquestionable, comfort cites. admits to It redo.' mends today tint "..,., ,
; INalMatliealea, 'e/ Up! It Is in the Apostles that when this routine U artpUced ., ... es.iseesa..s
z e that M Augustine ii notea Creed that we make explicit. broken they balk. being disappointed' by Ute tn the service of wore aI, .awl... ..-., /Ibis'/.
M.
'flits sr>ra, r waaaOa a w. degrees lower in every pointof expression of our Faith that great "litptctlll'l of ship should be marked by -.... -0 "H'

n.tei.aur a wg ,I1 ail VIQITTIOr4MINtM.act a1e.eMe view, both religious and Jews died. It would seem I am a convert and have al-\ Rome simple and. noMe beauty e ., '- 1. .
rcurs.tnCAa awp,45n Mnfr, M political than It was whilst was been very proud of my This will certtinty not be rather than by It A. "
ce mere .
oowrwasaawnrcna that in the late 4th or early tumptuowteieii *"* '*** *****
a.Mmgeo rna.w a.r Mm.w Mir >Lc 1 t f.aannwrrmeAr.rira under a Catholic governmentand 5 S .. r under a Catholic Print Creed wa. In wets of devrlutMMvnl Dow than I ever dnl I *.>oy tee here filled with, thesfMrlttMlMy that line stwwM prevail .hi tfce .... .e .a' Of MMw eM A.IMMa'rw
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Faith/ embraces more than ritual Sharing our treasure -


have been In-
THERE proxement to be made In ourlove
reported of of Priestmissioner fells I
Catholics who have stopped neighbor has our love

going to Mass because they t for God reached its limit.

find the changes in the liturgy Father Only then can we say "Thereis of
searching fields/
so distasteful. It seems Lto J. no more to be done r many
M
Obviously
none of us ever
almost incredible that ..
one's religious Faith could any 1rn.conc.pts. does reach this upper limit. GOD generally channels

be so superficial as to regardthe That Is why we dare not precious grace of
Faith.
externals of the Mass as rest complacent In our present s through such ordinary \

being essential to that Faith. status Our Faith must agencies as Catholic friends Father
books, pamphlets attendanceat
Genuine religious Faith I.a Is be dynamic, urging us on te Mail or other Catholic John A,
further ,crort.lt .
belief in God and In all that 15t sen-ices. On rare occasions,

He has told us. and as cliantv ,. mercy our growth stops, if we however He/ imparts that O' rln Ji"
compassion Theirs wasa
assume that grace through extraordinary
we are good
It Is a belief in God's governance sterile Faith and a legalistic channels. In these
enough now and assured! otheaven cases theconversion
of the universe a 'belief attitude toward religion Is
more dramaticand
well
we draw dan
that lie has things under It was because of this. that remarkable
Jesus gerously close to the Scribes me feel as If I belonged there
control and that lie is condemned
work. them
so This is Illustrated
and In the
Pharisees of old. alwa>s.
log things out according to severely It seems tragic that conversion of Donald Nylundof

His plan. It Is a belief that He still today there should be in Bramerd, Minnesota nowa "I 1 walked Into the sacristy

loves us, that He has redeemed Christ's Church individuals of Curator forVatican's Franciscan )'riest. Father and asked If I might learn

us and that lie has similar mentality M Juniper, Third Order Regular about the Catholic religion

bound us together in a Church The majority of us have art stationed In Our Lady! of explaining that I wasn't sure

which is an extension of Him taken the liturgical .land all the Holy Rotary parish In I'd join. The Priest Father

self. otheri changes in stride As dies Coronet Oviedo, Paraguay( .Andrew Crawford of Brain
library
It always is difficult to we wrestle with strange/ "I was raised a Lutheran," erd, said he'd be glad to Instruct .

change the habits of a lifetime hymns and add our uncertain related Father Juniper "and me without placing me

especially' for those of voice to the vocalised dialogue Rom: (NCI-Father: Guy as a boy attended church and under any obligations

us who are older. But it is a of the Mall we assume Ferrari O.S B.. the American- 1 Sunday school regularly'Later "With this assurance I

travesty of Faith to think that that God knows what He is born curator of the Vatican 5 s k'Y began instructions. God so

our soul Is going to suffer and doing, whether we do or not Library's copy of the Princeton I left the church became flooded my soul with graces

that Cod's purposes are goingto Index of Christian Art I felt I could worship that I find myself looking
The law of love of God and :
be defeated! because we died!' July 1. He was 41 jean Cod just as well on my swn. back and asking In wonder
neighbor still abides.
cannot assist at Mass in silent old.The "I soon became Involved In '\\hy, t) Lord, dicM Thou

solitude. With such an attitude We continue to pray daily Princeton Index Is alebolar's spiritualism and read every rescue me from the darknessand

we align ourselves with to keep the commandments aid consisting of thing I could find on the subject draw mt so sweetly! and

the formalists of Christ's own to nourish oor..Ion the half a million reference cards 1 became so adept that safely to Thee"
era Body of Christ The and 150.000 photographs of all
I
same was able to
tap out
messages "Thea
I reallte that .H IsGod's
and
phases details of Christian
"Unless Justice heaven still awaits and
your
ex us, and even acted as a ; Infinite love thai flows
reeds that of the Scribes and the lack of chant art from its beginnings
Gregorian medium I made long to
trips out I* all who seek Him In
to the
1400. When
Pharisees Jesus said by select choir up year .
"you sung a Is not meet other spiritualists who hiiinllit
) penitence and hove
shall not enter the kingdom going to keep us from getting Cardinal Spellman presenteda had attained prominence In

of heaven" there copy of the index to Pope J some aspects of spirit phenomena "With each lemon the distinctive

The Scribes and Pharisees, Still it would be a dangerous Pius XII in 19&2. the Benedictine r.1 marks of the Church

the religious and political mistake to feel smug scholar was placed in Benedictine feast this month -.her marvelous unity hoi I-

leaders of the Jewish people, about our adaptability We charge of It. 'Hut the fakery and rlmrUlnnry ness Catholicity and Apustoliclty .

attached supreme importance may not be such compulsive lather Ferrari wh* spent St. Btnodict. "whoa' feott day doting tales *f the Sth con- supplied Kim with bread and of to ninny dlillImluned '" .-ttood out with ever,

to external rites and formalists as the Scribes and almost half his life In home, n tint _"tho ..... the founder of fury rat ...errsby Anon ondpogon motor which the young recluse 01'. and the horribleeffrch Increasing clearness Theseare

observances They criticizedthe Pharisees, but .era" confuse (lint came here after Mudv the Bonodictmo Order/ end the tr bn. It Mimed to b. drew up the cliff foce by"moom In some InMancei appalled the marks which her di.

Apostles for daring to eat the meant which are Ing<< at the llenedirtlnebhey father of Wottom monasticism, (opting 'Into borbontnt, Shameful of a b.>Ut sod repo. This me. I abandoned It IndUgiml vine Founder stamped spun

without performing<< the ritual prayer and the sacraments) .f M. Metered la Indiana The e wli..e.orld 1 / durinq" the tin was r''p."t' amongttChrittioni case near Sub<.co, which it her so that they would ids-

washing l prescribed before with the end iwhich is chart. at will m l non.boliov.or shown in the picture, it revered "At the urging of an older linguists her from all the manmade -

.,..1.. tyi' We can get Into the habit He took t degree in theology and/ the young pooplo imi.tolod by .ll onodictmot/ .. tho sister, I Joined the Congrega creeds and denomlna-

of thinking<< that because we at the Abbey of StAiuelm's Bishop for Korea tho victt. of thoir oldort.tonodict crodlo of thoir Ordor.Moving / pond Churth and remained tloni'In.
criticised Jews
They for
breaking the Sabbath rest do go to Mass, do receive the In Home and then ,....I.d by the Ittofltiowtnoti conquered nlf ..".- In It for some years chiefly May, 19M. I was retelved -
sick by sacraments and do recite certain took a PhD in Christian WtlN.lt'. Korea (NO: A of hit collogo tornponiont. diet tot about ottobUhingmonoitorot fur social reasons I was of Into the Church and a

healing a maa. prayers, nothing more archeology at the PontificalArechoologtcal native Korean convert prisoner folt God colling him" to for tindrod. souls ferret a scholarship to study peace, which the world knows

They made a great displayof remains to be dow Institute He of the communists In a abondon the thing of t" i 11 Th... boocont of religion; ondinowlodgo / bur the ConKregatumal ministry mil, flouted my soul God had

their own meticulousness However a, truthfully can came to study in Home in North Korean. jail. Father world. H. shred/ t. lonely / .t Monto Comno but refused since I did answered my try for light

hi observing etery least prescription say that no more remains to rig and except for occasional Daniel Chi HaketM was con I pIl high in the AponnmoMountaini ."cI oltowhoro ..."..d the co", nut Ix'lieve In a number of Its and trace and I wanted to

of Jewish worshipand be done when" we have developed trips to the United: States, iterated .here (June. Ml) as now .known 01 Su- pl.t. collopto of civilnotion. iliH-lriiies share His answer with all

practice. To them It wasa a habitual attitude of had bum tore ever since the liMIt Bishop of the new bioco, Hen ho 'found o doto. --" - "I 1 continued to pray to "On Jun. 6, IIl'A. I was ordained -

grater sin to mend a leaky thoughtfuJBeas 'for others, of The Heoedtrtine Priest. was dMree of \vonju. loto caorri. end dwolt thoromduring (ud, /however, begging Hun at the National Shrine

roof on the Sabbath than itwai concern for the seeds of absent from the Vatican When the communist tno following throe To protect art to Ute me In whatever way of the Immaculate Concrpi

to cheat a neighbor la a others of generosity inn Museum office for tile paetteveral closed the German Renodu yoot unknown to .D oicopt He might choose Then one turn, aihlngton.. DC. ar.d:

business deal. Ice as well as in money-in days with what was tine Monastery at Wonsan in t.rm fS Romania a Pnott. MKXICO; ( IT1(1\: (') night I earned that I was In celebrated my first Maat

To the Scribes and Pharisees alleviating the .burdens of described as a stomach illness 19-W. seminarian UMM| Chi Ro"' ."". bpi h't'; tocrot aid Annious lest church ni
salvation was to be others of compassion toward He died at Villa Stuart attempted to eocat t I. South d4ituio palntiiHis or a Priest, and weeping{ over In my home town. Now I'm

found In outward observance the weakneaaea of others and hospital Korea He was caught and other sit, wixka. inside mv |pad sins. 1h. dream Winging ('hrl.t'. light and

They were strangers to suchIMS patience with their! stupidity \ solemn. funeral Matt was tailed) far three month In the College in Rome rhunhru. the Mtxlcan goternment's haunted nit for
of easy for.IVfIMII toward shined (Julv II) al Saan- summer o( I HItIn Institute of anthropology "One evening I Ilnrd/ the, Paraguay

others and complete" freedom seams. the 'l\tOtIrdic'IJIN'' (rims January, W&fl. together" KOMi: (NC| A :38-yoer and hlntoiy has asked riMwry on the radio amt

from grudges and meat eralale hr Father Mphimt w-rtfi another seminarian. now oMmeriraa Priest has been Catheltc |"il' fi ips to submit memorised the 'Hail/ Stars Starts new paper

I I rnent Iliac S J.. prefect *f the ftlshop Victorious' Vow. Iff So named rector of the Interns any |4kM they .have to to pole fun at, Catholics. Hut

In short. onl\ when we can \ .".... library Won .he sucrtwoM m swap lional college of the" Society *'hang the ,pMttmn of altars the more 1 aid It. the more DMKUIM I IM ) Indonesia's <<

find absolutely no 'further im tag to South Korea where he uf the" Divine Word here Father The Institute. SH d In Its let ashamed 1 felt Again I II"t! first Catholic dai'y:

Guuau bins Cardinal Ansel returned his studies at, Rely Robert J. Plim ..\'.DMM .. let to the Hi hoM!| that no the dram, of the confession newiiaier. | Th lomw| ,

ORIALPSe..J HID Albareda a Benedktine GlINt major) seminars and In of Mrs T Ha.vmondFlJnn general rule would be UK! In spite of the fait of never ingest publication on June :i.

fear )?..,....Diemsa. and 'former prefect of the Pusan Ordained In I tM2 hi' of Sharon"' I'rnnnltania I down but that each cane having wen a tonfessionsl' in Jakub (Ortomo "Is *Jik'hief

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The. Florida Catholic, Friday Julj 9. 1M T The backdrop

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Where Christ appeared Hunger and Its relief equated



: : is the stark when pi'IM'it). is given!! mill

Feast of/ Sacred Heart HUNGER in a large/ part 4 tary hardware, hydroelectric

of the world today More than plants steel nulls. airports

observed r half of the eaith 3 billion In. and airplanes,
centennial
W MI n habitants goes to bed hungiyFully .

one billion are chroni JohnG Suggestion made

rARAVLh-MOMM: ., France (.Nf) Thousand of cally hungiy Another billion] U'Uricnto "'01'' the immediate future

ptlgiims flocked to this!!! French town to observe the second have poorly balanced diets I the best hope| of relief for the

centennial of the establishment of the feast of the () j Outside of a few well led worlds starving billions lies

Sacred Heart of Jesus at the place where Christ appeared nations the average life span with the United States We

to St Margaret Mary Alacoque neary three centuries is onl30 jean because undernourished of are spending( millions to disown
malnutrition In 'ige: food production in
ago. !Schut/ prior of the community families 40 times as be obsessed with a passion the United Mates and giving!

Paolo l Cardinal Marcus: ., replied that pia\eis are many children die before for rat< hmg up with the Industrialized away or selling for foreign

Archpriest of M. IMer basilica said daily at Tame for the .>rt reaching the age of & as in nations, in out currencies i which' we don't

and head of the Vatican Catholic Non.Chrrstian a d 1
Seuetariate for e Even in an enlightened na
Religions:;: as the papal dele. Scouts I t The exMcnie. of starvation lion like Russia, until the last pluses
Girl
Rate: at the celebrations on on a worldwide scale Is to few years food production Instead IIf pacing! farmers

June 27 lie told those at TI.MI'IF:: : TrRRUI: -:-Girl well advertised, M often de was subordinated to weapons not to pi,"'duce, It has been

tending a solemn :Mass that Scout Troop 229. sponsored Catholic Woman's Club, Jacksonville plored, to shameful that one development and the estab suggested t' khmild use the

devotion to the Sacred I heart Corpus Christi Church, Tem wnuld think remedying this lishment of heavy industry money to bun all that thec01l1l1rY'1

intended to combat the "gla. pie Terrace. made another Officer of the Catholic Woman's John W. Caven, third vice-president; condition would be the pri Only the minimum needed to fertile ICrt'1lm

anal religion of the Jansen. summer trip in line with their Club of Jacksonville recently installed standing, Mrs, Jack W Morgan, his mary concern of peoples and prevent hunger was produced produce and g've what we do

IMS is an antidote to the scouting program, This troop, me. from the left, seated, Mrs IvanJ torian ; Mrs Edward A Reuiirk, governments every- not need ourselves to .1111'\ Ineptoplt'

Mews of ccitain lukewarm known as the traveling Koraon, second vice-piewdent; Mrs, recording secretary; Mis Albert D. where. But this It not the In other countries.

Catholic1 In the present day have' made a trip Mrs, JohnJ. Higgins treasurer and Mrs Dan F. cave Agricultural) methods In a
troop J. Reedy Brown, president; ; : .
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Too often" he said "peo flllral'l majority of countries are ex: It would make more sense
pie tee only pious sentimentality each year for the past Priapi, first vice-president; Mrs Stouter, corresponding' ; secretary. The United States govern, tremelv primitive, This Is to Rive surplus foods than to

in this holy adoiation ) This they acme off to meet and the governments ofa particularly true In Asia, supply POM cr.hungry/ rulers
-
-
How can one look without year 'Pal. few other countrieschuuhes Africa and South America. in underdeveloped countries
in ,
the slate capitol
visit
and of '
scores pri
astonishment on C a t tho 1 11 I c S beautiful with arms and armies to
lahassee seeing i Father Dominican of kind or During the Roosevelt ad
seeking to join renegade Holy meets vale agencies: one brandish in the faces of thl'lrnl'12hOO'l.
sights, such as the SU\l annreHI.t'r. another channel food into ministration, the Point IV
who deny all spiritual values reaching / .
en route Upon some' of the worst pockets of program was set up for the For HS billion a It
"fascinated br the atlrac the Capitol the group waq Nuncio sees undernourishment but they purpose of teaching farmers vear
has been estimated
officers w*
Mr NATO
with
lion of they met by official/ guide. reach small .
temporal met ess, only a percentage in underdeveloped {'ounlrleselel11t'ntary could eliminate hunger in the
run after those who are' seeking Redd, who showed them the : of the starving There is modern farming
world with the exception) of
to lure brutali/eit people highlights! of the aiea \A1K\N CITY (>C) Pope Paul VI has told a hope of peace no well-organized concerted piocedures and the use of fertiluers Red China

into the troubled waters of The troop observed the group of NATO military men and their families that it worldwide effort to tope with and the simpler typesof

materialism and into the )legislature in action, and recelved m part of his apostolic office to educate aoula. in the love MIVMI: Bi\H: (N-lhe: ) the shortage of food stuffs, farm machinery At best it

hateful class struggle! recognition from the of and Apostolic| Nuncio to the Do was a puny effort, and ItI at JACKSONVILLECLEARY

Present at the (,ceremonies Speaker of the House. In aclcli and libet practice. peace precious existing I I I In theworld mmican Republic expressedconfidence Lowest priorityThe soon suspended because the
tye
: liberty and peace, here that '. remits were not spectacular
than Polish lion to the visit l" the ( apitol. a peaceful
111'1'1'1'11 more :2000! elimination of starva
the adettes were privileged "\\' labor vith all our Pope Paul said, solution will be found to enough to enlist the interest
t'XIt'1I! ho work as mm bun. in fact. seems to have
era In nearby Creu n1. Stefan lo see and tour Ihe dover; might he and said liberty lo KN'UI't'Irue for all He told the NATO group/ end strife in the battle torn perhaps the lowest priority/ / in of the foreign. governments CONSTRUCTION. ...... M. & _CO..'
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and the
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a due to the efforts andaicful spiritual character: to educate complete ] nations for mill rulers more than a 5-
luncheon
depicting/: Our Lady of CVeMo (' planning of the adult souls in the love and with the achievement of such the nual Serra governors International at tarv establishments than for bushel.an.acre increase in the
those, the patroness of Po. aims an relief, of the hungry.
leaders Mrs. ..I'ntlkos.: practice t of peace and libeity nual convention said tioth nee crop BOOK
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landWhile This evidently the rebel and junta foucsrecognize In the long run, of course 4 GIFT SHOP
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with the world food ..hort.ge1111 ,
that social reforms .
the Protestant !: .I'a
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:MikosCadcttes audience consisted of needed in the not be eliminated or even substantially .15(1 i f' Kii. tiirIIIMII .
monastery at Tai/e and eels making the trip from the University of Tokyo are urgently foreign countries Among the .' ;\tl.. "l .
the 27th reduced
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I Pope bends energies towards Council world peace -- IP'onowng



!Is a trans-! modern progress In every itself historically and locallyand those who can In differentforms rible Instruments of destruction Vet this does not prevent it

tion of the speech deliveredby sector of life give rise to new by the most active soil contribute to its serene which science and technology from suffering bitterly

Pope Paul VI on his problems of every kind made danty of Christian charity. development and ta its happy have discovered. It cause of the blood and i ious I''. '1

name day (June 24)) to the more acute for us, who are This is a delicate and complex v ( conclusion: consultors experts would be a tragic, irreversible struggle which rajr, n

College of Cardinals on the bound to remain firm and question which is linked publicists and faithful. fatal eventuality. It Viet Nsm and which <.an:- :
faithful to a conception of the with the more general question would be the difficulties ,
major J preoccupations of Let the harmonious andpositive end not of so many sorrows for th opopulations
the second year of his world and to a body of doctrine of the revision of the action of all these but of civilisation.It to whom we i i.> ,r "

: world, pontificate and whose precepts are not Code of Canon Law, already sons be with us. Let their those who wish to prolong sent several times than ''I
peace only unchanging but aim begun in the creation of 1
organs prayers be with us so that or contribute to the prolonging the active and geno.
the Ecumenical Council perennially present and therefore which will have to Implement
the historic hour we are of a conflict which Catholic hierarchy then :r
thank you sincerely fruitful for ever new and it and in the collecting about to experience( may cannot have" sufficient Justification words of consolation and r

WE for your wishes which consistent expressions. of material which is to be have its light and Its blessing,. bear In mind the lessons good wishes for peace

you are offering to ui person- Of divine designOn thoughtful submitted examination to I the most \Ve also rely not only on the of history Events may Likewise to the Congo. tl. 1

son ally with such courtesy, presence for us desirableand get! beyond men who think by ferocious internecine '
and which hate been to the one hand there is an Moreover, it is also connected a matter of honor, of the they can dominate them. theta, we have not failed
nobly interpreted and Intensification of the effort of with those Improvements and observers of the separated send
expressed our appeal for cone
;
changes to be made in the War and the experienceof
the Church to understand better .
brethren who will\ Interveneat
by Cardinal and
your .
and traditional this last *ne also It peace.Likewise
delicate or proves
dean in the name of the the the divine design/ in whichwe Attend workshop the conclliar reunions, butalso does
ganismhk'h Is experiencedin not solve problems It to the Domini ,n
participate and to whichwe .
entire sacred college! on their courteous goodness
are pledged as a result of the t'.ntralo\'ernmtnt of Benedictine Sisters of Holy Name Priory and on the common hope creates new and more complex Republic which we still hiI i
We thank you wholeheartedly our ChrisllanI'aOOn. the Church and which 11 ones Saltation lies In will find again In civil at t
our San Antonio recently attended a workshop entitled that one day every obstacle
Our spirit draws
great apostolic mission and called the Roman curia. frank honest and loyal negotiation. Christian concord the wa: ',
comfort from them. We our "Use of the Criteria for Evaluation of Cath. which still\ prevents us from
would final destiny.On It Is alwajs possible Indnrr'sslrY for its free and renewed p ,
almost rather not admit it olic Elementary Schoola" at the Catholic Universtity I. celebrating together the
to be better. And prrlty Another young nat. t
the other hand, there is I.
perfect unity to which Christ Therefore wish
adverse as we sre-because more in this Is ,,what we are trying to of America In Washington Examiningthe we to express Algeria, keeps our spirit In
urgency our concern calls crumble
us as it
may our satisfaction to
of natural feeling and deliberate for pursuing the surroundingand do by means of gradual text used at the workshop, are, from left, should those statesmen who show suspense these dl)'. To that

resolution to having escaping world to whichwe restoration, even though it Sister Matilda Ann OSB., Sister Rosarla O.S.B., loyal and honorable Intentions people also go good wishes

others interested in our per 0'11 four understanding, may not always appear as Sister Helen O.S.B., and Sister Irma o.S 1t all The (Council we hope will for peace and who also for fruitful civil concord.

son our Interest our care and our new and arbitrary principals of dioceoan schools. be able 'to speak In a definite take positl\e steps, some of My lord Cardinals, we have

lint the need t t. feel Internally comfort in a word, our service As you know, too other way regarding the themes them truly unusual and daring tested your patience with this
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--- proposed
understood and spiritually which is rendered all the very Important questions en- program. to draw contending 'parties long speech of ours Out your
sustained by joy becomes more necessary, in a mannerof gate our vigilant 1<< caret! the sembly of the Fathers we Now we are awaiting and will not end all the questions together and Induce themto goodness encourages us to

stronger ss we gradually speaking, the less it Is desired canonical discipline! of mixed had the good fortune and Joyto preparing assiduously for the concerning the life of IheChurch. enter Into negotiations pour Into your souls our apprehensions

assess and appreciateyour and, on the other hand marriages (II delicate question approve and promulgatethree fourth and conclusive session substituting them for armed and our hopes.

generous sen Ice and as the more it is consoling and which requires some further Important documents, of the Council, in which various Indeed the Council Itulf conflicts and working them Ut your indulgence sustainus

the experience l., years old providential.The I reflection) and the the Constitution I on the schemas of decrees which opens many new and great out In new forms of balance, and let your fidelity to the

now, of the duties of our spot- bark of Peter salts In teaching of the Church regarding Church and the Decrees on have not yet t been discussedwill ones which, once the Council of mutual respect of observance cause of Christ and of the

toile office Is gradually becoming a roigh sea. Everything: norms .1( the birthrate Ecumenism and on the Oriental have to be debated while Is our w e will take up reverently of treaties and of broth 'hurch and to the cause of

more complex and motes, evrrjthlng Is a problem. Catholic Churches the examination of others and seek to treat and erly cooperation among free the concord and prosperity of
grsve. It does not seen necessaryto mint be reopened or com solve, not without the cooperation peoples. May our encouragement all peoples fortify ui. And let
This latter Is a theme we us to dwell and underline pleted. and the counsel of the sustain these noble efforts our apostolic blessing speakto :
Yes, this Is the reality You know it well And mentioned on this same occasion Everyone of lord each of
very the significance of these texts you my episcopate, as well as with and may our prayer you as well as to
which is commensurate, not therefore your collaborationis last vear. promising! to and the vait influence which ('Cardinals knows how muchwe the cooperation of Religion render our wish efficacious the whole" sacred college of

only with the littleness of our most precious and meritorious speak of it again more fully they always; will eierclse on hlIt at heart to bringto and of the faithful themselveswho and benefical for all. your devotion and our grsti-

powers but also with the since it Is accompaniedby and authoritlv'ely after the the We of the Church. a happy conclusion this have the qualification! to tulle

problems In every field of the the spiritual communion studies to which we submitted providential and solemn do so In the best wajs." Life Feed the hungryThus M'UC News Service
life of the Church as well as which you now profess to us it had reached a conclu Renewawareness Council. Its adherence to normal goes ontThere)

of the contemporary world. In the love of Jesus Christ sion. making use of the rules of procedure, the the expression of our
Is
then the other
We look with serenity at the Our Master and Lord in varied and combined competencies importance of the delibera gratitude goes to all those

complex problems which I prayer for the urgent necessity of a numerous and This Is already attested toby lions already made, the climate major though question which, al who has responded to the BILL BARDOE
Indirectly concernsand
weaken and weary our spirit and In dedication to com excellent commission. the numerous comments, of fervor stirred up in proposal we made during our FORD FACTORY DEALER
and the spirit of anyone who mon service The commission worked analytical studies and applications { every strata of the ecclesiastic engages<< our said Iplnlollcmlnl.lr journey to Bombay last December SAVE ON YOUR
observes with vigilant' and You also know which worthily but has not vet completed which hlbf'.n bodies, the conversationfull ss we peaceIn to turn over at least
the world.Peace NEW CAR DEAL
responsible attention the among the many ordinary its enquiries which we made and those whkh are of respect and promise part of the savings which Individual

scene of present day history questions are the extraordinary do not wish l to Interrupt but still to be made even more begun with the separated for world nations can realm '15. "..un

because *e know that it Is ones which engage our for which we are solicitous fully or completely. This, the brethren the attention t I I by adopting plans for effec W. Hwy (0Wl

topical of human life In the attention more There are too with all respectful concern, so luminous concilia teaching, aroused! In the world for the Many times In recant live disarmament to aid 1.1.r ......

flow of time and that the many to list But we recommend that we hope before long to will be a reason and foundation Catholic Church these are months we have raised our needy and hungry nations In M.w6eSI f

transformations worked by the principal ones be able to nay a few wordson for the renewal of the Individual already results of very great II'lnlnl'olre at the fact of the world' and developing na Charles ..

from among these to your attentive a theme of; ..1M'h.ltll Im and cellrrtlIf.'' value which enable us to perceive sorrowful conflicts which I .. Our suggestion t 10 Institute r.lh: B

interest and pra>'ers. portance. supported by the ness of the divine and mvslerlous and feel the help of the while they were and are the an International fund
ORLANDOWINTER We are studying the statutes light of human science while nature of the Church holy !Spirit given this Apostolic cause of deaths and bloodshed with these means and for this

of episcopal conferences, we ask of God that It be the of vocations, of the dignity See and the entire bodyof for Innocent populations, purpose has been well rev

PARK"Our from the proper functioningof light of His wisdom and order of Its members ss the Catholic Church threatened to extend themselves reived In principle by competent House

which we hope to deme well as of the universal' misi Me trust these beneficial and perturb {ware and authoritative quay of Beet
Charitableneeds ten, so as to rise to the
one of the means of better collaboration even more deeply, give
ton of salvation' entrusted to
(mils will tie enormously Increased a.awa.
a
Flowefs sly it for yo,," of our brothers In It by the lArd and which it by the work and the Thanks to the Infinite henlgnity hop that the undertakingmay

BLOSSOM TIMEFLORIST the episcopate, which must faithfully fuMitls through the final decrees .1 the forthcoming of( the Most |(1IJh.| nothing have a practical and a:. 1d Iww
ever more strengthen the inner Me shall SIT, nothing hereof course of centuries and generattMi. fourth session. Irreparable has happened most beneficial and exemplary
unity qf lie Church hon many and heavy eitraor Hut the threat Is far from Implementation In the tHl.www..ra|

2SIO S. Or. q' BIoMjm Tr.42M7J2 or the coHegtality of the BNrh- denary problem ef an admtolrtrattve We have reason. In be well Just a* the Council began over Indeed itjias tw<'ome not too distant future. ivisr '- "

KUe 6A J.J247 sips in communion with this nature which I pleased beraune of this peer In eiullame and trust at Its more serious,''"d new fires The heart opens U comfortIng OAT STEAK. .

ApontolHSee and render are keeping the competent of al reawakening ef Interest Inecrlesioloffiral first session, so we wish that of discord have been kindled tUlnns .f a better future ON A SKEWER''

more uniform and efficient$ in flees vigilantly 11\ tl\'t. such doctrine, d. .it should end In the most in other. part of the Iloht.Th.rf'ltI" for the peaceful and fraternalttteililenre "e./Ilillllll" ell"l..iI.1I

FAIRVIEW ordinan circumstances, the as the radical and imtispensi siring thai it may last. to an serene and fraternal (concord of peoples
Cleaners & LaundryDepesd.bl. pastoral action of the Church the rentoralMMi of the l laleranPalace alms fuller and more profound In the mutual promise of 'lei no one resent OverT
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,. *. MHiOTtr emulation of the manifold ,-,1..4".llC'fI While they eiacl fulfillment of the the" organic structure which danger, C..M..4 U t Choral'
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slrictiM nf Mr limited f*.n- (God In confirmed trust In S u5au. 5oius ...
speak to responsible men lit. Kfr>4 .,.-toa *.. nil.
I rill resource tilt do not luring( the ronrie .f f this its tradition, Its laws and Its while there Is time. The spark .M..4* til.Ml. "SJlArSS'UnDot/
Children'sClothes distract us tram OIl' proposal year there aloe went Intn spiritual and pastoral I not yet extinguished ran provoke

SERVING THE of multiplying as each as force Ike reform of the sacred methods, and action, In the a fire whose proportions

Line FINEST ITALIAN FOODS possible our help, lot world !Illsrgy laid dews In the resvecllve deep and almost ecstaticawareness frighten the very Imsgina. "GUARANTEED" SPRAT SERVICE

DINNERS FROM hunger and the mi.I..nlry.lNIeto,1 decrees e f the pre.eeding of the moil I lion SOD ANNUALS SMRUIBERf

Finest in children's same 4.JO '.M. *. 11 t -00 '.t.4. and till$abl.! needs round! sel.i fir blessed mystery It carries Humanity still hat fresh in FERTILIZER aid J GARDEN SUPPLIES
which are reported to us from tilt purpose of making II withinhell/ In Increased
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bodepaces the
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JAW LANDSCAPING and NURSERY
easier for the '1IIIII.rI.Is
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flu, vigor for the fulfilment" of Its
Asnpl. p.r1;119 in race 220 OrU"d. A.... W f. I 1. tiiis retpett the wordsof already' happealag-lo.. draw humble and divine mission Mservice. still carries In its flesh I WO W FAIRBANKS AYE WINTER PAIK

STS l....- Or *>. .m* Hwy l7-2 Ml 7-4WO the lAIrd aifmaiMh us'Do closer lo tile sources .>f amore arwst<..lale and salvation flict.the scars It looks of with a general trepidationat con

n*< b! SDIMM" i Matt authentic spirituality In the midst of man
and a deeper and more frailfol events, and desires that It In teal Orlando Sub*)'*!*:** ee Monterey Home
I -_ 31''1. aM we are c* *Hed kind. .
by the Was of (fee .ptetjr and niiderslandlng of the contents bo spared new and moil sot Wo Have Tt e H.m. Yen W,"t, S. Lain Co Titk.,1|

generality ef so many of ar and slgalfiranro of the An historic hour rowful trials,

CMA woos w-hs are concerned not sacred '" .. Me cannot hide our tin- DEMETREE BUILDERS
It Is necessary that the easiness. Our spirit the spiritof
to Jrt MM Church want for
which t,... We raawot therefore but reHre GMW| end well In speedy' all men worthy of the JJOT E.it C.U..i.l Or, rtI.". 277.1 tilGRAY'S
--- temporal "sns la the manifold. under and CMiHrurtive work In a name shrinks with horror he-
tie t* ....., heart sad .Messes
7707 MANDARIN DRIVE takings of It* .litergiral a wUlate. *- peace filled with the spirit of fore the prospect of s war
thee besotRathr
PHONE nuns d.Mr H that they may. ChrM which may employ those t"Gary.s JEWELRY
FH.A.1ISALES flOOOOOe-n we "" ,.It.1 two erretioM faithfully to IMo For this tersest. we have enoowragrd -
male question which weigh spirit and .letter W .the rsmcUior the work of U>. DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS
Duck Inn
*. Mr spirit and which ... ciao tutlin and of UMreHaUve various. rommiMWis, to
41 Tens mark Mr swnllfkile I. Ike sjiotniclMt. as .ettss shirts. we must already pay ail ,. ea a tails'. lac '.1 WatcH and Antique Clock Repair
F.r eves of alt We mess Ike CM- it UM storms propagated the tribute of our thanks for 1111., ../leans Ira. 2001) 14<,....*e Dr. GA 2.2174 N..t to NbRs 1:

FIRST NATIONAL BANK elusion -< she FrameikalMM I by UM compefent ecrlestasUral the as*.dinMts toil undergone sauacasse.aowes.Cs..*. ..6 tut

0 J AT WINTER PARK (' -!! and peace .to the sisHMrtbes, so that the Per thus reason w* have sole ... a.. ... tor
world. trusts wlMrii the faithful, will sought that the Khemas of Compare Our Restaurant Equipment t
wi*" TRUST DEPARTMENT T..pke! : 47-)300: draw"*m them may be rer- the rnciliar questions still
I. fart, Sloe eieMsof Financing and No Down Payment |
M.... F-DJ.C. tuck. tile emofig fwxtoess et the law well ordered and abwi- pending should be' mod .<" St Charles l** nif <... ... ,...", .. ,...... .... .... .>..4.
oA.d.,4 to..ol le.MS.fe daM curate and surtaxed by"" fo, ......, <.. ...." ..... ,...... ,
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Aw*. MeUe He**. Lsn..L; lad .hat dewed us to be the j
and thorough preparatory disssjsssnns HOTEL CHINA AND CUJSWAM CO.VAlitvDONuT. ;j..Jl.I
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'$ l. ./S..... Acc.-/CHc. AtC..nh me parttrta Council's value and for this .
Dcs*; te reason "/.rams aces 5.. a ... N ,. ._." .. es'
pow yin,. 1M ...,11' ttIC .
N the third SS.KMI of the Mil sa regard to the a tivt- e ask yew my Nod srdmah L

1e aN V..lraa EnweMralkas ty aid swiMatlen of UM Ecumesisral '' to ewrtiawe your most at, M. F. KershnerATLAS

('ouM1I te SMi s COMSSCI!. we hollers teiMtte and devoted rootwrato '
frtmmnt WHSI M, This inn i0atioO TlRESlAHEIIESACCWORiES r ::2 !
WCTKWFAINT plane. at fa* ed W wfctrk we aId. **>gM to recall a* ;
aid follow the oWprswdand rttnsUrly signifVsirt theaxlitsstmi of SORTS estettdi naf-irsllt to f-J"'i..
Iftl f tH !%wre1aftate all Mr brothers in! the ep.w> ;: 113.lolls. .'.It I... >i. |.*|Us4
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.... "by Uw vmrabte asfAOVETTE for flea Believer. a sign of e airl.IS..14.5bashjc
Ike Mere with closets tM great synod. a* well la sU ,. I 1UI"UH M > i.r ctr or torrti
CHAN0O WINTW" ttMFAIRCHILD *4S5 Irons S. Ct./e./
MOTORS Church re|'r 5* the proMemsof .. AT niii DIM! Ills

Os incas?, 0c4545S. all men eves ,..... fur BARNES }I -4 2M L COLONIAL ORIYfcittisi
... ,..- p'N ,... la...< sway from swr. ss the CtA'ERY AND
... : s 0- .. .trim icerti** nlu. t UN)
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Monsignor James F. Ennght of Miami hands
It blessed Habit of the Sisters of St Joseph to of the Church become Sisters life to Christ

Miss Joan Crowley of fitarke The young woman
was one of a group of 17 postulants who sought Seventeen young women mostly Enright of Miami celebrated Mann the Church through their choice of Miss Gail O'Connor of Winter Haven presents

entry' into the novitiate at Mount St Joseph' in from Jo'lorida-prt'srnt in St. Juli- and received them into the Sinter' the religious life as Sisters of St. herself' to Christ choosing to don the Habit of

Jensen Beach and were invested in South Florida Una Church at West; Palm Beach, hood-began their contribution of Joseph of St. Augustine. the Sisters of St Joseph' of) St Augustine which

last week. above, when Monsignor James F. spiritual and physical energy to she brings to the altar to be blessed

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Brides of Christ carry Holy Habits of Sisterhood .
Time of renewal for diocesan SistersSister's

nit Sister-a woman who endeavors In St. Juliana Church, Went' Palm dens of Ignorance, suffering and
to serve' Christ' by serving Beach' above, arrayed in bridal loneliness They are pictured as St Juliana Church In \\rt Sinters from St Augustine's DIDtese a new name gi':en to them by a

mankind in a religious congregatinn ; attnc They aaked to be clothed in families and friends took a last Palm Beach rang with memoriesfor found the occasion a reminderof representative of the Bishop of St.

I -takes her first step toward the Holy Habit of Sisters' of St. look at them in worldly dress, for many Sisters of St Joseph' of their own progress in the religious Augustine; and the day. when

her goal on the day she invested Joseph' of St Augustine in Florida they' carry in their' arms the Habits St; Augustine who attended theceremonies life: of the days when they they professed their vows of

Last Friday, 17 generous young to spend their days lifting from they have chosen. of profession of vows themselves! receded the white veils poverty chastity: and obedience.

women approached the altar rail the shoulders of others the bur. and investiture of novic.-i The of novices and began to answer' to

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more campers to come rests in abbey cemetery


MAITIjAM Where there' fun for everyone' "!"' Is ST. un: The Rt Rev Monsignor Roderick Mae-
Richest PI, died here June 29. Mass celebrated
the motto of Camp San Pedro, the Diocese central Requiem was
by St. Leo Abbot Marion Bowman. O S.B.. in the
Florida camp "This is our fifth year of camping" rather .
toI abbey church at 11 aim, on July 3. Burial was in the
Hubert J. Reason' director of the camp said "and
abbey cemetery
'. the eriaillet Conference,
this to be ,
we anticipate MonsigMr John McNutty
only a short distance from "& ; for 13 years he taught at the
the most successful"There \ G. represented tM DMT** .
Maitlamlmter Park and Catholic Intveriitt of Amerka
of St AugiHtlne at II* lure
is still room for morerampt'rI Oilflndu In addition I there are I ; / He skies wmte a numberof
?al The Pnerti present
several' hundred more acres eM books on theology
and Father' Reasonis
.. 1 Included! MoMiif nor CharlesL
a\ailalile for aitivU
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ampinK!
urging the youngsters not ties Which include woodland I FJilander or St. Martha TV .'r"t, can knows tl a
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to mIss this years fun with m>Mrrinui paths and pariah in SaratogaMooeifMr l r.tr laelor .( M Ire'i sad

Camp San Pedro Is locatedon overnight' camp gitesI Mad Id1t'II. who ether religious' isititsltosi.
served n secretary l to the
a 40 acre tract of land, I Lake JlU\\(piosidn farill ; 'ILl .:.. papal I representative at the He ass the doimr e/ Rndoer..t
ties for as(mining(, heating, Nenaillei Conference after Hall at St Leo College
UMICAIIO rout ft'NDO.I I*'III t skiing fishing and tailing \\",irld War I. had been InriM and of extensive acreage near

1 "' in retirement In Sarasota in Sarasota tar the Benedtctmti.M .
= t
IIIRI |Is nlfrrnl eurjr morn He retidH at *..v of hu books have \bees
...:..:: HI PM Inff and Itrnrdlrllon of (he St recent LH yean Abbey when. he hd denoted! to Catholic t'niverntv
__ ,=1 -. i Mist HIM l d !< 'J"
,.11 t- ,. \ ( if Sacrament" A mote of Elrm (*... here he taught H. ass
. s&\\\ emv etrnlnf. Included
: /M I n1A' tie attended several Furspea the author of over volumes
,'r ALUMINUM 1j 1,4; amnn( the coiinirllnri are of reiiiioua wnliaiHe .
e 1/"f'fIltlf" and acgetredr
IUI "INI CJ rnilnarlain'" of the IMoirne
,........M', ." Ie .... r'" '''h.' l I Ir icy In r>Beck Italia wa pant the retirement
V"".n s' m., qnlv,., mm" .".> 4 ,HMItr.i ,>, For additional details on German, Potash sad HUM. age la 1KI ...... he went into
L1. I' 'loon
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VKhW. /mn .| /.I n.w.url.. Camp San Pedro write to: '. ran. tM.. Army at ritaplam to
At..nAna.i."h.! '. f/,n( 4 Nl doirM rather llubrit J. Hidsou. Pi I charge of :9! POW ramps in
.. "rial "orld War I ke "at
.r..l irrl h1att.e.le. ,tYl
rector l'amp San Pedro I' O. the U S Later he ened si
lmNM a KINri i Ikeaikat and
Jars called
>..M.. H'.rh. ll.. ..... |sat Box rid, Maitland, Florida. I*.. lee federal hMfrtaJ chaplaia ta
carted a project a
family rejoices on investiture imertal ralecklim the PacifK-
SALES OPPORTUNITY He it stormed br a mere,
OJWnln .\.,,11"1." ,Ir, rnl.nOn. .IM, for 1'a.h. ,h.' a...',..".. ail" .. Monsignor John P Bums of St Jensen Bosch On the occasion he lands an uncle and her St Auaruo He returned to the t-sitedStates Mrs. Helene Semis of Sara-
..nllnl "., iA .Ihs.l4'' 1'.IrlA1, In.111A., ,h.i, ,lan "_ '. Augustine: Pastor of the Cathedral warmly congratulated one of hit tine!' family members Mrs Joseph in un after attending, iota
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.II" i oilier"rIe'Ir/'HnrR.1N I : ; aYrs. 1A I. .h"It "
nil n.. rr.1x 1'." ern.". nn.ld.r. ,.A .{{. ", IIwrlurrr," "f amt dkHewnwar for religious parishioners Sister Mary Jean, Nider. grandmother; Mr and Mrs
,..."""1.1, ,".'''0' It.\. In "I' ,,. rsec. e "nl' 1.1.' elr. ...11A1 wsi in \\cst Palm Beach for the who received the Holy Habit of the J. J. Pesrrow. parents: John bark.
I .1 rice hereEXCLUSIVE
ceremony of the pi-ofession of Sisters hut Friday R.joidn.'Ith: ground. Richard and Thomas Pear- Retreat
Teenage Boys
vans and investiture. of the Sistersof her are' from the left George row, brothers.ROSARIAN .

FRANCHISE St Jpllrph> film the novitiate at Nader of fct. Andrew pariah, Or.

A/n'ting nw liquid plait eo.t ng used On all types of surfaces, July 13. 14 for boy I 13 to 15 yean

interior or enterer Elim;n.ti w.i n) when .ppl .d on Asphalt ACADEMY
Ida, Vinyl Linoltum, Vinyl Asbestos, Hard Wood .nd Furniture GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES Resident and, day school for 9:Ht, ex shone .f b..wtiful' lain July 15. 18 for boy 16 to 18 years
Completely tlim n.l.i p< nt,09 when .ppl .d to Wood, Worth Grads one t. r..t... Fully .cuocled. N.. l...-tdir .
Metal or Concrttt iurf..,.,. This finish i it alto' recommended >9t. AH sports. "", \ie. art drernee.cs. Oir. for boats and automobiles" ? St. Dominic For cdaloq l address: R'9> trar. OUR LADY OF FLORIDA

NO COMPETITION ROSARIAN ACADEMY WEST PALM EACH
Ai th.,. are .eiclutiy formula ill demand by alt businesses; RETREAT HOUSE
industry and ho",... No franehiM f.., Minimum, mvtifmtnt '
$300. Mai, ,,,,,, invaitfnent $7,000. Invtttmtnt it secured HUGH EDWARDS INC. Academy Of The Holy Names PASSIONIST FATHERSNorth
by Inventory, Factory tr,in.d personnel oil, help itt up your
buirtdt For complete details and deter phve literature *r IT PATRICK'S: P'RIIR AND SCROOb eca.df.d Pregren ncludvt." to ((090 pn poratery and, ._'.l lcoiirMt
CHEM-PLASTICS & PAINT CORP. >. K. tank AT*. A Ifck street t m ..c. .rt end iporn. C..w. HoyNamot. PHONE 8447750II
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'I Experiment!" eflondla Youths warnedof







in liturgy oLT ., dangers inselfindulgence


VATICAN CITY (\C' ) sitar In a restricted sense athol

The Church body the\ can as it were" ]lead
singing or praje-a
charged with coordinating
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liturgical I I reforms hai guidelines the ('onslllumEXPKRIMtMS \'01. \\A, Xo. 36 Orlando, Florida, Friday July 9, 19M l0e

named against I experimentation pugs three

by person VATICAN CITY (:JvO -- Pope Paul VI offered Mass Council!. remained silent as
claiming a general permia-
lion. In St Peter* basilica before 10000 young girls who had the Pope pasted

come to Rome for the 20th anniversary of their branch Only after the trumpets fell
The Consdium (commiselonl of Italian Catholic Action tilent and the Slstine Choir

for the Implementation took up the singing of the
of the Liturgy Constltution. "Be strong" the Holy! Father urged them In hi* July hymn. Tu ta Petrui" did

In the June numberof 4 address applause begin to break from

ita publication. :NotiUae" "Be strong for your dignity and for jour railing as all sides.

which was published earlyIn women' looking for the conquest of every right every development Mass wan celebrated at the

July declared! that aside and every perfection to which the modem Mlar. of the Chair by Josef

from one case it has '*ne'..c-r Christian life of women entitles you to a ptre. Be strong Cardinal Beran of Prague..

gum any tnlrlllndut] ta in onier to be productive in jour family, in jour school!, The Pope was seated! near,

begin: experimentation" in your pariah, in jour work, and in jour ocutMmi." hv on a throne covered with

The one exception It ia'd, Pope Paul warned. them. white silk Among Cardinalsnot

was a temporary tndult hr .... .. against the spirit of modern tiered crown, or tiis was resident in Rome who
experimentation in concele- conspicuous at 33 l'arduuls l were present at the Man
bration and Communionunder I : 1 youths who have taken ""I..h"nt'u" the papal court and thousand were Giuseppe Cardinal Sir

both species/ granted as their slogan of Catholics attended a of Genoa and Paul Emile

from July 3. 14 until April w 't, "It Is faihlnnable. to show solemn high Mats In the ha Cardinal Leger of Montreal

15. 1!%&! after which the gen.. neirlf skeptical silica to commemorate the !Since the Mats was celebrated
eral decree on these practices 1; ji. : dliappnlnt- day two years ago when an In the Pope !honor,
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went Into effect I ed and decadent, (he IVpe ultramodern bullet shaped no sermon was given and the

The \. r .... .'.. J. ........ said rl'OIIIta.. gift of :Milan delivered. At
Comilmm and the lit- <. ...... ,. .. II Pope no homily
orgy constitution provide .. .. < ... '".... .- ....... -- ........ ...)... "In order to live these head Catholics Giovanni sat placed BitustaMunlinJ on tM( the end of the Ma.i the Pop.gave .
of
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Juive need
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granted to territorial bodiesof .A. .." r. .-. enre (commitment any In Us plan the\ Pope wore was attached! to the blessing
any
Bishops bv the Holy See servue, any real love "hfyIndul any the gold and white' miter of aRunhop At the end! of the hour and
They performed In preparation for Mission's quadricentennial and can.ed: a sliver
alt to be In irrenpnnsible fiee. a half ceremony the Pope
onh bv dftltrm JIf'd01111I den and In selfishness stuff tolled\ by a modern was carried! from the basilica
suited for such experiments Visitors" these da at the Oldest tinny at the Oldest Mission la this statue represents' the Priest In the ." the holy wayntard Father smdharlier tructfU hailed by applauding

and for a determined length MiNion in the United Statea aeeconstruction footbridge under construction over ecstasy of thanksgiving to Clod : Pope\ Paul had Both the miter. and the staff crowds whom he heated con

of timeIf and improvements Hospital Creek Looking east' the after celebiating the Mass whkh marked the second anniver sirvrd I* stress the pastoral tinually at he passed

the Cnnsillum permit underway at the Ml 11.1 Ion of visitor aces the wooded sacred" made history that day try fit his coronation by llUhnp role, which Is Pope

experiments. Notitia said, Hombre de Dine In St. Auguatine. acre where the first MUll wa of.fered rearing no crown during I'aul! Immediate rnnrrra. Without Christ

It will al avi communicate, One of the 400th anniversary' addi- on September P, 15fl3. The splendid ceremonies In St ,
.Although the Pope has eliminated \!
the faculty to perform themto .
Peter Patlllca on June :30 .
tei., rltonal ecclesiasticalauthorltv some of the ornaments ho
Popo
The absence of the threw says
and Hiii in writing of pomp from public

lions with, and the limits addition within of condi which Partners in. founding St. Augustine praisedmake ceremonies was enough. neverthelessthere splendor. labors in vain

the experiments may be performed for, those thirsty' for pageantry ROME |1'0) pope Paul

\1. rfC'IU.fIhll. miraculous
fikewine when rhea or MIAMI t.\11 (1f1-- .Don Pedro brought to this gifts of faith and Jeof '.11 lid nowhere except Inf the Holy, Situ< nfic. pos Hie Pope was carried the catch of fish which Christ

ceremonies. or \iao\atnM. of The first Mau offered' In partnership. hit extiaotdmarrqn nc.g i N r. ( krlsl.t sihle on thus and to" In a full length of the basilica In ranted Peter before making
kind out of bar what is now the United hearing for the rsith throughthen his portable throne. while
any seem l tis of ir' nd and bodr .. him and his iu sensors fUlt
.
"11. looked I* the Priest fur J ''IMt i In turn example und reverence trumpets echoed through the "
monwith Uidav laws in
i States "shining of said all
was a << and eon' if4 \ :i nat al ers men his! own
the Bread of Ule and the '' '.' church's illummaled
1 liturgical" matters. all of example of clergylaity en. !i i J' i a'nring to break trails over which hrtlHiMiy 'labors will be In vain if
them are to be considered Coleman v''tct of '. age and reHg1 !light .f "Vlsts truths and .tt t al ,Jc 1 to countless Prleits and laymen vaults t'hrtst' dies not render" themmiraculously
'per onal' innovations, arts operation. Bishop w'1' the si:;>ra' al the strength which can I bt I t';d 3 a' and, lo arrled the twin ton t'esof The faithful' many of them effective"The
adation'by F Carroll of Miami said Chmtiamty and rtvtllsation silting in the bleachers which

leg. from that'pn\te very fact rtmap here' last week Into' the trackless con. Await the fourth awl Imal sitting wtndttw r.overlooking,* spoke (Irum his sifXrs

proved by the. t'CHIettWtaeft Bishop CariwB' said that tintnt 4110 year ate" of the Second Vatican square I iJnlv 4' I e

and the OneiUwm** the Maaa, afford' 400(
yean crowd he lew wag walling. i "r

Th. Cemlllam std N was ago at St. Augustine<< Demonstration atones for his cuatamaiv, 4undst II'' ""I

pihllsMHg Hi declaration. herasie showed "ho w a tealma' lay hi i sin, g exhort. and dedicated leading of the" Angelus
mrtlmM rumors man a Priest
are spread here. and there *f lived out the emnfetiMi t /1 attacks on Church in Mexico Todav our thought j" 11
'the' miraculous catch oM IIh*
eertil IsMvattass hkk gobeimd that they were CO-llborf'n!
either" the rubrics I III with Chrwt PI HIM, 1"I..1t l (1( :"\ (') Mora than SOOliO) people' whkh today. Sunday Gnn'l"
faire. .r the constitution or communism no" Jammed this speaks of" Pope/ Paul Slit
Chusliantty
chanting yes
The to
Rubap spate marethan ;
t h. ItulrvrlMis conversingthe 3nn1) preeos aMeHwgtifiral -t 1k rita <..lhe.lral square and nraiby streets in an "atonement '.Me want lo talk annul. the
sacred
IHnrgf anli-CaUtolk / lit aiwilnllr anion\ ,
a nnobkur.d WMHI! r.n- demonstration 'pmteat against efficacy
"Authors of these Imwvat Man tn the Bated PenAsrkM outbursts by leftist university students. "bulk that nf I'eler having .become

t one at u very cites) the t..btMu the JgrdMra Anhbiithop Oclavuino. Marquee Tnrli of PweMa dill a fisher of mes and

cane claim they .bone .. IIIftIIIl TsUefiiatsMalU U'J Angela told the Jun. 27 crowd that ...mr wMik>t agl., (hit .f thaw II h, like hiss
tanned a faculty er intfuR twlveMMn.I are Invfslrd wltk this mission
tah'ta ate plotting\ not only
railed 'a most brutal .
''oil the Cnnsilium to CM- \
I IMS. h* recall. IS against the Church but also fashjrn .
dart exp.nnn.ntu"Chnfning
un Krfcre' the Pilgrims s gainst I t the government After the J\jfI44 demonstretlM w'. recommend to foifprsvers '
doubt
arising landed al Pljmmlk' Rrk.Ike and Mexican swxHety\ police. arrested twaludml the endesvnrs of our
of '
!'n tfceturgv
the interpretation VAo know how hwlywe
Vp.*tirds estsblltked M.Ugislloe. ministry
\lewtors moralclNiriee
:, constitution NetMieesa The demnnttratMN. ) was nrl MI and how unequal tA
'. and.. ........l In si*
,d! :1 t if permiuable. to eel Maui. ethnlie the
nird' by an the task lilt us to draw
brute Mast m the vernacular 1.hai.her Kranctsr Left : A' lion. the (hnatiM! .KsmilyMovement Manual. To thwart student souls al men lto the net that

even "' tho e a..It&II .s Mlactuallv d* Mentfoca Gr.)tI1H wasckaa4a I- the' Krngbta. nf reprisals for the arrests. paint is Into the divine design ofselveUnn
participate by BM*. ef the fleet el" ItaUM :- niumbua as i oiher I lay wore patted at all tti ," the. Pope ssui
city s (etHeMe scbiwU. Then
:ng TespoAS | ceflsnseMM by pun.' groups following thrre ilu 'the cetMctl of IN UnrvortilrW Prat tnet ... "however
Answering another fMlmaVtv Padre ks.*eese< At Arties. dent attacks on the (hun h PueMa voted to ....,.*... unworthy. man h. heard and

r.nremmg the use ef the ke .... ru.t the sdsdenls ousted & lu4e.H who hd taken ,,,lit,,,." Pray for Iii I these
a't' In read the fifties; std "Whew a la*<>< wcs m* > a II( of t' "..>v...l>.o sod thru part In the Mtireligiou dams. wnn t1..tacHf'm"I V" tIt

>>um' nr perform the fineMI altar our llbI. bmLblpsesthe h iko. into a ttrflMlK) nut' enitrHMOSrrhhlik. the *|nMlnlai. Prtesti. and
of commentator, !Notltiee ,lent fill the !NeUvtty 4Ofir s. hoed, vhmitiMg at tear( *>" I It .l II I I Iou. preai hers and
tinted I hat.\.. to' .hwN..1" Lady M a se MkiMwn a'd"alongtuba"> ennp > ,, ,\ ..e M..riM.i Islet' miMinners, (aiinf ,il men ilitii '
,, < ttsifsMlsM, <*>. Diocesan increases the rr..d her Ihsl lh.. wear .
Pr r \ women nr girls's s community A fr c ds .If'' < r e/ a M nl in the ', *,m ng ef t'I.i
mums the! }'[> die's: and le* flrtt olfuMl art ef Paul and :> I. 1I f)t ? ,'km"' t. taking part In "s public mlff ... ki'd"'n
v'ns mud he 'earl hv a man human wsa 'I.n.r the llnly P' .. M. ".r Jt,; JI I: 'w t '-. >r off _: ;e "' A";r -' :, .' '::1 1 t' ,i i' 'f"i : i a >l.lUn .f lash asset ?a- t'' .rl 'n"he" .. In train

Women hom ran .per' s rrtfw.. .f the Meea sa IHs f rrrt: "re r 's': ..I3' n I .s* -,' lit::1:: .' > ,J ct t- :. j C .tmn' s 1., J IrMlim." If I h'' day n.t renter It

firm 'nt f..nr.nft I o( rnmmeft Mart of Bt In'4'I'' | 'ugh'; ; :11 i s' j ", "h:7waaf 1 % r :. .: d n. .' are r'"I t >hr., |r. d' .1'!' .." he

recent investiture. of 17 m" it I K 1 la f 1 I' Vs -! r':1Itt-s: i 1 what Ar "p t I.t.. \1"111II"', "I' I r.'jr !..dr

Charities'staff adds .
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t.e staff She has red, r' i M 1 "DM nude bis first" : 'IMfere4ral
in s<*il work at )
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4. to \ II".* Radix. b) tiAo '
Must 'newt wuth.d for usefathoic ,
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rra' H r ,... broad ctaM flaw Jensen Beach to serve Diocese
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