The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00081
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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eFtord'a i 'row strong

lives of 777 with Council

Lf;<>rOLI>\ II.l.h.: The COIIRD (NO) The death of

three Belgian Sinters and a Dutch Priest hurt November CathotltcIn. d dt ,

have been confirmed by refugees here. bringing the five t 1

year toll of Catholic missionaries in the Congo to 171.

Margaret Hayes. an Eng and the White Fathers 1? Pope advises

fish Protestant nurse liber Time are still t 12 n""I"1\o" \ .V\\l, .No. 37 Orlando, llorlda, Friday, July 1ft, 196S JOe

sled from Congolese rebels amiss chose fate IS not known, .

by government troop late last ______ .
month laid the baa received
\TlC\S (IFV (:NC-rope) r.ul1 haa cauti.."m.'! the. Hrnlngy of price" Is
eyewitness accounts of the
deaths of the nuawmaries at that the HM-alled aggiornamento" or updating of thr undrrgnliti a trials.
the mission Uatkm of Bana Church that la bring striven for by the ecumenical unin liieie n a
  • (.,,\ of "prin
    La. Ales mil a dinunutim nf
    oil does not mean a 'weakening of the moral t.m".I'| .
    the set) leMilutions. bmlh,
    The Priest was Identified ment of the modern Catholic," 1''h.MKI.'flllhd.nh, and II\lIl..1.. .

    ai lather Herman Riswhop Shaking to the Umuaamla in St. Peter basilica" during trust which attn the war
    a Dutch Sacred Heart mislionary. r hm audience seemed!' to constitute i ">
    weekly general (July 7)), the Pope concentrated pi
    Besides the Priest
    gram for future history and
    his thought on the admonition
    Gospel to all
    and the Sinters< I the Prole it pave the WIN. lor international
    tint missionaries and tee Christians: 'Be saints. fish that Christianity. which disarmament, negcvution

    children died at Banalia. He noted that wt live in a I the Catholic Church interprets .. ; and collihoi itionf

    Act ordmg to the Oath,,d' e time of guest' change I In I and lit,.. may bring I "\\ ire. moving hat'keard
    thought and customs and that I .
    light unity, .
    Information office In Leopc d- regeneration liikleid of forward oa the
    yule the latest reports bring 'traditional norms"lit oftenplaced I proispontv, posse and salts road tt civilization," ht em-.
    the death toll of missionariesto in question lion to the modern work! phitliedAi .
    This, he said, li under
    171 during the past five standiblt but not laudable haler. and once. stain using If to explain !his constant

    j ears in the former Belgian unless it Is auomptiried bv his regular Sunday apprarame return to tht question of

    territoiv This figure doesnot great and cautious study alwavi it a wlnrinw abuse pent. the Pope HidThis '
    Include Protestant nusnonaries accoidmg to the. gold St. "Peter's square It speak is too sri.. ions a m liter

    nor the many Congolese amt of those who has e nf peace.. Pope Paul said that not to mention It again"
    teachers believed

    to be killed r-f -V- knowledge ind the. authunlN
    ) to lay down laws of Christian
    1W1jlafI'rleltl.. Sinters and living" Sees advantages in
    I.rothfn have been the harden .
    hit having lost a total of Pom| raul continued:

    Ifs T"f'nh'Wf\l'n Dutch mistionanei "Today, nnfttrlunitelv, one. family life changes
    have been killed t sees a weakening In the thtrnanre .
    and 11 Italian nf the pr.'pl."hk'h -
    lIr.fin: (:.NOipniein ) Popt( Paul VI exprewednt .
    It the thurth
    Only ....Iem..rk.... fatality up
    was included among the lull has proposed 'far the SHIM'11(1( with the drvelopmer, of modern family lift but

    of miktioniries. She Is M.ler ration and moral dignity. of said i i he taw advantages in m any of the Innovations being

    :Marynl"inrtle IIf theIaagbters III sons. made in it.

    .UMom ..f
    Bellemoreea Perk she "A spirit of crash twin i and The r\1'|ie" waa leaking I to partl<'Ipanta In the. Interfamily -
    even of indutilitv anti rebellion
    national iifeteiut
    "n killed last :November. ; on the who writ present
    / plates in question thesacrosamt
    s i, t I 1T (July 7)) at hia weekly gen eral audience. Twenty-eight
    The total dead among the norms of Chrisban nillona sent delegates to
    nil'jolllnanl'W includes W6 eJJ life. of mltmiMtical de the Rumt confetvnte without f far the Church
    I'r testa 37 Sinters. 24 Brothem |nn1ment and of religious (per bawdy find pomtivt aipe 'ti
    'tn'lion. "In a world In complHttriMfofmalHin
    in of them Innovations
    three KuropeiMi lay misionan many
    One sfwaka of 'Ulwiation. the 1'111'41| the cessation for example. of
    Mmmanan<'s and one Congolese Unique golden dome tops Heidrich Center Orlando one makes man the enter ideery said. "it would' bt ,UK ltss tn some nodal! and domestic rtitiKtmn -
    ont s eyes Id changer
    colt, one permita nat
    mott fire and nln."IUlla -
    the arks. .
    the Among ironer rellg Fathers out **d Bwhop Moore' High Sth.x.l: t new the umbrella-tike. dome. for !lot'king<< 3} smaller steel column" *, giving' a uialiktic criteria The notion which art takwa( plttt tven choice of ml''ma lit
    in the most stable sot|
    Brothers have lost 8 mom Cultural. Center and Gymnasium into place on the od.gonlrlne\ clear-apan interiorork la now nf sin It altered* obedient t u t.tHlbM.1 led itul Pew. muse i imrtnrrt. greater tart m the

    be r. the. holy Ghost Fathers attract*! thousands of spectators( perimeter.The progressing to enclose the four tmpugnad and. its. tIM.tllut..1 No matttr how great wen. !iitrmation of the '1IOUlf'. a
    ftwrtiMt In tht order i
    and mtht'rI' as have tile hat week *a the atructure rotanve uniquely engineered dome atory-htgh Center with tlWUivj the merits of yertenfcy'i mule lively' lntrrr In the
    tog nf the eccksiil com mum tdiwatinn of (children. and..
    Father and Brothers of the dome was marl 1. \\'orkmenuaing of 19000 square feet sits on five glass door around the ground ty M canietted." Itmlly" it It the ramsty of today other .
    "many .11'| Sarrrd' Heart The Dominicans a '70-foot center meat swung\ main concrete anchor points and level arrhmyi. amid. t HMrrow which: de introus lo list singly the. hate
    hate recorded 13 deaths, Pope Paul' said there. Is a nand the ittefittwn ol mill
    --- tendency. (achy It tolluwshrrpllke abu truly de..... the Band t4iium being or will he studied
    'by the specialists. churn \''u
    ; the rurrrnl fohlim.the mentality the friend of .Bity." hate InvlUd to speak during

    I Catechetical camping sessions underway ,tf Ihe wjrld! ,Ml this,rerlilt- the. ll-ilj.rsthrr ennllnnrd. your. *ff ttII1rtt W our role deslrt that frontyour
    r .
    ; nls mil how we must runcelve 1'h... new fimlliei. are
    delilwrtthin there met
    l1.m\I. f 111'- Thus week the aewriont of -att'he. rounarlors she worked together and returned is a counselor horn a studi'nl at Miami the 'igglnrnamenlo' I.ehkh i htrai Itriwd! by n"nIn arise a stronger desire la influrmt .

    dial camp began at Good Counsel lamp under UM dinc- to put the. amp out in IWW.Ihra. [)*
    of its long slumber allrnd Florida State I Pinter "1'111 'agiiMirnamento i isnM same to legitimate pi twt u 1Ilhorn" In em h of is i,,.
    I lion of Mnruwgnor George W Cumnunga after four years In I'Mlnmt. Hut-and it
    TalUhaut. (his s sy with
    Alter three summers' ah- lily in cum to be cumeived as wink unlrlts' the puipo "if
    thelr hrrf'. he Is now hash
    It followed on U* heels of the f highly uciomrful. lash met. Htrnw tehMlcltr to lain al camp, as a swim. ing Rtpttmbtr Ht ,is much .lag for lie weaktning of the tarluding. In the various I U">i

    annual_ aeatuun of wooskraft for buys which. eMend heist back again this. year tn tht m4.f IntlrurtHr-and ht has sought after at camp because moral tempeiamtnl IIf tinmadtra Pontiff will go to that art passed. di" |N"iti<>ntalwavs
    ef nil pathflmttag ability, favoiabit to tlrtwnlml >'"
    l'nday. Catholic. hut ratheiMr Priory
    In the klk...... fee cairn. Good Couswtl staff This u a flair f.r cimpflrrs.Jatk .
    and lumUmrnUI'
    Si.!fii fit, Si Benedict an walk his asghta summer here as a (ieod Counsel campers ta the growth af his errgieawl CistolgandolfoItdMK '
    pit are a huge w
    the roe rouMtwr the Mollins.. the htad toy tile leadership af .... to makt him. mart aware tell which 'Is the family
    issuing" \ m teaching boa and .. Durug year
    a new atO\ all to
    1..lf'Hm' t lasses at tamp .he teaches rttifto. "history, rtfltn mttrwctiu at the bays sod other pest.. cauMtlorsdmum and. more. MtfWMi9n9 |A his : (1\1| Pop taut| The cooftremt wa ipwn
    weeks Another till delight ti NIL err ctsA drama and woodcraft i Imp was a thfcatoahttical st* ......." VI I is etjiedtd. to go tn 'has sired by the Inlrnulionil
    Inr the at
    turning swimming
    ...,"un. lor the :NarthMo '! fat hswlMg purposes. thecamp Bishop Marry High Ichts4ft M camper m IMI and became a iHMt UMLwVWfly. lanai UVWSMI Tm' H. ... aM; "W, must summer home at lantolgan Amos I of family OrinnlsinsIWMMtrd
    ida eition will now a trailer Al hit csmaarlor ta lt#*. Ht hat MM Hartl lily .hsjif dm .he MM if tie !truly shale beard DM tad of July In I IW7
    << begin
    whirl<<: CM .aaasUt. tour war camp Among others. at the seek
    toe last seek of July rsoos mass J* ta htad W the swtm- I'upe Paul has delayed,
    Reds l Iv aurfMwt acre severalnewly
    ming .bsp sMrsws; sod ht .hasa accuse sevenPriests Irivrllng u the summer" tesIdrnrt -
    There were I'M eaaaapers" al tampers. ire delighted. I* AIM tlympr siat. pool t. 1 I hi (he .\lhmi Ililli subside ordained AmtriianPrints .
    the bovs' wt.drrafl w.a Hud eat skit atl the hoots work with ai well as IMbtwliful .( Hume .hrriutf *| the from Louvain I'nivrr
    shah opened al (*MM| less base beet. rettaUhrd and repwnled. 1 laktAMUMT jailed in H ungary forstruction prnture tf work during re. city in Belgium with their.
    sel ta lace 11 aft It ...*.? rwwH.lh rent months families AIM present wertI'niM
    familiar lattarowM *A.in high school' and
    >a f.r the trips that l litihrid.
    Fighiren couataton lad by camp tor till peat U However ht .hs net* idl college stttdrntsDanto .
    Gars |1I/lIA'| tf Dayttaa years la. IM af URtyMathis giving religious in toed l that ht needs i peeled

    Beach (torn tilt staff A new move prajtdorwrves He artesMts XavltrCalsrgt af rent. ad It It taptctod cyclical

    tampers wnt. arrtvad hers up somt lint mass ta dew (less. as a r.o\> ( :\fI i Seven pmata" hive been 11I'111..1. | to i atMxtl\ 1 e4 sin h a cnaylrtlM\ that audisoctt td .luallcsprtvhtt
    last !Sundav fouml that Good thus year .U4 a atw .jtppuU pharmacy majar wNta l lie tt h... been |pwuiide M !Hungary will hro tat .. a mmimurn
    : after actirt trial cummumtt l
    long triune a in << will
    Counsel 1 Limp .had laraua the camp i traaapartaAll away from I hit .hoar in Earlier in July It was reported drag die first .htlf tf appear

    lead many changes Nan depsrursll. 1Ms pas/. Ocala At camp ht atttasVato Hoasry.f that Jesuit Prttsts. ,\
    (r..p tf Prlnli tt h* Jailed I sit uguatPapt l \1IC\" ( IFV (Nl An
    the day when Let ,..,'. last .... the tpfcttpaf lit .WI...sand ? a seven torhsmVwaarhar la had .tees impriatatH" Jar "Paul! .has .ben. .....n ulhnritativt, Vati< an som.t
    rectally lluifiry.Tht
    session catnt to a d... All Una saw tsyamitsH.. hyrttesl. flmti time to la* mactivMMt ... .9f Hit mwtnsmtsic ta spreading rtligtous prtaagtata td to lit .IMWUM. tamtwhtttired dated that (ontiaiv to "puN

    According, to the camp hts>t.tf. could swvtrmaht af the caIIpIIfI aweq. carry end. their prtottty ....1. It coavtrtoal at the bee In the factories where they at rat tut public coming ,Inhed. ir|"trts that "lope Paul,

    rewiletter. Oood Couaitl Good CsMsnttl. Can a try Mid find to earn their trttls. a BusUptat. radio an worked nits and I...... TardlMl M I had derided. li dealt puts,
    Tamp is mart thaa kwt fcwtttr .... Thst. H vhtrtctwsatltta PiafUtt .to --I' ks hernia a* wtrktrtwttt ar. nsw esmesl said have told The seined group aid. these Tlsstraat, .tn Ml addrswi to iiihmf a bug tipmtpil rntyilual -

    iWvtl's Canton aM "e 110 psftsaal tfftrti emit' ft!) fnu. w*e heel mea tu.... .( flitf religious inMrwrtM I their lawyers la protest terms areMather: mt Rape an MM usaivwrstryaf MI Dtntt until' this
    Inca here are tamt para- amt sit teens ft awes member II .. Tnht tt Hit M v wit hi illegally against tot statoactt. sod. Laaih Kmewdy the papal, earaiMitsi, tprtaatd autumn the Pop. will issue It

    grape from tilt aewlkNMr at' a w pelt of Mesh...e Croat aril fans.* whta kt NIl t< haviag lUfgal toalactiwrth appeal them to a hiss sue yeses: Patttr Istves Mw taaeara af the within MM attt tours ...kiM .
    mat mrncawit .sp.w'ms a ..... eW d..o bas .. woo a csMsasv .ansittsji, mvt the Wett revel According to the. Ger. Kttovirh ftw ,..n. ra wrJttiaf CaOag af Cuff ah. that tht.
    camp and gtna .IaMMIu .ap'I dr)1V... force pet 1gysats mart sage He rime to camp 'nan (atholir news agency, HIVe and \'**., .May ladies ,Piglet bt sees. ,ss..MI" .. slit rtmmrnvUVMt

    :)tt.o camp ..... wad aM II id" 1M un rM aad 1MT as a camper They sere the second 1'J A. this .u UM Aril time an 1'11161, %, bMk page .ttk |. :, back f 1",

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    Bishop Moore High School's multipurpose Heidrich Center

    He "ill 3 Heidrv and faatty art looses fIi the aa J VUxtsVa AIA ,1&111\1 i arrh', ", and rVm#v.. wll:I b- attracted k% .ht arh..rta in'"; or "m 'in dull, / the tosMtetiog e mr tll the adjoining.) field !hw '"f

    gWrrer-mit 'n V..iar C.r'er: tvutg kuift on the athletic BuJdtra Orta A.. ,.,.. rnira.rs e.t*" ha t irt I'" 1ht'' e. .", ,rr 'r. ,.1.'" r tin ..'- art f .1 rid 'h, ,, high .1'1'.1. H.I,. l In the barsgmund. left art

    :A alia t rnt Or amid'.s Bwhof Note High .Vh4 rnsM.r. I' ...riure. '--*A'. 'rl> .t r-. n -h* !Ps i a famrg K: N' ..rT" "1' nearby bu i 1"1111" 4' ''t"r." '.boil" : said ngftt tht

    trrGrnd' ass U.-n' b.. Hr HrtdrtcJi 1aat)6&rt11 ThetoN't, a a'.'!f., cafKvr" ., <,* sr. ':>f> 'I"| u',.is 'n' r'I"tp., w .. set" 1st /1'1.4/1 ro'.a' I '11 CUs.t' "t if '.' .,1."' J"lfl'h.PKY .


    Two The Florida Catholic, Friday! _July 18, !

    Reports ud

    Clearwater! New deanery chairmen Pope names US,

    ST. CECELIA citizen a
    Huthanne l Arnold, daughter listed for DCCW yearTh.
    01lr.. and !Mrs Francis Ar ? VATICAN CITY (XCi ,.,
    acid, St. Cecelia parish r yr p ; Divine Word Priest t
    = 111_... .un11' .' 1'.Iholle NunN I
    ( I.7.1h.
    W.5 taN
    ricarwater, was among 21 .. .... thl' 11.1. hobby it has been to .
    "-. .rn..,.. ... h.lr.... f.r un.... Clip se I
    postulants accepted into the track of every Negro; c .1- .
    Novitiate; of Mount St. Clare .' '. )l. President Historian in the Church's histon ,
    rrmvent at a reception ceremony $ Mrs. George Sierra Mrs. John King soon be included in t,. z
    held in Mount St. Clare ';" 4616 Browning Avenue 103 Mission Hills number.
    < h a pel I Sunday morning, t Tampa Temple Terrace

    dime 13.: Her name in religion J '". International and Inter-
    "'Ice Presldent
    I' Sister Mary Joseph Fran- s {JI ;"f : I- -
    V American
    I 1.q' .. Mrs. Charlene Cunningham ,
    cis. (r. Foreign Students Bishop clad!
    ''' \ 2500 Oakdale St. South
    l \ '" 4921 33rd Terrace N.
    ST. PAUL f \ r .
    St. Petersburg Lewis
    'anshioneri of St Paula) .t : 1 : Mrs. Richard J Sullivan

    m Leesburg recently web \ 4r\r t \ : 4030 McLane Dr. Apostolate of Public 5.\.D.
    -imrd Father Benlgnui I \ I Tampa Opinion-Libraries and ,
    Juanei' S.J. to the parish for i' ''I \ ,' J Literature
    tl summer. i tl,2' >> Corresponding Secretary Mrs. A. R. Updike Jr.
    Bather Juanes was or- 1. t ';- 1\0. '1{ Mrs. Ernest Charrette Crooked Lake He Is Father Carlos tnll|

    darned! in Spain and has : 1 Ul A. t .J':( 1 2623 Bryant Ave. Babeon Park S.V.D., a I'anama-born lull
    ,. \ ( .ft
    taught in Cuba, Venezuela, a f Tampa ed States citizen who till" bt
    Columbia and the Dominican Publicity and Public auxiliary Archbishop

    Republic. While in Cuba, Father St. Jude parish guild's new leaders Treasurer Mrs. Walter Fries Relations Tomas Alberto Claiel Iles.
    Juanes was privileged to Mrs. Wm. R. Chaneey des of Panama. Pope Paul VI)
    meet Father Pedro Arrupe, Monsignor James J. Meehan of. ward Fitzsimmons, Mrs. John asks all members to join the officers !- St.1164 Petersburg Snell Isle Blvd. 4012 Zellar named him (July 2)) titular

    general: of the Jesuit order, ficiated at the installation of of. Crusemeyer, Mrs. John J. Green, in promoting the projects of Tampa Bishop of Notapietra.

    who was working as the ficera of the St Jude' Women'a the pastor, Mrs. John Greaser, the parish. Catholic Charities and Reports .
    Japanese provincial at that Guild In St. Petersburg From the Mrs Donald Smith and Mrs. Mark Foreign<< Relief Mrs. Dorian M-rfey Bishop-elect Lewis. a ,
    born in Panama .
    was No\ ",
    time.Father Juanes has written left, the new leaden are Mrs. Ed. Sebacher. Mrs. Grosser, president, 5820 Mrs.Commonwealth Vincent Salliote St. S. 402 BrandonN.; Oakwood Ave her 2, 1918, has been vice rr.

    St. tor of the College of St Peer
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    two books-"Latin Language: PetersburgCivil
    Modern Methods" and "Ma. Speakers' Bureau the Apostle in Rome s:":|
    Beach Sarasota
    Rock studentsTrinity
    jor Progress in Studies." The College Mrs. G. D. R..neWs 1964.
    Jesuit is spending several ST JEROME QUEEN OF MARTYRSA Berlin's prelate College In Washing. Mrs John McDonald Box 316 For three years prior 1'
    Father Roman S. Gromalahas benefit luncheon and card 6710 10th St. N
    San Antonio that he was prefect of set
    months In Leesburg at the In. ton, D.C. lists the followingarea
    vitation of Father Keith Sy- announced that the Sun party will be held on Thurs pleads for unify students who achieve St. Petersburg antics at the Divine Word 1:1-:
    day Mass schedule for St. day, July 22, at noon, in Our Spiritual Development and ternational College in Roe"
    mons, pastor, and will con honors for academic excel. Committee on Cooperating rand
    Jerome Church has been Lady Queen of Martyrs parish DKRLIV (NC-Archblshop) Retreats before that taught d0;'
    tinue private studies. lence during the last semester with Confraternity of i
    changed to 8 and 10 a m. hall, Sarasota. A limited Alfred Bcngsch has told a before the classes were Christian Doctrine Mrs. h Harry Vogt and morals at the D.n
    '"\"\\V\un\**\\\\\**\* M number of tickets are available congregation of 5000 Catholic 3716 31st Ave. N. Word Seminary in
    closed for the summer:: Mrs. Rudolph Cosk Bat ?t
    by advances ale only. No In West Berlin that it must St. Petersburg
    St. Petersburg Deadlines Mary Ann Hoeper of Eau 3006 Barcelona Mississippi whe e .j
    ... ., ...... reservations are being taken be evident to all people that
    N..1..1. I Gallie; II. Clayton Scanlan of Tampa Youth and Vacation Camp was ordained in 1948. He '' 'J
    h..14 ..ooh 'Tkt e1Ble.' < ...h..n. and no tickets will be sold at hate "cannot eliminate fear
    Ormond Beach Mary Ellen Mrs. W. E. Tatfenhorst a doctorate in theolocv fr i
    .. ;
    crrifx a 111h. M >< ri the door and nihilism" in the world. ,Laws
    a.. "lets". .hale" d.h Ih..N. Bordenca of Ponte Vedra Constitution and By 3636 Gardenia Dr. Home's Gregorian I'nr.c'-,
    ALPINE .. h, .rld.ra. p.bll...... To purchase tickets, please The Bishop of Berlin spokeIn Organization and
    Beach and Loretta
    I. 'h. I.11..I.l ..1'.,'. I..... call the ticket chairman, Mrs. the church of Mary Queenof ; Ie\elopmenl Tampa tyThe
    Perez of St. Bishop-elect has H
    The all MW Nursing Hem NWNNNMNMN.NN.NNIHEARING D. J. Michael, at Sarasota Martyrs, dedicated to the Petersburg. Mrs. J. Cruickshank Home and School .",oclallom I lished a book on the Chii, r
    (for the finest in Hurting 9587007, or Mrs. Karl Brun. victims of nazi brutality. Rt. 2. Box 349 Mrs. M. M. Huaey
    AIDS decoratesBONN Negro Bishops, which he
    Horn Cr. Spain recently >
    ing at Bradenton 755414.1.
    Plant 306( E. ParisFamily
    $67-0571 S4995 Declaring that the world I U brought up to date ian
    ... Mrs. Richard Kademachcr (NC) The vicar Tampa
    I for I anl article for ,
    struggling unity
    3456 2lit Ave. South IJfe and Parent r
    ,,. Is general chairman of the general of the Aachen diocese
    TI r.iip. world la. >10'
    .... huts, purh..1 affair On her committee are brotherhood, Archbishop I Monsignor Hermann Education: Traffic CMe .Participation and published by the DIVIne W .
    liengsch said MI5Iionariel.CLEARWATER.
    .ELSWORTH Mrs Calvin Lallurd, president : Muessener, has been decorated Safety Legislation
    .. .,
    eel T, ltl fk. IH-" $!
    Mrs. Eric Cox Airs D. A.
    of Our Lady Queen of "Many people look upon the by the Spanish govern Arduengo
    1111 Martyrs Guild, Mrs. Stan fly Church only as an institution. ment In recognition of his 405 West Amelia 1906 Aileen St.

    Edouard C. Craig trek, Mrs Furman Medlin, They are making it too simple work in caring for Spanish Tampa TampaLARGO

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    where men can prove themselves pp. by Dr. Richard G. Hewlett to the point, and parUll-i" i r

    Christians." July H5. 1948, *i everyone and Oscar E Anderson Jr. attention should be pairso> <;
    mil have been reminded by By John E Ryan NCVAC.HrORAL the opening article on U-' ',' I
    Julia Cardinal Dnrpfnrr ds i the :30th! anniversary this morality and) human eorm
    told a traffic conference In mine, written by Father C' ,
    IMs year. taw the firing of the / Problem
    city that hristlan'* first atomic bomb at the "* and Christian Per- Past van Ouwrrkerk( CSS.Iof i
    should accept modern means 1 Holland
    of transportation as a "lift of 4 Trinity site In New Mexico nonalmm." edited by Father -

    God." An author telling the dramatic Frani Boex-kle Pauline Appended to the pun i

    story of that day the Prose, New York. 181 articles are some cur tent 1
    "There I Ie food for thought St. Matthew Guild officers, Jacksonville birth of the nuclear age, has $".M. pp. umenti. Including a short
    he said "in the fact that 60 two strikes on him for many thoughtful piece on thedentine
    per cent to 70 per cent of traf. Father Daniel! C. Hcgarty. pa*. They are from the left landing-: Jr.J Heated: Mi.*. WiIIUam Me- of the people responsible for This Is the fifth volume In view of jmtil l lat )

    fie accident are the driver tor. Invited Mr. George P. Coyl Mr*. William Allen Mr, Jack Nenamy MrtI. Joseph Canlpelll the event or who were actual the Concilium series of book by Father Edward Schll

    fault In modern driving people from the diocesan Women Coun- ran Mr*. Joseph Dasher Father Mrs. Thomas S Lobrano Jr. the I 1)' there have told their tales dealing with contemporary bwckx 0.P.

    have a fascinating opportunity fU to Install the officer of St Hegarty, Mr*. Mary Staata Mrs president and Mr. Cojle Such has been the outpour theological problems and published On the whole, the es >
    to put their Christian Matthew Guild in Jacksonville Joseph Hornack, Mrs. Jesse Bird Ing of books and articles on In the United States by have an uneven quality S', t
    Faith and moral into prac the story of the United States the Paullst Press It offer of them are wperfi
    tire,.5The scientific community's race new essays on such subjects of problems U! it
    Cardinal to achieve atomic and have been treated
    cited disrespect Consecration setDr8l'QrE fission better in
    for the right of other In Spain later fusion that about all Sisters watched other book These" faults( m;,y
    and for the Christian com (NO) .*rch. that remains for an author he Inevitable, especially! In

    mandmetit of charity as the bishop Egidra \agnoui apostolic now Is to find human Interest \IFN\A Austria (NC') light of the rapid development
    main causes\ of traffic accident delegate!! In the United' Authorities of 'apparitions''( angles previously undetectedand Msitors returning here from of theology at the present rr>

    *. States win consecrate Bixhofvdesignate warn make a smooth running communist Czerhnlovakla report mont, but they give the bole
    Loral J Walters story of the highlights That that a definite sense of br'
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    member of a group in here, August X repeated the warning of the Catholic Bishops. about alleged the administrator of the jrat diocese m Day of Trinity strict watch and the Sisters new! book on theology; thne

    which everyone It "a man ''J, ( supernatural apparition which are aid to occur In Monsignor Doroteo Kermmuei cannot even visit their days may begin to predate
    Put (here Is afsays l nerd I* church as soon as they are driven off
    for other without a guard
    a amall village In the diocese signed an episcopadorree '
    ponder the Implications of
    apparitions of (he rinsed The Sisters manufacturehosts the publisher' lot
    Bishop elect of Santander. \ Iralll in Uti I. study made Mating by that diocesan after authontioi i 1 a that day and the subsequent for all the churches In Dy Donald Urophy NCWC,
    : development of nuclear stale.ua
    JACKSONVILLE Leras J. The latest in a series of of They also claim to have nothing requires male.t Czechoslovakia. According to
    tidal warnings came after seen the Archangel Michael to affirm the supernatura!I visitors however only a J Makes FALSE JET[
    nattersBishop character of the The hook Is useful for Its small number of them are permitted .
    ..r newspapers published a report and say they know' in advance thai
    Kf.Rr.D"A.: B'O.O'..DlV that Concrpcion Con whin a new apparition VIlliort'ur. have taken )plate easy recital of the historic to engage In charitable up to 35e% more
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    13FT1CSAeMMMGIi espefted to see the Bleated
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    director of the American: sage" from the Archangel This report circulated by a serious basis, or as Mn|t there.' or This Is how I saw

    Martyr Retreat Rouse in Michael on June 18ftarabandat the International I press true and genuine it I*.\NMriTV, (\C-)

    Cedar Falls. Iowa will be is mountain brought many foreign visitor Mr Lamont Include In his Catholic Relief! ServiceNa'
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    The Life of Our Lord Sacred Scripture

    Catholic Comment John the Baptist noted 'Thy kingdom come'--eternal plead /

    SO u ardently. an verses ',, t
    of 1 IV last week's column wt echo the jubilation of that o?

    Forgiveness is practical necessity repentance surveyed in a rather gene when the Ark was borne t

    r a I way the significant
    in its < ,
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    came, preaching the psalm 131, with special attention t
    seems that all the saints who have people hardened in the8)'S of retaliation JOHN Father r I lys i permanent abode.
    IT to of repentance to the importance of its
    put pen to paper have had much tot that He demanded He fidelity insisted and urging the repentant to 1 underlying theology for an John J. But when the psalmist composed

    y about the forgiveness of others the law of foigivcness be baptized His initial sue- ( understanding of Gods planof CaslelotThe his prayer, the temple
    of that they love their enemies, do goodto salvation, had been destroyed and
    In their clear thinking the light unli cess was quite extraordinary. wax

    ,;ual grace let them see that this all and follow His example, as lie lIe must have baptized thous. Frank J. ; The author's yearning for being reconstructed, therk

    < SheedJohn
    human being is one of the most was to give it from the cross was called John the Baptist the royal line of David was of David no longer occupied

    curv,tical of his leligion It is true that some people are offended (Baptizer would be, perhaps in reality a yearning' for the author expresses this the throne; In fact thrrr
    j a better word now: I have occasionally was no throne for them tooceup
    There is an old saying that ther too easily and, therefore, they who eventual coming I of the concern dramatically in the '

    return. consider themselves offended often. met people Anointed One. the Meisia for form of a solemn oath sworn ) .
    its avenged themselves by think that he the founder
    benefits to those who harmedt' As time goes on they find it more and of modern Baptists!) it was from this line that he by the godly king 3The' That is why he ends ti "
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    difficult to forgive second stanza with prayer "F
    more went further To the ;
    m St. Stephen was much more con He was called John( the
    becomes true because a hard attitude Our Lord his Pharisees who were the divinely appointed dynasty into a few verses several the sake of David your sonant
    ned for the harm his enemies were Baptist by by ,
    c : was inoperative the chances actually
    the of In the long run Herod andit vanguard of Judaism I events which reject not the plea of yo>' r
    the spirit revenge own disciples by spiritual
    themselves than for pain of his least
    ci\ advent were, at vearserse 8 "
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    covered anointed ((10)) The
    who many anointed"
    harm to the thanto John the and the Sadducees
    insisted does more avenger was as ,
    caused him. St. Augustine ostensibly slim Indeed the reminiscences
    tl.'y Priesthood he would seem to express is the current descendantof
    the offenderVhocver refuses pardon that Salome demanded his held the High .
    that forgiveness of an enemy was words of David himself David who should be rule"
    violent! And sentiments
    offends God. That is the first and head on a platter used the only the ptalmM'i g
    ft work of mercy The same saint that ever seem to have come are by no meant Irrelevant : Behold. we heard of it the people

    1 pointed out the easily overlook 1 fact greatest harm to be suffered by un- :None of this mean that from him: "You brood of to us of a later age, in Ephrata : we found it in the The second part of the

    flit we condemned ourselves in the forgiveness Moreover no one can be John was the inventor of vipers, who has shown you to for although the Mrtiia has fields of Jaay. psalm '1118)) Is a pointed T,

    Our Father if we had a hard unforgiving so harsh without suffering a loss of baptism flee J from the wrath to already come and established The reference here is to the minder of God of the /lrre\ .

    attitude towards our neighbor peace He cannot be happy In his stub. lie was the baptizer par excellence come'" his kingdom, that kingdom Is Ark of the Convenant, a chest cable promise lie once maue

    In that prayer we say: "Forgive us horn decision. Finally the unforgiving but practically all That was bad enough But far from complete. containing the tablets of the to David:

    blinds himself further to the had the unforgivable thing was to Law and ookfd upon as the Your own offspring
    forgive those person religions practiced some
    cur trespasses as we his own follow: "Think not to say It is challenged questioned sacred symbol of God's presence I will set upon your
    The fact that he la endangering form of religiously significant
    who against U8. meanIng attacked, rejected It must
    trespass .
    We have His people throne;
    within yourselves among
    the Almostall
    soul because God will not pardon him washing of body.
    record demanding : also all the
    struggle against
    is this we on
    : go the great hadIt Abraham for our father For When David was a boIn Their sons too forever
    that God withhold forgiveness of as long as he refuses pardon to an. and still have paganisms it The Jews I tell you that God is able of weaknesses and imperfections Bethlehem Ephratai; he shall sit upon your throne

    flU. sins, if we ever are foolish enoughto other. had it I In the sixteenth chapter these stones to raise up children one might expect to find heard of its capture by the i ll.12i.

    refuse to pardon another. It shows We must pray to avoid the pitfall of of Leviticus we find it to Abraham" I Matthew: in an organization as human. Philistines Later after he This promise Is expressedin

    how careful we have to be in sayingthe self-deception in this matter Many unforgiving united with confession of 3. 791. In other words racial as it is divine. I'rtil that unknown had become a victorious war verse 17 In a comrn

    Lord's prayer people offer reasons to justify sins: the high Priest must descent their special pride end time when it will rior.king. he went to Jaar biblical figure of speech ,
    be in
    fixed final definitive
    Christ lived in the day of the evil their harsh stand. There are no reasons "confess all the Iniquities of and glory, was not to be the perfection, all its, memberscan (C'arlath.larim)I. where the her (Jerusalem) will man-,

    rode "An eye for an eye and a tooth honored by God. Just as He will the children of Israel" and test share the longing of the Ark had been kept after the a horn to sprout forth f<>
    Philistines had returned it. David; I will place a lamp tur
    'shall wash his flesh In the
    for a tooth" He was speaking constantly forgive us any sin so He demands that It Is Interesting to note that psalmist of old and pray anointed"

    to people who expected to be we forgive each other-and leave the holy place for John as for (hrlst, his "Thy kingdom come1"The and brought it in solemn procession my
    Hut this is a generalizedconfession into Jerusalem, And when Jesus, the royal
    cheated and oppressed! if another got punishment to Him Who alone knows not a confession cousin It was the high forth ones the of psalm begin with a where it was Installed tern. 1 Irsti., was about to be born
    the chance. Yet it was of these! very the motives and secrets of every heart of the Indl\Idual'. own sins. Judaism most violent that utterance.In plea to God It remember porarlly in an ornate tent Zachary the father of John:

    In John's own day a Jew who l l\ Id'. anxious ronrern to But it was his son Solomon the Baptist announced I I'' .

    had been defiled by contact general John astonishes construct a fit dwelling for who eventually built the temple arrival in precisely! tin >'

    . I with a Gentile would wash us by his moderation. Nee his Lord. of which lie had dreamed terms. (Luke 1, 6W59).

    Father Michael V. Gannon his body to cleanse himself of should have expected twenty

    Mission ., N.mbre Dt Din the defilement. vears of half-clad, half-

    What was special not starved life among wild' l Pope Paul VI
    in desert to producea
    beasts a
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    QR6vt' :; clupteRS: in the same about John's wild-eyed fanatic. If you'
    such Idea read
    had any
    preaching was his Insistence
    Asks for Dominican RepublicFollowing
    r that the Individual confess his verses 10 to 14 of Luke third peace .

    lol RlO.l CAtholic history own sinfulness chapter.
    To people asking John( what is a translationof system of free institutions for peaceful labors of your field'

    . And. since it Is normal to they should do, he simply the message sent recentlyby the formation of youth. and your indu.trle.1th tho

    Chapter 101TIIF wills stated that the properties home of Mr, James Cashen, men to find some bodily ex said: Give your extra tunic to Pope Paul VI to the Bishops The Church, which ,is present conviction: that in doing <"

    first election under were left to the church, in and insisted that he acceptthe presslon for anything they a man who has no tunic at Priests and of the among you in your venerated you will ensure the welfare In!

    constitution their language they had bequeathed price of his passage from feel strongly they would respond all, give your surplus food to people pastors your Bishop your beloved fatherland

    held by new the wardens on them specifically to Charleston readily to a cleansingof those who have not enough Dominican Republic and zealous Priests. desires Beloved sons of the Dorm
    M the which was so
    body apta
    tuary 18, 1823 It resultedthe Spanish church societies For nearly a year, St. lit Is similarly moderate : and wishes to live and act In can nation, we wish you t f.,
    symbol of the cleansing of hated we en -
    selection of the follow which no longer existed Augustine and Father McCarthy with the two classes CONFIDENTLY your midst to lend her help to know that the Cardinal [I'
    the soul message
    Bernardo Segui, Now with a sudden show of got along very well most by the whole Jewish the people with all the means gate the other Cardinal
    men But what John In the
    va appointed to serve energy the newly elected together.The put ( people l To tax-collectors to our representative at her disposal She loves their excellencies the Disc I I
    line of the of .
    "iiknt until the regular wardens posted claims on Faith and morals or Israel very greatest his calling coming for baptism and ask among you the apostolic more to live than to receive: ; ops. and the theologians lit
    prophets was he
    '''In\ could be held in these properties and hired an the people were strengthened to because Ing what they should do, nuncio, Monsignor Emanuele rather than ask for contributions came from various parts <

    I I' William Travers: attorney to circumvent the minor Improvements were upon the kingdom men repent of heaven said not to extort more tars Clarizio, who returns to jour she prefers to accept the world and met in Sant I
    obstacles Involved.T tion than was due And when that which is offered last March to
    Miranda; Fusebio M legal tarried through on the was at hand. The word heust' the soldiers Gentiles likely dear country We have heard sponUneouily Domingo participate
    z Joseph B Lancaster (church and large crowds attended because she knows in the Mariologic sand
    h t' determination d I I. for repent Is "metanoeite' enough asked the same question from his own' lips of your
    J. Kallo venerable that she can count on the Marian ha''
    'j i ; an is the buildup
    played by the warden had which means literallychange them not to ,
    he told use anxieties
    your preoccupationa
    to avail themselves of Mill generosity and understanding all\ brought us comfort i;
    happy result at once In an of mind, or more
    profoundly to
    In lit ume-clmk cnp.iclh violence, not .
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    and the sacraments. One sons support news regarding your 10 "
    t'! i first board accomplish ether l direction. change of soul a invent accusations, not to which
    young artillery officer from future, still remains, and development of her programs will and your sincere Chr"
    11tt'( rite than the compost- turning away from sin In the add to their by forclnlmon.y
    pay and beset with dif-
    Senor f'ontane presented the north noted that "it wai uncertain which art directed tian spirit We art confident
    tn! of Idlers lo Rafael ton- living depths of the being. out of the helpless.This .
    half of his long-overdue payment not an uninteresting spectacle end ficulty. exclusively for the welfare wt would like to say certain
    This, indeed In the could
    him to
    asking kindly and promised to satisfy to see the veiled Spanish was what caused the rulers solitary May we say with a sincere of the people and the whole that you will give proof > I
    the that he still his on
    pay money the balance promptly A :Minorcan beauties gracefully!; of his people to turn against put finger so precisely heart that wt have made this. Dominican nation your deep respect for ord '
    owed the congregation im his their faults perhaps,
    sense of prosperity prevailed kneel upon{ the hard stone state of uncertainty: ours and of your true patriot
    purchase of the I'athrrfI'III'1II1 him, That a new kingdom so many soldiers had confessed \t\i\ are well aware of the .
    among the congregation for floor during Mass, and they should with the Jewish that wt art very near to you by dedicating yourselves i
    property on llnnpltal) come to him However that fart thai when you help jour
    the first time In several' were not so devout as to preclude earth with one heart, as the fatherof tirelv to a peaceful reorga'
    the whole
    Street people ruling may be, advice of such brother who Is !I. need (cf.
    vears Some needed repairs the telegraphic sign all and we would hope ration of the country.
    -that they expected. moderation must have sound James I, til you also pie
    the regular elections of could now be undertaken The sub roi.a' between lovers. that you would discover in
    But they had not eftei' been ed, indeed must still sound, honor to dod Remember h..tthll
    April were scheduled for the wardens to "put a our words motives for renewed
    On July 4, the church was ihnt' must be incredible to those who assume this will be piinlble only wu'i'
    told that a profound
    fourth day of that month but saddle on the roof of the trust and firm confidence \- It is a great source of )joy
    the scene of a civic Independence withintheiiuelves that an unbalanced diet the unanimous pirttcipatiof
    nut a single member of the church And about this same spiritual change to travel united on for us to know that the
    arrived Day ceremony In to make the kingdom must produce an unbalanced all and by the perfect .nl,...
    prustless congregationshowed time, news that an that road which still sapsrates the clergy and the
    which the Induration of Independence character of Intent and of ill
    up at the vestry room other Priest was on his way possible you from complete in- members of Catholic Action purpose
    was read and an citizens, together with their
    to cast a ballot. On the following from Charleston, temal tranquility and of the "CursUlos deYiotiandad"
    oration was delivered Priests and their pastors who
    Sunday, a quorum wall secured rather Timothy McCarthy Question boxMark Therefore, !I. the nm of ( are ..tttdylJtluY' have bees placed bv God (<>
    and a new board was During this same period the to contribute to the
    ailed Into St Augustine on Cod we make frf\fDt and govern the Church (cfr ,\uM. 1\
    chosen. Bernardo Segui was wardens succeeded In of the
    June 20, 182S.Immediately. gaining urgent appeal that this strife present crisis 28)I,
    reflected president, Thomas title to the properties of Father found to be font whirl renders enemies.1 Wt have also been Informed

    Murphy and G. W. I'erpall the wardens Olleilly and began to nol you that in recent )ears you have There then art the prs "
    another cease
    replaced Lancaster and assembled to greet him, and, realizt some Income from one only introduced very desirable social ftil intentions that we w r''

    Gomez. with an air of authority care- them. They also secured for Matthew and Luke but rome to a lasting end action which Is tMoired trepMtotmn lay upon the a

    For yean the wills of Fa. fully examined his credentials dear possession to the school You art brothers, citizens by the social in-trine of the tar as wt celebrate i' ,,

    tlicr OUeilly and Father Apparently finding I building adjoining the church,, The Gospel- of- St-- John. is of the same country, and a Church and proclaimed by soltmnitv of the Lord Ri,1'i

    Cro whkh
    while their extensive properties pleased with the new Priest ent a bill to the city councilor asked me the other day features not shared and harmony ran di teever man Seethe mystery of love In Ute un.

    In St Augustine had bearing and manner they arranged rental of the proHTty| ( ..prl, was best how a. the He so by many the other Gospels t. I. her hunor her liberty and her also warmly MOM Ute of Gods people with Hind '
    fnlMlo.ln\ through
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    commandeered earlier as a the Samaritan woman the ritrictdal hatred b* t.rMeR. for the same purpoo is one. we Ih4HI/'

    meeting chamber It him. Promise of the Kuchanst. the sled and that there be an end with true oXtrmuutK ad nunv are. one body all '

    M. J. Murray In the course of ,Father Me A.'uur sun Mask wins a Good Shepherd the raising of to the use of arms by brothers proved OTMWM at tile us who partake of the or.

    Cat thy's first year, only one pare for thinking up a difficult Lazarus from the dead, and belonging" to the same sw Catholic I'lUvwirty of JJr.M" f I Car M 17V1 '

    untoward incident was recorded question, but he Is going the washing of the Apostles land that no out dare say Santiago fit lot Ctttutrotwhich our potorMl apoit"

    Strange but true in the minutes' the (a be disappointed If ht feet at the Last Supper t haul longer to salll the Mood offellow was established with blessing. through the inter ,

    sacristan gut drunk and had thinks his patron Mark should recently the first 14 verses of cttisms treat hope sad. as a happy stun of Our Lady' of A,tax'

    Copyright 1965 NCWC N,.t service to be filed \ few week win the evangelical popularity St. Johns Gospel were read Return In your peaceful. omen under the en title, a. r;* ait '* ,

    later, however, he was backon contest. every day at the end of Mats. labors for the revMutractsso self of the truly lundan,, cal| f .n ::1 t, :. .d[ f-itCatholic.

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    of His love for us (Ihef.: Catholic Kncvrluprdla : road lo and
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    words feel of
    one after another to make Catholic encyclopedias V.\TICCITY (VC)
    a new
    -and perhaps one of Its Ihe needs of the ,.
    God ,,11Iw\ satlntled New method .prt'.PIIIIlIun -
    never cyclopedia Or to be j Pope Paul has named ana-
    more explicit to make "The New major breakthroughs la In t and of' Ihe
    with lets thai perfectloa Inn Catholic Bach editor was then asked government (live Congolese to replace fit:
    Encyclopedia, which will be published in 15 the Indexing. Sister Claudia said the '(hurch In every country and
    < well though He knows to "chart his |
    volumes fwkT-lhat is, Melglan prelate who heads the
    by McGraw-Hill in method "wt have worked out
    1966! continent.
    September on i
    hat He null base te settle for to draw up a list of tentative This Is usually a laborious, every (archdlocta of Itukavu In the
    Thia ha for this Is
    been the of really a completelynew
    job a full-tlme staff of about 130
    much less. articles. with due regard for time-consuming protest, with method. Since this is The paper turned to I who
    \\'. may never achieve perfection lie persona are working in St. John'a Hall at the Catho- major and minor articles: and the I In d t xi n g information such a pioneer project we charges by the left wing Ulihop Joseph Ruiimb.

    but there is not a one University of America. (ion. had been underway long theft 1fI..latifln.II Dr. typed on cards, these filed in don't like to say too much I press that the Holy See hat '",lOOp of the diocese of Coma

    of us who cannot with mod- here. before that time. MrG ure phrased it. president alphabetical order etc If until we art sure ever)'thing 'evaded! \Italian government 'since 1100 was appointed{

    eat effort become much more The names of the principal articles. secretary ar this method were followed Is going to come out right 'taxes on dividends from 'apostolic administrator of

    of what a Christian a Christ- editors headed by Bishop .Planning aa encyclopedia trim, etc.Word. the Index might have taken shares it holds on the Haitian J Hukavu, replacing Archblsn 'p

    adherent ought to be. William J McDonald at edi Involves several phases almost another year to complete loaner the library of i lint II mil. kr6 It recalled that '1.0111.'In SteentV.F w a

    (rhrittlikene, begin with an James A Magner. associate editors mUll be secured the I III VI. index editor, found have had three learns |far as to Imagine.. a reprisal see' of Ausuccura railed ttmimrtnlv >
    honest inventory of our weakness editor
    ** We much too easily down the side of the Encyclo a very broad Itn... and inultltudlnuus was assigned. a provisional !- many encyclopedia offices doing. They were amsird"h|. to say, that the Holy See I I .

    excuse our character defects pedia's letterhead and the decUluns mutt be each staff number editor" of word. and thev had all been looking forM \\ hll. the work on the New ad threatened to dump all\ Its
    b\' staff fills St John Hall made, was 10 of 'slave into the market and
    saying. 'I'm only human >m* way automation to Catholic !
    Encyclopedia I It ten
    alter all; as though human!. pretty much to capacity-and As Father Whalen del to assign his tentative articles. word within, lengths that mi.* .Indesmg. problems, but tired at the Catholic| ('niters 'send price plummetingSuch 4.-,1..1- !...,

    tv and spiritual" mediocrity perhaps a bit more. cubed the operation. "Wt total had found nun*-and she was i t y of America, Father assertions said L'0 *. s. e..I.-.1 L .......

    were synonymousHe father John P Whales. tried to find the boot men in 'more or lest resigned to doing Whalen said It Is really spun- senator' Homaiw. "are devoid Ambulineo S.rv!..

    all are quite expert In who is managing editor of the 'the fields we decided tn. We Father Wit WhaM very fw said escepbons". de-, Ui* Indexing the "old"' sired by the lllshops of the of any foundation VA 4-1471

    sizing up the weaknesses of Kncvrlotwdia: calls It "a looked for the best Itay. I'nlted States who art also l ST AUGUSTINEMLMoIuAL
    person cured that no arttck would be
    others If wt can, in imagine Catholic encyclopedia for an We have. Dominican, snore than TWO wade then trustees of the university Changes toldI'W
    ten, stand away from our ecumenical age" Franciscans. ; Computors help II. pointed out that the majority
    Augustuu- we graded. them from 110O> : IOIIK (NCI-Father)
    selvet if and look at ourselvesat Itnih, Father Whale' and ana, Jewuts. Kedemptortst. down to M prate. IN) to Hut then she heard about ( of the editors art not |Daniel F. Flaherty I J., has

    shall we were another person. Dr. :Martla K P. Mrf.alre.; ete M Uw staff TIM was not :300 word. There ore very Documentation. Inc' of Re- from tits Catholic University. i!been ap|" lnfed/ esecutlvt edItor ,.
    we quickly not** some the senior editor, stress that a pIN; K I II Juat that wt wr low smaller articlo.and all theadn. Maryland which had but that the staff has brendrawn t of America magailn

    point that call for improve it li an encyclopedia lor theIntelligent iookutg for Iht .boot .*..... of them are In relative proportion done torn pttllmmary studim from across the country published. weekly her by HIP LMS.Mf
    meat Such
    M esamtnauonmay ..,mil. An .ts..ovat oi III the Nw to the sigMflcaoc of oa automation of toilet from many universities Jesuit H* formerly ws
    be pomful 'which probably Catholic 1M1c....... u the the articl ing and went to see them. although the Catholic Unlver book editor Paul K Cur," ,

    I* why s* few of us make "It I II not for children," number of Sitters on taw The final) reoult, after tens city facilities and library was named book editor,' Ti, ,
    Ib) but It r.nIt\. rewardingresults. they said It That* art ..WO .individually .1I have been Ued I JWJ7J'hH L'nJmt ".:M.1. I4
    Is written M
    'efl'"" and studies, is that I maflailn has lopfed hen
    language that should be Intelligible As Father Whales said "It I wrttttt) article. which the New Catholic Kncyclopdia lit stressed that although I lor mal featuring typogra| iileal II.,- It Dvy.. ,P.ea.i ItA 'r'
    cBmttax *. auk imiemore
    This setf-appraiaal will be to the average college reflects taM gamut upwardtrond a 's lads I I. being mad the publishers are McGraw I changes. the lint majiurevamping 7nd A... S.. Ph. 142 4SOI
    effective only. If we give to it graduate or the equivalent in the duration ofinstaaces the a ".1IIe aoneratrnoxlings from galley proofs by com Hill. and that they are financing I of the Mvear .'ij

    some few minutes each dv -for the mt lUg M layman ......." JoN meattoad. as iMcluding' te com putors the project, the editorial' I publication In mur than a ST. PETERSBURG
    Otherwise w. ouk-klv forget l Mother Mark .tmiMt articles, whet several' control I I. 'In the hand of the j d K'ade

    MrMIIfI to I our .imperfection And tHy.).. )potat out Peter OSU staff editor torAnterieM experts writ on their aswcialfMMt The rem pul.,* are not doIng nft'UUrommltlf't tod ..

    *. that the New Catholic Kncyriosiedta Church history i Men a* M thaw ox theNthle the Indeilng rourie, staff, wafer the direction ofliMhup
    The procedure I Is lo deride is .net eschtttwoiy tor She was formerly .prosidantof filter Claudia says, 'We McDonald. KYLE McLELLAN INC.

    I II the light of prater, wkkh adult CaUttiiea! "It I.." they th. Collofft of New .. So for II mWfen. rapes ar* making .... of the com The final work on for rn ,

    of our faults Is the bi.,etlone. note 'an avtnerHatr. work chit Methsr M ilse.dki have bees drliierrd lo Ik. putor simply as a (tool for Initruinont rtloprdla! Is planned so that FUNERAL DIRECTORS

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    begin In who wants information on the I H M president of the Cath tear resMiHtog I lull IL 3.154E C.sbesws SOt.;.. SI"" I 1114
    we working a pod u* I Ie start .ln......| from ( will( be Inrludrd. I.
    wheat way *l the elimination Church The cultural" .... is slit library AsaoriatM, u .bin suede wM r+mprk. the gjilieys whets normally you make It as up I. dale as putslble. -

    of thai fjvli much wider than on* mightexpert taVMetettoor. Indes.Of would lieu to wait for page (

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    potnt GRISSOM HOME
    Perhaps wt decide for ex flew II million word Completion of the toilet: U
    a* editor .people who arecomprtent W convinced
    ample, that our greatest character aid Dr akiitiirr accuracy art hone 141.1111KISSIMMEE I I
    works'The apomimately .
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    of them rather Whalen. galley term 'hanc of utttoMing hound volumes. ready by the -IUY T Iv I E11NI; rlnniirtabpetsnlag
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    and comfort and aetmn were established said Webb rt ass ewer The Nw Catholic Enryclawate soda. .' fall of PaulCriticizes! ( .4'rHEATH Maurs dune' ...4 Ilaaag.ra, ..1
    rarefy art ourselves nut for in the fall el 10.
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    Joint communique issued h ;Seven The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 18, 19M
    Priest dies

    by Catholics Lutherans /'et Sharing our treasure
    w of
    MLp prisoner

    BALTIMORE (XC-Expert scholara. appointed by Convert's leads I

    the United States Catholic Bishop. Commission' for Chinese Reds gratitude

    Ecumenical Affairs and by the U. S. National Commit toa

    of the Lutheran World Federation held to join class
    6-7)) meeting here. a two-day (July HO.NCi: KONG (:NCWordhas ) more inquiry

    been received here that
    Following is the text of' their joint communique Is. Father Dominic Tam of the K'T'UE most precious gift

    sued! at the close of the fin It official theological dusius. 11r Canton archdiocese died In a 1 lII'e have received" it

    lion. Red China "hospital" as a result said Plus XI, "is the gift of r

    In praise to God and in redeemed for only He whois of communist persecu the Faith. Father \. .

    gratitude for those gifts of God can redeem us. lion

    His Spirit whereby lie steadily 5. The :Nicene Faith The report was received by But e'er11ft In proportionto John A, ,

    draws His people to unityin grounded in the biblical proclamation ,r Father Jcweph\ Madeore its value demands gratitude O'Brlea v.

    Christ we rejoice in this about Christ and MET, pastor of Our Lady of towards the donor. Now

    first official theological con- the trinitariu baptismal I the Rosary church here. He the gut of Faith is so price
    frsatxm in the United States formulas laud in the Chur< h,
    said Father Tam died on May less that the only proportionate
    is both
    to God
    between Roman Catholic and doxology the! 11.
    Father and dogma about God means of gratitude in our
    believers. It
    Lutheran KImf' a great glow of
    the Son. At the time the communists (power is to pass the Faith w,
    Those regularly appointedto satisfaction to see how cksrly -
    took control of
    Canton in 1944 have received to others.
    arrange for and summon (. .\, we reflect upon the Father Tam was an assistantat the doctrines of the Catholic

    this meeting selected the role of dogma In our separated the cathedral there Then out thanks offering Is (hurch an based spun

    topic I for discussion: The communities, we are adequate) lalth for Faith, Holy Scripture and how tare

    Status of the Nicene; Creed as aware of the following: Father Madeore said that divine gift for divine gill fully the Church has met

    Dogma of the Church. % ".'.Ih" Tim was often questioned (hose teachings doss through

    (a) The Nicene Faith possesses ftZ and made !. ga toeemmaalsl It was In this eloquent way nineteen centuries.

    The main points of the conversation a unique status in the meetings designed that Helen L. Fisher of SouthItnd

    are summarized in hierarchy of dogmas bv (,'3. ? to Insult the Church. expressed her gratitudefor I was gratified to see the

    the following paragraphs: son of its testimony to and But he kept Intact his loyally the precious gift of the clear distinction which! the

    1. We confers in celebration of the mystery of ,. and the filth et the Chinese Faith. Since! her conversion In Catholic Faith makes be.!
    common the Catholics." 19.MI she has been Instrumental tween venial and motal sins
    Trinity as revealed in
    the Nicene Faith and therefore Winter Haven Guild in sharing her precious This makes sense to m,. I
    Our Saviour, and In- Serving
    hold that the Son, Our
    reason of its definitive replyto After Bishop Dominie TangS treasure with four others. had been afraid of confessionand !
    Lord Jesus Christ, who was J, apostolic administrator scorned it all life But
    made suffered died and an ever.recurring question. Officers of the St. Joseph Guild In Byron QuInn, president and Mrs. What she did every tealous my
    man. of
    Canton arrested Father 1 discovered that this
    This does not imply that the their Daniel Mrs. Armnnd Catholic can do, with God'sgrace
    rose again for our salvation, \V'ntrr! Haven will assist pastor, Egan; standing: Tam ran the see. In was instituted by Christwho

    is true God; that lie is from Nicene richness Faith of exhausted the. Father Matthew Connolly, left, In or. Ruggierri, Mrs James Lunney and 19S9, the communists put himIn illustrated, if he will in but the try. ThisIs gave to I His Church the

    God the Father as Son, and the person Scripture of Christ regardIng For Raniiation activity for the church. Mrs. Wilbur Barnes a Canton prison and then of Carole J, Theresa conver'Sinn power of forgiving sin, 'when

    therefore other than the Father the seated Mrs. transferred' him to Tak confessed
    example, the Council of dial- They are from left : Ymg Moats of South Dl'nd.ho recounts properly by a coun
    ; that the Godhead Is prison. There his I health these Influential I trite penitent who it deter
    cedon in 451 confessed' that ---- -- -
    one and undivided; and that lie "in like r ;...;--.1 un 1.tas lit aan: to fall as a result of events: mined to avoid the sm in the
    the Holy Spirit together with was every respect of Pastoral week enforced labor conditions future.I .
    us, except without sin" Legion decency'.I: :: I' : : : poor Helen Fisher Is, next to
    the Father and the Son, Is to ill treatment and no had never given a second
    I ibi I We are agreed that :Mi I':*4 I* Ik. Ikim. ,IMII. *f JLUtltutCI( A Pastoral God, chiefly responsible for
    be worshipped and glorified. rates movies r proper medical care. thought to the Blessed Motherof
    authoritative teaching in the new -7; Week Mill be held here conversion I visited her
    2 The Nicene Faith gathersup ', ?, im, my Christ but during the ,Instructions .
    and articulates Church serves the people of September S to 12 to mark the After ke was sent to! a labor after she had undergone a
    the biblical Morally uitobitcriofltble; fw general I (perceived how
    pitror* *
    God by protecting and nurturing i ? fourth of the Introduction nothing 'further serious for
    centenary ,
    ramp was operation' cancer
    testimony concerning the Son .1,.._ M... <4 Ik. T.ffr aid IM devoted Christ was to her and
    and His relationship to the the Faith Dogma hasa ('.Blur* Tfcl "'._,. MiMrn,. I Juncfe M.ntftotmM of Christianity to the heard of Father Tam until and her first statement was how when dying on the
    positive and a negative < Anti S ....,., and the fourth the of his dUlh.ralhf" "I know God won't
    Father.J. : l "r T "a*4 Mon H*>r Philippines news gl>e m* her
    Cross, He entrusted' to the
    The Nicene Faith formulated function It authoritatively repudiates 1..., .til..'.!'* .l.llt. .rr.nM I T*.i*(.. MIIII....... centenary of the death of mote than 1 can bra." loving care of Hn beloveddisciple
    erroneous teaching I**. Won J..., "nihil' "..., '" 1.11..1. Bishop Vatro de Quiroga Madeore said th.tof
    by the Council at and asserts the truth as revealed The W.mdw Noel hMl 'I'IteH "'.11...,. first of Mirhoaran the M Chinese diocesan Here was a Faith that was John. At the petitionof

    Nicea in 325 and developed in the saving feeds of had ... III, _. IM H... .TM". 111'". Mexico.Bishop Priests attached to Canton, a Ie profound and new to me, the Blessed Mother, Jesus
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    few still alive but little
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    contemporary errors The .* 11..w. T... OM II.. t w.f T.. IMuiliidtriKCtr and latin America are thus showing the power of
    (ci, The way In which doe- fMr IIM KM t rk I'ntwtklr' item r....rtFwr planning to attend. Helen arranged with Fa
    Church was obliged! to state Mission Sisters Mary's Intercession.That .
    trine li certified as dogma is ns1. 11f tMMi t.,.... rp Km i t.< ,. .icMl
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    answer for there Is a difference .. 'Ia N..M TMd P1..1 fof ......N "'.,... hi .1Ie NNOP..MM Check TV Sister Miriam Ilno\er has Instructions He opened to mea
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    question. airP1,51... ., ?Muss If 1'Nlt n.I prayers
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    ... Fight; The }norid Catholic, Friday July 18, 1965Cathedral's
    t., ,. :. \'.. .
    accuse sevenPriests .. .. .... -. .
    -- -- --- -

    forgiving Pope Pius XI honored with Priests to attend

    jailed in Hungary

    new commemorative statue Disciples of

    I religious instruction Christ
    \TICAN ('11C) It has finally been decided meeting
    fi.nlh.ii.-il from ...* curl, over bv Istvan Bimbo. a trial were hostile to the pren that the commemorative statue honoring Pope Pius XI \'.\TIC.\ Cin Istvan Thiry, four years: Father judge who has often sentenced sent regime in St. Peters is not worthy of the Pope plate in history Vatican Secretariate for promoting .

    L I Roszav nelgv, the Without fanfare!. the former Christian has
    a s z o Priests to jail in the Unity
    Religious education with the consent of the
    three and a half yearn; Father pat.t The witness said the statue which has 1 been appointed two PneMs-one of
    Judge went on, Is being given thing Cardinals created
    Alois Werner and Father Priests lawyer noted that the basilica for a quarter them the editor of a United
    adequately by the progovernmrnt Pius XI, and who helped
    Alexander Somog i, two.and. Regnum M i. r i a n u m had peace J Priests," ('enturhas \been for the original monu States diocesan weekly to
    a.half] years. never been forbidden and v "tr In its place is to be serve as observers at the
    decided to It.
    that it was the Priests dutyto Cited as evidence of the defcndents a new modern bronze forthcoming world convention
    ,\11 seven were members of teach teligion illegal contacts with which li said to The old statue will be sent of Churches of Christ i Disciples

    the Rrgniim of[diocesan:Marlanum Priests, a dl'dl.ratd society The judge replied that the the West, the witness report. dynamic spirit of the the Lateran palace to be ) in San Juan Puerto

    Priests action was a political ed were religious books and time mountain I in the Hall of Recon RIco.
    to religious education crime since onlY Priests textbooks printed In Western Achille Ratti. so named because it The secretariate announced

    Re8num 1\Ial18num headquarters loyal to the government are countries mainly France and The new' statue li by here that the Lateran July 121 that the Catholic
    were taken over by allowed to teach religion According Germany that had been sculptor Francisco !; (' between Italy and the Church III be represented at
    the government in 1951, but to the witness. he found on December B duringa See were signed during the August H3 meeting
    the ocit'tII as not banned said that the Hungarian con search of the Priests' Pius is shown seated reign
    KNA, German Catholic solution gives religious[ freeS houses. his left hand on a In the next week or so a Father .\ntanla t I Gonzales

    news agency[ here. said a witness dinn only to those who are All the youths asked! about aJot his right hand lifted in model of the new O.,'" of the Diversity of

    polled that the loyal to the government and their contacts with the ing He Is vested in a | will be placed in the Puerto Rico, and Father Bernard

    Priests trialI as presided t that the sen cn Priests on Priests at the trial answered and wears a tiara. \' empty niche, The Instal. ILaw', editor of the

    that the defendants had not statue will occupy the and inauguration of the Mississippi Register, newspaper -

    Priests persecuted by attacked Ilungarys government ( s plate as the older statue is expected to( of t the diocese of
    or social system but niche directly across place during the fourth Natchez Jackson, were
    had spoken,! to them strictly bronze monument to of the Vatican Coun named to observe

    Reds defended in press about religion MI The San Juan conventionwill
    ceilingThe The old statue I in bring
    together representatives
    "iTlriIn' (:NC) Even: a communist irindi- Dante encyclicalwill tile. and the work of the Disciples of
    cal has admitted that seven Priests convicted in Red- last century's plain, ceiling has given famous Italian Christ in 34 countries The

    ruled Hungary for antigovernment activities did not plot appear soon place during the remode ing of the Cathedral ofSt. Pirtro Canonico denomination founded in the

    against the regime. H ...ll..... trxm n.t" ."> Augustine to the exposed trusts and beams orally agreed that the voyage to new American midwest in the
    orating the. seventh centenary tor who was in his '\ early 19th has about
    rcmminccnt of earlier construction century
    This was repotted hereIn by Osaorvatore Romano davs' Spanish
    of the birth of Dante, IOs. when he received the two million members mostly
    its repot t on the trial tude toward the agreement senatore Itomano, the "'atl. At right, the cross! ties form a pillar of temporary mission to do the in the Imted Mates Its ,,world

    which ended with the scntcnc- it concluded with the Vatican tan (Ity daily newspaper putout support, Painting of the ceiling and exposed failed to catch the J> ) convention is h.ldlr" five

    log of the Priests to jail last September The terms of a special 2H-page supplement beams has begun. An episcopal, coat of arms la ty or strength of the \\TIC\N fin'C(: ) years. the last one in Edinburgh .

    terms for giving religious instruction the agreement were not announced on Dante, depicted. lope bon voyage to a ; Scotland, in 10!

    to contacts youth and with having"illegal" the!! but the Holy See The July 3 supplementopens Because of this, Tope / of Priests Brothers i In New York a spokesman .

    said at the time that the with the encyclical/ issued Sisters leaving for the for the Churches of
    West. the Vatican City daily Office created
    agreement and its attached by Pope Benedict XV In I'ope I'aul'I con Christ said that Catholic
    pointed! out that a communist Church closed
    publication described their of protocol contain some piao 1< :21! for the sixth centenary of rem< / that he wa< moved to Archbishop Luis \ponte Mar-
    Ro( 0T.I, Colombia (:\C-) .
    tical agreements: assurancesor tines of San Juan has accepted
    Dante death
    tense as "the Ideological des. at the sight of his best
    pledges II These almost Auxiliary Bishop Jose Ar an invitation to take partin
    Jt includes a letter of Pope
    truction of Indian
    youth at enervation and
    certainly touched on the Paul to the Archbishop of mando Gutierrez Granier of rMh daughters departing an ecumenical service to

    According! to the daily, the rights: of Priests and the Itavennawhere( Dante completed I.a Paz, Bolivia, has been distant. lands be held in the course of the

    Hungarian review llrndorseg scope of their activities the Divine Comedy, named to head a newly created *.\ : Ih;, .New' Mexlr n (:>C) Historic St. Free from all thought of world con'I'nllon,1Honor

    Police) said that the l'rll'lIllIIl'.r and died) and a letter to( the tine church at the hleta In dian pueblo near gain," he toM! them
    The same source said that department of education
    argued against the Archbishop of Florencewhere l remains cloned and the c ontroversy! which led i 7)), "and free of nation Cardinal
    In their discussions the Holy SI''I experiencewith under the Latin American
    government ( Dante was born and economic char
    the Hungarian accord, forcible eviction of the political or :\1 \ :
    pastor I.LClRfSpilin No-)
    with the )\luthl. pent most of his life)I. Other Bishops Council CrL\M( : : ). The prelate also you have only one
    the first It has signed with still I lit unsettledArchbishop Indians that Monsignor Spanish newsmen decided at
    articles about Dante in thE'lupplemt.'nt and to show all
    The department the
    "The subject matter and any Fast: European nation, mueller will continue to the convention of the National
    by JacquesMaritatn James PUn!!i the true face of the
    the manner of framing the has made Vatican officials are appointment were made public Press Federation here to holda
    the duties of
    Henri Daniel Hops, of Santa f'elfnt to the Indian on pa which is solicitous
    discussions i at headquarters
    nt''rr181 openly exceedingly l careful) about celebration in
    special September
    will minister from '
    and Guido Cardinal, Bacci reservation on July i 3 I for the good of souls
    directed against{ the established signing agreement with other here. .
    [ honor
    << and offered three Masses I ir I i erosion church He their salvation" to Angel Cardinal
    social order" it quoted communist regimes.Negotiations<< Priests released In his new capacity Bishop St Augustine church. Hi, the Indians that they Berrera y Oria of Malaga .
    Itcndorseg as sa>mg. Their Gutierrez will gather inlorma, told the ; be welcome to attend Tope Paul said he had a former editor of the
    hostile activity was not di for similar 1'R.inn( : (: -The com tion and prepare( programs at Ascension church .m.'I to have a special fond- Catholic newspaper Fl: Debate
    at the that the closing '
    Tl'l't'd< immediately at sub- agreements have been proceeding mumst government of Czechohlovakia for Catholic education in Central the Monsignor will "' for mliilnnaries chin and now honorary federation ,
    of their church was not;
    porting the political order for months with the and South America The who
    has released' two to be there as pastor after a the Invilalion *f the president was
    regarded as a punish
    though violence. hut above communist governments ofCzpchollo Priests as part of a general department is an outgrowthof ment.There. rectory M bUilt. lo leave everjthlng and named a Cardinal in February
    ail I at the ideological" destruction \skis and'ugo- amnesty, according to KN\, a decision two )ears ago to The Monlgnor was Him. .
    of youth. alas la. German Catholic news decentralize (CKLAM activities N no Priest now' cuffed by Andy \heita

    "Their gulltv I l activities At the time of the Hungarian agency by replacing its five sec available to tale over the' blo governor and The (previous day July( 61\ Parish duties

    were discovcied bv our units agreement both parties de Freed were Father rrantisek retariates here with 10 specialized pastorate, replacing :Menu 6 from( the eservation on received a group of Bel)
    and cut off, and the defendants ( dared themselves disposed to Stman S J., JeauHprovin. departments locatedin gnor Fred SUdtmurllrr thipaitor !' 27 journalists who present TRKIUR, India (NC: ) -

    were brought to court," continuing negotiations toward cial in Prague, and rather various parts of Latin who was evicted, thi,' Abeita said the him a gift of money to be Father Joseph \adakkan. 44.
    the review continued a broader agiement Otto Madr America. Archbishop said. who had been stationed for papal charitable pro has been named parish Priestat

    Rendnrsrg article, on the reservation church for The money WM raised Kunvachlra here and prohibited .
    I a collection. which has from all public activities "
    entitled "Ue
    case was\ lrue. years, Interfered ,,"
    promoted each year by Bishop George Alapattof
    turn In Priest Clothing. than tradition and had
    \\ aplPUI since the Itftfl Trtchur. assigned the
    I'Onsmalore Itomano oh- tinned the governors )'. Priest for the first time to

    nerved (hat (the press agency. thority. The Pope expressed. hit parish duties on July 7 He

    accounts of the trial! referred( ;Monslgnar .' and satisfaction ordered that he shall not punish

    lo the defendants( as "('I. Irr charged that .\ ..th the scope of the protect statements or articles

    1'rlesM" simply because they Interfered with the said its aim was anohle without prior approval nor
    were nut allowed by the Ito,. the thurrhTht helping brothers plagu speak at any function not connected
    rrnmenl to curry out their with special needs" with his parish work
    priestly I work. governor ,
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    MI had turn forced to
    earn -Ii dian customs, II* spec' '
    their livings as workers or a 1I m.ntion.d that the GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES

    salaried emplo>eei. I paved over land '
    \ a ,
    A qualified source here has Indians had staged
    Mated that the Holy See has monist dances and

    become more and more disil J hibited a procession fiI

    luslnned with Hungary atti ry which was to have :
    from the church
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