The Florida Catholic
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 Material Information
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 23, 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
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00082
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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, '"trtail( )-On July 34 a deltCation linsimo Francisco Franco Joseph P. Hurley.Responding the delegation that the Government Augustine delegation were

VOL. t11'Fv No. SR Orlando, Florida, Friday, July %S, 13 lfb of Prieata' and prominent Bahamondo. to the rrf'llfnta.tlolI of Spam would co.operate given a reception at the Tinted
in try way to promote States Embassy
I eitizeni! of $t. Aufui- To mark the 400th anniversary Generalissimo Franco the fitting observanceof

tine arrived !in Madrid from of the founding of expressed, both his deep this notable event In the
pleasure upon racer ng the history of the two nations
St. Augustine the delegation
Return to for Florida They were presented delegation and his personal
respect at noon that day by preaented a (fold medallion interest in this historic celebration He extended his greetlnoI
to El Caudillo. I the American people K. '.
Included in the delegation through the St AuxuMloe! !

and representing St t AUIIUI.tllle' delegation and expressed the ., .
rtligioui heritage wenAlonergnor wish thai the Quadrlccnten-
authority Pope asks John P Burnt, rr llIn.lfno'Johll old relebrttlaa would .
pastor ot the Cathedral of M!' strengthen still more the
.- Augustine, Father David .. I' rordtal relaliana already
1'ATIC.4CITY (NC) Pop Paul VI haa lamentedthe P.g.'Ir, president of the St '""' Aurnl existing between the two pre;
lack of The Pope closed his ipeech francs ,v plea Father Meg Father
respect for authority in the Church in a Augustine Foundation, and
speech at his weekly general audience, July 14. asking aU to "havi compassion Father Diego M, Coneia of Before departing from MaSeminarians. M, Conesa Patld Fags
The and understanding<< for the Chancery of the Diomtf
Holy Father noted that obedience I la conatantly
who fulfill the office of
being questioned ".. being contrary to the developmentof Priest, teacher and shep St. Auguntint.The of Amerlca'i 1tul! to
the United Statea Ambaiaador gatherat I
the human person" and "unworthy of fire, mature herd." St. Augustine PrleMi City, the founding of which
and adult human beings" to Spain, the Honor- brought with them the prayer represented the heroic leedibodies
tie papacy but nmtut ?
Pope Paul urged that the various levels by Bishops and this Saturday
I Idea of authority in the Pneati. camp

Church be deepened and purified One reaction to theChurch's
IS.tnSfmlnari.na: : of the Diocen of
!. St
Experiente and history, authority, Pope
he said, offer examples of Die Paul said, la "fear and diffidence Auguatina<< will hold the annual day of recollection at
Church'i authority "", lut-h as r if this hierachical Rood Counsel. Camp near Invernena and Floral City this

tie not always faithful andre and authoritarian I order coming<< Saturday

not always happy ones It worked toward abasing! the Archbishop Jonenh P. Hut ley will offer Maxa at the

is necessary to deepen the personality of the follower, as ramp on tho morning of
Idea of the authority of the if it were a human invention July 24 at 0 o'clock.! which will flora wnh a holy
Church to purify it of forms contrary to the brotherly hour at I e clock 111IIlturd.! .,.
Thert will b* a holy hour at
which are not essential to it equality which ii found In the
S p m, on Saturday. The day of recollection is
and to return It to Its original teaching of the Gospel
The day of recollection provides an occasion when all of thoDloce
and Christian Without of whom
principle specifying
? an opportunity for stnvInarlani <,'i future Priests gather '
he was speaking' th* Pop ,
of the Dtoces to in the peaceful setting
Vatiian official eiplained! said there are those who unit in meditation and recrestlnn. of tht camp and pray and
that the Pope's talk centered! Uunk It worth while to run th* recreate together, beginning
on the concept of authority In risk of a liberating disobrdi- friendships that will last as
the Church at all levels of thehierarchy ewe and that it Is a praiseworthy All lilt seminarians ar* In they grow ctnuer to their goal'
and was not intended trtck to confront authority tiled t* participate as air -ordination, ai Priest 1Ih.' *
si in i.!ting solely on with an accomplished any ether young men who DtocewTi .
papal authority. fact hate an Interest In studying
) annual day of rl'C'ol1l'foolion
"And there is no lack of ,Inc th* dlnresan Prlrsthnnd.Tli .
lie noted that has become a regular!
Pone Tsui
able << who perhaps
urged thote at the audience without it delude men tie expected fnMgln event on Good COlin.." ,
saying (oprnly
I lo hate Mderttanding<< andeomprralae themselves that they can aisembllngat the camp camp schedule U falls "hotween -
sessions of th* catci helical
,for who on Friday
rvrnaar be
excellent or at least sufficiently
has the office Monslgnor (;fllrr. W. Cummings ramp program, One
of PrieM, learher or shrpherd. reserving for themtelves an prayer camp director, will h* such setttan will clone IhUwrrk
b the host at dinner for the and a new one will be
This, the official added, absolute autonomy of thought Men return pin and again' to tlon in the graveyard of lilt abbey meditatively through the abbey guests at I r m. that evening opened next week The icmt-

shows that the pope, was and action, cutting themselves make annual retreats under the at St Leo, Florida. The men atay grounds, The retreatant pictured la (July It). solaria com \n\ to camp botween -
speaking<< not only of papal suthority off from' every powtiv aponsomhlp of th* Dince of Ft one wreekend apending moat of A J, Rertk of St Paul pariah In The next dsy will begin session.

but of the authority of relationship but, not also only of of subordination Augustine In this striking view, a their time In the chapel, in tho aoll- Jackaon villa. w tth the Archbishop's MamMerittillnn .

the wbolo Church, centered in connection with whoever respectand i' mu ia shown at personal medttaWashington. fade of their Quarter or strolling enrrrnatlne Protests way

Signs Mars In the Church has the offices will mark th* day's ,,,,ram
photo of responsibility and doer

VATICAN1 CITY (I'q-) Fops New diocese created in Hungary jails
House condemns Reds
Recording for history Ms Paul! noted that authority
Impression of tha first ......... in th* Church is to b*
graph of Mars Pop Paul VIMgned exercised U the s.rvK"* of Texas Bishops named seven Priests
I a copy of the InitedStates the faithful but warned tint ; .
VATICAN cirv (.NOFor -
Mariner 4 space this service tmwt be understand for Church persecution
a< hlevement and patted It properly (COUPI! niKIVTI (NO). Anew Diocrae of rown.. the second time In

on to the Vatican OWrva "1* it a urvke which nwwtb \ ille hu been carved out of the Diocrae of Corpus ChrintJ eight days the Vatican City

tory for study awtardiMted' to those In Texaa. The aimouncenwnt that Pof Paul VI had 1t'lhlllJTILThe( ') United Htatre HMIM! ofReprwntathea Irslur *f the arrhdl,.. *fPrague. newataK| >r has ppit> and, )

On the margin of the photo being sened so that b* mu.t created' a new Texaa dtocene and named two more Bishop haa adopted a rrnolulirm condemning1 re- t the jailing of nevrn Hungarian .

Pope Paul wrote "Vidimus roatwnaiM to Utem /in tin area was made at the aiioatalic delegation in II< ft admirati sumus" "We DC on the anhdmivMn rbanrelInr .. tl Mr conviction aa a \1"1!lt,
"N. H Is Ire I I. kick
a sen t+tarc. IMalaj, HUiaey and Union and the Kaat HurofK-an aatellite countries,
have seea lad ar. .M ..dnura.bon"
Carikl eatnitted the keji. \\edneday of UIM week.fftahay ( ,, Ksther Jan DiMeksl, linn of human righta
/. Cameron from th* dwc* t of Tho HOUM reaolutlon aakd theta I I. "abundant evi
lOt a serile l 1.II'lImr.t but A0ph Mss. former Corps: CkrtoUtttanoo: either remami pre tt during "In tnls can th* <,1"1 i > "-s
a alga .f nlliig, tllat Is Ike auxiliary Mahay of CorpMSfhriati. Mart wat barn in dence" of persecution "In varying drgwa" of "elrmrnta"of alt talki. or Mwitly, sendsvHtitori were Incrtmlnaled and < litoVmnnl -

Pontiff f residing pawn If the kltgdvm. *f haa bee **H the Cola haven* fir r it "Ktshop of tht new II, mi "m4 Mi rolWge Prague<< Calboltcs srt reported mono said, "11111 under l'.
villa and In other parts of the In b* dltturlied by the sam b** at Rro dl dsoc itudwi at M
summer & *** somuwry
Paul inmted haihoen
Pop however It IIId In* Pf'f- utwn ''
and ,
Mary' nlvernty La Porte, world through Ilt'rll.l.ntdlM"rlmlnaUOft fait that tllshnp. Tnmn et I.l Itromiellrd tarn mama there u <1
1'.\TlC.\\ CITV (IBC/-/ that authority! In th* Churrh RIaMp', Th.mi. J. Derry, Tau and was ordained in to web form as "tonfitcatory against ptr l | lit/ "Ilfey| | a churl also /b* brought Arlan tl.
r.ul1 Mt VatxanCi'T must be pMteral and Uat itWt tikktux and doting son professing' and pr.dlC' who known b tribunal teorners, ( .
Pop ftrM lt ih p *f cse .Ugrb, the Corpus ChruU cathedral feur Is to In prne < hand
for raitel(.ndnlfo ISr tv Thn not m**.i rtgtd conform! another trot 4l*ec*.e cnan- of religious institutions, d.bhrrNe ing their religions ronntant rnntact with com- ptitloMphy, ,Inttrun' ,ri
.ei It' locust of Rant to spraksng erifirallyof ken named RI..H.p II Ccrpulartia ronor of HM dMCMt of Car tupKoM{ of roll mutual! security policeRuhop who would h* Judited heterodox
himlf the Pof* told his I l glou I '''ltM'n. !Interferem At the same time I II (I\ft"l.
1 begn: ti < I Tier a{ it''i" n ( Chrtati in HM. and I was Tomaiek'a elfnrl to ; regarding mir "mt'ivin '
--'rner that the keyet IMS wtth religious and rotated the" .erinsa (slhulle news obtain In* releai, of Prieits ,m So too with anv m i 'eats
The Paw left short I ..., J'' tt'r h and wed serving M tht c* MMy when "KN\' her KU
t art isv Th* dioreM of Rrvwnsvtn cultural practices I agrncy, rfportH forred .hy. th* government to prrirm who might not h* tats
ea Jal ly It lr tilt delve U lkpipil ,' w sr ", 'is tt Is to "i r\ hat beta created' 11\ Uw Lower .M WM nanwd tttnlor Btanop. dental, of regular contacts h*, 1M longrr pniilbl. t.! bur work at laborers htt met vlm-ed, of the ruling ld"olnyPROTr.HT1
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Leo Abbey host to men on retreat Benedictines welcome women's retreats

FMIa weekend the auoinaer laymen Ang'utnr F.'r.fr f.a".1N"t Hif- givra tii* tMoptfality of the Pew "iIINn of lit AaM4' rt epaa. N."J* rear Un n'-/i*' / ..,la, Rrtrratam arrive early on 1't'bdrys

front ail putt of the Ptorexha gut durtrK jf rt/e U. and .hi* 4atU o me.kn W...... abbey stand thr Holy N... Priory sect .... fiwn4 OH retreat'. from Lit, UIMJ'flJUft to law felt aehedukr. oft

>'* dMroTr di for t...nanilvth orfnaiinalioii hv draw* to 8t Ix u a tadnurk o. a hat U Pure fib to taw wn M. who mah r*. Varmg' of F>r.Ma* Park. rvi< ae mtil ftondoy. a. program

inner iranqoiiit/ that dwrivoa'mn Abbey hundr.Ja of seta There. GOMtJT. Irene uM*r tM aui- 'e of th' Mr Allan W rd'"f !At P""burg unjjr to UM _n'a at St Leo a.

a ck+ard trnt under tM Irks *** sh.-wn orHliing out of U* r..... et.>.. Auguat.r CM* r>1ti Mr*. fx>ui4 Oauvin nf (IMlard| and

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Florida Catholic, Friday. July 23, 1965
.... loll .. ....- ... Two The
Attend C.U.A. .' ""'""" "' ''''
diocese ST. TETh:RSBt'RO-Three L .
Apology given
St. Petersburg students are A '" p1T New deanery chairmen

aids restorationof among 160 participants in the
18th annual high school journalism apostolic nuncioMOSTEVIDEO

English church institute at the Catholic listed for DCCW year

I'nuersity' of America In : Ira
p $ ...., .r Iho ni.r*... (...rll .' I.Ih">", NC) A
LONDON: :NC) The Archbishop Burlington. D.C., from June Tit. 11 A..II. P. quay ( statement
( R. .. ...,. ....... 'lip .n' .... of Baltimore has contributed 28 to July 23. Sally Lawson Wm.. II.,. .ff1r ... .hol. Iw signed by pastors and rthgious >

and Mary Meyer of Notre President Historian superiors has apgized ,f,,,.
$10000 on behalf<< of and Michael >, for the hostile
Dame Academy, Mm Idelle Murphy Mrs. Louis Solana dem"n
Maryland Catholics towardsthe Frey of Bishop Barry High 1001 Washington Rd. 427 Anastasia: B\d! ration staged by a rat,,' c

restoration of a historic School are those attendingthe Tallahassee St Augustine student group against Ar >

18th.century English church four,week course directed bishop Raffaele Form the
by Dr. Regis L. Boyle, founder Ice-President Home and School apostolic nuncio to Crug\i0\
Lawrence Cardinal Sluhan of the Institute. donated the monet for the re- The students attend daily ... : : 229 Lora St H28! Fair Lane Rd. On the occasion of the arnixersary .
Ihurch of Pope Paul1] ,
building! of the of \ll lectures concerning such Neptune Beach Jacksonville!
Wiltshire, h Ia coronation (iJune 30)) men,
Saints at Uardour,
phases of journalism as re
which closets connected ( y, a SecretaryMrs International and Inter bus of the UniversIty Par'v
was layout, feature and
foundation Helen Swisher American Relations- student group founded t ,
wills the of the editorial writing, headlines, a
stale of Man land and photography. Students L.'it" 512 Montgomery Rd. Foreign Students years ago staged a deny,
t Lake CityTreasurer Mrs. Donald Fnnessy stration in which they do
have the to
The church was built In opportunity 1207 Old Fort Dr. mended that the nuncio leave
defiance of existing antl participate in the"publishingof ? ? Tallahassee Uruguay.
Catholic laws by the devout "The Pioneer, the Uni Mrs. Joseph Cissy

Arundel 1 family one of the versity's summer newspaper, Officers of San Jose Guild 1412 Debra St Newman Club On July 1, when Archbishop

foremost Catholic families of Starke Mrs. Robert E. Register Fornl went to the airport to

England at that time and World congress Newly elected officers of the San Robert Rchellenberg, second vice Apnstolate of Public 1708 Cordell Dr. greet Chile's President [duo

completed in 1776. Anne BOIOT.t. Colombia (NC) Jose Parish Guild in Jacksonville president; Mrs. John Ross, president; Opinion-Libraries and Tallahassee ardo Frel, student membersof

Arundel I, daughter of Lord -The next International Eucharistic were congratulated by their pastor Monsignor Danaher; Mrs. Thomas Literature Constitution and B\'.Laws Christian I Democratic

Arundel 1 of \\ardour, marriedthe Congress will beheld Monsignor Mortimer Danaher following Alexander first vice-president; Mrs. Mrs. William J Haley Orfanbatlon and party staged another drmon-

second Lord Baltimore, in 1908, it was announcedby Installation ceremonies recently Henry Tuten corresponding secretary P.O. Box 1212 DevelopmentMrs stratlnn against the papal
whose brother, Leonard Cal Luis Cardinal Concha of Daniel Berga representative
: from the left, Mrs Channing ; and Mrs John Priapl, installing Lake CityCathellc
vent, led the expedition which Bogota during a Mass on the 3955 Ponce De Leon Ave
resulted in the foundation of recent feast of the Sacred Baker Jr., recording secretary, Mrs officer. Charities and Jacksonville According to press commentaries

Maryland in the reign of King Ileait Foreign Relief the students rout
Charles I. Mrs. Holhs Crisp Publicity and Public have been Instigated by sorry
r- -+ Artists' tour Rf'lations-Rrlolul Priests who believe thai
The religious toleration of J r ai1s 20611 Gamewell Rd.
Jacksonville Mrs I..eola S. Croy Archbishop Forni was resprr
Maryland constitution set Three Diocese of St. Augus
Eisenhower siNe for the nomination cf
the pattern for the national tine residents are among Cit It Participation and
Tallahassee Bishop Antonio Corso as
constitution of the United t apttoile
more than 40 members of the
kP' 1 Legislation
/ administrator of the
States Maryland Catholics National Art Education AlSodation
Mrs. Julian Warren Reports Montevideo t I archdiocese
began contributing to the who will leave Seattle
1953 Greenwood Ave Mrs. Ernest F. Geffrey Bishop Corso has been Isbeled .
fund for the restoration of the on July 30 to attend the Con. Jacksonville 551 Ponte \edra Blvd. a "conservative"
English church three years gross of the International Society Ponte Nedra Beach
ago for Education through CUM Defense
Art In Tokyo Mrs Emory Cooper Speakers' Bureau JACKSONVILLEC.N
Sister Mary Joseph 0 P., P.O. Box 4:18: Mrs. Joseph A. Morrow
St. Petersburg head of the art department at Keystone Heights 6157 Harvm Rd.

Barry College, Miami, is the Committee tin Cooperating Jacksonville

coordinator for the tour in with Confraternity of Spiritual Development and .Tkaitfm.! r.1

ALPINEThe Fernandina Beach Guild officers which Miss Donna Stoddard Christian Doctrine Retreats -' ..rjF.R
Lakeland, Mrs Dorothy Row.
Mrs Francis Meng
Mrs. W. L. Brown
.II new Nursing Home Mrs. M. N. lett, Jacksonville, and Miss .A 1"lrV..L.
Father Leonard Duncan has congratulated Charles Niasen, president; 1037 Mantes Ave Box 57
for the finish in Hurting the officers of his parish's Fiala, Mrs DuPont Rowland, Mrs. H. Virginia Brown. Tampa, will Jacksonville Hamptonlouth ._
Horn e.r.
867.6S73 St. Michaels Guild. The women will R. Peterson Jr., and, not pictured, Mrs two-week tour/ will include Family Life and ParentEducationTraffic and Religious

1456 21st Av. South nerve the coming year In Fernandina Jon Zern and Mrs Gilbert Weighton. visits to temples, national Safety Vacation Camps

Beach They are, from the left, Mrs. parks, and cities in Mrs Eugene Darche Mrs John Began L'D'AS'0,

central Japan. 2031 Broward Rd. 2014 Hilltop Blvd. CT>r 3'lIi002
Holy Name Church Jacksonville Jacksonville 4CIIAaaoAt.

Sister appointed Wins award
Coming events
II A R n IS nun G (SC-) FSSF.V, Germany (NC) "S., 'S
Central Association area at Holy Name Priory !San! Antonio Gov William W, Scrantonhas The Catholic University! of HfNTINfiTON (NC-) .Blsh. I HOMEOWNERS

Orange County, Lake County, July 23.23, Father Mal. appointed Sister M Lawrence Mexico City his given Its op Joseph W Hodges of [ del SAVE $ $ $ $ 1101110STEAKS

DON BARDELLA Ole e o II County, Sumter com McGuinn C.P., retreat McKenna of the Medl award for/ the promotion of in heeling disclosed at the _
County, Marlon County, Volusla master, cal Mission Sisters to the ternational social communities Diocesan Council of Catholic '__It. Jack Wilcei Agent ra.s.( .....e b. Tu1.4
Manager Governor commission on to Fran Men convention here that t'SBr:: PlwSlttt \ FL 9.2111 rL 1111RELIGIOUS
County, Levy County Women of all retreatat Bishop Itengs a
'41 Central Av., '42 1)55 areas, .
Seminole County, Brevard Holy Name Priory, San An. the status of women Sister bach of Fsien Bishop Hengs/ diocesan synod Is being I trm r*" t etIIy t1.r q

County, retreat for men at StIo tonio, Florida, July 30, 31 and Lawrence Is stationed at her bach Is head of the Germin planned for 19W The diocese
Abbey, July 2325, Father August 1, Father Malcom Mc. order s headquarters in Phil Bishops' fund for Latin America has not had a synod Juice CLEARYCONSTRUCTION BOOK

F. Schroder S.J., retreat master Guinn C.P., retreat master adelphia 1933BtMNt.sS. COThunderbird. & GIFT SHOP

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Tampa, retreat for women Dedication of tewerlng I I5MA Jln. .rr, "."..nU' r. r 505 151V5
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Cross, September I, Mission a.
of Nombre de Dlos St. Angus till'"T THK kl\O>> (Htll *
/ Edouard C. Craig tine I A Ar5.ala. *... A ,......*.r
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Mill 0' rH' 4
St. Petersburg f Contractor and Distributor
for Dedication of Cathedral of Phone 721.065$

4645 9th Street, North Vton Metal l, Ceramic St Augustine December 8. /

and Mosaic Tilts Eucharistic Congress, St. _,, " ,'u" "".

ST. ANTHONY'S 91747th St So. 3474101 Augustine, February 20, 19MDedication Dis' A

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inhibitions to r", Louvain alumni Hire_* Tie_n riorlila Catholic, Friday, July 23. 1961_

sing well Priest .. HERTFORD (NO-FatJier) Veteran NC editor to join
', ''Jj John F. Finneflen of Detroitwas

LWhLAND. Ohio ( Congregations)) elected president of the
must learn staff of l K of C magazine
to relax their- inhibitions in order to sing well in church \ alumni association of the
I a Priest-musician has Mid American College, Universityof
\ MN; H\\FLV: (NO-KnlghU of Columbus Supreme
"We do not tend- to worship as whole Louvaln Belgium<< at theasaoclatan's
ther Clarence J. men" said Ft. :: i Knight John W McDe-vitt hu announced the appoint.
River, Cincinnati
'' teacher and composer << annual meeting went of Elmer Von Feldt, news' editor of the NCWf
or AH American Mass j here,
He told an audience at easily discernable rhythm f I. I News Service In Washington. M editor of Columbia
Grailville. United State center will be satisfied" Ut Fits Bishops were among magazine to succeed John Donahue upon his retirementat
the more than 100 United the end of this
of the international yurtMr.
Grail! One block .. renewal, he r
movement, that "". mutt said hat been the placing fir States Priest-slumnl at the Yon F.ldt'ID Join the
sing with een thing that lila "'041 much faith In the cere IL'Sacred \ three-dsy meeting:-Archbishcp staff of Columbia on September .
IM, emotions especialh bral- In git Ing good reasons \ Henry J. OBrlen of Hart 1. With a circulation of
We must loosen our inhibltioni for things," when the most effective ford; Bishop Charles P. 1,2000(10.: ()() Columbia la the Elmer

that keep us from enter argument Is the 'renewed i i Greco of Alexandria: Bishop largest Catholic magazine in \oo Frldttton
Inf fully Into worship" liturgy Itself," tl: James A McISulty of Buffalo. the world It is published by
Heart Bishop Russell J. McVln- the Knights of Columbus, a
Mnglng, Father Rims ..Id. "If it can be celebrated in Guild installs officers racy of Providence, and auxiliary fraternal benefit society of ,

li "almost" a. normal ai such a way that the people Father T Leo Bishop Stephen A. Leven more than a million Catholic
breathing who are present haa real Danaher pastor of on, treasurer: Mrs Arthur Richman, of San Antonio, men

He Mid the human race experience of what a renewed assisted Sacred Heart pariah in Jacksonville! president; Father Danaher; Mrs Walter The association elected Father A native of Hays Kansas, this year by the Catholic
at the
tings at almost every opportunity liturgy can be, then other recent Installation ofofficers Dudzik. corresponding aecretaryjJlrs. Robert Muhee of Man-" and a Knight of St Gregory, Press Association of the
and "when we don't, arguments are unnecessary. for his parish Women's Guild: Joseph Ron, recording; secretary chaster New Hampshire, Mr Von Feldt has been with United !States and Canada for
something h wrong either Leaders who provide this experience from left, Mrs Richard Lane, second and Mrs Fl'rd'ithertl first \t't.pr..ldt'nt.! and Father the NCTC News Service since its annual award for distinguished .

with ni or with the music." J give this example, vice-preaident; Mrs Eugene Ander ice-president. Michael! J, McManus of \\ashInston. 1944 and In Immediate chargeof contribution to
Another cause for poor eonJreg.t1on.l will find it unnecessary to ( : secretary treasurer: Its news program: since Catholic Journalism..
response to singing give reasons," he said. 19VJ Prior to that he servedas Mr Honshu received .

hi the liturgy, Father In the agency's foreign editor "certificate! of recofnltlon"from
Rivers laIc! I It "lack of competent Argentina Ht has been on journal. the CPV this year, hon
music leadership"! Ij istle assignments m Europe, oring him on completion of 40
Monotony, h. added, may A Latin America and Asia years of smlre In the Catholic

be the reason why "hymns Priest-astronomer says In INS and I'M' he smed press

aN seldom" sung with en.tfeuslasm. as director of the U.S. Rliheps '- A native of Somenrllle,
press panel for the Sec- Massachusetts, Mr Donahue
1 would beg our creative he saw 'flying saucers'Bl I end Vatican Council In Rome. Joined Columbia as associate
musicians to search for new p ii.wt editor In 19'1..8< Prior to that

forma" he continued, "in AIRES; (NC) A Prleat-astronomer here Because of his work there editor In 1TO Prior to that

which the human demands aald he baa aeen unidentified flying objects "flying i1 he was one of eight journalists .. he was a feature writer for
for recognisable melody and official considers
saucers"-in Argentine skies. F t1 FC the Boston Sunday Post

Father Benito Reyna S.J, is professor of mathmatlca '1 Gets TV post

Daytona Beach at Salvador University in Buenos Aires and an aatrono- Beach
met with more than 80 1 WASHINGTON: (NC) The
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Association has named
saucer -
GIRO'SCwitem "The first time I saw tTOs Other people hi the city of y y5 I Thomas Merrlck of Phlladelphla .

Made DrspesCorpot I was rn Cordoba Father Rains Blanca say they ha>s R t 't 4 ,+ ., program coordinator of BEACONAmbulance
S.lei 1 SMVISO Re>'na told newsmen "With seen the UFOs, and the Argentine t ? 1 its Committee on Television,

JAM N. D...!. Fro*..yNewlmyrae the help of my telescope I was naval base on the Mr Merrlck, formerly a Service
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The Life of Our Lord God'i world

Catholic Comment Leaders question right of Sincere act of faith calms uneasy

Y there is stead of maturing as It

Future will be glorious John to cleanse by baptismALL CURRENTLY of discussion must It perhaps Into divine Is not Faith surprising

in Catholic intellectual circles then that if and when w
quotations from St. Paul's by friends amount to little when com- Judea was talking of about a so-called: 'cri Father counter a false phophet pel'haps

MANY '. shed bright light on the pared to the joy awaiting men it is Four hundred sis of Faith" in the Church.At Lto J. an eminent but unbeliev.
because idea of happiness is so years without a prophet had '
our writer or lecturer w
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well\ the rick of
of lift' One that might oversimplification
problems lean and gray. St. Paul says that life's I left them hungry for prophe Trueerall our faith shaken It does not

be engraved' on the soul of everyone tribulations are not even worthy of cy. Prophecy we remind ourselves this "crisis of Faith"may take much wind to rats

in recent Sunday's epistle It did Frank J. I.? be described as the waves on a shallow lake-and
appears a comparison with the glory to come. not mean fore tell
St. Paul made this statement to the is true that this does not necessarily ing (though it must include Shrrdf"nd. a awakening of Catholics to the it does not take a very big difficulty .

Romans: "I reckon that the sufferings enlarge our view of heaven, for the that) but forth.telling, uttering fa t that every man must to disturb superficial

cf the time are not worthy to with face the decision as to what faith
present word "glory" is still ringing mys- the truth in the power of This Is especially true if
be compared with the glory to come God. John worked in reality he does believe the altitude of parish our
no miracle > faith already is beginning to
that will be revealed In us." For countless tery.But St Paul thought does indeed His utterance was We change live in of an intellectual era of rapid and loners chafe us a bit. A notorious

) persons, these! words have pushed help to shrink the enormity of man's enough. But the Jew of the first scientific ferment. Even within Now however a large per confidence man once said

back the shadow to some degree and painful burden to a size that banishes Enough, that I Is, for the century so long starved of the Church we have been centage of catholics are also that the people who are

given them courage. despair. The problem looms larger mass of the people But the prophets saw it as promisingsome going through a period of reappraisal university graduates They easiest to trick are the ones

One can easily imagine that the persecuted than it (Is, for the simple reason thatman's leaders of the Jews with Individual prophet, all and revision Ceremonies have been trained to ask who already have larceny in

in every generation have meditated suffering is here and now, while that instinct leaders so often the more special for being attitudes and pointsof questions and to think for* their hearts. Their eagerness
have saw him another Moses themselves' Is it really so to make a fast buck even b\
St. Paul'sthought as dangerous. nameless, perhaps view which we had come
word by word on his freedom from pain and his gory What
With How do we know' are shady makes
enriched means them
our own vocabulary to look upon as irreformablehave
drawing forth light and are beyond his searching, sensitive the other
we can almost hear been dropping like the arguments on pushovers for a swindler
strength from the wisdom of one who fingers the word "rabble.rouser" as Rut John was not the feathers from a away moulting side'" However, the unsettling Similarly a person who is

boldly listed his own astonishing sufferings The joy of man's union with God has they discussed him among Prophet either! he was only bird.Changes. effect of change and the restive under the sacrifices

Christians weighted down by never been described as it is, because themselves. the voice of"one crying In the questing nature of an educated demanded by his faith I .
wilderness Ma k. straight always are unsettling .
the seemingly unending round of sorrows we lack both language and under when mind really are triggering easily is led to question that
\\e haOur Lord's word the way of the Lord. especially so mechanisms rather than
and conflicts must have been standing But it is Christian wisdom for It that they said he had a they touch us so personally as of the crisis of Faith. iith

tempted to regard the words as spiritual and common sense to consider any suffering devil.If This quotation from Isaias do changes in our religious causes Even the best of as ran ei.

hyperbole the truth stressed a a small price Indeed to pay for the deputation brushed asideas environment The real reason why some pert to be tempted against

bit for the lake of Impressiveness. so great a reward himself only to urging he had repentanceand confined could irrelevant.now put They the felt question they If we fall to distinguish between of us may experience such a fallh.

But this is not the cue, because the All pain on earth is of brief duration baptizing he would have they had come to put: By what Is Incidental and erUli Is that we never did By His very nature God

truth need never be pulled out of compared with eternal joy. And St. had their beaming approval what right was h* baptizingat what Is easenllal(! l In our religion make s personal act of faith and His ways are hopelessly

ship It tan stand as it is and draw Paul insists that we take courage from But he named sins, he named all* we can find ourselves -of faith in God, that II.We beyond our total comprehen

men on its own merits.If his conviction, namely that the suffering their sins. We haw heard John's answer contains two shaken.Is grew up In a Catholic lion, while our human mind

It seems incredible that the sufferings of this life and the peace of him calling them to their comparisons his own bap. there anything we can be home with parents whom we Is stubbornly understand determined thatit
must before
rising from incurable dm- heaven are so far apart as to be unworthy startled faces a brood of ham with a mightier baptism sure of, we wonder. if theChurch )loved and respected Because will assent If w it.
lpers-in the desert he must of himself with One mightier they said that the Catholic experience
and of have been
eases, gross injustices betrayals comparison. can so long this tension betweenour
have seen many a viper with already among them, for mistaken about such mattersas Church is the true Church we

its unlovely brood. whom h* was simply prepar- the sacredness of Latin, accepted that act without proud and inquisitive
mind and the
Sacred Scripture They sent a deputation of ing the way. The four Evangelists our relationship with Protestants question. Our acceptance was mysteries of

I priests and levltes to examine give each his own account and the historical factualness further fortified by the respect faith then to we art not muchgiven

him: so John the Evangelisttells of what John the Bap. of Biblical and affection we felt for thinking
It Is good to want to understand .
Jesus' law commands perfect love us This John was one of tist had to say upon these stories the Priests and Sisters whose
It Is good to
try to
lives touched Ue
the Baptist's disciples, and two matters Her I shall Another element In ours never
OUR Lord insisted that He Still\ Jews spoke of Ills was probably there when the combine them. crisis of Faith Is the higher really did make the transferof understand But when the outer limit Is

come not to abolish\ 'new" law ef lose: \oa are deputation arriv ed, They As to his own right to baptize education level of the average faith In parents, Priests reached! and the

the Old Law but to perfect it, to love one another as I began by asking him who he he told the deputation Catholic Until quite recently and Sisters, to Faith in God. bf'lunS.It must depend struggle

to raise It to new heights J love you Rv this token all was lie wasted no time on nothing < but he told his own the Priest was with few exceptions We IItmadt an act of personal God himself to upon
Father help us resolve -
After all at the Second men must know' that you are his genealogy-they probably followers that tit was God who the best educated I. Irrevocable commitment crisis
our of faith lathe
J.1Ia J i disciples: by cherishing knew that anyhow, knew had him to to God and especially to
my sent biphz.Ith
Person of the Trinity. He, together t tfasltlot person in the parish His person of the Holy Spirit
lot for another" that he was Zachary's son, our Lord Jesus Christ
ont uttrlie) said that his baptism
with the Father and s opinions were listened towith He dwells within us-and II*
knew that he could have beena
the Holy Spirit, had Inspiredand was r cleansing of the respect and Father Our filth remained hum in peter ails the person of goodwill
This Indeed law.
was a new priest like themselves and
sanctioned that Law But body not itself cleansing the knows bent was pretty gen faith, eves la adulthood in- .
now with His coming in the a new lo10"! supernal had chosen not to be: he told soul simply an apt symbolfor

fulness of time to carry theprocess ural In object motive and them what they wanted to the soul's cleansing.
practice \\e are to love each I.no\\-"I I am not the Christ."
of salvation to IM cul- Pope Paul VI
Rut U
urination He brought to light greatest commandment of other without any exception Was he Elias, then lie was that One was come r
the Law "Thou shalt lose as Jesus loves us, and the not. would baptize with the Holy
the profound implication,
the Lord thy God, with thy standard which lie set las I (host and with fire
lie latent perfections of the In defense of
love you) Is a standard of Both questions are gettingat authority
whole heart and with thy
l at:ons of centuries past. his Of this One who was to
kind as well as of measure right I* baptize. They
whole soul and with thy indeed .
who was already
The governing: principle of whole mind and with all thy He asks us to love each !knew from Lzechle! (116. til among them lie sass Follow Ine Is s translation Christ, whereby the chosen worthy trick to confront a!*

0 n w perfection was that strength." other not only as much as He that there wu t* be a cleansIng that he. John Is not worthyto o. the speech on authority brother is mad the instrument thonty with an accomplished

"i, 1010" of dod and lose loves us, but with the same with water In the power untie the shoe made by Pope raw \'I at "'I' and channel of divine act
ul m: 'hbor And as far as 10of neigh love which He has for of God: weekly general audience on gifts for the brother
And there Is lack of able
bor Law he no
was concerned the Something< else says,
Is not to sav that love prescribed "Thou shalt love truly a new commandment "i will pour upon you clean which confirmed the suspicion July 14THE The other impression, however people who delude themselves

ed no part in the Old thy neighbor ai thyself It and an Impossible one. too, water and )''ou shall be the leaders had that John themof these brief is one of fear and diffidence maybe without sayingIt

i l.-nt would be hard to imagine. In were it not for the fact that cleansed from all your filth! stood for danger to them. Is Intended to connect as if this hierarchicaland openly, that they can be excellent .

,1s a matter of fact, Jesus' the realm of the natural a He has put lit( try own love nets and I will give you a The mightier One to ('Om'had the audience, the moment authoritarian order or at least sufficiently

< C one mpoiaries consid love greater than that which into our hearts by IDs I grace new spirit and 1 will takeaway his winnowing fan in His It Is over, to a train of worked toward abasing the good Catholics while reserving '

reed the following to be the one has for himself. Turn I I. page S your stony heart and hand and would gather Its thought deferring to be remembered personality; of the follower as for themselves an absolute
give a heart of flesh," it were a human invention
you and ponderedThis autonomy of thought and
wheat into the barn but would
--- -- -- contrary to the
The Messias. then would burn the chaff with unquenchable time It is also a theme brotherly action avoiding any positive
Father Michatl V. Cannon have a right to baptue Elias fire. They did not like concerning one of the more equality in the teaching which is of to be found relationship not only of subordination
Mittl rt ef Nombrt De Dies too since they believed that this talk of wheat and chaff common impressions which Today Gospel but also of reaper t
he would return to earth to they had always taken for are usually formed in the everyone knows howwidespread and of connection, with whoever -

anoint the !Meuias. There re granted that they were the mind of the visitor, parttcu this state of mind has the offices of responsibility

: CR6 \t CllAptCRS in massed one other potitbtbtvas wheat and that the multitude larly if h* Is a foreigner or Is authority and direction.

he the Prophet'A Ignorant of the Law were the taking part for the first timeat not only In temporal How van today, unfortunately

phrase of Deuteronomy chaff. such a meeting as we are but also in society could b* the field of
flORiC> A CAtholic histoay i18! til speaks about God But clearly John did not now enjoying together Catholic bI, itself sectors of similar remarks! But we do

raising up "a prophet of thy share their view: for he had What is that impression Obedience, that Is te not intend now to speak bitter
nation and of thy brethren called them a brood of vipers the ) say and polemic words just as

Chapter lot agreed to set the Priest a month (Father McCarthy) Is like unto me" This seems to From that time the faces of It Is the Irapreiiloi *f rnlerlng welcoming and practical w t make a defense of author
recognition ef authority
salary of $.'100 00 annually given charge of collecting, for "be a collective Jl'tltMln for the leaders were set against a sphere thai Is extremely l II continually ty You, on the other hand
TROUBLE.earn In McCarthy July ef and appointed a committee to his own benefit all that the all the prophets God should him. ,disciplined lad dominated very demanding by being contrary to questioned the developbent as well know the evidence of the

collect a subscription parishioners "'Isholunuraly of the human Gospel from which! it sterna.
a complex and Intangible person,
appeared before the wardens Trouble now bred "
more to contribute, and that
from system .( .ulber"". as being unworthy of free tad yes know that authority
with a complaint that he was trouble The city fathers decided these funds ".it will be his obligation Question boxAsk matur' and adult human I seeks t* be at the sen Iff

BO longer able to get along that they were paying to pay the small expenses Jut as when a casual visitor beings, .( charity and salvation rid

without a salary. He appreciated too much rent on the schoolhouse that original in the enters a great modern It is conUnually misuoder. nothing else.Restricting.

the payments mad for and threatened to church yourself if minor factory and feels aitoetohed. stood ai if it created weak
mow unless the rate was This was In September By Intimidated and almost overcome sad pease stunts. and ourself to snslyiwg .
his lodging, but he needed to perpetuaM
lowered the following January Father br the structures and in modem times outworn the abov*.mentioned,

pay for of indlspenslbU the requirements Fontane, still owing money McCarthy realized that, no fault kills loveQ the most oroerty fervor by activti principle of social retetHwi Impression of having arrived
asked if he might liturgy not have on his 1823 purchase presented matter what system of financial great ) which surround him, Ther are t tale who. In Die realm of authority. w*
a bill amounting to more control might prevail, the so. very often the visitor think It worthwhile to will reply synthetically to
permission to collect stole fees than his Indebtedness. The 'I, daughter says breakIng sin onlv. that hkh you knowto run the
congregation of St Augustine here whether be is a pilgrim risk' af a liberating dttobedi some questions which seem t*
lor marriages and funerals .( the It 1 b. HOYt.lotl
( mmand-
sacristan one
went on another was a grave of
unwilling to support' its or a tourist realise. that he tax* and that it is a
The wardens apparently ipree, and ran tIp a bill for church and its pastor II* had meats Is nut a mortal sis, like justice a serious failure to has entered a kind eat magnetic prau Tars U page I

jealous .f their prerogatives, which the wardens were held tried to collect a subscription, dealing, etc or telling a show low for your ntM>or. field I I travened 'by

refused to grant this permit- responsible And, to add bad and had f.llrd. he had asked\ small lie She tats If yen and consequently a serious powerful visible rurreots M. J. Murray

lion but promised' t* take the news to bad the subscription for offerings at Mass, and should tell a lie v'II can g* t* failure to lee God who which without deonvng .BUM

queitlos tlf a regular salary commute reported that had been met with empty (ommunloi wlthont going toconfenloi loves both you and tilt neighbor of his personal autonomy amid

under eonilderatlon. (then was no money to be hand he had even been arrested flr l. .\ls. if jou without smothering his libert .
raised In St Augustine. bv the civil authorities steal from a mil who has a Any kind of lying reveals a but indeed urging and Strange but true

At their next meeting, they In for nonpayment of parish lot .( money It Is not at greata weakneu in the l Uar a faoV UunutaUM. 't toward conKMIM -
August matters reacheda tin as if should steal ef honesty ad Hut
debts you reliaMMy and C.prr.91'(
ifaMafteotu HtS
head agreement NCWC N. So4er :
as McCarthy -
from a poor mm \\ say she then! Is much drfferom- between places him
m a
found It serciMry I.! rebukethe On February I, 1K7 the Is all Mhra higher
wrong yea Meal, tellwg a little while lie. order *otirtl> !permeated bv
"h Flordc1( their wardens for allowing ..neof I'rfett wrist I* the Board .( whether a little or a large to squirm off ttie hook: adtellwg very clear lass some of

; number U Interfere Hardens eiplalning the "lin- mount, It Is the lame yes a bug untnrtli which which -the AVID laws

llh his spiritual jurisdiction, pustibllftv he finds .( being are breaking ene .f( the Com does serious barm to your ntducutaW inflexible a are nil _

Catholic[ able I* evltt lorger la this ma"dmulI neighbor
s'le exact nature of the In. wonted k an allthnrJ
ti :uen, t "s nut recorded, thy because .( lack of means A \our daughter t H right The gravity of im Is pep which it Is a duty to otiThu

.t on the 2;ih of that month for his lineal 1 irrrttjrr Und Tile 10 ommamJmrnt are manly HI tho will at the sinner impmtMKi ul n.."+'rw.nto
p.i oa.. sl t J., tie .t'irr. ,t demanded\ to know and the II''tl"lI) U whkk he who fats to Iou God adneighbor
not all of equal important*. i It mad more \ tnj. i sereat
MOKIIM niHiitic *.. .. i,.. J lie( 'u nities of this holy see hi in>r"II .f( rrlurnif (. and you do tot 1m impibe- But you deal ( harlrMos
r.e I"_I.. t... .1..... ....4.".. Its extended to"' mixing Into his cause you break out of them trov s .great lose I by mowrfailures Clwrrh where all hrart-hi .r St pMt w n M rs s rr

II....... ,..$..* ....! attributes, Mmg, as the On February 10. a chastened (they hav* been fractured. to ('aJ.n are Imbed and 4 Area ar' r.r Meemrfa.r

w, .. .Iw rn. A. a ere ward1 secretary recorded! congregation stood on bits for centuries! \ou sinbeiau Q. Nill\ ,.* .he M klxi a, |I. ......... the degree' o( *rrle .a. v 4.e. : ,. wt.er
.. ,... MOO oWeowvely, other .....ouod.ot the wharf at St .\u/ u Uiie .. voti do something "let me know If the ('alholieChirrh bra! authority n greater 4.w a.W awl re a

I.. J ,.e. and msiguficatit espies watching at Father McCarthy's wrong, something "harmful toy itrgitirt the lap- Hill ra. give rile tn own rj': 4 5w r ierr.

",e I I II., ..11<>11.. ... e a....mM steno" ship sailed out of Slah e u r MigMxr aomeUiisgwhich s.1 the BaptIM lurch then impreonon whx h art tlO q45... Lit M h
I r i h'Ii" PM. AM" r. The
. YMd.nel 1 ''et5.ilrIC. unhappy confrontation lUlu Bv rootradhcti our professed \ Tee The latest offKialsUtemofrt contrail M eel ans.ther
... ""r.rMw0 :0.... ,..., .... between Pnont aid wardens. The parish hM had its seaa0d love (w ("...s. 14 it "is I know of cam 51 ,
.. led .. U as Impreulo .( Ill.ft..t..t .
yrwi' a 5in'raw' .easss ra to a decision. made reluctantly
not iwlets know
opportuaitv t. bald. a SIM vets it
...... nA a .r.e'dent from tk. Nit; Office u WJ
1:"' II a." a d
.'i I\In''r .... Art .., Mao's by the wardens" M Sep Priest and bad not been is wrens sod do it delibeiate-, The Holy Office was asked i rirttylyp
.:. lIa tember. II, to surrender a fartHM equal' to it The pr i}"rrtt. of ly l ad freely whether Wytiosn ronlorrod ral) of those who base IN
ul their IMM) Urn** tl Mag a partd
legally r uilut the chunk .
acre M IN .MirrH These M a frostUUotB 11I..r"'f, U v atWIN lire.suaat d.5swolrratwla.
e .J Kv|>fi,UfAip. vv,r thepar'arli | .UIMI U.aa U.), ..J u..anwathi tfeabftf a penny asa sk eid bot Joof..tJ sad ., appteil.tl.g IN
|Ie t.ssr.al.a la .kkk
tat." 11apN I LYI. U uu rU UiMnuuiuf Uf ,r*. M aa>tluB|, ft..lkf a "aJreJ dsilera \.>n El pMs nlg saenarao.lwet. lice Ul t* u M U k.k.eg tkr
&... Ih. Wwortali pose d jrvuj ttty wtr* ta aeese PMU There u .uwJi ilfltrtSK. t* DWl gilts U Mat", *
( hag assneast
r' ",.. Ma. IIaM.Ilan I lag or the Ugnaut. feeds $"tr* bilk wine it.j kt tt.B uktof Hi tree a nil Ptot/uiua. C''&,.buft- MfoakcsnrmWn
of then (It..... a" -4IIIe woe. the neat ... to tw MtttirallUd
Jo II Hi lbe war nut and strata a ,puorsnaa abuts. Ittpttsls sad Motfco.sts .
den'" H ttut ol IhrHt. is faorta.llr .
II '." \1.. ...r was MX the ptl.d. doe sad tile members dutl- s last .... .,. .. ...... pal reason! ot, '
unloading theirimtehfdn" full r
a yard t '
to pay them asw.wi stealing I I. imuit and aMi, similar l r I tenomiitotMinnii < :e me r*.:"un .ke't, 'msin' t 0.w M Ar 4rr t fr / (

v,p'\ *' 'IM.nr rUe a*, there -,' ,kht t he sal! Mist it rn ns; t *< rat answer *> tho' th.-.oK <-1 amt! ..-, ,. .* ...
Friday July. :S, 11K..'\ tie" wa' dc" .1 i tlv/ ,,.,-1. r .. i. 'hat ''l.old Out'" .r.', in the' t>- ; t i 'i, .N ukJ be 4'f' .n.ed ,---e' e''I t

(rum the 16th l.e u cnt be r ;1e cUWd ul Dot a.. steaj:| u a t, :D vtd. f-ax' .-a ". t j.t. ji \j\ 'JsJcc r s'&ae s.Otpaetwr I' w





Paul VICooperafe Five The HorMa Catholic Friday, Jnly !3,1966
Sends -- -- --- -
peace -

Sharing our treasure

in things pastoral message as

(r.'I.... t... pus t..., Books good example win
'j It Is a service responsibleonly uniformity except to faith ,

, spring from the Impression before God, as St. Paul and charity. tunnel opens

itself says of himself: "He alone Let this suffice for a themeof lasting truth for scholar
1 Is/ this Impression exact* who can Judge me is the such magnitude and gravi, r VATim CITY (\C-The

\'es. It Is exact Here the au Lord" i 11 1 Cor. 4, 41.) ty! But not without us, to Inauguration of a new tunnel

I thority of the Church has its But then what .is the image whom Providence has entrusted under Mount Blanc linking T HF: ecumenical movement

I fullest and most authentic ex represented by the superior supreme authority in Italy with France, prompted has brought all Christians

! pression. But remember that servant who is not merely the the Church, first confiding to Pop r.ul1) to a renewed closer together by stressing

I it la difficult to form an exact mediator, between the plurality you fleetingly how heavy are appeal for peace among na the large area of doctrinal Father ,'k t

,1 concept of authority and par. of the opinions of the community these keys which cam from tloni. agreement and by seekingto

ticularly of ecclesiastical au not merely the administrator the hands of Peter to our I. telegrams te President enlarge it John A. y'O'Brien
This Is an Important step
thonly. of its immediate
weak hands How serious It is
Charles de Gaulle ef France
Experience and history offer interests, not only the witness toward the fulfillment ofChrist"
to carry them and how still and President Giuseppe Sar- r
ui images of this whichare of the word of God prayer "that all maybe
more serious, it Is to use
lIlt .f Italy, both present
not always faithful and less the despotic leader Insensitive them. P7 one, even as thou Father
are not always happy ones It to the dignity, needs at the ceremonies (July 11)), In rnt and I In thee; that they

ts necessary to deepen the and capacities of the faithful Therefore, mast belovedsons the Pope hailed the joint also may be ont In us, that pseudo science of the typical)

idea of the authority of the whether considered as individuals and daughters have project under the Alp Unking the world may believe that village Tom Paint type of
to and understand the two countries as "a model thous hast sent me" John 17, the
Church purify it of forms or collectively compassion freethinker I was made
which are not essential to it You remember the Image ing for all those bo have the .( common action at the service :n. sole honorary member of the

seven if in given circum. which is full of authority and office of Priest ef teacher tf concord and peace the sodality order to be able to
promoting ecu
1 stances they were legitimate, dignity and at the same time and of shepherd In the Churchof among peoples menlcal spirit among all associate with my friends la

such as, for example tern full of goodness and the spirit God (Cf. Ileb. IS, 17)). "Just ai It eprtl-t. con. Christians, wt must not neglect their organized social life. I

poral power and to return it of sacrifice. It is the image of Do not let obedience and itructlvt human dominion the M million church-' also got to know many Sisters

to its original: and Christian the shepherd which Christ attributed cooperation be a burden to over nature and opens happy Iris people In our country. a group I had know only

principle. to Himself (John 10, modal, economic and tourism superficiallyIn!
We art asked Is not the Hi 1 and which In Peter, with you.But prospects 10 may It b. a Wt must try to bring them the summer of<< 10.511 returned .

authority of the Church a the triple command IJohn 20, let them make you pledge and Incentive to common Into Christ's Mystical Bodyso to Quincy, where father

service* Certainly wi have 21 ff I, lit wished to bt ful proud and happy to assist the aspiration from in ever that they will be nourished Vincent Foe h t m a e

already said ao. filled. growth of the Kingdom of Two years in papacyPope greater Increase and perfec with His divine life This wt 0 FII. gave me an eveninga

Jesus has said: "Let him The God and let them make you tlon of the bonds of fraternal ran do by lending them books week, dUcussIng every
who Is greatest among you Is psstoral.authority tf the Church sharers in His gifts and His Paul VI obnerved the second annlveraary solidarity concrete collahora. such as "The Faith of Mil phase of Catholicism and demolishing

become the servant" merits, of which our apostolic of his coronation on June 30. 1965.Jesus' lion and true !peace lions" and "100 Common all my objections.
,Luke 22, 26)) But here too it Again you will ask us: blessing Is now intended to Ceremonies opening the Questions About Catholic The crowning evidence was

Is! necessary to understand Must then an authority so be a pledge.Sacred. -- world's longest auto tunnel Faith" (Our Sunday Visitor, Christ's resurrection better

fully the thought of the Master qualified and destined to product of the Joint effort by lluntmgton, Indiana) and by documented than Caesar's

What service Is asked of make of mankind ont single Scripture French and Italian plannersand setting them a good example "Gallic Wars" By this Jesus

whoever has the task of guld flock (John 10, 16)) level builders, were divided This Is shown In the conversion proved His divinity and the

Ing and directing everyone and make everything among two townn--Chamonts of Marshall Smelter credibility of the Church lie

la it a service which must the same according to /law commands perfect love at the. French entrance to the of Quincy, Illinois, now a professor founded In September 1 surrendered

be subordinated to thou one single concrete type of tunnel, and F.ntrevet at the of history at the t'nl- and was baptizedby

being served and must It bt religious faithfulness* 'r..,.... a.. .... ,.... tf His people for this love son ht chooses the richest oil Italian entranct The first versity of Notre Dame and Father Thomas P Master

responsible before them %. will reply with the lit hat given us Hit own during the period of preparation of) all. that used In the sacral two official passengers on author
words of St Gregory the Spirit, the substantial Bondof lor the birth of Leve anointing of the high Priest the seven mile highway under books Cln American history younger brother also entered
N't, M It a tervlet t. which Crest1 "When the Faith Is love which unites Him and Incarnate. Aaron). Europe.1 highest mountain He relates these facts: the Church but did so Independently

Christ tit nil" the keys, act tnt, diversity of) customs does President de Gaull I was a member of no of me.A .
Ills The to love were
Father well
power There are social as as
a servile bstnraett bit the not harm that period one the Church" (Let During and President Saragat Together church and 1 enrolled at
divinely is ours. In this student In of
sacred connotations one
slm *f nllag but b the hers Vol. 1. 43; P I TT, 497)). His. faithful servants the author they participated In Quincy College the only on. my
power at the kingdom .( God Unity In the Church Is not Cod bid readied the hearts of psalm 132, sang ecstatically analogy since ont of the most both! ceremonies In town, simply because I rourses In Furopean. hlilory
which gracious gestures of a host reported that It was a help' la
of the love
--- could afford to to
,*' '" "r aromatic oils not go away his decision !. brcomtCatholic. ,
"IIai' was to provide I
i1-; MexicoTI
unites Cod's as Bishopf college Shortly afterwards, I
say for his travelwesry, dusty .
Y'Y't Behold how good It
brothers met and saw as often as possible
guests. Brotherly love \is alsoas \ CITY I (I'n-
II, and how pleasant wherebrethren an edifying Catholic Since embracing the Faith,
refreshing as the cool Paul VI has named
dwell a i one'In girl, Annamay PadbergShe with Its authoritative guliisme -
mills of snowcapped MtHermon Monsignor Juan Navarro
Y't a society whkh was which the psalmist Hamirei Bishop of the newly asked rather Itk'hard! I can no longer do
especially because of .
largely poijgamous Ignorant
pictures at drifting down to erected Cludad Altsmlrano Kleman f.F'M., at the col wrong
the feud between I either know learn the
In early days, or can
cover with life bringing. mole diocese In Mexico loge l. help me secure a
and half.
brothers turn the sun parched hills of The nishopecl) Is directorof : knowledge of the Catholic religion answer,
brothers often ripped familiesapart The security, and
the south especially I Sion catechetlci for the Morellaarchdiocest through reading Catholic peace
In \'kioua. bloody hateful happiness I have received
Jerusalem and eccleslaitl- literature.
) fashion Witness the tragic cal moderator if diocesan stem from the rcallzat!,>n

rivalries which split the arms U Is God who Imparts the Catholic action. In the fall of 1 19-34 I entuH Out baptism has made) me

of David himself to whom grace of brotherly love, and lie was born In Crlaya on the I'niverslty of Mislsslppi, eligible for eternal beatitude

this psalm it ascribedNo the b> product ef this love Is February I', 1912, studied where only about 1 per cent If 1 preserve In spiritual

wonder the psalmist a lung, peaceful lite.In theology In Home received a were Catholics, There was no health In the Mystical Itndyof

cYW could extel brotherly love as a Christian context this degree from the Pontifical\ Catholic !parish In Oxford, sot Christ'' the prol".fir,> s'aled -
without went to tli* nearest Print .
a blessing compareHe : there
verse iji has special relev\ Gregorian University
the benefits of about to miles away The din
compares since. for It Is love above all and was ordained In 1(39
this love to the delightful lance was too great, however,

feeling of wellbeleg produced which reward brings of eternal us the life supreme God Is Holy ear stamps and I did not return. The next .1.1.ul e41eea.

by the perfumed orit which love. Mid he who abides In SANTIAGO i (NO 1 -St I semester I entered Quincy' n. c..i(-.....! S..N.
the m4d easterners used for College After graduating, I
love abide in! God and God in James the Apostle will be d"plrtd Ambulant' Scrvlte
hygteftfc and onsmtic pur enrolled at SI. Louis Unlversiiy
him on a nf'.t of Spanish VA 4.1471
poeet, HWM swoHuni unguents
1 brtgM suppleness Besides, we have received commemorative postage t For the first time In my ST, AUGUSTINE

and smooUifiea to skin tried this. commandment' from stamps to commemorate San life I was thrown slnwmt enllrly .
Thanked for vocationsMr who God must Year of IBM
and cracked br the aeorlniwlnis led He loves tiago's Holy among Catholics for
love hit brother also ((1 John They will be Issued and Mn George Price of Bait.- Mary Rcnfdrta! 0'r SiMir Marv ef a atmi-desvH rlimate 4. lAZIi. the feast day of the Saint read numerous my Catholic
more received the Fordham Unlvemltr Georgette O.S.P Sister\ Mary Patnco AI' term of campers
covering prsrticslhthe tPAIIEItiJIll11
vocation citation from Father John F o.'.r and Oz t. "r r igene Clue SS J. -- ---- -------- ---- -I whole. body of F.nllshand : ;
Jesuits'assistants ,.., !to,...
Glloon S.J. a* five of their children in Mr and Mr*. Price have seven other Appoints Legion of decency JlV1'.J.'t ..,.. ... ,I American controversialand

religious order looked
left, Slater Mary Jonrf O !S!! P.. Sinter 't.", i. 1.111 .... of moil "-" .. I, teeing around Catholicism it! "I'I, .,

---- lImit: (NCI The general Morally obJeftlonahl." l In part for all I I (found the edifying! eitm __,.....4 A. Dvype Freai M. .,!

., the Society ol Jesse, rather A'.. .... I.. M..ry..f Ik. w.4 [>..>. MM rile .C( the students and (family 44V M A... S.. Ph IU 4WI

INC. Priests' of mission Pedro Amipt I J. K4 Air..., ..".>,inn .( ttn Mr. .'... T,.|' 1ii. Jl. I as helpful!" as the (woks
appointed II regionaU asMst. ''T''.. inft '..'.c ,'..> th. VM I ST PETERSBURG
DIRECTORS .... ...... ............ .t '.M MUM fill IT They< demolished the
FUNERAL ants to help uper>i.* the atlivrty a/, I ....... 1"M II. N cue '1,..... 5*..
SWET-JACKSONVIUE land, Tanzania, of the orator s .."fl !*,* ..UMIkI Hmi "'...M. 0:...'.... ,
17 W. UNION ..... .
membersTV I I it ? < Ml. 'U I \ TW jHataMMMt.
fL J.)'" C.nhu.vs S.nnt S<"Ct i II S1 close, *f .-. M 1. ea ......,. I Carl T. Bouchard Funeral HomU7 .
will help in Sudan II regional aoatstMttare O..r ...... Peas. ."..... ....,...4
M ..*tie tt the touroswal I en rot ...... MU ........ T.. W.TUrw
MOMII Taiiaala l\Cl cwat nN IA.411. '*"".. If .M. SfKM CUAWATU.LA.GO OAO-tA40
........... who were puma 1.Ia tafc.. SM<... h ..... r*
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME Tttt Afrxea rountrv of TOAtaoia recently. elorte by the JttwttMoral .ui ... ..... .,... e............. lean h.u Sal.asa4an.v TU,,k*..ell4HIV) I
otill a mission land itself .,." .. III Darr.... askas. n. ri.a 24 HOUR AMIULANCI 51*VICE
pj..ft. 141.1111 I mootusg M IIoMdlferince ... II 5s.5.I., listlawn _....,. 14.. wrriMI '
will/ send su miMioners ,... MTW9MI tp6 hr a ............... I'tbl.'w.eew MHI ux N.pl.. Mri iniarMI
"ISSIMMEE"ouniIIT te Pried IeistbrsSud.n. Uvsaw. a II
poor that ttw. i rnt''
two coiejahot it glsr.rap ..... ... .
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Seamen recall miracle

I T SUNDAY July 25

Saint used cloak to ferry strait c i 7th(Mass Sunday of Sunday.alter Pentecost Gloria,

w4451 2nd Prayer of St James

Mr>MN\, Italy (:NO) -- The cloak St. Francis of the witness' father Pietro Creed, Preface of Trinity)

Piula once used as a nicks shift and miraculous ferry Colooa on the shore of Ca. MONDAY July 26
across the Strait of Messina I has crowed the strait once tuna and asked for passage to St. Anne. (Mass of feast

again, five centuries later Messina Colosa, who was Gloria, Common Preface)
In Messina the cloak and getting his ship ready to
This time the cloak of thu'k other reins of the saint were carry lumber across the LSD\Y\ July 27
bat not waterproof wool was exhibited in a sanctuary strait demanded money for nas taken! across h\ boat. which was built to commemorate the passage lie turned a deaf 2nd Prayer of St Pantal.
archbishop Glo\8nnt' teuool the miracle ear to the saint request for on, Common Preface, or,
Reggio Calabna earned it free passage. feast of St. Pantaleon. Sias.
St. Francis, who Is (the
launchtram ww
in an Italian nan cS of a martyr not a Bishop
( the shore of Catena patron of Italian seamen. was I'pun this the saint mated Gloria Common Preface)
across the two miles or so of born at Paula In southern about a klunr's throw along S
water to Messina Italy In I tit and died In"ra'nrp the shore, !knelt to pray WEDNESDAY, July :28!
at the age: of ill, He Is blessed! the sea and spreadhis Sts Nazarius and Celsus
This Journey marked! the the founder of the Minim cloak upon it. Victor I and Innocent I.
end of the fifth centenary of Irian. ''Mass of several martyrs
the miraculous crossing He stepped upon the cloak, M Gloria Common Preface)
chick took place April! 4, In the records of m\cMiga. held up one corner with nil
I'M'! tions made by order of Pope y.alklng-htlck as a sail, and THURSDAY. July 29
leo X in Calabria in 1516, proceeded across the strait St Martha, (Mass of a

The cloak was brought to nine years after the saint toward Messina Upon approaching virgin not a martyr, Gloria.
Catona from the saints death one witness testified / the crowded shore 2nd Prayer of its Felix
sanctuary at Paula his birth that his father was the boat. at Mestma he diverted his and companions, Common
place A college of more than man who refused to take St. miraculous craft to starboardto tar, Preface t
:400. automobiles accompaniedthe Francis across the strait and land at a solitary spot This
FRIDAY :30'Mass
relic to Catona, and a pio thus occasioned the miracleof account confirmed, by other
of !Sunday;
(cession of motor boats and the crossing witnesses, is included In the .. ,
2nd Prayer of Sts Abdon
navy vessels accompanied it According to this testimony Bollandist life of St. Francisof
051' and Sennen, Common Preface -
across the strait to Messina. Francis approached Paula \( ..'
or. feast of Sts Abdon

.. .. ; "C and Sennen, :Mass of feast
l Gloria, Common Preface)
> Good Counsel's 'fleet1
Campers try SATURDAY, July SI

i r. St Ignatius of L 0 1 0 l a.lltass .
Good Counsel Camp efferi ing; Lake Taala Apopkt. At Good get of eight and 15: Monsignnr (: of feast, Gloria

youth the wonders of boating in Counsel Camp near Inverness and George W. Cummings, camp director Common Preface,)

Florida an experience" that lingers Floral City the Diocese offers preside over the camp city of SUNDAY August 1

after camp is just a memory Here, citechetiral clasnei In the morn. Good Counsel 8th Sunday after Penteco

a counselor and tampers look forward inga and camping the rest of the 'Mass of Sunday Gloria,

to paddling a canoe on shin- time to youngsters between the Creed, Preface of Trinity: )

1s i, Army chaplains

mSIIIMYTON -iivA' With! anniversary of the
United Mates Army chaplain.
cy will be observed on July
21.! the office of Chief of Army
i Chaplains I here has annoum .

13 Special ceremonies, Inrlud ,
fog a review, are scheduled
for the day at the U.S, Army
Chaplain School Fort Hamilton 1L.u

New York, l
The Army chaplaincybegan I I pU

on July 29, 177S, a year '4.
: before the signing of the
Declaration of Independence, y
when the Continental ConKI .
MI adopted): a pay scale for
the Army providing chaplains
Canoes on camp's sunlit lake a salary of $JO a month-the

same as raid cantains...
Comport en a long' tw.Hod .

canoe trip: *4 Good Counsel r kvr

Camp arrive .t the bo t bean;

'to form teams, grab paddies

and bo off- en a smooth trip

acres tf e sunlit/ lake Ti.U

Apept. Th. sight Is torn.

thing t. set, .> the canoes era
,hall acres the I lab captained w

'1 by counselor Lot, Frank. and! Bornto, camp Hikers find a shady clump of trees

Mobile marching units equipped explore a arcion of the wilderness. ago Along the way there fellows

DELAND AREA with two way radios organize where there la a game present ran into engineers and surveyors
groups of campers for hikes from nearby, and numerous rock and in the wood -

w Good Counsel Camp. They like to phosphate mines. deactivated years

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Paul sends tributeStevenson's

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';' ., '\l. The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 23,19C3

death saddens U.S. r-

a _____.__ I
nASJIITOX: (XC) Pope Paul VI Church World:
mourned the
"great losa" to tile world through cure Decades of study have
death of Adlai taught them what all of -
Ewing us
United Missioner
Staten Bishop For vocations
ambassador should
United Nations and to the know but few say:
longtime laborer for world that communism finds its VATICAN' CITY FAIRFIELD
The 6:5..tar-old: peace. (NC- Connect!
England.The died on July 14 In London, roots in the simmering resefitment t Father Firmin Schmidt I'utCt(: The Sisters of"

of the impoverishedand < o F.M. Cap American apostolic Notre Dame de Namur vvjil)
Pope'a tribute came in a message to President the gnawing pains in the prefect of Mendi. New establish a house for dell\ rd

Lytldon B. Johnson. who also received a of stomach of the hungry" Guinea, has been named a vocations to the Sisterhood at
from Amleto Cardinal CiCgnan) grief Stevenson said J- Bishop and his see has been their provincial house and

state. .._ papal secretary ot The Church had prescribed< ; raised to the rank of an apostolic novitiate here The new faun

Ambassador Stevenson col Every American is sad that "the only permanentcure t vicariate datton to be known as
dened by this for this disease lies in "Cantas," will be! established
lapsed on a London street not event and Bishop I elect
the Schmidt
eradication of its a native
far from tie U.S. every friend of liberty in causes in a wing of the novitiate
embassyand any tlr Catherine
in the achievement of Kansas,
died before Part of the world Mil share Candidate for the delayed
could be administered.medical Death aid this loss that la so universally Justice! ," Stevenson stated. lie taught theology si the Capuchin vocations program from all
was an avid admirer College In Washington,
felt by his of the five United States
apparently resulted from a countrjmen."While DC., for 1 It
late Pope John XXIII. Lean before
the Sisters of Notre Dam
heart attack his name Is written J)1x being named to his
President Johnson said I Ige In the history of his On several occasions, Stevenson In WO.He presentpnil de Namur will come here to

"America lost its foremost own country men will remember praised Pope John for begin their training CII'I:i
advocate and its most eloquent always, his unique his social teachings in the will be titular Bishop of dates will undergo a postul m-

spirit and one of the contribution to parliament of Mater et Majlstra and the Work for Divine Cessna cy of three months before enterlng -

finest ,voices for peace in theworld" nations; he combined a talent Paoem In Terrls enrjcllcals. Mercy parish Mendl, In the mountainous the twavear novitiate
for sound Ideas with and for his tremendous efforts southern region<< of the period after which they! will
In the passing of Stevenson a gift of Mm. Thrlma huge<<
Taaley in.
recently peich, president. Mra. profess temporary
as he delivered! graceful expression so that la behalf ef world peace : Pasley; Mrs south Pacific Island of New vows
nationwide a tribute men found In him a leader of stalled the new officers of the Catholic John Doddy. vice-preeident; Mrs. Guinea, Is entrusted to the After a period of five years
on television.Boston's In February. 12, when NVomen'a Club of Divine they will profess final
inspiration even in days of Mercy par James R Santora, recording secretary Capuchin Fathers' SI Augustine -
Richard Cardinal extreme crnin. Me offer ourpra.ms Stevenson! was presented with ish In Merrltt Island: from the left, ; Mrs. Donald R. Galt, treasurer province whose headquarters The first year of novitiate
Cushing said "every friend of the Patriotism Award the will be at the house
by Mr*. Samuel spent for
for Jr.
this Wright are In
modern deanery Mrs. Norman I. Pittsburgh
ir. patriot Uni IVwell, not pictured, :
liberty of dII'pd'O'atillns
any part of the Brady Notre Dam, here, while
and Ilk board
world will share God to me him senior member; Mr. Ralph S. I/its- was elected corresponding the
this lots. eternal class, he asserted in secretary second year will be spentat
rest the Cardinal Assist General
HAa said. his acceptance address that -- another convent of the
authentic toke
freedom *nd peace has been Stevensen's body "of all the leaders in the HOME: (:NCJ-T) was Takes
silenced In the brought at this moment seeking Book new post meeting of the Jesuit Fathers
untimely drain : bark to his nation's to give guidance and counselto on Council's sessions available here has elected Rules changedBATON
Ambassador Stevenson," capital (July 13)) In Present the !human race. I Know of RATON IInl'GF.C(: )- to the four assistants

Cardinal rushing said Johnson's personal plane The none who radiates a sense of WASHINGTON (NCI'Council )_ two covering the first session Brian F Daly has resignedas the !Society of new Jesus general of ROUGE: (NC) -
body lay In state In the Wash paternal regard for all Cod s Daybook' Vatican was written by nl hop Albert editor if the Catholic Commentator American and Canadian.The Includingan The southern provincial of

ington Cathedral Episcopal( ), children as Pope John II, Sessions 1 and 2" has been It Zuroweste of Belleville. diocesan newspaper a the Brothers of the Sacred
ORLANDOWINTER where the funeral services XXIII" Illinois and that for the second and will become managing assistants to Father Heart has announced four
were conducted (July IS1> by Stevenson was received In published here by the National session by Archbishop editor of the Texas Pedro Arrupe SJ. are 4.Vyearold major changes In the rules of

PARK the Reverend Dr. Richard audience by Pop Plus XII Catholic Welfare Confer Joseph T. McGucken of San Catholic Herald newspaper Father Vincent TO'Keefe the order

Graeble. pastor of the First Pope\ John XXIII and Pope ence. The I'. by 11 Inch 384.page Francisco oft t h e IloiKtonGalveston. S J., president of Brother Hubert provincial
Presbyterian church Spring. Paul YLIrish paperback book Texas diocese. Fordham University, New said the changes are adoption
contains "Council VaticanII
field Illinois Da.vbook York; Mear-old Father John of
Stevenson a liturgical
was office
BARNES Identified the day by day news Sessions 1 and 2" is a companion Leroy J. Colter business L !Swain SJ., of Canada modification
is a member of of the members'dress
DRAPERY AND the Unitarian jet's crest coverage of the first two sessions volume to a similar manager has been named who was vicar general of the ,
church although more frequent home
provided by the NCWC acting editor of the ('ommen-
Daybook on the third session
FLOOR COVERING I Inc : he frequently attended Jesuits until the election of visits, and the choice of
BOSTON (NC) The crest News Service si well as published earlier this year. tator. Doth Mr Daly and Mr. Father
FREE sennets Arrupe; year-old taming
ESTIMATES at baptismal
Presbyterianchurches. of Richard Cardinal Cunningof many speeches ansi sum Roth were edited Cotter have !been with the and family
by Floyd Father Paolo
2001 N. Or'n,. Ori,nd. Dents SJ, of names
Boston will be displayed on manes of council documents Anderson director of the Commentator since It was
Italy and 48
GArden M4I7 Mr Stevenson >earold Father The changes were authorized
J was the unsuccessful the fuselage and In the first NCMC founded three years age:
press department Andrew
Democratic II alt Includes the Con- Varga !S SJ? a Hungarian by the general chapterof
for the I' S. candidate class compaitment. of the slitullnn! on the Sacred IJt- printed by Our Sunday Visitor In Houston Mr. Daly will\ exile who has been the Brothers last November
presidency Irish International Airlines Press Huntington Indiana succeed Carl A. Dalrerak, living In New \'ork.Protests .
in Wtt and argv and the decree en the In Borne and are being
BILL BARDOEFORD his public 19M. Throughout he jet that flies him to Ireland Media o( Social (' tnmtmkalinn. Council !Daybooks are available who has l been named managing gradually Introduced In the
career frequently August I. Cardinal Gushing at fS from the editor of a new
|IlPr copy paper
There Is \arlous .
a comprehensive provinces. The southern
) FACTORY DEALER the Catholic traveling to Ireland as papal Indei. NC\\C press department 1312 to be published by the lIa,. jailing province Includes Ixmlsl-

SAVE ON YOUR communism Church for its and stand against<< legate to dedicate the new Massachusetts Ave N.W., rlsburg I Pennsylvania, diocese. Zt'111(11. SwItierUnd (NC) ana. Mississippi, Alabama

NEW CAR DEAL Popes for their efforts praised toward t Gaiway cathedral The Introduction to the see Washington, D.C 2000S. -Th. Zurich committee teethe and Texas

PH. Si-JUl world peace. C ''WIn\; ''' 'r. ,; \ ,. -' "( : ,- protection of human
W t-Iwy. 10 Tr' pft' rights In an open letter to

"I.'.. 0..... ..., c la a speech delivered at the lr. Hungarian Premier OyulaKallal l ORLANDO
tnlverslty of >.ir* Dame )I. has protested the recent
M.$5.St. the 1162 pretldeatlal cam- 'jail sentences against WINTER
CkarletPar's : PARKAQUINO'S
prigs, Stevenson emphaslied 13 Catholic Priests

: that leaders fir the Catholic The committee asserted

Church for snare this a tutlary that the Priests' secret trials

had opposed remm- for spreading religious prop,

House slim. grnda ar. violations of human .

o f Beet "As long ago as 1A46, pop erZL431 rights and demonstrate FINEST SERVING ITALIAN THE FOODS
h Pius IX warned that communism r + that there II no true liberty
rMs could destroy society" 4.JO r..... to 11.00. PM
r he said. Catholic leaden( an..
.. preached the disease of com- FAIRVIEW I I LOUNGE

0555 & flrrwra.i minim with, the cart and Cleaners & 220 Orl."". Ar.. W.*.
Mar ar..trr methods of a doctor,, h. said. L.undryD.p."J.U'F.'bric Hwy ,lit MI7-4JOO

DM STEAK. "They have sought its t / C.,.
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Eight: The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 2S, 19(53(

House condemns Reds I -

t b$
New diocese created in

for Church persecution Texas; Bishops named

lOnllnnrit from p.i. ...I church property to secularuse. that communism and religionare 1f'.I1.... 1e.., h..1 total of 159 Priests and 533

with limited success, saidKr" completely compatible," # cp of Corpus Christi in 1956. Sisters. There are 91 young

Senator Dodd said. r lie was consecrated October men in the seminary.Consecration.
Senator Thoma J. Dodd ofConnecticut 9, 1956.
According to reports received The study Is volume who
vice chairmanof new Bishop Drury sueceedi -
only 10 out liKMI the subcommittee, commented four of the subcommittee'sseries 11a to a see left vacant by set
Priests have been. permittedto that the mere survival on "The Church and the death of Bishop Mariano

resume their. ininistr). of religion today in these State Under Communism S Garriga on February 21, for Lafayette's

The study was made by the 1965 was born in County
Now also, the apostolic ad. com muni 81 countries, after
mlmstrator of the Hungarian( years of harassment "Is a law library of the Library of -1UIr Sligo/ Ireland on January 4, Bishop Gallagher

diocese of \esipiem, Father testimony of the power of Congress 1908; attended high school
Sandor Mempa has issued a faith" Senator Dodd said he hopedthe a I and college\] at St. Benedict'i CLEVELAND (NC) Bisbo

pastoral letter providing that "Some religions have hrnpl"rsl"'utl'd recital of the Russian sup ,r in Atchison, Kansas; made op-designate Raymond J. Gal.
religious instruction in the mol"'lclOusly pi ession of reliionl'ill/ not tJ> 3iiLi. hit studies for the Priesthoodat lagher will\ be consecrated

churches be limited to 15 than others" he said only illustrate the status of Kenrlck Seminary St. August 11 in St. John's cathedral

minutes and can be given religion/ under the USSR but Louis! and was ordained in here He will be enthroned .

only in the presence of parents But there can be no doubt "vv ill throw some light on the 1,+ 1 k the cathedral at Amanllo, as Bishop of Lafay-
that the communists seek efforts of clerical authorities
No questions may be Texas, June 2, 1935.
nothing less than the total In communist countries to extend On November 3. 1961. It
asked of the children
This has been reported liquidation of all vestiges of their sphere of influenceor Young and old come to retreatsFather was announced that Pope

without explanation by KNA religion while they continue control over related communities John XXIII had created the Bishopdestgaate

adding that Veszprem diocese to exploit these vestiges In in other parts of the E. J, Grey CSSR., retreat- women put aside the noise and hubbub new diocese of San Angelo, ri +)

has suspended some order to persuade the world world." master for women at the recent weekend of the world and meditate on the hereafter and had named Monsignor
J. .
Priests who allegedly took retreat in San Antonio, Florida, in a setting of peace and quiet Drury, then pastor of the Raymond T

their religious work more Pope Paul sends messageto designed his conferences to have the the Holy Name Priory, Church of Christ the King in Gallagherette

seriously than their 'pohti. Lubbock, as the first Bishop

cal"' duties. The new Brownsville diocese

Factual emphasis of visitors at Aachen shrine Goal is will have 74 Priests of
worsening conditions came Says martyrdomof good Deplores plightof whom 24 are diocesan 1 Indiana, August 23 in St.Mary's .

from Washington when the A.UIIKN: Germany; (NC) A papal message has BOGOTO (VC-Colombla's) Priests There are 135 Sisters cathedral, Lafayette.

U S. Senate Internal security called on the thousands taking part in a special pilgrimage Church in Red economic difficulties demand Jews in Russia and 22 seminarians in the Bishop-designate Gallagher,

subcommittee issued a study to Aachen's famed shrine to model themselves on that all\ groups work togetherat new see.There a Priest ef the Cleveland' dlo.
of the of Chris. this time toward solutions STRSBOtKO, FranceC are )1 parishes In .
the saints whose relics are preserved in the cathedral China continuesHONG I'.e. was secretary of the National
ban churches in the Baltic a Catholic Bishops' committeehas (\ | Jews In the Soviet Brownsville diocese 53 missions Conference of Catholle

states of Lithuania Lativa hereIt was put after his beheading KOGCI: (: ) declared Union are treated worse than and 24 itations There Charities with headquarter

and Estonia. also expressed the hope During preparations for the "Awful accusations and terrible The statement, issued by any other ethnic or religious are two high schools 18 elementary In Washington, when he was

that the German Society for pilgrimage( some German humiliations" are still the committee of metropolitans minority in that nation, ac schools, a general named. Bishop of Lafayetteby
The describes
Red tools study of church the the Propagation( of the Faith theologians voiced doubts being inflicted upon many a unit of the Columbian cording to Dr Nahum Gold. hospital and a home for the Pope Paul M en June 23.

supres- whose headquarters are inAal'hl'n that such an exhibition of Chinese Priests faithful to Bishops' Conference repeatedand mann president of the World aged and the infirm.
sinn such as exile Imprison- will intensify its efforts underscored Jewish Congress Archbishop Fgidio Vsgnoszl
Church appealfor
whose the according to information
meat and executions of relics authenticity The cathedral I Is the
to raise funds for missions received here froma national cooperation Issued Goldmann spoke at a meetIng apostolic delegate in the
Prlt'sts.orbitant: taxation has been challenged compatible Church of the Immaculate
throughout the world Catholic several days earlier by the of the executive committee United States, will be consecrator -
layman in Red
with the ..cumrnicalcouncil'
of t'll'rlrallnrom, and church Conception In the old part el
entire of Colombian of the here II.add'd at the ceremony here
property and diversion of Pope Paul '1'. messagewas ( liturgy reforms and China body congress the center ef Brownsfile. It The co-consecrators will/ be
the of soviet
read by Giuseppe Cardinal efforts to update the Church. In a letter delivered. to relatives Bishops that plight is considered (t. be the coadjutor Bishop Clarence G.
The committee asked for Jews since soviet
Ferret of the Roman But Bishop Pohlschneider here also Catholics- may mother church for althe\ Issenmann of Cleveland and
"subordination of all personal officials have recentlytold
Protests way curia at a Mass In the cathedral said at the opening of the pilgrimage he wrote of the Chinese communist or group interests no matter the United Nations' hu Lower Rio Grande valley coadjutor Bishop Leo C.
after Bishop Johannes that, although the I party's continuing
Byrne of \\ chlta.
how for the commission that
legitimate common man rights Corpus Christ! retainsII165
Hungary Jails Pohlschneidrr ofachen had matter was open) to dIscus. persecution of Priests who John J. Krol of Philadelphiawill
of fair
good society the USSR favors play square miles with a
opened the chapel containing sion, pilgrims coming to this refused to he associated with preach.Archbishop.
for total of 4)13) .577 of
minority groupsMeanwhile population
Priests the relics city would be impressed by the "patriotic church Regarding Gift to CardinalS whom 242825 are Catholicsin Paul D. Schulteof
seven traditions of the Church himself and his family
: In Geneva Indianapolis will. presideat
The relics brought( hereby 60 parishes, 57 missions
If.tlnn.i fen.. ,... ...1 the of Charlemagne he added: !
the Emperor: Charlemagnedied / by souvenirs S\ ; |m: (OMI'OS.! hrael ambassador te S.lt- and 26 stations, served by a the enthronement August

and might attempt to show ( 814)), who made this and by Aachen's artworks "It has been a long long Tr:I.A, Spain (NC-A) motor. rl'rland.Iohhl': Rartur, accused 23 in Lafayette Bishop Leo

others as is the right/ of German city his capital, and time since I or any of my scooter has been presented to the Soviet I'nlon of subjecting Pontiff appoints A. Pursley of Fort Vtayne-

every free man the reasons by Holy Roman Emperor Such signs of Catholicism, family have been to confession Fernando Cardinal Quiroga y Jews to "attempts at South Bend will preach Bishop

for his opinion" Otto III (died 1002))-were the the Bishop said are Impor I try to teach my children Palaclos of Santiago de Com forced assimilation" Gallagher win concelebrate .
catechism and postela during an unusual Cardinal Shohan the enthronement
objects of prayers Man
The Vatican dally news. great pilgrimagesfrom tant for acquiring a right Impression
continued: all parts of Europe during of the Church secretly of course-but it is scooter pilgrimage here by He told the U N economic with consultors of the diocese.
paper the Middle Ages. difficult. What will\ happen to members of the European and social council there that Office
"It does not fall to us, surely to Holy
The Church he elated Is us' This I do not know. But Vespa club observing the the USSR's policy toward Holy Father
1 to point out that this way From 1319 the four major now
based on tradition and it is pray for us. Pray for me. Santiago Holy Year. The gift Jews is "flagrantly Incom VATICAN CITY ( C-)
of acting sterilizes and destroys relics! have been placed on
thelery dial.ctlcwhich exhibit only I seven more Important than ever to Pray that I make a good act will be given by the Cardinal patible" with the universal Lawrence Cardinal Shehan of at summer villa
every of contrition before I die" to declaration of human rights. Baltimore has been appointed
stress that tradition today, a missionary
according to marxism, years They are said to he the us ...,.... e... f+.. wwl
should be the driving force of cloak of the Blessed Virgin, 'rl..t 'f" "i fl". ""'"' ,j"N a member of the Congregation the Alban. Hills where he win
t 't' ., of the Holy Office by
history even In the field of the swaddling clothes of the ,. '. .\ ",( rest up for the forthcoming
.. ? 1'1' Paul VI,
Ideas Infant Jesus the loinclothworn } .. ,f / ; / : /r. j Pope session ef the eeimenicalcanned.

by Christ on the Cross, 't His appointment te the .
"It Is the duty of every freeman ,
and the cloth which .
on the eiirlal body charged with the
lo emphasire that In '
: The Pope did make his
head of St John
Baptist defense ef Faith and moralswas
such circumstances basic human usual appearance at noon
revealed July It justa
liberty has been wound Dante cc had ''July 11)) at his window overlooking
stampS week after the Pope
erf And religious liberty Is St. Peter's. square
one of the principal corrolarles Flu\nsco (NC-A) named him one ef the. It and expressed best wishes
of the Second > atl
of this fundamental commemorative stamp hon. presidents' for wholesome vacations for
human liberty" oring Dante Alighierl went on ran ( ""rll. the thousands of tourists,

The trial and conviction of sale here to mark the 700th Albert Cardinal Meyer of visitors and pilgrims gathered

L'Osserva anniversary of the Italianpoet's Chicago, who died last April there lie said he
the Priests, said
birth. A letter from less than two montha after hoped the physical relaxation)
tore Romano, also cramps!
President Lyndon B. John the Baltimore I Archbishopwas would be matched by a ipinV
of the
and reduces the
son, read at the ceremonies
1 made a Cardinal, had ual Improvement
Church ministry in Hungary
said the praised Dante as "an illustrious also been a member of both Along his route knots of
The newspaper man who belongs to the council presidency and people shouted th.lH .."

Hungarian r.ltim.liolatpd"notwlth tand. every age and to people of the Holy Office Prior to his to a smiling Pone who raised
human rights
all ages" whose "renowned appointment to the Holy Of. his hand In blessing as his
ing solemn declarations accepted
accomplishments are a last. fire last November along cortege sped by Once /Ins, and signed"ST. ing testament to his fully with Joseph Cardinal Lefebvre his Catelgandolfo home. the

and richly rewarding life." of Bourges Frances Pope went to the bal my

AUGUSTINE Nuncio membership in the congrega. overlooking the town squareto
sees Pope 4 lion had been restricted to thank the crowds for their

VVTKVN CITY Cardinals resident In Rome. "welcome caning it "so cordial

Archbishop Jean Baptiste The Congregation of the and unanimous

PONTIACAmerica's Maury, former apostolic delegate Holy Office Is headed by the He continued We need tit

for West Africa con. Pope himself\ as prefect and be surrounded by your affection
No. I Road l Car .*
fared with Pope Paul VI rf 1 la4 {tj directed by Its secretar Alfredo and your llra\... tn

BANTA BROS. (July J6)) before leaving for Ca r din al l Ottaviani ttwo,. moments pre>'edmg the

St. leopoldville to take up his With the addition of Cardinal fourth session of thee.! < nd
new post as papal nuncio to Shehan, It now has U Cardinals Vatican f.cumf'nl'< a! C."nd 1 1wtth

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Oi, FLA. HlSTUtuSeminarians .Y1A JO 111SU3AIKH

Use prayer told in torfdakhottc St. Mugusrmehistory NY11JYUal1

quest for GodFLORAL { told in

CITY In the peaceful Betting of Good
Counsel Camp near here last weekend, seminarians of
the Diocese made a day of recollection. They attended

Mass and received Holy Communion from Archbishop "'01.. XXVI, No. S9 Orlando, Florida, Friday, July SO, 13 lOe outdoor drama
Joseph P. Hurley, who spoke to them of the need for becoming .
Priests dedicated to prayer and meditation The
Archbishop was the celebrant of the Mas hi the rustle 1 "
: Staff writer made Father Lopes a princI--
chapel at Good Counsel. : !
All of living too. For the ;JClli The beginning of missionary work among the Florida pal figure In the founding
gathered at Good Counsel
story second to Menendei
Print, the supernatural way only -
Indiana 400 Is the subject of an outdoor
years ago
on Friday evening in time becomes most Important. The himself. Indeed, the (idealism .
drama now playing at the St Augustine AmphitheatreIn
for supper and orientation at Priest must be a man of t\ and faultless courage of
camp Saturday's programwas prayer He must enter into St Augustine Called "Cross and Sword," the play the Priest tend at times to
highlighted by the Mass himself. He must ponder on aw was written by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Paul dominate the play Father
and interview with the Arch those wondrous things that r ,, tAo Green Lopez is shown offering the
bishop.Ii were said about the starch l' It re-enacts the founding of St. Augustine by Pedro First Mass, teaching the Indian -
hit sermon Saturday, for God by the patron saint of S Menendei de Aviles and the first missionary labors of I children, encouraging.
Archbishop Hnrley told the our Diocese, St. Augustus, Father Francisco Lopes( de Mendoza Grajaleaj at the Menendei In his labor for
when he lamented the Indians, and imparting
"Too late
future Prleits that their parents Mission of Nombre de Dins
whom be numbers hive I found Thee." M than military purpoiea-they his blessing ant" solace on
among the chief benefactorsof Aa astln.'. heart was forever Paul"The Green Lost Is the "creatorof came to plant the Crosi of the struggling Spanish ctlonltts -
the Diocese Colony, "The Christianity and to preach the .
were remembered searching. So toe mast "
at the :Man he offered Common Glory, "I'nto Gospel to the Indians. Thiswas "Crosi and Sword employing
the young Lev He I looking te ; 1M "
ti These Kills. and other well- a cast of 100, uses the
s their mission and this
'p with and for the seminaram. the Priesthood. lit mill ,
known and long playing out. their latest In lighting, sound and
wan unforgettable accomplishment
understand that we have a deer dramas, He counts dance techniques to recreatethe
The Dioces. pays a food purpose and that purpose le "Crosi and Sword" his greatest story of the hardships and
deal of attention to those ho God. achievement' It Is already Green thinks that toe many struggles\ of Pedro Menendei
raise their eyes to the altar, It win not be an Immediately attracting large! crowds nightly people have overlooked the !Spanish colonist to establisha
and prays for those who one successful search, but I te St. Augmtlne's 2000 seat religious motives of the Me. foothold In the New World.
day, in the providence of God you will be on the right way.11 1 1sr. amphitheatrela ,, nendri enterprise, and that This magnificent play rangesIn
will be the Priest of this partof you prey and meditate his play Green has toe much attention has been scope from the glitter of
Florida, he uid. for possession of God. shown that the principal char, given to the "malllC'''" of the Court of Philip 11 of !Spain
In this country which has During the program of the acterlstlc of St Augustine's :.Menendei' French rivals at to the savage Florida wildernesi.
achieved a good standard of recollection day, recreation beginnings was not the sword, Fort Caroline It tells of the efforts of
physical life, it II for the was planned but the Cross Menendei and Menendei and his chaplain
Priest of tomorrow to see to The day included swimming his Priests and settlers cameto In setting the record Father Ixipei to establish
it that we achieve a food a trip to Crystal River Florida for much more straight, the playwright has !SEE: CITY page tit
moral, a good intellectual, a by bus for hikes at the rock
good supernatural standard pits, and bowling

Dangers mount in Sudan

against Catholic Church Seminarians together at camp

Archbishop Joseph P Hurley offered met at the Good Counsel Camp near
IUlr.J."Klntl.. (NC) Government troops Mass, above, for the seminarians Floral City and InvemeM to pray endrecreate
have looted and damaged at least five Cstholic churches, of the Diocese of St Augustineduring together. The Archbishop of.
shot at a Bishop and Priests and burned seminaries in their annual! day of recollection fered Maaa In the rustic chapel 1 serving

the neighboring Sudan. last Saturday, The seminarians the campsite.
The May to July incidents grew out of the civil w ar
raging in the southern Sudan. The war 1s in major parta ----- -- '

religious and racial bat.
Ue major portion largest city of louthersSudis's Cordiality marks event in

Four million southerners,
who are mainly pagan Negro The Sudanese prelate was
tribesmen but who include on hn way to Juba from Wau,
about 400.000 Catholics, are 500 miles away, to ordain See City for Irish clergy
fighting a government dam PrieiU II. was accompaniedbv \ ._
iaaUd by the ArakiVtpeak- tee Priests Father David MJt
tag, predominantly Moslem l'ra l and lather Paul 1'iala. fly Father Valter A. Cullen _"Itrlil the story ef the Faith
northerner: who make up Not knowing about the massacre ST. AIGISTI A group of Priests of Ireland cooperating with patriotism. ,
about two thirds of the ea the tried to enter who are serving temporarily in parishes of the Diocese from the beginning ef ear
Uon's population DtNGFRt, back page of St. Augustine gathered In St Augustine on Wednesday history
Southern refugees who reported of Jut week aa the guests of Archbtshop: Joseph He told of the history of the
the recent attach on Pope holds P. Hurley and heard him exprew a word of welcome establishment of the Christian .I
the Church regard them as this Faith In Florida! and the United a
and a word of heartfelt thanks for their help
evidence of stepped up efforts Slates of America and the
to force Islam on the first villaaudience summer is good for our Priests and deep iiimfxanre, of the coming .
south by the new governmentof His Grace said laity celebratlone
Premier Mohammed May I thank l you as t haveso Beetdei they represent a In conclusion, he once moreflrr.d .
Ahmed Mahgoub who came often done before, first of culture which has bees fer his deep gratitude 4l "'M, *. .....It1
to power in June Rather all for the opportunity you tflntirg the Catholic Church to all those Irish Priests whe
governments mad. similar cItaly A S TRIJI.INgNII.FO: give of enabling owr Priefts over the centuries, a culture come to ua every year He ei- 'Cross and Sword' dramatizes history
attempts, closing down all (NO)-Pope r.uI1 to get a much needed vara which Is due to the uniqueness pressed his deftre that the
minion schools, making hu told thousanda attending lion so as to refill the reeer of the Irish faith I nell 1'rle.ti would Ml! all Father Lopes( the Priest whe offered bl ....lng, above, to Pedro ),f.n", ".. de
nearly all mink work illegal hia first general audletice. vein of awl and body and to A few yean age yeu celebrated about the work of both the the first pariah. Mass In the Aches, founder of the eta)'. The
and finally, in 19'>4. et this year at hie summer come beck refreshed and renewed the 16th centenary of Prtls. and the laity In this United States when the Spanish founded Prlewt's fflJ.I\ played by James]

pelting all missionaries from residence here that he When to their visits work to Ireland, the faith given to you by St historic<< Dtweee Ht Augustine, la shown during a (daughter and Pedro Menendea, lower I
on do At the Invitation of the
the south. hoped the occasion would Patrick Our brgiMtafi flword" at I. William Stock both
"CroM and
we encase' them from the an not bark that far but this Archbishop, the annual dinner l jierformance of right, played by ,
!rind recent ef, the MW I. have religious value for Dual retreat if they with because year go we will be celebrating was given at the Pome 8t. Auguatlne. The Priest gives his .f North Carolina.

rldnti was the aarrtw escape them we roflitdrr a visit to the fourth centenary of the d. I on Motor I lodge, St. ---
W Htihe" (rearm 14 '.r Pope Paul said on July 21 Ireland Is a spmtnal took beginning' of the Faith IB this AugiMtine, In honor of the
Wai a Jely t, tilt day eflrrgtvrramrol that thee had been drawn te Irish Priests, too coming tountryW Irish Prteits who are helpingout
Imps had massacred Die audimie by a perhaps unei here, bring acrrpth: of Ireland la the different parlvhei Monumental cross in Spain holds
mere lisa a taetaed )>rr.ted desire for the rePOPK 14rr.tl.n! : of the Irish: may be able t. tell esUrry I
people I.! Jibe awd boned a back page faith and 'c.'r si t b et ikla awlveriary, rniuxum, bark pager

-- .-.. .
--- interest for St. Augustine Prieststhe

UIIIIIII ( \la moll) No visit to Spain Is now considered mountain top emerges

I complete without a pilgrimage to the national majestically amid an array
"1 bare
of cone-shaped crags
monument of the Holy Cross In the Valley of the Fallen, rock The cross books dnw.

about 34 mllre from Madrid Among the recent pilgrim ever a wide\ valley that Is re-

were three rrl..'. of the Diocese of fit Augustine who markaMe fer Ha rugged
; beauty The auiturlty of the
| f were MI'" an offWel visit in OneraHnsimo FrtnelseoFranco 'landscape Is matched by the

f f tq,. [ In connection with the QuadrirentennUI' eelebratlnn rt ||H and liftmen prnpnrtlnns -
of the Church in Florida The Prlesta were Kon of the monument Itclf

;'"' ./' V ;..:-',;" : :-. /, '",. l, -';' ':'i/--: r/vi': :; signor'! John P Bums, Father Diego\ One... and FatherDsvM Of special mtr*.t to the
". .' ". f't''l'''' '.''*."'V ,".
jV'H- \: ; .. P Page pM>ple. of the fttwete of 51.MOMMrVTU.
'' '' |III Mfwrf wfrmjn<, |
jl'" f '
s. .;:;, v :/ ?? The graftoee mMumentp,. huge frM .futl-lIIl fJft .. .beck page

was erected as a tribute ball ___.n. HHH"\\'"
who gave their lives fir

their Meals! during the fpea- OffleUIDiocesoofSt.Augustino
Isis CH* war IS..lntl| At

mat JO yean t twtMwg 'IJ9W1 .

i the ,n'""-rMftt was iwaw
tenet. end personally AweftH -
by the Ot f ef Mate ofHe Sic Augustine. Florid

**, Gvderal Frame .turn-
iHf The Chancery sf.f..um. << ..a the t"IItIII' .1'"
I.da1.Me, effettlv A'lfuat' W l !Wail!
t.w.H.: .., tN m...m.M
.UII aa .bugs seHtrriMta TW R..."... Fsl,,,f \hw.M t: Sob. raster
church dug cot .< IkeMwaUla berth. ef the !tartar l P.'.. ( .'.. flack. and
I Irish Priests here during summer months ..... web aem- clll.t.1: (........... n. FtarMi. ('athaileTb.

Ptiesta: raf!ired la C' AaC ae. r -.J.a. lit'PA. A: 'JIf.ci: 11-: L ii, r Tfert Lust ,c y frra W Fi"-r U m *lice*e SIMM.f rr,.*.*',embedded ft. aid Keterrwd father I David I' "Page, Fseenihe: Wt:

In miJ-J-v t ) attend "it ar. jai E..cr .1r..,' J''i P W ."' ; '\\.J Utzieig r J -ri D swan: Father Maur'.,-. t Jv.r ,. (ri'M* apse the ....... m... sue, TU .1.rta. (''singleTke '

given for the Irtah PrVsta who assist': during Patrick\ J T' aii r '**.1.". E tww'iog, K CaaU Father EugT.e C Kot,:'. 'aH*fP.tridl Sale eVtttfy ever the dame Revered .1,", WWUw (i terry, Lacier, It
th* soainver ia panahes of the Dioceee of St dare, Uidd'.e: row fn>m left Meifnor: VI >tUsner > OBrVn, ,.na Father \'utcentI .t she tkeefb. tsel.adeTb.
Augustine ta Florida The host on the occaSJOB Dasher Father T1veu Caiy. "urll. Father Walter A. Cullen, Feme; .. J... \U*..' Pariah,

waa ArciibeaJkot Joeeaih F. Italy Pic-' dare Father UiHiael F Worse and Fatter Father Robert W..t;...... An a.ii FetheiKauBM verb Week ISM etterty creetfeur'alto\and saar. > K...f..4 father WWTk ._ t Ilwheks. ,tdminleIM

turgid wixk.: eoene of .... Print weleomlag the Edward: Patrvck JOBM bi >It if PJpit. Fa Mm. M..atk. Father Mtetu'lNeery .**** fiuftrm. ot the esv ......" T$...., pariah. tsala
gr""p to th* AMiesrt Qty to Ue tasted then Lawrence Ryan and F*'brr firetkiea a PaJkMine and Pother Vrvtaa Two- acre mnvmn r at prheDvhrr \dlllllll.I"I..
K...'.... t...lfc.fImmtrntMtt la/.e D's'
Slates wore from left fotegroaMd' FathM Byrne broth nf KiMare Father Jeaee Ur- big, <.1oaItrt. .U. m IM wwVI M (' Parish, ferry
Edward MrDnoovfh. Otmry : Father J tea Petra Father UIrt\aH" MTObaaM few UIoPt.fI.' .f u"'IM ot awttt
Cotkery, UayM th. Iou jour wmia. J. tfcer Patrick MacGfatfe, KJhkre. Father Sea .umaa..al h cmesi4aig Hunun,""" tI"l.. .",nnlun",,"" ,.

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Two Th--FIorida Catholic, Friday, July 90, ID61

New deanery chairmen _

/Holy Name Banner I

listed for DCCW year \

TI.. ...... rulr.l P....., *f Ih* l>lor. 1...... U.I I .w.... IS. ....Irm.. f., IMI..!. flip ..< ... this lid. president of
St. Joseph Holy Name Society f James J
and .Lavs-
PresidentMrs Constitution By
Winter Haven
Chester Katmlfrczak Organization and
i iwe 17. Larry "'ts nationally
515 W Florence Ave. Den elopment on July 'n
DeLand Mrs. Samuel Wright Jr. known and his biography \

704 6th St. appears in a number of President
\'Iee.rrl'.ldfnt Merrltt Island ..
editions of Whoa Who. What
rMtrP Mrs. Gene MciNultyM7
Sunrise Dr. Family Life and Parent is more Important he was al

Orlando Education Traffic Safety wlyi a leader in Catholic ac
Mrs. Chester Norris sorts of quibbling, evasion
tlvltle. -In his parish, HolyName
Recording SecretaryMrs. 905 Samar Rd. and by tricks of argument
William Brockman Cocoa Beach Society, Knights of Co- make a case for even! the
lumbui He chairman of
3718 Indian Woods Rd. was d.vll80 many do.
the West Coast Deanery Fall
Orlando Mrs. Fred Walsh Rally in 1962- ..hlC"1I was the But In our hearts we can

Corresponding Secretary 757 VMiltmlr Dr. !belt attended rally I have find the right answer by the

Mrs. John Mtttlngly Eau GalloInternational seen in our Diocese Dr. test of Justice and then we

422 W. New York Ave and Inter- O'Rourke was 72. a bachelorand nerd onlv' ask Rod for the

f I Ia DeLand American Relations left no family lurvlvorl grace to do Just that.
+ He did leave a hoot of friends
Foreign Let each of us resolve to
Treasurer and the Inspiration of a life
Mrs Orlando Fox "'
end to that
put an every.body"
Mrs Gerald Rogero of service to nil God his
a &51 Sanlando Springs Dr. and someone else."
US Terry St. country and his neighbor
least Cnrljuini
at among ,
Eau GallleAposiolale
Rourke remindedme
remembering there can never
and Public
of the early Chrlitlans end until and t
of Public Relations be an you
Opinion-Llbrirles and Mrs Axel Anderson who were always readily recognisable begin by getting: out our.
J/a y+ literature 1620 3. Delaney Ave by seKei} .
p others by
from particularly
Mri. John B. Sullivan Orlando Some Christians hear the
1133 S. Peninsula Dr, the way they loved one an menage to "put on the armor

Daytona Beach Youth and Religious other. of filth" but they term to

Meditation a part of retreat \arstlon Camp I Their IKei were such think that like the local lodge

Catholic! thirlllfi and Mrs. Frank Trauthweln shining emmplei of their belief uniform. It mzsni only for
Retrtata an held at a peaceful tlon necessary for a spiritual retreat and Mri. Genevieve Baum of St. Foreign Relief 908 Newman Dr. that they played a greet the meeting on Sunday They

Holy Name Priory In San Antonio Here, making use of the Petersburg and Mrs Eric Oehleo! Mri. Robert K.pp Lreiburg part In the conversion of the wouldnt think of wearing it

i Florida, during June and July books in the Priory's library, are, of GulfportRetreatmaster 6112 Felleport Ave nnorls world. to work or to the social function

weekend. The quiet atmosphere it from the left, Mrs. Earl Fickett of Orlando Mrs Gene McNulty: during the "fk Plr-

eonduelv to prayer and medita Melbourne, Mrs Mary ZabriskiePalhae (Me! Participation and 537 Sunrise Dr. They, too, were surrounded. tlcularly on Saturday night
by the profiteer, the pleaiure
Orlando \et th.se are the places we
TampaCDA Legislation seekers the percentage' need our armor the most
JACKSONVILLE Mrs. D. E HelmannRt Spiritual: Development soil boys of their dav but at there It where we do battle:

On July 21, the Catholic 1 Box 5V ttrlresti least those ere not Christiansand with the enemies of our

n Daughters of America! Courtof Tavares Mrs. Josephine Hoffman they might not have Savour.

1Jf.at'D'A: .'O.S;{ Jr.t the Little flower 1917 helda Chll Defense 105 Barton Ave. known any better Today we lijl.nte! In the pretence of

came party at Epiphany Mri Martin L. Barren RockledfeAprakers hear self styled Chrl.Ulnl.ev.n error spoken IS ascent and
'" '
Ticicn> of Our Lord Church, Venice. 307 Emory Dr. RurfauMrs. "outstanding" ant successful" remaining In the pretence of

VPOM rafls r Mrs Warren Moucha wit Daytona EesthCommittee James C'fk ones ezcunlne" or. evil x approbation' if not par
sIT Justifying actions with eserv
chairman. This was open to 1107 Queenivtay Rd. Donation
body does 1Or "if 1 dOI't.IOm \ ,
on Coopmt'nfwith
the public ind the enthuilumof
the member was greatly Confraternity ofhrlMlan Orlando fle else will" What I (hrlit 1 said thct invitne not

IMLaHAL l 4Mll appreciated. The money went (' Doctrine Hume and Schoolnoclatlon! poor excuse for immoralityfor -- with Him was a slnst slim

STEAKS toward purchasing the court Mri Andre Tuquet Mri Lofar Lip, .omb Jr. that Is what a lack of V ean'l have one set et

.... as II....' '1. "...... robes Refreshments were 220 S. High St. 2W E Lalla Dr morals la morals 'for our h"!** and family
KL e./1S1l' served. DeLand Melbourne Those pursues or their I and another ad for ourbullnt.

equivalents are like termites ...

_e.__ i eating away at the moral Every day counts Inward

II< r ;4 When we reach the point of Sunday Our conduct in fiepuaineis

.- 9HJeiteh Judging the permmibilitv of world l proclaimswhat

=-taaas an action by. the number we are and the message .

,.. ...., .rr' a .....lI.awol4annnwall Edward prey C.SS.RL lonferent room dul en July doing it we will reach the tarries clear and far
U.I. ...... was *n* *f the retrettmeitirsfor 17 At H.ly Name, the D.CK.I.f point of rebellion and ,Join,, What is of even more consequence .

Mrl1, Mer the widen *t H.I Name St Auuttm. hit off.r.d with Lucifer than the harm we

353J4I9, Prlry' Son Antenle, this sum during Jun. and July a cloud 4r The materialistic norms of do when we leave off our

114 W Fny1h St. mer Her he li plstur1' it the retreat which Is I 4l-hur period society today are spreading armor U the good we can
el time away (item, *,,*'1 usual too rapidly far ui to Ignoreor do with It on.

CLEARYCONSTRUCTION routine, devoted t* the honor to telerate We have got to
Contttt Mr Davit Ma.Namira CO.n and, fiery of( Gee! and the d.. bring Chrlitlao morals: intq .

7 44ltff, taut sdi InStrving ,:;= MTmT: : .Iopm.n' .f the Individual1 w prominence or we may not St.: Petersburg

uAmon.. aNRua Iplrltuil li(.. retain any morals

12.411RELIGIOUS w.e t r And we ran only d. that by
: personal "conversion'indivldualiy Namt Church
t' s s ILN.Tt1i1' relwP.ay.lei's + Holy
( living _*or Faith
I .....N. r
BOOKIe -.r h a1111N every minute of every day JACKSON'SSHOES
DtUcJow* ; GIFT SHOP ...'f':"r r It Is you and I who makeup
J( iI' .. the "',,'ybod\'" and
STEAKS Mrrl.e 'h ", .....II1. artt -
srTrraunfliia a.sAa/ra 'tomeone else And it u tou DON BARDELLA
SEAFOODS .. MtAAA1,1earusplay.Asf ._ and I that must
- --- atop Using or
lasts ace awe tNCICM it FAMILY-I accepting these ituptd itite. Men.5lr..
.,u.-. ana rmr>M..f 'A' PROTECTOR Respite womenIt menu as JuiUfiraltcm\ for 441 1 Cen$.$ A..... .u.un

II4J fXPRtSSWAYJACKJONVlUt Mill Oril ti rill4 ,....... wrong actions regardless of
Phone 721-0655 hu bern edifying to see lilt nunv for them to make retreats at the lima
Call J. k WlcoiMMl ,
HOIJIOA. : : I person, place or purpose
H Hill bet of men accompany their wives this time that their !husband did, urged
We don't need to be great
Hit. _(Ole lift kiiuanet S mtiDIIIKCTOKY Hummer to the Holy Name Priory to the men to join the others In the par
philosophers or luruti to 1111 .
Insure their registration Man they. tab at a Bt. Leo rrtrtat In/ thin picture, know that there Is one te.t.

eASTERt'.lNG PH R'MACV nnllstl":! continued on to Bt. Io Abbey for the July IT retreatant hear a spiritual and! only one test of the morality

..,.,..... '1I1I1I1I.TInN .all'lf II -- -- their own retreat. Other wlven, who reading by a Pinter; of Bt l>nUkt dun of any action Is It
.r.1. c..'.".. fI,., sal r.'... P...,....... A i'Ti> .... P..... ... Mllfal I.......... tA' .... Nap _. .. ,",
.... Rlaa4l.p ",... J. 1-511/. '."11 ion I -. ... nil nil llr... --. -- ._ .- -- - at writ a< tho( end 'aalng Sts /
Sill *........ M4. ttl.ll ( .. to God. He can ela'wstees !
rn i| 'rvlr I I' i" 0 it ntM Ri
D. .. KAITrillkO, 0.>.>.M*..|*r ..I&"n' and 444S ttlt Street, North
flee mill-ICI In I.::I.Wli'ruWN,Vt Editor in Duluth St. PetersburgST. Crosier Fathers > we can get into all

H'l Pleasureto IUIAll e1tIR. IIl'U'TIl8.11( ) Krue. Vise Joan High daughterof JOIIKT.: Illinois (1\0-: ) ,
- Pro\'llIl'Il&& headquarters of
Mr, and Mrs William C.
formi nf tnniriinr gee a news commentator at the i-ro'icr Fathers htte Monifiry Pttf Confrol $ .evte*
serve you . W, J miUANAt \ High of St Paul pariah St.
,t.TATfct IwAI'RANea KDAL radio and television been moved here from fort
And !
our Responsibility <<',' f"tfI.t. here, has been named first dlRIotH Mayne Indiana with the per. to* AN MONIST DiAL ? UU OMU'
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ehnpplna l'.nla rI4t
to serve you WELLI lay editor In the history of the million or Buhop Martin D.
J. 'Nul'' ('rarMert *I.U r. '
McNamiri of Joint Father
//oeGeorge/ Washington r.nip nln, luin, (mm.* Duluth I Register diocesan' 862-2128
Benno Mlschk O' C.
sal lift pro
in1 fin> Arllnetna M. ....I (01110''. '...en.. newspaper founded In 1H7 f elprFdmend vinclal and his secretary Father .
He succeeds father Robert! FOR COMPLETE EITUMINATION
Roosevelt Motor HotelJACKSONVILLE ..IiL e1t41Rsal.r. Klein! "ditor since 19V!\(, who Albert Biahop 0 S C,
have the
opened neadquar'
::: ;" \ ; has born named of St.Joarph'a
; ire ,IwtlnmaIVA1aA pastor U,1.F OTIEALTtrPiH.ir.UCMtr.U.c I
Corw'/lr./ ". ten at S04 Bellsrmlne DriveWest ,
IIHAITVII parlih fJneien' and
Dewnt.wn' II fOnnitldf Hniiltiviiril" In lit.III.IIh. lair A/iM.a
... I *1 St.. Joseph pariah, I.ak.* i. '; a014u1SOViN

fr 4 Knhalm: ;;.| .ui.-an. wood
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AMiiniilliti' _riruihl: ..:.MrH young in ceremonies women of participating rKeptton Tilt s5 sew N.reln. : Nine S 1 096. NtMNhh4YI.; ..
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