The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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liturgyIreland 4t Three. The Florida Catholic, Friday, July SO, 19tS(

applies Council's decrees Charities staff augmented I

By Leila Carroll! elves," there is plenty of evidence in St. Petersburg bureau

NO\C New Ser lce in the life of the } rI

I DUBLIN To countries more advanced In U* new Church to prove that Ireland ST PETERSBURG Miss

liturgy it must seem that this traditionally Catholic island is not really living in the Ph>llis Stapleton has joinedthe
backwoods. I staff of the Catholic Charities
been slow -
very In putting Into practice the die
recuvea of Vatican Council At least one aspect .f the Bureau, St. Petersburg,
n. lain reluctance to change! Church In Ireland has been Florida ai a caseworker Miss PhjUlsStapleton
long.held practice, there is far ahead of other countries. i v She is a graduate of Rosary
While it It admitted that the another side to the picture. That Is the question of collegiallty \- t College.!! River Forett, 1111.

I Church in Ireland n conservative Although perhaps unnoticedby of the Bluhopi.
by modern standards the general body of the Miami
and that some of the faithful ai well as by the For about 100 years the BARRY COLLEGE
older have been hold aw t'llty.thrre studerti Including
churchmen have a cer critics among the 'rn-ogrei- Irish Bishops 11
ing regular meetings usually 25 members of religious nols Her master of social

twice each year, under the orders graduate from Barry work degree was obtained
l l t chairmanship of the primate. College during summer commencement from Our Lady of the Lake

They assemble at Majnooth exercises at 8 College, San Antonio, Texas
in June and generally also in pm today (Friday) July 30
October when they discuss in the college auditorium. Thirteen years In the fieldof

matters of common concern. Among those who will receive social work have been

When warranted, statementsare leaders Bachelor of Science degrees spent by :Miss Slapleton, Including
issued following the meetings Largo organization from Monsignor William work In a family

setting out decisions and Barry P A are: Sister service agency<< a child guidance .
The new officers of the St Patrick Garcia, Mrs. William Callnghan. prenl
., directives which may be ad. Marie Jacinta Daniels SSJ., clinic, and the Florida
JA dressed to the whole of the Women's) Club of Largo pone with dent, Monsignor John P McNulty Sister Mary Juliana OlsonS state department of public

Catholic community parish Priests. From the left they are, V,ft.. Mrs. Dorothy Sheehan and Mrt. S J. and Sister Mary Anthony welfare.

There is a great deal of cooperation Mrs. Walter B. Damm, Father Emilio Paul Dowling Sampson SSJ. Prior to Joining the Catholic

and coordination Charities staff rot I I. aStapleton
between the members of the
A was a supervisorwith
A vEpiphany hierarchy and one can say School in SpainM the state department of
that the principle of collegia-!!
welfare in St Petersburg

M \ (:NnTheBiOv public
ty as practiced here works and in Miami Her work
ops of Spain will open an institute
very "elLThe with Catholic Charities will
here next October to
Irish liturgical retinal tram Priest and lay missionaries cr Include family counseling and

Y -.4.z .. la notable In that the tentacu for latin America and placing children for adoption.
." _ mentor Introduced about four The new Institute ,..11b4t\ .' adopting a child is Invited to

officers, Tampa )un ago, Is more advanced under the patronage!! of the call Miss Stapleton at St.
thai ehewhere. Bishops' committee for Hispsno Petersburg I11 2Og, for aaappointment.

Father Philip Bardeck C.SSR. recently congratulated -American priestly cooperation .
the newly Installed officers of Our A very high proportion of It is to be guidedby '''''
the Irish :
vernacular and English 11
Lady's Guild In his pariah of the Epiphany at is used in the adminis.tratbn recommendations stemming .

Tampa. Mrs. Julie McDermott is president. From of Baptism, Matrimony and from Philippine the Latin psstorelseek American l,1 \ t ... ST. AUGUSTINE

the left, are, sealed Mr. Margaret Canniff, Mrs. and the Sacrament of to I be held here September r / .-r,1. -
Zelda Harts
Mrs. Alda Johnson and Mrs. McDermott so good that they were American and Philippine '

adopted by the Scottish hier Bishops, l Prteots, seminarians 1 tin .".. sK/)" ;

archy. and laymen are expected( to
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AREA Ireland ii the barrier between ,' r rBudgeting

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The Life of Our Lord God'i world

Comment Christ presented Himself God will judge our stewardshipWE

are ill familiar with else question would be How

Looks can deceive youOUR before John to be baptized concept of stewardship much of His money would

of responsibility for in 1 God want me to shell out

Lord makes it clear that it is looks into the heart and lays bare Us ONE! day, whiK John was other'i property which may rathrr here*"

to judge a peraon only on secrets the things which may be un in Jordan his be entrusted to our care The A still better question would

known to others This is why He alont cousin from Nazareth presented manager of a chain store is Leo J. be How much of His money

the basis of what one observes is capable of judging rightly Himself far baptism the steward of the corporation would God want me to spendon

one ever would How long had John been on which Truecontinue while others lack
For Instance, no Our Lord tries to( impress this on us owns the store myself

base given Mary Magdalen credit for by revealing the hypocrisy of the his mission? The Evangelists, Frank J. J j The corporation board of enough to eat?"
as Is their give ua no directors
way a are the stewads of Much of the loose writingand
sanctity before her conversion Pharisees He showed that they SherdMhat
potential hint.
the stockholders A banker Is talking that is done con.
Her sinful life, well known among seemed to keep the law in a most con. Matthew says "Then", the steward of his depositorsand cermng sex, in and out of

the people, meant a total condemnation scientious way but inwardly they Mark says "At this time."' a pastor of his parish. marriage stems from tit

in their mmdn Human judgment were trying to get around the law Luke uses no phrase at all loners to bless us with His forgetfulness of Godi ownership .

bout Dlsmas, the good thief, never They made the pretense of loving God The fourth" Gospel Is as time The obligation of a steward loving care rights The power of
into account his less as the others; but at Is to administer wisely the .
would have taken and neighbor, which deceived others procreation has been entrusted
the least it makes clear that then, did the words property which is entrustedto Too few of us, however, to God
readiness and ability to accept and even themselves, but they were us by be
of repentance On the contrary, not pleasing God. Christ had already been baptized mean? his care He must guard it develop a functioning realization used for His purposes lie has
grace before! the official interrogation vigilantly, use it prudentlyand of our stewardship to
ery likely if we had !been neighbors It Is possible, of course for us to !( of the Baptist, described One! thing surely John keep always in mind the (..od Freely admitting all not abandoned that His The dominionover .

the Pharisees, we would have praised act the Pharisee, There is always the in our last column. was baptizing sinners in best interests of the owner, that He has done for us, westill power of sociologists recommendations

their piety. just as people who knew chance we can fulfill our duties with. symbol of their repentance do not operate on therecognized ,
Read what St. :Matthew .
physiologists physicians and
accustomed to do. They ap the motive. One of locusts There are few of us who do premise that we
them were out right can go to John's His t twenty years
says ((3. 13-17)) open. not find ourselves In psychologists can be vald;
peared such holy, faithful men, so Mass, for example, out of fear of Ing word to Our Lord were "I I and wild honey and total lion of at a least pout- belong!! to (:.od. in ourselvesand only to the extent that they

careful of the law, so anxious to do the criticism if one does not attend. A per. ought/: to be baptized by thee, austerity in the holiness desert which had some times stewardship and at, least In In all that we are and recognize Cod's proprietary

right thing son may even appear pious and yet and tome It thou to me*" could given him recognize the a holiness some small matters have rights

But God way of looking at human have little genuine virtue. For external Our Immediate reaction .Is greater. than his own Evl \\' are not our 0\1 D. We remain God certainly wills the enhancement
It Is to credit mostof
beings is unlike ouis. He does not conduct Is not always the guide to the to think that John was referring dently it seemed to him do our that conscientiously God absolute property of His property

Judge us only by the way we appear condition of the soul. What others observe to the inferiority of his monstrous that he should be us our discharge duties of stewardship -, \Ve are only on loan to To put It more conventionally

among people That is one of the fac can hide the secret hatreds iruj own baptism to the one he baptizing the man before There are frauds ard ourselves God cert.inly'ilI.. the good

tors, of course, but primarily God resentments of the heart *. had said Christ would institute him and wholly appropriate embezzlements, true enough When we finally face GodIn of His beloved creature

the baptism of the Holy that he, the Baptizer, should But it is only because such judgment It will not be to man.

Ghost. But there are two reasons startle the crowds he had give an account of our gifts. But II Is the God
Sacred betrayals of truth are exceptional good as
r Scripture against this been baptizing, by himself that they rate newspaper Usage has hallowed that expression sees It and the good which

I The first is what John the receiving the cleansing waterat headlines but strictly speak God wants, which mutt besought

Creator asked to protect pilgrims Evangelist reports the Baptist the hand of mother. We unders'and clearly and ing there have been no gifts, ,

is saying after the baptism take seriously the obligations only Investments. In Judgment '
thatI hen Jesus appeared Our Lord answer to John we shall be called uponto The development of a sense

the past several! weeks ning liturgy With the addl.! he had not known who Is the second thing He It reported of stewardship is fir is our I It! give God an account of the of stewardship will make our
Is concerned.
FOR neighbor
e have been consider tion of verse 3 it became a lie was We remember the it having said: the dividends In love and in ser lives more meaningful more

ing a series of psalms knownas sacred dialogue, with the first meeting of the cousins first was His answer to Ills seems somewhat surprising lit,, vice which His Investmentshave fruitful Almost always we

the Gradual J calms or Pilgrim rather clergy answering the request when John In the womb of mother eighteen years before therefore that we pay so of garnered in our hands are more careful with the

Songs, so called because of the people and calling Elizabeth leapt for joy ..sJt'sus when she found Him tie heed to our duties property of another than we.

they were sung by caravans 'ohn' J. down God blessing uponthem entered the house In after three da)I' search stewardship is far as God The unawarcness of our are with our own
1 is oncerred
role of stewardship shows Itself
ol devout Jews on their way rlltelotfrom Mary womb The second answer has the We acknowledge readily III e see ourselves our
In a hundred ways.
tj visit the temple in JeruSalem It thus served most fittingly We need not ask why the matterof factness of the first enough our indebtedness to possessions. our health, our

as a little farewell ceremony Holy Ghost did not In the first and i Is even briefer Let it God for all that we are and for example we often say time and our talents as really

The last of this series Is Ir which the departing pit) moment of this later meetingstir he to for the present: it is have. We ne\er would question ior thinki I "I owe it to myself belonging to God, there cal)I!

psalm 133I Is short grins begged their official John to a similarly In well that we should thus fulfil for a moment the fact to do this," when the real be much less waste and misuse .

enough to quote In Its entire- Sion, the maker of heaven representatives to continue to slant recognition: for the all due observance I iMat, that we owe to God our existence basis of our decision shouldbe th.nMtll/ we see our.

tvi% and earth. remember them before the Holy Ghost; had already told thew 3, 15, Knox version). our religious faith our "I owe it to God to do selves as the absolute marten

!Many are ot the opinion symbol of dod'i presence, John by what sign he should Cleansing was even less physical and mental endowments thl." of our assets and resources '

1. Come bless the Lord all that this psalm consisted originally the sanctuary, recognize the Christ, and the "due" for Jesus than punfica and all that Is good Similarly we ponder. 'How .

you servants of the 1ordtio of just the first two sign had not yet been given, tin for His mother after His and desirable in our lives much can I afford to spen!!" It will make- quite a df
stand in the house of the lArd verses In this form It would They were about to returnto final
birth. We ran only guess why \\e are decently grateful to or How much can I afford Terence, too In our accounting -
the hours of the have been a prayerful request their homes, having baskedin did
during night But why one cousin not *" .
will to when a mon
I lie give pie
Our lArd found it due. God, and that .
2. Lift you >our hands toward that the ministers of the tem the! warmth of His nearness \know.: the other Evidently; pray ,
the sanctuary and bless pie, Priests and levites (servants for a few days During they had not ml'tlrown/ I It! may well be that as John .t"'

the lAIrd of the Lord !, intercedefor their visit they were able to men: John had gone to the was giving testimony to Him

S. May the lAIrd bless you the people during the eve Turn to page<< eight desert as a boy, it may very lie felt that He must give ills French Social Week

well be that they never did testimony to John: and He
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Father Michael) V. Cannon when each was In the womb. John's right to baptize which Safeguard family in cities
the Temple offic'als! were to
Is madethert'aCll'r
Mission of Nombre De Dies Certainly nothing!
call in question. DutI hat
of their
But, if John had kinship been askIng matters to us, what mattered following Is a portion of the reference and the /guiding .'s you happily! showed it

Immeasurably to John, waswhat translation of the letter senton principles for thought and action lour Grenoble session, the
for the sacrament of baptism
Qe\t Chpt6I I S *
Cj IJL followed twofold process of personal
_.... which hcuknew the liferafar behalf of Pope I'aul1 by
and socialization
ration canbe
I It is first of all the tranKendente
would institute a second Jesus tame up oat .f the Amleto Cardinal Cuognani. harmoniously combined ,II f fit
FIORI&A CAtholic Iiistol l problem would arise: M water, and stood there of the human per
Y after all he had received the prayIng papal secretary of state to son huh the Social I \\rell., upholds the complete development

Holy Spirit In the 'omb-not Alain Barrere, president of In accordance with the social of the person

at conception as Our Lady "Suddenly heaven was the French Social Weeks. doctrine of the Church, have whose Idea an essential torn
Chapter 103RALPh From the records of hit territorial laws of Florida In of the community\ It
had but at moment opened and he saw the spiritof Dated June 21 it expounds always Intended to proclaimand ponent
some in
visit we learn our first Information July, 1823:!!, and they annually Is therefore/ the reference In
Waldo I Emerson: in several )'ears about elected tuna wardens to rcp- the months after lieI. .. God coming down tike a Church approaches to the have always sought to dettin\ f
the transcendent "
the old Spanish the state of Catholicism In ,resent them legally born In sanctifying grace dove and resting upon Him modern urban revolution the undertake the appropriate action which will
It'tII a
town In the winter of 1827' He West Hoi Ida.Although. I It! may be of course, that And with that a voice came topic of the 52nd Social Week, to ensure its safeguard' man

found the living costs "intolerably More fortunate than the John did not know this, His from heaven, which said This held in Bret recently efff'.tlfly.otabl! this was norm for contingencies ot a
Pen.sacola II all of whit II
congregation at St. Augustine parents may have dlt'dI hlle Is my beloved Son, In whomI the aim pursued at vour lastsessions temporal
dear." the people"lazy the oldest of the Gulf Coast the lensatola Catholics French Social Weeks must be oriented toward nip
I when socializationwas
he was still an Infant But am well pleased" (Matthew THE
," and the parish church settlements, geography and had a resident Priest, lather anyhow the problem does not 3, 1&.171.John ). preparing to hold In studied at Grenoble the porting and promoting fie
"full of coarse toys." history had conspired In prevent Constantine Maenhaut who Brett their J3nd session. devoted of youth at spiritual\ order
arise, at the moment the emergence
But St, Augustine gate him its growth, and it was was described by a trench when tie since used l the words, he too It was the Baptist sign he saw had It to "Man and the Urban Rheims. and the democratic This duty whkh man has

back his health, and lie spoke- the least developed; of the visitor to the town as "uni. did not know hela.. speaking been promised, bv which he Revolution Town and Gxin- society at Caen, and then last toward himself and his traveling "
about the three centers of Catholic esteemed and loved Dwellers and Lrbanuation companions sets up rights
more kindly placeon venally to the Christ, should nothe Christ. try year, labor at I.}on.. As you
his leaving: population within\ the vlcarl- on account of Ms exemplary ." The Italy father, to know ItI not a matter hereof which society recognizes In

Farewell; and fair befall ate, the other two being Mobile conduct and learning" whom you outlined; this pro'fact a vague "peraonatiem"with ( him, and whose exercise "it
and St Augustine. A hap- during the audience he must facilitate since it Is not
thee !
gentle town Bishop! Portier also had uncertain outlines, but of
hazard municipal administration Question box recently granted to you and for him just a question off 1.1 I
The prayer of those who high praise for the Priest, a clear affirmation solidly
and periodic ravages of to Alfred Michelin: and Roger filling temporal destine. b t
thank thee for theirlife and did all he could to keep rooted in faith
jellow fever compounded the Lavialle, has deigned to ask also of marching toward a
him in the vlcariate. Only
town's difficulties me to convev to ,you his The It Inviolable for d.ltlnof which the stake it
after Mass did person
In 1827 also, St. Augustine months, later, however, Pen Prayers eternal
bleMing and his the threefold of Its
and Florida received an epic .About 1.V* Catholics could sacola good fortune wouldrun reaoon
be : It is with great pleasure tlgla "la the image.f God," It It In this light that 01n-
opal visitation counted there at the lime out when hither Maen
of Bishop Portler arrival haut decided to transfer his not belong to liturgy that I fulfill this agreeable lit redemption by the Blood tend to submit. your artah sand
Bishop Michael ,Portler I duty el Chrlit and Its supernatural It is In accordance with.
labors to New Orleans
newly consecrated for t the They still had no (church First of all the Social vrcatloi for the beatific these principles that you w'I,
Q. May I lOll hv our tuperlors lion but still the ,
Mrarfate of Florida and Ala but worshipped in the same Bishop Portler left Prnsa. cut the al the prayers Weeks Commission should be vltloa take care to act to that yes
pram were continued In 19.W:
bunt arrived at Pensacola wooden alcamen, or warehouse roll for St. \alCultin. on JuneI congratulated for not earwig reflection on urbanization w':'I
end of (Ue Mans? i am not Pius XI asked (that be
Ir January to evamlne at firsthand of Spanish times The I!, 1817 He had written to sure, hut It seems It was our said for Russia. for the they to attack the study of phenomena It Is a primary need whichno lead you to promote poutnt
what remained of (ath. had peaceand structural ,evolution no condition for the deveh"n
!: Incorporated Propaganda In Rome the good Pope Plus X who had the extent of which'
freedom of its Christian
elk life In Florida themselves under the previous month radically modifies the traditional more than any temporal organtsatwn ment of man In the venr
) us (he for the
say prater people He did not speak ofconversion
can legitimately'
way of life of millions. midst of this urban revolution
runs 1'.lon of eommjalsl t
Tliere Is but in the prayers we put M gnestaen which tears individuals and
onI ay of families shatters the structure
countries. :Now
we have quit ask for the conversion of sinners
M. J. Murray establish religion and that Is laving It and we sure have of society and is not with Inseparable' from the per. families seal from the so 1,1 I

to be campaigning, always In not converted It out grass consequence for sea Is the family structures which i enfolded
the field, to preach everywhere anyone, The nucleus of the pravers the social abutment of ,indivKhials them to far throwing them

Strange but true to destroy the preJudices teem A. The come from Pius lLeo: XIII and of amities and This first social cell to Into conditions of '!Ire hither9/
after Mm
of Protestants, to con have prayers added the prayer 'o Michaelthe for' their religious behavior which you recently devoted unknown to Is:stoTo '

firm Catholics in their Faith an interesting history. Archangel and Pius X your work at Bordeaux Is. ( be
Before an upheaval of such CMtlaned)
Copyright, Ito, NCWC Newi Strvco They are usually called the
permitted the triple invwa
and to render respectable the magnitude the Chrlrtian CM like the person. uviolable for
of Leo Mil the
pia.ms or
lion of the Sacred Heart be
; august (episcopalharacter) \ the very reason of its vital
not Indifferent He
gi rj, Leonine prayers. though they
J addrd function and whatever the .
In which vested
we are byword
really began with Pius IX. In must reflect. not only on -
example, and Indepemlence The Instruction for the changes surrounding 1rod
facts and their "
189: the Papal States ('r, In consequencesbut
." giaetanger of being gobbled Proper Implementation of the also on the values at the transformations to mr:hit 1hcFlorlda"Catholic

tater he would send Constitution on the Sacred has been subjected.While .
stake because the
a bv united '. beyond
4. a Italy
b Insk priest: j+' tip so
rw.r Mr Mr t / richly detailed journal of his all through the area which he iturgy!: :cued by authorityof technical problems and the UaiMRirittng" ufe. the

o c..esta Awe i',1 rR first campaign in the field to ruled as a secular prime. Pope PaulI on September option facing thee tftIOUl'' !home ao! transmits a wh le

C.WMWCU.W..o Iy sa ruawa oo.I.Awrwr Pewui.o.k/VCA DAsa ..NrelANOW(17'cfNner the \nnales tie la Association pope( !Pius ordered that Il'e.| :26:! 1964. became effective Me for urbanisation it M HIM heritage. pintail and tenp -

de la Propagation/ .. la lot tlal be said on the first Sunday of lent, himself who it affected b) the >wal at see and the sane,
i prayers 1"A. It abolished the leonine p. ,.... ...., 1."
In I Ivons, France a mission Mass l-xen: alter the I'pal urbaciaatieia soseoae(. time. a pr,nMs heritage .n

try lowly' that disbursed as states had totally dill!". pry ers rompfetelv along It is also important thai "esfcouk staked<< bv the rwMnbtitNMi of eioasao. f .....Il' .. ,...
with the lout Gospel These P. a. N/
T? siktiime funds to>> a number of praird in 1870, these prams ak uritlve what ac 1Ul't'ftl1.r atIOII. There ,It P.... -...u. pu.a .
\merican, duneies and vi- continued to>> be said In 1884 prayers never did properly ban we stMNiW undertake M the chiM rvrme. together ...-. .-. stow
carlatesRishop. fit the Mass They were with life ay s of thinking.
Pope Io extended these order that these absolute wed o,.' M ,a
added fo special crises. andbecame "foelmc and acting which h.. ... .
Portier( wrote that pi avers to the whole ChurchI.eos permiNt values. closely I I ,. ,
an enduring habit ... .. ..
gradually assimilates and. -
h. set out from (Pentarola primary concern was Baled t* human nature and ..
sLc The present hymn of "peace through whrti he ... .. .'.. .- -. .
along the dirt paths that led the freedom of the (hunh In M a Here***!? reHatmn with progrtssiv .
and than for HoalIntentions M M '100." e_ 1w y.wtis
eastward into the oldp.., Germany where Rmuank .ltn 11I& the supernatural. end of the l b make the appreslssYalupof ..... ... '... '.' _1 t"- '
t b.ew et.NAOrrr Na AulAnsrA.e laihe Indian immtry( aicom was waging his Kuiturkimpf are now aid I Irfore person,. should be not tidy hu liberty flu also' caM. .... ..-,...._ 110... '.' .
Ar + .
the Of fertor), as Prams not he daminiotiH b* s...... ... son., Lein....
: n IPYROr/rfhrfllD pawed by "my guardian: But e> rn after freedom was safeguarded but possiblrstregthMd soy '. r..._ .. ...
.n M0ji ,, ,i mow, I..orcp W.i eso al u'Mowerar angel" a farmer and a mail restored>> there. the pramsuHilmitrd of the Faithful, m the midst af progress, IW coned it he abrogated ona sac' ... La af w,.. 'sa e
,4 ra aKUI1vs ? t colS
a P" rM. NAM'.dfla CMNN(. carrier Die Utter two coin: to lx. said, and the Q It I II IIM big<< f.r me U dr.KfiUr these. rwiXMhpraMe. Change m bv any structureotfMriwig se::0.

paniuiit soon readied' their popular. nutivn, was Hut they k... happt' I eel since the butter. ) ut waatiiWla .. w shoed the M-

STJ Itu a GaD(1ys.tasa( ) l J. 'un.t, ,one tat the UitUpir ( cue l.r tL. t lU.iii.il a IL.htum.n toe fnirlklftalivM lit the leur ais.s.Lle pcr.4 UvM W peF.ra.ns fBr.
e Uu coarse .I( U< l Lag kittr .
Ai Airs As AK.I fan :"nl) .Htt*.rJi mil a question t Ue
.xuwnown >wa.ysar... AwnwrsirrelfRAwae0Aewln.a.HAra ,awos.ekr )sung SvuUh luel.rlh' .e .' wools, U liUrt *tprifofter skate. she same rfll- > >ftchi<4 these fcai aaeaalegly \11"1 l T. Mrm, U. trtmaty. sf .......... ... r

It4..A. M/A.r, AAp A foal was alto St. .Augustine of Ue4tKaa and .lag ail. ala' .l all thread till, ,'rtal sad family fawn .... ,... a....
ate coy sycia eWri1Nr / and (tie two men agreed to re receive again his' rlghti( as \ Utters like this are a a< Value mesas I. arllrns at one .... a .......

tos caotuass n swo a e$ man together pledging in temporal sovereign wrlume antidote to the \\ bit h then are these and the' saws lime and wMkUe ...

4/e/DMA.y AS bKMt 1n Mce O"A A{ MA.yRtXtl A.MltOtw t'KAreprts ease of accident or II!, knees In !')'.'< pnr' h'ut, i \i and( v 1111"1 ..c a l bite, of "pin.\ 'e' va ,'"% whi, h am neil.'iy, tame stale a third hud*. ....f... '" ,..

wn A S., l &Aewrr a Cev5t IN/M Alt, ti help one another mutually Mu"<>lin a< I ord a I i' i I''o S'S al 11, h | fit'ccili'i :e f'1' .,' ,., I. mal( value Ue prunac:*' .fUe

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nv The Florida Catholic; Friday, July SO, 1883
between authority -

Sharing our treasure

responsibility Bishop advises

Converts/ won by former
ROME (M3)) Pope Pal il l VI'. former personal theo- sacredness of things because,

logian has challenged the Jail ty to work out a balance be- unlike Priests and Religious

tween personal retponsibilit;,'y and docility to authority. he Is continuously exposed to ministerial student's aidTlE

In an address to the annual unforeseen and unforeseeable
of of person'I) thought and initiative situations the
meeting Catholic Action Bishop said f ? more one studies the
delegates last week Bishop especially in their specific .
<* histories of conversions
"According to St. Paul he
Carlo Colombo president of fields of interest.
He asked must regard every situationas the more deeply It h*
the theological faculty of laymen to develop"a
Milan's major seminary said profound supernatural a gift of God to be used to f Impressed with the cogency Father

that the laity must be capableof sense," added to a sense of collaborate in" the growth of i and convincing power of the Joha A. S
His T
rejecting the temptation of concrete human reality kingdom. evidence of the truth of the
To strike the balance between .
In the O'Brienlis
ecumenical council'sConstitution
both absolute independence
and Catholic religion\ Its divine
and servtht-. on the Church, responsibility authority
he said, "confirmation of a the Bishop suggestedthe Founder Jesus Christ stampedIt

Bishop Colombo said that specific lay spirituality is development of the sense with marks which distinguish

the parish community Is the given in its references to the of faithfulness to both "the it from all nun mad
most important of all. sacraments to the personalgrlLs earthly city" and the Church creeds. words to the ApoitUs:
and simultaneous develop 'Go therefore and make dn-
with which
Alter this, laymen shouldbe each person meet of clples of all nations, bsptis
personal initiative
is provided and to the manifold Hear there Is always the
encouraged to participate and sense of community \Ing them In the name of the
situations of life in which possibility winning a nonCatholic
in the mission of making the Father and of the Son and of
I'nless a profound spirituality
the layman finds himself. If he will but scrutinise
world Christian, with an is given he said, there the Church's credential the Holy Spirit. teaching

awareness" of their rights and "The life of a lavraaa hasa is a risk of Imposing on lav- !them to observe all that I
duties-within the frameworkof greater need for the super- men only models of external EJ commanded you; and beholdI ,

respect for the hierarchy salami and the sense .f the spirituality No matter how dyed In th*. am with you all days, even

wool a Protestant h. may be.h unto the consummation of
"op \ will be drawn into the the world' < Matt M 1 19-201>

Church if he Investigates with "Not! content with founding
Sees Mars
/ photograph"We
S an open mind and prays the Church and authoring it

This Is shown In the conversion to teach In \Mil name. ('hrl tprlld.nlly
have Been and admired Pope{ close-up picture of Man was trsnaroitted .
of 0. T. Carl of Washington appointed a head
...' Paul VI wrote on the of this to earth from a distance of
margin D,C., now a Dominican i*) Ing. 'Thou art Peter, and
o"'f 1'1' 1 Mariner IV picture\ of Mars. This first 134 million mile. missionary at Blessed upon this mk I I111 build my

\ Martin Mission Columbia, Church and the gates of hell
-- -- ---
--- ---
'" ,.. South Carolina "I was bornof shall not prevail against It.

,,'f Bishop from L/.S./ to be consecrated for Peru mission God fearing, Christian parents And I "'lI1clve thee the hers
of the .
\ related Father Carl, kingdom and whatever
"and was active In the Methodist thou shall bind on
('IIIC.\(.() (NO Bishop- 1422! ,, and ordained her In Junior Seminary In Hamilton
Church. I played the earth shall be bound In heaven
y designate :Nevtn W lla>est liMfiHe! Masmhuetti before being violin In many of the large and whatever thou shalt

r Wt! ) Carm the fir t American taught at Mount Carmrl assigned to missionary workin Protestant churches In Washington loos on earth shall be lomed
I I'eru.11I1 .
Carmelite ever named Bishop and listened to many In heaven' Man.( 18'18191.)

will I I I be consecrated .
Priests released inUilon region In southern preachers ")1, search had ended I
Augunt S in Holy Name cathe
Peru rovers H.ooo squire "Searching for a loul..tll. had found IhrMs 1 rue
dial here. Vii:\\t. AuMrla (I\t') miles of Andes Mountains tying religion I switched to hurrh.

A native of (hicago, Bl hpdettlgnate Bishop Frantisek Tomasek, with of the Baptist Church but whenIt
territory a population failed to hunger "How my heart throbbed
lUvet has been appeal my
ax| > toh< administrator of the
la charge of the minion territory about 300OIM. 'for truth I became a with gratitude and Iou whenI '

of Skuanl l, Peru, since Prague archdiocese, has negotiated Seventh Day Adventist I attended received our Eurhai IstlcU
with Czechoslovakgosernment Sevcnty-fn per cent of the rd''He
the Washington Mible >
mt. He will remain there asa
authorities for poetic art Jlur..hIUlKIPd School, a Seventh Day Adventliit t his
81 hop. He has been a missionary privileged me to
the return of Prints to the who sx-ik| Queihua:
In Peru since INI, School: for one )*ar share my gift with some 500converts
aittv ministry, according to the language/ of the 1m ai.
and did street preaching at Including my mother .
Bishop Clctus F O'Donnell. a report reaching her. Only II of the M parishesIn Fourth !Street and John Marshall and brother Thanks be

administrator of the Chicago! There are about! lOtiO his territory hale resident Place, preparing to be- to God!"

. archdiocese, w II perform the Priests In Cinhotlovakia pastors Travel Is so difficultin com a minister,
consecration The Bishop moM t of' them members of religious the area that It often takes
"On of my teacher at the
clf.iln.l.lIS born on ChIn.JO' orderswho are forbidden floe days to get from one aide Bible School .. Mrs Evelyn: Mass guide
to work 1'rleiti of the to the otherTomb
south side February 17 as territory Parker In preparing for her

daises she had occasion to
sl'NUAY, August I
consult Father (now MonslgnoD -
llh Sunday after Pentecost
f 11dt{ John K. Cartwrlght atM
Girl Scouts travel to capitalMembers e 4' t Matthew's Cathedral a ( Mass of Sunday, Gloria,
Creed, Preface of
historian of note, Thou illscuislons -

of the Girl Scbuta of Si companying the girls were Mrs. Mayo kindled her Interest MO!l n,'y, August 2

Joseph pariah in Lakeland recently Fenchel, Mr. Emil Powella Mrs. In the Catholic religion and St. Alpltonsus Mary ijuurt.I !

teturned from a trip with atop at Claude Robbins Mrs. Joseph Turk after prolonged study she (Mats of feast, Gloria, 2nd

Georgia, New York City, Washington and Mrs. Otto Skoksn. LS embraced the Faith. Tills Prayer of M, Steplirn I,
startled and shocked m*. ButIt Common Prefac >
DC. and St. Augustine Florida. Ac-
r also aroused my interest In
Lakeland' The girls! worked far ever etery where the troop placeda the Faith. (Mass of previous Sunrta
three years .le raise funds, floral tribute at the ;
ST. JOSEPH grave "I railed! on Father ( .rt. Common Prrfact i
selling cakes calendars, of UM late President Ke.. wright and told him thai I

Thirttttre Girl Scouts and sponsoring bake sales at St. IIHY. t e I sac a dyed In the.wool, thricebapdred \S FDNKSDAY.: August dSt
five leaders at the SI Jo. tt 1
Joseph Church and UM Church Itamlnlc (Ma SI of
Their! first step" in New I'rolMlifil. and !had
septa priea in Lakeland recently of the Resurrection. hostess York City was at !It. l'atrkh'sCathedral s iI' 1T 1 M Intention *f hemming a feast,, Gloria Common

retimed from a May lag at church parties and suppers where they attended i a4 Catholic but simply wanted Prefac. i iTlll'Il&lMY
Florida Georgia.WMhtogtoo s
trip through
DC ad New the Sunday afternoon ,4Y I* Tens something shout the August t
Mas The chain of the trip atholk religion.
Yen City. T* complete on* requirement Indication of Our lady of

The trip WM made poasib! for the Maria .heard, wn Ida, spent. at the 'I 1 had studied (three Proles the, Snow (lilacs of Vie
the made worMs Fair. .Mtowed by ,, r Illessed Virgin Maiv GUv
girls pilgrimagesI
throng the MBtvraUon d ft lint creed carefully and
tier William J OFarraU the Mltttoa .f Nombre dI loses OWl of the ettt I1' S tMI NationalHeadquarters IMIr. wL _. l thought It wouldn't! hurt m* via )Preface of Blared'

Hater ., !M Joseph's and Mot la St. guillne, the the, and lIMIt,..' a a.it to now something about the Virgin i irninvv

the Mother's Club winch t'nnrl"lolI..Ir, and wr Catholic Faith of which I was AugustTraniflguratlon II
at Macy's Y
National Shrine .f the Immaculate
the Girl Scout
sponsors quite Ignorant of Out lAIrd
laath St Joseph School at two +
traps tncepU "I 1 spent{ a winter Undying Jesus Chrlit I tMais of
InI... IK. and the VatksaPatHloa Bro ort trout, a Junior
endsr rather Cartwrlght feast, Gloria\ hid l'sa"r
at the Worlds Fair Girl !Scout and a ( ...1.
Without pressuring m* In the of' !Sis. Status II and .s
4..1.1..1( emf Savannah Georgia, in* Troop teUUiM ever let s slightest, rather unfolded! t the (ompanlon. Creed C'"':in
SMUOT Girl fiswols who
of th* founder of Arts
... ... birthplace history of the Mother Church mon Preface 5ghrvhD1Y t
A. a. f. :.- UAfkwi .1' another pertrcipoted M tie trip are
Girl Scouting was f Christendom/ lie brought
r."c. S...;.. stop m the' )puns Her they all gra4 .a M tIIt Jeim t out clearly the divinity of August TM.

VA 4.U7I met and talked with th* first School and Mss.. aoJaHlfli Es C irlst and then showed that Cajetaa) iMais sf a
ST. AU&USTINE registered Girl Scout Mrs School .hi Lake4a 1 d. t'Onlflwrlilt a DiUop.
lie not only revealed divine
Paiiv l.awrace a aloe of but Gloria Ind Prayer of St
truths alto founded a
the founder. Jultott Gerdae Spanish see :; : Church to transmit thou Onnatus Common Preface

Low truths to all nation,, |

tiAU\S ment Alter buikhag leurfcK aid tilt !meeUag tr \1(RIONCI'..1"" Morrfls- Archbishop of Mdnd *. a..e'.... 'Furthermore. Jesus prom SCVfHY, August I

; ? Florida Congressmen to the. ....*we..-.d a .plea t* tied| to tie with His Church 9th Sunday after Peer> 'F ..ist'Mass .

nation i capital. the girls mar then. trips. the swosbrr I always and to protect It from of Sunday Gloria
e- II low I memorable Creed Preface' of
EMOR.IAI.Jp'J1 proceeded to 1M National! *( porches r Hiss *rdMhoCM ,J ., 'S rrr are Trinity
Th mmb. wsl b*' mrrMMl ] 4:111H: : PI.I: tamp ngirl trout at P. ''II : JI' 'A' I ,
from M7 I* 31'00 M an ,. t.Of! \-r ,
t..mar Maryland where lies r ,'' 'lt : GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME
sor..d A Cvy.. ,.... w IrMt camped and rested' attempt to hlapewse th. J! ., I'r: t .
rI>.". I47.JDI
lad A.., S.. 'h. .b''Sea'' 3 An ,, 'npr.ulalld memo OIurt'h'l msaiotn to !.e so*'ssopulatsM ,11 .11.- ff, fo

rj'i!V [pa's nt trio trip was th* of a ana at 3 auUmnrattoHts .. ....., J; ? KISSIMk.4EElal.DYAl'
ST. PETERSBURG : I li ('r'> riti PiAnIDA"
< T m a' Viingum ( ftn
The lucre*** as the sum of St. Ignatius Loyola in Rome Oper.tlsg Lade. Semi Isaac end N..t

"her of panaisM k> part of apia

BRETT FUNERAL HOME for pteral a"*ion that U." to. 1 I* T*** h ljn.*'*. old. n.., -.1.d ks; .he:. .i,. or vKororor she. ,.,. <*. r

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(ill .k tr. IU4 b *>. r ewe.... l I'
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Ceae'see.1 sSi"e.;
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See Cityhistory

toldin Reports suppression of statement

drama criticizing- missioners in India

John uniform world policy to r.
By P. Corres1SCWC
1..141.4 fr.el 1 5 .1
Christendom for
News ServiceNKU vive reestablishing
both a permanent colony and
a Christian mission among ; DKLIII A leading Pakistani paper. Dawn of Western supremacy

the fierce Timucuan Indians Karachi has reports that the government of India has and is nut prompted by
motives The
led bv the mighty chief Oi'ibs. n.r suppressed a report of a committee to investigate Chrwtun tive spiritual is apparently to create

Rich m traditional 16th. missionary activities appointed by the Madhya Par Christian minority pockets

century costumes, this production desh state government last year, for being: too critical of with a view to disrupting the

staggers both the eye the activities of the American and other foreign missionaries. solidarity of the non-Christias
and the ear with its superb
societies' Mass conversions
blending of color and sound and urged that It be checked.
considerable number of
The splendor of the Old World No copy of the re|>oit. published of a
is caught in the more than 250 .x + by the Government of The committee suggestedthat Hindus, it said "is fraught

costumes seen during the India Press, ii available in the best course for she with danger" to the security of

diams The authentic music stores or referent libraries Indian churches Is to establish the state

used throughout the play was r tt'4r a "united independent Some of the observations
selected and chosen by the The report) was apparently Christian church: in India

author from the libraries and .kq r suppressed with a slew not to without being dependent on made by (the committee arts

archives of Madrid and s. d.s annoy the Americans, who foreign support It called for
constitution of
"Since the
yule are pouring In huge: quantities legally prohibiting the use of
In producing Cross and it at military hardware into medical and other professional India cams into font then.
India. has been an appreciable increase
Sword," St. Augustine is services as r direct meansof
in the American personnel
providing a valuable coireetie At the making conversionsAn
moment the Indian of the missionary organizations
to popular misconceptions government docs not consider amendment to the constitution operating in India

about the city's beginnings r itself to b. in a position to of India was also This increase is obviously

which were mainly religious IrA 1at r4 +j, save low caste citizens from recommended by the commit due to the deliberate policy

ta motivation being proselytized at the expense tee, first to clarify that the of the International Missionary

The city plans t* eonHnnt of displeasing Western right of propagation of religion Council Ian agency of the

tie drams each summer asa benefactors has been given only to World Council of Churches) to
The citizens of India, and secondly send teams to
permanent cultural attraction. state (committee, head. evangelistic
; _a ed by M B. Nijogi, recommended to provide that this right areas of special opportunities
that the missionaries does not include conversions opened to the Gospel by the

Directed b. Dr L L Zimmermss of- Throngs learn story of St. AugustineLarge whose primary object is pro- brought about by "force" constitutional provisions of

of the University Realization should be askedto fraud or other illicit means, religious freedom in some of

Florida "Cross and Sword"will crowds of plajgoers from drama, "Cross and Sword" is of 100 professional! actors take withdraw from the country Another committee, appointed the newly independent nations

rua through September Reservstions $.. many parts of the country learn given on sn open-air stags In s part in the historical! dramatization by the Madhya Pra equipped with new resources
nightly swept be obtainedby the story of St. Augustine's religious natural amphitheatre setting en written and produced especially desh state government on the for msss evangelism
may It hm also termed the same subject had observed through the press film, radII
writing P.O. Bog 1965, St. beginnings at performancesheld Anastasia Island, St. Augustine for the 400th anniversary. "large lanu," ,f foreign missionaries that "evangelization in India and television."

Augustine, Florida nightly, except Friday The Curtain rises. at 8:15 p.m A east I as "undesirable" appears t. b. a part of thePresentation

Coiversions, M said Ire

New coadjutors Ii eIt mostly brought about by in

ROME <\C) Pop Paul due Influence misrepresentation
Tl has named two locally ObituaryJohn Asks United Nations to er, Is ether words not by

bore Bishops as coadjutors convicting but by vsrions Inducements

w ith the right of succession Rastatter Hi offered for ,...*
Pope Paul appointed Bishop end forced marriages seljtlsatlon In various ferms.
ST. Al'Cil'STI\t-A: : funeral +
Teutonio Amal Ganguly
Mass of Requiem was offered .
CSC!! coadjutor to Ameri GFNF1'A; ; Switzerland (NC) A representative e>fSt. Educational facilities rich
hen on Wednesday for free of books and
as gifts education
can born Archbishop Lawrence Joan's International Alliance a Catholic women's organization .
of .
John rustatter. 74, father are offered to secure
Graner of Dares, Pakistsn Monsignor Rowan T Hastatter : has told delegates at the United Nations the
conversion of minors la
Archbishop Graner is of Miami Mr Rastatter economic and social council that something; must be done primary and secondary
from Franklin
Until now, the new Pennsylvania coadiutnr was burred beside his wife in to end the practice of forced marriages and easy divorces.In r 'a i schools under the control of

San Lorenzo C'emelerv countries said the mission. Money lending< is
has, been auxiliary to Archbishop many said "If education of the
The Priests father had ;
Graner Isabelle Arthmaid, the dowry one of the forms adopted as a
tends to her '
been ill and was hospitalised system perpetuates forced women develop mild form of pressure to induce
The also
Popt" appointed
in Miami Mr. flastatler was sense of responsibility, it ,': ,
marriages even where Ihl'Yhave ; ;; proselytization Case
Leonard D Souza .
Bishop as be :
must remembered that it .
a native of Erie: I'ennsjl ; ;-> ,
been foi bidden coercion was rportedto !
legally '
with the of
coadjutor right is with her husband tb.t'Onl'1ubion ;
succession to Dutch born sane, and a retired plaster In olher countries, men still, -at ,. ',I ,< .rl': >nl!!},' \\I.\W>',, /Jf tf., !,, \ ,> .' have been used are general

Bishop Conrad Dubbelman of contractor He died on July purchase wives and can di. adults of-a that dialogue she will between ,., "' :",( .\',;.:, ':::::.t :j\/\ / ;j'i'il: : ,:j I!'I:: ; I, .; ly of those converts who wish
':, : j '
27 :
them detUistion "" f iU'i' 'i"'j"X; f" i other members of the familyto
Jabalpur, India tp to the voice by a simple \ ;\ \ I I
assume this I responsibility ,' : '' ,
Monsignor RaMatter. form. : J\\ : : I'
before : Join their Christian parentser
present Bishop DSoiua huIl'n'ed a notary ,
of this Diocese, especially when questions relating ,
eily was rtI
"I" : to secure girls in marriage
ss coadjutor to Bishop
diocesan director of Catholic Another speaker, Mrs. dra- to family affairs or to .
Dubbelman without the rightof the education of the children
Charities litis diocesan dl.> b..r.lu\I'r"y. said on behalfof
succession. are In some placisnsed
mor( of Catholic Welfare the World Union nf Catho are concerned 'I" to servo extra religious
Bureaus in Miami and pastorof lic.: Women'I' Orgsnl/Hlluns
Daytona Beach ends It ssld. la spite of ausuraixen
St Biendan I parish in that that full civil and political
Requiem held for given by foreign and
city freedom for women ess be rations! missionaries to authorities \
NORGREN LAWN based only on education.She .
instances of Indirect
closed f.
slain Priestin
MOWER CENTER poll I I tie I al activities were
said it would be
',A"'\ wnNls. Asn QUITO (1\: (') An Independent senselets brought to the notice of the
Ala rUIII.II ..\..Ii.\. to give women a larger Sisters to staff schoolschool
Catholic newspaper Los AngelesLOS committee, the report ststed.
P.... hi.. -- ." ... Mile in the societies of some
P. sns.r1.1 u. "III....$ Av.nsNO.n .Kl: Tiempo, has been ordered ,
countries if women ice not Father Edward J, Mulligan pastor, sear Two In the
aoi1NfiAtiOMA to Mop publication after it VM.KLM: ;! NO-Pon.(: years sgo. fall.

punted s story on the antigovernment hip,al. and educated to the tifical Requiem Mass wan offered announced this week that four Sisters Father Mulligan welcomed] Rev. Daytona Beach

dcmonsti. needs of society here (July :Mi! for the of the Presentation Order will serve Mother M Leha left, from the North

lions that look! place here and "This is particularly true acting secretary to James in the Piocene of St. Augustine at his Presentation Convent in Cork, on a

in Guayaquil. Francis Cardinal McIntyre, Transfiguration parish in St Petersburg visit to Transfiguration parish With

The order was delivered Health is concernHl'II'EST who was shot and killed in the They will open t their first convent her on that visit was Sister deSalea of I Fumitur l..llGr
a'd last week to editor Carlos He chancery of the ion
Angeles *.* Cards
In the Diocese next month, In Sacred Heart Convent in Warner mf
La Toire. by Irt\eminent archdiocese
; (1\: ( ) llungailan preparation| of the opening of the Robins, Georgia. LLOYD COX
MART minister accompanied by a Catholics! are becoming Father John R Thom 32.
police inspector and a putiol who Offic Supplies
increasingly concerned was serving as secretaryto --- --- -- --

L-K.,*, .". utla man armed with bayonets oxer the health of Archbishop the Cardinal during the PRINTING Welcome Travelers Cl 2-)471

WunJ W.v. and tear gas/ the daily news, Kndie: llamvas of Kalocsa summer, received last rites Catholic chair of ltHr Prn and O'futCoMcdi1 Furnitur ,III. North leach S+r..t
piper has been critical ol irons a Priest at the chancery
75'>ear-old chairman of the Perch and brie SpocuHol;
114 North Reach Sliest Ecuador's: military!! and ** Print'n) Co.i .
headed Reardiiur gusmnmont llungaiian, Bishops' confereiue was pronounced dead on. studies; plannedat ...*., .._ Rattan Wrought Iron ......... ..
Phone 2SS.S47' by arrival at la Angeles: Receiving Aluminum ,
al Ramon Castro Jijon CL 24214 111 MagnoliaIO.lus I .4 Asisese ati
The Archbishop, HunKar: > 'sranking Hospital iJulv 2.11 Vanderbilt U. Hiahway I l-ormo"d leach 5 sees soon .

active prelate (Is Police arrested Dorothy J ..IU.MIVIC one /
"THE SWIM SHOP" PJfrt' ,, I II' slaving at a rest center for M Rresile, SS. of Usii. .\ S 11\11.I un: (: ) -- A n SS..I+alr "oCto..
P M.n.n.ne, '1 1; "*., 3 Priests in Matrus/entimie geles, who admitted the kill. Chair or Roman Catholic | sod Ar,'ttiiin Feed ".. ... .. ......

O Supplies I:=r O Equipm.nl I I 1L order, a weak heart and arlet Vanderbilt University here
Sptdllt.. --1 ;; 'Icrosi.sAuhbisliop Police said Mis Brem e l.nqw.t Fecil<* .., v." A..... Pul... .....11 '", KMI (oadjutor Bishop. Joseph. .\
:IrPh. -
.. ". .... :S-"t 1< lliiinvas was relatives them she. hat no friendsor Durlik t( \ssh\llle ss Chits' Mondays
s.n unemployed
nude Archbishop of Kalucsa pounced the project si a .1 joint
registered nurse, she was discharged SAN REMO
last I t'ntil! his
condition meeting ol Church! and and
Ormond l.6!i il improves, the businessof from a local hospitalearlier terslty erfirUI .n Jul 1$. RESTAURANT JIM'S
Diytena B Ali (the Bishops' conference this month because GOLF
( aim m.
; "
11 Hr<..rf..r 6rA( ( >h.r> Nl,>4. will be carried, on by Bishop her services were "unsatis Vanderbilt officials. said 1290 SO. RIOSEWOOD

2-)2ll 077-7217 Pal Biezamnzy, systolic admmi.strator factory Police said she had funds are bring sought to IC Dri"9.'"'"

of the archdiocese been fired from an earlier Job support the professorship on CL 2-1357 I M.ooi.tvrlGoH ._.. II a.5's." .,_ .,,u.'i .

Steaki-Chops-Seafoodt Open 11:30.: 1:30: of Fger: who" Is secie- for emotional instability' s yearly basis until a sufti ) ... I _
tare of the conference. The l landlord of Mrs Bres, rent endowment i w securedto 4s.lMgw
sie's three.room cottage!< said perpetuate the chair C- t. ", .. '" r..tE
"For Complete Beauty Care"PAT'S she often spent long! periods Bishop Duruk made the announcement A Ire Shop ,
in her cottage with the shades st a meeting st ' fw
BEACONAmbulance J H"ai..y t2 Nell so ,
BEAUTY SALONThe drawn lie called police in which heI II presented witha
9 tJ.o .......1. 4 Htll School
early July when she did not Edition
copy of the Catholic
Home of Happy Hair Service respond to his calls \\ hen po- ei the Revised !Standard \'erSMA : W..ci.hi 11.00" 11:10: M,am. ; Faces e

Ph. 2$3.4)2) sec. IOtK I Derbyshire Holly Hll 255-2406 lice came. he said, she openedthe ) of the New Testament b>' 1....... AI j tq..po..o' ... .1.6.:

door said she was all J, Philip Hyatt professor in pub Pep.'", se 400
right and told them to leave in the \anderbilt disunity "II p.ner.
H_ Appliance See'ceI.e.
h -":"'-1 "Duds For Dudes" The suspect was divorced uhool II)alt is a member of .., ...... M ---
;:;::r bv Krnett: Bressie I in !St Louts. the Standard Bible committee C.I 255.S21eN PRESCRIPTIONS FltltO
J "' 1'IH' tA L.NrI.I.IIn Nrn.r..Les....u", ... t.. Missouri, in 1412! : on a chargeof huh Is responsible for ,.. .. M ......., -. LENSES DUPLICATED
r.. ; --II. ......1... ''',ld.l. I..II,., ,.... desertion The couple has the RiiV traiMlstM first pub- M Wpms e.a .w.M "-'

"1 ".Jv I I'" ..... II'I: : : use...... I....... thief Louis area.Although sons' living in the !St fished" in 1WMutual iemeot. has CONTACt LENSES lBW. RfIFICIAL EYES

arraigned on' a been reached !between Cburth

-FOUKTH GENERATION JEWELERS SINCE 'HIT 'iaigeof murder police said and university authorities on Symbolof
Mis Rresne has refused ser the broad outlines of thus pro- SCHWALM OPTICAL

\ .,'l'I of an' attornev jl't't." said Bishop Duruk "It
Wm. A.
Ritzi & Sons will I 1 make available the MOAOWAT Cu .211) DAYTONA

R'9it; .r.J J...l.n KAY'S RESTAURANTNEWLY Catholic stance in theology Servicefor

u CL 2.2552 Am"iu" Gm! $.t,..r \\U N. lock St. and philosophy on the gratis
ENLARGED 1 REDECORATED ate school level' We thank the DAYTONA

ALA.CARTE end FULL COURSE DINNERS "."dfl bait authorities for

Pf.l.C*'.i r.m Ign ...J HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING opening thus avenue *f great. 49 Years
rain and ""iCl"1 .ithtlumiiiMin 7)4 MAIN STREET ) ILOCKS WEST OF PIER er understanding" and mutual FURNITURE X JJ

fold.do." .wnMerriion'i enrichment of spent nS.ft5r.s4.lsrap. Ise51555A1

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Awning Daytona Moving & Storage Co. Ct....", M.de D ep.s 0,5 a -.- o.,- Reran I soles, .t o.lCh"t e ties

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Every man attending; a recent Sunday Maw, Father Malcolm Mea retre t n aIn: the background art

weekend retreat at St. Leo Abbey u i Inn. CP rrtreatmaater It Broth,,. of St. Leo Abbey I

received Holy Communion at the ahown giving Holy Communion to



Scene during recent retreat at St. Leo Abbey.

Looking west through the dins ants walking on the spacious men of the Diocese have attended

I Ing hall window of the McDonald abbey ground became a familiar three-day retreats here

building of St Leo Abbey retreat- light this iumnier. Each weekend Mr

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Following morning Mass at St. Leo AbbeyFather I

Laurence Hlgglni I I of he anti his lleutenanta In retreat bull llnga cf the abbey are In this

Tampa la the man behind this Moclatlon promote attendance at view I

acene. Aa director of lay retreats the lay retreats at St. I

On vocations

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of a four part leriei In August

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prufram, produced by the +

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Attend conferences during weekend retreat at St. Leo Th* In topic August for the will fifth he "TheUltneit program

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('an Ol\c. Th. Catholie
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towns In Florida met at a recent schedule for the three days art the aairamrnta.t I 1.0& pm., EDT by the

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must be critic of theater i \I t, .,. ,

VATICAN CITY (NC) Receiving in audience a a large part of dramatic production / ,. -wart

trnupe of professional artoi m. Pope Paul VI paid tribute is marred by the! exhibition ts) y w
to their art while at the same time asking them torch of Immodest scenes ttt
understand why the Chi sometimes becomes a by a nl'lal1concept/ of
values which must
we regard
severe critic of the theater
to honest sentiments and to as fundamental and sacred
"If at times the Church it love for truth and beauty" because they !govern the true
compelled\ to raise a severe Pope Paul said. life' of man, his dignity, his

voice regarding certain performances "How great is your responmhilitv' goodness his natural and I
she does not do no "
supernatural purpose
But at the same
for lack of confidence In the
time how noble' Is vour mis
theater but deplores those "The demands of morality, stags
ion if you know how to use ws
on the can never be
who failing in their' particular i t ,
duties, place intelligenceand your Influence' on spectatorsto forgotten: or neglected. In an
educate, form and elevate "
activity such as Pope
art at the service of yours
their louIs!
Paul said."Indeed.
error impiety profit
and immorally," the Holy Pope Paul said a reminderof If this activity li
Father said, the theater's nobility and
to be faithful to Its noblest

The Church speak In such responsibility seemed "most this and most lublime tasks, it ?
argent and opportune
will exert every effort to _
cases, Tope Paul added, for .
moment, since false prinrlples
i ii
the good of souls and to "safe' bv culture make performances serve ai
Inspired a .
educational and formative instrument
guard the of .
jour profession
nil hunt higher hope
a / .
for the spirit, In addition
to deprive jour art of Its
to offering the public t4sart
"For If your performanceswere sublime mission spiritually positive I I and

in any way to hurt the "We know well by now how healthy recreation
precious sanctuary of a soul unpopular a reminder is in "Therefore, the introductionof \ _
any other merit and any many quarters of the higher moral principles in the _
other claim they had to praise demands. of the moral order field of representational art _

and success would. be paltrvindeed when aitistic merits. of a will never be a troublesome
founded on a compromise chain mortifying or impoverishing
how are. being discussed We
which conflicts with now that many producers I art Itself depriving It
the postulates of an honest. artiste and drama critics of inspiration or great aesthetic Retreatants spend weekend at St. Leo Abbey
and artistic excellence
conscience" boast that they hlfrud themes It will be a sure .

themselves from the norms support for art in its rise" to Retreatanta coming: to St Leo Abbey enduring their Atay there John Marcinak makingan announcement during one meal.
The actors and directors of of ordinary morals. And we the highest expressions, the Joy wholesome food and comfortable rooms retreat marshal us seen at the microphone Retreats have been offered each weekend
the Italian theater center also know that unfortunately Holy Father concluded.
present at the audience (July
18)) are currently staging in
Rome a performance of the Sacred Scripture
version of "The Legend of
Everyman' This famous me A
dieval morality play itself Fulfilling daily duties is a constant prayerwould

Pope Paul said, was "a demonstration
that the religious and created. the whole universe,
stay there they
Ire"rlnnrA frrn pea innri They would not enjoy the
and moral conceptions of life same keen consciousness of would represent them before would smile upon" them and
praise Him and seek His them with Ills favors
can offer' inspiration for playsof protect
vital of his
forming a part the throne of God. In solemn
Incomparable power' and (favors in a special way by people. a consciousnessheightened wherever they might be.
in the official reassurance that they woulddo
beauty taking part .
: by active participation has its
just that the officiating The Church too
liturgy of temple.Rack
rope Paul acknowledged in the liturgy hlrh lie ministers sent them on their official ministers, its Priests
the Importance efficacy and home they could still had sanctioned as the highest way with a farewell blessing whose most sacred task is to
power of the theater and said pray to Him of course but itwouldn form of public worship pray in the' name of' all the
the Church wishes It to hue 't feel quite the same But the temple clergy I They asked that God, who faithful This they do day and

"beauty dignity mission and night, both privately and pub-
glory." e, :.4"e' hclv
v Their public worship eon-
He continued: 'v ry + 1 silts chiefly of the Mass and
"In fact, the Church well the Divine Office, the various t
realizes that power with hours" of which are so distributed
,,'hll'h)1) can influence that those who pray 1'I I A
mind of the spectators affecting them are meditating the worship
so directly with your of the entire Mystical
means of expression their Body at every moment of the
senses, their. imaginations! and Z'1i "F" day and night all ever the
their impressionability Yet fare of the earth.
looking at the public which So very many of the faith. At close of retreatAt
you have before you the ful are of necessity engagedIn

Church does not see an anon 1 pursuits which occupy all\ the clone of a recent retreat at before: they. left the Abbey, The weekend .
ymous mass of persons with itl, y iy r'' their. time, all their energiesThey : Ft Leo Abbey Father Malcolm Me.
out faces hut living men sons w have to support their retrenta provide a chance for the,
of Gild and brothers in Christ. families, keep their houses Guinn ('P.., retreat master, gave a papal men to leave the usual routine and

"There are among this public clean care for their children blending to the 80 retreatanta just spend time in meditation and prayer.e.wh .

generous, hut still Inexperienced perform all the multitudinous r
youth There art iL 0 tasks required by their pressing .
fathers and mothers of families obligations, r
who expect from you '
of course, make
They can
honest' entertainment and a
the very fulfillment III those
spiritual stimulus. There art
duties a constant prayer la
our people who are still fundamentally
healthy and good I Iil action.
and whom you are in a position Rut it Is so easy to forget; r
to educate to good taste, and it Is so much more gratifying
to pray without any distraction -
to give oneself completely
Congo college to this sublime activity .

LEOPOLINILLK, Conge ir yaw s""tI soul, mind, heart and
(NC) The Bishops' conference body as one does by participating
of the province of Stan wholeheartedly in the
leyville is establishing an In. sacred liturgy
terdioresan college so that Here one prays In concert
students who fled rebel.held with all the members of

territories can continue their Time for meditation (Christ Mystical Body, as a ,.. ; '!
education child of God's family But one .

The new college will open Many men of the Piocwie have taken George: SopniM of St Andrew pariah must return to everyday :' \
in Rumba in the diocese of
tasks how
Lisala and will take high advantage of the summer months by in Orlando in utilizing; the upacioun Itl and: would be appropriatepsalm as a farewell .

school students from the duo making a retreat at St Leo Abbey grounds at the abbey for private prayer at we' prepare to

cesei of Ruta, Rondo, Dor* Turing; the retreat day, time li allowed meditation. l leave God's extra special

ma, and Niangara for meditation and spiritual reading piesence. Join in .prayer.

B C"mnJ' : from Orlando Air F>rceRase lo Abbey from the left Lynn TonLnnon .

'Faith of our Fathers' these men joined in saying the Don Arthur Tom Hemmei and
rotary during recent retreat at St Jack Grant

...., .M'. Minns MN.p MINI of too saris of Il Ms...... -
r Jecbonville win' IOSO .Ic Arrests Priest
s. ,cI.y. 12:10: P'm.

. :, 1 Sf Augustine WOr, 1240 h BONN, Germany t\n-
.; S.eieday 1 12:10:1 p."'". Aaoffter Priest has been arrested REBEL BISHOPThe
Hi cemmumst, ruled
Daytona Beach WNDI 1150 IcSaewda1 HiMgarjr. where 13 Prints
12:10: p.Ift. were scattered to Jail terms Life and Era of Augustin Verot

Melbourne WMEG no .c earlier hi July.
S.tvrcl.y, 12:05: p.",. He li ath-r Seeder Bftlwt.acr By Father Michael V. Gannon

r Tallahassee WTNT, 14SO .c r4iM: sews toJilt afenrv> GermanCatteiw KN\: Order y.wr np;.. el eels "NUw11 l .cctwet .' e.. ..4..-

S.Ourd.y 12:lOp,",. The ai.)..rW. Priest M ae .rd'i..,, ...... .+d If .... ...., CaM.xc..f Plodi; ...'"
tented as were tke IS .....
la City WCS. ,,d.y.IHO 1:10.c: p.Ift. of aMKetenuftet. activities, TK). F4erd; c.tiI-'i.. f.O. l.. 35SI. 0.4"d.. Flond.

A tree *** at th Jonwf Attila S491r
I Madison WMAF, l2:30; .c University la !S;:aged sad
Saewd.y 11:45: I."'. a m+wber ef te. liturgicalromm
.M.wi rf tie Kar and ---------l
Gainesville wovH no .c '
Fsetefge-t ardl4l rHott. Fa. THI CATHOUC
Tuesday. '.40 am,
tlw feint( n a ite4>..l of I
>f Ocala WMOI. 900 hS.turd.y Hemp man Church history O .-de.. F>a'd.I I II

12:10:1 "Ift. des sM the on Uturexal anther of reform mans arU- I "... .-: ,...... Mood I II II

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meetMU e( Xiurtrattaii Ruth
A.. ..
St. Petersburg LAPIN, eso ItS.Nda1 tft here aajminred s4 se te
1000 .Ift. beats a pew cathedral tee the I I I II
C.,. S .. T:, Cede:
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Clearwater WTAN 1340
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S.turcl.y, 12,45 p.m." jsau." Chin ,.,.1>. .. n.. Flood. c...
Vel Parker and William Brown of of the M rrtreatanta who, arrived at rathe**! ea be built m .V e- roIel,
the West Coast Lajmen'a Retreat As- Sarasota WSp1 I4SO h trek Mr MR The "......
St Leo to in
rtieipate a re _ _
sociatlon shown S.tvcI.y, tU: P" ral will, be erected as a .a- _
are registering some tn. at conducted recently
., .
-- T liU"AI t 'h"s ''' '


The Florida Catholic, Friday July SO, 1965:

Priest says South Viet Nam Regime moves Businessmen issue guide

I refugees total 350,000WASHINGTON Catholic paperin for democracy in Uruguay

(NC) Refugee. Yugoslavia MONTEVIDEO; (.NC) Uruguay business leaden
currently total South Viet Nan have agreed here that democracy li
acme 350.000. the not unrestrained Individual .
aaaiatant executive BOW, Germany NT) _
rector of Catholic dU ( license
but the freedom
Relief ,
Service to act
responsibly for
National CathoUa The Yugoslav government .. .-
I Welfare Conference told a Senate me good or often
White!) refugees his transferred control over uali and the state. There
along the
coast are !in general "toler- The Christian Association must be
ably well cared for," laid the only regular Catholic responsible conab-!
those in the interior Monsignor John r. McCarty t' periodical In Slovenian from of Business Leaden issued a oration of all men if there li
___.__ .. .. of the country "ne-td helft hal4l?," J : 4 the document suggesting that the to be order Improvement and
6'100511Dor \ ; -- Slovenian Bishop In RlJeka progress."
fled recently (Flume) to the Slovenian solution to Uruguiy'i economic The
Senate opera- crisis lay !in better Uruguayan businessmen
Catholic a
Bishops as
a called
1 for the eitsbllitv"
ugees and .. art thou! it u. reported here.KN'A understanding of the meaning meat of a "new society' to
hearing on the la of democracy correct the .
lem la Vietnam.He the German Catholic
at the The country needs a newrule difficulties,
among which
laid the news agency, laid that the
Inde- of conduct, according to they mentioned the lack of
supplied by the of _14- had publication orflrof Druzlna the document but this does technical skills un.mploy.m.nt. *
also been transferred
mete ministry of men the by not mean "to withdraw, discredit the high cost of social
government religious affairs
the! United
.. or deny democracy. security and
a bankrupt
office from the town of nations
mission- II I
cal" refugees, Copero to the Slovenian state "Since democracy Is .sens-! treasury.
have fled he said r capital at Ljubljana the to freedom, It mud be To help solve these pro.
alth / even more sensitive to theresponsibility lems the businessmen pro'posed
escape About the M Viet the It said the action wn a relallatlftB which guarantees the integration of management .
per Forces against the policies" freedom Democracy requires into "a central body
total are In ef Bishop Janei Jenk. apostolic a rule of conduct in of management eo It din a.tlon *
while the administrator ef the which everyone has a duty, ." The new body would
are spread Re flotenlan sector t( the dlo- This is the starting point to not concern Itself primarilywith
rest of the sated ceie ef RIJ.b.KNA assure the rights and ".U. individual business Interests .

interior.heavy effort slid !that therein the being of all," said the bus but would be chargedwith

Monsignor Work with government had approved the inessmen. "guiding a policy .f national
.. ceramics at San Pedro ,"
that Catholic printing of MOOO copies efDruzlna. Democracy li lint simply

began Us proper given, During the summer eunplng aeaiona land to campers, from the left seated, Bishop Jenko had "delegating aetherlly. la establishment Another proposal of li"bustneucouncils" for the
Vietnam in 19M conducted' around the Diocese had 100,000, copies printed la constitutional ergsnliallnni,"
Robbie .
to Degrnan Diana
Young and to assure
making the transfer, however eentlneed the statement."Responsibility cooperation
year days are filled with !
of plenty of
from North for activity Mary Hems; standing Rita Iclano, the government Increased between managementand
South the younptere. Handicraft are Pit XfcDonough and Katy Larkin, the permissible num must hegiven labor. The councils wouldbe
Currently the taught at Camp San Pedro In Malt her ef copies from 00,000 to te Intermediate groups th.rlfd1th developing
nf fltlrtni h..tMn... .. InrlHMMerallT ._.. "lIfItlN'tUVI 8I1ttl Iff ),,,..
listing 494,000 .. ...... .
---r ,......... q. ........ .v, .IU, -" ; ;
South Viet 1e F Incas, and lth-i1ni-a
"fa..... 't' >R ei) IT, '...nl. for others"
The business leaden chided
Me said the the government for tti fstlure
elbillty for aiding to create organisations to
refugees IIn give the citizens of Uruguay
the U. 8. in opportunity for more self
which li doing direction, assumption of responsibility
dour Job against 1IW and freedom of
Among urgent J ? opinion
coastal refugees The statement concluded
school 'k -LI-n 'I L LYCampers with an exhortation to aeek
fa Ult1... will, IL: i a new economy which "will
geney orphln. ? 4 contribute to dialogue, Cfirdlnation.
NCWC ls r the shunning of mistrust
in providing th. 1 w_ Ir >' snd uncertainty, and
If it cm get hlch win promote faith in
; "i
HANOS"r \ \ .\ the constructive power of
Iihor The good ef the people
o R always ready to eat must be more than just a political .
4ti slogan" It said
)fra. Steven Oracko has an ever for I good dinner )l,... Oncko and

ready line for meal times at Camp Ban Jim Higgins fill the plates of wun.elort ORLANDOWINTER
Pedro In Maltland. Busy days make Louie fllaia ef Chicago and

! i eamperi and counselor _alike anxloua Mike Robinson ef Maltland. .: _' PARK"S.y

DRUG 0 New films
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and atfoleieritli NoTR': Kuch a etaisificalion ('endrmsedR111ROLt Or ...., 1.111 ail sr.i.IM.
.im jraaall+ '.4..ar T.wrt t71 -- art +- '..rMA r.KK.iT: sioi'X is given to certain filmswhich : lull ashs.s Music 1..51151vID1TKFNf
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nrvRvcK or caution tad
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to. be "reecued" la Maitland ire about 30 irinde late IF'GN RUtfJ AOMMIT flan 14 the uninformed against
''i ; ,,. arrive. John la rolling Una one In. TIIK WRU) (Para ) wrong Interpretation aid I II.

Inn.. and-Modify Barbara- costume r SKULl TIIK (Para) false foBclutlons.

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W. Mad the arme-ieees are tailored
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lad tM Jludpl'I baa a aarrower .
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Ten' The Florida Catholic, Friday, July SO, 1965

.. .

Monumental cross in Spain holds 1 ; Ae

interest for St. Auqustine Priests .w t

'U..ntlHB.4 fr.m ,... ...> on the edges of this base are The decorative wroughtIron
the four Evangelists each screen at the entrance to
Augustine quadri
figure being the height of an the nave the two huge watch. 1t
centennial cross is in the process average six-story house. The ing archangels, the magnificent

of being erected in ancient cross soars to a height of 487 16th century tapestries

St. Augustine is the feet above its base and stands depicting scenes from the

holy Cross of the Valley of 975 feet above the entrance to Apocalyse the rich mosaics r f 4f
the Fallen. the crypt church. rendering the great dome a 4
blaze of color, all combine to
Standing ai Spain't beaconof built from
The cross was
make the of
crypt a thing
Faith, 'he monumental like chimney .
within, a factory
beauty and of light rather
cross has great symbolic sig a lift being installed with.in darkness would
than of as one 1P.r
nificance while the elegance the cross to elevate the .
m its outline against the sky huge stones The arms of the expect.

and its huge dimensions proportioned cross measure 210 feet in
Center of
strictly to the size length and are wide enough:

of the mountain combine to Inside for two cars to pass Social StudiesAs ,
: .
give the cross a rare aesthetic each other. x46'
value. an integral part of the Av'a
foundation of the Valley of :
The :
cryptThe .i
The fantastic proportions of
the Fallen, a center of social ; .
the surrounding cone shaped total length of the studies was established by N. '1"" ,,,,,"', !. ".. w -
crags must be kept In mind crypt hewn out of the hard General Franco for the promotion
before one can begin to visualize based Good Counsel Camp host to seminariansSeminarians
rock is 851 feet while the peace upon
the Incredible dimensions
height is 133 feet Christian social justice.
of the monument itself. maximum of the Diocese of St. Augustine before and had a full day of meditation and their Mas*. Standing at the side of the Arch
The best artists of Spain and Both the beauty and size of
The base of the cross aloneis Europe were called upon to the monument are complemented held their annual day of recollection at recreation. Immediately after the Mass at bishop is Monalgnor! George W. Cummings, I

81 feet high and standing decorate the huge interior. by a series of granite Good Counsel Camp near Floral City and Inverness 9 a.m., they posed for a picture with Arch camp director At the far left is Father Eugene

buildings which include not on July 24. They arrived the evening bishop Joseph P. Hurley who celebrated C. Kohls.

only the center of social studies
Dangers mount in Sudan but also a monastery for

the Benedictine monks who people so patently exempli- War who He buried beneath.

are in charge of the crypt. field by every detail of this Cordiality marks event in
against Catholic Church church, a novitiate, a library architectural and artistic But the cross la much more
than tombstone it is a
and a hostel. a ;
II:........ 'r.. ,... ...1 stoning by the Moslem mob. One cannot leave t h I I. masterpiece. lighthouse of faith, the great

the city Without warning, It ended only when the police unique monument without The great cross stands commandingly outstretched arms of which See City for Irish clergyJ.

troops opened fire on their announced they had found no being deeply impressed by like a giant tombstone embrace all Spaniards with
car. guns except one licensed shotgun the religious faith and singular over the 40,000 soldiers out distinction in the unity of

The Bishop and Priests character of the Spanish from both sides of the Civil Faith and nationhood. Ir........ Ms .... ...I Corkery, librarian, May. his third trip to Florida and

.. .. nooth College, Ireland referred that each time he found It
of the Diocese of St. Augustine
managed to get out of the t '"ikv '' .JI" !
F 'JT Q' : "\-\1.;\/, J ,, 1< to the ever courteousand more beneficial and stimulating -
car and slip into the bush, &C. i : ,, 11,. ; ; 1t'" "' 'W..;fJ'i'f" during the summer
,:, .4. ''. + ", -, disposition of the and Father Edward Mo-
; : .t Mortimer sunny
months Monsignor
creeping through swamps, ,. ,,, ... .. .
muddy water and thorns Although 'r,;orv .;; Danaher, in the capacity of Priests of Florida despite Donough Oswry, corroborated
the soldiers continued matter of ceremonies., referred their many calls of duty, He with all the previous
;: to the importance of wondered if the sunshine of Priests and referred to the
shooting at them, they escaped -
Florida had something to do help which their visit
with no Injuries apart the gathering, as signified by gave
from scratches the Archbishop' presence' as with It.Whatenr. particularly to the professors
well William J, of the Irish seminarians la
The as Monsignor the he wi
same day, a young cause,
preparing students for the
Sudanese Priest preventedthe Mullally P.A., and Monsignor sure from his ews experiences \
work of the Priesthood in the
John P. McNulty V.G.
destruction of his churchin the Irish Priests will be
On behalf of the Priest of Diocese of St. Augustine.
Juba by standing directly returning home not merely
in front of a tank cannon as .5 dw St. Augustine, Monsignor Patrick physically but spiritually refreshed .

soldiers were preparing to YeeJf J. Trainor extended a by their stay I* Florida. \ Catholics suffer
hearty welcome to the Irish ,
open fire. Earlier that day
Father Sylvester had another 4 > Priests to the Diocese and from air raidsin
narrow when troops I t r'4 said how glad he was to be Father Corkery was followed -
escape there with them. On behalf of by Father E. Dow ling
shot at his church with small
arms. the visiting! Priests, Father of Carlow, who said this was Viet Nam war

Churches elsewhere In the UC.OV (SC) Catholics
warns against have fallen victim to both air
south were not to fortunate, ,
refugees reported. raids and Viet Cong reprisalsin

In June, following an attack compromise to gain unity several. dioceses of VietNam

on government troopsIn In Phu rleng in the diocese

Detwok by southern rebels, AVLKSrORD: England (NC-John Cardinal Hern- of Dilit, the aged parish

reinforcements entered the an of Westminister ha atrongly criticized Catholic Priest and about lit of his

town, burned it and shot an whom he sees trying promote) Christian reunion by parishioners were killed In a
unknown number of civilians. doctrine. recent air raid. A number of
They also entered the church, compromising on uttering data the Faith" he Catholic were also reported
The ranking English prelate
commented "This I la a monstrous
seriously wounded its care- killed in air raids at Phong
said that in these ecu-
taker, Higino Haywok, and menlcal I I days" Christianswere and untrue doctrine"Cardinal' Dien in the diocese of Cantho.

took away its furnishings drawing more closely ileentit mid his Witnesses report that el..

Churches In Lul and Tonga Diocesan Priests visit Spain's Valley of the Fallen together and discovering the remarks at a rededication of mend flf Met Cenl have
-like Detwok in Upper Nile things that united them. the Carmelite friary church tenged themselm by pillaging

province were also lootedin here, an event that brought .
June The church In Lul This Spanish national monument was dug out of the mountain for a da visitors viewed the monument 'But, among those w h. 15,000 pilgrims from all o'erthe .r destroying IN the religion plateau establishments

was badly damaged. of the Holy Cross in the Valley of grandiose monument to the Span. during their sojourn in Spain. In work for Christian unity are world. Aylesford was region of Ceotral net Nam.Father .

In Equatorta province, the the Fallen, 38 miles from Madrid, lards who died in the Spanish Civil mid-July the delegation from St. to be found tertaln Catholic founded by St Simon Stock lath

church in Kapoeta was looted was visited\ recently by three War of the 1930s, The series of Augustine presented a gold rae who Imagine that the way to 13th century Francis Nguyen

and destroyed as was the Priests of the Diocese of St. granite buildings in the valley include dalion to GneraliRlmo Francisco arhle\e Christian unity Is by "It Is quite untrue to suggest Ling Viet, parish Priest (If

church in Nagishot.Refngeei Augustine The gigantic cross a Center of Social Studies, a Franco to stress the mutual ties of that we shall win back Phong Dien reported to Bishop

said other rises 975 feet above the entrance library, a hostel, a novitiate and a Spain and Florida during the 400th Pope holds first 1 Protestants to a Catholic allegiance Jacques Nguyen a 10.Qu.n .
churches and Church properties by denying either of Cantho on the damage -
of the crypt church. The church Benedictine monastery The Flori of St. .
in addition anniversary Augustine.Cross of don end the people
were destroyed .. ... the Mass or the glories
t. the burning of seminaries audience at villallgious Mary," the Cardinal said killed or wounded In bar parish
By:-u--J "On the contrary to this on June I. Th* church

On May 21 the minor seminary 1 ? II..$'..'" r... .... ...1 shrine many of our separated presbytery, con\ent school
in Porkel. was burntto tfE experience of drawing brethren come, and they and grin stores of the parish

,the ground. The major ;Y' t closer to God and of seeing share "ith us a deep love for were completely dettn)ed.

seminary m Tore was set on a,, Him in the person of the vicar the mother of God because When bomb caused the

fire and partly destroyed ti of Christ on earth, the Pope they ice as we so clearly see, presb>tery to collapse. the

after all Its furniture was "Thus we hope that the that It is ImpMsibie to Jw'* Priest reported, 11J person
stolen. Seminarians escaped hate the Son if w. Ignore the taking shelter there were
audience mar a religious
front Tore under fire and ft talue 'We deilre that mother," he 'f'1"If'd. killed Three more died on

made their way after a ter.' hi t /It after II opportunity ofeellng The English Carmelite returned the way to the hospital <>f

week's march to Faradje hi and finding God to Ayletford in W9. those killed 78 were under 11

the Congo The Okaru seminary Tao years liter the remainsof years of age Fifteen of them

was attacked at the t "we hope that it takes its St Simon Stork were had made their First Holy

end of June. i place amid the noisy and distracting brought here from Bordeaux, Comimmmi that morning
circumstances of France They are now en- Of the Catholic families lath
When they heard of these shrilled in 40 of them bane
your travels, amid your worrles a golden casket p'Nh.
attacks and the attempt to f Y ir and amid jour. external mounted in a tan rtlaqul" had their home completely

shoot Bishop Dud, students at problems ss a joyous beyond the main altar Th* destroyed. and nearly all

Kit seminary decided to fleeto spiritual moment" reliquary is fret'st.ndn: In have suffered *t l least torn
Uganda, where they ar J. Pop Paul addressed a few the medieval fashion to allow property damage the Priesttote

rived on July IS. With the .' ti, special remarks to a group pilgrims to walk! around it, .
abandonment of Kit, no Cathollc -
et Priest who work with the
seminary remains epen Christian Association of
to the !Sudan. ofy

Attacks on the Church have 1 told them they could best give

spread from the south to the example of the value of religion

north On July I 8 police Figures six stories highThe by deeds rather than p 'ItHUGH
searched the church in El .j words.
"It I I. a matter of giving
Odeid. alter which it
was best artists of Spain and other part titEu."Opt
witness to the world of labor
toned and damaged by a their talents to the adornment of i
mob. Police gave not to much verbal but rathera INC.
said their EDWARDS
search the monument of the Holy Cross of the Valley of living witness of the tin-
was "for arms hidden ia the :
church." the Fallen, a few mile from Madrid. On the edge cere interest of the Church (I jrrr' rro BLOCK mow

False rumors that the of the base of the cross are huge group of sculptured for the working classes. It I.a Is IT. riTIUCKTI MRlftH Arts tCHOObJ

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