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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: August 6, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Uganda (NC) Sudanese troops killeda %'OL. \:\\'1, :No. 40 Orlando Florida, Friday August 8, 15 10dr' obey says Pope

Sudanese Priest and an unreported number of laymen ,

in the church in Wau in the southern Sudan.

The Priest victim ii Father Arkanjelo Alt 45: last

Priest left to serve the 50,000 Catholics of the Rumbek CASThIX5AMMl.lt! : > (XC-Rtumlnr) to a favorite ted to doubt their authority

Ipoatolicieariate.. theme of recent month, Pope Paul VI has called for and as It deference to the
a group of rebels passed by greater docility and humility in accepting the doctrineand will of the Council could be
The killings were part of and the Sudanese army pun discipline of the Church limited to those things whichdo
the civil tar now raging between suing the rebels opened fire not demand any adaptation
He condemned the of "radical reformism"
the government of those spirit aa
All near the churchwere of one's own mentality,
Sudan dominated by the killed including the well aa the conservative hesitancy to accept new things but which, merely confirm

Arabic speaking Moslems Priest." The paper also alleged the Ecumenical Council has proponed ones viewpoint"

from the northern part of the that "some shots from Speaking to those at a public audience at his summer .

country who comprise about inside the church were directed residence (July 28)), Pone Paul said it Is necessary "There la not sufficient too"
two thtrds of the natron's slderatlon given to the fact,
at the army. to maintain a state of
it raises and the Pope Paul said "that 'rhea
population and the :Negro 4i "apiritual if the controversyit
peoples of the south who" art Father All was the first vigilance" generates to arouse In the teaching Church speaks'
predominantly pagan but include Priest of the :Ndogo tribe Council la to achieve Its themselves and In others the officially, all must become

purpose.The spirit of and radical disciples"
about 400,000 Catholic. disquiet
After the expulsion of all
defined this state
Pope reformism, both In doctrine
The northerners, who are missionaries from southern Pope! Paul confided that. the
of mind that is "
as one and discipline, he said. add
trying to Impose Islam on the Sudan in 1964 he was arrested cautious, Informed, trustful Council was casing. him
south in what they cal the interests and Jailed for about 40 days humble, and that has the ing "great I'on\'n and anxious

of national unity, base although no charges were ability to rejoice in the new "\1 If the Council were the solicitude" because of the
blamed 'imperialists" and made against him occasion and Important subjects
things!: the Council may bring epportun te ques- many
missionaries for southern resistance He became the list PriestIn "'t would not characterize Una dogma, and laws which to be covered "as well as the
Last year they expelled the Rumbek see when its Pope greets crowd at summer home at equally In harmony with the Church has Inscribed en fact that with the coming session

all Christian missioners other six Sudanese Priests the spirituality of the Connril the tablets af Its fidelity t. the Count officially will
from southern Sudan. fled after government troops Pope Paul VI greets people waiting gandolfo after' one of his \\eJnesday the attitude of those who ChrUt the Lords! if the come to an end" and b".u .

The Killing of Father All had attacked their churches outside the audience hall at CaateU audience. tike occasion of the problems Council had glvea aulhnrUa. of the Immense task of following
lion le every Indh IduI1'1 up the Council
climated a series of Incidents
la which since May, scribers v'c 4Narrr judgment la deipoll the patrimony The Ecumenical/ Count, ha

troops looted and damaged at of the Church of allIrqu'lllll"n. )bald Is not the exclusive concern .

least lie Catholic churches, Its long hMory of the Pope! and the

shot at Bishop Ireneua Dad and proves experience have Bishops, "It must concern
for Wiu and burned emit ghee It" la she course el centuries the entire people( of God, the
aries. entire Chunh-In a very different

3 } r Pope Paul continued"Perhaps way, as you well know
Sudanese Catholic refugeesin r ( uw hut with, a communion of
3 y 1. they would like'
ganda! say the attacks on lentiments and .I tilth.
the Church to become an Infant
the Church on the pretext of solidarity of practical attr
Jesus
again, forgetting
fighting! rebels Is part of theJofrnmnt' lutes,
has likened the kingdom of
: plan to destroythe 'He<'su e the community
heaven 'lo a tiny seed that
Negro elite of the south as of the faithful Is receptive of
s must grow and become a
a step toward Arabizing and truths of the Faith, becausethe
burgeoning/ tree, and that He
Islamiziog the area teaching office of the
foretold the development
Father All was killed o, .h: Church-Ihe custodian and Interpreter
!;w c through the work of the Holy
July 23, according to the Julys Spirit of the doctrine He had of dlv revelation
: issue of the daily AI I A'lmor taught proposes the*. truths, and
Khartoum the Sudanese because the community of the
capital According to thenfw'papt'r. 'Perhaps they would preferthat faithful then becomes the cus-

Father AU was to N authentic the true Indian. and witness of these

chatting with parishioners: "hurih must be content with same 'truths, there. Is pro-

near the Wau church ""h.. what they define aa esnentlalIn lured In the souls of good
other _words nit Church sons and daughters of the

must be reduced to a skeleton Church a state of expectation' ,
Blessings to Spain T-3.x only, and It must remount Id of suspension of Judgment, of
role at a living body growingand
openness, and a<'live fervor on/
('ASTtUDOI'O: (\C) operative, not only hypothetical ( whkh depend to a great ex
Pope Paul VI has sent a ,or (Ideallifd/ but real tent the fruit of the Council.
telegram to Fernando Cardinal and human. in-th.f"livinf as.
fr/ ,.. .. tin 'It Is this spiritual' sitU
"
Quiroga ) Palscios of perieme of history tude which those _hi

Santiago, Spain, convevlng Pursue summer study at Catholic University in Washington Pope Paul said those reluctant lane a re ix>mible voice In/
his blessing on !Spain iti pro- to accept! the change the Count and those who

pie, leaders and upon all taking Graduate education of a number of Pu i"IU the lift, Father Jaime Lara Father Miguel Vutoilo Agucra, Katrn-r, Ruhan! J, Rovtlra decreed by the Ecumenical: must listen\ to suit voices and

part In the holy year celebrations of the Diocese of St. Augustine la going onto {Garcia Father Carl K Forthofer. Father, the Rev Mr. Walter K. Miller, Father James Council are also false Inter make"' them/ their, own
at Santiago several institutions of learning Summer Thomas J, Caulfirld. Father Patrick A. Allen Foynra, Father Timothy Allman Father pi'tiers of orthodosy offer to the happy! outs-note of
"
school at Catholic University of America In Quinn and Father Manuel Covtn-: standing, James G Clotty and Father Michael These people, h. said. are the (0111"11

Msgr. Corcoran Washington DC. enrolled from the ()Jor,-... Father Daniel H logan, Father Martin )d, Haniahan. susplilnus of the Council deliberations Pnpe, Paul ended with a
for for the
and accept onh plea ptayeii
of St. Auguntine the following: abated, from Flynn Father Law,..",.. P P.fdmcJnd. FatherAugtustnt'a those things they Judge to he tountili sucten "a pr.>

gets Charities'conference -'-- - --- -__ O' valid, 'as It il were' permit ions collaboration w h i II' hen
h of the faithful ran

post L'Osservatore: Archbishops offer
Pope prays protestacts
HVSIIINGTOV (NO-Mon- On weddingsw

signor Lawrence J, Corcoran, Sudan holds massacre'VATICAN of ,
director of the Catholic Mel- 'pitiless that world/ / oppression w. \''''have ben\ (NCI authorired) t j s.Ilishope .

fare Bureau of Columbus
,
Ohio baa been named secretary ( ITV (NC) hoes and noted. that Bishop. Mia. "... kills.* flared at k \MI-\I.\, I gaii'la (INC) Two African prelates. by the "Hacre l ('ongreiatmnof "

of( the :National Confer -The "prtile** IMMIcr Ireaeus Dud view apostolic the NAIl taajten aftwet la- finds peace have protested to the Sudanese government agalnat rev ( the Holy Ofli. to pond

ewe of Cathette Charities of over lOHO people 1st the of Was, had bee. abed at ososM I......" rent shootings by Hudanr army tr'o|" In the Southern celebration of f Mans at mined,'
.headquarters hereMnasiffnor C,1tTlhfLl: !Nd.n. inafiaaea and allow a nnnister -
; llU I.
Corcoran southern Sudan by k. The paper espeesed Its C'I- S intent dominated by ..,II- of a nuat'athirlu', pu' ,rrU

Bisbop-deeifaale succeeds Raymond dsnese army forrea .had. "asgiritk". etrr the sKaalwaand ... \ M), Italy' (4N('J), Pope" Paul There hie in has many tIf'4OIIltf.vy rows of lossof unarmed era, Arable-speak' lug I..- bless newlyweds| it. tort> \?
,eked Ihe hope. that that the Arela aa .mmftI VI again has #.!M for home after the atlmln. -n'''elaetruiliMi
J Gallagher, who, recently cites that the predoeninaatly ap) and ..harmless. punple, l.ma-IIt" the .Nfr. peuplesf
might IMo restored te lattfj lilt oouiHry BaderAab ta Ilmhopi, ,, ,s's:
was named Rtshap of pace world peace In a talk from aad in some taws we are Informed the loutk.
1 Arab gmerwneat in ..." iMaarshy kind to art ode'i'- "
Lafa ette, and has been secretary ,hi. Urmealed rr* who took the minister may '
>
people
.
of the NCCC atace !Sep Khartown "has drtensUaad rid at all la. educated pwN refuge in
tasnlerl. to iMpiidat UM dme of 'In Kampala. I'gaado. the Botaafaal. Nadirs .... trap home here. hurt-he case mosques killed without as a CMrtiaualMM nf tHllh' .teens. sad lead "II"I"iI it
t'fuade. Catholic Inform..... .. Arab punt af view pole* 'I it
.
lo farre prayer for hapimient
Aftaouncemeat of !the the letter attempt
\ appointment Negro south for lf- Deface reclUnf the tsar I provoratlaa said a to
News HulMia commented 1 1 I'I trouble makers w a a Islam us the "...titU Chris there ahoukl he no reii.hd.innf r, "
was made b Bi.hop rule, L'Owr- the Prime Minuter '"f Hudaa
according to iJuh, Z3 1. that 1 while the Sudaneie would sat accept the ..*.- nouns prayers (August 1)), flu miMfcMvarles were II marriage promises sale'.
John J Carberr, of Cotunlbus Iron Archbishop" Joseph hiwanuka
and Coadjutor BuSop Lea Tat ore Romano. government at Khartoum ".I"nJahA"of (he Arab the !*.(.. eapres eNi sadness Iff ftuhaga ami Ante polled from the Sudan last the 'r.mHll Is alieartyal, -
minted thai, It .. That Ik Arab wanted lo eit ,
Th. lateen t
Cats dais in a idly ministered
C of Muhita Kansas: tU of I yes
Byrne that world la still (Minuet Leslie Br" a fan
front pac' account 'Jult 10. ope'atmf. against "uila > r m i a a to the eddy atod
honor a rv president of the threatened by various. eon da s."..."......,.v..w.s ...v',sssssvsaweaass..vnsaai
Nrcr! : Th. C'"rr'tf1II the of the government oppressionm the eider how t ut tt"Ih"fYIf'rt hat teen proved
chief COOt t.aatng limo for the southern Sudaa, riled f.p*' a< "n* rt" i'h"nrrs 'with the lilt flirts and paid: The letter npetifkaly pole Diocese of St Augustine
attacks by go: ,eis">*nt f>.*,'es Ire A > tf 'afie tit iw' i4.| I' 'led or ted Ihe attempted .ikimllsgI
MST.R, hack SI I* on U Catb :.c ir.Jt.a ata. a< ig b fie ors t aCrs-J'rd U be k '':.ed Today we pray etpsrlalltfor m',h*p Ir,..... l lied. ,It.,
those who seek peace lAd a.I..... .1 Ha, and 'IkeUrrrd St. Augustine, Florida
ala are corking by mane a( etaenalka. .. *f mt

negotiafwaa and other efforts ..,1... became of |it. August : 1fHU
to restore It and. defead H lnwr.ntrla, chink they
from the dangers that eon (mud kemete| ," Liar Reverend Father:

promise It And 'we pray far r...... b* a.triaHi that the Annual Collerttoi
the victims of recent and It did lOt spar if M ally nae.
paetf
.. .hting" tun the rarest billing af the far ow Iwllan anal Negro MlnatMa has beenhe4M
r lIt Priest .la UM ...ast eiapodelir { far ftwrriay. Avguat UHh. Annminca

3 the During balcony his. appearance the Papa. ar ell vir rit-e. slaai mast la U be made on the previous Bunday.TKe ,
number af lafriMt
with layman
I a
knowlMiged the pre.eate af ef his hurra<<' Hi "lit *. MuMions. are as rmath a part of our

Mayor Frank Lamb. af KChester The Ar .hbuhaa .,....ed perish' ftMlgatiAfi aa the pariah M eif. Indeed, all

New York,, and II M IM gmeriMtMSt M a of the prier. mfamioaa of nor cowairy. and of the
fellow townsmen wha as
Europe escbangng /ate'twa'chits member at Use t'asM: Na worW. t Wing. to a> /JIIIr pan S.. in the bond ,>fOuist's
Horns whtrk .ha arsenal Ih
'with the Cal charity
( of
.
pe fin healer) of Hm.i ........
taitMtetta, Italy| Reuses to atad that dwrtara4waMd In ewe day, there. 'la a ......M flowering" "(

France aad WaerttMrg, Oar In '"....., hU> Nye. eWT a... dee sad new. awtllorls. Mi tK a|.Mt'ilatf,

BianyKs rile at basic .humaa ricMa. Usr Master, Tike two fissMasaantafcs. which ii'" .1 '

Paul said k. sated MI M .< the sighs Of ....> MSdiv eha.. are the need of mMattaary seal ai>'i "I'.

Y !. spraa a spertal' wad .( in l etrwM .. IW RMhe.Urdelrg sthni' m.aa..... "

..'' and s4dd: It also asked ..... to arrange I aai aaa>ftd+iH that yon and your etd.|. will'

for an aveattgafite make a ebataatial aa rtfiaa ta favor of leas' Indaan
'Cross and Sword' dramatizes founding We Uua your via* to yaws .
+tetutsea has lean ,'mm.... from the OrfaatMtm and. Negro S.t1Jl.. .'.
asaatfnarttal fw Miss I farty toa
Ea.'i r ght! ei:.. t Fnd" t city 400 vein ag T :* F. 'ure : re'' gill begiaaiagsfnj aid .we are raaHdaa* ..i*( rhe taveramaal 'lafwdiitf Gt4 bless yJ. sad your parlaaJtswsDevoUdiy.. .

some 1'jQ: (.''''''''''''fI., artorspreaent ahnee the rr"M" n m.ri of "a the 'I'ro< and ffword. frfonaaaaea thou 'sail to audtetMwa fas ft left us the A .. < .alaa. _.e ewttuesl sad sfsrttMl yaws In ChristJiMrph
AnftaUft Hombre d. Dma at r a etMae was *'iu 11III tt MM araal >

Paul GrMa'c.oa.. sad hails of U4 first act ., the that IsWO pefsoes tad aJrea4yatuaded eadtaafe saaat .b.sodirulN l.as ",f the Ioo,"> P. HurleyArchfeuhop
tf. pellet of ,.... eMiM
Sword a pcUcukr 4naaa wnt- draau Urge crowd af playgoers tte show We art >.. to I.oi aw n. ........ M pert .f Iho lit W AuguatinaI
tea and produeH ess e alry tac&CJDemorate from INn paru of the warm greetnifs ''n real pie. emit fir se. rCM| is l the Bishop

the fotsadtBg el UM eooatry luna the Steel of St. ,i.. a. aw t solid kits. hod..a ....... (1M gems 1"11 1'" '" ,n" \ \\ "" \\ 111.V14 .







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( Florida ReportsMaltland 1 LEOPOLDMLLE, The Con."

go (NO) The shortage. <

qualified teachers has so

Home for the Aged have been Tampa ously threatened the future ,,'

announced bv Mrs Robert 0 Catholic secondary school .
ST. MARY MAGDALEN ST. JOSEPHThe
..
McGill president They are the Congo, according to
St Marv Magdalen Catholic Salesian Sisters and 1 1M 1r Father
Women's Guild met in the Miss Irene Scanlon civil de. of St. Joseph Martin Ekwa S.J din

rrw school where Father \U1 Tense, Mrs. Jack Morgan, parishioners have tor of the office of Cath, .,:
Tampa, expressed
historian ; Mrs. John W parish education here.
liam Stahler .
presented a pro- regret at the departure
Cav en, hospitality I I Mrs.
gram( on the new liturgy. Mrs. and of the Rev. Sister Ange Father Fkwa said Jifl
Joseph Morrow program
\villiam\ Brennan was chair. social; Mrs. Clarence \M1 lina Sister Angelina has been European: lay teachers art
man of the social hour. Mrs. superior of St. Joseph for needed for the coming term If
)Hams
parliamentarian;
On Sunday August 1. the
six jeariHELP the schools are to maintain
Ivan J, Korson, publicity, s
held house at
parish an
open level I of
Mrs. Leo Bowles citizens proper teaching

the new convent from 2 to 4 senior OF CHRISTIANSThe

p.m. The convent Is locatedat ; Mn Arthur F. Ziegler and, Ladies AuxiliaryMama Ladies Auxiliary of St. John parish installs officers Since 1960. he said the

1641 East Horatio Street, spiritual development; ( Margaret Guild) of growth In the teaching fan a

Maitland Parishioners< were Mrs. Charles F. Alvarez, telephone the Mary Help of Christians Following a recent Installation )liam Soleau, representing Miss tor; Mrs. Robert L. Vales, retiring has failed to keep pace w'.*",

asked to bring food items that School is having their annual ceremony, new officers of the St. Irene Casco, first vice-president; president: Father Christopher Kelly /. classroom construction makIng

ran be put in the pantry, Parish representatives are rummage sale on August 27 John parish Ladies Auxiliary of Mrs Albert Pityo Jr., president; parish Priest; and Mrs. E J. it necessary to hire unqualified .
freezer in Mrs Conrad Williams, As. 8241 Nebraska teachers.
or refrigerator or and 28 at
St. Petersburg Beach were fetedat Father John Bolger, speaker; Mrs. Tavlin installing officer.
the sumption; Mrs. Dominic I I from Another
der that Sisters will arrive Avenue, Tampa, across problem aral.rc..
to find a completely Rabottine, Blessed Trinity the Tampa Dog Racing a luncheon at the Desert Ranch Robert Bosco, luncheon chairman; from the teacher short a gr

stocked kitchen. Mrs Joseph Partain, Christ Track restaurant: from left, Mrs. Wil Monsignor Patrick Trainor pas- said the Congolese Priest .'

Knights: of Columbus. Coun the King I ; Mrs William Anyone Interested In donating that primary school gradates I

fl": 5618 met recently at the Bowen Most Holy] Redeemer; their discarded or out are less well prepare

American Legion/: Hall located Mrs Raina Obi, Our Lady of grown, clothing clean and Gives Sisters' residence Coming events than previously when the*

behind the Patio RestaurantIn Angels, Mn Robert Kltt still wearable and other enter high schools. He sat I
.. .
Fern Park. All future man, Resurrection: Mrs Al items, may do so by sending Rummage sale] August 27 benefit ShOW, September... o many primary school teat .

meeting will be held there on bert Pfeiffer, Sacred heart; or bringing same to the Mary Notre Dame to dedicate and 28, 8241 Nebraska Avenue p.m.. Garden Center, 1005 ers have quit their Jobs to en.

the second and fourth Tuesdays Mrs W P Rings, St Joseph Help of Christians School, Tampa, Ladies Auxiliaryof Riverside Avenue, Jackson te. politics. Others have beenon

of each month. Loretto; Mrs. J. N Aycocke. 6400 East Chelsea Avenue, Mary Help! of Christians stile Auxiliary of All Saints strike because the government .

San Jose, Mrs E. Patton, St Tampa Items may be sent or Frank J. Lewis memorial School, sponsor Home sponsor has been unable to pay
Cocoa Beach Matthew Mrs G. C Bour
; brought In from now until Mass on 400th anniversary Card party and benefit them.
Father Franklin F.lchhorst beau St Patrick; Mrs Ken August 23 September 8, Mission of show October 27. 8pm ,
NOTRK DAMP Indiana Dedication ceremonieswill
0.F.M, Capuchin, is visitinghis ntth Miller, St. Paul All proceeds go towards the ombre de &)ios, St Augustine South Side; \\oman's Club. The need for bettering seeondarv -
parents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond All Saints Home Auxiliarywill Guild pledge of a stained be held here Tuesday August 10, for Lewis Hall, a Jack"m 111' Blessed] Trinity ; education was echoed

C Elchhorst, before re hold its annual dessert glass window for the Chapel new residence for Sisters studying for graduate degreesat Dessert card party and Guild, sponsor by Father Omer Degrljze
turning to his mission station lard party and benefit showat and for the children uniforms the University of Notre Dame. C.I.C.\I.: superior general of

In the interior of Nicaragua 8 p.m., September 22 in the The four-story building is a memorial to Frank J, M J g iAA the Scheut Fathers here on a

on August 20 Father Frank. Garden Center, 1005 Riverside Lewis, the Chicago, Illinois, businessman and philanthropist ,4 r T visitation to the Congo missions .
1m went to the missions in Avenue, Jacksonville, PERPETUAL HELP .
Sister Marie Ann, S.S.N.D who died In 1960 at
1959 and has been back In the Tickets may be purchased equipped laundry The build.
United States since late May from members of the Auxiliary principal of Our Lady of the age of 93. ing was designed by Ellerbe Father Degrljze said secondary -.

for a rest or at the door Perpetual Help Academy In Situated near the Admlnls. Architects, St. Paul, and schools in the Congo

Tampa, will represent the tratlon Building and overlooking erected by Wermuth, Inc are half as effective as the
JacksonvilleMrs SACRED schools conducted by the Fort should be. He warned that if
Wayne.Mrs.
a campus lake, it Is the
LaVerne V Krebi School Sisters of Notre Damein J. Lewis the Church here abandons)
gift of the Frank
Lewis and her late education in favor of a more
bach, Jacksonville, is a can. the South at committee Foundation Father Theodore
Mate for the degree of mas HEART"n. meetings to be held August M. Hesburgh CSC, Notre husband have received many direct apostolate. "the gi.
honors for their gifts to Catholic 3; ernment of this country w 1
ter of education at Marquette I IP 17 during the congrega Dame president, will celebrate '
churches and missions, be non-Christian within
I a few
lion's educational conferencein
University/ Milwaukee at the the Dedication Mass In ,
WalterDudzllt. "
hospitals and colleges and bi h yean
17th annual summer session Connecticut. kl.4S,
f the Lewis Hall chapel at 10 '
unh .
eraltltl. .eves
ALL SAINTS *' It will be the 11th annual a m. and officiate at the r

conference at the mother. blessing of the building im They of few
New committee chairmen are one a very St. Petersburg
house In Wilton. afterward Sister couples who received honor. '
for the Auxiliary of All Saints mediately I( I
The School Sisters staff Mary Ann Ida B.V.M., president I. ary degrees from Notre
nine schools in Florida: of Mundeleln College in Dame Mr Lewis accepted a
JACKSONVILLEiFJREDABO.OD'S.1 Our Lady of Perpetual Helpradl'my be the Holy Name Church
Sacred Heart Guild mem Chicago will principal Doctor of Law degree in 1954
.\ and Christ the King
the dedication
speaker at at the same ceremonies in
bers In Jacksonville vote on School in Tampa, St. John be held at The JACKSON'SSHOES
luncheon to which their son, Edward, received
the worker of the
UI. : outstanding their number St Petersburg Beach, Notre Morris Inn on the campus at I his baccalaureate Try this kitchen treatFor
ae1L r.IRPeqROOM year among
Dame Academy St. Peters
,
12.30 pm.Among Mrs Lewis awarded a Doc -
The season's honor wentto
last .
-11 ; -- Mrs \\ alter Dudzik. burg Visitation, Good Shepherd In North, Miami Orlando those attending the tor of Fine Arts degree In the food wise homemaker strips, as for Julienne Arrange DON BARDELLA
; 1962 cited "one of the
was
dedication events will be Mrs. as cheese
summertime can on of
,
i 4 top
Beach Blessed Trinity In
> ,
{ Frank J. fowls members of greatest Catholic philanthropists Manafar
.
,
.L..._ """" Miami Springs and Annuncla truly be happy guest time salad or toss lightly with
FAMILY the Lewis family Sisters representing In the history of our But for the one who lacks ingredients before placingon 441 Central. AM* 12-1)
tion and Madonna Academyin
!! PROTECTOR approximately one country the gentle lady
West Hollywood Sixty. the knack or knowledge of lettuce Makes' t one.
who has
l
hundred religious communities given so much so
c.l\\: Jack WdcosPMMI three School Sisters, augmented !' convenience food and cup servings))
throughout the United gladly
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i Central Tnrr, The HorMa Catholic, Friday, August 6,1965
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writer adults, and accord to them veloped, and will maintain, day came 40 eager freshmen. Cross Latin, Spanish ant W ,"ea'---g ,.
(The Florida Catholl h such responsibilities. Central Just such a reputation. There was an exceedingly' math clubs. J

pleased l to publish excerpt Catholic High School has d. With our first registration strong sense of camaraderiein

from the yearbook of Mel- '.. that first class, as we pondered Few of us have' forgotten
e *
he days of the Cuban crteii
bourn Central Catholic the mysteries of algebra /:
High So hoo I. The Mel- and waded through: Latin October when w* offered
We shared Bur fervent prayers for the
bourn Florida, school conjugations laughter and we shared disappointments preservation of world peace

graduated Its first class of but our greatest from the chapel, as jets __

seniors in 1965.-Ed.) bond of union was intense, roared southward. _

spirited pride. Perhaps the happiest day _
LIVE years ago, when w* _
j' wereearefre.eighth.graders Our classes, that September m our four ,'un"II in January _

Father Peter C. of 1961 were held in of 19M! On our return _
from Christmas vacation weentered
Dolan, Father Joseph A. Brevard Engineering' College _
the
new building that
Barry, and Father Martin B surroundings, to quote our .
Power were working for our President, Father Dolan that was to house students of !Melbourne
Central Catholic High
futur were "most conducive to
School
study.
la 196, Father Dolan, with/ We had two classrooms and Our pride was unequalledas

the commission of Archblsb- two teachers, In religion, walked the' halls of the

'p Joseph P. Hurley, began along Latin, and English for the sprawling tdific large

procedure of Interview, t first three weeks, Father Dolan classrooms ample stairways
aid research questioning labored with us, teachingus organized lockers, a quiet At Melbourne Central CatholicCentral

and diagnosing the parochial i the of library, fully equipped laboratories .
Importance precision
educational .. ... Catholic High School in dents and the uniforms
needs of the area. Mrs. Lagasse, our other and home economics new proudlyworn
The answers ht found were teacher, instructed the 40 In rooms awaited us Strong and Melbourne marked another event this by the student. Above, *om*

Hi* foundation for the construction algebra, general science, and solid In every detail, the year with the school's first graduation. student are) pictured on their way to I

*f Central Catholic world history, until the arrival structure epitomized our own Among other notable achievement! their next da**.

High School. of Edward J, Smith, educational and motional were honors won by the science stu-
Receives
aims
Ours la a college scholarship who became our world his
preparatory .
school. In this tory and English: teacher Because w* were aware of .. w wewg. as
whena
college education age U so Albert Hotx, seated, Ins recently accreted, a When Mr Smith left, Mrs, L. the labor preceding the construction : 1s1

necessary, our secondary four year scholarship to Memphis Stat College. C Rogers soon took over his of this. school, we

educational systems must h.Ita1'd Looking on a* he signs< his acceptance are Coach tasks. realized that It was necessaryto r

Bobbin Mr Hots his mother and Father maintain it by our effort
to instruction that regards Ray ,
At the end .t f the year,
There Is
in schoolof
an aura our
students as oang: Peter C Dolan, school president ground was broken! by \ (personal sen'ice. of In- J.L '

hlihnn Jmrnh P. llurlrv. I'ar
e volvement of dignity that ,
ue.-.bO..I.M..1 .IM rif'r' i
,IIh l and parishioners stems from our place In the

themselves stood by proudlyand beginnings of our institution. .,
i Central Catholic High
In our Junior year, the 'ti
lake i
School soon began I*
t rt'i mhiiol had achieved such _
shape.In site. that we had a wide

I the end of May w* filed rang of subjects from which

Ir out of the familiar rooms In to choose Js + ii

Brevard Engineering College, W'* received a new teacher, 1
If r knowing that we would not !Sister Catherine !Sean wht

see that building again as our brought all of us to attentionIn
"school" her classes of history and

f As the ram drummed the democracy Our studies t bo- t ig

roof and swept the ..d.... ram progressively more difficult

rooms" with a damp hreereon !, as we attempted' physics .

that first day of school, and higher math! w*

the next fall. .e were introduced turned In term papers and reports _

to four Sisters of St. at what seemed to us a Add the finishing touchesThe
Francis who were to be our tremendous rate Rut the reward -
I teachers W. had awaited far outweighed the diffhulties. -
and we stretchedour finishing touches to outfit ter Kathleen Francis helping Mary
their arrival for a year, end
now .* were finally to have minds and Imaginations made In homo economics clans! are applied Ellen: Fuller, Th* students were attending .

IFf the benefit of their capable willingly by Kathleen McCarthy, GermainIhlcolo Melbourne Central Catholic I

t r, } Instruction Football games added t* Kathleen Kllenschnltt, and Bis- High School.
our social schedule 11e..-
Our new principal w I sMother -- -
I Marguerite, latin students tra-currirular activities by
I this time had expanded an
studied with Mother
and enjoyed) their studies! t because that a student could find a I Ir"
m.mbe, chip In almost anyone
Mother put Into latin "
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x
r of his favorite' Interests
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life sod color by her descriptions e rG
t chorus latin and
Spanish,
of great happenings long
,
Business courses at Central! CatholicSister . gone by Along with her degree math 11'1.11t, football I u and b s ,baiket-paramedics 1 CI
of Doctor of Phikmofihy\ 4
ball teams
Franc! Imrlda I I. instructinga Among her students are Robert\ form, and talents In many fields,

elas In busmen" law at Central Jun Theriault, Walter Taylor standing Mother Marguerite brought to We went isle anlfnrm I Is
Catholic Central C.IIfJIhi.\ ." spirit the 'fall, and the ...tt, at-
High School m Melbourne. at the board.
hf* and encouragement hired students acre a source

v Rister Kathleen Francis of pride I II the Khonl.Traiedr .
f
pre us the rKanre to learn I
marred the ;
other tongues. Sitter Brendan pas. a
of l'-J On November 22
mg ,
Francis opened doors to beau
students stunned and
I tifwl works of literary art and were
stacked at the news of the
ga%* us the key to self/ e*
...*.IIn.a11Ml of our President '
preseton. Sister Virginia I
John F 1 Kennedy 1 U t13Z
Mary showed us the working*
absorbed t h
of botany and tonlofy and instructed Information
numb as w* sit In chain and I
us In algebra
found It Impossible to hellev! i
Our new religion teacherwas that swh an art could happen 1
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Father FxJward A Kirby -
.h I m our country M e grew olderthai
f wh* seemed to be abl. hisshow
I year. more x> than w* Biology students brine honors
i us, by esampl, what ever had before

charity His tent and of kindness humor and meant pa When Father Kirby wastransferred. I'' z: siti4: ''. at 1 :b-um. Cntral Miry U>ache* sumo of her *tudntaah'

tienc! made dim a friend and Flhr t Iaw'rent. tafh ';.a III;;;!! T h-nl!; bright : /' from the left, Devil Kneeht,

.u eonftdMt. of many students, *" P I* Redmond take his place was appointed Oil hn m tr th. lr! .<.h .I thl year by iVrnrah NI'W'Iulet, Patrick Courtneyand I

as wed .. a re fett.d leather Ash Wednesday the wbool w' ''nab] jf avarl: !1. at the' art i < fair Jan Morrianey.

and students welcomed him thr"ug' ut the state lister Virginia

Our stxtrnt arttvftlr' lka .. a member of th. faculty _.-

sew Imswrtanre II I'U. Th BuslfiMS Departmentopened M ry

j He *rgal>H 5 rfc.'lr, Red in September of 1 Ian r'' i iN
and sister Francis Imelds I
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brought to tt her talents Hi i

teaching. tih. offered laatrur
IIP.
ton: In typing' shorthand, law, ?
Melbourne students aid missions and baroness mathematrstvhr


Rf-rn': s' '* rfCCaf: "- r T ;a c< of *) wt received Mr |I'MS' rl r

It: High &>; .m },I( :V! :.me ( rr-r a K ',r.' :i, w aw :4, t I.. av.' i rr" class rings fr.m cur p,.... ,
deal a, t\4\ that
Muuiicn Sr:-*- irr f'.. r-. '*' "" t'lt'a. a. P ,r J fra 'h. were. they
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member wj *c 1 c''g: t '*"-, Sea: : Kat>><- Mas'Jeaa" Wewoki the learhliiis *f **r Faith are J

needy a KCT?*. 'T'b a'w.: .* be + : t and Orrta Graver, reare..*iH .In Ih. a..B \ clrtle. K t
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If w* are to mahe the> moat

rI our .firs Ui Cetrt/al Cat>> '

High School, w* mutt

t. A. system keep In mind the high hwnM t \

goal of fbdetyeTe4y **dMv .
UadaMn St Laurent I* of r..... II* boo gnen M

making' an si ow rm nt its UM. ability to a rlhev* .h,*..- Opens career fields

ever the pwbtx add*.. e aly I pri dMi and fie
system at Central rth/.lw ...... IK retell it art .m our ft. .( r.u, ,, ,I e 5 Para''s carnets f'.r there firta' from the I ft.

High I School VMbr.urw ......". 'Mtto 1 ,.hKgh ..r M? '. r- 1C.! ..' J. tn WnM>|i.wki. fhnatm VI f' '', 'I i, I

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The Life of Our Lord French Social Week

CommentGive

God's promise fulfilledby Man suffers with urban changesFollowing


It the concluding often weighed. In an interested %Needless to say. it is "I" t

your children the best Holy Spirit descending portion of the translation of and anarchic. way on the enough to ensure the satislac

the letter sent on behalf of growth of the cities, while the tan of bodily needs and nf

just Mnt ifford the tuI- don Tuition is geared to the average \1T1ILN: Our Lord came up Pope Paul VI by Amleto Cardinal inadequacy of the responsible legitimate economic and n!.

"WE tion'' This Is the excuse income of the parishioners Special V V out of Jordan after Cicognani. papal secretary authorities and the hazards of tural requirements It I is .1'n

consideration is always given to those being baptized by John, "the of state to Alain Bar. unsuitable regulations prevented necessary to help indiudi,. ,

many parents give for not IIt'ndinjZ'thtlr whose income is below averageA holy Ghost descended In a I rere. president of the French the urban fabric from to fulfill themselves the I

children to Catholic schools. Then than education is the bodily shape as a dove upon Social Weeks. Dated June 21, developing according to the totality including then iea I
gift greater
wpr to this simply is that most of of faith and pride should not Him : and a voice came from Frank J.Mlt't'd it expounds Church approaches needs of the common Soot!. tionship with God.
gift prevent heaven: Thou art my beloved to the modern urban Without fear of offending certain Many painstaking scxioluc i.
our high schools and grade schools are us from giving our children the Son in Thee I am well 2It revolution. the topic of the deep.rooted habits of the cal enquiries have alreadv
rot private schools and no child is refused benefits of a Catholic education set the institutional '
must enabled
pleased, so says Luke 52nd Social Week held in mind, one up responsible past, ito
admittance on the basis of his There la still time for parents who ((3. 22)Uho). Brest recently and financial mechanisms assess the transformatio'i<

jaients inability to meet the established are not sending their children to Cath- which will help to to be made and the decisionsto

tuition olic school this year to change their saw the* Dove, and THE phenomenon of and ur give a new visage to the great be implemented to ensure
heard the Uice The Baptist is at one
It is sad that because of pride many minds A simple act of humility in dis ct'rlalnlyIatthew: and at the same time the sign, thecause cities. In order to make them the opportunity of worship In
must have been the better abe' to fulfil their primary the new cities n"i1 in the ne\*
same
their children the matter with their
fail to a
cussing radical
parents give pastor :Mark say so, the Baptist himself and the effect of a -
kind of thrill I His vocation' assuring to districts. But It is not eno 'I
to human ,
Catholic school education In nearly may very well result In one of the says so, as St. John ells transformation in society, of life
soul as to other creature all the best conditions to put up churches nor el
any liD
every instance, it is merely a matter greatest gifts that they could give to us and of a profound change inhuman the demands of
of God to hear from the rather harmonizing to crea'e parish centersIt .
cf talking to the pastor or the president their children-a Catholic school education Himself the words "In psychology. environment and of work and
But who besides'e ,
are Man who uitil !
recently
I li the pastoral effort
of the school to explain the situa- the services of collettive asa
not told. If others thie I am well pleased offering
present was settled on his land or in which re, whole which mast be
saw and hearde must What of the Dove' nt'scend- his town has become mobile. equipment adapted to a new situation
concentra
wonder what they made of ing as fire the Holy Ghost From being rooted, he has be. quires a certain which concerns all the panlobes

Sacred Scripture the Dove, what they made of would one day open a new come migrant. either temporarily lion for an economic return. those In the country as
that to
the words. chapter in the life of the That Is to say put
or definitively.
writ as those In the cities
demands ,
order
I Psalm appeals for fervent There was nothing In the Apostles Descending at a One solidly Installed! In the cities in courageous proper decisions owing to the extreme mobility

.prayer Old Testament to prepare dove the Holy Ghost this day social surroundings of Ms which will not pass without. which characterizes the man

I them for the dove as a bodily opened a new chapter In the birth, he Is now torn asunder alleged to of urban civilization.
ALL of the psalms were scendants, the twelve tribes shape for the Spirit of God: life of their Lord John's baptism among a plurality of diverse stirring up notions but which
are
be traditional
under the Inspiration of Israel (Jacob s alternate doves were offered in sacrl was not the sacramentof and heterogeneous allegiances How many fields I art

of the Holy Spirit name), a* the instruments of flee as by Our Lady at the baptism by water and the In the midst of whichhe in fact only the abusive interests protection opened up for the activities of

This special grace however, f'ol hl'r mans salvation. They were Purification: but that was all Holy Ghost which Christ suffers' solitude of particular the clergy and for the lav

did. not rob the psalmists of P His chosen ones, His special the part they had in Jewish would one day establish; but There should be no fear for apostolate through
their human initiative, did John J. possession This fact alone religion. To us, the dove is a when John baptized Our Lord The growth of the towns example of recalling that the specialized Catholic activity .

not blot out their individual would furnish more than symbol of symbols for the water was there and the Holy often anarchic and gigantic right of property must never as well as through: an

personalities did not automatically Caitelot"hltb enough motivation for profound Holy Ghost: but to the crowd Ghost was there. added to the expansion of be exercised to the detrimentof active presence in the organisms .

endow them with reflection leading to watching. it could have been We remind ourselves that, audiovisual means of diffusion common utility according in which the future

literary genius Each of them grateful response. only a bird winging down though Christ Is God His entail for many an uprooting te the traditional teaching of society Is being shaped/ How

wrote pretty much as he But the psalmist was not and hovering over a youngish manhood was not merely a from the original way the Fathers of the Church and could we help seeing the contribution

would have under ordinary Israel has t" praise and satisfied with the basic fact. man newly baptized mask lie chose to wear lit of life and a banalization of the great theologians: which could I be
.
circumstances according to to thank the Lord. lie goes on to mention in detail was not pretending to be man thought" which tend to depersonalize Here we doubtless find an given to this society by the

Ids own talents and tech some of the marvelous The Baptist knew It for for our Redemption man and to make unhappy conflict to be surmounted professional competence and

mques He begins with a stirring effects of the divine choice. what it was, because the sign him vulnerable to manifold between private acquired the enlightened collaboration

appeal to the temple clt'rgy"ser'anls historical evidences of tie he had been promised by He had become man for our dissolving influences rights, and primordial of men with a sharp sense of f

Many of the psalms are { of the Lord"), love and power of the Lord of dod was that, the Holy Spirit Redemption The urban revolution gives communal exigencies The spiritual and religious needs

masterpieces of religious. whose official task and privl history; should descend upon the One His human nature rise to new cultural, economic vocation of the public powers, in the service of the common
poetryt fresh, original picturesque was s
legs It was to represent the whose forerunner' he
was, and of the
political the guardians common good.
proc'lIl'I.Man
moving lie hopes thereby to elicit real nature, and really human
nation before the throne of anil he tells .
us that he
recognird themselvesto
good Is to apply It is Indeed clvlltza::
a new
God sentiments of joy and wonder Therefore It needed Is exposed to losing
The author of 134 : /: the sign\ the solution of this, with
psalm tion which is being constru
.
Praise the name of the and loving gratitude In pursuing Supernatural Life, as ours himself in anonymity anonymity
was rather short on original! Lord: praise you servants of this purpose he gives at But did even he know of does. U it was to do the things in the great enterprise the active participation of ed through the urbanlzat n
ty his poem Is a tissue of beyond nature which it is here he works persons and of social groupsto movement which shapes the
the Lord Who stand in the the same time a valuable les the words uttered by the ; anonymityin
be Into the search
borrowings from the sacredwritings house of the Lord, in the sin on prayer In general Voice* Other hearers, If man s destiny to do. As God the means of transport brought present-day world
for ends in the choice of
which nourished his as
courts of the house of our others there were, did not Our Lord knew all things and where wt elbow one another Christians ewe It I t. themsehes .
spirituality. And yet it is far God. Why are so many people so The Old Testament had not could do all things; but a, without knowing each other; means.
from being just a dull scissors often reluctant to pray* Why It is at this price that the to be present In It and
that revelation man He needed the indwelling anonymity of the masses
Praise the Lord for the given! of theBlessed
to work for the establishmentof
and paste job It has Is the Idea of organization of urban
a very so space
prayer of the In His soul which but
lord is good; sing praise to Trinity in the light of Holy Spirit arc agglomerationsof s society In which Indlvldu.
power all its own, a power to unattractive to them May it for men will be accomplished
his name, which we love; ror which the word Son has its This indwelling lie had In solitude; anonymity of leisure ale tan develop In faithfulness
move and inspire a power to not be because we have creat according to the social demands
the Lord has chosen Jacob full meaning It may be that its fullness. at every moment time and holidays. where t* their transcendental
the reader to c'd dull of the
mouse a image of Gospel message
pray : as
for himself Israel for his own prayer the Baptist had had his own The descent of the Dove could relations. are only occasionaland vocation as future citizens .1(
fervently and especially socldtins it with gloom and whose ferment has not
gratefully: possession ((14)) trouble and frantic need' revelation of the elietrlne: If bring no Increase. But there fleetiiig; anonymity of lost its power of shatteringthe the (Ity of (>od,
This last verse expresser in so he would have known that were moments when some thought rendered uniform by

It Is, In fact, an enthusia' a nutshell the basic. reason Do we think of prayer only He who stood before him was special I thing to be done the spreading of mass media and selfishness of individuals They will thus collaborate!

tic call to prayer, and the au for praise and thanksgiving: when some (crisis major or not only certainly Messias. called for special/ illumma The same Is the case as regard the groups. if only somebodyhas in the plan of love of the Lore
makes to
minor it
of spread
thus reinforces' his plea by the Lord, the one true Cod, us 'ware our but certainly God lion. the great ensembles Officials courage must therefore and in the great movement of
rise
recalling the many reasons selected Jacob and his de Turn to page five where it happens that every. Biblical history which started
iliac was, of course, oneother :More than once we are told thing has been foreseen' ex. above considerations of Immediate in a garden (Gen 23)) and

who heard the, words that He was acted upon, dept' that which would permita I expediency and ends in a city, the new Jerusalem '

and saw the this, ( hrl.t Our guided by the Holy fthosl; home to be itself, both within sound the rail for personal .
Father Michael V. Cannon sacrifices which
Lord Himself are Indicpen
The first occasion Is the itself as well! as In the sable if the urbair'aggtomera. Undoubtedly, the SoelU 1

Mission .f Nombre De Diosclupteas What the' whole Incident neighborhood freely accepted Weeks will give a fruitful con.
one we are now considering lion Is to be truly built for the
meant to Him In His humanitywe It was after the descent of and the source of friendly service of man. tnbutten to the study of the

cannot know Has Its the l Dove that lie was "led by relation If we add that the It goes without that problems' of urban r.ti'ln

C 12E,1t in sole purpose to Identify Him the Spirit Into the desert" family m far too often dispersed this should be done saving only while\ viewed ID the light of the 0pel p,

to John the Baptist and show Why the denert' All human owing to the demandsof taking care to avoid 'useless) and of the social doctrine
work, timetables and
at
His uniqueness to any of the experience tells us that the sacrifices dishonest speculation of the Church Under the
GloaiOa CAtholic histoRyChapter by.standt'r.'hII saw It' Or soul should be alone with times even by the staggeringof and everything that benevolent authority of Pith

had it some special| significance God before the beginning of vacations we see the im would be merely the Mtiafac op Andre Fauvel of; Qulmp

far Himself as well any great woik !Spiritual porUnee of the traniforma bon of new selfishness' under and his zealous auxllian

104 nothing was missing to renderthe we made a shameful traffic The words uttered would writers have written movingly lions to be wrought to enable the guise of public usefulness those taking part will. i he
tableau perfect I narrate out of the sacrament of Penance town dwellers to form for ,
not have Him this for guided In their reflection t>
the travelers passed the given any new upon as a reason Care should also be taken to
AS springtime scenes of what I saw I describe my to permit all sorts of knowledge of the Blessed the forty days of solitude themselves a family circle ensure the indemnuation training courses and roundtables ,
postulated
flora and fauna that sensations, and yet must con crime Trinity in His human mind Scripture tells us nothingof where the persons can dexeiop by legitimate private both general and sp
lay along .
; and the time
at same .
their route Portler recorded fess that my expressions fall "You are Roman, she said there' was such a knowledgeof it All it says i. Jesus rights and t. take into account l'lalll..t.urh\ will enab

them In minute detail. far short of reality" to me it Is you who persecuted rather. Son and Holy was led by the Spirit into the open establish themselves solid commttnl outwardsand esthetic and artistic. them to receive authontatn

Sometimes the Bishop the first Christians and Ghost as even Our Blessed desert to be tempted by the COft.kltraUoftlhlC'h must teaching while at the same

One such scene, discovered would pause a while to meditate who, along with the otherpowers Lady In Heaven has not. Wet devil Matthew: 4,1)). tv fj.am.-ell'lI.links within the urban never be neglected .if man Is time taking part In reseant tl

after crossing the ('hlpolaItlver amid the splendors that of hell, tried to wipe| to be given harmonious and through brotherly conversa,

east of Tallahassee, Providence had lavished on out the Iteligion: of salvation There Is no question when well.balanced born

the nixhop described In I these the Florida landscape, as he In the blood of the first faith thus emphasizing. what has surrounding The Holy rather whole!

wordsi did one day where a majestic ful I answered categori Question boxHow Wn railed "the maladies of who For It I II mas as s wnole' heartedJy calls down on th,",

fountain toured forth rally her every objection I the city" of giving In to use- mutt find In this frame work on its organizers and

"\\o climbed tip a small from a basin In the deep( cursed with a great anathemaall inns regrets before the inevitable sock the best living rendition on all those taking. part the

sloping hill on the left bank forest. and "mv soul the doctrines that had so many can name disappearance of a past !. for his soul and his abundance of divine, gracesas
enjoying at our ease the most which certainly did not bring spirit as sell| at for his body
charmed also by the religious well l l stirred her bile My a pledge of which he sends
beautiful and varied only advantages. This is the tack of .
spectacle urbamxa
silence
Hut
tlen h.(111110re
anathemas
reigned happyeffect you an apostolic\ blessing
Everywhere we heard there paid with a new senti on her than the best Pope after St. Peter? Put II Is seteimy U take ties to ensure the development I am happy to convey to

the murmur of deep' brooks mint of gratitude. the dally arguments They gave me for note of the changes In progreis of persons and familiesand vou these precious encoursn

with steep banks Some rocks tribute of \prayer it had vowed bieakfast an ohllll'l'e\ of fat q \\e all are swore hat Tits. all"nd fmalh a sarcophagus In order te erlenl hem their aortal integration in ments and I add to them mil
rose as high! as the trees, all as much toward group which. are neither
to God and some corn bread still St. Piter was the lint Pope discovered under as possible an best wishes for the good iu
around flowers had been able Hen; where the walkingwas warm I then left and the old and first of flume! st. Peter add believed to be greater humanity and spirituality \ archie nor tyrannical but are cess of the Social Week ifBrest

to flourish and presented an hard and the surrounding lady bade me farewell In avery Bishop' but that of Linus seems to have adopted to the requirementsof and assure you Mr.

agreeable) border while small scenes' were less agree' friendly tone which led why area I (here churches, belonged to someune with. a It is" undoubtedly difficult t. the individual and of the President of my entire de

oclifsrous trees grew out of able the Uishop journal re. me to understand that she' schools, educational institutions longer name possibly AO.UIImus cheek the movement toward. community xouoa in Jesus Christ.

the side and along the topsof hales that he found reasons had been at least a little reconciled hospitals. rlc. named l'orK'entr.tioa IB the great

little\ hills Natural springs\ for gratification to Catholics" for M t. limn, who win" the History has neglected Lnvus cities although its yen' e, M. J. Murray
subterranean oaks reund lIi hop of Kunir, and _
caves,
even though he was prob- Iran .11 a growing source of
torn by lightning or felled by MUslinarles, he wrote, The Itlkhop. Journal contains who was really the choice ofNs ally Pope for U yesrs The unbalance within. the national
shuuld be grateful for sucha gracious words Peter .lId' Paid U lit'
hurricanes, bite artificial I I many M.1'f'I..r' only writing attributed. to communities Itlltonrll0-
bridges crossed out pathCatholic lunch lank where' "Me walk about the Protestant settlers siuceisorhv It lution technical Strange but trueCatholic
him Is apocr> phal. And It progress the
with Jesus, (hritt, we share very' little mentioned about
took him nearly four network of conunuiurationi
of ceaturies
lie
the work of the' founders of respected sincerity him* Hr sue CiEpgke. 1 Ices
martyred just) NCWG F1., swiss
belief wherever he found it, to get his name on a the centralization of pol ti., di!
the lalih.; we are happy In like St! Peter. hut In rtllfrr- .
a
"c.
( A
'j authority and the CKM
.
forld[ as In one large householdwhere list of saints I"telll.tllaland AooO .
suffer' as they for the' same eel wax, I think Mat !''It.. cultural attraction of the sY 0Aru Ma ,W( _, .
cause' and of. the Methodist father Inns Roman! (; ( lie know 'Ai'.1 AN ..., i ira.o
especially to 1 nr s drcek' I ) VON happen le great mrtropolei' all rombtne ;z: r
.
ler, as they did a frail existence "night and morning gatheredhis think more credit should he whether there are any tithe 'their influence to draw '. 1.,41 ro M. _,. sue Oa.
Into the hands of Him children and domestics. given to M. l.iim and more lie churches dedicated' le and ward them "" ..... ......, i .1,
greater and great 01.11;... ....
who gave It to us" read to them some chapter honors bestowed upon him It named' for God the rather" I ei ni.**e*. -_.< esn.awoa.n
of the Scriptures, which were takes a lot of hard work and know of none' and am puul..da"flut Nen+e W '"oast ore
".hU.h.. ...r, irld.r One night the Bishop heard with respect gave hi.ad'lu you have' U br a good adminUlralvr It. Yet the eiperteace of the woo slos5e' ..-.. ho 1y d

la15111e111191IC 1'1'.1.. sought hospitality In a Pres. or explained some obscure to run a diocese. mil A I know of none either past few years hat pmed wa.tt.1. : /
thai I '
cosx-erted .
I U, II.. I /1 1111 bt\<'run household where tie ." During a combmat -.c .. \_. ...
passage
the are uf( Itonif' but I tot ."'"'0
way am ptutled about .
I I ".1 r nlnliil, liil.,. uu nception it of administrative and eiononm r...... ,
sans < aiefiillv examined from his I udy ePortiri met .j
.
Purists
llrl.nl. llml.lt f11.pbm inxiit in spite of 'NTI
+Aey
measure ran head tu foul with the result m"nn "I" 'I'rol.llini. than 1114late Q U.
II"" .. I In t' *. A. I"* thut ": \ Powiblv ,there is little some historical\ evidence te the Me. of a recr\ Mv glasses. im ring. lie did Catholics. ..
'" I. II "I |..r >..r; MbftIrl popular devotion to Luaus because the cosrtrarv the churches !pros ate aid) not only. chit x it'II
,
,' |5 IHs my watch. my breviary. and rLt.QM'
named for
He record only one ecra little is known for rer are heaved aw- a prolaa .. eVeteetorat 8 0'"
's yl.r/a. rich,,Ho I I. particularly cross drew to
immml my
I
sion h he celebrated tain about him While trans less them dsvis Al which t ,5.wn.l.rA
off III'" ,'b"lIe' l' '" 14__ '. mv' arms all the children w e 1 there is lereaeJ tawrlUM but L .M ,
th. !MMl, 1.(......* Mats t June 21, at Tallahassee reliable testimony that he churches are dedicated to also give si a RW. healthv' d naSOMJn :anent
.. ,. ._. .... \n elderly lad\ seated near w e ar.v r ar w ;
w.lri C. .r. \M. .Ir. dod, fattier !Son and
was second Holyspirit ..
I U,4 ".rll.. ....kli, >li..r. the fits watched this scene which was al that limes Bishop of Rom', t life herecting .poles of devfloHnmt ,.:"q.io C'aeOss.5 eru w .t
of hundred' houses there it some reason to but 11.11" under n vrc
indvmr
r. ".n'II'". E..4 a s.r.ei with city a quiet.lion ) ntw rt aw e.wa r 4el.w .*
mounting
pleauie
I '11111 under Xt Act H M.nS "\fin clean and built on a it and the dates of his patroMge of a Mint or Mfel and new renters of pop: a

ilia Uter holding" back for' regular plan"Haidly term of office are unterta, whose name the> hear lion .\ s.w irmhwtis thus
some time. I'ort"rrolr..
One source states that he was comes Ms beg through
aarrtf ---- --
-
I that -
II" cost her -
had "
he
begun Mats
a martyr, but this seems III", conlrulM urnnnatxm .be. .
much she began to>> lecture (far the low Calfcrfki U the Wshebse i ","-'auN hl\Wrtall. These answer are lr.mN1ke bees u ergamaH cwuntrvhk .
r.lk". VUtOl S, frnkkPrl me w religion, .aj iuJJ\ ol)' place than the hall JhJ with haw U". .iUa B"v" c*.
.. oi .
r riotUtti r M perSAuiioni m M4 a cot) .*.*.,.* J va
iurr.nJ.f.vi htr ,U diMKi M.aila.r .
tn } D
a violent PrbKilaat iittiUtyti The Rose by "
.
alikeXI." des. ..1.. dorm his Joy8d. a biomes wolf ; 'fr
....II .. ...11... trade to>> aU the r.jt of Bistwp ImprovbtJ a ssmon sides we duet know fir M. fuaway laIW.U" kaowlcttlumalti The aumaatuifen of lasso rfr

a repressed fanaticismt on salvation through good who he 11' c I )HI'
An..r Nenirrr St
Iina was Iroaeu .
slick.
k.
......., I' l ..,..... irathotto. were worse' than works and them gomt ppie" .* that he the ts qurtllo (signed. pkjtfl l. t> grew sot .f pre>
is same 1 Hfc.
....
.sins p pears. to wa
!IdolatcKS: we adored the he said.l listened with menthin Nt bty > U The ...rlcl. ( al"oMkIe \fr /
| aniI 1 r' 2 be Ik* mat I irttvmu It uU
.
sate a mnl sr "*| .f
; tasks
M had our lien tan: end
g and of ;Mass VI\! it.at
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The nOl'da f.thJlic, FWay. Aisna R, 1963I
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Mass guide
God'i world

SUNDAY. August I
I 9th Sunday after Pentecost

Temptation w7yield/ to love i Mass of Sunday, Gloria,

Creed, Preface of Trinity .)

TEMPTATION like the be a powerful deterrent from MONDAY: August 9

somethingwe sin. Unfortunately, however, h Vigil I i I of St. Lawrence

mortals must expect to 1 the real terror of hell ti not .. ,, Mass of feast 2nd Prayerof
live with. Temptation is v
as inevitable
!
Father understood by anyone excepta St. Roman, Common
to our (fallen
human
Preface.
person who loves God. Th. )
nature as is our buffeting by Leo J. true horror of hell lies precisely i
wind and rain. To be totally TUESDAY August 10
In Its lovelessness
Its St. Lawrence
True martyr
Immune to surges of anger,
complete and eternal love
I Man of feast Gloria
t' of ,
Inges Jealousy.
impulsesof
lessness. In eternity, the only Common Preface.)
lust and of avarice and of meant of communication Ii

pride, we would have to be love The soul In hell Is cut off WEDNESDAY August 11
the object of a miracle of from all communication Imprisoned ''Mass of previous Sunday
grace or be in a state of forever In solitary 2nd Prayer of Sti. Tlburtiui

catatonia! quent and heartfelt "Please, confinement, In the awful"" and Susanna, Common
dear Lord, help me to lov.You' loneliness ef life without love Ushers in Winter Haven's parishFather Preface, or, feast of Sta.Tlburtiui .
We base to Ihe with temptation "
If we really mean it, It Is not fear but love, and Susanna ,
but we do not hate te we can offer this prayer with which gives us the greater Matthew J. Connolly, Church in Winter Haven. The pas (pastor I to Captam Robert A Allen, Man\ of several martyrs

succumb to It. absolute confidence that God strength against temptation.It pastor, commends the members of tor la pictured at the Installation U.S.N." Ret, Gloria, Common Preface.)

"'1 have St. Paul's assurance will answer" it. Is the grace to love which hia ushers' club for the work they meeting; of the ushers The new THURSDAY, August 12

that "God is faithful andwill When ,. ask for an Increase must be the object of our do ao faithfully at St. Joaeph president, seated at the left of the St. Clara (Mass of a virgin,

not permit! you to be in love, we are asking most fervent prayers. not a martyr, Gloria Common
_ _
tempted beyond your for the'Iry 11ft'hich God -- -- ---- n Preface.)

strength, but with temptationwill Himself is most anxious to Washington letter Sharing our treasure FRIDAY, August II
give us. It Is a great mystery
also give
you a way out (Mass of previous Sunday,
that our love should mean so
that be able to bear
you may Ind Prayer of Sti. Hlppoly.tui

It." much to God. Value of policeman beat 7/ sought fold/ and and Casslan, Common
No one ever can say truthfully We enly know that this lethe on seen one one Preface, or, feast of St.Hip-

"I couldn't help sin reaioa why He made _s- pnlytus' and Canlan, Mass
ning." If I truly could not that lie might hate our less THE patrolman is coming crease In men petroling the strength 17 per 1000( () of Shepherd of several martyrs, Gloria
help doing what I did, then into his own. streets seems to be the key to population has not changedsince says convert Common Preface,)
It was no sin In sin there He will not force our love. In this age of electronics, the fight back against crime 1958 Crime has Increased SATURDAY August II
Indeed it is a contradiction and here. !M volumeIn : : of the happiest days
must be freedom of choice If automation motorization per cent in ONE 4't Vigil of the Assumption o(
1 do my honest best to resist la terms to speak of a forced gadgetry: the uniformed policeman "\\.'r. going to have the the same period. The number your life will be the the Blessed Virgin Mary

temptation, then I do not sin. love-as if a person could be who walks a beat Is finest police force In the United of all persona engaged In First Holy Communion day ofa (Mass of feast, 2nd Prayer

We know this We know, made to love someone againsthis emerging as an indispensableneed States or some fur will\ local and state police work churchless friend whom Fathet 4t of St. Euieblus, Common
own positive will No, God in the fight against fly." President Johnson said Increased "substantially" In you helped lead Into the fold Preface)
too, that to do our best
meansto will not force us to love Him, spiraling crime. in announcing Washington'sown 1964. but the ratio of all police of Christ. This Is the goal John A, f
make of the ,
use ordinary but He ii there with His The alarming Increase In crime commission. employees to population which the Church! holds constantly SUNDAY, August 11
defenses 0'1Bel'hlor\...
against
temptation. of the Blessed
,grace-to-love moment we crime of all soils and the While crime has been Increasing 19 to 1000 -- remained the before the eyes of all Assumption
We must avoid unnecessary show a genuine desire to love need for their prevention and for some time, and same it was noted her children Virgin Mary (Man' of

Incitements to tin persons, Him. If we pray perseveringly curb, are receiving more attention has outpaced the population FBl'i Hoover said the na Pastors, Bishops! our Holy feast, Gloria, 2nd Prayer of
places or things which could for growth"' In love, without her than ever before. growth' rate almost 6 to 1 tion's total criminal (population Father and Christ Himselfare the 10th Sunday after Pente-
put too great a strain (rest Preface of the Blessed
upon reservations and without Imposing President Lyndon B. Johnson, since 1958 the FBI reported, Is much smaller than the asking every adult Catholic of Science degree In
moral
our strengthBy any conditions on God, ID a span of a few days, appointed the average police officer total annual crime counts to share the precious "pharmacy, In which I had become Virgin.)
means of the sacraments the growth infallibly will a mne-member commission would suggest treasure of his holy Faith deeply Interested.

and prayer u must come to deal with crime In Historian diesAIXI.ESBtlnS with others While In Kentucky, I became More
give God an opportunity to This does not mean that we the nation's capital, and a II- He explained that i iuhslantlal > acquainted with the cooperation
help us with His grace All shall be able : France number ef repeaters Memorable are the words
to detect the member commission to deal i'rlcer family In Ashland One
this we learned years ago In (:NCI Henri Daniel Ropa, are contributing Ie the crime ef Pope Plus XIi anticipated by
day today change in ourselves with it on a nationwide basis of ttie daughters, Ina, had
our religious l l instruction Love for God Ii seated Congress has before it bills member of the French Academy count "year In and year out." "What would the Twelve", been crippled by polio when

classes. in the will not In the emo- to regulate sale of firearms, and writer on Church history lie also said the fastest have done, lost In the world's she was three years old. Despite Orthodox leader
and other subjects
It Is .b\1011 that the best tions. Whatever increase in to assist in training local law died religious his growing" populations In the Immensity If they had pot her handicap, she secured
at
antidote te ttmptalloa Is love love there may be, it will be enforcement officers through country country generally are reportIng called aloud to others men, a god education and establlihed rnovinKNCK: (NO) \
home here
death
/His
for God. If ire lose Cod we evidenced la our behavior, In out the country, to Improvelaw near the highest crime rates women, the aged and childrenand the I'rlcer Secretarial metropolitan of the Greek
July 27at> the of 64
i ,
shall nut sin-not seriously our sensitivity to God's will, enforcement techniques, attributed age cerebralhemorrhage that last year police nationally said, 'I lets as simple as that. rather than In our feelings and to upgrade the quality of was to a solved 24 per cent of forth (lie treasure of heaven; here he anticipates Increasing
frlrnd
A Catholic broughther
Even the change la our behavior correctional personnel. Thereis the serious crimes by arrestIng help us to distribute If cooperation of his church
If we love God we natural. may not be easily detectable also a proposal to establisha In a telegram to the author's the offenders, a decline of Avoiding the extremes of Injudicious Ie {iiinday Mass with the Catholic Church in

ly want to do whatever He except after a considerable National Academy of Criminal widow Pope Paul VIexpressed 2 per cent 90 per cent of teal and excesslvt Ina became Interested took the fields of social service
his sadness and declared
.wishes us to do We want to period of time. Our Justice which would be the murder rases w ere timidity, every Catholic basked Instructions and became a devout and education,
Daniel historical
that
make His will our own." We human selfcentrednen h a I a sort of West Point for adminiitratori work.'II\ Hope'remain cleared by arrests proper by Christ to I b. a witness Catholic I could see how Mrtrnpolltaa l lakaves of

do not want to male that all the Inertia of a granite of criminal processes witnesses to his his as t ty crime clearance rates sic for Him, Hn Gospel|' and much the religion meant to "Philadelphia Ails Miner I ,
choice of self God which mountain, It learning'<<, low, due to the
over responds grudgIngly talent and his love for the generally His I ody -Ihe Church Ins and the great influence It made the animation Hi
is involved In every tin We to the power of grace AoMiIng the nalloi that Church he served so well." volume of these offenses and The whole Christian worldIs exercised In her life This Providence College there .hemet
do not want to choke off the the lack of witnesses hungry for unity Split Into stimulated my Interest In the .
Rut respond It will, wader erlmes ef violence "climbed Daniel flops was the author the rollrge'a new pre >
flow of God's love to us, the youths under 18 years of age myriad divisions, Chrlitlans Catholic Faith and I started
:
II
William Paul
the steady and unremitting per rent at a group" last of 70 books Including the dent, Father \
only 100 per cent pure and pressure ef the grare-U-levt year, J. Edgar: lloever, diree- biography "Jesui and His continue to show increasing are now struggling to rei|*>ndat attending Ma i Han n I', lie wa sic' v
artless love shies this If. Involvement In crime never before to Chrlit's eipren I had long felt that the .
for which we Ilk aid which tee ., the Federal Rurea ., Times" which has been a my panted by Metropolitan Knilli.a :
holds for us.Consequently. persons In the 40 to 49 age wish "I pray that rind dlvl.kln.'llhln Christianity
lavetUgatlea. slid the of .Seleufkla.
the belt pos available. Ie law enforcement Another popular work group had the highest number all may be one, even ai thou were contrary to the
alble all\ purpose prayer to The thought of hell with Its agencies' generallyIs It his "lfjlter, of the Churchof of charges on their records, Father, In me and I In thee will and the teachings of Its nulh.r.. eipellcd/ / recently

combat temptation Is a tie eternal pan Is widely held te Inadequate, and he railed Christ H. was general averaging eight<< for murder that they also may h#' one In founder, Jews Christ Pop from Constantinople\ f iTurknh
ever an average of 16 nears that the world believe government In reprisal
special attentive Ie the need editor of the mwtumefltal U', may John XXIII was appealing$ for
for additional officers la Inl- studies of 1S74 !persons that thou haul sent me" ait end to turn dtylHons and for the trouble on ""y.
Twentieth )
Century Encyclopedia
Sacred
Scripture arrested for murder showed John 17 %Om) 1t'III
f rw ea petrel 4t,. of CathoHeitm" and ( ) had! convoked\ an ecumenicalcveineii |
they had an average oflevtn One of Its chief! pan Metropolitan lakovos salt:' It
Almost on the same day la editor of the Catholic review arrests In 16 1 years, and that Yon ran d. this by railing lower. would he tit achieve his church was interested si

I Psalm appeals for Inaugurating a "crash pro. F-ccleiia. 4 per rent had one or more attention te the Church'sunity. Christian unity the ecumenical ,"O\.t

gram" against crime in Walls discovered murder charges on their long before (the Second \ "! -
Ills pin for unity, tutu Immenrly
Washington, the authoritiesput recordsMr.' This I. Illustrated In the ran Council Involved the
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fervent Ill additional uniformed \UR.HWCt( ) -Archolo- Hoover renewed his converiton of Mary Sue "Pol- warm per nallly, Catholic>> Church lie cat d 1
prayer policemen on the streets. The gists have discovered the stand In support of local firearms lum, a pharmacist, of !South and the sally .f the Cathode for "mutual help' among

ff......... I..w Nn. e..r.., God Himself bat taifkt aste program embraces walkie- vault of a cellar and fragments control laws and more n.nd.ho relates these ( hurrh mad a I deep derided Impression Chrtitlan faiths In facing t.day's .
talkie radio, more automo from the wall of 14th' for felons upon' me. In
helplessness and forces us almost call Him/ "oer Father" a severe penalltiei events In her life problems,
bile,. eirwrlalVy\ la suburban century abbey in nearby So- who use guns In the commit-- look In the Calhnllc religion
from said
against our wills, to our This Is how It* wants es Ie After graduating had slier Metrololilan lakovos it
and ire what II Ie
knees? If so. then It Is no think ef Him aad talk Ie Him areas, and the like, but the I In IIIC. non of crimes.St. Riley High! !School' "!'". I! ,Is too early to discus the |II'"

wonder that we uacanaciously la thai special f...entt(.i t' went TO innlanalahe| where i I entered an inquiry riais- sibilttr of unity of the Ci < "kOrthmlni
equate prayer with trouble we call prayer, studied at the Mrthodnt Hospital which Father Joha Haley Church and C"
and dn>pre* lea and guilt. This S hool of Nursing After (C' Ii C' war starting at )Holy Catholic Church. He a4.!

Is a tragedyA This Is how the psalmist receiving mv It N degree, I Croat pariah That course rated an exchange program
tovMg chiM thinks of his thought ef Him nod talked! IeHtm k went to the I'nlverwty of Ken brought rut tie divine origin for students of each dmr-h

father not only when be needs He marveled at something kY.. lucky where I re< tved/ a uf the Catholic Church and In tf tl..|ei and seminaries

help or deterves punishmentMost we take for granted se is (tie authority bestowed upon Metropolitan ,lakovoi said
often In fact M shares early the fact that the\ ene r car trji; Sister wins it to tenth: all Mtwft. Ms eipluttofl from '{ ,'t) '

his joy with, t him confides t. true God \before whom another llvl.TIMoKr' : ISO Thrrrlp To (.....n. III unity was not the way II s

him his hopes led dreams supposed, I' d a 'IIIvaiuth fee, j is called K'rwtrh Toatt rhrnt affMitntod Peter its should/ happM-" It IS Indi alive -

and plane and projects, Hit* the aothUcneiswheh .tt w y ed Xhti'Tip Sandwich It fee "h"d ami, promlaod to be with of "the ...kn,,. of r
thanks him for hue care sod they are, has loved us s s turn. a salad mixture of him and" Me tuM-OMArs all times," he declared thatnnreflt >
with and called us lute Intimacy days The ball lane ef Popes
protection and laughs f st. him at the good times they with Himself bead spread. with cream from Peter to the presto Me added """"re Is M iesjMct

have had together. He has done and continues r>.<.<..f! then, French toastedad pontiff spaas !*. rulwrles Stir indlvidtiali"
te do so much for ni everyday fjimihed with crisp and shawl. the .Mortify of the

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Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, August R, 19115
president Joins Church 1"r _._u___

WM: PLACID, New Ynrk .
First U. S.
for Catholic U. (NCI: Kale Smith, singing meeting __ .
star of the movies theater,

radio and TV, has I been received
in Puerto Rico j Into the Catholic Further plans mapped by

Faith The 56vear-old song
WASHINGTON: (1\(1: ) -8''
stress was baptized ''Julv U3<
ther Theodore E McCarnck and received her )Fast Hob! Catholics Presbyterians

JS, director of development Communion the following day ,

and assistant to the rector at in St. Agnes church here WASIII: '( TSCICatholici(: ) and Presbyterians,

Catholic t Diversity of America She was born in Greenville at the conclusion of their first meeting at the national

hue has been named Virginia/ the daughter ol a M t dt level, have i issued a joint statement drafting plant for
Catholic father and a Presbyterian :
president of the Catholic I'm- bringing: their two churches closer together.
mother, but never was
versitv of Puerto Rico succeeding baptized until her conversion r, The head of the Catholic delegation, Bishop ErnestL

Father John F. Mueller Miss Smith attended convert Unlel'koener of Charleston said at a news conference

S.MFathei I classes weekly from March, following the daylong meeting, here on July 27, it had

McCarnck: : ordained 14 until last April In Lake "met with my highest ex-

in 1958 has been assistant to forth\ ,, Florida She wag in. 1 M pectations." concerns one focusing *n
W r+ theological that
Bishop William J McDonald, st rue ted bv Fathn' Sean issues should
rector of the Catholic t'ni- O'Sullivan! assistant! pastor! at The BIshop said that the involve us as separated Chris

\ersit of America since Sacred Heart parish there 'h/ first session brought about bans the other focusing on
"a bond of friendship and a the common task we face together
1963 He is also president of She loft Florida for La 1.8J'lacid
bond of unity which augurswell as believers bearing
the National Council for the in April. Here in St "
for future meetings witness to Christ before all
.SpeakingRI Agnes church she was baptizrd -
Spanish Beach and
club leaders Quests mankind. \\'
Richard L. Davies of Washington ear. sure that
and received her first -- -- --- -

shop F re in lot Torres Communion from Fathei) Albert Newly installed fleets of Our dent; standing Father Victor Jac- Barber, corresponding; secretary; Presbyterian laymanwho these concerns must not be
Oliver Bishop of Ponce P.R.. chairman separated from another.
one
as of h i schurch's
made the and fi. Salmon of St Mary'sparish Lady of Louideg Womm'i Club in carini S.J., Monsignor Irvine Nu Mm. Thorns M. McDonald, historian -
appointment committee for ecumenical We have decided that the
said Father McCarrirk: would GlenfiPld friend Father:NY .Sal.a Daytona Beach art pictured with gent pastor of Our Lady of ; Mra. Martin Barren, deanery relations headed the particular thrust of our discussion .

probably assume his new mon longtime administered the last giieftta at the installation. From Lourdes; Mrs John Dooidan.! out representative; Father John P. United Presbyterian Church will be a joint exploration

duties on November 1. rites to the late Ted Collins the left, seated, are Mr. William going president; Mri. Sam Jack. Caulfield and Father Brendan C. delegation, also voiced his of the theme of reform

has bun at Catholic who was Miss Smith's manager McDowall president; Mn. J. son, treasurer; Mi I'll. Joel Sayers, Donnelly 1CIyi "greatest enthusiasm" over and renewal as a continuing

University since 1958 and has for more than 30 years. Frank Bowen, sword vice pre i. installing officer! Mr., Marguerite ''the fellowship of our wor process in the life of
ship together and our rela the Church and its people. By
a master'i degree and a doctorate "
lions. this we hope to highlight not
in sociology from the '
university H. also holds a 1f t i Bishop I'nterkoefler, whois only man's role but also the
AnniversaryMass
master'i degree in history chairman of the subcom- role of the Holy Spirit, and to

mission for talks with Presbyterians search for signs of His activity
from St Joseph's Seminary
Dunwoodie, New York w draws of the Bishops' ecu- within, the Church, withinour
men 1 lea I commission announced separate and common

that a steering committee worship, and In a fresh encounter
.
Daytona Beach CDA interest had been set up and with what He is sayIng .
asked "to meet within a to us through the voice of

month" to map out agenda the secular world
ST. PKTKRSBtRG-Catho.: :
and 8 date for the next meeting For this purpose we envision
HeRrr.r.ra he Daughters of America\ in He said the next full that our future association

en thin area will attend the 400th meeting will probably take will involve doctrine,

\ anniversary Mast on September place In November worship, and social action In

255.3681 I at the Mission of Following .Is the text of the an ongoing search for fidelityto
127 N.. Atlantiej the Gospel of Christ.
!Nombrt; de Dios in St.. Augus joint statement!!
tine. The discussions, held at the

........_-.. I We have met today It fel Georgetown Presbyterian
II assuuoNN Of'' ", lrI. Alice G. tchrldell, low Christians, conscious both Church, were marked by

/P000, Mate regent of the CIU who of the unity in Christ that we the same spirit of cordialityand
installed for St.
: : CDA officers Augustine court
: wsu sisvro awe resides in St. Petersburg<<, 'will enjoy by virtue of a common frankness evidenced at

n NNrtOLYMlmoO.I"" hrad the members leaving by Baptism, and of the earlier this
<< disunity meetings summer
.--_..... Mr*. Frank Scheidell, state re- Mn. John McGulnnesa, representing Hartley financial secretary; chartered but on September as churches to which we have between between other

't, gent: of the Catholle Daughter of Mr. E. L. Emery, monitor; Mn. J. 0 Joins, historian ; Mina 7 for the events In the Oldeit all contributed and for whichwe delegations appointed by the

America, traveled from St. Petersburg Mr. A. A. Reyes, lecturer; Mr.. Mary Uaina treasurer; Mm. W. D. City.Arrangement, ask forgiveness of God Catholic Bikhops' Commission

r.. : to install the new officers of M. L. Berek, prophetess; Mis Wallace, trustee; and Mn. Edwin and of one another. for Ecumenical: Affairs

ewa.n. the St Augustine court 23, CDA: Glennie Mae Lopez, vice grand regent Beard, musician. made for sight are being I the Our consultation has In, and representatives of the
: seeing on
from. the left, Mis. Fred Meeki, ; Mr.. Rcheirlell; Mr. Ruth tourists'' "tram" the afternoon eluded both clergy and laity Episcopal: Church and of the

trustee; Mrs. Guy Amaro, sentinel; Webb, grand regent; MM. Mary of arrival, dinner at the nf the Roman Catholic and major Lutheran churches In
United PresbyterianChurches the United StatesDaytona .
private dining room of the
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Dutch as an expression of
I 1 Pantry and overnight
condemn I accommodations at the )Holiday the belief we share in com Beach
"... aA Bishops proposeddivorce Passerby Inn. mon in the priesthood of all
*..(. M a ".... *!.... recovers the faithful.
Biiff.t Iunch.. "It was decided to make it
Jiillf ItondP law in Colombia zucchetto blown an ovefnight trip" said MnScheideil Our purpose today has not GIRO'SCuttoit
"" Thru rrld.cAn JX been to arrive at premature
"in order that all
..I.. \ Tea Coo satear ronehieioiw but to clarify the M.d. 0..,..
'l.rt could be
ntHOT.Th., : : of Colombia have refcted and betterable
( Bishops from head
ChlMrM 1'niOr' con- Pope's to paiticipate In the direction our hilnre meeting Carpet S... I Service
to .llalinqutt drained the civil divoice law and pro-
proponed obligatorycivil should take We have
dm ..;.
2 SO N. D
C\STKI.\MIK: ; () ), Italy"ft Warn the day will offer to the Froo.ty
.1 Sswl; Home Appli.nce Sorvice mamage: eeiemony before the Colombian congress Catholic people covered two clear tjpes of N.. Smyrna 44I-24I1
I'llft r1/r/. oil wlliiKilCall to the doe ( pope Paula white
aa contrary
Facilities 255-5236 held the Ilie, Catholic Daughters Interested
by government
skullcap flew off in the windas r'wNN..8N.ee.N.e..N.A .
evtitable fir Pita III tut Wn..i lltilit, tune of the Church proposed law Mould make in making reservations for
he rode the Alban hills
In Furniture
tools
sal Illlinn '!/' "'"'1 a.nr
.
up t. 400 portent In a recent statement to civil marriage ceremonies obligatory near his' summer home here this round trip are invited to MUST Reading For G'Mtfta! ; Cads
telephone/ Mrs. Neva teno367l577
and civil divorce
the pies the Bishops de- July i 31 >, but it was returnedto
Welcome: Travelers legal.! him by a passerby _hoIlol'pd ) m St Petmbuig. Every Catholic.: LLOYD COX
NORGREN LAWN elated the proposed( law is
to cheer the Popeiunexpected Office: SuppliesCL
MOWER CENTER Furniture contrary to the religious! beliefs The li->hllin| drclured H Unciemnry REBEL BISHOPes.N..N..4NNN..e.4N
IAKWI vowrii AMIoirn Porch end P.ti. Sp.ci"lti'i and tunvUtions, of the ti,> 'preserve the appearance Receivo doors 2.1471
AIR rni\i Rattan Wrought Iron country free (from the harmful \\hile relaxing at his summer .. I Its' North hack Street
.
".rt. .l.t *...1.> Aluminum vat iiidjuiity of the Colombian home here on a Saturday
.. germs of riitioltitlnn that for St. Peter'sTIUN
Pk oit-iM t> wlue.r A. people The sttitenicnt
newton 111'AnoeTTOr Highway I Ormond Beach uUrl/allon of marriage I afternoon, Pope Paul became
said the proposal| M also contrary and divorce bring with them aware of the ringing of bells \ BEACON
,
( ITVU<: ) -- A
to the deep ,tooted tradi .
He asked bells
why were
not only for the family, but ringing set of modernistic bronze
Food lion and family customs of II No for. solely in at that hour and wit told Ambulance Service
Italian and American! Colombia and to the grnrril door tips armed at St
cone or
that the annual novena at the
and the satins,
Peter brsilica to replace the
Op" S P.M. 'til I 11 I P.M. ddt brtwrvn Colombia and ohrme of the Madonna delta 255.2406
anent wooden panel at the
ajY C B.nqutt clitiM! the Holy See "It would he a "rioulfault Rotunda was being observed right of the basilicas. main,
The concordat allows tanomtal ," they declared "for in nfllbyIb.no.. enframelathinnrd,

Cloud Mondays Church weddings to Catholic laymen to be indifInfnt PRINTING
Pope Paul dreaded\ he 'would
MART have both ecclesiastical and and Inactive faced with by the Italian
drive to the shrine for latt.r Press and Offset
SAN REMORESTAURANT civil l'1I1'1'I50: special civil these efforts bring made ever artl-t \ ,nand'; rocrlll., the
lee Kariitan-Guliiton a quick but unannounced Cwckm... trio,
c.
.
is the diMtri will be n9
ceremony required by against l the Church and the Installed In lime
vMt. ,. ".-., .
.m. r -1
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Wunde W.
state vital mteifsti of the coun f.rpiUn<< and blessing! <<

114 North each St. 1290 SO. RIDGEWOOD The concoid.it does not t try" Accompanied only by an during the fourth session\ .f CL 2.4214 I JI Mesnet.:

Phone CL 2-1357 recognize! divoue at legal The statement addcnl! "M- aide, the Pope was dross inan the tcuinrnlral: Counril.
2SS-S47t either silly( or ecilcsiastiin : car to the ancient
though the Second \aticanv open|
.. 1'he' eo...'n..b. OIun.1I ,. ." .. .. ahrme, about four miles from Another set of bonnie doors 1.
'' "' nuns ii i> nuking ninny
was' mounted lilt on the
;; UW!), 'j has always been up- changes and reforms/ none of Culelgindolfo, The Pope year Symbol & -TJ
,
other stde of the
n main en E ji q esFlprBres
"Duds For Dudes"PARKER these changes refer to, nor made his vlmt. greeted the frame

.... 'It-':' 1M i.ww.<< "....,. ".rt For saeM Ordinations can they refer to the invariable delighted pastor o( the brine The central brome doortfMMKWred 01 ._...
,. -
, i P.Ii hwlq.w. principles that and began the return trip, rr.nsYOUR-
I': ..... ,.I.441..ria.l.,.. Ih., ...'. OM of the basis Servicelor
...u' _. 1.'o.- ... w..l ....- ",'h .,.,.La. viiNN.1 I : : (NCI: :New. govern marriage: which 'is of .\. he returned le CaMrlgsnitnlfo. .. ca't matterpwres were
Priests ordained In Hi ati divine InhhtutlOn"Th.
10 ... r I "ho.1 II' spa. were the I'ope'i rurrhrlle made for the old basilica by
at hl ked .ff! kit hud Antonio Averulmo in 1445
C/cthoolovakia, at the close that nuking marriage: limply by a (u-t ef wind The dews of 49 Years OWN IUSINUS
of the seminary year, accord a civil contract would be asacnlegioui new conaiat I r .. .' .i. .. __ ,
mg to rcpoils reaching hrie. profanation ofa Tie driver stopped the carbiit eight puwU Une deficit anaafel at" '. ," .
MUSIC COMPANY .
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dvareodmg trMn lirA e < w 4 t <.-!.
In Bratislava, 13 seminary sacrament and before he could gel out a ,
a flagrant .sneer ...1'..... Isc.IIPIIt I" e err frr.I .
Safi R.nt.l 'Instruction
Service M to distribute grace N men .
.
ordained, In violation not only of passerby. who had stopped .. .i "I .I.
for graduates were Church ..'c,.., .. t-
Organs perfect Church or Horn fratn various asa n teuton. is"'
:20! law but .110 divine to wave as the 1'oJ. pawed, .Had
'Olltl'lIt to the 18 tu orddinrd of law .
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Phone' 2S2-l2li 1)4 Volume; Avenue The ether panels. are ronrep- iea'ii w11'
in pies toils >ears. The Rmhop concluded ran up to the car brushing ., .. .. ... _,
by dUll off the white silk skullcap ulna ef the **'en satra. .... su.- ei _.. .... .. .._. .. t,"
In Litomeru, Binhop Fran- that the
m.Mng ,
matrimonial menu oro.s are ,. ... .
"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS SINCE Illl" tisek Toma ek, apostolic administrator legislation of the concordat. In Pope Paul thanked his MM'". lass.,. ......+ ,_ r.",'w. .a.
The oodro doors being 10 Ii. 'n la .. .
and blessed) him at the replaced .iI .
of Prague, olddated lone in Colombia. u' "tar' hum helper| e.., r .... ,... --. .... .w..v..nwa .,..
Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons at the ordinations. In out ol date and a< tuall\ the return trip was resumed were coealrn led .. '., r., ..y .... .. pia--
around Uiw with weed taken
his sermon. he warned then only sure and ell.... tne muni\ MNN..N..NN.N.NN.N.Subscribe --
(torn the _set CeMtwrtini
R.gilt.r.cI; Jtwtltri w PrieMs that their future of safeguarding the i'hura!, 'r
CL 2.2552 American. G.m Society 122 N. leach St. life a< rl'lt'.11vllI be filled familx and the welfare. ef now an tMiilna which prexHH Ivy end Sag l.." Me.*f !....:. N.. ad Used
the church the
oreont
on
Colombia
with heavy sacrifices
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6eaen The Florida Catholic- -Friday August- -6, 19M Variety in booksDefeat



Pope defends, praises of modern dictators told

I
ITLER Moves Eaat" lion of the position of the perience and steadfast pursuit .

chaplains for workers by Paul CarelL Lit. Church with respect to contemporary of the Ideas and actions

tie Brown & Co., Boston social problems that will help to make a better .

623 pp. $10. The first of three parts (of world
: ( ) Pope Paul VI has the book describes the multiplication
dt>- fending him. It meant !being At the international Father Gremillion is that
convecation (
fended the \[ & Association of Chris- able to draw from his heart on Pope John's (of human relationships sort of Priest that sort of

tiara Workers ( ) & they impart Christian often closed and embittered a : Pacem in Terrls encyclical heldin the Interdependence of man His concern that the

values to the but always alive and New York, Senator William men and nations as developed Church may serve man. to

Greeting a chaplains at his summer fundamentally still so capable n r Fulbright warned by Pope John'sanalysis enable man the better to
residence here of good-the magnificent of socialisation The serve God hts led him to his
them words of against adopting a political .
second
encourage- part describes and explains post as director of the socioeconomic -
of of
resources a sense Justice
ideology so rigid that Itlravl'l
ment In the face .
the of .
and extends. the care of soulsto and the desire for peace no room for maneuver.log. development. the development division
their Church and society since the of Catholic Relief. Services .
of apostolate."We
precisely those places friendship love and faith. There have been fewIdeologies
ak industrial revolution The NCWC He has made extensive
where its exercise is less flexible than
know most
very difficult and the need mostur.nt. Trappists decide those of modern dictators third part takes up what Father personal investigations
flrultiei which Gremillion calls the
In many countries. of
such as Joseph Stalin and
uid the Tope great Issues race, national. what Is being done to male
The Pope praised the chap to modify rules Adolph Hitler Stalin's was ism and the world community

life more bearable for thoseto
early years in the lains' changed after his death, 1111.I.r' .
efforts to raise thelevel t the .
,
economy propertyand
whom li
each
day a struggle
chose to work in of the workers CiTEAl'X, FranceC( ., far more stupid and .
beyond work, rich and \poor nations. for existence rather than
sections of Rome. temporal realities "to the Twenty-seven Trappist abbots more dangerous, died with ; reform, revolution! and a cause for thankfulness to
that it It not point of true and complete from all parts of the world him. Ideology; population growthand God.
lent or objective humanity -Just, free honest, have taken stepk. to modify Paul Carell's book about responsible, parenthood
religious -in one word some ways of life in their the nazi Invasion of Russia and freedom and peace. These enquiries, as Fatheriremllllon
which questions the Christian" order which was founded during World War II .Is a ( describes them.
your work or here nine centuries ago lucid example of the way The posltlna of the Church point te how human living
unfavorably with Pope Paul said that the blind Idealists destroy. themselves with respect te some ef these. ran J be Improved and God
usual pastoral life accomplishments ef the chaplains The principal effect of the and others problems It still "being clarified made tlslhle. te mss
had justified the ministry decisions appears to fl\e and developed, particularly
it, or which re of Priests among workInf local abbots more authority s. M a ay dermal soldiers In Vatican Council H's Father Gremlllion in his
harmful to the people rrgardlng ways of adaptingthe massed on the Russian border Schema; I). work has traveled far penetrating
is Intended to severely Isolated life .fTrspplst thought they acre en the human Jungles r>(
parting Christian Also the Priests efforts had monks to the demands Tomb of St. James the apostle maneuvers anlll a (few. mo- In hundreds of dioceses the earth As the facts of life,
the world of labor. made such work appear out. tf moderai times. menu "before the fighting around the world zealous as well as the 10of God

""', OB the ( standing In civil .wisdom East ...., parishioners of' St. deal of Santiago dt Compoifctt" started clergy and laity seek new and neighbor drlvt him toseek
The abbots also meredignity suffered and froto to and better means of accomplishing
wisdom gave They
courageous pastoral solutions, he becomes a
gird jour work as Joint" porch in Orlando ctlt- i is thu tomb bearing the rtmoms
I I and authority to death In light uniforms dui old objectives, and
charity and Christian sacrifice persuasive teacher for he
I'ope Paul said b..... floe fttitdty of St. of St. Jams" Spcitl pilgrim.
Brothers Henceforth, Brothers ing the first Russian winter to describe a great deal of weaves together the facta
James" the Grtttor apostle and .i com here en foot from til
,
tg
"1t Is not an "Ixtve for the worker Is the are to wear the same The of Ztbtdt of Spain. During this because nasl leaders had decreed this activity and to make It with. deft. background of htatort'
martyr ion yr
pastoral toil to "' of habit ai other monks, will the war would be over meaningful and vital to the sociology and econivmics '
most important part your end St'omt' St. James wan the Erl', 1 Holy Year, ceremonies" : .
of a Priest is apo tolate." he said. "Lovinghim have a vote in the election of older brother of St John the St. Jams- patron of by the first snowfall Finally reader requires a'ut eiOTHF all made as easy to

though the nature means being clone to abbots and will be able to apostle end tvangtlift, Ht Spa n- eulmin" .ld in a pilgrimtg surrounded and fined with read as a diverge and compile

istry leads a Priest him It means understanding form their own communitieswith war called "the Gt.o'"" to d;i- of youth to the tombon defeat, German generals :R TITUS a ted world permits.
normal precincts him and learning about him. only a few Priest members tinges him from the other St. hit fit day, were denied {permission to By John E Rjan, NCWC.

this does not "It means" Pope Paul continued Jom.., the opo.':!., who was surrender "What Is Society? by Gordon
It was decided at the meeting It li interesting to note that '
differs from the es< esteem for probably of shorter ittturo.Ho Zahn hawthorn New
having here to auk the Italy See !Stalin proved more lien oble ORLANDOWINTER
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among
lion of the Priest. chant their office in the ver by Our Lord. Together with with defeat, he rehabilitated 20th Century Fncyclopedia: of PARK
PriestsLFOPOt hundreds of officers
Congo nacular. St. P.ttf, they form the mont Catholicism
The abbots, mel under theeodership prominent" group .t .R the im- catechisis to nrrvlouslv eauhlerrd from "
Seeds of Destruction
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ORLAN : millE: (SC) army pint
of Our Lord'slife
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coinrrr' pelf rebels In southern the Order of Cistercians of martyrdom in she year 44 A D. l'011e| I'aul1 has warned Stalingrad! lest than (t". hope."Adsentooro.. 2001 N. Ortngt Orlando
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ElRht The Florida Catholic Friday Ancust B, 1965

exiled from Cuba relates ----

Says Council gives men new


terrors of communist dictatorshipBOGOTA role in combating atheismBOLOGNA

Colombia (NC) An exiled Cuban Priest sufficient" reported the

has said here that Castro h:as tricked the Cuban peoplep Priest Italy (:.NC: ) In an interview published

mto a communist dictatorshiThe that is a "reign of terror." "The farmers willingly r July 30 In an Italian Catholic newspaper, Jean Guittonof
gave their land to the state in the University of Paris, the only layman at the first
who refused to
Priest the soldiers told the man that exchange for promises of etUti, ''h 1 session of the Vatican Council
by 8 invitation
the for of the
give his name to press him to
his son had reported tools and machinery h* said.
(tear of reprisals on his family the secret police. "This is the cheated. late Pope John tells why the Church needs the lay ele-
till in Cuba claimed that the which "But they were menta in the crisis of to-
fear and uncertainly in
The promises never materialized about" Jean Guitton
con-
of Castro are a da :
promises Cubans now live, the Priest Even the $million timed."I .
complete fraud. said worth of medicines that the "It is necessary to reevan-
Like I all of Latin America, gelize these who have
The number of political United States governmentgave men see two functions In the
Cuba was a land of a.t'ry prisoners and other "enemies in exchange for prisoners heard the Gospel and rejected Church. One ii the vertical,
fox rich and very many steadily increases it. Such men threaten to mediating priestly function
of the revolution" went to Russia instead of
poor," said the Priest "The he related 'Some to the Cuban people." a. spread over the face of the The J Priest takes! the world In
people wanted to believe Cas earth and create civilization his
cells have as manv as 40 or a hands and carries it like a
tio'i onuses. The situation without God. If the
pi 50 prisoners who take turns Church host to God
was rile for revolution sleeping on the damp, Pope lauds paper wants to ace up to this situa-
'The other Is horizontal the
"The hope of all Cubans cramped floor" he said"People tion it is necessary to mobilize
SPRINGFIELD Milo all man among men The layman
her sons and give
would
was that ('a tro help
them But Instead he tricked have reported seeIng souriC! ( ) Pope Paul VI them a new education prevents modern man from
trucks loaded with dead conveyed his congratulationsand being an atheist lie doesn't
them Into one of the most bodies which were later imparted his blessingover "The Council I Is oriented lose his soul in the world; he

cruel dictatorships of modern dumped into an open hole like! the launching of the Mirror towards\ an original: and brilliant takes the world and gives it a

times There ii no lonltt'r11II"t' rocks."Prisonl'fI. Springfield Cape Girar- conception of the lay. soul," the Council auditor
and
only fear terror.
deau diocese in a man. said
newspaper includes votive church
tied to trees Building
The exiled Priest told the and beaten or are cut with knives message to Bishop Ignatius J. program "lie Is not an officer! of "In my opinion the Priest

story of a man who, hoping to Strecker here. be outdoor and the the rear guard he belongs to diminishes himself! when h*
Some are made to stand in St. Augustine' 400th anniversary a huge altar mission ;
flee from Cuba, concealed The message from Amleto another His role is not engages in temporal activity.
ankle deep water for weekson monument. at the Mission of Nombrede meadow that will accommodateup army.
several thousand dollars in a The layman diminishes himself
Cardinal Cicognanl, papal that of Priest's assistant
end Food and clothing in a
Dios Include the construction underway to 20,000 before the altar.
cast his arm. When itersons when he
plaster on secretary of state, said the lie has another mission whichis regards himselfas
he arrived at the airport militiamen the prisons I is completely !In.Charities' Pope had received a copy of above, on the votive church. The church is being constructed of different from that of the a clandestine Priest

demanded that he the first edition of the Mirror Seating inside the church will be for coquina atone. Priest. He i 11 a competentman "(hrlst Priest and

have the cast removed Then which began publication April 200 persons while outside there will who has a profession at one was and the same prophet -

14. Enclosed with the Cardin and a family. He is involvedin time, The Priest Imitates hlipriestly
----
al's letter was a holy card on
the social and civic structures the
aspect laymenhis
Msgr. Corcoran s t which the Pope personallyhad of the world and he enjoys prophetic atprct.

written: "Where the Church around the worldFor it. His task is the Chris
gets Charities'conference Spirit of God Is, there also is tian penetration of this world Of the seeming conflict between .

the Church in all its graces" and h* alone can bring this the temporal world and

that of the spirit he said that
post Brazil Named auxiliary Relic of martyr the Church is "the supernatural

Catholic II nntlnunl social from welfare Ia. .N.I>programs Plans theological ROME: (I\c) Pope Paul CUtCS.enezuela (:NOPope :M.\DRII) (OThousandsof ) germ in nature It
must assimilate what is outside .
in the United States named a Canadian mission. Paul named Monsi Spanish Catholics filed pasta
conference,1966 ary Father Francis Paul Me- gnor Jesus Maria Pellm as reliquary of blood, said to itself to render it more

Monsignor!: Corcoran, director Hugh S F.M., head of the Independent an auxiliary Bishop of Caracas be that of the early Christian Y perfect just as any living
of the (olumbui ('athoUcWI'Uare NOTRE IMMK: Indiana prelature of Ita martyr St. Pantaleon, after being acts on external elements

Bureau since lfl, (NC) An international conference coatiara in Brazil. Monsignor Pellm directedthe the blood liquified on the which it breathes into
has been nerving as chairman Father Mcllugh born and transforms.
was
of theologians on'The Caracas Catholic daily fiamra feast day, July 27
of Priest-directors of the in Woodslee, Ontario, in 1924. "The Church alone Is capable
Main Theological Issues newspaper la Religion! for The veneration of the relicIs
NCC and Is I member of Its lie was ordained a Priest of of saving man from the
of Vatican H" is plannedby :30 years and was vice pies! an annual event at Madrid's of
culture which
board of directors. He was the Scarboro Foreign Mis progress ,
.
dent of the Inter American of the Incarnation
chairman of the conferenceprogram the University of NoIre sions Society on December 8, .monastery without her, would end in a
Press Association
eo m mitt II in Dame from March 20 to 26, 1954, and was a missionary in paradox of self destruction,

10-BI.! head 19UJ the Dominican Republic for as witness the tragedy of

he served Father Theodore M. lies- three years. In 12! he was Managing editorST. Army abuse the atom Man risks dying because -
Ordained in 1943
burg CSC. university president sent to Brazil to organize the BMUI\; : of his own Intelligence
for two yean at St. Joseph Monsignor Lawrence J, PUL (NCIlbert) de (NCI) Stefan Car. unless a higher wisdom intervenes
mission of Itacoatiara of
said council Fathers ,
dmal \Vysz\nski has strongly
Cathedral in Columbus. In Corcoran, Columbus, Ohio, "
Zutter has resigned from the he concluded
and theologians from this which he was superior at the protested the Polish army's
1945 he was sent to the Na
been named
tional Catholic School of Social has secretaryof country and abroad who time of his nomination, staff of the Catholic Bulletin treatment of drafted seminarians a Jean Guitton's thoughtswere <<
the National Conferenceof published in the Italian
Service at the Catholic have been influential in archdiocesan I newspaperhere itI as learned hereIn .
University of America from Catholic Charities formulation of Council docu Change to suitsnHl'M to become managing a letter sent to Marshal l Catholic newspaper LAve-

which he graduated in 1947He Washington, D.C. He succeeds menus, will present papers. in EI.S (:NO-Belgian) editor of the diocesan edition Marian Spychalskl minister nir* Italia

was named assistant di Bishop-elect Raymond three major areas 'Re Franciscans have been given of the Catholic Reporter in of national defense, the Car

rector of the Catholic Welfare J, Gallagher\ recently liglon and Revelation," "The l permission tot'ar black Kansas City, Missouri dmal cited bizarre punishment A .ar LARGODORE'S

Bureau In Columbus and held named by Pope Paul VI Church" and "The Church in suits instead of their traditional Michael Greene, publisher Inflicted on theological

that post until becoming director to be Bishop of Lafayette, the World Today." brown robes in public of the national edition of the students who attempted to

in 10 He also pur Indiana, "The purpose of the confer As a distinguishing emblem Catholic Reporter has aim carry out religious duties. .vat LAWNMOWER

sued graduate studies at Ohio ence" Father lIe burgh said, they are to wear on the lapela been serving as managing One soldier who insisted on SHOP

State University "is to explore the Implications tau cross the shaped symbol editor of the diocesan edition saying his evening prayers 7f LaSalrt ... I.ytN
Hishop.designate!: Gallagher, t of the final results of of their founder St. Francis He will continue with the national was subjected to 20 da).' detention On exhibit *...!.. Brpalr.
a Priest of the Cleveland dio Archbishop Cody the council and to draw out of Assist edition De 7utter an ,. Others who attempted vsr.IN .
.
ese. will be consecrated NKW: onu1: : (:NO) their influence on Christian editorST. alumnus of Marquette Unlvermty to observe fast days were .....IIrN... ...'..IAItI 1 w,
there August 11 In the Cathedral Archbishop John J. Cody will faith in the years ahead The News has been on the staff forced to perform extra field Among the paintingsfrom .... ".". T....

of St. John the LvanKclist leave New Orleans bv train spirit of the st'ssionsI ill be rUL, :Minnesota (:\(') of the Bulletin for the! (list exercise'* wearing/ full equipment the collection\ of AmbaMador .

: by Archbishop Fgidioagnozzl : on August) 22 for Chicago. that of attempting to bring to --Paul J. Deegan, :28! has three years lie previously The Cardinal asked Celao Pastor of
\' Apostolic Delegatein where he will be enthroned fuller light and fruition the been appointed news editor of worked on the St Paul Spychalnki if the Polish army
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