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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 27, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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i ST. AUGt'STLNE A concelebrated High Maw on sion and the observance of Patrick J Trainor, St John, Mass In America on September

the ground of the historic Mission of Nombre dt Diot a Eucharistic Congress St Petersburg Beach Mon. S, IMS.

here at noon September 8 will observe the 400th annh'friary
VOL. XXVI No., 43 Orlando Florida The Mass will bt celebratedby III nor Mortimer Danaher, The Mats was attended by
Friday, August 27, 1965 10. of the beginning of Christianity and civilization in Archbishop Joseph P. San Jose, Jacksonville; and the Spanish explorer! Captain

America.It Hurley Co-celebrants will bet :Monsignor John F Wells. St Pedro Menendei dt Avilei
will be the first concelebrated High Mass In the l x Mon.l norl' Monsignor Margaret Marv, Winter Park and his crew who settled the

Diocese of St Augustine elite the rite was restored! by James J. Heslln of St. Father James F Otoekler, first permanent community in
Pope again appealsfor decree of the Second Gen Paul] parish I Jacksonville Pinellai Park will be the America 55 years before the
months there will bt the principal of
master
ceremonies landing of the Pilgrims at
and
tral Council of the Vatican. Beach president of the .
The Mans on SeptemberS dedications of the monumental St A U I u. tn.l Foundation; Plymouth Rock.

will be the first of a year 200 foot high Crons, Monsignor Patrick R, Nolan The :Ma wilt be celebratednear Several thousand Catholic
VF, St Paul, Jacksonville the place on the Mlmlnn and visiting dignitaries art
long series of events mark the restored Cathedral
of
in world Monsignor George W Cum grounds where Father Frail.I expected! ( to attend the forth
peace tog the Quadricentennlal of St Augustine, the Votive mlngs, Church of the Fplphany tiara I Dopes de :Menlo fira coming concelebrated] Mass
St. Augustine. In future Church at the Oldest Mis Venice; Monsignor Jules offered the first parish ,'hlt'h11\ be held] at the out
door altar of the Votive
CASTJlr.SDOII'Oa ( ) Pope Paul VI has John XXIII "And Then r 'sh y' 'i'I"" .' ,"\" ,,\, .,... ..,... "'v' Church, The church, still
aln appealed for )' peace, especially peace Came a Man 11 .y :,", "' 11LIOI under construction, ia part of
within nations troubled] c 0', .'.. the quadricentennial con
t \' ',
demonstrating in recent I'ope Paul had invited students
Ideological conflicts.Speaking v ,tr '' because of the ouster' staying at the nearby Foundation
the St. Augustine
from the f former Premier George summer villa of the seminaryof r a non profit organization

tf hit summer home here by King Con the Congregation for the of Catholics of the Diocese of
'.)
August 22, the Pontiff told Propagation of the Faith and St Augustine.
crowd gathered below Pope Paul added: other students to be his guest Guests from Spain will in

they must CD on praying ( "Me must for in the garden of CaMelgandolo. elude It General CamiltAlonno
pray pf'are.molll
peace because, even The students ate fruit and Vega, minister of tht
peoples, for the cessa
drank soft drinks A Interior Antonio Garcia Rod-
there ii some lotterywas
of armed conflicts both
to be found in the atomic they are still tragical- held with. prizes of hOly rigors Acotta, sub secretaryof
armament talks taking pictures, religious statues and tourism of the ministry of
In and where
progress
in Geneva, events a concertina The winner of Information and tourism
have been dangerously
Jose Luis Morris Morrod.n.dlrl'l'lnr ,
such the concertina gave: an Impromptu
art disturbing, as
only recently quieted: In
]local administration
of general
concert Italian
in Greect"These Far East: In the :Middle
,
folksongs for the Pope ; Angel! Sagas, director
events" he :Near Fast, In the Tone general of North Amert
"makt ui realize that In the Dominican Repub Later the seminarians and can affairs, the foreign ministry
before a peace in the other students from nearby i Vmrentt Ibarra Berg,
race wt need civil and ()(' Institutions Joined the Pontiff
peace, peace within nllkln.troublf4 "Let us pray that the will in the audience hill at Cs Farina, director general, Banca -
by conflicting! peace may rise again and gandolfo for the movie preview Credito Local. Alvara
work favorably and Afterwards Pop Paulcongratulated
logics, which result] In Armada Condt dt Rtvlllagljldo -
new negotiations! and produ'fr'in- v
'
disorders ind evils
descendant of the founder
<<
possible La Bella and director
might degenerate-God tense I
of St. Augustine who possesses
bid-into worst evils. V> t The same day as he made Ermannt Olml for makingan 5 Gti the title, Adelantadt
for the Pope uplifting! movie and urged "
thinking especially of Greece plea peace I (governor> de Florida; Fernando
a country with a great 11Im.In hundreds of seminari those present to Imitate the 11.r"111.., Mayor of
the history of civilisation In preview. an Italian simple and great virtues of Avlles, sister city of St Augustine
Thousands of Greeks \' on the lift of Pop Pop John. : Joaqutn d* Kntrambasaquas -
I
It"C r ministry of Information

Work translation of and tourism; and
on 3I' Javier Rarroto, architect of

I the Casa del Hidalgo complex
In St Augvutlnt.
English showsMW iij, i "
liturgy report 1 lit Spanish government 0"( I.
rids from \Va hlngton will In-
aimed at producing In such fields as pastoral
: lURK (SC) ( I Iud. Ambassador Alfonso
a common liturgical text Engliah-ipeakirs Catholic Utage, theology and liturgy Merry del l \'al, Aguirre do
this week Involving attic, and musical adaptation Career minister of the Spav'
a throughout the world as
Present plans call for establishment Cathedral continues in St.
] ",rrpreenlati\ea of the United States, progress Augustine Ish Fmhasiy. Luis l. rsBalletterni -
of a central office
counsellor of ln
England F.nftI lh. Scotland, Ireland in Washington, D C. with The Cathedral of !It. Augustine membmd on the church calendar picture cf the ancient church In formation, Spanish Embassy

South Africa Australia Zealand, India and l an American Priest-as yet la In the procena of bring remodeltd on August 28, and In Cathedral Its present renovation program and Carlos M. Fernandet-

Pakistan. *nflam" J-as secretary' aa this year's feast ctSl Av pariah with an annual trtduum heldin shows the extension to the rear of> Shaw, cultural counsellor of
Nearly 60 minion In the En H h-f 'aVlng U developing<< a common gustlnt occurs" tomorrow At Augustine hli honor at this time of the the historic building! The) extension" the Spanish Krrbiiiy:

work would be affected, |*r rent of them In Uw FnflUh liturgical" test the of Hippo patron saint ef year The trlduum at the C.thf'<1ralLYt'f'um of the roof la practically completed Father Michael V Oannon,
Crated a acts.Work .. ArchWshop aye, all evicting director of the Oldest Ml-
the Diocese and Is rill tloo This
Is progressing' .. thought would take from editions of the liturgy of the parish city iwS tomorrow. lion!, announre that the n':"
to M ,e.. Mats and sacraments art It .
for the tnn.'rf'heJI".1!
sir
fy tonlv' on this \ "
common market" project, "It! MW appears however," be considered Extension of Cathedral MaM will' 'b* diriKted by Car

cording to Archbishop Paid| writes 'Oat the revision roll Thomas Andrews Mr Andrews
Ilallinan" of Atlanta H. not require so beg and new dimesan dire t.>ref
scribes its development nw project win accord New Sister arrive church music, Is a resident

Its future prospects in! b* accelerated" nearing completion of Kt PetersburgA

article In America The work It being tMnll..11'd to teach h i,n TampaThe special altar of logs similar
Initially, Introduction of by as International epis lo the one built by the e.-
common Fngltth test wit committee fee lltHrt\ 8T AKJI.STINK: The extension of the Cathedral wilt I tie shrines In honor nf St. plnrert fur the lI"t'Man al
general-
be svnchronued with the English: competed of It T.Ulr.Four Sisters FranruK-nrn' la nearing completion" It wa a reported this week by Mon J M.h| and fit Patrick, the Mission U bring ron
reu IOlnn l of the Church of St Francis new on the ate la at VUltnova. I'efirwyl The Mat artists and arch tlrurled on she grnnndi of
.,.. atgnor John I'. )turns, |*sl or. The work U progreiMtlng
railed for In the umftll' erne of education in Flnrvda ,vans! and the !IIhIt. stRpiptany tats have l been etJMuHed, hv the Mlttlvn.
ccunc0's! Constitution on !! The comn :ttet Is emi 1'j"l "' arrived Monday of l 1ft Tampa art favorably and the roof ia practically completed" on the hi'linc' the firm i>f Eugene:. F.
L"ariaa pr Ject wh. a the servret of 'i";"':>a!Utip.j on from tM Province of tWrcongregation historic edifice Kennedy Jr of 1 HottonIt The colorful outiloor cert-
'fast week to teach at the travertine marble to Iw. is noitworttiy that the monks wlllllK'luet. a milItarY
.. located at
Rpljhanv, of Our Lord SI AitfuttiM'i, Cathedral used to wainscot the walls, Cathedral has not 'boon honor guard and a gn'ip <"fSt
Sell -11.! Tampa. They are Reeding In Pennsylvaniafather lat great it>Miali atrurttir Th marble for the walls will changed significantly 'In Its Augustine retidents wet

the first C'TOintinHy i>f the nubp A Rtfrt added. to th* city's anrleirttaylte IM eight. feel high around thMi hurtorltd! farads and wallsprowrvMj will attend the Mass In therothtll'H"

Rernardme Fistrrt of the CUR I*** tf Epiphany *. Is near the ,point In of th* ClhHrslOrnamtnlal frees taw original of the Hth centurytipanlth
Q of Our Lord ,pariah, WM at built .Ky the ApeeNh. court. V
I'
Tb'rd: Order Sfranrl. tfc. Tampa I IfrtftiMtMiwI I Air the remntollng' nw, hero t cnnlraitlniiwarbU
I' be ec'ah:: ';-d !I.' Torida) pmt M August M In meet the the MtaM a tack of booutificatsM background<< ispUarwl NanNNaN5,544,4,44N4NananHM,4,5444444444N4544N444NSchool
for the remiss located
Ritters awl gent them' In the of IM "to'rlor will
well. I Mtiad the snout calendar
same of 1M perishParlahl.eers begin! Th Installatmn of aireMutttmimg altar This m..4a will b* e.

L wilt\ .base a durtt It almottcwnplet r.*.d. In carved wows| cad Diocese of St. Augustine, Florid
sow rhinre to ,b",eme acquainted *, and when don will finished/ bwrnlaiied gold. and

with the Milers en Kondt* permit the important Interior grille The sanctuary floor 1965
tftrriKMi" .tvteat h. Iron t work to get' underway will M. marble of ts klwtt
(I. I e'rh rk. Th rerepeks( la The RIetood focrm.*t AUfl :31 Opening ef IC'h1MM"
.lane ef the Aides will h* (*" 1. \\'. Mb U I. of (lev* chapel I win bo ftlffNllt A Labor Day no daaaetOCT.
r .held at the pariah racial, .ball, land and M, AogaMlne, trrhl- through an Interior ardtway,
nil Fail: llaana AtriraeTampa. tort e mmlt.l
Saab, flee I. gates This cheWy. detwtMch I NO1 AMUntets" Day notUaaea
Tlia Ittl week l. Inspect' and H 'I. 1 located In the! woofteaneept 31 Beor report due
Abler' M C.MlMi* 0 5' Isth approve lIMo marble for the
....... ., tilt school altars hear and shrine 21 Thanksgiving hW k)"* begin
Other .....,. an UM staff are in th* taet iraAMf It tie at ttMt ef classes
Sitter M (Jrf'... 0 J P While in Italy h'* sill chock L4y chapel l I Is addition these.
20) CH.* reaerne
rl''r fitter M ......... OFF 'i
ttMlltsttr M ..*., OftrTt Di C.JAN.. A Feast ef the Immstutatt. Cca-
.. Katars tract their I Bishop warns of conflictover teptkan-.e elaacesM

f..i-1rn| etch to Enraiw rUse Chrtotma/ MHaya bftn 't
iMsMbi t< KM IMn cttwy -
classes
of
issue of authority flown
Tfcjr cs M ftt UHMtt

*/. to MMrTaNrstcaw, I 1966
a I *f dM ...,.- I'ORJI.\\UO"I") (NC A Bishop> warned hereof

ga Mt) betatg to ..*...rl. aw Ute danger of coefHet In UM Church over the .Loan. cf 3 Iaasee reaoe

lacer ka V e I'ttttM Matt a* HM. tt first tn etr- third
alt loWtly. Th aoh taaR MM .tn .11 lotlkortty ef frrls, 31
yt wei as .ki Africa anal lavth
AateriMIWy aeaetb.ig to Btohop JMHM P 1Knns m. diary tf JH report" due

CM to a Iw. school Pad, MSMM.ota. ... a George VUahtogtaiM. birth>lay
'wee IAN Iraicika of a s.
kt rtonM Father. "avdmkbush aw etoawsMAR. .

Ow. trtkxW far has f.t at New Its' 1.1aig lral A. *.. dewier".. uasph1.d Art 7 Fowtk royort ire
..
t\ell.e rt laot sprMgT ..... said eapeeaema III eee many usaesaln peraia .low jfcJWL 1 stoaor .....,. l-faw at close
ltr-4 .... e.*.Ms .( tWIt ky ".,t. frail VI a*** wee sue din aairwbaths of r....*
'h r rirur.eNry ......-. .........) hid. authority to la* to OM Church ky tbrir .
Sisters join school system in Diocese .....1Irr .ch.. the ad.MeMtaIli. Chink, and MM rr. rtotato lack.IIiIIt.*. .... (Mtiat > 12 Che* ii rttNto
annd" a.nke eae. LM Aqttft and Oisrtjay.UBtVftM ion hid rated ........ II mta rft t tM)

Th Hrst c. trn.ri'; ..' of the: Be".ard.e .___ ,' :a rf i* a.; r ':.e-. TM paiels Mter ... catrac4 Lice ttSJItiaUM e"d / "Ac ....... hhel .. MAT It FtMt el ttw Aaetutie.M -

f.j"''T -f the T'.-d Order *f '-. !-.' .*t I i: ,"..-..J.',, -,'rs w .1).1mee r !rattier IMrdark ...... till srttod tfn IArg Ie........... .kmw tr .....

FnnrU: tf teach bt Florida armed at *v*! E.,''". a* a rec'p'ra on Sunda sad Me Red.oipa'amMeat I........,. .. .........".. A14Mil .isqnl. JOKE 4 ....." lMl g*...kutkfktl )Ql

Tamp ."n V-n4ty, Auftttt 14. tn take \ front, 2 t4> r-m They are from III tt.. oetatsaer of Pal, Lire of IM herd.ee of nlh caner..lslM|, h eaullta* M tTkt .dac..c ( wt wt-4M IIIIIJf ftf school!

up their .iutjp at the Epspiuiry of Oar Mt. fl tattler M DiPadtat. laffr U risk tree, AIuAMop Jangle Plaaeley *eN,," k said. ".* Us dot, flat '.toOMT
.. hNMtalkM
I>.H &hooi to Tampa Father Pfcitto ginrtt HMter M. IA ltoy sad Dialer. U. ... pcsesalaseh Nes.id the eAserth ee o.w 'y'. U lead, U !-*" aM to ftfrtl chow up IWe ... Ie allow. AMNllwl H.4ktoy:

A Banierk C 5W R pastor, welrotBH. Ocneti4a wh, wuif |>ns>rts..l of let ,estl of 1M tptpAara. wwt I..*.. .*., sit fare aw.MS! gnotlns t* rmrx a- Patruai. feat Of paitohFmJfiiiul

t i>-e S'e'em uroet" their Wrlvalfea i l tk b..ul erapewees.. II rraeiasl ".. is wteitiN bully fI ..... tar. aufkwrtr is the <>,,," 'ABlsl1W' feast (if t..*< h ng romnninifvv

RctMiutf. Penaery lv.\s, tt. ...... too Natd MI. i.day stttoct H' II batk pigs .\\'" u,'uu u""""uu"",un n,,""'" "u",,'"




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The Florida Catholic, Friday, August 27, I9W

-- I Holy/ Name/ Banner 1 1WITHIN


FloridaDaytona ReportsSt.
a few days class
+ w will be hum

BeachST. Leo ming and another year of r Meullf James J

PAUL ST LEO COLLEGE training of minds and bodies k

William Doyle, son of Mr, Classes will begin on Thurs will begin In business, vaca .zl
and Mrs William Doyle Jr tions will be over and work 5 DlotfSIlr"'lld.nt
2, for 470( r
of 120 Ponce de Leon Boule day, September will commence for fall development

vard, Daytona Highlands, students enrolled In St Leo( Our parishes, too, .HNS

Daytona Beach has completed College. There will be 248 re r+ will be planning their fall and

his year of novitiate with turning freshmen and sopho- winter programs, and our

the White Fathers of Africa mores registered on August tjf\ 1r Holy Name Societies shouldbe same day. St Augustine
31, Tint juniors will arrive onSeptember .
full
four ready to add their support Deanery has scheduled a
1. Forty
training seminar for parish
young men and women from officers, 1-430; p.m. at Holy
the immediate area will be efj More than that, we shouldbe
Rosary School Then on October
L with our own plans
itudenti ready
day
William 12 their rally will b. heldat
4f8'A The faculty numbers 56 persons and programs to provide for Assumption Church,

Doyle i During the summer, a the growth and development The parish societies where
of devotion to His Holy Same
for men was
dormitory
new the heart of Holy Name lift

completed. Recent improve Your Diocesan Union Is beats, should be ready with

ments include the painting, now planning for the annual their programs for the year.

as well as renovation and air- Most Redeemer Guild command Jacksonville fall convention and this and What you do in the next ten
in Franklin, Pennsylvania conditioning of classrooms: Holy changes ether committees will be fur months will play a great partin
II!, will now travel to Vals, dormitories and offices The and infor the of
destiny souls
nishing reports many
France, where he will begin women enrolled reside at Outgoing; officer stand with the coming season are, from left, president succeeding Mrs Robert mation. you

hit four years of theological Holy Name Priory, where a their pastor at the installation of Mrs. D. Englei, :Mrs. R. Johnson, Mueller, The outgoing; officers are, Wednesday, September I,

studies Mr. Doyle, a grad. new dormitory and cafeteria the newly elected leader of the Mrs Fred Brown, :Mrs. Henry Sullivan from left, standing, Mrs[ Ferrell The deaneries for are the fall making rallies 1S Is the 400th anniversary

uate of Canisius High Schoolin are under construction. Most Holy Redeemer Women'i Mrs D. Gallitano and :Mrs. Drury, Mrs Mueller, Mrs. W. Burns arrangements, the first of which will beheld date of the founding of St,

Buffalo, is a member of Guild in Jacksonville. Officers for E. Taft Mrs Sullivan la the new and Mrs Lester Whitley.Everyman's on September 19 by the Augustine and the first offer
St. Paul parish In Daytona SanfordMiss Ing of the Holy Sacrifice of
Central Deanery On then
Beach. ------ the Mass la this hemisphere

David C. Wilson the son Elizabeth Smith of Holy Name men, as well as
Clearwater Indian Rocks Beach
of Mr and Mrs. Chester A Sanford received the holy family all Catholics, will\ want to par
Wilson of St. Paul parish, habit of the Sisters of Chris ST. CECELIA ST. JEROME tlclpate fully In celebratingthis

Daytona Beach, will profess tian Charity on August 21 at Sunday Masses at St Ce Father Roman S. Gromala momentous day.

hit first simple vows in the the chapel of Mary Immacu- celia Church, Clearwater, will has announced that the Sun On making childreMsgr. / contentedd
society of St Paul on September I lite Malllckrodt Convent, be offered at 11:30: 8:45: I, The parish outing, one of
Mendham, New Jersey. Her 1:30: 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., day Mass schedule at St. my greatest Joys in life, wasa
8, in Canfield, Ohio Jobs C. Kaon New parents often responi' They are also channels ef
Father name In religion Is Sister Monsignor Thomas Colreavy, Jerome Church has been frequent event only a few
from
After graduating to the to whethei
as
question r the life of God to him.
pastor announced. changed to t and 10 a m. famous German but it seems to
Lopez High School, Day Mary Regina THE poet they wanted a boy or girl b:;y years ago

tons Beach, in 1962, Mr Wilson ; <' xnMI """""" ; ,.......",. a d playwright, Wolfgang saying-"It really didn matter t. This is something too many have all but disappeared! in
spent! two years at thlSocllty' I-wr1'f Von Goethe once offered as long as the baby wai( Christian parents are not suf- our complex television age It

minor seminary near nine requisites for contented healthy" They then devote I i I ficiently conscious of. If they occurs to me that the use of
living They are- the of our school buses for a parish
good deal of their time, energy I. are living life grace
Health enough to make money and especial!;:'I' then their sacrament of mats pilgrimage to the Mission of

BrotherStephen work a pleasure, love to seeing that he grow rimony transforms every hud Nombrt de Dios would provide

Wealth enough to support in physical!, emotional man act of theirs Into a gift sn inspirational and joy.

your needs spiritual health. of God. A kiss, a hug, a word ous outing
Strength enough to battle of praise, a correction, a gesture The following is taken froma
Major with difficulties and forsake The wise parents recogniz<( a smile, a frown be. study made by HNS national .
that ,
their role I Ii
r. essentially
#
5.S.P, them; that of devoted come pipelines through which headquarters New Yorkt
gardeners{
rt Grace enough to confess the grace of God flows from Some parish Holy Name Societies
pruning plucking, guiding
1 +..nf your sins and overcome supporting and letting the internal J,* their parental souls into thee are moving away from
them: souls of their children the traditional breakfast following \
of tak
Buffalo and was admitted to Patience enough to toll process growth < Mass and Communion.
place in as Ideal an environment ,. It Is an inhuman thing fora
the novitiate in September until some good is accomplished as possible parent to deny a child the Fifty-six parishes I IB 14

1964, at which time he was e4 ; necessary food or mediciner States were surveyed. Store

Invested. The newly professedwill A Charity enough to see Their inheritance to thrli) needed for health growth It than half of these 31 parishes

now begin studies to prepare I I p p some good In your neighbors, children then becomes one ol r is also an unchristian thing had abandoned the

him for ordination to f Love enough to move you emotional and physical ma'. for a parent to remain la the breakfast in favor of aa evening

the sacred Priesthood Mr. ( ,,{; to b* useful and helpful to turlty helping them to fact! state of am and thus deny a meeting Transportation

Wilson will be known in re r--I\r,, ethers i iralth the challenges!: of adulthood.But child his right to spiritual problems explained the movement

liglon as Brother Stephen ,, .: enough to make nourishment Sm can be as infectious away from breakfast in!
S.S.P. real the things of God this Is only part of th
Major ; es disease many parishes Fathers with
; as a physical
Hope enough to removeall dowry which good parent) young children cannot linger

St PetersburgHEARING anxious fears concerning bequeath to their offspring The supernatural virtues *fj after Mass, but must return

St. Clou id Woman's Club officers the future Money form of course of inheritance Is the obvious anc j i faith, hope and charity are that home mothers with the family car M

AIDS Father William J. II olmes!, above, leaders of the club are, from left, Mrs New all Dt these attributesare while a little financial security I. the gifts of God, but they art other Mais can attend as-

11Is4995 looks to members of the Catholic Walter R. Box, Mrs. Joseph Kessler, Initially at least the gifts is not to be sneezed at f ir n founded os the natural.
"" .f God. But growth Is any .fthem the long run this is the leas't Another teases for t. .
.. Woman's Club of St. Clo ud for assistMiss: Agnes Hasher and Mrs John D,
TMe re..e. "orth UO LeI.te till be hindered Parents who
...,. ,,,,,, ., or important ingredient in contentment i., are optimistic change apper.ntdlac.'tr.4\
'h..1 is
ha in i I this season Conner., Mrs.[ Box president .
ELSWORTH ance parish programs helped by the actions .f man. strengthen the natural founh Is the survey was the turrets-

.u Tr... fund' I'h. ....,.U A child tends to quick discouragement dations of faith They whose Ing crepe .t f Holy Mme a.
Lighting candles when faced wit)h life Is marked by a God Is- th itles
TampaST. Orlando unfamiliar obstacle. Thi good approach strengthen the
an i r
Edouard C. Craig ALPINE JOSEPH ST. CHARLES HONG KONG (NC) "The loving encouragement a n
Contractor and Distributor The all new Nursing Horn Parishioners of St Joseph's Sunday August 22, the St. a lot of little ina
,
people
for the lineal in. Nursing in Tampa are welcoming Sister parish Holy Mme leaders,
for along with him, pointing ou t marked by a steady attitude
Catholic Youth
Charles parish lot of little
Horn Care. .M. places doing a for Holy Name I'roJl't--.dJ.
F A
Virginia new principal
Vises Metal l, Coramie lot of little new ways and letting hirr n of love in their personal rela
Organization had a picnic on things together, cussion of social
867-457J problemssuch
and MOllie T I.s of the parish school. has come along at his own spec d I tlons and with/ others and who
a speaker told Priests
l7-49th St. So 3474101 3456 2li Ave South Sister Virginia Is coming to the church grounds The day an Institute for Social Action.at help develop In him gradualljthe ] trust God have given farr as racism and indecent

the Tampa School from PortChester was a success even though the strength he needs foi more to the future content literature, training the new
Professor John
Chisholm of liturgy studies of the Bible
,
New York
scheduled softball game was the International other more complicate*d I ment of their children\ than
Coady In-
St. Joseph School Is staffed and programs for parish development
Name Church tasks
Holy postponed because of the they can possibly appreciate.
by the Daughters of Mary stitute Antigonlsh, Nova Scotia and apostolic aotion -
JACKSON'SSHOES H1410 Help of Christians. Sister rain. Hot dogs and potato said: "'At have to harnessthe ._ rr .

Angelina }'..M.A.lho has rhipsI ere supplif'dI'llh power of little people in All M parishes covered hi

been the school principal for funds from the club treasury. a program based on the value .f.r the survey have spiritual activities

six years, ii now working in That event brings to a close of the Individual and It is 4 for their men beyond

DON BARDELLA / San Francisco. the summer activities for this here that Christianity can monthly Holy Communion

St. Ptttrtburg year. Now all members are make a unique contribution" "U. think the unity ef corporate '

Manager Pinellas Park looking forward to the (coming Communion, the Inspiration
441 Central Ave S62.l 355 4645 9th Strut, North
school and sched
year a new
SACRED HEART Coming of our public procession
Peggy Stjers, daughter of ole of events and the Indulgences attached

!Mrs F.ugenla Stvers, Pmellai to this public profession
AP HE S *AN I R AlUbnthlvfol K fC events
Park, and a member of the make corporate Holy
: Oontr'bl <$trvtct first graduating class of Sacred Installation of officers for Trlduum to 5t. Augustine, Communion m 0 r e helpful

heart School will enter Our lady of Lakes Council Cathedral parish, August :3ft- 4 wtt than ever But now," said one
FOR AN HONEST DEAL CALL ONEAl the Aspirancy of the Missionary Slit of the Knights of Columbus :S. parish leader ".* stress additional

Zelatnces of the Sacred took place last week at Rummage sale. August 27 spiritual activities

862-2128 Heart In llamdrn, Conneitl Council (Hall, 706 Smith and 28. 8241 Nebraska Avenue I retreats, nocturnal adoration

cut Peggy Is the first candidate Street Tampa, Ladies Auxiliary L daily Mass, Benediction of the
from this area to enter Officially beginning their of Mary Help of Christians Most Blessed! Sacrament b-

FOR COMPLETE EXTERMINATION this Order which staffs Sa term of office are James Hill School, sponsor. fore the meeting, prayers forth

cred Heart School in Pmetlai man, grand knight: : Robert Parish picnic, August 29, 2 de. dead, and so on."
O'NEAL firnitt I fMtC trtl, Inc. Park and St Patrick's Schoolin Pleus, deputy grand knight: to S p m, church grounds of His statement was supported .

2171| FAIIHIID AVINUi, SOUTH Tampa James Nssie chancellor Most Holy Redeemer pariah by the survey., which r.
Thomas Birley, recorder ; 8J23 Normandy Boulevard Try this kitchen treat veiled that each one of the>

Vatican Daily Herman Schweers, treasurer Jacksonville. M parishes covered had at
J. Lea Pollard Paul Kemlg, financial secretary Mass on 400th anniversary least one spiritual activity for
BUENOS: AIRES:!! (NC) Leftovers never linger etables and beef and heat
President : George Volkman, ten its
September I, Mission of men in addition to montlytorpor.tl \
Antonio Cardinal Caggiano of when the for about 10 minutes.
turer: James Aberwald. advocate Nombre dt Duos St. Augustine encore as tempting Pour Holy Communion.
Buenos Aires has blessed the : Bob AnFlhien, war at noonDessert as the first performancea vegetable meat mature Into
new offices here of the Span- a ll/I-quart
casserole
den Robert Jamison Pro-
I : erfin card party and big Sunday roast that
language edition of L 0.- let Jack par Instant whipped' potatoes -
McLaughlin CLEARWATER
Robert
benefit show, September 22, I stars again as Monday
servatore Homano, Vatican
OeeN IAT Watts, Michael Murphy, Cash m Garden Center Ions acce-rdifig to package
p "
/ 1 le Ia nn.NIT. City daily Beef Pi*. Th* marvel of directions Spoon or flute
mar Prosky guards; John Riverside Avenue, Jackson
Leltch this recipe An instant nonfat potatoes over surface of
PIr/I.I1a0 ISINee. I William Brockmaa vtllt. Auxiliary of AH Saints
... ,.". A.. a ,,.f 11,4. TNI.T ST. ANTHONY'S and George Ray, trustees. Home r.Columbul dry milk that's truly a meat-vegetable' mutur If TVt 1 t>W* C., I lee.POSARIES .
......1.' I"A.e.we I..... by r..lr. ii,,,"elC lponl lowest> convenience desired place under broiler -
Day dance, October
HOSPITAL
9 Civic Beef PI ((about 3 Inches from RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
Auditorium. Monday *
------- 400 11 IK Strttt North ROOF heat) fatal potatoes art
St, Ptttriburg Melbourne. Father Gabriel 1- atffetiy browned Sen INI ew a. ... .........
: COLD HOUSE? Modern, Wttl Equipped Council, Knights of Columbus e w.e. w..w"it s 4..w w4S pwI 4Maks[ 4 to 8 servings) rl..w? n... ".-.tI

I Reasonable sponsor ,
uow'm .01 .wW w.wI
"NEED A NEW HEATER?" Conducted at ft Card party and benefit e'm aeon ...... .. ...
by UN tan show October 27, I 1-- THE ORLANDO
,
SiltH' of St. Francis 'twjr pm., I 1 w.w.w w.. MARBLE CORP.
How would you lilt to have a wondtrlul quiet operating Approved South Sid Woman's dub, 1 Al..aRatFeuats $(tfl-M_ R.tra
by
INTERNATIONAL gun.typ. oil furnace, FULLY AUTOMATIC 3444041M JackwnvUle\ Blessed TrinityGuild 1 000.e. 001WI
:
Marble
Am.rice"COn'9' I I Iww wwN I0e and Wtod /
that fits into a space lomttimti imtlltr thin thePar.. httttr noun At*f sponsor ewe r.w 00..404 1..- Finely Haedear.ed Stain..
that you are now u.in97 It can be tquipptd with nr-eondi-; of Surgeons Irs*!* SMt tt flM U. I."b.

honing and will give you year round comfort tt low cost No Farmersgetland Reserve Dram carrots and and peas 2142 Gvlf....., arvel. o....... P'.... 726.3281

more stooping to light, no more far of flooding with oil who measure Juice
ROIINSON INSURANCE AGENCY P\STO, Colombia (t\CI) to make oat nip ot (liquid
forget to light it. No oil being humid when do not
you you
The Oratortaa Fathers ofrato Pour into top of doubt Dot!-
need it. Jutt it thermostat at that i. JOHN H. SARASOTA.BRADENTONShe
temperature
your '.;.... in southwest Colombia erM bouillon cube and
comfortable for you and forget it. 111 U Cntrtl A**. T.r.pl./'t/ C have divided MOO acres of onions Ht to dissolve

Until now molt falls could not afford to put ill a system tilt St. rtttnkurg 22I4I Church land and parcelled it bouillon cube CMRBM nonfat
this. The COlt is moderate and can b* financed, You can have out to farm workers dry milk flow sait and

year round comfort for only a few dollars a month They said they hop that pepper .... ever war. (Oyster Sar

this will serve as an eiampl face of bouillon Beat.stall
Cat NOW for an" estimate hn. the weather i n warm and
b. ready when cold weather comtt. Fowler & Inc. to owners of large land holdUg a rotary healer wttl. tart SARASOTA'S ORIGINAL RAW |ARMl
Payor in Colombia to da\ like Mended Place over hot .... .
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BOWEN'S FUEL OIL SERVICE wise Several Colombian dioceses er Stir coottaatty and rack Pad ... SovfiI T.3 IU.S 411
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General Insurance base already transferred about J minutes or until mu- *"WTwe

: PHONE 862-2450 121 N"fS: North areas of Church landto turf thi. krn stir! in butter INFORMAL INEX'ENSN
Strut Itt-IIH I St.
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Morally unobjectionable for f rl

111:LI'general patronage Can /have and
LURLLD IIARDY'S UA) we guns butter?

LUGIIJVGJO.I) IMG.Mi
Mt'RJtrr.'Warn.: THE question currently agi- gain in revenues will be more
Bros
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I'I Onl110 I IN OUTER the Administra than eaten up by the increase

MMCI" (Univ.) tion's economic advisers Is 1 in the cost of the war.

'MlLLIh)(' E.W whether the escalating costs The choice posed for the

I Magna film) of the United States military John C.0'Brl'8. Administration therefore Is

Mc'ritllv unobjectionable for operations in South Viet Nam whether to postpone expansion
adult and adolescents '- of the war on
will force suspension or a poverty or
JmJ\\D OF K.\\D.IIR., R '.1 Increase taxes
TIN: slowdown of the war on pov
(iCotl I
NTIVTION lioi'r:LLSS BIT : erty. Can the economy, which The decision will be a difficult
\OT one, for the drive to .
improve
SERIOUS (Para t has never been stronger support
KIM.S STom. \ the quality of the national
(Col i both the war. and the new
MILD ON TIlE 81\(11 (Foxt w a at rout of the Met Nam military life ii very dear to the
y'
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i spending programs the Ad. President He would be .
Morallv unobjectionable<< operation are accurate.It m< for adults ministration has In mind! U obvious that there will reluctant to Increase tas

f.Ul'If Of HUE:. .i Can we have both guns and not be enough tai revenues to because the economists rte

,M G.ILI I butter? finance the new welfare programs tribute the continuing growth

MRh\NT; M:VIHILU) Th full cost of the expanded without higher (axes. of the economy la large

i Amer Inter I military effort has not measure to the channeling of
Tl \ Tl L\. LI 'i..mer inter > been revealed The Defense In 1*>61, when President $17 billion formerly paid In

TilE WAR LOW +ilniv t Department has asked for an Kennedy had to order a .,. taxes to consumer purchasing

Morally unobjectionable for additional 1.7 billion for the billion defers buildup for po".r.Until.

adults with reservation, rest of the calendar )Plr. the Berlin crisis, h. cam the decision to expandthe
tilE MOMENT OFTRLTH within an eyelash of asking war effort was made, it
Tint the estimate for 1 IK* Congress for a tax Increase. w 11th. Administration's

IMRLINC. iRiaoli(Embl Film)' Jacksonville women lead St. Patrick's Guild will not 'be submitted until Sine then the economy has hop that another tax cut for

Morally objectionable In Congress meets In January moved Into high gear and tax low Income bracket taxpayers

for all part Father John J. Lraihan, pastor Guild officer are from left standing Mra Pearl Walling M,... Watlinr for the second session revenues 111h40rn IncreasIng would be possible Now the

C.\S \\0\\ 70 has called for renewed excellenceon Mrs. John Marra Mrs. William annually If economic lawmakers are disturbed by
Some
(Emb.) I la not an officer* but she in pictured members of the Con ..
(l\(1\\TI Ml[). Tilt the part of leaden and members .Fewox Father Lenihan Mrs Rav- because she received a lifetime gr. a lion l al l appropriations growth continues at the present Inflationary tendencies r ..
economists fleeted In the
pace figure
I iMGM ) of the St Patrick Ladies mond Houle. committees, however estimate upward movement
president Heated
; membership the
on occasion. In
recognition It will fin OFHR: (AAWvrRT > Guild in the programs for his Jacksonville Mrs. Robert Linton. Mrs. Donald of her hard work and acts that if the war continues In revenues over the Piling the cost of a new

MOZlMBIQlh: : R \US: < (AA I parish. Recently in Ulk>d Bowman Mr*. G. C Bourbeau and of charity in behalf of her r. rlllh. through next year it will cost annual outgo of about 17 bit welfare program on top of the
i *ven Vrts. some $10 billion more than It
Tilt; Lot El 0\"; IMGM I --- is now costing The Presidenthas lion In each of the next five expanded military expenditure
years In other words, the federal would accelerate Inflationary

F\ .
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(Times Film* said that the United
Variety in boohAttains government will have pressures and thus
Notice of change of 'lull.| States' will not give up In Met
that much more money to wipe out much of the gain In
fi> ation Because of changes Nam and that the
opens up
spend In each of the next five purchasing! power that resulted -
effe ted In some of its erotic possibility that this hug out
: years than It had this year from the 1 details thu film formerly watermark in American letters lay may be needed each year
Until th Administration cuts No Congressman would
classified "C" (Condemned i.it i. for the next four or tae
"B.i felt compelled to order the *xpanslon want to put such a aqueei
now reclawif
I CVKnVTHING that writing are seldom anything book! Is divided Into l 1"1* parts, point out. It Is 5000 miles jean of the Vietnamese on the voters la an election
'Morally objectionable inTart E* Rile Must Conerge leis than heaven and hell sal The President Is eager to
for All! i The film remains ene a general surrey. and long from north to !south and military effort It had counted year
and damnation embark on new to
tation
objectionable because \ by Flannery 0 Connor the ether. reglnital<< studies of even at 'its narrowest point programs en this menu windfall to
meet urgent national needs.
ft itt shallow theme and suggestn Farrar Straus and She was mil a preach writer the different eounlrles, ergrnups home JUKI miles wide \\e will 1 lie has task fortes at work finance new programs Rut Pastoral guidesLISBON

treatment Giroux, New York. :69 pp she wai as far from *f countries that mmprUe have gained In knnwledite. t If drawing up proposals for .x. unless hostilities cease earlier (\C) Ii a pat-
$196 that as can be Im'llnd-but we absorb only the hares than anyone expects, the net toral letter on the Ecumenical

the field of his ..hldy.RI81.II pending the war on poverty
her weik' Incorporates such a fads the diversity, of envirnnments Council Issued by the
JACKSONVILLETHE American literature s u f and 'the attack on Illiteracy
Scrod a grievous ton lain Au. powerful) rrllglnus ,1 M lo" that he is dealing with' climate. soils for ending pollution of air and New church Portuguese hierarchy the
gust when Flannery 0Connor (variably l II serve I* Illut- Africa south of the Sahara; diseases' and the like! water arresting urban blight nishop warned against novel

died at the age of 39. Indeed Irate .r Mmtrrllne some Ihr- he hat selected the gogra4i. The many map. and chaits beautifying highway and err (room: n:HV, Australia ty for the sake of novelty.

just how severe the lost was logical truth. cal fact (hat are important In The Geography of Afrl real t l Ion centers checking |tl.C! ) I low to make a hole They stressed that t h *

Hartley Press is only gradually becoming Tim and again her stories. to understand the C'UrrffltJWlhtK'al i an "\ffairs" help one's understanding crimes and delinquency Improving In a hill look like a church lethe Council's Constitution on the

apparent which Is another expose the fallacy of a scow l and economic pr (> of the complexityand educational standard problem of the parish Church has not changed any
'polo Kelly Street way of saying that as time larlum that makes no allow Jems of Africa These art variety of that continent. and training school dropouts Priest In this mining town thing that pertains to the essence

eclttnmlle, FU 3593790 pastes Flannery 0'Connor's ante for the supernatural' or, taken from many source; This, small volume will, b* a In trades and skills !,:veryone digs underground of the Church

stature In American letters alternatively, of a shallow there are also list for reeem handy one for three who wish Thee programs are all part her to beat the xtremes of

seems sure to go on growing Christianity that seeks to mended. reading In follow the ever Important of the grand design te Im hot and cold weather and the

R.1 D>A B O.tYJiSjSUM6AI. This posthumous rftllerthi keep its commitment to Most of us tend to overlook developments.' of the many r'I"Ih.* quality of the n*" ever present dust ST. AUGUSTINE
ll Chrut within, reasonable" the hiik'i Afn. an. countries! tional M.." The underground Catholic:
*f stories sal|. the fourth nr's of the African
fl'C) book hv Miss Connor. I* be bound Her heroes and heroines continent as Mr lYrdham. Py Floyd Anderson, NCWC If estimates *f the addition Church will be completed by.

pabllkhrd, Illimtrstes ,Is) art without except I ton the ......... the end of the year, accordIng
says the special I qualities many wild the Impetuous. fanatics ",. 10= "... ..... ,....1I'IfII'f' er to Father t George
n r.M. Cone. I will have
and near lunatics for whomthe a
that dMIngulnhrd her wtrk8h .
w., .
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words of the Go pel are r
LOItH was a Southern writer not Sunday morning banslttws .j any ether church Insld. 1 eBudgeting

STEAKS but in the same way that but living. burning realities ii It i will b* about 80 by 40 feet

I'M ft *..... ... I,...... Faulkner was-a writer. that Typically she gays her i In area under a hill that Is almost .
11. 4 till is, whose stories are set in second novel the title 'Th SO f..t high After Initial'

the !South and peopled bY \Ment! Bear It Away"-"if blasting tiy the parishioners,

Southerners but which on adeeper being. of court. the kingdomof .. who are opal miners, pneuma
RIMM.SS: DIKflTOKVM level tramced merelocal heavenIn .t tie shovel will be put t* work

-- limrtatiMM' and achieve
-- -- universality O'CeItMr'"OK' Is stilled J.\f ?

, -154- -_1n.S. knee.. M aM0-S4 -. ..-..5Tn' Sn was also a Catholic' now there/ will be M more of c JAMES T.

M.511'w n INN M I 5..10M5411c1 writer but again in a transcendent these "wonderfully' pungent
.
MATHEWS JR.
sense Her ftttionsprings powerful,. evocative tales But DID Our Low Cost

-- from a world view those that already ritot are Old leeks cod Curie
M .... -- that sees lit* In piofonndlv enough to establish her permanent f A Arles Shed Checking Plan

MUriM e I I cruise MtCSMtlutu Catholic, Indeed e*< hatologi Importance as a writer kV*..w. Wlcm

1- ......S._..", IN 'III cal terms. Th i I''ies in herPHARMACY They are going te be read Yu be leap *,. ***H-
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The Life of Our Lord God't world

Catholic CommentGive :,


Christ rejects Satan Do you strive to help others?


every child his due three times in desert ONE of the Scribes r a doc. Who is the real object of our
then the
of law, asked Jesus bounty, absence of

commendable and, happily,,, much worthwhile good has been "Master, what must I do to human appreciation ShoUld
HOW |F the Son of God was resealed gain I eternal life' The not disturb us one bit.
alt result is blank
commonplace it is to hear achieved, the over- Father
to us says St. lawyer expected to hear from Again and again in the Go\.
parents declare their resolve to give, disillusionment on the part of parents John in his first and from
Epistle "it Jesus of some new and revolutionary Leo J.Treae. pels every conceu
their children "all the advantages of f and educators at the alarming growth was that He might undo what method for laving able angle Jesus hammer?

a good education." Indeed, to offer of frustration rebellion and delinquency the Devil had done." his soul lie was hoping, perhaps away at the theme "IAIs

anything short of the best would ban c among our youth U e could not have clearer Frank J. to be told of some kind God in and through your

infringement of the child's inherent Nor have our youth been inconsistent. rebuke to those who think of Sheedform of short-cut to heaven. neighbor."

rights. It they have been given a godless the Devil as no more than a But Jesus did not answer In fact this Is the (, .

All too often, however, well-inten and basically meaningless education colorful extra in the story of "Make the nine First Fridays theme the Christian osp mei.tage. < |.

Toned parents fail to deliver what they why shouldn't their lives' be equally our Redemption or a ," or "Wear a brown .

promise. Instead of giving their children godless and empty It was over a stronger statement of the reason scapular" or "Pray your even as Is our love for God.
why the Holy Ghost led rosary day." No examination of
the best possible education as hundred years ago that the Duke of Our Lord to confront Satanat or did he tempt Christ every To do a good work whichwe science on our part can con.

they Intend, they provide them with a Wellington said: "Divorce religion the very beginning of His without actually appearing Jesus countered with a enjoy doing is praise complete without facing the bt

brand that is incomplete and misleading from education and all you will produce Public Life.Matthew ts is Mi way with us' We question of Ills own ",hat ii worthy enough but it proves question, "Am I sure that
i I
an education that is basically will be a race of clever devils" and Luke describethe cannot know for certain. I written In the Law?" little concerning our love for am doing all that I ran, with.

false and eventually injurious. An education Today, even Arnold J. Toynbee, the testing of Our Lord in think most people feel that Satan "Thou shalt love the Lord God. It Is the deeds of charity in the framework of my stare:

that professedly excludes God noted British historian, laments: "We some detail, Mark limply appeared in human form, thy God with thy whole heart, which require a sacrificeon In life and primary duties to
have become in tells us that it happened. His that the reality of man in and with our part of time, of be of help to others
h! an incomplete and false education, gods technology and Christ at issue with the thy whole soul, and .
one that proves misleading to the child apes in life." Gospel, we remember, U mask of was man worn by Satan. with thy whole strength, and money, of pleasure which or personal St. Peter in his first Epi preference really
to his best interests. It Is another British writer Arnold what he has heard Peter with thy whole mind," the says "Charity coven a multitude -
and injurious If so, it would be a figure of testify to the depth of our "
preach and we of sins. Since
: may Imagine lawyer recited "and chant
To educate means to draw forth, to Lunn, who points so succinctly to the that Peter would find no Satan'i whole warfare, unreality neighbor as thyself"; thy love. The testimony ii doubly is love for God. necessan
t'
develop, and to train those powers and solution: "The answer to the educational pleasure in dwelling on the assailing the real You have answered right strong when there is no embracing neighbor. It mutt

faculties which man has received from problem is a monosyllable duel in the desert For it endeu The first two temptationsopen ly," Jesus approved; "do this visible reward, no self satisfaction by its very nature lpe o.t:

his Creator. To educate man essentially God" Because of the pluralistic natureof with "Begone, Satan"-a with these words "If and you shall live. Jesus to be derived from the sin Sin cannot coexist with

means to develop his two distinctive our American society our public phrase so close to the "Get you are the ton of God." then went on, in the parableof action. love for God.

faculties of Intellect and will. The school system has found that this solution thee behind me Satan" which the Good Samaritan, to How often we have heard It But if it is true that chan1,'

function of the intellect i is to know the involves difficulty. It is quite inconvenient Christ later addressed to It was of the first urgency point out that our neighbor ii said (lor perhaps have said covers a multitude of sins ,it
Peter himself for Satan to find out what it') "After all that I've done
(Matthew 16, Everyman. also Is true that lack of char
truth, the function of the will is to to fit God into our educa- *
of God" meant. It had
23)), that the same Greek "son Certainly Jesus was not for him (her, them) the leastI ty can negate a multitude of
But God is all Truth and all tion curriculum. But all
seek then
good. genuine been used In the Old Testament
verb have
it used
for both dismissals condemning, by anticipation a right to expect is a virtues No amount of
Good. intellect and will solutions involve of for the Meslias personal
Man's diffi
can some degree as a name the private devotions which, little gratitude" But doI e piety and strict observ.
be satisfied till find the culty. Has not the of America (Psalm 2, 7)) But what
never they history through the centuries, would have that right, if our charI- ance can save us if charity u
We should
source of all Truth and Goodness. An been a proof of the dictum that over. follow the duel did it mean* become such a prominent ty Is genuine' Gratitude, lacking, if we live only for
three thrusts
closely
education which seeks to develop coming difficulties is a stimulus, nota Satan, three- times parried by by Did it occur to the Enemy part of Catholic spirituality.The when proffered 'Is a pleasant ourself and our own (ami:.'

man's powers and faculties without deterrent? The difficulty of finding a hrlst. that "son of God" might Jesus Whom we adore little dividend. But if it is God and personal friends

any reference to their origin or ultimate place for God in our schools, however mean God the Son' Hardly. under the title of )Hn Sacred
Read the first eleven Wo do not know if the doctrineof Heart ii the Lord and
purpose Is an education that Is has proven too much. To avoid the difficulty verses tame
of Matthew'i fourth chapterand the Trinity had been revealed Master Whose Heart was Sum and substance
tragically Incomplete and necessarily we have rejected the solution
to the angels beforeSatan'
the first thirteen broken for us on the .
verses cross.The
carped. An education without God is and compounded the problem. We of Luke'eighlna each incident fall. Even if it had, Mary whom we honor

but a preparation of a life without have thrown God out of our public : seeing the whole episode they would not have called with scapular and rosary ii Nature shrivels under

meaning. Somebody once said that an schools. That is why our public educa with your own eye*. This the first two Persons Father still the tame beloved Mother

education without God la like "Ham tion la incomplete and basically un column and the next three or and Son, for parenthood dots whom Jesus confided to St.

let" without Hamlet sound. Is It any wonder that the Cath- four will be a running commentary not exist among angels John. pesticide avalanche

No age before ours has done so olic Church has been "recklessly sacri You will Judge !It "Son of God" had been uur private- devotions certainly

much to give its children "all the advantages ficial" in her efforts to provide her better if the details are present variously used In the Old can contribute to the :'\.\ concern growsat
and vivid in your mind. Testament of the Chosen warmth and richness of our the extermination of
of a good education. While children with God-centered schools T
for Instance (Exodus
The order of the second and People spiritual life. wild life that Ii going on at a
third temptation Is differentin 4, 22)), and, in tho plural, of furious rate. I am not thinking .
the Jewish Judges (Psalm 81 We must make lure, how.
the ,
two I
Gospels. like of hunters But I FII.h"
Father Michael V. Cannon am
most people follow Matthew 6)). Satan knew his Old Testament ever, that we do not let our thinking of the scandal of extermination
of Dies well but the Book of personal pieties overihadow !
Minion Nembre Do Have steadily !in mind who by pesticide rather Julia B.

our most bask duty of all
Job ho must have scrutinized: -
the two
duellists were. than by the
gun
to love selflessly and to manifest ) flb"II.
with. special closeness, for so 5
One was the Second Person much of it was about himself that love In the love wt The college sophomore usedto
CR6At chapteRs inFlorzicatholic of
the Blessed
Trinity, God that
birds
and the high carnival he had show for our neighbor. say and animals
from
all
eternity yet true have
no rights and that'sthat'
at Job'i In that bookII
man In the human nature lie expense The love which we have for It'i not
hiStORY had made His < 6; 2, I. 38, 7)) "sons of quite as simplea
own The other our neighbor must be much
Rod"_n meant_ ___._. tha.___ unfaHrnangels. _..._..... problem a< some moralists who eat the animals that eat
was a pure spirit all intellect more than a passive love In the past have made H out the pesticides
and will, the will perverted, much more than a mere abstention to 1 be
Father Cannons series of historical brought out in book form in Octoberby the Intellect Kill mighty beyond Satan must surely' have from words and actions Stewart Udall, secretary of

articles was concluded with Chapter the University of Florida Press the human measure.In weighed the ponslblllty that which might hurt another In the first t place, there is the Interior in a re, r..t

I 105, Readers of the series will be under the title, "The Cross in the the Mesilai might be an angel This is an essential beginning such a balance t In all ".. magazine article brings us up

glad to learn that the "Great Chap Sand. Now Father Gannon reviewsthe the would three years to come, I. entering In some anfor- of course but it ii lure" thai man's welfare Isled to date on the situation

ters" covering\ Florida Catholic history events leading up to the foundingof croii-quettlon many Christ question but and seeable way Into humanity for 'I only a beginning ( up with that of the birds He lays that our government

from 1513 as far as 1870 will be St. Augustine on September 8, 1565, was never confronted: by He a the crushing of his head: Our love for our neighbof the.f the air and the beasts of has taken action U control
mind might he even be Michael, i mutt be a positive drive a field. the manufacture and sst

O Y Monday August 27, Fa- selves I actually in Florl. In making that decision he t..'.. comparable with Sa- leader of the angels w ho wage '1\atchune! for opportunities Secondly' wo art of pesticides but its icope Is

Lopez noted, "while we da. ." set the seal of fate on 1565 at their unending warfare t to be of help to others, to realize more coming limited.

were near the entrance to the the year of his first settlement It Is useful to remember against him (\pocalypso 12. j grid a quickness of response! that keenly than
Pedro Menendei hlmsell f r ever cruelty to wild life
Uahama Channel God recorded for in the proposition that the conflict wo are fol. 7)? ,when opportunities are dJs- U brutalizing to '. It can control its own federal .
showed to us miracle : of his he would covered: on. own parks and projects but the
a from captains, not lowing involves two spirits, Wt cannot read the Devil's personality. "
heaven." "We discovered this land return to the harbor of St. each of them far beyond our mind (for that matter ho can Our love must be alllnclu- Albert account only for i per cent "f

He continued: "About nine off Cape Canaveral, whhh 1 is Augustine until March of the own mental range Wo may not read ouull I), I live, too. There is not a per that the SchweiUer has said the total pesticide products

o'clock In the evening, a the latitude of 28 degrees at t following year. easily be missing some of the But look once more at Mat ion on the face of the earth, isti great fault of moral. used In the United States In

comet appeared which the entrance to the Bahama A brief and awordplay One other thing to thew'i account, or Luke's, of t M he friend, stranger or previously has been that spite of Rachel Carson
Inconsequential they '
showed. itself directly above Channel and we tailed along bottle remember, as wo listen to the first temptation. If Satan enemy' who has not the right considered ethics to be warning says Udlll, the laof '-'\
followed. Father
ut, a little eastward, givingso the coast, seeking that harborof recorded that "not Ithsland-Lopes Our Lord's answers Is that was trying to find out nether I,o look to u* for assistance if a study of man toman relationships chemical pesticides are i

much light that it might ( the Klver of May site of He had not eaten for forty the carpenter who faced him he is In need and ware in a alone But he chal the me. and may soon red ""i
Ing all the fired at lenged the
have been taken for the guns we da I tO thesis th.tlid the billion a level T>t .
tun. Fort Caroline) ai far as 211degrees >s and His body needed in the desert was In fact 'KMltKMI help. year
them
did not link ..1Ih..lr an
we creatures have
one
It went towards the west for su'hI" the retort food Just as ouri needs It angel( Our Lord answer Further "the right ofnl.t.Me prospect' then Ii that, in spit
that Is, towuriU Florida, and ( I had, that the Frenchmen ihlpi. Did Satan appear In human takes on a new dimension. Doc mutt, be our love for neigh I only at the! whim of of governmental effort. alarge
man
irlflrti Schweitzer
Its brightness lasted long were between 28 and 29 Ilie Spaniards, too, with- a Iue. has hit on portion of wild life a*

enough to repeat (two Credos" degreri Nut finding them drt'wI .Ih no hisses, and bee an important punt .here Man well as domestic inlmals w "I,I

The very nest day the voy- we went on aa far as 29,3 degree Mencndez, having satisfiedfor Sacred Scripture low an his obligation whims tn not to fob !If full of poison
i (slightlv south of prei- now his military honor regard to "Today, children live n' t
agora: lighted: land It was killing wild life but to nlv
tallow
'ape Canaveral, (the thin "enl.day MarlneUnd), and decided tc retire. lie put his the dictates of in the ]jet age. atom eage.

finger of land that projected having seen fire on the shoreon flagship under full sail toward Psalms teach lesson of right conscience maim and spar ag and age
lint from the renter ., Florl- September 2, 1 ordered a the newly named hare gratitude Rachel Cameo twhnolofkal m.rle ta i
captain ashore with bor of St Augustine and with her ldall but also in the
pex
da'i earl to.," twenty arrived tho Book of book SkM "
Pillm.tl'hrl .
"
soldiers, to try to get an Interpreter there just off the Indian )IF Br, suss of your khldseos Sprrnj starred rid age k"'te. our w ,I'd'

It was "August 211, St among the Indians, village of Seloy, on Sep us nothing else it and our truth because three up a naUonwrt controversy l lift u cooawmiax water, meat

Augmtine'i Hay," wrote Soils that they might RIVO us knowledge !- tember 6.Mass. certainly does Impress upon \0\1 have mad great abase year age She alerted and W'ag* that It rontam,n.

tit l Merai "on which they of that harbor, and so us the Importance of the Father 1.1 I things vow name ad I our governroat IIId reiponwbJ aged' bv rMdue of m... '
sighted: the land prayer of thanksgiving in our ciluoai MDe fad that older' lull"" ..
of Honda, the captain ho went ashore sour prom and pev' "
all of them kneeling, saying Joined them and talked to guide relations with ')oo. JDbe J.'l \\ hen I rolled, you answered p rtdei ar* not only killing I tides
s
this T. Deism Laudamus, they them and they told him, by And this seems to be a let. r..t.lol me you built up I off animal" but also emtaitgtriag L .U 111m.*.,. a few mantle

praised Our Lord, all the people signs, that the harbor was Sl':,;n.\Y, August :9 son which all people, of everyage r strength within mo the itft of the millioei Tura l* page sevro
repeating their farther In 12th Sunday after Fente- need to be taught over
prayers, on a higher latitude
and over again. If It f.;011'1 "troth" Ii Ills fldell.
cost (Mass of were
entreating Our Lord to Jive toward the north," Sunday,
them victory in all thingi" Gloria Creed, Preface of possible, It would be interf'loina t, U Ills premises a fidelity I M. J, Murray
Coasting along the shoreline to determine lie tin demonstrated dramatically r'
statistically
Father Lopes wrote Trinity.) translated "angels" II elohim
Thanki to God farther north, the Adelan- '-IOO.AuU.t: 30 the ratio of prayers of gratitude (God gods *iw* mere lilt
and the tide ; heavenly beings),
prayers of the Blessed Virgin, the River came of upon the harbor of St. Rose of Urns (Mass of to those of petition If one chooses the second name" It ill l. tatore and all Strange but

wi soon had] the pleasure of had been described Dolphins, which laudonnlere. a virgin Gloria, 2nd Prayer Ue are so quick to ask, so meaning, tho tens of the that the dlvla aitart Inv I true
land by of Sts Felix and flow to thank. And when weconsider pl"i.Tho.
seeing and found ourHOKUM Adiuctus versa U a bit different Copyrigbs
The Indiana nu
called
NCWC
Common Preface ) the fact that our Ne.. Son:"
the site Seloy, heavenly .'athl'r.'I'n The psalmist would be proclaiming psalmist! knew thli
with "
TlKSnVY.: -
August 31 tho the "cam," this nature\ ho
praise
was "
It was, wrote Sails deMeras. St. Raymond ";onnahu.I out our asking him showers rfaww A/wQ Atli faTa4rlw
of the Lord
favors power in the face aware, too of tile promises rt wit
"a good harbor, with Mass of a confessor not a untold upon each of us of the false godof the mad to those who trust In

a good bead), to which he Bishop, Gloria, Common our every thoughtless minute of every day pagans, whoso powtrlessness, Him Pot now ho hat experienced
Indifference
( ll'nenll"I"I\e Preface)
) the name of
whoso actual nothingness bat m a very personal
is way
!hl..tugusline" because thatsaint's \\ tDfSO.Sfptmbtr: : : 1 appalling been further
proven once more by impiKatoai of th* In-
feast was the day on (Mass of previous Sunday Every breath font ae4 t
we draw li a their failure to give victory to nature of God and has 1t'r

....c,..... ..sir Irldp which he had lint lighted 2nd Prayer of St. Giles gift from him. but how ieU\ those who put their trust inUtem. b'*o given direct: evidence of

CAIMOI.IC PUPS'. I.. land 3rd Prayer of r..IHoly dom we breathe forth a little This latter interpretation the reiiabditjr 01 the da to* %. (

en. .... mi ,ti.?? The date Brothers, Common Preface, "Thank JOB, Father"The fits well with the statement promlMila t :o.wv, c.wt e,.,.:. Y
lit I HI ('"('.'Ill Ktlt. was now Septem or, feast of St. Giles, Mast 1w4.i1 M.wAf r
.... ber 4. of verses 4 S: A Mrr er M et1.. I ,
0.' Menendei
rUrW HIM proceededstill of a holy abbot. Gloria 2nd author of psalm 137 had. weeds which remind see kmen.n IM, .p. I f
.. -, rtMlo. .. U.B A. >.. farther up the coast and Prayer of Twelve Holy I evidently received a signal All the kings of the earth of Mary's MagBlfkal. LM awn, sQ..ww a..e N r toe \
C.ud. nut yr ,?,, reached the shall give! thanks to 4'V.5 a.>.I Murr.a.p,
......1'I.. |> III). Mh- mouth of the Brothers, Common Pref favor Ho seems to have been you psalmist up rr.tet kit woe wwn reD, .c s.. .. a1W.e5 ,
Tk.. IturiJi CtlbuiU .. l tntm.Ut Kiver of May (St. Johns) ace.) a personage of some Import O Lord w hen they bear the der al (MM!'i Wviig .e"'drvSubllmelv .en nasa a. w c.a" Cu.a'S.U.., o 4.!C1..ergs.N.n,. tae.. ,y .
.r |h' Cnhalhfnn Aicwt. early the neat morning. Tlll'KSDW.' September 2 Lance perhaps the king him. word of your mouth. tnalel. e.o+ Ma A.e"

II W '*''ra....>Co'.ftrwi th, "' .11..1 s..| (Mrvkt.'.Ihullt Thr do sighted four Frenth M Stephen. i.Mau of a .*If. II, has recently won And they shall. ring. the r trrj1I1

a.,n.r 114 turtle t t bMM n warshipsrnNuresnenta fur confessor M a Bishop, with (;.,.j's help a stunning Mall of the tarot Great transcendent LW.dMr
nutMMUux 1.1I1.r. M .*.*,! Fort Caroline Jan Kibault Gloria Common Prrfai SFKIDAY history over (.H,<_rlul to*. Is the glory of the' Lord" Uwnfti He u. Ire ai eves of .
clM e. sale* H..U .(.,!.( U. Art kf Hiss had! won the rait from .'u. September S Oil*Ittul. But realty it U tfaffkwlt t. CMH-vre. lot th* l..iMt o( /II i n

1\11"| St Floss X Man I of feast, la iito flf tut tUtiwa etn.Dd1< IeIMIM the> l.o. Tito ct t4.r* aal 1)11 of) Ss.s.ia

El3 U.mO trat the enemy Olwru& CvtnmvQ Pnl"s, > and tic {,b.r.1 l ttUUtiva t. (!1.1.If .ta l,6ptlsfNf u( for" .... prlllolJ cteM.fes who

....., fwao N.I lUvBJ tfwgjh toJ S4TVBDAY. $"M.mt.r 4 dv.i cwt fvffct Hun wiOvhtVfcvm the 1' all.I," gcs ..... asth fi.jf II t tdtag |..H Tbes1
D.I' 1 t.,
&a..U CoIllH s.u\et.t tt.o bundj! u a (Mm c( the Cl.M j Vufta \ the n,t..t) mlt ..u I the I lmm.i.iiljr Mt..,4iegterto c.a id.r.tttM beget i a turn a

autos: Mb, J*.. ".!.. Spanish itttltmtnt, tht sue'lantadu'e iDs S.tisrday, QWrU, Pi.f bate bests bitter dtttt Hrat. | uatId.es. la rte >? 1Ovv--n.

Mirk A. ".11.1, wutkil of captain ace or Blesivdirgm \ I wiD worth* at tat.T
? hole
urged him to return to the Sl'.ND\Y.: r,1IH S -1IIh.. lluoki to you, 0 your eWh I walk anud darka -

.A'xrlMtf....., e. f M...'...".,".. Caribbean to await. the hal 13th SiMHloy after Pente.cost l lard _Kh all mv heart, tempi MOM sad 'gh Si'.. ttttali to fees you .....-. m.:

ante" of his fle.f Mrnemli-i, 0 Vase ..(
IMdq Augu 27I5 l bower. dpi sited to engago Gloria, i reed, Prelate of, I sill il.c year praise, fthit the psalmist' lilt nmit. sue r'i.. Jr .
the rtm.b ships at ooit. Truut plain! '1' H s a*'" ee trx.uri hand \ '' ) i The
lltbmr word here i i bit of npWwt.ul1. no ,11,



The Florida Catholic. Friday August x1,1985
1t
-- Congolese Bishop tells

Theology of work held



part of redemptive plan of missionaries'murder



ALBANY (NC)-"On* Christianizes the world by By Bishop Jacques Mbll" answered In I soars and .It
suiting manner I knew al
devoting himself as wholeheartedly to his worship of 14554444.N555455445555.54NNNCN44.45N445.4444C544t44Bishop hop was lost.

God as to his secular daily work-whether It be math. Mbali Is the Bishop of Buta. A native of the
The Congolese Sisters sir
matics or art or bus driving or serving as a congressman Congo, he and five Congolese Priests four Brother and the mlsslontrlei at I p.m.

confident that if any work has genuine value towards 23 Sister were rescued by government troops tit June, They knew they were going *

human culture and civilization It also has value In the '.t two days after the rebels had killed 31 rninaionariea and die. The Slmts told them *.
--- Ie lay persons, all Europeans, who had been detained with bluntly But they wr resigned

supernatural plan of" God eye the sacred and the profane + ti + the Bishop. This is the Bishop's own account of the savage and admirably calm.
for the human race. massacre and of his .
as Indeed also the astirsi rescue.NNNNNt'NNNNNNNNNNNNNIN
At 4 pm., the rebels a*
Father Donald W ReckS and supernatural, work together :
NN NNt N NNILPOPOli)1'f1.LE sembled and went to the prV
J of St. Mary's I* accomplish ills .V. .' ,', I
College in son I myself, the CongolesePriests
signs" (NC) When the soldiers of the
Kansas laid this in a seminary I A national army liberated Buta for the first time on No.mbrr Brothers and Sister
r' under guard In the other
were
speech on "A Theologyof On the subject of the Chris- 25, 1964, they did not push on to Bondo or Bill, to buildings and no one could

Work" at the annual contention tianlzation of the secular all the missionaries of Bondo stayed in the rf'bell'f'clon. leav. At 4 p m, the mas-

of the Catholic Art world, the Priest said Chris- About December 18 the rebel Colonel Makondo gatheredall acre began. W* did not hear
t I II n revelation "acknowj. .
Association The meeting was -- the Bondo missionaries once more In Buta where they anything, sine the atrocities
edges that the secular has as .
held here at the Seminary of were better treated and un took place on a riverbank
much of a place in man's lif* ........ slit I kill the missionaries,
kilometers from
three our
Our Lady of Angeli the der my protection.They "
as religious does
but I cannot do that
residence. The Fathers and
lie said the starting point lit said what h* called Knights convene in BaltimoreLawrence were not allowed to go Yet the order to kill them Brothers were killed with
"Christian found en Journeys, but they could rim from him lip until the
for a theology of work II secularly" Cardinal! Shehan of Baltimore H. Griffin t Archbishop Patrick A. 0' leave the house and go for last the missionaries spears, knives and clubs.
justification in the clear and day Even death the Slmbaicontinued
found In St. I'sul, who teaches lasting acceptance by Almighty spoke st the 83rd supreme con Boyle of Washington; Cardinal She walks They heard confessions were protected by the Con. after t* mutilate their

that "all material reality Cod of human work, vention of the Knights of Columbus, han, and Supreme Knight John W. Me- and administered the golet Slaters These formeda

somehow sharer la the redemptive action and history ss that in held In Baltimore. Present were, from Devitt sacraments, for there was amore bulwark around the Furo- corpses Even before the massacre

plan of God and the hurt of which He would left, Deputy Supreme Knight Dr. John ardent Christian life pun Sisters and the missionaries the town's entire populationfled
drains toward the day whet work out His plans for the than tver To pass time they Our Congolese Sisters to the woods No one
wood worked In the kit
all things will be freed from salvation of the human rsct" cut were admirable, agreed with the Slmbat.

the disruption of the present "How Christianize a secular Washington letter then and kept the house, The On May 16 when the national Everyone detested their so-
moral was good and 1 must
order and united la the cosmic world' h. asked. army arrived In Poko, the urn
Christ"Noting sty the population was kind rebels In that neighborhoodasked

that human work Christ"Basically accepted la the His sam human way OAS of Red deceitCOM'I and respectful Colonel Makondo for Intent to kill
reinforcements II* sent torn
warns anew Is Ruts there were tee
nature alongside of His divine
and civilization can be "for. When the missionaries were
troops on the JTth and left
klml of rrM, Ctlenel I
mativ of man and productiveof nature alongside and of human the history UN I ST subver \ik party had considerablyless : graphed form so that to tins Mukonda: and the moderateones himself on the 28th. Before first put Into prison, the

a society which has great salvific action of God gratuitous recog ran succeed in this than 40000 members [tina day only a handful of people and then the very malicious leaving, h* gate the order to Stanley'vtll* officers decided ord..tfrom
human and without receiving an
consequently" along that in God's eyes hemisphere only through deceIt nation of 182 million) whenit are aware of their contents." ones from lillnlt,'lilt. Imprison all the missionaries Colonel Makondo that
Christian, possibilities h.
overthrew Kerenskl. On the 20hofMayatbpm! \
the
asked: though not always in ours ..Un.tural which It practices in government" In 1917, when The Senate committee has The colonel was a native of all wert put Into prison-the the Congolese Bishop, Priest
reprinted the reports as tsmall
and supernatural, diversified Baioko He good and the Brothers and Brothers would b* killed
"But Is It not possible, says.This the conimunuts seized "the volume becauseof was Crosier Fathers
secular and works paper ,
religious- snub that the Sisters
even necessary, liVeD the to that when will Is a point emphasizedby first nation to com within their "timely Importance." went to Mass regularly. When of St Gabriel, the Capuchin too
together
day :: wlvet.
would be taken ss
tract framework which w* their power") h* organized a feast the mi. .Fathers all the .:urop4'anSIII..u.
be consultant committeeon It Is called the "Organization
fulfilled the intention of a sent st truck to fetch
In sionanei given places of Mrs, Igros and her They
find expressed Sacred were .
The OAS consultative of American Stales, Combined
God In Christ described committee -
as by communist subversion
Scripture, in St. Paul particularly appointed honor One day h* told the two children teed: 4 and R, usWhen
then Communist Sub
St Paul says Reports on arrived
Slmbss
by the Organizationof the !
Sisters and Miss the F.ng
to set the hand of Cod Margaret
at work in all of this to somt "'For It has pleased God American States 'It Is appropriate t* uk version. ""Thei ace some who In fish nurse who belonged to the Sisters told them: "\\*

degree, inspiring the desires the Father that In Him all Ids The committee says at the what causes these Incongruities. the Protestant mission at Bru are not leaving here. We

which make human culture fulness should dwell and that edict of Its first report that The reply ran be gives Question box ,gamma, don't know you. Major Bcrnand *
through Him II. should recon In word deceit. Wagy Is responsible forth
possible and necessary? It found "thre titenslble .la- a single :
rile to Himself all things, The missionaries were sc- Sisters"
While tht dlstlnctlo k* whether on the earth or In ctnfnltlrs simelyi 1 Lacking sufficient numerical New rubrics eliminate ceased of having t transmitter Iivimfoimded at such renlsimre. -

twrea the sacred and the profane the heavens, making pear While the ministers of strength: and without Soviet sod railing the .VmerlisniNilurslly the Slmbis said they
Is a rI.ne, said lather through the blood of His foreign affairs said at the and Chinese communist : these were false would get Major Wsgy Evidently \

Reck, severtheless .'ta Cede cross' (Col I, 1..20)). Punta del Fit Conference in military forces does enough genuflection at Creed acrussllonsAi they had not asked

Uruguay that they a ere able to this hemisphere to gibe soon ss the mlsslonsrles him Major) Wsgy war very
.. "to verify that the subversive them support. the communists gnat and never participatedin
:: 1s' Q. Why eliminate' the stablhed and as liturgical acre led to prison the Sim
genuflrcllon
to kill
!9 .F offensive of communist goverments are dangerous only bat tack me to one of theother the plot to us
; has increased In intensity the extent that they usurp the I I. the ('red at the education progresses among buildings for < iMtton Just the same, a captainwith

," and that the put.pose strength of others that Is, words ''11. was made flesh, both J Priests and 1 propl' ing At > p In.. I was taken| to a group of Slmbat came
the students workers, rural I resitted They
to get m.
of the effen destruction of democratic institutions workers writers, and even Q Mhy the emphtkls! on prison (eared. the Intervention o(
said the missionaries bail tc
and the establishment political 'leaders Since the A Our Immediat reason It tinging lee people tan Major Wtsy and said fnrl ii*>

( of totalitarian dictatorships great majority of the citiaeos. that the Pope told us to ellml ilng If we must sing* why used In me their'of tntlretiel encouragingthem sc.tivities ly "Prepare yourself, the

at the service of extra- of the Americas believe In the rate It. The new rubrics for don't we have music Confronted with the will com and Itt YOU later "
continental powers" nevertheless Ideal! of national Independence IlIudby A Through most of r Chris. A little later another major
celebrating Mais were missionaries in prison, theydoled
"citizens of free countries and Individual liberty tltn history singing has beena having said anything, arrived. II* Is called All Dahl
and Intervention and the Sacred Congregation of nickname to him
of this hemisphere toler rejett principal means prayer a given
ate t or are inclined to tolerate dMtatonhlp,, the communlstl o[ Rites on January 27. l lied!< and worship. It Is Intensified Ilk. that about that ai-cuat the niohnp hud years before by the Belgian
Clearly
t and support, known communists can strengthen themselves, hy 'authority Pop Paul VI', prayer Into whHh you put ... too alto tuuliln't pronounce hit,
..1 9wtt ,MThat and even com to (ratter arty and tissue rubrics direct the vour whole heart and lung. It l en false, red name II* wit from hula,

..d communist methods through a program of deceit Priest to bow when h* says I II prayer of the community) Bravo in prisonI and Ilk* Major Utgy<< h* was
that assumes may indtarted "El Incarnatus est, etc with Christ In th* midst of very goad, II* placed hl. company
..as art to" hid* their true intentions 'farms, Only thus can Only on Christmas and the them It I.I the prayer of joy left th. mlsilonirles/ it 10 of !llmbu In front of

to eiptolt \the legit-! commtMlst subversion triumph" Annunciation Is h* to genuflett and enthusiasm, of hapl| |>tne.* 'I m That was the last 11m.I the million and ordered them

New Orlando grand knight mat needs of less favored On these leads the In in the love of tilt l'AItd And I saw them They were very to protest m* even If they
sectors of the populationthat
: The group, making the report carnatwn Is commemoratedIn sometimes It can be laments brave had tn fight the others
.
Ith the of
Donald Barry left 1 II the grand knight of the popular Interests pretest, freedom defending Is Is known formally as \thesecIal special manner (ton or a cry of needActually In May 30 tt.. Congolesetsl.rt tin Mar II at about 4pm ,
consuHaUv commit The Commission wnl<'h revised nearly I tryOMt.n % and myself wanted l to Major Wsgr arrived with a
Monslgnor Bishop Council No 2112, Knights of tutkwi suppressed destroyed democrat human IncH mitte on security against the the rubrics removed sing Kvm I can do It take food! to the miitioiiarM. big truck II* told m* ahuul

Columbus In Orlando. He was installed by Di.- rights art are violated but.DOnelhwlI subvert action of Interns. various bows, 1"lIflft'U""I, whon, I am In Id. midst of but this was denied brutally... she murder .f the mlsslwitirf -

"rlt..,,,,,. of free tional communism, kisses and gestures to Implement others who carry m* aloud several lime 1'h. Seder.Ierslatmt i .. anti warned M h* euld
trict William S 'kes IVMnd the neveitnelett and it1pm
Deputy > right the Constilutl on Ih.latt..d Vlx own perish give weekly l n. finger' assure .*r safety' ,
countries In this hemisphere 'It Is made f dlsIlitgulinrd -
1 up sete got to Uk
U til permission
men Is s picture of Christopher Columbus, for cooperate! or are inclined t* prrtaiulllles trim liturgy whkh directed proof who what always|1..1.believed ilea they land to the rurowan: | Hi l.rsml The villagers are frightenedof
should Ixdtitmfulstied .
cooperate! with issue c mmtMWts countries In thishrmkphrre. that "Th rites soldiers and fIre In"
whom the Knights< are named a may by a noble SimpUcrtv could !But ting, are now singing la mrrl; ThtinasI Into the woods
thor and llrothrrt. nivdlitrly
loudly and happilyM
That t whale the .mim*. I It. Uklle, t.S..\K., Is the .nd" I. men Is raven for tde little At 10 a m. that d.). major lit vanmg w* arrived' at
of'
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Mail Cithotir/ daily/ of IheORIAL ere forms *f mitrvnrtiM .M of them/ will Improve. 11i l'.npded l listen a raptured !Slmha told t the
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Letter protests massacreof Bible reading will lead

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innocent by Sudan army thinking men to Christ

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K.VMP.\LA. I'uaiula (!NC) Bishop Iieneus Dud fo you really want to wina

Wau has protested to the Sudanese' !government against DO convert for Chust

he murder of A Priest Sudanese soldiers and the Then read the Bible, especially "

massacre of civilians b\ the army it ban been Il'aml'dhrl.t ] the New Testament It will Father I IJnhn

not only quicken your spiritual .
int<
havior of some see
life but aim stamp In your A,
The killings!: resulted from forces will not aerie to( bring .
the chi! war going on in about any peaceful/ solution mind some of the great utterances O'BrltD Jj.
of which showthe
: Christ
southern Sudan where thegosernment of problems nor can Ihl'It
: dominated by cure protection from Almighty Catholic religion to be Hu

Arabic speaking Moslem God A tt ownBy
northerners is In Ing to im full of quoting the \'Itryords
"In the responsibmtv
pose Islam on the Negro my religious c a p a r 11 v i of Jesus you will be able to Christ to be the Son of the lie
who mainly honest that ing God and Jesus says:
southerners see strongly protest/ against such r, I show an inquirer
pagan but include 400000 injustices and cruelties com our Lord stamped upon Hu 'Thou art Peter, and

Catholics milted to the detriment of In 1 i/ Church the marks by which it upon this rock I will build my

Bishop Iud the only I Mirianeiie potent people In partIcularI can be distinguished from all Church and the gates of hell

Bishop. went from his I protest in the pitiful case of ,I '! Mt y re 1sr others, shall not prevail against it
See city in the South In the the late rather Aikangelo All It was because Gregory And I will give the the keys

Sudanese capital of Khar who was killed ""bv soldiers) F Anderson of Fresno California of the kingdom of heaven, and

loom to deliver his protest in his house in Rumbek on did this that he discovered whatsoever thou shall bind oa

bill was unable In get an ppnlntment July 21'God. + Christ true Church, earth shall be bound In heaven
and whatever, thou shale
with ant government knows that his 'Inimrence He Is now a Dominican loose on earth shall be loosed

officials and his blood with Priest and the pastor of St. in heaven' ((18-19)).
He therefore mad. his pro that of other harmless civilians Peter Martyr Church In Pitts-
test in a letter to Interior demands (hut justice he Teachers 'learning about you day by day'Bright burg, Callf rDla. "It was obvious that ft*

Saved Ahmed el done on ,"nur hxcellrncy's: Church that Christ was tals
Mahdi Minister He d'tclal'td' responsibility and breezy "weather" Is community have tome to Florida tion planned for them to become "My father had no religious Ing about had to have some

predicted for Maitlands St Mary to teach The children, to be under acquainted with the Sisters, even affiliation," related Father connection with St. Peter,

"J am still terribly shocked, "As for the remaining Magdalen School this year, since instruction of the Sinters for the before school opens.) Anderson, "and my motherwas and I knew that only the
hv the brutal scenes of vio
Priests I earnestly ask YnurFxcellency'a ..
She
unarmed innocent the Sisters of Notrn Dame from first time, joined their parent a nominal Baptist Catholic Church even claimed
lance against : immediate action <<
it that brother andI
people which I witnessedin to guarantee. their protection the Cleveland province of their eagerly this month at the recep saw attended to the my Baptist Sunday such connection.

Juba ,iwheie- shout 1 1500: and safety" School for she believed that "Therefore It must be tt*

people were massacred on religious training was" nece' Church to which Christ was

July 9)) and \Vau Film newsletter Despair of playwrights vary, referring, and since it was
.
"Certainly the. inhuman b. "As I passed into my teens, His Church, whatever N!

I found that the good earnest taught must be true I'm sure

CommunismMONTEMDFO. Pleasant a Dmedies: seen this year held cause for blasphemyr people who conducted the that In that moment I received .

Sunday School could not an the gift of Faith for I believed

truguay: Its a good time of the Yf'al for the motion picture In. been Elliot: Sill fulpln'l Cat :\t\\; \ nRKC(:' ) Playwright Indicted for ewer my questions, So I drifted then, 'lust ai firmly MI
(NC) -. Communism has infiltrated frameof do now, that the Cat holla
Jialloii which blasphemy ire not curding God "but their in into a non religious
its ideas into all dustry in the days when the temperatures| oar and Is a breezy | despair
Church is the Church foundedby
mind that proved unsatisfactory
levels) of national life. according people find the air-condilio ned theatre an escape from uporif of Western films with finding Him the radio program director of the Brutish After graduationfrom Christ I mentioned this

t" Noticias, a monthly the heat It ban been the pal:tern for the induHtry to re. guild sight bulletin issued br the Montevideo satiric ailing It makes an Ewilm told the delegates to the National Losngeles to spend sometime only brought forth a violent
lease pleasant (comedies colo iful musicals and entertain-
archdiocese extremely plexsant evening'sentertainment. Catholic Theatre Conference last week that the writings with my grandmother, dissent
listed ing; thrillers. during this of plajwrights of the absurd" demonstrate their ".
The. bulletin some of feeling that will delight Its agonies with whom !lived two maiden \ Catholic woman advisedme
"obvious manifestations' of )period viewers almost as much ai at finding man seemingly abandoned by God in a world aunts to see a Priest But I was

communist Ideology on the At the same time a number it will move them, The Kus Some serious films that where good men no longer Originally :Methodists, they scared to death of Priests and
national scene Thes are, ac of earlier released! films sian movie is so finely done just miss being. great were exist. awareness o. o d, .10'.1....s n practiced their religion less couldn't entertain that prowpoet
to Notician, exploit John Jrankenheimer's The said, hat been broken down
cording
are still making the rounds and less But they held firmlyto "
that those who do
even not such
Among writers he
lion of social and economic Train about a load of paint << by variety of philosophical\ tenet the Catholic
at neighborhood theatres and one :
normally like subtitled films cited Samuel\ Beckett of Ireland "Whm I returned home
.
of Ings bound for !Hitler's Germany political and ,clt'nhfic'tnll,
unrest, promotion a new evilVhile there, I
of these worth (hurch
which attacks the many are seeing will make this one an exception and the underground Arthur Adamov, Kus- "Our society has become so is mother Insisted that I dlscsss
morality" This is a quick look at began to read the Bible When
to the rule Ilil the best sianborn French
author It with Priest.
; that man'iability a
traditional moral order ex attempt to foiestall its leaving overorganized
what the first six months of of the foreign films that have Harold Pinter of I w as reading the 16th chapter '
England, to make moral dcliioni
elusion of moral values for Hame For all its use of
the )tar brought in the way been release so far this }tar, and the late Beitolt Brecht of of St. Matthew's Copel. "With much trepidation I
'realistic"ones talent it is bit to has svaporated
the sake of more a heroic
of films Compaie. jour evaluation the words of Christ to Peter railed on Monsignor Francis
;
dissemination of the for realism and too Germany. Each: he said, must
loosely age mind
There three
with ours were speclncii bore deep into m y Singleton, who listened calmly
Idea that communism is tarn and of these the Sound of structuied for significance( Their writings show a sense make itt own approach to Peter has J Just professed to my earthshaking announcement
changing and open to dialogue Probably the best piece of Music J scored highest It was Francois Truffauts The ol total loss and bewilderment God. He then took m*
even with Catholics, filmmaking so far this year an exemplary film musical Soft Skin was an excellent he said Perhapi our age Is too
under Instruction and, of
and propaganda about the inevitabihty has been \Mlllamjlers that had Intel music and a morality tale of the development ".\lthnu h these writers l l naive in iti approach Th Press service course confirmed my ooncluston -
and necessity of The ('olll'rlorI derives with sentiment and the consequencesof concept of God has become
story lists been indicted for blasphemy .
social changeDaytona. Its Impact from the {carefully marital infidelity ItI II dissolved through inflation
built rharaclrrl/ations and In addition, Julie Andrews chiefly notable for its main what they curse Is because. it has been taken too toberenewedfor "I was baptized on March
not dud; but their In 3. and
despair 197), that fall was accepted
atmosphere In this strange was exceptionally well suited tenance of pace and character << glibly and used too cheaply! I
Beach story of a mental aberration lo her role as a song filled and a superb rtl'form. finding Him \\. Deed a rethinking and anew as a postulant for the
Dominican Order Years laterI
Dung girl.George \' ante by Jean Desailly The climate allowing anSons prencntation of than newsmen
The direction photography I had the rare privilege of
Stevens' The Oiest necessary Mine"Th.
and nets of outstanding : mother andgraadmothrr
are baptizing
Furniture Boob est Story Ever I: Told had itlhal'e honest recognition: of my
IKlMh: I NO) Thernen
Greeting Cards quality, and its two young and of givingmy
of flaws. mostly origin. man s despair Esslln added,
Bishop will continue
players, Terence Stamp and (an mother her first Holy
LLOYD COX acing in the natural commercial .is his lint step in finding God their background ad mfor
already
Samantha I:ggar, have Communion and Rxtrem
desire to cover a report again .\ny tragic statementin
matron mre for the press '
Office SuppliesCL been given the best I action Mv brother has llso.mbr.l'f'd
.
million dollar investment history has a cathartic
wily twenty fourth of
d during the season
acting awaids by the Cannes the Hsith
2.3473 ., Rut it was the first ? effect! Human beings, when the Second Vatican Council
Festival Indeed it is difficult to see
III North tick Sleet religious spectacular to have honest enough to (face< a situation '
Almost of equal quality la been done with appropriate of despair aie none The service will be proId. how any sincere truth seeker
Michael Iioemer and lIohtlt'ollnll' ed through the Bishop press can read the promise mad
taste and integrity Its Mm thelets! able to carry on with
Welcome Travelers \ s Nothing But a Man. making as In the realm of ntbihh! panel whkh. was.. tlartrd earlyIn to St Peter the first Pope,

Furniture This films exceptional\ cup ideas rather than action although the first ie..inn *f the without realizing that I the
human In itsstory Father (.ilbrrt lUrlkrO Catholic Church Is Christ
luring of dignity rounrll
Forth end Patio
Specialties it had plenty\ ) Best of P.tT president and .
Church rather Anderson
hostility true
Iron of a community '
Radon
Wrought all was the Christ portrayal .. MlUniuui
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towards huIlnl'l'.1 Idol the speech and Auxiliary Bishop Philip concluded
a mmotity
Aluminum
uf Max von S)dow, drama department at the o( Washington assistant
I Ormond leech significance
Highway The case of ford Jim was (atholic Inltersltjr of ,Vmrrl- chairman of the National
In a class all by Itself is unfoi'Innate. Richard Brooks ca, said the playwrights she CatholicWelfare Conference Daytona Beach
welcome fatherJohn
The Overcoat This is a film .
Italian and Amrcn! Food had some fine Ideas about seem U blaspheme are very Pm Department will a*
how to film Conrad story honest mm expressing as sume responsibility for Aret
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banquet FacilitiesCloud Letter Pr,u and' Offitt characterization never cam joined his sons in a Benedictine Abbey in Kansas (:Cod' ll not tcuplrd sill.. cwMcll session befUMUSVC September -0.

Coachman Printing Co.I across: the many excellent H* will be behind his sons, Frater Benedict grace H
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I Priest aids refugees continuing r 'i .r:; ki' .; Seven The Florida Catholic, Friday, August 17, 1965

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escape from communism's crueltyBy a Bishop notes challenges I


given by Church renewal
Jam n :M. Shea mingled with those of persecution -

CINCINNATI (JvC) Cornmunism'a unrelenting and suffering at
cruelty is reflected in the fac e of mt'nII'omen and chilled LIFAYCTTK: (NC) -. The ago of renewal in the
Friedland. the Priest said
dren who escape or are expell* to the West, according to a Church oblige the faithful'"to bear witness to the truth

a German Priest who help:> them adjust to freedom lie recalled a '79-j'ear-old that unites ua and not to the confusions which may
woman who came to the divide UK," Bishop Leo A.
Monsignor Wilhelm Scheperjans to the S..
June
Lafayette en
said here that about noted' the communist government camp a few weeks ago with Puraley declated here.
23 and
was consecrated in
have her 40- 'ear-old anda
cleared' a zone ) daughter
70 persona daily, or 2000 a Preaching at the enthror- St. John the Evangelist catho>
month filter the about three miles in width, young grandchild, leaving bent of J.
through Iron Bishop Raymond drat in Cleveland, August\ 11,
which
is three
patrolled by armed daughters in Russia
Curtain into West Germany. Gallagher in st. Mary's cathedral
by Archbishop Egldio VajjnoiEl -
guards (the and The family had been deported
"Vopos"
Nearly. all of them come to here on August :I.', Bishop Apostolic( Delegate in
their dogs. The area usually 20 years ago from Germanyto
the government sponsored' Purslev of Fort Wajne- the United States,
Camp Friedland, a stagingarea is sowed with mines, and a labor camp in the Ural South Bend Stated
fenced with barbed wire. Mountains, and they had seen
for fugitives and refugees "If the prevent situation Bishop Gallagher Is tile
"It's not surprising that the father's body pitched oft third
located near the East. with all its challenge' Increases Bishop of Lafayette, a
only six or seven get across the train after he died ai north-central Indiana diocese
West frontier.
< our burdens' it also
Moniignor Sdieperjans is out of every 100 who try," nearly one third died in the 1 enlarges! our opportunities" ; which rovers 21 counties and
commented Monsignor Sche- packed cattle cars. has nearly 70.(XX) Catholics
Catholic chaplain of the cen and If It allows us a broader
ter and director' of Caritas, perjans Nevertheless in the At the labor camp, some ) scope of freedom, It also demands He succeeds Bishop John J,
the German Catholic Chari four years since the Berlin 2000 miles southeast of Moscow a more ex.rUnllenA. Carberry, who was transferred .

ties organization, at what the wall was erected to seal off the Catholic deporteeswere 4 of responsibility" to the Diocese of Columbus
German call Grenzdurchgang- the eastern zone, about 21.000 allowed to meet on Sundays 4 ''s Ohio, en March %1.
have escaped into West German Bishop Pursley was one of
in a cemetery for
stager Fnedland has '. 14 prelates present for the enthronement In his sermon, Bishop Pur-
) er Orlando Council installs K of C
taken care of some 2,4 million pray at which Arch. sley quoted extensively from

frf'edom-bound persons since Stories of heroic faith are Contact was made secretly bishop Paul C Schulte of Indianapolis passages: In the Second Vatican
World War II. Monsignor Charles A, Bartok, chap In Orlando. A newly elected tnmtee, officiated Council's Constitution on

3lany: refugees In the current Plans to provide with a Priest' la a town near lain, congratulate: James R. Hillman, John Leltch, right, was another of the Bishop Gallagher, a native the Church, describing' the
Iy (00 miles away, who supplied right newly Installed grand: knight of officers of the
: council
stream, the Priest said In Installed on of Cleveland, had been' executive role of a Bishop, and noted
an Interview, are German for the group with enough the Knights of Columbus Council 5150 Tuesday night: of last neek. secretary of the National that full and faithful exercis
opportunity
farmers from remote areas consecrated hosts to proId Conference of Catholic Chad of the office of Bishop in to.

of communist Poland. Holy Communion for the dr.Inc. ties sine 11. H* was named day's world presents special
more education problems

"Now they' are being permitted Referring to Bishop Gal-
to leave provided they administration W.tSlllGTOSC will( ) llis The Priest also authorized Church around the world Usher's motto t "Carltai

deed their lands to the Polish always the woman who related the Super Omnla" dove( Will
state and pay the costs of the press for educational' opportunities story at Friedland to be an Conquer All)) ht said: "That

legal procedures," he said. for of all their children financial, regardless official witness at Catholic Mass privilege To Catholic U. Ban obscenityK Work of MercyS la essentially and profoundlytrue

Penniless and often in rags, weddings and to administer become< God Is love and
situation, their' their 1'.1TICICITY (NO: ) \SIIICiTONC! ( ) Father K \
race or (\C) IA'ilsll'tion ANTONIO (:NOTh) God
tome are finding a new life in baptism She estimated that \\'lIIlluYI have the last
religion President L>ndon B. North Air (Kan Catholics have Raymond K. Fewer. banning! the Import of National Catholic Cemetery word"
farm villages being erectedby she had baptized about 5110
Johnson has declared here.' been given permission to fulfill baugh, an alumnus, has been obscene books and magazinesIs Conference, organization of
Cantas with the aid of the children and had witnessedmore ,
their Sunday Mass obligation named assistant to the rector shortly to b* introduced In Catholic directors "11e now have a renewedand
cemetery
federal government at the In than 200 Catholic mar
SpeakIng swearing
<<
on Saturday evening for university Pakistan eipandlng (hurch which
development at West Paklstsn'sniinlcter from the United States and
Other "legal"/ reguees arrive of Dr. John H Gardner asSecretary riages.
A decree Issued here thet'atlcan's reaches
by the Catholic University of for Information aniMMiMfd Canada will hold out with the energy'
its 18th
in a steady stream from national
of health Fducalion :
1v. tend to forget, said
Congregation of the America, succeeding Father at a conference of the Divine Spirit to all men
press convention' her. October )
Rumania and Russia, he said. and \\rlfare Mr. Johnson
Monsignor Stheperjans, "how Council "
grants the permissionto Theodore E McCarrick, recently ', 25 to lit( of good will and bad, Bishop
More dramatic Is the arrival said: many families and even residents of Tunisia, Algeria appointed president of The minister said recentlythe Among speakers| at the con Pursley said.Emphasising.

of the "Illegal" fugitives, "\Ne will. as long as I am who I t communities were and Morocco. It had the Catholic University of turn on pornographic literature ventlon will J b* Monsignor
that this hat
wh escape, from communist- President, Dr Gardner, try rounded up and shipped to been requested by Bishops Puerto Rico would be included In Paul F Tanner, general sec been
always the mission
controlled' East Russia after the war Some from these countries because< Father' Fowerbaugh, 37, Is > ,xed of
Germany to provide an educational opportunity l ropi legislation which I retarv of the National Catholic Church h
for every youngster of the few who art returning their few Priests found it dif a teacher at Itishop Noll Institute would give "legal sha|>." to Welfare\ Conference Fa. continued:
;
"It Is to b '
Along the border between were children when that happened fulfilled now In
in this country, regardless of fuult to reach all of their Hammond, Indiana. rN'omml'ndllhonl'lad.. by a (her Galliano Cavallaro, di
this
East and West Germany, he to them."Restrictions. moment of truth, this
scattered churches on Sunday and director of the Inlbtute'sautomobile "cninmlssion
the condition of his birth, the for eradication rector of cemeteries In Providence hour of crisis, In the face of
the The permission lasts< fur laboratory. He has of aortal evllv" and bv Islamlc .
section he comes from, ell freedom' In an and Monsignor J. I IR difficulties so manifold and
Rector of his the five ) un. been an assistant. to the director advisory council
escapes poverty family the Fail: German tone continue roy Manning, chancellor of complex that only strong
rotor of has skin, or his religion I t. prevailing
LEOPOIAI'II: (\o superintendent of schools in
A Priest w ho spent 20 months Declaring, too, that 'this "I 1 know a Priest In East Provincial named the Gary diocese To review movies timlo. power weak of and God can sustain His

In the rebel.held ion of Kwilu,. administration I Intends to Germany who has filled out \:' tw'un": (\n-Father) NF11'AitK: New Jersey ants" unworthy serv

has escaped, it has been learned bring the healing<< miracle of 10 applications for permla. Lawrence Mmmey 0. Carm, To teach (\t I Father" Paul J, Haves, Converts

here modern medicine to everyonein awn to paint his /bout," h* was elected provincial of the assistant director since 11)57 DII 1 1',\ST, Northern Ire-

Father Eugene Biletihl. now this country. no matter said Carmelite Fathers' Province 1'.tBlt (NCI-Approilmate has been named' director of land (SO) The Catholic K of C mobilizos
suffering from malnutrition, how remotely thou live from "Too many people In the of St. Kllas: at the provlnt I Iy 4iiO French seminarians' the Newark nnhdiocesan proportion of the populationof

was rector of the minor seminary the city," the President. CM. West are indifferent to the headquarters" her' Religious and laymen will legion of |)e<'ency and the Northern Ireland has risen for

of Laba in the dioceseof tinned to say "this administration nature and! the danger of com Father Mooney will serve work as voluntary teachers In hdtatcesan office for communications tit :34 1 per cent, highest sine war on smut

Idiofa at the outbreak of Is seeking new ideas nurnlum<< ." he sakd "Our main the last two years of the mskm! schools In Africa durIng and entertainment the INI census, according to lULUMniu: (.NO:' ) Tar,

the rebellion in January. 14 and it Is certainly" not going objective Is, to constantly, three v ear term for which Father << their period of required figures compiled In the 1'Jfil l.ioooiio( member Kmshti (.f

The rebellion' spread so rapid. to discourage any new solutions bring to their attention the Alovnus Nag! U. Carm, military service II* succeeds MnnnlgnorMoysltis / Northern Ireland census and Columbus have pledged! t'' rn-
]11 that not all seminarians' to the problem' of pop Mttor f*<-ts of what i* happening was lmted father Nagle At the request of the ministry S, Carney' who res now published her. Catholics selves to an all( out war no

1 could flee Laba for more secure la.t lon growth and distribution. as a result of communistaggreMtoo. will became assistant for for cooperation with Aft, signed "because of the pressof represented' half the total Inv smut

I regions.. Father' Dilctshl ." ." Engtiahspeahleg: provinces t* can States the re<'rmla will other duties The new rreas In the country's r"Pu,
I chose to stay .ith them at the order prior general Father provide them lodging and director served four years as tattoo In the decade prior In Delegates' I t. the Urd annual

, the seminary I..lnhm the Sum and substano Mooney was previously' food. assistant eiecutlv secretary' IIIII! meeting' *f the (alhnllc
0[
I fraternal' rganltatlnn's .
I seminary was converted into director of the Marian Center of the national Legion, of Ito, supreme
i a training center for rebel her' and editor of Scapular. Goya painting cency. needed : council undertook" a

soldiers, the Priest stayed In Nature shrpesticide rivets underavalanche Carmelit' magatta, YAIJ>KMORO: ( !paln (NC) Reading fuur pronged ffnslv
against the .f( obscene >
the village! with members of -Art historians hive discovered studied KIDNKV: Australia (:s-' ; purveyors
Poverty literature,
his own clan.DELANO. Social justice a painting nf Our Norman Cardinal Oilroy of

lady by th. fmed Spanish \IW:' /lnK (I\CI -- Tl'Il'h Sydney said that there never Another resol .tlon a<1 .i'd'

IRVWUtf.: India INC) artial t Franctm-0 d* toys trig Rulers from 14 religious has been a time when the *ticmiragement I by the delegates called ft altipanslon

AREA ir.......4 'o.. ,... ,..ri< dent Lvndon B. Johnson, In Archbishop Joseph Par- ((17461W8)) in the parish communities In the ar'hdlo- of Catholic readIng I of the orgar '.
IUd of Frnakulam has asked church h.n caw of New York lived slept was more ncssry. t Ion'. Catholic advert' >I'
ago Issued orders to bureaus his message on natural beauty his The abmit air fret and at. In Harlem "particularly for our young b
, Priests and people to cooperate canvas Spanish I program, which tries to : flh
to
Congress urged pesticide
of the Interior
Nordmann Hardware of the Department avoid legislation that will place the In the government'sfight high and four fet sideshow during a five dlY workshop people In their formally I Catholic truth to pee il le
requesting tier the Mart and held her I 22 to 261 "
against starvation. Virgin August ) years who otherwise would 'se
; T,tl''. the of DDT rhlordan, burden of proof of safety on
FnKinij R.p.ir.d use
chemical The Archbishop urged In a St Julian ID whom she (u the workshop was designed' Cardinal! Oilroy mad the difficulty obtaining It. meet
MO million the proponent rather
Sporting G .dt-loelimitliMS endrifl on the h kneels l to dramatize the of statement In a Is
message
and than on the U-S, govern pastoral letter. August U handing a palm as meaning I It* challenge of antlCathr 3
of national parks
ass! I.. rt SI 'UHMr acre ment. that each parish start agrkul<< before her Art opens| say poverty and was coipmtnrei III.dl" r'nne< tins with Cath I propaganda, and create g4
e. .. II. Mw,. wildltf refuges. And PresiAL'S Ural operations and cottage that It is Imps Ibis to set a by Now York Cathartic! tMrlIPS alit Press Month' which It wilt for Ihs rathoii.. C .band

The s.l"lit, I. the prtblrmwill Industries like poultry and value on the pain::ig, w' 'h and Merry C .::1.:. of being<< oNerjed throughout<< Its people

TOP SHOP sot W any, dairy farming Its disclosed) probat date fi -> '80: I*.',!ba Kerry, New York, Australia' during August. (Iielegatei! asked. for an et-

app M N..-.. With so many mitltens of that a M\\ of 1227 houses hadbeen ., ------ .-- -- passim nf this program so

.". Ts Mai" propl starving throughout built in the arrhdkcei advertisements on Cat :.9

CoN.d A/tad Del1 the world some> pesticides under a housing" scheme frr teachings would appear' cot
needed .. the homeless who n\in\t\ >ninw only in newspapers" ar4
PW 7I461.S are to tfivprs ti.agricultural
than tooo magailnes but also on ""ar' %
mil fams: (n ,
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FRIED OICIIENICI
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COMPANY Any tIIIe that Is wireason- Bans books Other resoUrtfcws *prr '/4

Witt N.. Toil. Ari"".. 1402 North l*.".U..f l able is Immoral because ht th* K. ef C supreme boor "",

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jets Ih that i cucjdes tstateitrrminai I pontograptiir. folio fi isrhmri fJ C and reaffirmed err 'V
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o.t..d 210 Ncrs *_.t4STETSON to handle, a problem 117 Rnvels and s1 rt
Yells ;is that! most of us dismiss as story collections, nestle at of u "n S T \10rO' l'nlII'

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The Florida, Catholic Friday, August 27, 1965( : y-!




I Our High Schools are our _-


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Catholic youth programSchool '4r


staff writer moved 'into its present building relatively! small, much specialized
in 1948. Individual! instruction yi f1y
S.T PETFRMHRfi -
building As time passed and new and counseling It available _
The two-storv brick -
the corner of 14th parishes were formed some to the students J _
on of them broken off from St Among Its former graduates wU : _
Street and 20th Avenue Pauls parish. eventually in St. Paul's can claim _
North In St. Petersburg, WA the boys were removed vocations to the Prlesthood-
stands as testimony to the from St. Paul) High !School! Monsignor John P. McNulty y
rapid expansion of the with the opening( of Bishop Monsignor George W. Cummings L. .
Church In Florida, particularly Barry High School )leavingSt Father Raymond 1 : i.
in St. Petersburg.St Paul's.n all gIrls' high Brown, Father Lawrence .
Paul High/ School, when school Cunningham and others, vacations _
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to the Sisters' life -
brat established m 1430 First I accredited bv the .
homed In one.story building State of Florida and Southern; Sister Cecilia now teaching -
on 121 h Street and 2Hh( Ave .\s ot'lalilln of ('oJlI' P1 and music at her alma mater;
ore with the grade school and Secondary Schools In 1VB:: St. Sister John Kevin, Adminis 'It" .
trator of St. Clare's Hospital ..L. ;."
the Sisters of St.
staffed by Paul has maintained this accreditation ....
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Francis of Allegany New to the present. day, New York City, Sister! Conrad
York was the first Catholic testifying to the quality of the dean of the Teacher's St. Paul High School in St. Petersburgteachers
High School in St Petersburg education Its students re- College] in Brazil. -
Since then, time has seen it (',I\p. Also, outgrow the added second of various religious communities chief, nurses, and many, of academic and business
school and Here where classes are doctors, dentists, eis j
story of the grade many others Attending St courses that are offered, stu l
r r' Paul High( School now are dents may also participatein
children of former graduates, various organizations( and
A \ carrying( in their familiesthe activities including( the :National A
M tradition of a fine Catholic Honor Society' Student
education Council, Quill and Scroll
Girls' Athletic Association ii
St. Paul Is presentlystaffed Para Medi Latin, Science
by eight Franciscan French, Spanish. and Math
Sisters and four lay teachers, Clubs, the National Forensic
all dedicated to the temporaland League, Sodality Sacristans,
eternal welfare of thl'lraludl'nl. the Paulletter newspaper and I
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Under the watchful eyes of Sinter scope. General science, biology and Language students bring award
Mary Margaret, Ann Mane Greenwood chemistry classes at the school in St. -
I Eileen Cann, and Susan Ratay Petersburg are part of the required Paulette Teiisier and Mary Rusln., of the above students in the National
learn the use of the electric micro. work left and Patricia Nugent Candac lAtin Examination In addition to
Nsgle. and Patricia Ford watch s, teaching Latin 5iMer. also teaches
tJ Sister Beatrice adds the third Latih F enth while Mrs. Wyatt offers
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trophy to the trophy rase at St Paul'. cvuraec In Spanish The Sisters of ft
The trophy the third received In four P'ta"t'11 are from the congregation is
jears, is awarded' to the school on the .tlfJaDY.
National merit honorsSemmol basis of the outstanding achievement

r Mary Ruin and C.nd <.

.T ;: Dent their brought school additional Mery honorsto was I 1

named a f n Merit Scholarship EnminitionC w
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The Florida Catholic Friday, Anjjnst Z7, 1965

Sudan Bishops propose changesin

refugees claim.

British penal system

killing
was intentional
LONDON (NC) The Catholic Bishop of Englandand

KAMPALA, Uganda (NC) The mans killing t some Wales have suggested changes in the British penal
1500 southern civilian by Sudanese government system that would Include weekend sentences, privately.

in Juba on July 9 was not accidental but intentional troops, ac- run hostels for juvenile! offenders, and a greater use ofparoles

cording to refuge from that southern and suspended sentences. -
who
city have tatlon of young delinquents
here. The .
escaped
refugees say large mass gravel were the Bishops urged creation ofa
dug near barracks in 9 The recommendations were
army Juba before the massacre took general social service for
contained In a report by the "
children which
piace. would
provide
The killings were part of from the south< In late July Bishops to a royal commission assistance to children
it was reported in the Khartoum th.tI'm Issue a reporton
and parents In their own
the civil war being waged between Morning Post which the penal system In 1969. homes or In special schools.
the Sudanese govern. quoted the Arabic.
language The Blihopt' report empha- They said private agencies
went. dominated by Arabia AI Ayam, which In turn
was t 4 sited that religion ran play s should be allowed to operate
speaking Moslems of the quoting a Khartoum news crucial part In the rehsblllta- small hostels for delinquent

north, and the predominantly agency that the government tlon of offenders. youths, because "many peo-

southerners who also was considering eipell- pit have a distrust of public
pagan
ing missionaries from the "It would be unrealistic to
include some 400,000 Catholics. north because they art 1 In- l Ignore In our dealings with officials,workers but cooperate" with

,l\ed in the events In Juba..4 delinquent behavior a system private
which Is so Involved in Inspiring .
Refugees here report that
Meanwhile It has been
reported -
over 1000 including women here also that a Sudanese 1 people to ""worthier behalor English martyrs
and children were killed. Priest standards, they said
came close to being "It is social suicide to deny s S\LFORD, England (NC)-
They say they saw teams of arrested as a rebel
soldiers set fire to the straw One prominent position to religion Auxiliary Bishop Thomas
buildings in Juba and use ar.tiller report stated: In our social thinking without Pearson of Lancaster celebrated
"On July 28. Father Barna providing s tried and adequate
) against a lepers' camp. bas Man In Reformation-
Deng FSC.J., was com substitute
Roads were blocked te keep ing by tram from Awed te time vestments still stained

Chilians from fleeing they Wau. In order to avoid appearing t Is The"rather Bishopreport tedious" IlitenlngI said It with the blood of a martyr.

say in any way suspect, the. "screaming Icono- The Priest who owned them

In contrast to the figures class he took compartment a seat in a in second which Former editor honored rlaits" who with U do away was killed while actually stying .
the with rtllflous Mass and they are preserved
reported by refugees, an there were a few police officers principles.It
official Sudanese government At a station near Waua Father Vincent E.: Smith editor ed executive editor, presented Father Gerard O'Conner, Miss Collins added: Catforth at near St Robert's Preston church In the

communique stated that the policeman entered the compartment of) The Florida Catholic from 1956 Smith with a plaque In tent! Arnold; and. not pictured Mrs "If ws ss s community are Lancaster dloctse.

July It 9 said killings numbered only ordered the Priest to 1965, waa given a farewell dinner mony of his contribution to the Thomas Ott and Mrs John Acker to encourage one another to Bishop Pearson "was one e(

12"The regrettable: Incident to put up his hands and last week in Orlando On 'behalf Catholic press. Staff members are, man be law abiding, we ought toM four Bishops who "wore vtst-

ass the result of an attack searched him thoroughly He of the newspaper staff, Father from left, Crej Carpenter, Miss In a position t* give a reason menu connected with the

by southern rebels on the then hands had behind him tied his up back with and his David P. Page, left, newly appoint- Jane Quinn Mark A. HeUwig Mrs. abiding why MIn we should be law English martyrs when they

concelebrsted Mast during a
army barracks. The army fired searched his he hada order .
baggage: -- to aid the .mhahlll.Lifurgy .
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rally In the diocese of Salford
tick A number of radio and
people were killed. machine a recording Australia notes In honor of the Forty Martyrsof
Japan seesdangers Spirituality Week confers
The Sudanese governmenthas on England<< and Wales whose
"They asked the Priest hit
canonization cause is before
Instigating blamed the missionaries rebellion of the for name, He replied: 'I am Catholics gainin in held declining the Holy 8...
south against northern effortsto Barnabas Deng a Priest fromAweil' religious education needsC

impose Islam there and in They wrote down: population MNGtLORR.' India (1C( )
'
1964 ousted all mlssloners 'Mr Barnabas Deng abortion law Valerian Cardinal Graclis POIiTI..\1': I), Oregon ((1 ) New and broader hori- ORLANDOWINTER

"They took the transcript HOIUHT (NCAustralla'sCatholic ) of Bombay has said here tons in Catholic education were urged by speakers at theistlans

of their Interrogation te a population has more there Is a "spiritual vacuum"In 1M5 Liturgical Week here.
than doubled in the 20 \SIII.NGTOV (NCCasy )- PARK
ORLANDOWINTER hither: officer(\ who came and years India and attempts are The relationship of ChI t to the secular world
since the end of World War II : abortion and other
declared the Priest was .... made everywhere to "changethe alsto was examined duringone the August 18.19 meetings
while the total has
PARK peeled of \being a 'freedom Increased by only population 90 cent. family limitation programsIn codes of morality of three being annnsor*d this year by the LJturglcal
lighter'"They per Japan have created more Speaking at a meeting Conference. The first war I li n Baltimore In June and the "Say IT With Power

wanted to take him Australia Catholics today problems than they have sponsored by Bangalore I'nl- third will be In Chicago COLLEGE PARK
number % 'sot compared solved, a theologian and a \ersity. the Cardinal warnedof "
.C>.I Flowers sty it for you" from the .5t later this month Hcloiit, she added, "the
tram to FLORIST
away get
with 1,237,135 In IMS. Japanese economist freed a general decline In public must' be conscious that
BLOSSOM TIMEFLORIST rid of him but a ;Nubian Thouttndi of l's eta. (Itellftoui very ",... si elm,
here morals which would kill the children are not andmost UN ...._ .It MTU
soldier Intervened, sayingthat i The total population has and laymen attending
the world "e\en without anuclear of them never will\ be." *.li0. Sill SI SUM
this was not lawful without grown to 11312557 from These practices have heard speakers, .Ir.... the
2510 S. Orange Blossom T,. the authorization of a still 7.291.892 during the same undermined the ph)steal) and war" need for' impmed religious Father Donald Conger' p...
The (r. rdinal declared that
424.4722 N.ttGAJ.5247Herman higher officer The Nubian period. Biggest factor In the menial health of women, education In which the relevance tar of Holy Family church I
marked rttcl-e! of
a spiritual
went to this officer who came population rise ls the post ar weakened amity life, tapped and inn-l I lalutt. IMttclplme of religion to dally lift Kirkland, Washington, and a Children'sClothes
and declared that there was Immigration program which national morale', and treated "would bt matte clear The member of the Setttlt arch-
J. Heidrich no reason for suspicion and has brought! 2.220.000 new settlers economic problems whirs I among students and meeting's therm- was Jesus diocesan liturgical commission Line
& Sons freed Father Deng" to the country Manyespecially may become trite In the Chanfes In norms ol moralityas Chriit Heformt Hit Church" said the greatest challenge i '
well at political feud.use In teaching liturgy today Finest 'Ix ,,,ncl,.,, wee
among the non- jetrs ahead" they tI.c1artd.tirrelllnl Father Gerard Slean, head
Inns NI 11,0.1II .
) the remarkablt
displaced
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of the relirtnni Hwitlon d may lie In "trying to rediscover tt kudgtt prlcttAiwplt
e.rM W '......... British Immigrants are *
AQUINO'SSEKVINS these views In cohesion that charaetrrlted the of
true nature
.... Catholics pertinent t I.t'mlle': t'nlersity pirtinf.; In'
SUNS PINSVV1e51M51 Father Anthony the period Immediately rote
an Interview were ( the Church.
\ of America, called re
THE blab Catholic \Increase hat Zimmerman S.V.0 of I fallowing India "Independence tni i.t..Mr w. /L .".
llgioui srhinfi' "a
FINEST ITALIAN! FOODS posslblt "Tt I. Irtsstale native
rear 15151. been la the big cltirt. Rirtl the theology department at agency" of religious Hurt Iry
DINNERS FROM areas bate thews a mack N 1ft i s n I'nlveruty, and On government's 'family hut sddod "So awareness ef 'eomminlty le
LEWIs.CoIIEXTERMINATING CO. 4.30 P.M. te 11:00: PM. slower growth rate SMden Inoue, head of the unl- I planning program. Cantonal lion a<'I..n the fine are arts social thai .f the holy community llouteof
LOUNGE vertity't economies department Graclas said as a result of already established by Baptism
Bert
M.LeN 54 The S dn.v irchdwre home life, parish lift, and renflrmtllos and. the
)
220 OrUnd. A.o., W', It India Is "losing hold on the
..11II.11
tin tfnt s> M t 54wWa pew from 304,117 In l>>ti to liturgical celehration r'arhirlil: will\ he the task of .M
noble traditions' of the
!7MI74MO I law of IMS Induced COIII.try'
Hwy Under
MM
Ml a iNiilt around the
Scrip ..
the Mil he .
\4.330.. while the Melbourne cater ,
abortion ,Is rrmrtted In womanhood He described lures ..w.lt..
archdiocese from 230 nno .
rose .
Japan at the discretion of a as "morally un.l ftiMr Jean Marie Confrattmity He also deplored a "povertyof
In Eolt Orlando Subdivision; ; or Monterey HomnWo to JM !W. The Increase in the' "designated physician' who II"d" s policy uixler which or Christian' Doctrine Jove for the Holy Scrip COINrvitr) q 55r r Lra e.
Have The Homo" You Went So left Got Tt,....., two sees accounted for half Judges that s woman's health birth control It advocated at supervisor for the dwxest of lures" and said s..Nr a..

the total growth la Catholic would be affected seriously the only solution to India'sfond Kansas (its St Joseph Missouri "Wt must teach especially BAT STEAK. .
population over the past two
DEMETREE BUILDERS decades by continued pregnancy problem. urged teachers of re. that we assemble on the ON A SKI Will

1)07 En Colon!.! Or. D viewpoint"Protester the world In which the student
Cod"WALTER IIwY.d 0-
rise the number of students In Subscribe
Catholic schools has also Io. estimated now I III f The 0- N.e.1kl1130.Lv'

F RESTAURATEURS GEa r more than doubled la 1MJ that the total tbertloM art it --.--- 'If the teacher Is a 1'.- MENGES '1.90II

EQUIPMENT I 4 e BONUS S & H | total enrollment U 1671 least S3 snltlta' SRHsally. and OotKioe Te M.i to.-- L O.wrna4 /

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HOTEL CHINA AND i'AT IorwtirK "
WOBI 111 w mt S.Nw.u". 14 that\ Japan's etpertefK with. Avon From St Joi nun wtrurnrControl
a liberalised abortion law It
MEN. definitely, not a happy one "'
I 5e.yesCSee11W Citizens have j Joined groups FWidtS Only

THOMSON & McKINNONIN '400' asking for a change la the
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f! The Florida Catholic Friday August" 27 19 .5I Ma Archbishop CodyCHICAGOArchbishop



Public funds for birth controlseen a ..'. John Patrick Cody was installed .

I r- as Archbishop of Chi

cago on Tuesday, August 24.
as danger to civil liberties Following the installation in

Holy Name Cathedral at 4

WASHINGTON (NT) A spokesman for the Na college graduates while 10 pm.. Mass was concelebrated -

tional Catholic Welfare Conference and the Pennsylvania per cent had only high school with Archbishop EgidioVagnozzi (

I Catholic Welfare Committee told a Senate subcommittee training or less apostolic delegate

those agencies oppose use of "public power and public "While the Congress ap to the United celebrant.States the prin.cipal

funds" for birth control programs on civil liberties pears to contemplate a pro ArchbishopCody
gram of international family the Auxiliaries of Chicago

grounds.Provisions. for carrying out of the planning 1 ," he commented and the suffragan Bishops .
of birth control of Province of
the Illinois
same "little seems to be said about
Jeeislation! before the Senate
l who the participated 14 conceit-
planners
Government Operations subcommittee The NCWC and the PCWC are reallyto
brants in alL
be. And their role will
yet
I
"serious dangers have no objection to government s
pose be the of the Among the members of the
marrow
to civil liberty! while offering support for population very" hierarchy present was Archbishop

no genuine prospect of study and research pro. program. Joseph P. Hurley.
relieving the problems of grams, Mr. Ball said provided Mr. Ball also expressed

poverty, crowding and disease these can be carried on concern about the possibilityof Council leads
which they purport to without "intrusion" on the sterilization and abortion men

sohe," declared William B. "sensibilities and customs of being made part of the government

Fall, representing the NCWC other national communities" population control to make religion

and the PCWC. But he sharply opposed program He pointed out that

Mr Ball expressed particu government Involvement In these practices are not excluded count, says PopeCASTELGANDOLFO
lar concern at the civil liberties actual birth control programson under the definitionof
implications of public constitutional grounds population control in the Italy
bill before the subcommittee. (NC) Pope P.ul1 has
birth control programs for "It Is easy, he comment. Pte: t t
the poor. ed "to be mesmerized by He also voiced alarm about said that the ecumenical

concepts of social planning the "note of racial eugenlclsm" : council .Is teaching everyone
"If the power and prestige just as it is natural to want which he said is "in. that now .is the time to restore

flf government Is placed behind the least, and shortest steps to escapable" in the bill. Transfiguration's convent underway St. PetersburgConstruction veracity Integrity
aimed at pro. ,
programs strength and harmony to the
solve the worst and most An opposing stand was

tiding the birth control coercion sen neceswarily Iresto complex of our problems. taken by Father Dexter L. !is In progress for Petersburg. The blessing of the slated! by Father John Bolger, presided profession of Christianity In
poor all walks of life.
results and violations "But we must remember Hanley S.J., of Georgetown the convent planned to serve Sisters ground at the site took place early at the ceremony after a Speaking at his weekly
general
flf human privacy become In. that the planning of familiesis University law center. lie when they come to teach at this summer On the occasion Father Mara A large number of the parishioners audience here in the
different noted that his testimony was
".Itable," he said from a thing the planning radically of high a "personal statement" of his the Transfiguration School in St. Edward Mulligan right, as. were in attendance. middle of last week, the Pope

Mr. Ball li general counsel ways, and the government own views _u____ referred especially to council
action the
during
ft the Pennsylvania Catholic control of birth may come forthcoming
Welfare I CommitteeIth close to being government Bishop Whealon session on the mission of the
of Church in and the
headquarters In Harrisburg.Ie control of life. We think that Persecution Hungary layman postdate. Christiaa

is a former law school this Is no place for govern.
materialism "Modern culture has recognized
professor and a specialist in ment. Luxury
the legitimate and dutiful
,
constitutional law. He said he was not challenging despite Reds denialWith
proven severe distinction among various
Ha told the subcommittee { privately supportedbirth "
fields of human
activity the
vocations
that his statement, besides control programs work It Is estimated that of dangers to
VIENNA, Austria (XC-) -The claims by communistshere Pope said. It grants to each
representing the views of the which are "entirely protected 4500 priests living In Hun8 .
Pennsylvania agency, had under the law of the land." in Hungary that Catholics t enjoy full freedom of al'\'. onK\ about WOO are fulfilling CJ.KVKMNI; : J) (NC) The increasing affluence of thus"a relative"every autonomy"science and

been "reviewed by the Na But he added "the Implications religion are contrary to statiiterioratkm sties which show a rapid de- their priestly duties. American Catholics tends to discourage! vocations profession and skill has every a

tional Catholic Welfare Conference of public intervention of the HungarianIn : I Church in the past 20 years Auxiliary: Bishop John F. Whealon of Cleveland told the relative independence( of its
ant! is submitted with in this area have been
Its exprr* approval.." scarcely considered and now an effort to counter \V,estern criticism over the ar.I'aganda Grandfatherjoins National Sisterhood Vocation Conference here last Satur. the own truly which religious separates sphere.it from'

The Sri ate Government require the most careful rests of Catholic Priests, pr(>l machines In Hunllgious day. lions, the Bishop declared Is But at the same time. the
Operations subcommittee be. welching.: and other communist Vocations, Bishop Wheaton the sheer volume of noise. He
gary Pope continued "when these
fore which Ball testified August While it Is "very easy" to orders has declined sacredPriesthood declared come from the added:
24, has been holding pro. offer assurances that there nations have been grindingout from 1B7 to 6, and orders of ranks of the poor-and in just "People are literally being particular fields and of activity
take in hisflnllrf'ty
tracted hearings on legislation will be no coercion In government stories which purportto Sisters have fallen during the a few generations Americans! brainwashed by noise . concern man. .

sponsored by its chair birth control programs show Hungarian Catholics same period from 39 to 2. have moved up the financial Many of our people, especial and must honor everyone and be honored can.
Senator Ernest Gruen- does little "to relieve the scale from farm or factory the cannot .
man this are doing well. ly young seemingly
very Where In J1IU there were by the religious light
trig of Alaska and others. encounter of its built-in coercive One of these stories, complete :.10 seminaries with nearly :MKDFORD: Massachusetts: poverty to a middle claM. !hear silence which illuminates that $'.<
bill Mr. Ball comfort and even affluence.He Another facet of American
Senator Gnienlng's atmosphere wIth figures (NO) A grandfather and
erroneous lone students there are now preme aim which makes its
,S. 1678)) proposes a 1967 said. was Issued recently by the six seminaries with about 300 veteran of two wars was ordained added: society causing a decline Invocations achievement possible
White (House Conference on Tax movement In a Priest in the Carmelite "We produced more vocations he added, is the decline
:Mr. Bull said that In sucha party-lining kliidenls.' "That is to say, the where
Population! and the creation situation there Is Poland. The real statistics order ht're.Altt'ndlng proportionately, duringthe In the virtue of love activity. becomes moral it
rf posts for assistant secretaries a 'NY published here reveal the extent There were fid newspnxrsand | the rare ceremony great depression of the "True love Is complete dedication must have its point of refc>r.
on population in the prrlal problem" for Catholics to which the Hungarian magazines! issued by the were his three grandchildren 19301 than we do today. We of self to another and ence in the central point cf
brill'
who
Plate Department and the \I' contraception Church has been restricted Church in 1915. There are nowonly their parents and note that there are far more humility Is a fundamental requirement life which is God and which
to be morally wrong, vocations from the middle of love" he said.
Department of Health Education since 1945.Twenty four. There were 20 his mother. Christ reveals to and leads us

and Welfare. He also raised questions years ago: there Church run printing presses Father Mark Dittaml of class parishes"than from the "The amage jnulh today tow.rd."

Mr. Rail pointed to sections abed the qualifications of were about 6tKin! ) Priests and two decades ago: None of Medford 5.1. who served In affluent ones has been eminld on marriage

.f the billI hlch he said prospective caseworkers In 7500 Sisters In Hungary. Now them is operating now. both World War II and the The materialistic. atmosphere as the only approach to In East Germany

make It "plainly and simply, such programs.{ lie noted thata there are about 4500 Priests Right after( World War JI Korean War received the of the nation hat become happiness In life But a happy
a bill for the establishing of IDfiO! survey showed that 30 and !too) Sisters most of Hungarian Catholics had 49 sacrament of Holy Orders at so hostile to true Christianity marriage fan only exist BKRIJV:
a domestic and International per cent of all public assistance whom don't live in convents. high schools/ more than 3100\( ) the Carmelite seminary in Bishop Wheaton continued where both parties are on- Catholic parish. of Zmnw aid, in

birth control program: and forth caseworkers were not The number of male re- elementary, schools and nine suburban Hamilton. Father! that It is (perhaps selfish and humble" communist ruled Fast (,<-rv
hospitals Dittaml entered the Carmelite surprising that there are any many contributed W.ooo m m
of
creating permanent of conflict novitiate at Aylesford England : religious vocations at all. The conference here was hour to build a new I ",ir ',
federal governmental organsSubscribe Bishop warn ,s In lOGS they have eight high
in 1962 after the deathof He said: sponsored by the Thereoians, It was consecrated br .I i 'p
schools no elementary his wife a women's organization for Otto Spueibeck of Mei" nand
elN..NN.N.4N.N.NNN issue of f schools and no hoipltal "When religion: N strong trllli'oratlonl to the Sister Is dedicated to St
over now to people was" a motivating there will rome, forth the
"" "' '''''''''"''''''''"" "M s ( I raid p.a..n.) "holpl'ry xltalily they seem attention has been directed at factor In his decision to 'become chosen ones, the nohle ones
as Imperious, Juridical, demanding to but deny, lay organizations rather than demandfor
espouse really Priests and Sisters There a Priest and "my family with generosity ol heart and Parents voicing
i or unreasonable, I Is thrilled," he said high Ideals.
|illIC1ID VOW\ IHDO ILA'm' "Conversely, the galloping were 4IKX( ) such groups In 1945.
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t and at the same time for persons exponents of chance!: for its Only one Is in existence to His simple vows were t.... "But when religion Is weak Catholic schools

\ of an opposite "persuasionto own sake repudiate! and day. caned by his brother Father or weakened when materialism more

-. 1)1) ,......:. picture the faithful as un jeopardize the valuable heritage Kven.: the figures given Mario L. Dittaml at Kins- ( or sennualitm are the
I"" 1- lettered, dependent" unreliable : they claim to espouse above don't tell the whole dale Ireland, In 13 and his true dominating spirits of society llfMlMilON: Indiana (:NC) Dmpite cnti. isms

:..=.,. Aa Tr", M"ALUMINUM. i ;S or dangerous. "Renewal requires faith in story, since the government's solemn vows at Hamilton[ and the gods of the land of Catholic education parents are voicing an ''t v 'r

weucAnr 1t iCJ:-a Bishop Shannon added: the Church and its divine mission office of church affairs holds seminary last month The it will be most difficult for growing demand for more Catholic schools accnr i.ng

\ confidence that its life tight reign normal Carmelite Priest was graduated either true religion or vocations
Ih, If 1". tl.... llltlnfV.i.itj :\lrn who set Ihemsehes a over
ttiy ww
ptvM
to the of the National Catholic Education :
IIKMIII ..,.tln' 5100'.' I D... (firmly against the express is the life of grace, and Church activities such as from Tufts University to appear in a society"Among prenident general -
,.. ,..
bah, Filtimi' G ilpxi, IMII.pieliinwf Association<< ,
ildml' FwmtiHi i If'. iflulM' will of the Holy Father and courage!: to attempt new waysto preaching and teaching and received his marter's degree the factors in marks for c.tlMluIi" <
41 Mil IlllUK l>Ppl'>,f till, t .'..".. the Fathers of' the Second meet the challenge of Many Priests are denied in education Bridgewater American\ life which militate Writing in Our Sunday
M.mil.rlur.l Inr Vatican Council are barren change in society permission to carry out their State College against true religion( or toca- Visitor, natumat Catholic I I "Cathftbc education hatnever
115.101 01110110" a ION better
had
.m|>... ......, H I.. .l.r. lt.l exponents of a tradition weekly published here. Bishop prepvsdteachers .
IaIteBBIBBBIIhBllil Eeriest J Prtmeaii of or better f"I'ledhopMi

Manchester., New MampaMre. of still more tmnietrt i
adds! that "never In the his teachers to come"Facilities "

TAMPAINSURANCE tN'vof the Church in America
..are g1> |
have our schoeJ been in a and Ivnpross.g
better position to fulfill the
-"The" rvrrtrilim ties I
demands nude upon" them.
whit the best .f and
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Fire. Auto Life .Morne Business public
or
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Bishop I Primes charges private ich. ..li.
HENRI A. MONTEAU that murk current criticism

'l MOREEAND-OIIYER-MONTEAU, INC .r Catlralk PtI.ul"'a I I. M..,. "New life and M3e\
.., II W.s+.rn Union Building elite. siifalr and drttrvrtlte"' ,11 (being |i ben to th>* t. .'

Phone 2'.1911| T.mp, Florida becaote "..r schools were of religion The m 'j <

ever asked U d. .hat these the faithful in 11'1'\| s1.
world Is welt.| .
critics r.*tesl they should. being -J

All-Silent Retreat For state d,,".."

"Given the reiicxms.! politi EDUCATION FOR
Men Labor Day Weekend rat and social rlimato of the AEROSPACE ACEV

1, RIa lltl 4Ylt' 'r' atlk'sWft.\ i. firs 50 years of this' rarturr. for se to e
h. says. "tfce alms set by the 5.55105 des 1r.;;_.
school authorities were sects- V qtf* tC4*C
u-tl\ 9ilt'tatoitcome) [
[ (
nrv, practical, within the and .1tt.<'>IfJ rIs
range of the system, if aot at fratnm. Accr -
ali mbrartM as we. with *( >t4 eo.'!.tprO. .
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h ndni uM. ralM hate de
12 et Mttoounw
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t But desprte' the entjcUm. e.l., an r1"'
he adds "..., Catbete parents _'oee 1IIfttt. '
to
me are M4 hacktof wmfr"m 'nt." Col. V.r
tsr conMiitiMwfat" J. Htt M wMrfhridt

they need !nut for all the Air Acidtmy
all yy wko. .,. <
i are food
k..*lly 1.ed.e.d. she Bithop has UKM- plus

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4 j Academy Of The Holy Names

Friday Evening; September 3rd to ...;cI.$ ad d.y cKo.i for 9;rk Gr.d. e"+e to t.e' -.. f- *

Monday Morning, Stpftirbcr bah ..... Pr09'iflcilfcl.s: ee1.qs p'e'er.. ) } sasses ",,.c, ..4 sod seer's. c..d1olC,.d bf S n.... If .... He!..
OUR LADY OF FLORIDA N._ lilt l
Monastery Retreat Pai ionit Fathers Interior beautification of Cathedral nextbe

ROTARIAN ACADEMY

R'i'rv.tioni: the extension' and the roof orably After thi e Installation ot marbles to used for altar, floor l.*:lellt .n4 4.i shod for 9:>k+ ... Jars of b*...fJ l.iWorlk .

Rev. R.tr..t Oirtctor. C.P. practically completed on the Ca. ducts for u1M -con.l]litionint; is made, and ca.rmcots. This view .hr>. s Gr.J i to **.'... F-.llf occrco t.4. N.. | ..

(1300 U. S Hqhwuy, # I th North Palm
AC 305-J44-77M Beach Florid 1340 nor John P. Hum, pastoi.. rei,",rt.111 b.'gin!: I ;e arc la prew nt. work' onan tot interior St. 13oe.." For ca.oq: oddreer Rig lk.e

that the work, is pr\'gre ting faw ly in Italy on inspection of HOSAHIAN ACADfMY WIST PALM lEACHen






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