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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: September 10, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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I, Early conquistadores for God and King prepare the way I


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would slay the monk before hearing why they were there In
this the cessful were made to
ON anniversary, quad. attempts his own account he wrote:

i ricentennial of the first per Christianize and colonize La "Reaching the beach, I fell on my knees and prayed for

manent settlement within the Florida before the seventh at- grace and divine help And rising, I began to draw
articles of Flanders, which
out of my sleeves some though of

Ponce de Leon present.day United States, the tempt succeeded. These are the small account and of little value to Christians, were much

story is reviewed briefly of the accounts, as set forth by the Research prized by them and highly appreciated.


1513, 1521 events that led up to the founding Staff, Mission of Nombrede Three people disappearFather

Ponce de Leone 1513 voyage of discovery was not a chapter of St. Augustine. Six unsuc.pre.d Dios, St. Augustine, Florid
little later returned alone to the
Cancer a ship to
in Catholic history. It was more like a preface. The first
obtain more presents, but on his return to shore he could not
It
Ponct'i credit
missionary: chapter would com later. To abroad across the earth to form many nations, and how use of deception In his dealings with the Indians or reducing find any of his three companions And a sailor who had helpedrow

< U he who would writ It. God had come to earth to save the nations "wheresoever they them to slavery when it served his purpose, or acptmg: Indian the Priest ashore was afterwards lured into the brush

Dispossessed of a governor's office In Puerto Rico, he had might live and be." "Wherefore," he continued: women for his own pleasure, to his credit it is also recorded the Indians and spirited11). The next day Father Cancer by
set out to find wealth and power-.nd that fabled fountain assisted the Priests in instructing Indian
that he sometimes
"I entreat and require you to understand this well whichI and Father Juan went ashore, but could find no one.
m islands that he thought lay to the northwest. According to have told you, taking the time for !It that la just you should chiefs and tribesmen in the basic beliefs of Christianity.
the east Despairing of finding them, the ship set a northerly course
landfall
the best estimates, Ponce made his on upper
and
to comprehend reflect and that you recognize the Church for the harbor of which the natives had spoken. After
sometime eight
coast of the present state of Florida. The date was
as Mistress and Superior of the Universe and the Supreme teaches lessonOn
Cross days of sailing along the coast and several more negotiating
between the 2nd and the 8th of April.
Pontiff called Pope and that
and
you consent give oppor the harbor entrance, the ship sailed into a bay where it seemed
Of the ceremonies! of landing there Is no record. In any that these Fathers and and raised
tunity religious men may declare and one such ocrsn, De Soto fashioned a suitable to establish a settlement and mission On the feast of
event there could have been no Mass, because no Priest was these things to ths
preach you"Narvaes western
towering pine tree cross at the town of Casqul on Corpus Christ!, Father Cancer and Father Juan Garcia offered

with the party and a large party of men marched northward.The bank of the Missssippi (March 26, 1511), and proclaimed to Mass on shore.Magdalena.

Taking a southerly course down the coast, Ponce sailed fleet despairing of their return, turned back toward Cuba the Indians of the place:

past the Florida reefs, which he named "The Martyrs," "be Cut off from all supplies, Narvaez and his companions reachedthe "This was He who had made the sky and the earth and who had reverted to her pagan ways, appeared
the next with crowd of other Indians.
day along a She
cause the high rocks looked at a distance like men who are country of the Apalache Indians the He suffered
near present site of man in His own image Upon the tree of the Cross
treacherously told Father Cancer that the "lost"
and rounded the keys. He sailed the west coastof party was
suffering, up Tallahassee.In .
the tomb llis third
to save the human race and rose from on
to what have been the present site of safe In reality, the Indians had slain Father Diego and the
the peninsula may desperate plight from hunger, they killed the horses for day and having ascended into heaven, was there to receive
23 and lay brother and were holding the sailor in bondage
southward anchored
Pensacola. he turned on May "
Again
food and used the hides to construct five large boats which with open arms all who would be converted to Him,
at or near Charlotte Bay, Back at the ship, Father Cancer learned from white man
they launched In the gulf, 50 men to a boat. One after another, At another west bank Indian town named Tamallteu,
named Juan Munoz (who had been from De Solo'sexpedition
This bay was to bear his name for many years-Bahla the boats foundered In the surf between Pensacola and Mats.gorda which De Soto reached three years after the start of his captured
he had encounter with Indians and ) of the fate of his friends Munoz had escaped from
,
Juan Ponce. Here a bloody
Most of the men drowned. Eighty survivors were cast extraordinary ovetland journey the explorer fell gravely ill,
the Indians and paddled out to the Spanish ship in a
decided to return to Puerto Rico. canoe.
up on the Texas coast. Even this number dwindled
through and appointed a successor, Luis de Moscoso to lead the remainder
On September 27, 1514 Ponce was' commissioned by the sickness, exposure and starvation. The captain of the ship, meanwhile, wanted to withdraw A
of his discovery of his men to safety couple of days later-after writing in his journal-Father Cancer ,
Spanish King Charles V, to secure possession new After Incredible
The commission empowered Ponce to settle "the island an crossed odyssey of seven years during which On May 21, 1542 De Soto "confessed his sins with sorrow Father Gregono and Munoz, the De Soto campaigner,
they actually the continent
ocean to the four "
ocean offended God and died A brave
and compunction for having reached the shore.Martyrdom.
with him number of Priests.
of Florida He was to take a survivors reached Mexico and
The Priests had
safety. all soldier, a man of invincible spirit and high resolve, he wrote
Indians best the King admonished,
"Treat (the ) as you can, given their lives. Narvaez, too, was dead.
'seeking In every possible way to convert them to our Holy one of the early chapters in Florida's Catholic history, and of Father Cancer
Catholic Faith" pasted from this life beloved by his men, of whom 300 remained

of the 600 who had landed with him at Tampa Bay. A
before Ponce could get his colonization
Seven yean passed IVHernando Indiana were waiting for them, brandishing weapons Mu.
In the meantime two group of soldiers wrapped his corpse in a mantel and bore it
and missionary enterprise underway. noz shouted out a warning to them to stop their hostile demon
by canoe to the middle of the Mississippi. There, "' th the
occurred that worth notice. <
events are our stratum. But Father Cancer said, "Be quiet, brother do not
deepest reverence, they consigned the remains of their commander
de Soto provoke them." Father Gregorlo urged his superior: "For the
to the bed of the !great river that he discovered.
First Priest in Florida? love of God wait a little, do not I.nd.to
With the end of the De Soto expedition. Spain's fourth
Father Cancer leaped from the boat and waded on to the
1539 great effort In "La Honda there were still no permanent
First, an accident took place at sea which may have bearh. Taking a small crucifix, and after praying on his knees
missions, and the mass of remained u" rted worshippers
brought the first Priest to Florida shores. His name was Father savages for a moment he arose Several Indians rushed at him. and
Soto sailed from San Lucar on April 1, U38, with 10 of sun and sky.Father .
Alonzo Gonzales, and he accompanied an ill fated voyageof DE the vicious swipe of a club dispatched the Priest from this
Francisco Hernandez de Cordova from Cuba to the Bahamas ships and a company of 620 men. His cedula, or charter life.

the 58 of Cordova'sparty from King Charles V stipulated that he take "Priests who
in 1517, If Father Gonzales was not among
V The year was now 1549, and still neither Spain nor the
he with Cordova shall be appointed by us for the Instruction of the natives of
of 110 killed by Indians, presumably was
Church had a foothold in the land of flowers
when storms blew Cordova's fleet against the west coastof that province In our Holy Catholic Faith, to whom you are to

Florida during the return to Cuba. give and pay the passage, stores and the other necessary subsistence \ .

Second another explorer, Alonzo Alvarez! dc Pineda, discovered for them according to our condition." Luis Cancer VI

in 1519 that Florida was not an island, as everyone Don Hernando d* Soto although only 38 years of age, wasa

thought who had heard Ponce's account of the 1513 voysge. knight commander of the order of Santiago. Hs was a veteran 1549FATHER

Pineda himself fixed the western juncture to the mainland of the campaigns in Central America, and had served Tristan de Luna
under Francisco Pizarro In the of the (Incas.In .
at Mobile river and bay which he named after the Holy conquest Luis Cancer de Barbastro 0 P, a native of Sara-
Spirit Rio de Esplrltu Santo. 1538 he decided to "conquer, pacify and populate" the
peninsula of Florida and the lands extending westward to the Spain was a missionary a messenger of !peace, a 1559
noble, brave and gifted man-a martyr,
Rio Grande. Almost alone among the Spanish commanders he

Ponce encounters Indians was undaunted by the failure of the earlier expeditions led by On December 28, 1547. a royal charter addressed to Don differ regarding the size of the expedition led

Ponce de Leon and Narvaez The desperate tale told by Cabezade Antonio de Mendoza, viceroy of Mexico, commanded him to ACCOUNTS
1521, Ponce de Leon at last embarked from Puerto Rico de Luna y Arrellano son of the governorof
provide Father Cancer with to the unconverted land
I IV Vaca, companion of Narvaez only spurred him on to succeed passage! Yucatan.
Rico In two ships with 200 men and SO horses together with where others had failed. of Florida and all necessary supplies, Including "whatsoeverwas
a variety of domestic animals and agricultural Implements, The Spanish king, Philip II, promoted his voyage, De Luna
Twelve Priests In all accompanied the expedition to Flori needful for celebrating Mass. Early in 1549, Father Cancer
took with him five Priests and brother of the Dominican
a lay
gunpowder crossbows and other arms. Diocesan and religious da. Eight were diocesan, of whom we know the names of set out from Vera Cruz Mexico, on an unarmed vessel
Order, He set sail from Vera June 11
Crut. 1558
order Priests accompanied the expedition to establish mission Mexico with
these: Father Dlonlslus de Puff Father Rodrigo de Gallegos named the Santa Maria de la Enema Three other Dominican
11 ships carrying 500 soldiers 1000 settlers and 240 horses
posts among the Indians. Priests him Father de Reteta Father
Gregorio
Father Francisco de Pozo and Father Diego di Bannuelos. accompanied : ,
Their landing with Ponce In Florida Is the first positively % Diego de Tolosa and Father Juan Garcia. All three were seasoned (Another account lists 15 ships carrying 1500 soldiers and

authenticated Instance of the presence of Catholic Priests on New World missionaries. settlers )
the mamla&l of the United States Where Ponce came ashore Fanfare at landingDe De Luna landed at Pensacola Bay on August 14 Wrote De
When on May 29, land was sighted, the Priests did not
on Florida's coast Is not known but It was probably In the Luna to King Phillip "As we entered on the day I say I
Soto reached Florida'a west coast on May 25, U.W The know it, but the pilot had brought them to a point near Tampa
named the
honor
vicinity of Charlotte Harbor on the Gulf coast. There he wasimmediately bay in your as Bahia FUipma del Puerto de
and attacked bay In which he laid anchor was the same Tampa Bay In Bay, almost exactly where, not many years before, Narvaez Santa Maria. "
Indians.Many
furiously by which Narvaez had disembarked. De Soto named the bay and De Soto had landed and spread the terror of their arms
So
De Luna with land that he
of his men were killed. Ponce himself was badly pleated was the sent a ship
Esplrltu Santo On June 3, he landed and took formal Father Cancer decided to ashore in small boat With
wounded from an arrow, He sadly reembarked with his Priests posses.don go a (load of settlers Immediately to Spain in order to persuade

and people and returned to Cuba, where he died of his wounda of Florida with all the usual ceremonies him went Father Diego, a Spanish lay brother named Furntes. other Spanish settlers to come join his colony. He divided the

few days afterwards. There were no Indians In attendance. Thou who rived In and Indian woman interpreter named Magdalena, and the others with him into two groups, sending one group to reron-

Noble in conception, the first missionary enterprise had that region, on seeing the approach of De Solo's ships, had pilot Juan de Arana Father Diego first ashore, climbed a niter th.l.nd. and the other up a nearby river by small boats,
lit warning fires along the coast and fled Into the brush De tree to the As he did 15
been a conspicuous failure before it could even take root. survey surrounding country so, or Dominican Priests accompanied both groups Before their return
Soto. sent out two reconnoitering parties to capture natives to 20 Indians. came out of the woods and approached the shoreline to the feet a fierce storm bore down on the harbor.

serve as interpreters. One of the patrols win led by Baltazarde cautiously Many died aboard ship and on shore.

II Gallegos, a relative of Cabeza de Vaca. Father Cancer gathered up his habit, sprang Into the sea, For the survivors nothing of consequence remained of

After a severe march of 10 days, Gallegos and Ms 60-man and ran ashore In water up to his cincture, fearful the Indians their stores. When the reconnalssnce parties returned It was

patrol( returned With them was an "Indian" Ml body painted to scenes of desolation But De Luna urged them to con.

Lucas Vasquez de Ayllon in livid colors, carrying a bow and arrow tinue the colony at all costs. The story for the next year and

a half was one of successive eipeditions in search of food.

1526 Spanish reugeeound De Luna sent the two ships left for help


Gallegos reported to De Soto that he had found this Indianat

FIVE yean later Lucas Vasquez de Ayllon, a royal judge a point some eight leagues ((20 miles) Inland and that when Priest pleads for peaceSuch

Santo Domingo, sailed toward Florida with 800 men the Indian became frightened of the Spaniards, he had called was the distension among the leaders that the

and women Including two Priests and one lay brother of the out to the Holy Virgin to be spared De Soto agreed with Gal' Priests were troubled. Father Domingo de la Anunciacion do
Order of St. Dominie logos: this was no( Indian This was a Spanish Christian. He
dad to speak, During Mass at the beachhead on Pensat nIl
He followed the eastern seaboard of "La Florida" ss far had lived 12 years among the Indians and even after he had
Bay, on Palm Sunday of 15A1, he turned suddenly toward thepeople
north as the Chesapeake Bay where an attempt was made to been with De Soto four days, he still could not put together a his
/iw with the Sacred Host ia hands and addressed De
colonize beginning September 29, 1928. whole sentence In Spanish. Luna

Ayllon died that winter In the arms of one of the Priests After a time, the Christian was able to tell his story His ti The Pried told the governor that If he would become
and the 150 survivors decided to return to Santo Domingo. name was Juan Ortiz He had been captured from one of
reconciled with the and
captains his tin In d
repent it-
Thus, the second altar of Christian worship was abandoned Narvaez' ships. The tribal chieftain had set him to work causing
season and suffering among the people, before three days a
like the first guarding the Indian dead from wild beasts On one occasion
ship would arrive ia port with help to relieve the hufifer of
Ortiz killed a wolf that had carried off the body of a child U the colony

Despite this act, he was condemned to die He escaped and -
The governor was so struck by the confidence in the
III found refuge, In a neighboring tribe's village Priest's voice, he turned to the concrtfaUea and ronfe..*d
"V, hen w e realized that no gold was to be found here, we
aloud befere all the people that he had been
wrong, asking for
left the Port of Bahla Honda In order to move Inland with all) 1 i iti
A recondiiatioa '
forgiveness. followed before
among
Panfilo de Narvaez the men who had come, except for 28 horsemen and 80 foot. the altar. everyone

men, who remained to guard the port until the Governor (De

Soto) should communicate with them or bid them to join

1528 him So wrote the King's representative on the expedition Colonist/ rescued

Luis Hernandez de Biedma.
\J f\X June 17, 1527, Panfilo de Narvaex sailed from the Span. De Solo, his Priests and soldiers left the west coast to t a And Lo. en the feltewwg day a ship appeared on' the V>rV

Ish port of San Lurar with 800 colonists and soldiers, march northward Into the trackless continent. son. It was laden with svppfies from New Spas for Tnitn de

Like Ponce on his second voyage he brought with him Luna's: men Father Domingo prayer-aad propr.ec --raj

Priests to evangelize and unknown number of diocesan been answered

Priests and five Franciscan friars. Of the secular Priests, only Trek to Tallahassee The vessel l that entered the harbor was command br

one is known to us by the name "El Asturiano," the Asturlan. Angel \tlla'ane.! appointed to replace De Una \ \illalane
Narvaei failed In the first months, from July IS, 1539. to October De Soto
to colonize. Within seven years' time, only stayed only a short tame In Florida
Leaving a of 54
garrison
explored the center of the peninsula, passing through the regions
four of those who
landed in Florida would still be alive. One of men at Icnuse. he left for Inn by way el Havana
the of present-day Dade City Ocala, Lake City and Live Oak. cam ing
survivors Alvar
Nunez Cabeza de Vaca. treasurer and He spent the winter near the present city of Tallahassee the rest of De Luna's coloav. now munferne* leas than XV per.
high sheriff left
a long account of the expedition. sons. Father Ponunfa remained wit* the sntSWrs Florida
Narvaez On March 3, 1540 he broke camp and marched on through la
red bearded was and a tall commanding man, falr-complexloned. "La Florida" into what Is Georgia today, Within the next two for six or liven months WIld it was determined that the trttl
one-eyed (he had lost an eye trying to discipline ment was definitely not
capable ofurrsvug
Cortez years, his procession passed through the Carolinas, Alabama They returned
conqueror of Mexico) By all accounts he was Louisiana and possibly Texas. to Mexico and another attempt' to settle and Chrutianue
a brave and resourceful soldier and when In 152 he
returned F ortda reached an end'
> inglorious
Four of the diocesan Priests with De Soto died during the
to after 28
Spain years of royal service In the New World the
first All the vestments and altar furnishings and wine
year
Charles V '
King awarded him
settlement to Florida.Natives .
rights and wheat needed for Mass were destroyed in I fierce battleIn Florida still unsettled

1540 with Moblllaa (Indiana near the Alabama River A = j
:
exhorted to learnFrom chronicler of the adventure recorded the result: rVfpite the best efforts of the gallant,. tooted and '!fsacrificing .

Thereafter an altar was erected and decorated on Sundaysand Priests who endured .indnrnhable
sritatmnt m
Cabers d..c.., treasurer and high sheriff of the holy days of obligation. Standing at the altar a Priest the American wild, and. set up their rroww and prnrh4 their

expedition we learn that enough misfortunes to discourageany vested In a buckskin chasuble, said the (Conflteor the Introit unfaltering faith at best they. ctwM luring temporary halts

but the most hardy of missionaries befell the voyagers at the Oration Epistle and the Gospel and all the rest up to the Diocese plans monumentThe along the overland treks the usage* nf Flange neun f4 ia

lea before they finally reached Florida At last with many end of the Mass, without consecrating the crassest idole&y and .itjMrnmWhen

thanksgivings: Narvaez anchored In the vicinity of St. The Spaniards call this the "Dry Mass;" and the one who St Augustine FounJat >in nil crest a would the Pmt have another chance

Clement'l Point on the peninsula west of Tampa Bay It wsi said the Mass or another Priest, read the Gospel( and de. Net fee some tune 6>cie d Phil* II On 3.

April 14 Holy Thursday of 1528 On Holy Saturday, Nan.. llvered a sermon on It. From this they derived consolation in bronze statue of Hernando de Soto and a atone Wl the Keg wrote erf Florida a. no leapt werth SfteiMber the effort

solemnly took possession of Florida the distress they felt at not being able to adore our Lord under monument
To the unseen and unheanng Indians, he delivered a the sacramental This laded for almost three years, were to be no further
species the De National- Monument' on SII.. attempt* te colonist the pt1Ia_ & The
formal declaration which because it indicates the missionary until the time they left Florida 'for the land of the ChrutianstMexiro right moment might come for .
character of his enterprise, deserves to be quoted in part He ) Point, Tampa Bay At present. the statue ia on factor endangered example U tuMml some .e
5pamsa
shipping oIS the Bahama Ouaael:
first explained how the descendents of Adam and Eve!: had Although it U recorded that De Soto u. tot above the display at the World'i Fair in New- Y,>rk City along Florida east >.'.oastTwe




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1rdld iq iprru si i iaroata wi iaaiwr it reasre; Concelebrated Mass opens


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400th anniversary yearST.



AVf.rSTLNE Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley Latin America and Washington this menage: The rover of

t and nine monsignort concelebrated High Mass here today D.C. moved from the this program is a scale mid,,, .!

marking/ the 400th anniversary of the Mission of Nombre armory back to the MUslon of the great Cross-the Beacon .

de Dios. The Mass was celebrated in the National Guard grounds where the Archbishop of Faith which soon w ill
Armory on San Marco blessed the cornerstoneof be erected on the ground at
Avenue a short distance from the
Oldest MiNion.The the lathe Church now the Mission of Nombre de
under construction at the historic Dios.
nfv decision to hold the
eoncelebration indoors was
grounds At the laying of the cornerstone
*tY made just two hours before the Mans began Plane werechanged of the Cross, a message
rapidly when the 30 mile per hour steady wind bus to the rain which from President Lyndon B.

made it Impossible to go through with the original plan began during Mass, most of Johnson to the people of St.

cf having! the historic anniversary celebrated at the out. the guests did not witnessthe Augustine, was scheduled to
at the Mission.
blessing .
door altar. be relayed by United States
Pope Paul VI sent a mes- Outlining what he called the The cornerstone of the great Senator George' : Smsthcrs,
of lust century American history Cross was laid at S p m. at the
cage felicitations to theOldest
the Archbishop said: Cross foundation. Everyone Five days ago, the city
City its 400th anniversary. !
on
began Its birthday celebrs-
\\e devoutly pray that this present sang "America. Father
.
Archbishop Hurley, marvelous century ((1513-1607 Michael V. Gannon presented lion, which was climated today
before the of the
homily Mass
from the discovery of Floridaby the distinguishedgueits. \ the actual anniversary
read which the Pontiffs cablegram Ponce de Leon to the landing Archbishop Hurley date .f the founding, by th.tonrf'lf'br.l..d .
was sent through the
of the English: at Jmes- laid the cornerstone Mass.
Papal Secretary of State
... Amleto Cardinal Clcognanl. town* be re-discovered because (It is worthy of note thata The Casa del Hidalgo I ,
all of us are the poorer quarter of a century ago Spain's beautiful Qusdricentennlal -
..._ ___L ; '.i..L... Among those welcomed by
4. : j the Archbishop were Mayor for its loss That century, the planned field Mass which monument. especiallybuilt

Members of Theological Institute John Bailey of St. Augustineand Archbishop Hurley ..Id. was was scheduled to celebratethe {for St. Augustine's celebration
other distinguishedguests << rich In its dedication Its 375th annlversay of the / was blessed by the

Archbishop Joseph P H u r l It J kin Father Thomas r Kelly, Father then Michael V Cannon, Father. from Florida who participated valor, and its faith. founding of St. Augustine was Archbishop last Sunday On
The Archbishop noted that also transferred Indoors due
met with members of the Theologi James A Larkin; back row, Michael J, Larkin Father Patrick In the ceremony: tll.r..r.. the occasion Lieutenant. General
always Priests to inclement weather Vega presented of
one
cal Institute tact week in Orlando: Monsignor John F. Wells, Father O'Carroll Father John P. Caul. and the Spanish delegation with the Spanish
led by the !Spanish Ambassador explorers (From reading the accountsby the highest decorations/ of the
from the left front Monsignor Martin B. Power Father James F. Father. Thomas G. -
row Moore
field and Merry dt'l.1 and the and that the documents read the Research Staff of the Spanish Government to Archbishop
Mortimer Danaher, MonsignorJohn Glockler Father John Bluett Fa. Father. Norman G. Balthazar. The minister of the interior of almost like that of the Master Mission of Nombre d. Dios Hurley the Gran Crud
P. Burns John J. ther William G. Father T. convent in the Himself "Go and teachall de
Monsignor Joseph, background serves Spain. Lieutenant General In St. Augustine, published in San Raimundo de Penafor
Mullina, Archbishop Hurley, Mon. Leo Danaher, Father Patrick Ma. the Sisters of St. Joseph In Bishop Camllo Alonso Vega. nations this Issue we can see that The delegation! from Spain

signor Patrick Trainor, Father lone Father Donal Noonan, Father Moore High School and St. Charles After speaking of the M Menendei and his stalwart also brought with them an
Michael 1 F. Troy, Father Bernard J. Patrick M Madden, Father David pariah Th. religious crlrhratlnn' of years of valor, and of glory crew suffered' from storms of especially. handsome e w s rand
.
our city's 400th anniversary, that preceeded the foundingof
basin which was used for
the season prior to their his
Father W. Thomas Lar Father Peter C. Dolan Fa
McFadden Page
said the marks St.
Archbishop a Augustine, he went on lorlc landing.) the first time during the September
momentous nut In history: to describe the actual founding A handsome souvenir program I Mass at the armory

cur. country started with an of the day was made The basin and ewer, of silver
Diocese announces Theological art of worship the Holy The Archbishop Joined the available with a color pictureof were presented. to the Archbishop
Sacrifice ef the Mass. procession on San Marco the Cross on the cover September I by Gen

Avenue as It moved to the The second page carried DIOCESAN, page five
.
h la a pity h said, that

Institute to achieve council aoals the Spaniard pioneer in Florida efforts and of the the the guard armory procession, the altar Knights:The was of order a Colunvhus color of Pope Paul to deliver plea

.., South little known
are so by
ofSt
the "Royal Family"

Archbishop Joseph P Hurley ha* announced the logical Institute, composed of In speaking of the new theo the youth of this nation. t Augustine, the Spanish for peace at United NationsVATICAN

founding of a Theological Institute. The 40-member commiiMlon Priests' of our Diocese ." logy Archbishop Hurley com banners men dressed In the
costumes of soldiers,
drawn from the Priests of the Diocese, will haveas At an rgsnlmtlonsl meeting merited that there I I. a welcome Prayer asked monslgnorl and Spanlih Priests, cross flTV (NC)". Alarmed by outbreak of un.

Its function the study of the Conatitution and other decree held recently Is Orlsnri. tendency to return to hearer" altar! boys, cocelebrants declared" war between India and Pakistan Pope Paul VI

of the Second Ecumenical Council of the Vatican. ArchbUhop Hurley told the the sources, especially to Sacred for success and the Archbishop will mike a one day Tying trip to New York on October
The Institute will also act as an advisory committee for An hour before the Mass
members he hoped the Institute Scripture H* noted 4 to deliver a peace appeal before the United Nations
achieving; in the Diocese of St. A\lK'UMUM the goals to beset would be an eiferlUe however, there Is I s proliferation of councilST. was to begin a temporary altar general assembly.

by the Holy Father at the conclusion of the Council means of applying (hrltt's of the senses in which was set up In the armory The Pope had been Invited earlier' to visit the U N. bySecretary

During the coming ;year the teachings t. the ftmpleillki Scripture is being interpreted. ( lSIl'sIArch, through the courtesy of the General U Thant
Council, whk-h Is the will of
commanding officer of the thv somber nature of the visit
members of the Theological! of mndera rlrtj. N. artlon Father Patrkk M. Madden bishop JnM> ''h P. Hurley The Vatican announced the
Institute will participate! In a.ympollum. the Church which I I. the will Is this line, however, will betaken and Father W Thomas lrkm has invited Priests| and |>eo- Florida National Guard W. McMil, Ma Pope's; trip after Papal !Secretary At his weekly general audt.ervc .
Each member of God. I Judge it helpful to till the Council has coa- also spoke on the wot k of Jew CtflIl'rallll'nry of State Amleto Cardinal! at Csstelgandolfo In
will be asked to writ a monograph set liP at this time a Theo eluded Its deliberallvits., the Institute' pie of the Dkicee' to prey lan Clrognanl had hastily summoned September" T. Pop Paul! I-
for the! fulfillment of the The program went as sued for

ject. These on his monographs particular' sub will .......................u................ ................. ...............,..........................................-............................................"A""A"A""A'.........................................'...'..'..'.'..'.. alma of the Vatican Cmin- scheduled with the Mans beginning In the diplomats Holy See to accredited Inform the news a plea of the peace outbreak say >If g

later be published as part of ..1'. fourth' .-inn.III at noon. The Archbishop them ef OIl Pope's" plane the war between two A1 .1

a theological contribution to Institute of Sacred a .....,. ant to ,.....01'. / and nxmslgnorl Joinedfor nations made hi* prayerr;
1"St." Augustine QuadrKentenmal TheologyFather tNt wee*, the ArrMklstMf requested the comrlebrstton whkh Although arrangements for peace ring with "more pr J-
celebration. them to keep the was. witnessed by over Join the Pope's New. York slay lug and more heartbreak J
Patrbk M. Marfdea 1,041, exltlenre sod natureMoasignor Council their prayers "'//wI1 .pt>rsona hat* cut yet bees completed. accents" than ever befnr ';1.
Specific alignments hate (nine .Nugent Incarnation and redemption It may achieve its highest languished guests had reserved II was reported ON September did not refer to his U N visit

already been gite I. the MontlgMuntif nor John J. Multtntittr The' (liurrb alms In. bring back the True seats In the congregation I that he was scheduled t. .t this amllenr

members *f the Institute. The Johs P. Burns ( hurrh I law Parch to a materialistic world, at the armory Irate Rom by Jet and arrive The Vatican City dally L'Os-
Priests concerned will apply world Spanish "Prlesls of the Diocese In New. Perk en October" 4 servator Romano said, In announcing
Father M Thomas larklnJateph (.irace and saltationThe fraternal unity to a torn
themselves t* *s Inlentlte : sang a traditions! naval about .II a m. going directlyU the visit
and Divine love l to a world
Father L. |Odu..e law had
study *f their fields and la the ( menaced with destruction. hymn to Our Lady at the Offertory Francis Cardinal Spellman's -
months I t. rme will endeavrt Father Patrick J. O'( arrotl Scripture. s* s source ef the rank through lute of the Mass. The residence.Krtween "Pope Paul VI. acceptingthe
amlllarUe Ihemsetvr..hh" Father T. I I.** Daaaher the taut things Cathedral parish choir directed ( courteous Invitation" of
the Council's deliberates' Father !Seas P. MottoyFugene ( realU The letter continued: A special by Water. Mary GeorgeS S and 4 p m. ha. (the Tailed Nations General

and declticns sa their ru p t- I usher ('. k.Ms IHnclpllne''' and freedom prayer for these Inlrn- S J Jrtwd. In the singing at was to go to the (J N, headquarters Secretary V Thant, will vlilt
the lions should NP said each Sunday the! cwK-eU-brstwn. 1'hs organisls to mass his "peaceappeal. the t'nltfd Nations en October
subjects.In Father James .\. Larkl Holy Mats and the sacraments' Later the same day "
at all the Mi..ra and were Carroll Thomas 4.
Father Mlrhael J. Urklsjirence ('on tItstlo. I" the berth h Mass
his letter appointing Me was expected to offer
rash day Is all the school Andrews and Miss M. K Mar
Priests to tile Institute Anh- lather | ('MHnlaffts The ('brltlluIInll4l" crln( this fourth srsslnn of phv at a .pear rally In either In New York Cardinal Spelt

bebop tI.m.y..teI Father Them.. F Kelly Prster and the a cealI'rninrf Ie hod; the (ounrll. Master' of ceremonies was Yankee or Shea statdlum. man announced h* was greatly '
"It is anticipated that the Father Fm: tt. (Garth Father James K fikwklerI He I. then scheduled\) fly pleased by the Pop* s decision
It was. noumed that a enl hull to Horn, \to make the visit.
Fourth Somas H begin m Father Manael Morsks I alt; and TrinityFMher
September, will cosclwie the testiest win h* taksn Hp unSwwtey I Immediately I I after (the It was not known which In Washlngtoa the Whit
the Mm, Archbishop' liar I leyJolnH American d.clin.d. comment
Seesnd Kcwneairal: Cared el Sefitemher 19 'for Bishop would accompany Haunt on
the hitcH Vie shell. Yea .be Sources of the Faith purpose of defraying espcn- r by Slayer John I U. the Pops to New the possibility that President
that will h* Incurred in t",n: llalley and members *f the York, Th. Vatican said the Johnson will go to Nw York
fated wf... ta* need ef s car-
de action with the Council 1 Klrlil delegation Iron Spain' party will be .m.llift clew of \to meet the Pope.Alneso .
fed stvdjr of the CeusxU's lather Bernard J. MttarfeVeThe Jones A. Lark).
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The week in (liturgy The Life of Our lordScripture



Catholic CommentThe Seek first the things of used to foil DevilAT


need of angels to bear Him

significance of St. Augustinevalues God: Sunday's Gospel his had first told approach Christ Sa to up.All this He knew as H*

turn a stone into bread by his
there. The Devil
tl stood knew
have long been recog of the religion of Jesus Christ By Father Paschal Itoland O.S.B. mere will-something that a none of It.
AMERICANS It is precisely this which will
as a religious cross Sunday, September 12 man could not by his own Frank J. For the tin It time In this

j>eople. Not so well known however, tell the significance of St. Augustinein 1 jTlI Sunday after Pentecost. (Mass of Sunday, power do though an angel dialogue, Satan quoted Scripture .
the history of our nation. For the t to Sheedappeals Psalm 90 1112. Wt .
is the story of the religious beginningsof Gloria, Creed, Preface of Trinity.) might. If Satan was trying remember
and of St. Au.
true abiding
meaning find out if the carpenter was Shakespeare's reo
our country's civilization. It is an gustine' consists not so much in its If a man has a choice to be a Slav to his Job and become really an angel in the guise mark "The devil can quote :

historic fact of signal importance that being the first permanent settlement wealthy, or to use his job only as a means to make a livelihood of a man Our Lord's answer, Scripture for his purpose." In I

the first public act of Americas first in our land, nor in that this communitywas he may frequently enough choose the latter. Not every with its assertion of His man practice his purpose is usual ,

permanent community was the offering a deeply religious and Catholicone person has the opportunity to become a millionaire althoughall hood, would have satisfied ly better served by misquoting

of the Sacrifice of the Mass. Thus still less in the city's importanceas can become slaves to money and what It can purchase. him that lie was not. I am not one of it, and misquotation it at

Americans of all faiths can rejoice and However, all have the opportunity to become spiritual million. them. its most effective when the
The next suggestion,
In Satan's
a military outpost significanceof aires by leading dedicated lives as Christians faithful to the words accurate but
that a religious stay
take pride in the knowledge St. Augustine lies rather in her and anyhow, he had lowered his There are two other possibilities
precepts counsels of Christ. is inserted
something or omitted
community actual
act inaugurated our Instead either the two
lights considerably: -
heroic and glorious missionary en. Christ persuaded us that we should not be too concerned to JeruSalem which changes the con.
life. of urging Christ to work a ly made the journey
deavor. bout money and what it could do for ui; that we should not Satan

St. Augustine's Quadricenten- From the very dawn of our nation's be unduly distressed about a lack of material possessions for miracle on Ills own account, the together he, or has to text.Psalm 90 is as Satan quotedit.
he Him to rely used pro-
upon power
nial celebrations help both to recall the the Heavenly Father will provide the necessities of life. He urges
history there emanated from St. Au- to work one for Him. duce images In the mind, to But it had no reference to
inspiring story of how our American gustine valiant and unselfish efforts gave all this principle, "Seek first the kingdom of God and His angels that Our Lord would have people l hurling themselves

civilization began and to keep alive to Christianize and civilize the native service and all these things will be given you ts well," (Gospel "Then the devil took him up seen Himself standing on the into dang-r limply that God

the spiritual traditions to which were Indian. From the sacred grounds of ). One cannot finance Heaven except with spiritual into the Holy City and set pinnacle of the Temple. Mat may send angels to rescue

the heirs. September 8 marks the Nombre de Dios intrepid missionaries treasures. him upon the pinnacle of the thew and Luke use the same them! It spoke of the reliance
Temple, and said to him: If God's servants can have upon
celebration Greek verb here that Mat.
l/cginnlng of a year-long Santa Monday, September 13
their the Ft
plodded way along thou be the Son of Cod cast in the
Hit protection living of
during which a series of notable events Trail through Georgia and the Maw a. of Sunday. (Common Preface) thew uses when Christ took
up thyself down, for it is written: Peter and James and John their lives
will take place and many monumentswill Carolinas and over through Alabama, Money Is a status That he has given his angels
symbol. Those who are born with it with Him to the mountain of This is the
be dedicated.Of far the "Father of Wa seek charge over thee and in their precise point
as as great usually to maintain it; many of those born without it may the Transfiguration Our Lord makes In His
an.
these monuments none will be as ters." dedicate their life to the acquisition of it to achieve this status hands shall they bear thre
shalt
significant or prominent as the illuminated For 200 years these valiant apostles Money and power art strange gods. The authentic Christian up lest perhaps thou dash One way tr another, Satan the sweet Lord"Thou thy God,"not another tempt

200 feet makes them subservient to the true God. thy foot against a atone"Matthew Him the of
cross towering gave their best and often their bloodto one took to pinnacle quotation from Deuteronomy
( 4, 5.6)we )
over the hallowed mission grounds of bring to the poor natives the good Tuesday, September 14 the Temple (6,16),
have noted that
Nombre de Dios. The people of Florida, news of Christ's Redemption. It is es. Tile already
Triumph of the CTOM. (Mass of feast Gloria
Matthew and Lukt give the The word pinnacle here (a For any man to challenge
the Catholics, have a timated that time in Florida
particularly at one
Creed Preface of Holy Cross.) second and third temptationsin diminutive of the word wing) death to win glory for himself .
noble challenge and a commanding opportunity alone as many as 30,000 Indians were a different order. I am fol. is thought to have been an at the sam time challenging .
to make known to others the To die on a cross as I common criminal In the time of
under instruction in the Faith. Indeed
Matthew
lowing as
Christ is edge of the Temple roof, over God to tee that no
meaning and significance of this menu The quadricentennial irons will Indeed prison. Christ's equivalent to death today in the electric chair of a. most people do-if only be. hanging the brook Cedron a harm should come to him,
resurrection from the dead the
glorified Instrument
mental cross. This towering emblem of be a lasting memorial to these of His death and changes its disgrace Into cause Matthew concludes his good 300) feet below: there Is would be presumption and!
triumph
Christianity will project itself againstthe heroic apostles whose efforts in advancing No matter how poor, humiliated, disgraced In life or at account 'las Luke dues not) a tradition that Our Lord's great arrogance

Ancient City skyline as both a beacon the cause of Christ's cross are the time of death a Christian may be in the eyes of the world with Christ order to Satanto cousin, James the Less, was Once again rhrist answersin

of faith and a constant reminder of so little known today. When the time on the Day of Judgment the triumph of such failures" will be go away and adds that Satan hurled from this spot to his His manhood, once again

America's! religious beginnings.To comes for the textbooks of American evident to all As St. Paul wrote of Christ "lie humbled Himself left Him "until the time death. Standing there. Our Satan feels a little easier for
How/ did Satan take Our Lord could look across the having only a man to
and became obedient to death, even to death on a cross. coptWith.
millions of tourists who visit history to be rewritten it is to be hoped
Therefore God Lord to Jerusalem Did he valley of the Cedron to the The third temptationseems
has exalted Him ((1st Lesson) In a like manner
Florida annually the St. Augustine that due if belated recognition will be
God will exalt the faithful Christian use angelic power and simply Mount of Olives from which to suggest that Satan
crow! will be a reminder that Ameri Given finally to Florida's missionarieswho whirl Him from one place to three years later lie would no longer took this particularman

ta's first permanent settlers were men had chalked up to their credit 42 Wednesday, September 15: the other To some this Idea ascend into heaven, with noGod's very seriously t

tf a deep and heroic brand of faith. To } ears of apostolic and civilizing en. Seven Sorrows of the Blriwxl Virgin Mar}'. ( Mass of

all, young and old, resident and visitor, t'eavor' among American natives before of the feast of Friday in Passion Week, Gloria, 2nd Prayerof -

the quadiiccntenmal cross will standAS the first English: settlers landed in St. Nicomedes, Creed, Preface of Blessed Virgin ) world

a monument to the unchanging Jamestown.Florida's .
Yesterday the Liturgy honored! the Holy Cross, the Instrument I

of Christ's death. Today w. call to mind the grief
He formula end
and sorrow of the Mother of Christ Her first intimation of gives to worriesYOU

. QuadricentennialONLY Christ's suffering and her first. great sorrow was Simeons

prophecy Her seventh and last was the entombment of the are worried You see likely to be much less my

in recent years have many tine there stretched a mission trail Into dead body of Christ. On the cross Christ gave her to be our threatening eventor own decision than I think
mother also In the of St. John"Behold experience looming in God will honor free will
begun to realize that the Carolinas and to the Mississippi, person your mother"IGospelt your my ,
( ), At the time of her greatest sorrow she became our future and are torn with but His wisdom will be at
of the sites of American over which hundreds of Father
one truly great courageous
spiritual mother. anxiety as to the possible work in me. If I could view
be found in the Stateof missionaries and settlers traveled for
history can consequences Or you find Lee J.Trf'.e. my own thought processes ai
Florida. Following the traditional 200 years. Thursday, September 16 yourself in a situation In .. I waver between alternatives,

emphasis in text books, perhaps mostof The area thus became the center of KU. Cornelius and Cjprian. (Mass of several mart which you feel hopelessly I might be startled to see

our citizens in their thinking have Christian life for many years. Here >'rs, Gloria, 2nd Prayer of SU. Euphemla and Com trapped, with no way out? what a narrow margin of ie'f-!

rttitrlcted the origin of American life the first American culture was formed panions, Common Preface.) Those of us who have to answer determination God leaves tome

Rock and the and afterwardsSt. "Yes," to such questions ;
and culture to Plymouth although a generation These two saints friends
were although a continent apart. convict ourselves of hay
find colonial states Augustine suffered from burn One was the Pope In Rome, the other the African Bishop of ing failed to make life's moot / seeks To to a make person God's who will really supreme

This mistaken notion stands a bet. canes, Indian uprisings, wars and a Carthage. Both are named In the Canon of the Mais Pope important decision the in his life. there can to I

ter chance of being corrected now that change of flag as nation fought nation, Cornelius was martyred in 233 and St. Cyprian was beheadedIn choice of God over all that Is a retliktu. aipUaUn, of no such thing as a wrong"

public attention has been drawn to still the community persevered and the 258 "The souls of the righteous are in the hands of God" not God. God's standard) to user con decision When we have some !

the 400th anniversary of St. Augustinethis Church never lost its identification ((1st Lesson). If God were capable of im tempJated conduct we "hurryby" our honest and unselfish best i

very week. with those remote, barren days of the Friday September 17 patience, lie surely would be tending God net, so to to see speak Hit (pre- to fix upon the preferable :
o/iea-
In 15C5, Don Pedro Menendei de middle 16th Century.We Stigmata of SU Francis ,\,,*KI. (Mass of feast, in a state of perpetual annoy. turning frown. course of action, then our I

Aviles established what was to be a salute St. Augustine as. a truly Gloria Common Preface.) ance at us worriers He has However choice U the right choice no
>> that
presented us with a formulafor aMuming wear
matter how unfortunate the
permanent community in St. Augustine outstanding historical American site.
not
fooling ourselveswhen
"If any man will come after Me. let him deny himself and confident. !living that is immediate consequences may
The first acts of the settlers wereto We hope that all Americans will soon plain and we aay "I want what
take tip his cross and follow Me" (Goipel ). This St Francisdid simple infallible seem to be.
plant the cross In the strange land discover this unique monument to in God: rightly could expect!' us God wants .M us examine
1234 two years before his death at the of 44 Christ
and to participate in the Holy Sacrificeof laith and courage and rejoice to traceto put the seal of approval on. St Kmntis by impressing age own to adopt His formula eagerl this problem of having to Over the long haul what

the Mass, thus claiming this vast it an essential |>att of their proud wounds In the hands, feet, and side in a mystical expenenc. But we do not. make our own decisions now seem U have been an

part of the world in the name of Christ. heritage as citizens of this country, These were visible to others and remained in his body in T* commit ourselves r nvplrtrly Firtt of all we must .remember error will flower Into a

It Is interesting to note that all this just as every Christian can proudlylerognlze death. and Irrevocably t.I that growth grace Is an blousing

occurred 55 years before Plymouth that sacred place as destinedby dud It what we are nude fur. pelt growth. a growth by "1 know all this" you mar I
.
Saturday. September 18St.
Hock, 200() year. before the Declarationof God to be the seeding ground of the \ life built upon any other progressive stages Even: with MV. and I do try to da God s I
t. Joseph Cupertino. (Mass of feast the boat of mUnUons
Gloria Common our
basis |is re- will but still 1 And f
Inde|>cndence. Perhaps. even more Faith in America Preface an unnatural liie.tordoomed worry
) ipnnsivenesi Godi will
astonishing, in time from St. Augus The \'olre, Miami U uncertainly and may be initially a aluMiah am ashamed that I do not
"
\ king prepared a wedding banquet for his son and the ".rry, response hall more trust In God
invited guests did not conic lie had hn There Is no need to feel!
servants to go Into the Once we have said
streets and in ware'se'rvediy with pr art ire. with attained It may be that your
bring prremanre
any one they found the poor, the crippled, "11m all )' ,
Question boxWhy the outcasts of society (Gospel). Joseph of Cupertino was the God Take me work oun Your with mretcked' willIngneit a affUted with an anxiety
most unlikely we gain greater farlllty neurosis which, like any other
to become
person a saint as were those
guests
will In do what lou
me. want
I In ilbese. ts a cress to be borne
the most detecting and doing
unlikely at the
wedding of a prince. Sine he, by the with "
1M, all the bits andJIIK'tI
not use the King's English ? ful grace Christians of God, became a saint, there Is hope for us to be faith' of life, even the disasters iods will.Another\. a with ewe patience can be wakes effected., and until

fall into place and begin COI1I dra
Q. Isn't participation at a Paislontide, on most Ember is vernacular In its own partof t. make sense If I am confident fact that once we have I\III1fftHI of purpose beneath

Requiem Mass a little different days of September, and on the world. Can you suggest Sum And substance that I am in Gods thrown ourMlvw. wide opento your dulrew lbs love still

? Could you pleat point most vigils outside of Paschal a good translation for it? It hands, that lie I I. acting freely God, "my own teuton is enfolds you.

cut the difference? tim. means adjournment which in me without hindrance on

A. The statement of the This was written before the hardly hints at the meaning of Art of deception my part how CM I be un-

United States Blihopi' Com revised rubrics for celebrating Pope John when he used It. seems easy' M. J. Murray

mission on the Liturgical Man appeared but it r. Up-dating"! Is a poor substitute what God wants for me has

Apoitolat says, "For Requiem mains a useful guide.Q "modernlie" has bad to be spreading in nation to be best for me. If that is
Masses and on certain connotation Our borrowed not. so then there is IM God

penitential weekdays, the The me II vernacular li Italian word may bt a bit Hut w* may object I Strange but true
:
rubrics of the Missal prr rvininendabk. Hut why nut overwork.. but for me It RKCT.NT: authoritative crit .!read, have fiten mvi+lf littoO.J

scribe kneeling during (lieollect the Klin's Innllili: << .And If maintains a large measure of Indicate I alrradhave ctniMnH Copy 9ht. "'5. NCWC N.., Service

(' and the I'oftUom the vernaculai Is la be used, the Inspiration and hop we are running Into a national n advance to whatever

nuinlon" Ihrn why the rutmlnnl, tirelain which good Pop John put shortage of candor far tioj ma) want to do in mea .

This rule applies! on the me of the term anglornimenl Into it.q. wort than the water short Father :,1 '.' ,th me The trouble ,Ie A teals? eons i fir rm.edOsr/ ,' :r.a a eeee wt* boll..aM

\u' kdsMof) Advent, Lent and *? !*('. be ronilnlenl. age I do think double talk J.ha a.Sheen. t' at I ft !II! have to make m\ een ee s ieMu M $.a a..eura N wea rvw,
The present translations pre- J. When a person ineetes. seems to be a growing habit awn tie ",.."\-.and M sifts

lent some ,..nUlr sound ef- usually another pc'nonII\ especially al the top levelsof '. dc I i'iono, seem to be !the
feels( answer, "God bless you!" li American society w 'ng ones, First o< m letS 1 b'QA tic0 Wl1

luFloridaMtholic A In most of the Catholic this lining dod's name Inisln. ; be verb lure that H* art j1 1, '. ..nee-Isla (
| countries of the world it was or Is this our English Candor used I II .be a .1I1to nit deceiving e4ieleMe < i Nlle'17...
use of Otundhelt spiruousmerkaa ilrtue and y aar.xaMprt rc, 1j
distressing to the Church
sec double -talk may think thai we hate sr nr r A /
A. It Is form ef Gesundheit chicanery aid
a +
: losing id member In drove pious virtue. M matter what I!* made I' r templet' rmmitmnl '
double-dealing
because In parts of Germany were chine.lerlstleally + ar./
it had debunkert
nothing meaningful may oay .f Mrtehrt
I i4hes
..nlmertcantleei. sirwr
to to them in language there Is a ilmllar pious ,. /
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say ,.
In. actually we are" offering .or t.nru0 ;
MI"we. M/q "rM./ they could understand form ef HI'! It Is GrusiCott Today the "betf clerks Him .I "

mini timnn" raise "tat We had not reached that "God greet you" Neither Probably 1 sound like It teem that the, art .f dereptUm a divided heart.
r i in SHI ui MMin a
liit t.,m.IH ... Min stage In the United States, but we nor the Germans use cracker barrel philosopher ranks higher than the W do not speufuaiu rele-
*, iMr.tt. IIMIIMMdftMt pmention li easier than God's name In vain In such yearning for the "good old virtue .( honesty la word .r gale God to second pac, isw ts.t r K/fG1Daf' I -

Ie ill M4 (Nil 14 My cure expressions W* show coherence deed. would do by sin But \It // '
I realize
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dai the
"good olddays"
eta i MM> 1ll.MN N. a r pI .
with the of faith.
IM Ilft4t. .....* If I .LIM It IMCMMIM The King's Lnglish at age were cot so good and For Instance, one should make God akin* tint placewith i teb.a.
frtu tUMiMM IM ttt RMMMICHMIW least that of King Jamei-li our forebears 'That some i.e*.r goal 1\1' t has ., II' Ib..o fI-
.. *t.tn iMfmm Mill !........ were no paragons say certainly was an t1 MolredW5.5I44
SN.M MM.w.. .......... ntMMIM I dead language. It has no of virtue. But they did enlightening sermon, pastor" money( MMXM or at.,' .. / / L. a uni
S... I/w"e N N/W INN Ira N/M vital or p* stire er MOM form of
m.I&IIIfur: modern not confuse black when ,
M it 0... .. I.... Thei answer arc trim"The with white you really mean "It did sell ado 1Mdgwe
Criticisms of our new Kngluhtrannlation : when U cam to>> quiiH .,r wonders for my insomnia aar'meat 5M4u5 (if.tnw t' .
of uettloa RUIN e adutird TU mud cummua w.. ,4 -- r ..1t'II( rocs ,I.I .
EL ltl' Scriptureana moral Lrtusbr They WitruUkttrjr Or "Of cvwrse this U only aemp.raty .. I.
ul voriwuj vtr.tr by Mvsslgfcir. J. 1) peNrtnuag this sprit.. t,,. N 04 xaa q)4
parti of slid fetit Uv' when >. 1 WMYC -Ql.-.I
,. t5NNIN even you ** oar*o M MfMEM
"I' 'u .....'If'. the M.u, are quit In *,rd.r ('III",. hlldall) IA.ea. whom they see tern IAIPIIII DIU" "\'I tj'U011I1 k...* to .i)._' *.t between Cut ai4IS 1 \ I xI *>:<.. *,..W..,..:.. ** _! _f are
... fi.t why ,,1.I,., n.t tLn .Ln.bi.it. Direct I .i r nut G4. U CwAvKK.* c>..r.fivtl I Jf- 'i I ..wrrv> ifrrn>* Tuta ** ** .
aw aW 4IN.a : ) > But they tlJ tt.ld lop toIoAU fay it 4i.rttf yw tuttt.T.! lljP"Tr I I cfv4t<* C**frv*+rr **t fJQ*
% a MN.eae.n.'s <. .1t..ILI.. "bJ..LI.nJ.] ...1 whet w* .c.I.r[ ii ( 9 .. e.in
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Fire The north Catholic, September I, 19fis Invited to Mass -

_____ Diocesan events focuson
.R CASTELG.\\DOLPO, Italy
(NC)-Sisteri attending Pope W''ar

Paul's (September 1)) general y
audience exclaimed with delight Quadricentennial

when he extended Sis

ten an Invitation to take partin (CMIIHM4, *M M n twin) Haydon Burns to the Spanish
vtJk a special Mass scheduledfor eralissimo Francisco Fran guests.

September 11 at nearby co's representative the Lieutenant General Vega,
Grottaf errata. celebrations, Lieutenant General Spain's Minister of the In.

The Pope said he would Vega. tenor, and United State Sec
celebrate the Holy Eucharist Earlier in the day during retary of the Interior Stewart 4
at the novitiate of the Franciscan a luncheon at which Archbishop Udall headed the out-of.state
Sisters of Mary for all Hurley gave the blessing, delegations welcomed to the
Sisters who could be present one of his Priests, Father city by Florida's Governor
He said he hoped that "thou Diego Conesa acted as the Burns and by Archbishop Hur
sands of Sisters" would be interpreter for the address of ley Bishop of St. Augustine.

thert. welcome given by Governor Dignitaries came from
Spain and from the national ,)fl

: capital Including the Marques
Liturgical meeting given Alfonso Merry del Val 1.Spain' 1.

Ambassador to the

United States; Dr. Jose A. l #
_counsel recent changes
on Mora, secretary general of 7n

the Organization of American
CIIICAGO (NC) Monsignor John J. McEneany, States, and Count Alvaro Armada g kM

newly elected president of the Liturgical Conference at of Spain hereditary
of Florida, a direct
closing sessions here last week told the convention "the governor .Air
dependent of the founder
world has watched in amazement" as the "unchanging"Roman Pedro Menendei de Avilei Gift from SpainThe

Church Instituted programs of inquiry and Among<< the distinguishedguests
reform. << were Senora Vega, silver ewer and basin presented whence St Augustine's foundation
i He recalled that before the
winch, U "tu overcome our Senora :Mora all of whom accompanied the Spanish delegation in St, Augustine st the September 8 Mass at the Mission I
Vatican Council "we were selfishness and narrowness,
their husbands to i is, admired, here by members of the of Nombrt de Dioo.
serenely confident that t\ery. to mono beyond our parish the special MSII: for the !Spanish from
"boundaries Intt the world," 'biting party representing Spain,
thing was all right with the I delegation: on Sunday, September
Church." But lince the first he ." "It'd. S, at the Mission of

F+ Y union of the Council in 19G2 Monsignor McKneaney: who ombre de Dloi.

St. honored many Catholics have been wan treasurer lust year, sue the Mass was celebrated) Fourth session of Council to
Augustine "dazzled' by the changes reeds Father Frederick R by Father Michael V. Gannon, I
McNtanui, professor of canon director of the Minion.
Monsignor McEneaney,
Governor Haydon Burni left earn from Tallahassee tor of St. Thomas More pas Ibw at the Catholic Universityof United States Senator Spei open with concelebrated Mass
to honor the City of St. Au- America who
400-year-old church Brockings, South Dakota Washington aid L. Holland and United
fuetlne and to participate in the celebrations. Pic- said external changes since January has been dices Mates Representative! D. It. \ATIC.\V (ITV (%C) -- The fourth and final session f'r.1! congregation for the following
lured with the Governor on Sunday laat is Archbishop tor of the United States nish- Matthews attended. ,
are not enough "we mutt of the Second Vatican Council will open{ on Septem day
Joseph P. Hurley on their way to Spain' change our attitude Mere op. )Commission on Father the Uturglcal Mf-- Schema her It with Pope I) Paul VI concelebrating Mans in St.Peter's The opening session will aot
with the laws of Apoitolate. pleases be a general congregation of
Ca. del Hidalgo dedicated in the Ancient City compliance with officers\ of the council.Those
Manus has served four termsas
the Government's official contribution the Church would be "ditas- t'TKKCIIT. The Netherluiiih the council. Events of that
as Spanish conrelrbrate! with the Pope include the 12
president of the conferencebut : to (
call for :
ht added. day no working
ter ((1: ( ) The Dutch Catholic
,; to the anniversary. did not stand for reelection hierarchy agreed at a members of the Council of the Presidency, the four agenda suit will constit' onlyof )

The call of the ( hutch, this year because of his meeting! here that the Ecumenical moderators, and the six Archbishops|' and Bishopa who the M*
duties with the Msnopi' commlision (Count il'i! draft document are members of the general neiretaiiate of the council the rope. In the morning and n
Sum and substance lit will continue asa This that Americans Il'nltrnll.l procession through
on freedom religion means
dean of the
fit member of the* conference'sadvisory dmal Tiiierant.
them Kiecti of Itomt In the
and on the Church in the among the concelebrants !
Cardinals AmMo
coum.il. collect of ,
I //s art spreading? The retiring prestdont of world today havetfn\ Improved dents could Include Cardinal council preil-S ell-. Cardinal: Ciconnani; P a patSecretary I afternoon.
deception as an the National Liturgical Con since the last Council of Francis N'w01 k and Lawrente |< / of Mate; NormanCardinal Th. flat working day e(
lemton man
Ollroy of !Sydney. Ike council will be Sept ember
.....-4 ..M HW Inn thing more than escapism Inline Is their ptjrholoflcal need ference. said a primary concern It was revealed followingthe Cardinal Shehan of GrfK rlo Cardinal l Agaglsnlan II. whes tht lftlh general
of the al'ways
our nicest people especially organisation hers that Baltimore and Archbishop
fascination spy itorlei Bishops' meting of the Roman curia;; (ilu" rllt'| r.nlrP.lltllI will open and
the professional claues Convereatlon They might begin with acampaign .has been education, the UK hlvranhy is sllytainfled John J, Krol of Philadelphia,
hold for the viewer Or gcnci Genoa he consideration .( IbeIrh.m.
per. Cardinal Slrl of Italy becomes the of agalnit the double spread of und<>rstaiAdHig counttieundersecretarie
art ) with the changes who ii one of the .
from ,
hips they arc an escape Oiacumo Cardinal Lercaro of a religious liberty
what think talk! that li current on so for liturgical participation
concealing you malt I In the original tests,
candor and into
Cardinal
honesty a ilolngna, Italy; Sir-fan'
world of dishonesty many campuses as well ai a and understanding He had and that 011 1\' a few minor Also on the II It of concele'branla After the debate Is concluded .
It t. that the art deception Wysiynikl of Warsaw;
seems
me
and vast crusade against the fake welcomed I'roteiUflt. Ortho (pf"i' nt, d ft,'the; amend for the Mass of the on religious libeity, the
of
.f deceptlos I Is enjfljlnj Iniincerlty. and Io Cardinal Success
spec don and Jewish
glamour of phony espionage ptlrtklp.nutf mci'- opening day are Kugrne Car agenda calli for the council to
cat acclaim and popularity The of "The Man Mallnei Ilrunels, IU>lgium.
success In books movies and on TV. the convention, observing lake up In the following ord Tthrtt
In the entetlalnmrnt field and from U's'C.LE." has been a A flntrate spoof on ipies "every gathering. great and ____ Accurdlng It the Valkan other sthemai t ': communications media st the surprising development that would be a step In the direction small imo Hh.s the path a E press dike, the cuncftebral Church In the ModernVui -t,
present time is causing a number of spy 01( sanity and candor little He assertedt ed !Man will .b. followed by IVIettly Lift and Minutrvand ,
programs to he scheduled! for together for the units of ,
Wltne the zooming demand pray enthrnnrment el f Hit Gospel; the Muilons
for ipy progrims on the fall. According to critic Prelate sees all and we ask their and the eeremony IIf f hnmie
Ilolha Alpcrt. programs of social I jfiyeri of the Csrdlnali and parts
TV. These art both
program S/s/cri'/ College
comment like "The Do.fenders" /
s result and a cause of the Aixhbisnop: Jokes P. C. Jv, i .1"h. It the Pope.

rowing yen for deceptionand and "The Doctorsand C ouneil'send newly t f'flthrotll"d'IIrltllal\ 4x Following! the homage cert
The producers the Nttrtei" are giving leader of the (Chc go archdi' expands, Jensen
trickery way before spy storm' TM before moiiy. the hymn \>Creator
spoke nome TOtiQporttciponU
usually bill them ai nothing movies also are taking up the about Dec. 8 cvtr at the Liturgy !Splrltui' will be lung by all JIAMN: : UK:Mil It. \
more innocuoui than "escap- scent "The Spy Who Cam the council Fathers who will Mother Louie F.slss,m of'I.,
.
lit entertainment" but any- w 'e4.Ulurikal Augustine., superior <<('l1r.1, |
In from the Cold" will tw out also rerltt the opening| prayerof
one who has watched James. later la the nor, Hwitard CIIIC\.0 f.NO Archbishop rhingei b, the tilt council. The profession of the Sisters of &t Joicili.,,
Bond knot there It same Burton sad| aU John P Cody his ( birth "are not made for the of faith will I* read by Arch was hers 'I'nnth In i'onf i

TIdII 6.r. from told a prone eonferenre her take nf change<< but It make buhop relk-l and by thoi. once with Sliter Mary Jerwse
Journalist diesLONDON' the genital\ s .bard of rvot. h* antkipatea the Second (hrlitlm worship more mesnlmf Fathers who base nil l partu i S S J ullfrlu"| and Thomas
: .... Madden Jr of Miami srht'!
l It all mes, ArrhUlnh.p mated in pisvioul toni
l INC) Con t \sri !III ttl.rature and. en- Vatican Council will br eon-
('Dd, reminded the coat enll A ul,1 The dny'i tvtnd art n. IM t. In regard to the new cunitructwn -
Adam Romer 73. leading Urtaiamssrt.Author. eluded bout l>crmb r 8 underway at the. St
... delegctei. INK'ted to comM with the
member of the Polish government i and producers The fourth MMMon of the rw|)).l discourse and the annoumrment Joseph College located at the
and .
In code a Catholic hale boss striving for hosws Council will convene 8ptmfcrr AnUcipotiag the fourth *. of the LAth gen novitiate In Jensen lIu.''tu
Journalist has dyed la a LOB tv M their work Morcovor.atfolcictnU 14.Quett'.oaed. MOB of lilt Vatican Cows II.I Construction: hat begun ont
don ho pital. at our coltagos at which OOHVOSM io iNM>jfr $M, new chapel and multipur-
by IIfWIIMII
Before World War II he bad Kate bHe spooking of s criSis the Conrad Hilton Hotel Our Archbishop Cody asMd. all Attend Requiem pint building for the roll." .

served in the dtptomatic corps: Of gash Md Of the Mal. Ofhootsty mi tine liturgy Week convratlsjn Catholics to 'castca tilt apse d .1' J\KAItT' l I"d"n.il.' (NCI It will expand the south end
and wai later chief prets officer ... tategrtty .to accopUng Clueafo's now sptrttiultoo4or of psrosinlal ,audI" from the I'rlnr to their departure for of the editing building tntn an
: for the Polish government a religious .belief. saM be babel for asV Church. sod accent the Home In attend the Second auditoriumlecture hall with

lit had lived! in F.ng And Cslnolic I i tiliilsscmtihae ...... chongos to a.* sna4 changes Priest acts as interpreter VatKan Nunttl. the entire In- s seating rapacity tf DUO per
land since the ln\a.ion of hu MIl .m....' absolute by the CouncU wMcb will AflOllaW gnat 9bt.+tott olt ihinetian episcopacy gatheredat sun i,
country b> the nmmuiuiUin .honesty In the Cl sreb. Ms srtM a'ioi-t "..... swtk'ootton l.-lurgy Week. mteUnga bore While Governor lUydon Burns UI'/'f'IIIH'1J l an. (lit cathedral hers on September Tins present chapel l area
1939. .e._ of the sconAsts of hs 1M Mass tkas ewer .bo- Bishop Charles A. ...til. of official welcome to rWida, his words were translated I fur a requiem bate. will! ht converted to t'lditlon-
churchmoa _., the rug" awl fort ........ <'olor.Io. advised i by Father IX.go Omens Priest" from Spain for Archbishop Htsvlo I>t al claiiroomi for the Increaied -

no double.talk ta oflkelal pro CoUwttr .pastors to 4s more who serve* In the Diocme ..l HI Augutlne Seated lava apostolic' Internunrln ti enrollment of the pn..
4--1;, 1.-1 ,IISS nouncemenUTWi *'|'*... pt .f sit Mfllihip : hsMdatokiM asl mulng wtttiporuluooori in tins fofeicround U Lieutenant General Cantilo IMSone.a' who died In Italy lulsnti and novkti! at the collegs. -

.. a. Cr.l_.....! I, ....... and .tlii( asl*... are... pff *r- lit sal tneoliroa Aktnoo Vega, Bpaln's Minister t>f the 1 Interior. August 23. .
li s healtht tread lag s o'lerMrf K tWi tet "\ Council d moods utvoivtmeat
A tWtc! Service
CallMdriHI ---- -- -- -- --- -
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,fr ai
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flui last o( three summerUturfMal 91 to kraal L> ijt I
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I Preserve life of mortification, 4lE f professional men


tells tLOKKNCK: (NC) Pope Paul VI has called for
Father
Holy Augustinians special training and "active pre ence" of scholars and

t professional men to guarantee balance between technical
CARTLI-GANDOLFO (NC) Pope Paul VI has H* further said that :Religious progress and fundamental human and Christian values

II urged the Auguatiniarm to preserve their life of mortification have the "great responsibility In a letter last week in his

to know the real nerds of the world and to deepen of showing the name, addressed to the 28th thought and of humanistic
world the ideal of evangelic culture, at its r.'plhs inspired
their I knowledge of the congress of the Italian federation
Church poverty, humility and morti poverty, the perfect Christian of Catholic Universities -despite recurrent criaes-
fication as the "diilT food" .f type, the eschatological) anticipation by the Irradiating influenceof
The Pope received the general the soul 01 religious life of the reign of God by Amleto Cardinal Ci- Christianity"
chapter of the Augustinian cog nan!, papal secretary of
which I.I lo d* the will ef on the earth It Is therefore fitting that
state the Pope said the balance
) headed by the prior gen "
order's
God. Recalling the centuriesold 'light be thrown on reciprocal
between the two distinct
eial lathergostmo Trape
) l loyalty l to the
I relations
at Caslel ando1fo. August: 31 ".\nd this is the line Church, the Pope urged
science and
and urged them to be faithful ) which he who wishes to of matter and spirit isdllficult" university
Augurtimans t to clpf'pettheIr Lead St. HNS culture and the problems of
Petersburg parish but
follow Christ faithfullyand
(o the true and authentic more arose of the Church necessary the present-day Industrialized
,
*fess fir the religious life" more closely\ must embrace
'
H* cautioned that k wa Andrew 'It I Is a fail that ever more society for the of
in the religious life, Recently elected' officers of the Joseph O'Rourke, president: purpose
Pope Paul ommended necessary "to profess loyaltyto back marked predominance of making understood the Central -
he added Transfiguration parish Holy Name Petruska, recording secretary;
the thought and norms of science and ethnology In and
The Pop told the Angustmians the Church, avoiding certain Society, St. Petersburg:, have begun row, Edward Hesmon, treasurer; 'la\or of continuous progress the professions responsible must exercise position
that it was also necessary their jear'a work: from left, front Myron Etchison, vice-ptesident; Arthur
attitudes
ST AUGUSTINE critical and reformatory or human society demands between the university and
for them to have "a towards traditional row, Father John Bolger Father F.d-: Klecker corresponding secretary' ; training and atthepresence "

sense of the true of needs the wotld, of the'I'quil'emtnta teachings, venerated customs ward J. Mulligan, parish Priests; and Robert Hill, marshal' of scholars: and professional society Pope|, Paul asked the Congress

/ and fundamental and lofty men capable of reconstituting opening here .August
PONTIAC not of the customs and mentality
of the ecclesiastical within I I
of the woild-so they structures themselves 31i to) reconsider criticallyand
RAMBLER establishment, and avoid and guaranteeing 'within with complete sincerity
better consider and
study might how the Religious! ran ing as well certain alleged returns Priest-expert named secretaryof the structures of orgini/ed its functions in the field

Banta Brothers aid the woilds redemptionand to) (earlier) sources, as life thin difficult balance of the school and of life bear

'M UM IURUJAMES it i iR asserted, which seek to ing in mind the changes and
its piospenty justify a spirit intolerant of "It is therefore consoling evident in the
international liturgy bodyATLANTA expectations
discipline. to undermine the that the Italian Federation of university and entire society
Catholic Universities ''rlCIl.
T. teaching of the Church and togo ,"
MATHEWS JR. Prescriptions9flCDDJWJda along with certain natural (NC) A Pennsylvania Priest has been the engagement! of experts In should be ever more conscious :

,mile approaches which empty named secretary of the international body which will various fields as translating, of its vocation provide -

Old leolt end Curies Mills and institution of the plan and guide the work on new liturgy translations for composers and critics and to society with wellpre St. Petersburg
'A Avilti Street for the exchange of and
of Christ. provide pared scholars professional -
Browsers WelcomeBudgeting genuine spirit the use of English-speaking; Catholics throughout the information with the sponsoring men,"

world. lie provisional and temporal hierarchies and with other This predominance I c of HEARING AIDS
(/
IWn11
llIJA lie is rather Gerald J, Sig-
interested hierarchies to S4995
"
: science and
\ a fact that Is often technology he ..
flood t.
CRS aids ler assistant chancellor of overlooked in 'muih of the Rive( special: attention, within laid "seems at times to obscure 1 n1. I .HP. W .Hit t*. I. Ins
Sick room supplies the Erie diocese and secretary criticism of the presenttexts the scope of this plan to the or to push into the arts ..It..) paerl..aELSWORTH !

Rental and salt victims in Chile of the Erie liturgical question of a single English background spiritual needs
commission, who will serve IMS T>ram Hl>tf. Pfc. 1..1111
decision version of the Bible for liturgicdl snd human values of a tin ill l
Initial
"Ihe wasmade
71i rtw..t Ve 4 1417 47 King. Strut NLW: 1'OFIKC( ) Tonsof the International Advisory I to I'rnpluIalready: existing use or at ]least of com satins nourished for centuries

used clothing, blankets\ and Committee on hnglibh in (lie translations! without de mon translations of biblical it the fonts of philosophical Edouard C. Craig

medicine valued at nearly Liturgy !dNow; the overall pUn texts used in the liturgy

tt5,000 have been sent to Santiago His apixiintment was announced should be evident to use t the Of the advisory committee, Conrrector end Distributor
by Archbishop Paul interim period to work out a whose work will affect nearly ALPINEThe for
4! : Chile by Catholic Relief J Hallirun of Atlanta, first Miund international project of M> million Catholics. about 70 Viton Metal, Cerenxc
Sl'rvkeaational Catholie eM Home end MOMIC
vice chairman of the committee he said per tent of them in the United new Nursing Tiles
iianslations
Welfare Conference to aid of Bishops I repiesenting States 3 of the 7 members art for the fineit m Nursing; n.49th I ST. S*. 347.4101
? more than 75000()( victims of episcopal conferences of tin The committee whose work from the US Home C.'..

Flowers for all Occasions two weeks of torrential winds Jonjtll: hpcaking nations, Father .Father !Slglrr will coordinate such committee 17.4S73
and rams be thin "man One mem 3454 21 it A**. SowtKHlSSUU Holy Name Church
t Siglrr's office will in has been given
Flower Wired Anywhere her the U,!S, layman, G, B
Use Our Low Cost Among the supplies being! Washington .tAIl'" bv the simpers( 1\lnf International Harrison is a dist'"jtuI' ht'dSha.f'spearian

flown to Chile, are' mote than l body of Ihllp"l"To \ scholar who JACKSON'SSHOES
Carcabas Florist Archbishop lUlllnan said
Checking Plan SO,000 vials of penicillin and
he hopes that a full meeting woik out a plan for tile (has been professor of Englishat
,.. .111104 IN II Mulni' kr 61,000 tablets of tetracyclm. of
the University Michigan
of the committee Father Six- translation of liturgical texts CUJUttt

You can leep an accurate Earlier: the l'.S. Catholic let will serve ran be held In and the provision of original since 1949 when he came to DON BARDELLA

t record of your spending overseas relief agency rushed Home In early :November, texts where required' in Ian this country from his homeland -
71 bales of blankets Into the which would be torreel Great Britain' J He holds Manager
and reelly keep to disaster area, supplementinga '. The seven membeis of the guage, dignified( intelligibleand honorary degrees conferred 641 Central Axe, 142-1)55
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with of five advisoiy committee were alfiOannounltd by \illanova University and
your budget our previous shipment suitable for public recita *
by the Archbishop. .',.. }4 MOUM A'tAt
tons of used clothing and J,S and to Holy Cross College,
turn singing propose
simple checking account system tons of blankets Archbishop Mailman fnntj* SUM iMflif C*. ST. ANTHONY'SHOSPITAL

stressed that the group is nota

All the relief supplies! are committee! of translators, evangelization is
Says 600 llth Street NorthSt.
THOMPSONend being flown to Miami and Translators will be called in

ST. AUGUSTINE from there to !Santiago in later, he said, after the committee a . Petersburg

NATIONAL BANK BAILEY cargo space donated by National has worked out pro. needed in Latin America Modem Reewnebl Well Equipped

SI. Au uit.ne VA4.1411I Airlines and Panagra ceduies plans and principles)
Sefety Service Cathedral Piece Airways, a tns NCWC with the help of biblical "What is needed now Conducted by
lowsC(: :
liKS: MOINP$, ) -- / Sitters .f St. Francis
spokesman said music, and literary specialists
in Latin Amnica is not only more Priests and more Approved by
The floods left at least and secured the approvalof So. Petersburg
The molt unique dress shop in St Auu.tin.THE :.10000, persons homeless andthere the various hierarchies. money from the United State. but "Christian evangelization American
small a Christian witness' to the life of poverty, andoopcration 444 S 't th Street North College ef SiK9"nsMbn'thV
loss of !
SISTERS DRESS SHOP was heavy
"If Its Is approvedby
project
exists in the Latin
that
with the Church now
boats and widespreaddeNUuctton ( '
The with the Warm Welcome"Junior fishing
Shop the Rihhopi' conferences,
"' aaid here ,
of new trees and American countries, a raiMionary to Bolivia
Petite, Juniors, Mm Petite, Misses, Half Sires the nninlltee will then Invite
Some 4Olio head of Koch, Dos
crops lather Paul M a
the collaboration of experts his parish attend Mass weekly P Conlfol Service
21 Curia Street South of the Fort VA 4 1706 tattle were recited to have and translators and steer theprotect Moines diocesan( Priest serving T

been killed to completion." he with the Society of M. "Thllad no instruction FOR AN HONEST DEAL CALL ONEAl

Service Paint and Glass Mull and highway bridgeswere ) raid James In Oiuio Bolivia, said In the 'Faith and therefore it
Company the ,
Sometimes misaionarieswho
washed sea' or rol would be unjust and uncharitable
DURALITE "Th.t Famous Pemt" lapsed and turfate' transport Anhlmhnp TUllman said tome to Latin .\mericaate to expect them to be 862-2128
the entire project will take at not ready to give up the
Glass cut (* my lilt was' lerlmnly disrupted.hven practical I Catholics when they
t). St. Gorge Street Established 1 1924 least five years to complete life they've lived in the US don't even know hat a 'practical FOR COMPLETE EXTERMINATION
Ve -I24S : befoie the formal drnImation Translations. will be made of Priests must begin to live like Catholic' is "

of a national emergfmy the liturgical texts of the the poor and with the poor O'NEAL Ttrnitt 4 PtjtC tr ll.c,
in Chile US! surplus Mass, other latramentat rites not find themselves a comfortable Ulhiiugh: rather Kook mid

food, clothing. tend and medi and the (Chunh daily praverrather house and drive a he li aware of Mine romm 2525 N, eP5LD avsneue, sour"

S. J. DeGrande Appliance Co. ones from CRS-NOvC warehouses McManus, director vehicle-thing which identify nl.t ictlvllr In Lelii America !

in Santiago were sent nftheCS! Bishops liturgical Priests with the rich he emphasl/rd thai "not ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCY

We Have Our Own Service Department at once to the devastated office, explained why a new all uxlal fhanr are being
airas by Cantss, the local English: translation of t h I Father Kixh said the advocated solely by communisti JOHN H. RAFFTERY
I 149 Riberia Street Phone VA 9-8704 Catholic shanties oiganization Latin privets Is to he made Priests in I..Ii nlIIfrlc'. ," ..T-.
Ihe present texts he said mint instead Identify with the 111) Central! Ave. Telephone\ ::;!J;:'
poor. The Church also moving St. Petersburg 142,2141
Standard and Office to improve the lives of thepeople
Printing Supply Inc ''
hurt If
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Monev can 'I'' '
f.lI. el-. w.u.a (,not... "..1.. f..... MITI' ..."..''h Cape Kennedy Area don t have running water and I : h It, said too is in revolution J. tea brl..drwdeM

Complete Offic. Outfitter hiive no vehicles, then the /

Printing-Office Supplies.Machines people will know that we understand -

61 Hypolitl Street Phone I2'-S)42 their problem at CLEARWATERENGELBERT'S
least those which follow Iron w rA

their bring poor M nl.a

; o rrwc f.9ou 'Everything In Mui;." rather Koch discounted the

fact that onlv about VX I) of the ... I
PmnoiOrqeni InttrumenH
120(10)( nominal Catholics in
Players, L.P. Records, Sheet Pianos Organs Band Instruments rt"eet a4 s. sic
4Record DRESS, HAT end DRAPERY 51,5 h.. a ',rr e. .. nl .r
Gblon-F.nd.r.K.y.Guit., SI South Atlantic Avenue Phone Sunlit )77)l I The J. Orlando C*,, Inc.ROSARIES FAIRICS .sal .r a' .- .. a' ? a' .. .
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licenses. pxx rn mat t II40NE.' Defend Street ..A DRIVE
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Blach.s.Tinting.Toning.Fretting end Tipping ij c......,. this d'wect.ry hr.. yew ert te..tU ef
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Decorative Imports Accetionet-. Selected Gilts ot t L...... ,......Al', Sporting Goods EARL COX fr*prefer;

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-( Film newsletter TTolleSphemherLlS!! '! !"







Short reviews of four movies Sharing our treasure


NEWSPAPER J and magazine review of current filraa queror. The Great Khan ai

Hay in which one can fret acme Idea played by Omar Sharp ia only The Church, a house I

I at to the relative menu of the hundreds of film released trying to untie' all the warring

each year. The film newsletter ii prepared by the national Mongol tribes Into one united with hundred

center for film study which is the educational_ affiliateof nation and he dies doing It. a gates
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the National Legion of Tint may not be very good "
Decency. characterizationi In this I history but It does provide for iiTPHE Church remarked t .

above average crime film dl- tome good action acenei. 1 G. K. Chesterton. "I is
Following! are some of the p + a house with a hundred
films reviewed retted with sensitivity by Robert Morley and James ,t
recently. Ralph Nelson (Adulti) Mason Ire great fun to watch gales, and no two enter at Father

Oace a Thief. A young man ai Chinese Emperor and envoy exactly the same angle." f

who is trying to go straight I Is The C.lleetor.'illilm TVler > (Adults,) Indeed, no two travel Identically Joba A.

hounded by the police and his has made a fine thriller the same path Thisis
former associates. Alain De- from John Fowlei' best-sef Ske... H. Rider Haggards true particularly of the O'Brlr.the .

Ion makes the transition from ing novel about a warped novel of adventurers exploring early stages of their Jour. _

French leading roles to an young man who tries to makea the desert ia search: of a nee It Is only when! they

American one with little dif girl fall in love with him hidden city, a lost civilisation. enter a court of lyttematic .

ficulty. Van Heflm and Jack while he holds her captive and aa eternal female, makes For benefit of All Saints Home instruction by a competent
Pilance contribute excellent Terence Stamp and Samantha for relaxing light entertain teacher that they begin bedlam of belief In proto

F.ggar are excellent as ment. Robert Day uses the McGill Mra. Joseph A Morrow, to find the wide well.traveled eitantiim. I couldn't quilt get

the two principals (Adults old tricks of derring-do with John Regan Mra. Leo T. Bowles highway: that leads to the It through my head how coO
New films with reservationi) skip to mak it all teem to ; Church's open doors tiding creeds could all be.
matter home-how. This large row Mrs. Alexander Syms, This is Illustrated In the right

I,_ /w.rh .. Ii.in.M INlai Geaghls khaa. Henry Levin color production features Urtula .. James Mullaney, Mra. John conversion of Clifford Brier "Coming home from choir

'N a Irvin,. hat directed a large scale production Andrews Peter Cuthing : Mra. Albert Pfeiffer and hits a piofetsional singer, of !Nap\ practice on an April eveningIn

Clara A, Sntion I In color about theworld' and Christopher Lee. (Adultsand J, Koreon. erville. Illinois, Now the at 1947, I passed the Catholic

most dreaded conKMCK adolescents.) sistant pastor of the Churchof church. The thought atrucjcme

(Morally unobjectionablefor the Holy Ghost at Wood that this was the one

general patronage) Cardinal Dale Illinois Father nrl.rI\ Church I hadn't Investigated.

Billie (CU. A.) says real film Reports busy In sharing hit discovered I walked pained the rectory,
treasure with others. then walked around the blockto
Treasure Of Silver Lake
pans it once more as th*
(Col.) conflict with Indeed he has already led thought persisted. Again I
never U truth seekers Into the fold
daft A, Section II Tampa of Cnrlnl. walked around the block and

> ; Italy (N'C)-Thia clty'a Cardinal patriarchhas time EPIPHANY{ OF OUR LORD for the third time In front of

(Morally unobjectionableor told participanta In the renowned Venice film festival All Saints The Lady'i Guild held a "I was bol'1of a BaptUt the rectory I hesitated

\ adulto and adolescents) that "real and genuine art will never conflict with the ( will spon formal reception, Sunday August father and a Lutheran mother '11 0 w does this looker,

of He card 29, 1965, from J to 4 p m. ," related .Father "and.. came a voice from I man 1
norma Christian
rood and
"armer's. Other Daughter human behavior mail show at 8 at the parish social hall to reared with the general Idea thought was a gardener But
The (CU. Pro) Films have become "a social phenomenon of such: 1mprcaaiv itself 22 at the greet and Introduce the four that Catholicism was something when I approached I saw the

WiJd. Wild Winter (UnL) apjitude.H Giovanni Cardinal Urbanl aaid 1005 RiveS newly I arrived third Order of weird and eerlt It wa! Roman collar.

that no one who ia aware ) \ III... St. Francis Bernardln Sis- the last religion I ever
Class A, Section III of hla reaponaibilitiea can ilitenc with which the public hy a event In ten Father I'hilip A. Bar- thought I might embrace. My "1" chatted! al length and

( remain an inert and paaaive often unprepared it being A. Morrow deck, pastor !Mn Fram-li father, one of the world's I told him .f my vale searchfor
Morally
unobjectionablefor
spectator( : before them." presented with problems ; Mrs. Ho- !MilVrmott, president of the greatest motorcyclists, waskilled religious truth The Priest
adults) and situations plots andscenet Ai Guild when I three, I Mnnnlgnor I !Stenger. Invitedme
and Mrs. John wan
Ife/ told an audience of \ ; George!
organizers art
taliano Brava Genie authorities which would find their Mm ion vice president, Introduced wanted to teach Latin and U latetllgate th. Cain-
delegates
and .
(Fmb.) and journalists on September laboratories moil suitable letting In the Leo T !Sinter M. Candid took four yean of It In high lie rellglo.
of psychiatric: i Alexander OS P principal of school: school, but finances kept me
1 at the festival that
a "I 1 with the under
homes ia agreed
nursing the
or .
Mullaney. Sinter M. Del'adua OSF from going to college
he looks to the
future of th.tln.ma .
that I
courtroomi. though landing was not thereby
Mrs Albert Sitter M Fulginette OSF "Muile was my great love
JACKSONVILLESAY of art culture ai "a luminous and behavior"school "Nobody demands that the ) J. Kor, and Sister M. Leroy OSF. It still U, and I managelrar committing myielf That
lilt which torment our era Came course of Instruction changedmy
i W* are certain that in the be covered ever with a cloakof Mri: CHRIST THE KING Mllanov Iou visits and Malhln backstage I studied with life. Here was the Church:
Sirs John
future as well ai In the present Ignorant Nobody demandi John Edward J. Atkins, prominent (for which I had long been
O'Neill. voice and soon was singing
IT WITHFlowers the cinema will have at that one should refrain band Mrs Dan layman from !Miami, will everywhere: rhurthes, Chi warchlng, founded by Christ,
its aid In the court of Hi from denouncing the the address members of the authorised by Him to teach
bond rallies.dance .
Morgan parks war
sago
progress to Illuminate and fettering wounds which poi Italian and Christ the King Holy Name band and even nllhtIubl all nations and guaranteed

encourage, admonish and son the human organism. The stare Society" in Tampa on Sunday His divine protection till the

AS..J. Florist Of NL fit. bleu the Church, teacher eiposal description and rep Steiger September 12. He will speak) "Preparing for my operatic end of time. Hers was the

of wisdom and mother *f mentation et moral evil at the Communion breakfast ilrhut In Maiidneti' Jugglerof unity which, I had tensed

chilltatlon. tenet for a more deepened Nw ., l>anl. Mr. Atklni, a rut presl Notre Dame, I was advised mutt characterise Hil

HOMEOWNERS It Is e.aedlsg to regard knowledge and analysis of speak to dent of Mlaml'i Diocesan to spend a few weeks In a Church: unity of belief, won

Ike rlaema at aa elemeal" *f man" the Cardinal said. The San Jo e t'nkm' of Holy Name Societies, monastery for atmosphere. ship and government.
SAVES $ $ $ '
11& cultural ull.., tot ".. "But such description !Sacred mothers li an attorney lie and his 'A monastery1' 1 snorted "Her were the urrament

Jeci WUcei Aatnf hate ranfUence. ai sm should ne\er ten at a pro tint tin !WIn wife and fl\* children are Catch nit dead In such a '
Phos. FL '.211' ...U like as I* hate, I h the text for unleashing' 11th. opening members of Sti Peter/ and plate" guide ui and the Real Presence

w to I C-IIItc.- self-riitrl .f I.....* .... regard heart flI man a tempest of Th... !Srptem. Paul parish Miami. "In spite lit my engroat to auitaln l us. Why

films abet all as a disorderly Pllll n.. Nor mutt made the parish Bradenton mint In singing I experienced hadn't, Catholics! ever told ma

\ soiree ., gala It, ai bag experience it one at a pretest for the Donlm.. a curious baffling feeling of of their marvelous, life giving,
I THEHartley ah..., a via III- presentation of hedonistic ter / principal I Kit CThe placement and .f unrest oiiltavlflg\ divine faith

Press tl...." Cardinal I'rkail iaM.'Likewise and materialistic Ideals detIroyert The pt'r'O. teachers flat Installation and "Sit months I later I was
of every' human and of testimonial banquet of the !DcSota "I| could IIltl l believe thai II baptized and at 95 went on tit
year
1110 ".Iy $*... it Is an Imiiioa Chriitianalue," bake .k. Council Knights of Columbus was enough merely" Ie accept Judy fur th* Priesthood Oi
I to resume that the great man SA04 was held recentIv SatUur, I fell
JckuMiIU, F... .. WJ7W Cardinal I'rbanl cautioned tribute I. In Jesus si our dalned In IV}?, I hope wh:!
of the public possesses maturity againit despair and laid that coat of I* aunt. at the Cabana HotelA .thai we .1.! hid I I. w.rk earl. God's help to thin my pie-
f and discernment of selection achool in COtf tificat of merit was our i./lvitl>.. with mlr'othrs
.. Corbe
clout trsaiurt
wwsllssMal..vvv..a+ .avI bound to
V.a svelte
are Daytona Beach the play, awarded to Harold/ Keller for "
bttterneit, the in- trying "I 1 discussed with ministers
with great Ie .f CJobl ladles this for wit larn1m< work In the
Cwinctl A certificate" of mmtwill -
Ilage of Orlando die placed Interested
fCTT1'S CLEAnCONSTRUCTION trict deputy of the KnlgM of ..t>... l b. ardd at the next
CO.724I4JS Columbus, will preside at the the Haltoweeo mete j( to 1JII;, basin I'ol- DELAND AREA I

_....."-a-oil... VIaM4nin initiation of K of C candidate timber ftuitday lack for hi. work In organiaIng .
/ Ya..... r.N M from Daytona Beach Sanford TIlt, l annmmceil! this first Installation tore

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The* Florida Catholic, September !8 1, 1965 Catholic schools gain



Pontiff brings consolation to -n' I Students enrolled now



Italv's flood stricken villages at record 5.7 million

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PKIMA: PORTA, Italy (NO Thw small laboring bring you the blessing of the WASHINGTON( ) A record 5.7 million rtu-

community was the most hard hit in Italy weeklong onBlaught Lord dents have enrolled In the nation's Catholic elementaryand

I of torrential rams and electrical storms which Pope Paul then climbed secondary schools this month. This la the estimate of

have left nearly 100 dead or minding. The Bishop of Rome into the seat of an army Jeep 4? the National Catholic Educational Association, based on
and began a two hour tour of
the midst of the flood victimlzed people ,, ;+ from diocesan school
moved about in Prima Porta and its neighboring < ,; preliminary reports superintendent.
here on September 4, extending his compassion and community of Labaro. He This means that about 89,000 more pupils have been

blessing thing should be done to help stopped many times along the added to the rolls. The estimate for grade

There has been no scene this community which suffers way to comfort a crying family 'k Ti The students are in a network school enrollment means an

quite like this since Pope Pius early from the flooding or to bless men digging out of private schools increase of one per cent, a
XII walked I through the Tiber burled rubble, or sorting out i I I.I whose, financial value this figure considerably below the

bombed rubble of the !San Inquiring about particulars broken furniture and d .I ; school year is placed at more spectacular growth rate o<

Lorenzo district of Rome dur of the tragedy from local of drenched clothing is than 83.4 billion by the United the post.World War II years
the Second World War As he passed, some lookedup States Office of Education.
ing
ficials and parish Priests, he but one slightly above last
from their brooms and .
Pope Paul left his vacation promised to send more financial shovels, others doffed their When private colleges are j ear's Increase which cam
aMrlcanrtoiro aid to bolster the undisclosed added to the U.S. agency'stotal to only two tenths of one percent
q II e r I e rial ( hats, but when the Pope a'D
he sent after first w ? of estimated education .
with little prior notice and sum stopped they silently pressed b
of the flood al expenditures the figure As for schools, enrollment
traveled over :30 milei to the hearing close to receive his blessing. high
north Roman suburb of PrIma Cries of "Viva 11 Papa" and At one point Pope Paul left for private education runs toN growth is picking up

Porta, a stone's throw from the shouting and clapping the jeep when he heard a 6 billion, based on the atsumption speed as the student numbers

the racing Tiber Rim.At which usually attend a papal woman wailing and entered that expendituresper which literally overwhelmedsome
lack ;a ;" teacher art the same as grade schools a few
visit were! conspicuously the home to comfort her and { a I
Pope Paul victims rode in digging an. ing, perhaps because of the her family He blessed a 15- ,+"w P ip s, .v '1r' public schools jean back reach the secondan -

army Jeep among fear that beneath the rubble old who credited i M level.
devabated year- boy was The 1 NCEA Issued these estimates
out their 6m t v' ,+ school!
someone might still lie with 10 heroic rescues during ? a iti The estimated high
boots and i
homes, men in hip ,
buried enrollment increase this
with mud stared in the height of the flood. He
blank covered silence with faces mirroring The Pope arrived at 9::45 talked with a woman who had Welcomed to St. Joseph's TampaSister -Elementary schools went school year is 34 per cent
Some women 'Just as the sun broke throughthe hung onto the rafters of tier from 4Ml,000 pupils i to following on the heels of a

misery others shook clouds and began to bake home, her baby clasped to her their first of 4,593.000 an Increase of 52,000. J per cent Jump the year before
cried silently; Virginia )F.MA, principal of Doming students on day
schools I in
Secondary ,
the mud into clay Stopping breast
their fists at the hastilyaasembled St Joseph School Father school from left Rosemary Dubach,
joins
of civic briefly at the entrance to the Wading through the debris Tampa, : creased from 1087,000 itu-
entourage and journal city, he addressed a small and water which still surrounded James O'Malley CSSR. and Father Sharon Castnllon, Richard Hernandei dents to 1,124,000-a jump of Beach

ists officials who, followed police in a motorcade group which had begun to the flooded home, the Leonard Cordier C.SSR, right, in wel- and Xavier Prida.Coming 37,000. Daytona

and _. ._ ., _
gather Pope returned to the jeep r M+a,1yart- .....- "---w rav ---roo ",,*" .', T a. -- ', -.Awr v+r f arr -- .
continued along the road, at
\\hy didn't you" come whenwe "Beloved sons," he said, "I times within a few feet of the Fwmiture 800bGr..ti"

needed you? some wom have come to see you with my still swollen tributary of mud Cards

en exclaimed own ,)tI. I do not hold In my dy water-now past its cent, LLOYD COX
'Where were you when the hands remedies for the present
but still racing toward the
water almost took our children crisis, but I want to Tiber Office Supplies
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away? share In the sorrow and CL 2-)47)
Though soma observers anguish which such pain has About a mile away, theIen 118 North B. criWelcome S..t
said they heard taunts addressed brought. you. was repeated) In the xh
directly at the Pope flooded village of Labsro, and r e

the majority at least seemed "1 greet you all We will again Pope Paul left the Jeep Travelers

only to reflect story of a try to increase our old We and walked among people
FwnituroPorch
tragedy so great that !it struckat will do everything possible to standing In a shallow river of
end P tie .ei.H!.
Sp lR
an)thing in sight. help in this sorrowful hour. muddy water r al i Jitib
.H. Wrought lean
It was also a reminder te This morning I prayed for "
officials that some your heavenly comfort I Here he spoke with the pastor Aluminum"
passing
of the local church and tic Highway I Ormond Bt.cK
promised to Increase the financial r

help he had already + r. .- \\ \\\U\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'

Daytona Beach sent .. Itr ddtrS K r t Contact Mr. Raymond Webb
At 11:30 he transferred to ,1
the limousine and returned OR 7-5604 for ads in tU arts

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A AYTOIU With only brief exceptions, t Ph', ,

he had spent the entire time
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MART A short while ago he appeared n ',h h at:7 I .4 wtY r t +a. 'I + .ri 11 M
X rested from his brief

l* -K'rtfinGuliitanWundt vacation but after this trip First day of school at St. Joseph, Tampa anti roll mice Iilvlf"idt

Horn Appliance Service WIV.h his fare was strained, and he tall ....roochetM
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2S5.5236 384 North 8t1ch St.n''I Throughout the diocese of School, Tampa, assembled for the Salman Sister of St John Bosco. James O'Malley is school
NorNI li M' Siliwry ImlM
|. /Dill IWllMl I timu Phon. 255.5479 Rome a second Collect was first day of school last week The Father Leonard Cordier CSSR. is prefect

being added at Masses "to .Iot tuNa of Y.rta....
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Bi "'r. William B. Cavananfh Dessert card party, September Council Knights of Columbus -
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and only one mile from The Florida Catholic is ,,.
Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC. Daughters of America, show, Oi'toner 27, 8 p.m., Couchm" Printing Co. rwW
DAYTONA DE LAND home It was a long, tiresome pleased to publish an ac Court St Ann 1645& sponsor, South Side Woman's Club J. IMWf, tm
business I to
trip was so glad
110 So. mpbolUCL 3-16)6 S60 So. Blvd-RE 4.5S87 be almost t at the end I was count of this incident in Dessert card party and Jacksonville, Blessed Trinity CL 2-4284 I 1)8 M gnoR .
benefit show 8 Guild
September 22 sponsor!
coming down a curved hill on Father Cavsnaugh's life p m? Garden Center 1005 .

KAY'S RESTAURANTNEWLY a busy highway Father Cavanaugh Is a rem- Itiverside Avenue: Jacksonville Itaficn and American Food
About 100 feet ahead, a car Auxiliary! of All Saints -
dent of
St Cloud and
a ,, I ,..... 'til II P.M. /rrrr r a rawA t+atrarM
ENLARGED & REDECORATED began to swerve, narrowly Home, sponsor Op i law
ALA-CAR1E end FULL COURSE DINNERS missing another car coming Priest of the Diocese of Rummage sale. September ttnqutt FtCidtiMCW4 ..+r wow

HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING in t the opposite direction Then Harrisburg, 22, 23 and 24. SM' Canal St. Ur MMtrIM hoe h laf

7)4 MAIN STREET ) BLOCKS WEST OF PIERIMOffiTonyandJerriel the swerving car suddenlycaieenrd 11111NNN\\1N11/1//NN1N New Smjina Reach. Altar Society o i (Mond.yi/ ..1. : :':

across the highway, of Sacred Heart parish, ( ...Iwlangwf
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ran up a slight embankment, sponsor. SAN REMORESTAURANT
to the dead man This proved
came down again, and with a rail rally, central deaneryof A
$ to me how essentially kind,
great crash side-swiped shout Holy Name Society. (ktober FatJhNMa
thoughtful, and I truly I calf :
\t f II V Italian Cuisine 20 feet of a guard rail before pout most people can be in 10. St Paul Church, IAn 1270 SO. RIDGEWOOO ;4N.
it cameo a stopRy ,
.. II Null (inn H Slid, iM Mil Itnrt the face of tragedy CL 2-1357 Up t. 400 hnent
this time I had ought
clear m uit <,.. m. 11 N r YFREEMAN'S After that all seemed to fall
to halt In total
my car a TAMPAINSURANCE
Into well .
a patterned emergency
amazement at what I saw taking
help The motor patrol Or-d .*
place there on the road
-e : diiected traffic I perfectly and ssi1 te.Aff ,'M Mw
ahead of me I ran ova to the
N .f I-Mk Mlhl I I h.f.b ambulance doctors, twMa
nur ei
Oaanln wrecked car and found it con 2II.I2II VyTlVV
I 'ateerua rained and aides were ready to take a A.... ? life ,H.">. *e luv'nvn: ."TJ87
747-9062 only one occupant -
...,..r. \ tr1AatM.lal. the driver the victim from hIS'battered HENRI A. MONTEAU ealtChopSeafoodi Open II ::30. 1:30:
'i '.'. all T1rM .r h. tMa car almost as \soon as I fir JiJ
t'J I.: 0.1 tilt '.all III.....Ma 1'.eal He was bn(11v( mangled and ished the of -OLIVER MONTEAU, INC.J .
-J: J ,A.1A ..".. I..'..... covered with blood His shirt prayers the las) ) W.i.tfN. UnM. 8y.ld.nf/

was torn off hn body from blessing Some three weeks later 1 re- 22MM8 Tampa" Fl.t d. "For Complete Beauty Care"

,"''",,, "Duds For Dudes"TM the motionless collar to and the waist by this He time was erred a vergiateful 1 letter PATS BEAUTY SALONThe
-r. ...,1 from the widow of the man "THE HOME OF GOOD IMPRESSIONS". 6
<,,>.'>. J) t>.|iin iitin. nor IK TMiit.ii lifeless thanking me for having given Home of Happy Hair

imWJ : J v. Rut his lurersteil cheat, the last rites of the ,rChurch" 4} HIBUCK'S
1 Mi.. f>t lull lilllti, Sfilin, iMimr, Nth en t IABI'IAID' PH." 25) 4)2) cor |0rk Dorbyihrfo Holy ,
> In the setting to her non Calho: ;
glemnlng brightly
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fl.' I husband
; oar miniProtection *un, was a beautiful

miraculous medal' the rice eta \hmit toot months later, 102 South T.mpe Sfr.t Tapa, FkfJa: ,

from tun and<< silver dollar. Christmas He: t to he exact, I Mtmbte" CKr'tt: Tr* Kmq sad S.trod Hoot Pasha.

trio and hurrictnot with lining seen the entire iccldrnt received another letter from v% TRIM SHOP

aluminum fold.down .wnMorrison1 and realtiMg the man the wldnw lelllng me thai she \ Ir
in9" was alieadv dead the right had Jut been received Ini"* +Yt! SEAT COVUS

of that medal brought me to the Catholic r hired and J/LP CIVtiJiim, JJwUWtA AUTOMCIti.1 UPHC.5HSJMT '
w.uld receive her first 1 Holy
Awning my senses with a jolt I did
.. ..
Communion at the midnight :
not know the man but I Immediately
& Venetian Blind to Mats tlf ('hrl Im... 142 SwM ':'.pi>o. S".r.
proceeded give
I N. II, ALTAR WINES
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aadip, ., ItSfBAGGETTlIcINTOSH him I conditional: absolution This was one of the N and the last blessing Christmas presents 1 havt

Ry this time a large crowdof ever received It brounht mt AVAILABLE FROM STOCK IN DAYTONA
passing motorists gathered great happiness' 1 I'm lire

i around the wrecked car "et that it brouKht much hat'i q

+ all stood reverently at a short ness also to the widow and to TAMPA FURNITURE L

distance while 1 administered her husband l

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ne Florida Catholic, September 8,19M


Cardinal BaranSays fT'J Teaching Sisters/


will intensify


Church persecutedmore work among poor

WILTO.V, Connecticut (NC)


by Reds than Nazis $ -Sitters The here 7000 of Notre to member Intensify Dame School their resolved


ASSISI Italy (NC-Josef) Cardinal work among the poor and
Beran the exiled
greatest possible advantageof underprivileged through Ho
;
I the Archbishop of Prague, Czechoslovakia, has stated that living In religious libertyand network of schools they .t.otl>h
condition of the Catholic Church in his
the country under thus contribute to the Meeting at the northcas1.! n
lomination.In eommunista. Is worse than what it was under nazi growth of religious life fol. E =. provincial house for th, i

: ak N.1 ,: w {+ kl'e;, + 100th annual education (,m, Ienr. i
say that while men la Eastern lowing the WM! norms the Alp I1 roJ ra
a talk at the Pro Chritate ., delegates Issued a sl.*

Christiana center In Assist! suffer European for their countries faithfulness must to given Vatican and council will give has already in the ... ". ". ,, t.. . h ..' ,4h ,wiaMV! tu'a .; ment saying that the edu, stonal -
the Cardinal said that in five needs of culturally 3.

rears of occupation the nazis God Western and countries the Church mutt men beware la future.great comfort This will and be consolation also a. Gray Ladies aid students at St. Andrew, Orlando prlved students demand a rethinking

were unable to carry out of the communlh! i
!their plan to de-Chriitianiie of slipping Into a kind of for our Holy rather' who Working in the health room at George Burke Mrs. David Coetel- Mrs. Ralph Schnur, Mrs Ed Me educational pollcv

Czechoslovakia. religions laziness la Mi discourses often exhorts St. Andrew School Orlando will lo, Mrs. John Burns; back row, Donald Mra. Richard Lewis, Mrs. They announced that "In a
not to forget
us our
But In only a few years the "It is a severe warning for great duty to cooperate in the be these Gray Ladles pictured Sister Mary Angellne C.PP.S., Theodore Sloan Mrs James Murtha spirit of love of God's poo:

Communists hate reduced us," he ..id. adding: happy and Joyous develop above: from the left, front row, principal of the school; Mrs, Frank Mr*. Betty Jean Moors, Mrs, they would welcome non-

more thai 2000 Priests (I. the "The faithful of the Western ment of our Holy Mother the Mra. James Jarnsjrfn, Mrs. Paul Gray Mrs. Richard Dubnlcka, Mrs. Charles Dim, Mra. Bill Cbutoure. Catholic pupils Into their
status ef laymen leaving countries must take the Church. Isenberg Mrs. Ed Dornseif Mrs. Xuma Hebert, Mra. Tom Shelley schools unless this conflicts
few for with diocesan policy
nly s pastoral work.
Cardinal Reran said "New life ran be Infused
'Into these schools and the
"'Relig ()ul orders have all U.S. helicopters deniedto Name changed level of the life of the community .

been suppressed and, goner can be raised If the

ally religious Priests are notable WILMINGTON Delaware school accepts the pupils as

to help their brother In of Sudan (INC) The board of they are. and trains them In
the cars of souli," said Cardinal government directors of the Catholic Welfare principles of Christian liv

Beran. "Congregations Guild Inc, has approveda lug" the Slitera' statementsaid.
of Sisters are practically KA lr.U.t'ranlla (NC) The United States government proposal to change the .

condemned to death became has withdrawn an offer to lend two rescue hell- name of the agency to Catholic The community also announced '

they cannot open novitiates copters to the Sudanese government when It became Social Services, Inc.: that schools la deprived

and are therefore bound to known that the aircraft would be used In military operations The change was advocatedby areas will work to

I disappear in a while" it has been reported Monsignor Thorn J, adapt their curriculum to the
The Cardinal declared that here. the understanding they wouldbe Reese agency director ho needs and capacities of their
[ two seminaries remain used for humanitarian rescue felt that the title would
only The crated helicopters were new pupils and that selected SIo.tens
I in existence, and they can reIceive delivered from the U.S with mission ItI'll later. "better express the nature of will be given special
only a few student *' 1 >tiAY'I learned the Sudanese government our agency" training "to understand the
Intended to me the hell
Peach year Each student must The work of Catholic Social people with whom they work
rave the support of some Pope broadcasts copters to rescue pilots of Services Is concerned prim to know and value their specific .

(backer of the communist adv military aircraft battling rlly with fortifying familylife cultural patterns and to
rebels In the southern Sud.n.nlvld.d .
[patty, to to become a Prieit '': to Eucharistic through (counseling\ toiler be aware of their specific
Jin Czechoslovakia today Ills t rr ..rifestm by political religious care, and adoption servicesfor needs, both Intellectual and
and
racial lines, the
to be recommended "
necessary r children spiritual.
by a party that Is fightingto .. Congress In Peru Negro Sudanese In the south

destroy the Church. It- VATICAN C1TV NCRevrelying have been fighting their I
( )
4 Holy Communion Isan Arabic speaking rulers from ORLANDO WINTER PARK I
Cardinal Betas went en te .1 the north ever amc the nation
"invitation to
correct unbalanced
,.... .. aocial I I became Independent In
Injustices .
19M: The Khartoum 10'frn.m..nt

ORLANDOWINTER Students from Japan meet Holy Father among peoples persons," Pope, categoriesand Paul M snces has on blamed Christian the missronapes duturb-- Her- J, Helcirich WALTER MENGES

Japanese students above received tent audience held at Casttlganddlfo told the cloning session alrl'ru' Earlier this summer, & Sons Clothier To MenThe
,
Seventh Eucharistic
National
PARK thousands of civilians were limn m U.....* Fmeit In Men's, Wear
greetings from Pope Paul VI at a rethe papal summer residence Coner.lI.nrtlldtlllll''ff. .
shot down by government 01 ltt tell Ml 'n'' 'It. :04 N. ORANGE AVE.

the \ ailon troops In a number of southern limit mm ''*.u'1 Acroii From St. Jams
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fOR Radio (tucuit Sol) tollnsncsf cities

Children'sClothes Business Meetings & Officials talk of achieving Top Caul's Span-' According I* the Information FAIRVIEWCI..n.rl
lib. languags message declared "Say It With Flower
received here, the hiroptra /
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Finn In c" dr'I\1 "ijr I I The Lutheran, Catholic unity "The Council's spirit seeks Force plane from South o.p."d.bi'F'1c;: Core FLORIST

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A"'pl.i"9 ;in tree (NCI) Theologians and ecu Mats Germany, and Lutheran J Iv centered tn the Holy/ Man, gust If.

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$.. See! and the Lutheran world 'bwger' of Munich who ahead 1 of Easter, more oriented toward
In order to rescuecMllani" LEWIS COli scrrnns
David A. Fennel Federation gathered here of the Evangelical Lutheran the fullness of iti mysterious "
In sn Isolated see- run wniTiie perusecent.
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Sales' Manager Ph. MI 4-)400 lot of the country following a .....,..... ,... .otirMintALL
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their differences JM Willebrawii.secretary ef the ("roil, the ..
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of the Vatican Sec adoration iof the Eunharlit.) irreiiMootsetno
AQUINO'SSERVING Thin first' trriflal thelg| officer observed a
rttariou for Promoting Chris must remain living and effective oirta
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airfield
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ACCESSORIES TIIES-IATTERIES DINNERS FROM let el In on tour an centuries eon- retsry of the Lutheran World Prelate/ to answer would bo used in military ., Inc.

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a sanest, shape and scope of P. ,. I SUSAN HURU'f
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A ]joint communique issued an PHONE tiA UU2RfI'WflR
Acr w From St. C". .. IM2 MI 7.4500 Phone MI 4-77)1
at the doss of the August the Lutheran. World KooVra Council on TV with ( .5. embassy officials
2127 meetifg, held here at Uoft Bishop Volk and Dr In Khsrloum, retimedto Winter Park

the new center' of the Lutheran K E Styobfasrd, director ef t.W'OnK (NO-Blihop) the l'.5. with the helicopters. lOYAL PLAZA

Foundation 'for Intercenfetiional the Lutheran Mlercackaols- Ernest J Prtmeau of Man- .i47-M. MaXoHo: !
WOTKfNS al research teeter addresses Chester, New Iamphlr( s ,
1 Research dtsctlbod gave .. .
t 0 > !! -Ot *
(fin Washington s US, > 'M t
the atmosphere as "fraternal entitled 'Crsl member of the Vatican Secretariate fovsrnment 14 North Oraifo A..,

objective and ecumenical Theological I.... for Fists. for Christian t'nity. spokesman confirmed
PAINT WALL PAPER Dialogue. \ betweea UM Ramp will "meet the prei" on thprogram. that the helicopters"
ORLANDO WINTER PARK Co hirmn of the Inlitial Catholic Church and the Lutheran 'Lamp Unto My were delivered to the Sudan to In I..t Orlano'o Sw ..ltlen a Mastery Ham.

coniultaUoa were Cathode Church Feet, 'fCMTV Network, Sun evacuate wounded' IOldl.,.. W* Have The Homo Toy W."t. So Lett' Get TfltM

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"Our Fie.... soy i* f*, yw" were seven churchmen appalated a m RDTi I commander arrived ho was DEMETREE BUILDERS
THOMSON & McKINNONIN told the rescue had been accompllshed
BLOSSOM TIMEFLORIST the111 '
by <'' unity Bishop Prlmesi will he by I sod Thespokesman 1)07 ft CoU'l Of, Ph.". J77.II2I"GUARANTIED" /
secretariate and seven by the qneittoned ihovt the final
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2519 S, Or* IWm Tr. Lutheran World roe rUen cession. of the allen Council asked the commanderto
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i
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la November 1MI, he waiapfMHnjted
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I Foundina of St. Augustine ., America's first settlementBy I


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Research Staff ly charged him with a missionary as well as a military responsibility and set a compass heading for San Juan de Puerto Rico, which to prevent the founding of a Spanish settlement, the Adelantado -

Mission of ombre* de Diemhi. : they reached on August 9. In the harbor they sighted four 's council of advisors urged him to return to the Caribbean

AiiRiisliiie, Florida As we have In mind the good of lie salvation of thone other ships of their weltered fleet, including the flagship, San to await the balanace of his fleet.
(Indian) souls, we have decided to give the older to send religious )'('Iayo, of Admiral Menendez !Menende, however decided to engage the French shipsat

: Spanish treasure fleets sailed twice each year from / persons to instruct the said Indians and those people "Loud cries of Joy resounded on all sides," Father Lopez| onee

Till where the gold.laden !galleons and caravels who are Christians and our subjects, so that they may live wrote and we thanked the lAIrd that He had permitted! to A brief and inconsequential battle followed. Father tapes. )
imnrd together for mutual protection The fleets) passed northward among and talk to the natives that may inhabit those lands Imd each other again but it would be impossible for me to tell recorded that notwithstanding all the gun we fired at them,
through the Bahama Channel or the Straits of Florida and provinces of Florida, and so that I the Indians) by BMoela. how it all happened! ." w e did not sink one of their ship*,"

n it was also called until they reached the vicinity of Her ton and conversation with them might more easily be taught The Spanish, too withdrew with no louse Menendez was

muda, when they net course for the Azores. our Holy Catholic Faith and be led to good practices and customs Leave Puerto RicoThe )pleased; he had satisfied his military honor.
From the Azores to Seville the fleets were heavily guarded and to perfect policy" lie decided now to retire, particularly since, as he knew,

hv) men of war to prevent capture by French pirates, The On June. 29, 1W5. Mencnder sailed nut of the port of Cadet Spanish voyagers paused several days in Puerto Rico the French had five more battle.ready warships in the river.It .

greatest/ danger on the voyage however was navigating the with' 19 ships and IKK) men bound for Honda's east coast. Almost I tn replenish their store of provisions and to take on board was time to found his settlement lie turned the bows of his

Bahama Channel! at once his fleet encountered severe storms which forcedits horses and additional men that the King had agreed to furnish ships southward toward the newly named harbor at St. Augustine
This passage discovered by Ponce de Leon on his first return. from the island garrison and arrived there just off the Indian village of Seloy. on

expedition, was only 39 miles wide at the narrowest point; Several days later when the storms had abated, the Ad. Father Lopez was asked to remain by Puerto Rican set September 6.Mass.

,Mi waters were uncommonly] rough; reefs at its entrance miral set sail again, this time with an enlarged company of tiers They fered: him an attractive pastorate, but he refused:
threatened the keels of heavily laden ships, and violent storms 1500 soldiers sailors locksmiths, millers silversmith, tanners "I wanted to see if by refusing a personal benefit for the of Our Lady's Nativity

sometimes whipped the channel into cauldrons] Various dheepsheareis and farmers, some with wives and chil love' of Jesus, He would not grant me a greater, since it is my rather Lopez described the ,
wreckage along the coast attested the channels terror to dren. desire to serve Our Lord and His Blessed Mother. landing "On Saturday the
8th. the Admiral landed with' banners spread to the
many
Spanish navigators. With approval from all hands Menendez weighed anchor
hazards French sound of trumpets and salutes of artillery As I had I
What then if in addition to these natural gone
northward toward the Ba
and led his few ships to sea again,
pualci should also infest this channel* Farmers brought alongAn hama Channel. ashore the evening before, I took a Cross and went to meet
him, singing the hymn, 'Te Deum laudamus,' The Admiral
additional 1000 pioneers were! to follow later from As. On Monday, August 27 Father Lopez noted "while we followed by all who accompanied him marched! up to the
French problemWhat the to the Bahama Channel God showed
present turias and BIscay. Menendez had had the good sense to recruit were near entrance Cross, knelt, and kissed It. A large number of Indians watched!

was only a worry in the mind of the Spanish King[ In men skilled in tilling the soil animal husbandry, and the to us lie a miracle continued from: heaven these proceedings and imitated all they saw done"
of 1564 hunting of game. It was for lack of these skills: that earlier ex A solemn Mass was then offered In honor of the Nativityof
fifil: became a plain reality in the summer : "About o'clock in the comet
nine evening a appeared,
peditions had shown such lamentable inability to live off the the Blessed
French adventures under Rene Goulaine de Laudonniere Virgin Mary, the feastday observed then ai
which showed itself directly above us, a little eastward, giving
land now on September 8. Father SOUl de Meras records that after
the northeast coastline of peninsular Florida and
preempted so much light that it might have been taken for the sun. Itwent
Chief the were "four secular] I'rieUi! Mass"the Adelantado had the Indians fed and dined himself"
began construction of a military fort. among passengers/! towards the west that is. towards Florida and its
with faculties to hear confessions" It was the first community act of religion and thanksgiving
Called fort Caroline, the French outpost: was situated brightness" lasted long enough to repeat two Credos,"
rear the mouth of the River of May (St. Johns) where it commanded In these four men lay the Chinch's hope of planting the The very next day the voyagers sighted land"! It was Cape in the land. It was" also the beginning of the parish of St Augustine .

the northern discharge of the Bahama Channel, and Cross permanently in Hondas sands. ('anavcra). the thin finger: of land that projected out from the [ and of the permanent service of the Catholic Church
in what is now the United! States,
enabled French warships to sally forth with dangerous ease Their names were Father Francisco! Lopez de Mendoza! center of Honda's east coast
The Spaniards christened their landing site, Nombr d
against: the treasure fleets (liajalcs: Father Gonzalo Solis de Memo Father Rodrigo *
Dios-Name of God-by which name the site is still known today
Laudonniere force consisted of soldiers, sailors and
Garcia de Trujillo, and Father Pedro de Rueda
Canaveral Shortly after the Menendez and his Priests
artisans No clergy or farmers were included Cape sightedIt landing
As the Spanish vessels plowed through/ the At. erected! there, among the red men of Seloy the first Christian
lantic, Father Lopez, who was fleet\ chaplain made note of was "August 28, St Augustine Day" wrote Father mission to the American Indian
Ribault/ spurs action the voyage( He recorded the fleets arrival at the Canary Islands Solis de Moras, "on which they sighted the land of Honda;

on Wednesday, July] 5, where the ships took on wood and all of them kneeling saying the 'Te Deum laudamus' they
warlike! band constituted direct The Santa Fe Trail
of this
The presence a beginsFrom
The he noted the fleet sail
water following Sunday raised praised Our Lord all the people repeating their prayers, entreating
to the claims of Spain in Florida which had been
challenge
recognized! by Franc in the Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis in again for the Islando] of Dominica in the Caribbean. Our Lord to give them victory in all things that place, for 198 uninterrupted years, Priests and

1559. Father Lopez wrote "Thanks to God and the prayers of laymen would carry Christianity and civilization into the wild

When Phillip II learned In the spring of 1565 that Jean Fleet separatedFather the Blessed Virgin, we soon had the pleasure of seeing land, interior: first diocesan, then Jesuit, and finally Franciscan
and found ourselves actually in Florida" missionaries would drop their lamps into the darkness as far
Ribault, the great French sea captain, was assembling a fleet
to reinforce Fort Caroline, he reacted angrily to what he con.lidt'rl'd Solis de Meras also made notes of the voyage' : Coasting along the shoreline farther north, the voyagerscame as Virginia to the north, and Texas In the west, and write

a foreign encroachment on the Spanish domain A Having set sail from the Canaries, within a short time a upon the harbor of the River of Dolphins, which had their names into one of the least known but heroic chapters. of
lime and the with broke !been described by French navigators The Indians called the American and Catholic history Mt'nendl'zII'rot.* horn to
Spanish fleet) the King determined, must be sent at once to tempest arose, flagship a patache
repel Ribault and to tecuit Honda for Spain. away from the fleet, without being seen any more; and the site Seloy Philip II three days after his landing,
next day a shallop turned back to land, for she was leaking It was wrote Father Solis de Meras' "a good harbor "As for myself, Your Majesty may be assured that if I had

sends for Menendez badly and could not be helped" with a good beach, to which he (Menendez) gave the name of a million (ducats) more or less, I would spend! it all upon this

King Only five vessels remained togethl'r.1o'athl'r Lopez was St. Augustine," because that saint feast was the day on undertaking, because it is of such great service to God Our
which he had first lighted land. Lord for the increase of Catholic Faith and for the
He sent for Pedro Menendez de Aviles, captain general of on one of the five ships: our Holy ,
the Spanish fleet Admiral Menendez had served long and The date was now September 4. Menendez proceeded still service of Your Majesty And therefore, I has* offered to Our

faithfully in the arduous campaigns of the Low Country and farther up the coast and reached the mouth of the River of Lord all that He may give me in this world, all that I may

with the fleets that sailed regularly to and from New Spain Storm at sea May iSt Johns). There he sighted four French' warships-reinforcements acquire and possess In order to plant the Gospel 1 in this land

lit !knew the ports of the West Indies, the currents of the for Fort Caiolme Jean Ribault had won the race for the enlistment of its natives; and in like! manner I pledg
.
Caribbean, and the inviting shoreline of Honda, "The five vessels which renamed of our fleet hall a prosperous from Europe, Worried that the enemy force was" strong l'nouih1IS myself to Your Majesty.' "
voyage: the rest of the way thanks to Our lAIrd and
He also knew that Florida was populated by Indians whom
Ids Blessed Mother Up to Friday, the 20th we had fine
no missionaries had jet been able to convert and hold, for very
weather, but at 10 o'clock that day a violent wind arose, "hl'hby Resumes Sept. 14Second
lack of a permanent mission base.Adelantado .
two in the afternoon had become the most frightful hurricane -
I
one could imagine

named "The sea, which rose to the very clouds seemed about to Vatican Council at a glance

Menendez heard the King's proposal. He thought of Spain's swallow us up alive and such was the fear and apprehensionof

economic dependency on the treasure fleets, of the spiritual the pilot and other sailors, that I pushed myself hard in exhorting >".\ ('11e( ) Here in brief Is a ienonbysetuiion If and on communicationsmedia placed in the hands of the

dangers to Florida's Indians that would com from "heretical" my bicthern and companions to repentance. I repie- rundown the work of Vatican Council II: were' approved but Pope.
frenchmen (most of the colonists were Huguenots) and of the sented to them the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, His Jus on sent back for amendment a The schema on missions

good that he himself could do as a special viceroy of the lice, and His Mercy, and with so much success that I passed Hrst Session fhtuber It schema was completed andto document on divine Revelation was sent back for redraftingas

Church in that as yrt unconquered and savage province, the night in confessing them" Itot.ember f, 12 therefore no documents were was removed by Pope was the schema on prie"-
lit told the King that he would go, and h* accepted the On August 5, Father Ix>|>ez and his (companions sighted the promulgated John and sent back for redrafting I ly life and on the Church In

office of "Adelantado" of Florida Island] of Dominica, where the ships captain decided to put Five scbemas formed the Of the five schema treat. ; a document on the the modern world. Then

The royal patent given Menendez on March 20, Iri65, plain. ashore for water. Three days later, the crew weighed anchor agenda of this session. No; ed, those on the sacred Iitur- unity of th* Church was approved three documents, plus th .

but sent back to b* schema on religious freedom,
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f J. p :;. ">, #, I 'f 1 ".' .:'M'. ;# ; : ...k ,: 'if. .
r ; ${' "i .. ,,.,,, ..,', .r '; 1'1 ': briefly and sent back fourth session
.t r"J '. :. ,>, .IJ.\\ for redrafting Two other schema, on divine .
; \ : ',i :':1 :-' ,
J the
Revelation and
on
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\ .. \ ,"' 'J" ." ,, t.t, !';'. I. ,',' it ... "' 'I,' ;. \11I1r" lay apnutolate. were debated
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: t t. Drrrmbff 4, |Iw5t and sent for amendmentrourtk
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Six schemas formed the Vil. September

agenda of this session Two 14, 1'161' .
schemas were promulgated:
on sacred liturgy and on Eleven: schema form the

communications media agenda of this final session
four must complete the conriUar -
Of the remaining four in'
chapters. of the schema on cycle of debit, vote,
the Nature of t h. Church revi.IOft'ote.. etc They are

were approved but sent back religious liberty, the Church
In the modern world mlkMi *-
., for amendment a schema on
...' Mary, Mother of the Church. I and priestly life and

w a i voted to b* Included mu UUy
ethos the schema of the Tee documents are Intemiftaal a
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Church The first part of a stage that in,
schema on Bttap was approved debated and revised but not

I but sent back for yet voted on They art
., amendment and a schema" on schema on divine revelation
w as-,
rcwneitisw wn approvedand and lay pote4ate(
w, rtve other schemai art li
M+ Y Ml 'back for smeftdrneftU .
a fmal' stage that i is. the*
__ have bern debated and voted
Third s ..I Un September
but must
MI part by part
__ II November 21 1, 14 await a final voting on the

revi }rheas schema formedthe
1"V' i the earlier i voting TV art
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agenda of this senion)
__ Jo.. 11 Three wet promulgated on Bon-C r*in re.gins, Hi!V

;.: the nature fIl the Church on opt, :'e ef Rc ::J. te;or.
Faster: a Catholic Chwrrhes sane!, m O.: alias edu stron,

and on ecumenismOf
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,7lc
:. the remaining 11 f\,

f were brought to an advanced
C' !. te slat of completion! ben!

.... -' included schemai on BuhoptnonChritban .
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.Q religions *minanei.
life of religious, and
.
Christian education 0 It
schema oa nutriment afiei
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Mission monuments under construction in St. AugustineTwo Th.+ .Mf'f11. It t>> i hdreg


of the QiudncenteruuaJ monuments are now t" mark the place whew the Cross of Christianity was ittrn records of any kind in the United State At the Th :SO Gospel UluttraUonita

under construction it the Mission of Nombrc de Dies, first permanently planted in the United State. The for right stands i new votive church, new under coastuction the: volume were selected: Stamp issued

founding place of St Augustine, Florid, and first tallest Cross in the western hemisphere it will be seen with a Urge outdoor altar at the tpae. The from M ono plJItiIIs submit.

j permanent mission to North American Indiana Small 14 miles out to sea it night In right foreground will v'Uve! church is being constructed from eoqma rock. ted by children of the- archd fJI,. ".s. Ct r.aaereui.e resMW.4

wooded area in left center is the original Mission site, be i new library to house the MiMion vist murotilm! T Y' ,' MIMKWI is isited annually by thousands of people ceie at the ia\iutioa of M Me 4Nrs ef St. Awna

with Its small Spanish style chapel.I At Ifft top stands collection of Spanish Florid din umrnU and on>,ii,il) w t come to ray homage to the place where American Masuel Cardinal r3nrilvesterejeira .. A.guse 21, ...er\..., r6.

the 20'story high illuminated Cross now being raised parish records which dating/ film I !1"\! 8t( !.fe, .,.1.-| : I 'Klianity and > .w'irati!'