The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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New papal/ encyclical defends Eucnansric reaching

pOPE PAUL VI prompted by serious pastoral concern definition Pope Paul said must be pl't'8t'l'fxadb'' main after the sacrifice of the Mass, Christ Our Lord is of Eucharistic devotion, so that the Holy Church under

anxiety over recent theological discussions, hastoiled The course of the encyclical is summarised in these no longer present" this saving! sign of piety may make daily progress toward

the third encyclical of his reign, entitled MysteriumFidel paragraphs: The' encyclical is divided into six sections each headed perfect unity and may invite all Christians! to a unity of
". It is not allowable to emphasise what is called by s descriptive title: the Holy Eucharist is a mysteryof faith and of love, drawing them gently, thanks to the action -
(The of Faith
Mystery ) after its words.
opening the 'communal' Mass to the disparagement of Mass faith; the mystery of the Eucharist is verified in the of divine grace.
The document defends: celebrated in private or to exaggerate the element at sacrifice of the Mass; in the Mass, Christ is made sacra- He called on the hierarchy to encourage devotion to

The practice of celebrating private Masses when a sacramental sign, as if the symbolism, which aU certainly mentally present; HM presence cornea through transubtantiation the Bleaaed Sacrament

public ceremony is not possible; admit in the Eucharist, expresses fully and exhausts QMH ; the worship of adoration is due to the Kucha-: "Nobody can fail to understand," he says, "that the

The preservation and adoration of the Holy Eucharist pletely the mode of Christ's presence in this Sacrament rustic sacrament; and an exhortation to I promote the cult divine Eucharist bestows upon the! Christian people an
outside of Mass; "Nor is it allowable to discuss the mystery of transubstantiation of the Eucharist: incomparable dignity. Not only while the Sacrifice It
without mentioning what the Council of Trent Pope Paul places great stress on the fact that the Ku offered and the Sacrament is received but as long as the
e The traditional doctrine: on the Eucharist exactlyas stated about the marvelous conversion of the whole substance chariot is a mystery and cannot be submitted to human Eucharist: is kept in our churches and oratories, Christ Is

it was set down by the Council of Trent in the 16th of the bread into the Body and the whole substance reason verification.. Its truth depends on divine revelstton. truly the J.mmanu..l-that: Is, 'God with us."' (NCWC

century. of the wine into the Blood of Christ speaking and we should follow the Church, says the Holy Father News Service)
Opposing recent attempts to rephrase the teaching, rather' only of what is called transignification, and transfiguration in our investigations of this mjstery. The entire text of the Hoi)' I'allirr'M encyclical on the
the encyclical gives a ringing confirmation to Trent's ; or finally to propose or to act on the opinion Early in the text the Pope expresses the hope that the holy Eucharist: will be published next week. In The Florida
definition of transubstantiation. Even the words of the according to which in the Consecrated Hosts which re- restored sacred liturgy will bring forth abundant fruits Catholic

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T 1 eFlorda Delegate supports stand

Catholc against public birth control

\\\S1II.NGTON' (NC)-An ihbishop F.gldil Vagnozrl1 Archbishop O' o'I.l Is, next "In fact the ArrhbUhop'i coq They mint therefore be

apostolic delegate to the Visits States, has Ituucd this to Hit I llollneii, the Pope, the sUtemrnt reechoes the urn coimilert'J valid, at least until .

VOI.M'I, Xo. 46 Orlando, Ilorida, Friday, September 17, 1963 10 e statement here: most auhoritstl\s voice of ,lug *f lope Paul MiHISo we modify feel In them ctmncU-me. No boundto one
have been mad to minimire the Inijxirstatement the Catholic Church In thean'hdilK".a.
"Attempta e -
wt do nut hss suf should therefore, for the time
tance and the authority of th e Issued by the of \\aihington'His .
(kent reason to regard the being take. upon himself to
In St. Augustine Most Reverend Patrick A, 011 i>)'le, Archbishop\ of Wash position as elected norms given by I'upe PIUI pronounce himself In terms
ington, on August 29,1065, co icernmg the present teach- chairman of the administrative XII in this matter ss our different from the norm In
log of the Catholic Church: on t he matter of birth control board of the National psssed anti therefore not bind fol'I i June 11,1964)'! )."*
Catholic Welfare! Conference
"It hal been asserted that ,'entitles of true contempo- proves the cuiifuleme h* enJoys -

Three events mark the Archbishop's statement fl .Catholic thought with members of the
neither expresses the mind of .'1 papal representative tit Catholic hleian)' nun. of Pope announces
the I alt-,,'' hierar by IIf( (lie t' j Cathi._:.c t-r! h in the whom has reputed any dos
United States, nor is it rrprtI :ited States may 1 state that agreement

400th anniversaryStaff Senate of Bishopsas

writer! ...."',"'""'"'..."..... Council

hr. AL'GL'STlNE.--The quadricentennial year opened The text of Archbishop r 1'A opens

here on September 8 with three notable events: the noonday Hurley's address, given at
1\C\\C News !>W-r\le'4I
concelebrated Mass during which Archbishop Joseph the concelebrated Mass on VATICAN t ITV Pow| Paul W opened the fourth
September 8 in St Augustine
r. Hurley after reading a message of felicitations from is printed on five and final session of the ecumenical council by announcing
Tope Taut VI, gave a stirring address; the blessing, Immediately page that he will establish a senate of lUitmpsj to consult and
after WM, of the foundation stone for the Tope Paul's cablegram. t'ullaboratelIh him In governing the Church.

Votive Church: and the 5 i pm ceremony of the blessing extending felicitations on AU the feeling hesitancy and even uneasiness which

of the cornerstone for the foundation of the monumentalcross. the 400th anniversary of 'r' 1 1el 1t fur some time his prevailed with regard to the future
The two last mentioned events took place on the the founding of St Augus r products: of the Second Vatican Council have been effectively
grounds or the lluwion of Nombre de I>ws. while the lure Is printed' on page and decisively scotched by the Holy Father's announcement -

Mass, forced indoors because of high winds resulting from three.o544444544444444445444444455. that the episcopal' synod! representing the

hurricane Betsy, was cencelebrated: a few blocks away in r.., whole woi Id's hierarchy Is to be set up as a supreme consultative :

,. the National Guard ANoiory. I and executive __ ___ __
the ns! *M library receiveda mm patter of Memorial ,."
n. body of the Church
Holy !table presented. by Lutheran Church.Monilfnor .\\rckMtU/ |' Jmeph J, Jruf'o
Th. giant. sUfrlin. steel Rev T Newton WIN. rtor. Jobs I' (Iturss. INfKt Paul's motu | truss when romphtsd will\ t@ of the First Methodist Church !4 visible day and night It will of St Augustine pasts of the Cathedral. sad : I ups the i)nod of IlMtufM. war ilun' of the V silt an Counrll.
local Prleils
rUe majettirally) like a coaquntador Other total; ....''If<<.. and were joined' br rd to th* first working ..
other diocesas clergy<< st the -- -- -
'i sword wrought tnir whM, who, were ,introdwvd paneling of the fourth Council
Into cruciform At nighttimeIt by Father GSMMM, rertmonr. ..' i'i terelen. Memherihlp. l sill( unlv fur
will be illuminated bv floodlights w.r* Ute R\ Howard Lee In his prs)er st the I las; ,tg i "Us Introduction. said the the duratlun of the ran slat
from the around .pastor of MesMrtsI Press*. of the cornerstone the Ar, I 4. synod 'Is founded In answer to synod Thus It Is fluid In
lerisn Church; Uw Rev Ma*, bishop Mid, la part 0 Cod J I :, s !wilvwssl) dH1r. for an orgMlastsvn terms Gof f members and slms.Th / .
The rents September I. Icy Ransack pastor trI TrinityKptsropsl from Whom everything good to "brMg th* l'vlw. luxly'i task Is to cis
rioted wild the Uil III of the Church; Ute Rev takes Hi origin, grant that At Holy Communion on 400th anniversary and I tli* IHohnpi IMo cheese. chsn | information and
rorserstone of the great A E. Pun..... ptsr of what w* are starting In Your t'OM.ft. views on various bplcl. II11I111
('r..., marked by the slut- Grave Met ndat Church' ; sd hint b. brought to compW- HII Kxo;IM I,' v Pi r nun Camilo rn September S. lieutenant Oners! The document calls for the hate dclllirrsllv power,
lit of patriotic .)mu. the the Hex Itaney A. Hart- tam .reaUctra of a penrsl seer*' that. It, Hi decisions/ can t I'.
Arcs- Alonso Xega and wii" nlIycd" lusty Vega Spanish| Minister' of the Interior
lrd W
I'rsjer by Urkals' and oHkrr.The coAsltfVrHl law. but on : y
bishop Hurley, snd s welcomeI Communion ti"m AM I bmh"p Joseph) leaded the delegation from Madrid( In syrwd Ii to be s pf when SK' spm'dted| | by tilll'llf"
guests assembled ra the New York motorcade 1' HurlM Iii, III" th> 4000i anniveraary HI Augustine for the celebration of thfiiumling mutest Uxty but membership '
bare where the IIf'.('.11 .( Mans celebrated > St Augustine by Menendes In 1MB. will change see fding br

falls ..IU be erected.On planned for Paul __ _h __ ___ __ the nredi of particular II"'.. Ihe df.U""fU'lslus| art (lar.f rue thsI'upe's ,-
Pope I
the castes.. I' S S#ns. For New York archdiocese lag Indeed' .because It means
tor George Smalhers carried .. less has si simrsnr that
greeting from the Precedent tHIlt": (.NCI r'",pe Paul VI will enter New lh. reforms the rttinrll nil
of the nited' bites. York In a two-hour motnrrad I leearly <>nOt<"brr 4 and will freely derided! .11 will/ 'b* torrkd -
While the gsU stwniWH. end his one day visit with an evening Mass at Yankee Archbishop and two Auxiliaries; appointed cut under th. dlrrrtiup
a program at ...* muse Uladittm.la '''111It1 .t the worlds
pla>ed bv lama Tsjsmsi Asdrt VsUcM Qty, st therest opening this sack of > (wlihoul the rlrkl *f lucres- Military Vicar nt the Military wet born in Nw York Itl.hnpi.OntS .
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I Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, September IT, IDoS

calls lay leaders :

Sharing our

key- to Church's work in Africa Convert found convictionin I

LOS ANGELES (NC) Back home here after a two. had asked him to consider

I month journey through Africa, Father Lawrence O'Leary staying on in Malawi to aid in Christ's resurrection

has said he now Is convinced firmly that the success of the nation's medical pro F1w +-!

the" Church In the mission field rests largely on the laity. grams : THE ecumenical movement

Father O'Leary is assistant sons were recounted by Father "It Is difficult to generalize brought new understanding -
director of the Lay Mission O'Leary. about Africa ," Fa tII e rO'Lf'ary friendship and
whichhas said. country warmth all Christians .
Helpers Association "A Lay Mission Helper a "Every among FatherJohn
headquarters here. It was Is of the Is different." The principal It has deepened the age-old
woman, manager
Father O'Leary's third trip to largest weekly newspaper In common need. however, Is longing to achieve that unity

Africa. He visited eight countries Tanzania, It's not an easy job. education/ he said, la. for which Christ prayed. O'Erlunow

where 75 Lay Mission A Priest wouldn't be availableto MI In an address to the non-
Helpers are stationed. said. "Education Is everything t Catholic observers at the
do it he
When. the Church runs a hospital
The lay missioners "are Medicine, he said, Is another I ia v Second Vatican Council, Pope
it trains African
casting a very positive imagein field where great contributions nel. Our doctors train person people ra r sararseoa John XXIII said Mrs. Chester Giza of the

Africa," Father O'Leary are being made by because they realize that one "We do not intend to conduct University of Notre Dame "I
said. "They. are recognizednot mission doctors from the Los should a trial of the past, we do she related
day they will leave was working, ,
only by the people but Angeles archdiocese."At not want to prove who was
leave, he said. "for my PhD degree in
also by the government for Licuni mission in Malawi w right or> who was wrong The the University cf
their excellent calibre," he Dr Herbert Sorensen "They should leave becauseit blame is on both sides All v\e chemistry at

added. has built up the hospital, has Is a missioncr's job to Improve r... want is to say: 'Let us come Massachusetts at Amherst Giza .
1 met Chester another
Father O'Leary said one of opened new labs, a new oper conditions and to edu. r together. Let us make an end student in
the best indications of the ating theater, and a new cate until the people are of our dIvIsion' graduate to date
We began
ready to take care of> them chemistry
of mlssloneri mt'dlcaJ.surgicat ward that Is
acceptance Thereto the great PopeJohn and I discovered that Chesterwas
in the life of the Church In dedicated to Monsignor Anthony selves. of Catholic.
Africa came from a numberof Drouwers," he said. He visited Nigeria( Rhodesia sounded the keynote a teach.
ecumenical move "He explained
whole many
The late Monsignor Brou- Malawi Zambia Tanzania
Bishops who "are asking Church briefed
for qualified laymen to teachin wcrs founded the Lay Mission Uganda, Kenya and went logs of the meaning of the
their. seminaries. Helpers! and sent the first the Union of South Africa If it is to be successful, it me on to Sunday
and brought me -
members overseas In 1956. The new African nations, he Seen by Rome pilgrims must extend beyond theologians Mass
"This Is an admirable way Mass I felt at home because -
Father O'Leary said the said, are maturing and their and Biblical scholars

for laymen. to locations government( so well regarded( leaders are aware of existing Pilgrims to Rome each year find the are hidden Inside the fountain and and reach down to the grassroots the worshippers with folded handsas )knelt
to the Priesthood, he commented and prayed
Dr. Sorensen's work that it problems. nightly illumination of St Peter's along the colonnades that rim the Lay people will securea Buddhists do in their temples .

square a highlight of their visit. Lights square. good understanding of the My mother was a
"We have one Lay Mission Atlanta prelate announces movement by reading Steps Buddhist and I often went.

Helper teaching at a semi. to Christian Unity" In Uganda. Doth the N.Y. I, in which 24 Christian .
nary ( securing my Ph D.,
Bishop and Priests see him asa first congress of laity Pope blesses leaden discuss every I went to Yale to continue my
influence for the Florida of It.
great ReportsJacksonville phase research: and Chester and I
seminarians, a layman livingan ATLANTA (NC) The first lay congress and the "This book" said Cardinal were married at st. Marv'i

exemplary Christian life first synod In the history of the archdiocese of Atlanta new doors at Cushing, deserves millionsof Church In New Haven, We

This gives( them a motivation. will be held in 1966, Archbishop Paul Halhnan has an DCCW readers! But until the reunion moved to New York, where
for their own spiritual development of Christian Churches .is
for the
nounced.The Chester was working
," he said. Council Is certainly the Inspiration St. Peter'sVATICAN ST. VINCENT ORLANDO CENTRALThe realized, lay Catholics must Carbide .
Africa's Bishops and native lay congress, sched of this Important step," Mn. Robert Bennett. a volunteer fall board meeting of strive to share their holy attend
and I an inquiry

uled for May, ii intended. to worker at St. Vincent the Orlando Central Deanerywill Faith with churchless friends
have Halllnan laid In
clergy now a Archbishop bv Father
the lay missioners and provide a channel for lay I announcing the congresi CITY (.NCIn )- I hospital received. the highest be held at 10 a,m. on September and neighbors Edward class Stelmoschuk at
their opinion, initiative and participation a brief ceremony on the award that can be attained by 23 at the UniversityInn
great potenti
in the work of the "The consecration ol the a volunteer Mrs. Bennett has Motel, MO North Boulevard \o\t\ can da this by the example Our Lady of Perpetual Help
ality, Father O'Leary said. day of his return from his of upright life. explaining Church, and this further dt'f'p.I'nl'd -
an :
Church. "or Id-the prime respomlblll- given more than :3000( ) hours of DeLand. Luncheon will
Laymen are doing vital The Idea of a lay congress ty of the layman-can hardly summer residence (Sep. service. Miss Ruth Collins, be served Reservations are your Faith and then my interest I continuedto

work that might not other vas discussed at a June take place unless Priest and tember 12)), Pope Paul VI Mrs, Charles J. Howard. Mrs $2 and must be sent to the bringing! jour friend I* a pray and attend Mass, but
wise be done because of a meeting of about 30 laymenand layman really share In the blessed, the newly Installed Rex Smith and Mrs. E A. reservations chairman before Priest for systematic. Instruction. hesitated to convert becausethe

dearth of personnel, he said women. The meeting was prophetic, priestly and ruling bronze doors at one of St White also received awards Monday, September 20 concept of Christ as God
Some of the
responsible jobs called by Archbishop Hallln- tasks of the Church, etch according Peter's main entrances. At the first of the five general This Is illustrated In the stilt puzzled me.
being carried out by lay per- Winter HavenK "When we came to Notre
his the
an, who named Father Don to calling. meetings for auxiliary brilliant I 1
Present for I the private conversion of a
where. Chester is continuing
aId Kiernan and Father Con- year. September t, StVincent's CFather
noted "the ceremony were the Italian young Chinine scientist Dr. DIn .
The that Ph
prelate Anderson his studies for a
liaison consultants
St. Petersburg aid Foust between as clergy and laity old adage that the laity's duty artist who made them, Venan- presented Hospital the main Auxiliary project former Charles(pastor of fit Yuen I"ul( Chen of Taiwan, chemistry, I had the good

Is 'pray, obey and pay' has tio Crosdtl, and a representative for the year-the purchase of Joseph parish in Winter I fortune to continue my studyof
A steering<< committee, never rung quite true in of a man whose legacy the Catholic Faith with Father
a tcchnican auto analyzer Haven, became the recipient
named at the June meeting, Georgia I The missionary made them possible, Prlnct Two Tampa girls Raman Ladewskl CSC
ALPINE $13.500, for the laboratory. A of a Ciborlum on a recent
has chosen three areas lor struggles( and the ZOycar George. of Havarla. cardloverter for the medical visit to Winter Haven The I read, 'Life in Christ' "The

The III!( now Nursing Home study i (athollc education). record of the Catholic Lay The Pope expressed his Intensive cars unit, .1730, also Ciborium was presented In a ontor S.S.N.D. Faith Explained' and the New
(for the finest in Hurting parish and archdlucesan administration men's Association are only gratitude to the German ambassador will be provided ceremony condiiited by Mar Testament."I .
Horn C.r., ) and future plan two example of lay and clerical to the Holy See, \m K: Bussing of Lake'and, T\MIM-Two Tampa girls howhrlni's
847-4573 ning. cooperation" Josef Jansen. for the generous OrlandoST. on September 12 and In received the postulants' veil now saw clearly
3456 NIT' AVI. South donations of Prince I of the School Sisters of Notre ( life, teachings and
JAMES of the We Dr Lawrence
Full of the con. memory miracles, especially the Heurrertlnn *-
who had been hon Dame on September 10 In the
George, an
The (first meeting of the fall J. O'Rourke, who died
will not bi known until itrmoiutrated Hit
grew Michelangelo honoredby orary canon of St. Peter's ba Church of Our Lady of Perpetual -
February or March. season was held recently at in'mter Haven this past Help here divinity. That removed the
"The spirit of the Vatican art atop St. Peter'i silica the St. James clubroom for July > thief stumbling block
. Pope Paul congratulated the parish Holy Name Sorlety The Cibortom bore the Inscriftmn rhe ceremony took place
IIOMK: I OO) A bronze during a Mass celebrated by
his Monsignor Terence J "Father Mends "The conclusion that the
the artist on symbolical
Edouard C. Craig bust of Michelangelo has, been depletion of seven sacraments Farrelly, pastor, and Dill Gereral Assembly Fourth t Father Laurence Murphy lolnuofl which lie founded

Contractor and Distributorfor unveiled on top of St. Peter'sbasilica and Christ's bestowal of the. Buning! president, dlseuiied Degree, Knights/ of tombut, CSS It witor of the Tampa mtmt be of divine' origin was

/ keys of authority on Peter. the 400th anniversay of the Sir Knight Lawrence J. parish inescapable. So too was the

St. Petersburg Viton Metal l, Ceramic The bust has been placed! Ina which form the themes. cast In Founding of St. Augustine OHourke, deceased July 10, MiM Cynthia MrlrM and teaching awtWitv of His.
and MOllie Tiles niche atop St. Peter's domein bronze, 1964." Mlullce Mullen will Church H* conferred on it
444S 9th Street, North 347-4101 commemoration! of the DunedinOUR
917.49th St. So. neat three (li. the the power to teach all nations
fourth centenary of the Renaissance Installed at the right main LADY OF LOURDESThe Inverness Baltimore MolhrrhoMte years of the ami premised to be with Peter

nitist's death. The entrance, they become> the seventh annual Com. OUR LADY OF FATIMA !School Hitters *f !Notre Dame and his successors to the consummation -
Holy Name Church ROOF bust is a copy of the bronze fourth set of bronze doors st munlon breakfast of the Rosary Father Jam** Hone! 0 S D. pnr* ln( high studies and continuing of the world. The
work of Panlele. Da Voltcrra the front of the basilica One take at .
Society will place appointed new members to their rrlljlom/ train- Hut t .f Pf* spent the cen-
JACKSON'SSHOES which I is kept at Hargfllo/ more set h In the planning the Pirate's Table nf lau, the executive board of the Inc, lodes" stretching from Peter

museum In bhchelangelo's stage (for one of the left en- rant. Clearwater. on October parish Confraternity of Christian ." te the prenffit pent iffWr

home town of Fluicnce.: tram es which still has wooden 3 at V.43 am. following the reception Doctrine Frank Cuyler, Mu Wright t us a 1'tio graduate h )toI.1| heart I wairecrtved .

DON BARDELLA A marble plaque recalls ponds. of Holy Communion president. : James Morris of Our Lady < Perpetual into (Christ true
that Michelangelo refused r The basilica's Archpriest, in a group. All women of the vice president, and Mrs. Help High School in Tamp Church and IK* next day,

M.n.gtr money for his work on St Paolo Cardinal Marella, and parish are Invited to attend Marie Mann, secretary treas She Is the daughter of Mr when I received my first
641 Ctntr.l AV* I4M3SS State iMflinfo Peter's and wanted it to he! a other Vatican officials were and Mrs Paul ""llIIt11.: .. Hol> (ommunwn. mv bappi
irnt prayerful offering to God and present' fur the evening ceremony Tallahassee! ur.r.11ft appointed were' feathers Mullen it the daughter, of .Mrs new was complete,'' Mrs

St. Peter BLESSED SACRAMENTThe In the cOAfu'erlltyKIMt&I Elizabeth Mullen. Una said.
Woman Guild of of religion for public

Blessed Sacrament parish I school l student: Frank Cu,.
sponsored an open house at let Mrs Carol Knoop and

f FOR AN HONEST DEAL ? CALL O'NEAL the Catholic Student Center of Mrs. Laura Wear. CLEARWATERi
Florida) Mat University last

week, Curtis at the open Miami
862-2128 house Included Catholic students
and faculty tit the University. MI\MI Barry CMtege.: i K.:' O'Brien: ; Tioe J. OrU ed. Ce, \line

FOR COMPLETE EXTERMINATIONO'HEALTermltitPittCtnH.lne celebrating' Its 3Sth amHver-. 1- ROSARIES
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t"s nary opens
i : September 20 with II new rw. .... h. r. waNl
WOMAN'S CLUB siaif members, The faculty # ..'.... mews HO Si* I* |MWi .
Its, FAIIHILD AVINUI, SOUTH The Catholic Woman Club i
includes DomMlcan Sisters I'MIS mt N'M *viN> ruw ntmiCLARK'S
if Lakeland held its second te "".."""e.",_"1e, "
Dominican Priests and lay
meeting of the year on September member
For Catholics Of PmilUi County !S. The guest speaker
for the evening was FelitIXmati Among (tIN new 'acuity

t (.,>Hi local pharmacist members are Sitter if Ma-
Calvary CemeteryEndowed who spike! on "Pharmacy and rlllae (IP., sociology profrt- .

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a delightful peaches and until all flour Is dampened at St. Petersburg Peach. Monsignor tor in .. James R GARDEN TOOLS UU DELIVERY

cream cake A fine textured Then best S minutes at low address. Patrick the first J. Tremor meeting will of CVraa..philosophy.auitUat pret....., ofeduestoa ,;..,., 44J-7444 1921| 1 {>.. Sweet

square cake Is splitto speed of electric mixer or Mn. Mary Jan
the court at SI John parish -_ .
make two thin li>rri. 300 vigorous strokes by "'... .tritk. division
hail on September 21 For further pffforttonr THE) ORLANDO! MARBLE CORP.
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held in St. Augustine armory Mass offered a short distance from Oldest Mission .

During the ton Irbratlon of Mas on the other side of the altar At left. Father Nine eoncelebranti offered High Mass InSt short distance north of the Oldest Mission. the Diocese. Front row of I'rII'II'from'
400th anniversary of St Augustine concele* James F Gloekler, holds the book for the Augustine on September S marking. the Many who had come for the ceremony had foreground on, included Monsignor John J.
branta (in chasublca) included, from loft, Archbishop and another master of ceremonies 400th! anniversary of the Mission of Nombrt to remain outside! of the Armory, because it Mullms V.F., Mon lfnor( Charles A Bartok,
Monaignor Irvine Nugent, chancellor. Archbishop Father John Bluett stands just In de> Dio The Mass was Icbratcd in the Na. was not largo enough to provide seating, or Monsignor William J, Xlullally V.F.. Mom
Joseph P. Hurley, Bishop of St Au front of Monsignor John P. Burns, Cathedral tional Guard Armory Most of this congrpga even standing room, for the thousands from signer C. L. F'Jslander V.F.; and, not pier
fTisUntJ and Monslgnor James J. Hcahn. pastor who was one of the concclcbranU: at twn walked from the site of the Votive Jacksonvlllo and Daytona Beach who joined tUI't'II.) Monsignor Patrick K. Nolan VJ, and
president of the St. Augustine Foundation. the Miss. Church which had been prepared for the residents of the Oldest City at the Mass. In Monsignor John T Scully,
Othr eoncel.bnnU acre grouped on the Maa outdoors to tha building! located a the foreground art some of the Priests of

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Leaders of Spanish delegation at Mass in Armory

Lay participants\ in the cnncrle honor the present-day heirs to the baas.lot Alfonso Marques df!
tinted, Mass at the National GUArd city of such Spanish background Merry del Val, from the Spanish
Armory in St. Augustine Included and heritage, celebrating ita 400th( embassy in Washington DC* and
r a delegation cf men and women anniversary In the foreground, wife, the Marquesa Merry del Val) I
h from Spain' who cam especially( to from the left, Lt Gen OmlloAlnnju lon Alvaro Armada, Coeds o cRevillaglgedo
.r ray tnbute to their forebears ) Vega, Minister of the In. and wife, the Con
1 who founded St. Augustine, and to tenor and wife, Senora<< Vega AmJwph desa ds Ilpvlllsf Igrdo.
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Concelebrants of 400th anniversary Mass blessingArchbishop

Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, cekbrants can be seen in this pie. behind the ArrhMttop are matters
near the center left, is picturedwith turf They include from the far of ceremonies' Father I)avM T. Hurley
his ton HbraMa at the H:gh left, Monsignor George' W. Cum 0 Shea and Father JMMM F. St. Augustine, Florida
Miss at noon !in St Augustine on mingt, Monaignor Patrick J. Gloekler. The Catk**' -! perish Father r t
September 8. The Mass was sung Tremor. Monsignor Harold r. Jor choir is in the b4tr4m4. They Holy deeply
indoors, as weather reminiscent of daft Monsignor John F. Wells sang sacred hyiMM. the .mu.4e for grateful e I p r Ion
Mencndei' difficult of 400 jean Monslgnor Mortimer Danaher and which was ennpmwti and. Mil at prayerful devotion and
before caused a change of plans Monsignor John P. Burns. The ),II.... la 16th ccttury 9taL mindful Your Eicellen*
from the outdoor altar at the new others art obscured by the epUco cy'i valuable services
Votive Church. Some of the con r*l throne, at right Imrntdiateljrth
to Holy See sends cordial
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oldest American city of
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imparts Your Eicellen/ Lead procession at historic anniversary
cy clergy<< religious,
faithful all participating Mark Che'Iey: flanked by fel mr>n8r! r'I of the! IXorete Th.. Ma:
celebrations yew K +:'.-\F. If";m ('athe lral pariah In _a. trai i -f i ii',1 I i I" the National f.uarArnt'is
paternal M Augustine. was the crrMubearer for "-n s'HI Marco Avenue wh
Ee apostolic blessing.Cardinal the procession "f frosts" and |I.-.nJ'. U at squally. wa'hrr arrrt d the n..int I
Cicognani the wmctlebrated High Max sung by hours for the 4W>th anNiversary/ v:
Vatican" City Arthbishop Joseph P Hurley! and brat cm.

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Priests in Florida sing at Offertory V
Clergy from all parts of Florida in St. Augustine
Seeentree Saab PrtaU serve 5f.alsh Ntvr K,r'.rirg the An At Anise I.edn 400 years ale
teg to the Dioes .... at Uw Offertory BkHM d VirgM Mary Tb Mast I to fotud M AttfwtM Htt tit Miry pen.h.I'e In i'.r eta wen their Jel.g.; ,f' frat toot to ..*r. of GUI Spain carried to the
of Ow Wnoi snm\.""I')' wu that of Uw aonnt feast of tin eereflmtiy of MM nf Ow 1Mt1. reprwrnt.4 II' 'p'I' .IJf"' 1M ,v.,. read '" 'he L... 'v racy for 'h.r..ltfl' prormvtn .lath the Armory where
Mass 1ft St Aujruit.. .*.' w.+t Nativity bt Our lady the taut base .>{ the Pens wbri sang r8iAeh Mr, Mi** ,r v' A .' a' t1I rt r> I I".boor <. If 'ht the e ,m i ebfated| High Mas, was
The hymn _u a trs4.tNnaune' -,f day upon _h rh Lan Pedro Meoetw art ah-J1IJi k' r" I av4t cabs t: "ii.f' 'j, a'r "e. ,rd bt, lIr''J[. I at t m. of the baA attired; at A"I1.Three .

The week In liturgyResurrection The Life of Our Lord

Catholic Comment

to eternal The Devil never keeps his word/

Devil's third thrust at livered, and to whom I will, i
. Four centuries of Faith : an assessment life, or eternal deathBy TilE li totally different give them. If thou thereforewilt

adore before me, all
from the others. Let us take it
at the end of each ty can be gathered from the popular Father Paschal Boland OJS.B. piece by piece. "He took him .- \tr be thine" or, as Matthew
STOCKTAKING in the acceptance of the liturgical and phrases It, "All these will i
year or, ecu 19 into a high mountain, and
case of a fw privileged institutions, at menical movements and the ever- Sunday, September showed him all the kingdoms Frank J. l..; ,' ) give thee. if falling" down thou

the end of a hundred years has provento increasing role of the layman in 15 TH Sunday after Pentecost (Mass of Sunday of the world in a moment of wilt adore me.
and profit. American Catholic life. Gloria, Creed, Preface of Trinity.) time." Sheedthe Wt have already noticed
be both disconcerting
the habit the Evangelists
able. Now that September 8 has Perhaps the most healthy and cer- A unique sign of divinity Is the power over life and death: The Greek verb for the"taking" PJ have of not telling us /things

passed the Catholic Church has the tainly the most refreshing upect of to create life, to restore life to the dead. Christ manifested His of Our Lord by the we feel we'd like to know
distinction unique in the United American Catholicism is its democratic divinity by restoring life to the son of the widow cf Nairn (Cospel Devil is the same as when H.
was taken to Jerusalem and
). When Satan made this astonishing
of character. occasional criticisms
centuries Despite
Ftates, of having four full These miracles of restoring the dead to life should have set on the pinnacle of the hand of the clock barely offer, Our Lori
to the American
American endeavor to evaluate" ap contrary, prepared those who witnessed them to accept Christ'a own Temple, the same also as moves; dreams, we are told, knew who Satan was, but did
"The Catholic Church, wrote Church leaders have always been close when Peter and the sons of with incident, take
praise. resurrection from the dead Also, it should have been an assurance crammed Satan know that He knew?
John Gilmary Shea, "in the oldest organization to the people, while in turn, the loyaltyand to them of their own resurrection on the day of the last Zebedee were taken by Our place in a few seconds, and
in the United States and the respect of the American laity for judgment eternal life if they observed the commandments, Lord to the mountain of our waking thoughts can Either he had told the carpenter .

only one that has retained the same the clergy have never once faltered or eternal death if they did not Transfiguration. In this present throng as fast. who he was, or he had

life and polity and forms through each since the days of the early immigrant "I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, context it gives the strong In a mind so much more not.. The Evangelists do !not
Church.It although he be dead, shall live Everyone who lives and believes impression that Our Lord and Christ'swas say.If
succeeding age. in Me shall not die forever" (John 11 25-28)). These the Devil climbed together to perfect than ours at he had not told him, then
outline all that the would be naive, however, to areChrist' dependent upon
To merely pretend not so
the mountain top. But it hardly obviously he could not
own words to Martha the of her expect
on occasion restoring
these that American Catholicism is be. sin has made
during the body as
Church has accomplished
brother Lazarus, to life to be said that there any man to take his men
four centuries would indeed be an am- yond reproach. Indeed, American I was no mountain, in Palestine ours the question of time word that he had the power

bitious undertaking. Space will allow Catholics, by and large, Indulge in a Monday, September 20 or anywhere else, high hardly arises at all. But In he claimed and could hand it

here only a few scattered comments healthy and constant program of self- Mass a* on Sunday. ((2nd Prayer of SLs. Eustachius enough to bring all the kingdoms any event how ?many kingdoms over just like that. The nor.

concerning the condition of the Churchen criticism. To take but one example, and companions, Common Preface, or, feast of St. Eusta- of the world within were there mal reaction to>> talk of this

the occasion of its 400th birthday ever since the historic 1953 article by eMus and companions, Mass of several martyrs, Gloria, reach of a pair of human There was Rome, of course sort would be to assume that

within the present limits of the United Monsignor John Tracy Ellis, much has Common Preface.) eyes. and its tough little Emperor the speaker was a megalo

States been written concerning the mediocrityof Clearly, It was by effects( Tiberius. To the East. Persia maniac.If .
Of the distinctive characteristics American Catholic: intellectual life. Because we art conceived in original sin we all come into w'thln' Our Lord's imagination was in the middle of that century the Devil did know that
many this world as spiritual still-borns. The sacrament of Baptism that the kingdoms were of might in which Rome the man before him knew who
American Catholicism, none are And it is true that we have relied almost
initiates the divine life of grace within us. This resurrectionof made present to Him. dared not invade after the cut he was, then it ia still mort
more strikingly apparent than its vast entirely on Europe for our Intel- the spirit is a greater miracle than the resurrection of the ting to pieces of Mark An astonishing that he should

strength and youthful vitality. After a lectual spokesmen: Karl Adams, Jac. body.A Yet one la still left wonder. thony's army, the kingdom have though it possible that so

recent tour of the United States a ques Maritain, Christopher Dawson, baptismal certificate Is a citizenship certificate of the Ing why, if the images were to established by Asoka three evidently pious a Jew should

prominent English lecturer, NormanSt. Hilaire Belloc and G. K. Chesterton. kingdom of heaven. It certifies that baptized Christians are be purely mental, the Devil centuries earlier still flourished fall prostrate before him and

John-Stevas, had this comment: "I One must not be unmindful, how. adopted children of God and true heirs of the kingdom of should have wanted the high in India; the Han dynasty do him homage.\ And even if

wish European critics of American ever, of the crowning glory of American heaven. Only an unrepented mortal ain can nullify this certificate mountain. It seems irrele ruled China. To the West a man loved power so much
Catholicism could for themselvesthe Catholicism-her parochial school and the rights to which it entitles one. I In the words of St. vant, somehow Which does the Mayas had not yet come that he would abandon God
see Paul "If we live by the spirit, let us also walk by the spirit" not mean that it was in fact to Mexico. and call the Devil Lord in
crowded churches, the patient system. Today there'! are over four and ((1st Lesson). The l life of the spirit Is what, received In Bap- irrelevant. The mind which Itlould seem that there order to get it, how could ht

lines outside the confessionals, the one half million children in our elementary tism. It I is a forerunner ef our resurrection to eternal life planned: this temptation is were not so many kingdoms be insane enough to think that

packed, Communion rails, which, Ireland schools and more than a mil mightier than ours. That we that the Devil would think the Devil would keep hit

apart, have no equivalent in what lion in our high schools. Tuesday, September, 21 cannot see the reason for his worth showing There were promise' It was in our own

are optimistically called Catholic coun- When one considers this remarkable St. Matthew (Mass of feast, Gloria, Creed, Preface of action is evidence of our past empires. of course but lifetime that Chesterton said

tries. Wherever I have traveled I have achievement in the face of economic Apostles.) shorter vision, not of its irrationality. they were now dead and so "The Devil is a gentleman

found the same devotion to the Holy poverty and the alien atmosphere that This would not have served the and never keeps his word;"
apostle and evangelist was a businessman and as a All the kingdoms of the Devil's in this been his .
but that has
purpose particular reputation
in the hearts of have until the recent it
Eucharist enshrined prevailed past tax collector (publican) for the Romans must have been fairly world
were to Our temptation.For from the beginning
the To this religious fervor is! easy to understand, though not entirely Thus he had
people. me, prosperous more to give up when he left all Lord In a moment of time ina the Devil went on to Did the Devil really expect
lias been inexpressibly comforting and condone, our moderate recordin things to follow Christ. He should be a special I patron of holders
flash of(
vision. Our
own experience say: "To thee will I give all\ the carpenter to yield to the
encouraging." the field of scholarship. In any of public offices and politicians St. Matthew is one "who will tells us how much this power, and the glory of suggestion, or had he some

That there exists in the American event, we can look to the future with receive a glorious kingdom and a beautiful crown from the can happen in our mind ..hll.God' them; for to me they are d.- other purpose ia making it?
hand of the Lord" ((1st Lesson) and will be among those who
Church a deep spirituality side by aide optimism. It is not inconceivable that
will rise on the last day to eternal life _
with an intense activity is cogently by the time our 450th anniversarycomes

demonstrated by the amazing growth around our co-religionists in Wednesday, September 22 world

cf the contemplative orders. Other Europe may well be gazing westwardfor Ember: Wednesday (Mass of Ember Wednesday In I

signs of an emerging spiritual maturi- their intellectual atars. September, 2nd Prayer of St. Thomas of Villanova, Com-
mon Preface) Suffering draws God's compassionANYONE

Sacred Scripture In the autumn is harvested that which was planted In the
spring. In the spring time of life we plant that we may harvest who suffers en to hale much compassion for

enough to see us through the winter and the end of life. The closeness of relationship me"

. Psalm begs divine assistanceIN plowing, weeding, and spraying! absorbs much time and energy with God which non- Such reasoning grotily andereitlmitet -

which are compensated' for by a profitable harvest. In the sufferers have cause to envy. Father the breadth and

the last column we Introduced ness shall hide me, spiritual life, the vires and tendencies toward selfishness, Innocent suffering a trigger I..... J. v the depth of God's temp.
the magnificent and night shall b* my pride laziness, pleasure, and so forth will absorb much time which brings Into instantaneous tlnn.
psalm 1M: a masterpiece light"- and energy to obliterate! them so that the virtues will nourish.ThurM.y Tree"anger"
action the Infinite
compassion .
A to suffer
person's inability
among masterpieces. For you darkness itself It
Father September 23St. of God.
patiently very often it a
It is not explicitly doctrinalIn not dark,
1,1mm. (Miss of one or more supreme pontiffs, substantial element of his tor
nature: actually it is a John J. and night shines as the the one It at completely envloped >
fervent plea to the omniscient CI.lelotown day ((712)) Gloria, 2nd Prayer cf St. Thecla, Common Preface.) In God's love as lath ment. God understands and

Judge to vindicate the Inno vr No matter how far he may lie succeeded St. Peter! a, the second Bishop of Rome and person. I In pain-whether I discounts person human whose weakneitTh it intensified ,.
cent psalmist who is being go, up (the heavens) or down as the Pope, Little is known
of him. His name is mentioned in the pals b. mental or physical "- When w* speak of through lack of physical
slandered and persecuted to (the nether world), east the( the Canon of the Mats after the Apostles St. Peter's words God being angry with a sinner ( or mental fortitude .
the death by hypocritical ene dawn) or west (the neat, he apply to St. Linus, "When the Chief Shepherd appears you will we simply mean that the establishes of perhapa

mies. But since it is the divine way of misunderstanding.Having will always find himself inGod's receive the crown of /glory that will never fad," (lit Lesson). This would be true even of sinner by ejecting God, has claim, rather than more lest, a
omniscience to which he appeals paid reverent homage presence, for God is caused upon
suffering by one's own rut himself off from the flow God's
he devotes a great deal to God's limitless knowledge everywhere, all. seeing all- Friday, September 24 am, once the sin itself has of God's love It is the sinner We compassion with
of his prayer to a consideration in the first stanza, the knowing.A Kinber: I'riday. (Msss of Ember Friday in September, been repented.It who has changed, not God cannot of God strict accuracy
and description of this psalmist goes on to describethe 2nd Prayer of Our Lady of Ransom Common speak as being
) Is true that God does not"feel" God's
truly consoling attribute of embracing nature of frightening truth In a compassion obligated to anyone. But ,
this knowledge: way, but a comforting one, The Ember: days are reminders that we should do penam ( compassion or any is not something that Ht speaking humanly w may
God.And Where can I go from your Inn. For nn one really wants for our sins and those of others who have offended God. How. other emotion in a human turns on and off as occasion say that God is obligated to
It truly I II a consoling lo run from God. seme. God is eternally unchangeable warrants the person who suffers
spirit? ever w* must not overlook the power of love In the forgiveness
attribute, for while It Is true of sins As Christ said to Simon / and emotion by Pain never was a primary
from your presencewhere the Pharisee about the With (fad companion. IIhablt..1.
There be
that God all faults may moments in
sees our Itaery nature Implies
can 1 flee? life when repentant' harlot, "For this reason I tell you that her sins, her It flews In a* tnlntetripled part of God's plan. .Nevertheleu -
He sees also our good points. our we think we many sins, hale been forgiven her for she has change. For example, a moment in willing to create our
If I go up to the heavens, should like to but when shown muchlove" flood. and embracesall
ago was confident but
(Gospel''). univert God, with His foreknowledge
His there wh
gaze penetrates deep you are : to i ffer.
come shud
our tenses
we now I am afraid. This morning .
of abut
man's of
into cur psych to discern if I sink to the netherworld
der at the very thought, for Saturday, September 25 1 was calm, but now I am While Jesus was fret will did will suffering as
there too all those inner
are present
forces, some of them un there in running from Him, whitheror r.nilx-r: Saturday, (Mans of Ember Saturday in Sep excited. Yesterday I was earth, H* was of court capable a necessary accompanimentof

known even to ourselves, If I take the wings of the to whom should e run? timber, Common preface) cheerful, but now I am sad. of human companion, that universe. In the divinemind

which are exerting a constant dawn In the third stanza the When wt apply to God our being truly man as well as the evil (If suffering
influence on our thoughts and if I settle at the farthest psalmist considers one reason God has great patience with sinners, as the man who human concept of emotion God. When Jesus spoke to the was the unwelccm price to
for God's unfailing, Intimate owned the fig tree had with it (Goipel). As the owner wanted be
actions, our emotions and re limits of the sea, we really art referring\ to one widow of Nairn for example, paid far the accomplishment -
actions. He knows what we Even there your hand knowledge of him. God created the fig tree to bear (fruit rather than to destroy it, so God d.- or another aspect of Hit lovt. and said "Do not weep" and of His ultimate pur-

have to put up with in our shall guide me, him, and like the artist lie sires that wt lead profitable lives. God wills/ not the death of All of God's "emotions" area proceeded to raise her ton to potes.
efforts to do His will, and and right handhold knows His masterpiece In finest sinners, but that they be converted and live good lives. Hi eternal as God's love, as life. H* was moved by human
your : detail like wills that all men rise on the of Rut God till! deem not III*
often the most serious me fut. ; the artisan lie day judgment to eternal life, eternal as God Himself companion as well as divine
knows His product inside out not to eternal death. This is iiffrring and<< (again tpvaklngsmaaly
true even of Gods
obstacle In is If The Gospels bear witness in
our path our sty, 'Surely the daik- Truly have formed ) He freely .lilt I t.
a hundred places to our
my inmost being; mil Himself a debtor to .a*
lord's sensitivity to suffering.. : eke ..
M. J. Murray you knit me In my Question boi His miracles were performed .tltrl.A' .

mother's womb ((13)) primarily to prove the genuineness a result no one It more
My soul also you know of Hit mutton, but Intimately in Coda care than
Strange but true lull well; When more English in Mass? Hit human pity and sympathy the !innocent person who U ia
nor was my frame unknown
were j jewels added to His wonders pain.
Copyright, ItftS, NCWC N.ws Service to you Q. I applaud mInt of the Mats, simple and melodious good hymns adapted to the of healing Suffering might wen bit

When I was mad In liturgical: c h a 11.1. Some enough that the people can IB t trim Confraternity Th* compassion for wrfereri called a short cut to eternal

tRIf SMA1UNTrC secret, years ago during a retreat I easily sing them. Patience, lIOn: those "old Gospels" which Jesus showed while happiness, fnlen] h* totally!!
+ wmuwaeMyIhN when I was fashioned In brought sp the subject ef the tolerance and hop art required have lasted only a quarter 00 earth should grvt us torn rejects the cross it will lie
r Mvrnw m the depth of the earth use of the vernacular In im for the present but century and are being discarded Idea of th* companion which hard for a sufferer to lot hisway

(1415)). Ices other than the ;\1.... I these are sound Orl.tla.'Ir. none too soon. I t>*- emanates teroa3y from Him to beaten
"In the depths t of theearth" was lectured for the lugget- tues here that those who find then In h aven. The person who I.a It

Is a poetic figure forth tine And It did not take an Singing should not be Imei- .w version highly objectionable vtcfm of suffertag. automatically
; idea expressed Just before
Ecumenical: Council I* persuade lint: usually there should not art people who hav moves into the mainstream
by the phrase "In secret.
me that the Holy Week !known of God s
b* more than four hymns, Including the Scripture In only companion. lh.FlortdJlat
After another exclamation prayer for the Jews was those for the entrance one translation, and have Someone mho Is m.aning
J (.f wonder al the amazing extent something lets than thar and recessional com to hold .its fanuliar and groaning under his bur

of the divine knowledge, table. Far years I attended There will probably tit words sacred dn of hurt may say That h lic
high Mans regularly because probably Is true for
the psalmist eoncludes with a I would suggest that a person
r. some minor changes our you
I eijojed the Mass and who bears his
direct the anguish with
for deliverancefrom
.ow+ N prayer present translation of the Got- try reading the Gospels in
OraAWIAMn ( the attacks *( hit perieeutort. rholr the singing.current. But 1 find painful pels, and torn other readings various translations la this patience and with a cwnplrt .....- -e Mir
to God's
congregational resignation will But
wwP ryYMYIIIW, from Scripture but our way you -ui become familiar wN-N .1'4 rasa. w
rNLi1R welbr.lN4LNe singing, especially la my par.. I do not Pusher nobly I resent el M o. Of Mein
Y!NI / !/Y a M/ nnc[ hiI4 With confidence In lib where the new versions are surely (far the Gospels not with rid e..ry new
supreme hymn-tinging II I
m. misery complain about
awAr"1MLIRr1 and just one pet version ef them- ,... s l sL.M.
J more Intelligible nOn!
WY IY LW N/N R e/Y the sound Impartiality of the almost incessant And I mm my afflfcUM. I feel 1 totmyself.
a rare, o.r yr cwnrr true to the original than any and then you will be better sorry a .1 & .i a..s .i w
sir a ua1rN nANrr ,I o divine judgment he Invites the beauty of the language lOr( I cannot expect Cud .. eves mess( M Mtr
M able!
ilia r luN. "old Gospel" forms w. bane to evaluate our present .
God to study him anew. But .Id Gospels and find hank ... haste r r
'' N s'Y at the same time he hold himself and Jarring tome of the current ever had la C.tItobcfflIM.. liturgical version.Q. 1mr.taso. M --. N w -
ri'rMpDf i
n -- Ln s..r
dANidd > ready to get back on the ...,.. Probably you don t remember Hken will there W ....,* -r- u sowa.a -
path followed by an ancient A. We must recognize the the old Douav. Rheims Dial-\ Eagtiih I. the Mast? (On. The t* ....en are frontTfc .. 5'W ..MeM.sne nIe.Irewa

patriarchs, if perchance he fact that few American Catho loner which I heard for the year? Two yean?) 'II.Idol Rex" tOlt-
has somehow strayed from ill: lie first U years of my life. It ducted
congregations ty MoitlgMr
A.1 M.U.i were usedto A. I am not a prph t j J. p.
Probe was really terribi\ And I cam
0 God and
me. community singing a fear neither do I reams .. .
Inur O fly stir for the hams laud 'In ntlbnaDy ka. Peso My a rI
BO nostalgia
a know my heart: ago W. hams made mush up formation. But I feel confidant t.hsnlst. Direct I r_ Iw1e.
j .x s'auly nuNUm, try me. and know my progress In a few months, but that w. will be permitted joorqwtloa .. M ... M
thoughts the results -...--.-- signed' ,l waif', e.a _..
Mrl. Lqt ; arc far from prfeet within ens year. to
I Oar M YentwAVUV.als6lYrtan"ugln.NA NWA / See if my way Is crooked \V art still learning t** the Oration Secret Prefaceand say U TB FWrMa CaUwlk I.Hied. 1. /'aew
; _fll" it 1371 w 171e. Ana 1"I 1n. e ,41.a, Loci m N.twMAN and lead me in the way rudiment. And we .' Subscribe now ..
are U Pwtcommumon
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The Florida Catholic is pleased to publish the address given 'i ;

P. Hurley at the Mass which was concelebrated in St. t ,

WE welcome all our dmtinjrutthed plorers to go and teach all nations, ,
fellow citizens of baptising them in the name of the
Florida, ltd by the Mayor of St. Father and of the Son and of the :
Augustine, to this celebration of Holy Ghost ;
the 400th Anniversary of our city. Florida wa discovered by Poncede '
We note with particular: satisfaction Leon in 1513. His second voyage \
the presence of so many here was in 1321 when he had c
rrwsU, religious and Ja>people. Priests aboard. I

I extend a special salute and a The second great voyager of discoery -
word of warm welcome to the was Panfilo de N'anaez, in
members of the Spanish Delegation 1528: Most if not all, of the Priests .
l led by His Excellency, the and Franciscans aboard perishedin ad
Spanish Ambassador and by the the terrible] trials of their over. .
Illustrious Minister of the Interiorof land trek from Florida almost to '
the Spanish Cabinet the Pacific So did the captain of
The religious celebration of ourtit1 the expedition and moat of his follower t
400th anniversary marks a It was his lieutenant Cabel -
momentous event In history Our de Vaca who led the exhausted
country started with an act of religion remnant to Mexico and the other
the Holy Sacrifice of the side of the continent
Mass. This shore was first occupied Later, there was the landing on
In the name of God and of Father the west coast of Father Luis Can
land. cer. He died for the Faith.
It !is good to reflect on that fact Then In 1539, came the imperishable .
We repeat today what Father Heman de Soto. He had with
Lops and Pedro Menendei did him eight Priests and four religious
four centuries ago They knew that The great captain, togetherwith
unless the Lord builds the city the most of his Priests and soldiers of
builders labor In \aln. So they was destined to perish near / .. At the
founded this city on deeper foundations the Mississippi which he discov \ ; :;! the
than Florida's sands; they ered. present In the I
went down to the bedrock of God Shortly before the founding of '. Prayer
Himself.It St. Augustine Tristan de Luna in !
Is a pity that the pioneer efforts 1559 landed with six Dominicans
of the Spanish in Honda and near Pensscols, but their founda
the South are so little known especially ton there was short-Ined.
to the youth of America. The The Frenchman Rlbault I and to migrant
deeds: of the first explorers and Laudonniere in 1582 established a
settlers are not taught in our fort on the St Johns. It also was ;is concern
schools. Since coming to know short-lived. : (NC)
about the blackout of Florida history Then came the foundation it St. ; l between
I have become a revisionist I Augustine by the Adelaotado .. to inter
think it is the duty of all of us to Pedro Menendes de Aviles.It ( ", It hit
fill the great void in American history is a stirring epic, that of our effect on family
which stretches from 1313: founding Let me repeat it briefly ( NI hat laid
when Ponce de Leon discoveredthis in the words of an observer: The j
peninsula to 1607, when the Captain-General accompanied by )' on the 'u!).
English settled Virginia and 1620 his lieutenants came ashore I ] recent' sudlenc
when they landed at Provincetownand amidst the waving of flats, the ( high council
office (
sn a
Plymouth.This sounding of trumpets and the (' (onregalloi).
is the lost century of white of artillery Father Lopez,
American history \\t devoutly who had come ashore the preceding (It : ( refer,
pray that this marvelous century day, advanced to meet him, .. laborers, influx front ol
be rediscovered. We are the poorer chanting the Te Drum, and carrying ; I : "' Into the in>
for its 10... a cross whkh Menendei and of bve'i; ( .
For that century was rkh In those with him reverently kissed, he laid, rontrih.
genius and valor and In Christian falling upon their knees. The Msss ( l dvelop
dedication to the extension of of Our Lady was then solemnly !.. where there
Rod's Kingdom I among men. chanted in the prrwnre of a large I i I shortage, and]
Scarcely a caravel sailed from concourse of friendly Indians who bond slowly "r*
a m e n f
Cads or San Lucar without Priests imitated all the postures of the / : .. and con.
and religious aboard. Sscerdotes Spaniards. I a common
y frafies they are always listedas Thus was the foundation of t ,
members of every explorer's America's first city. We re-enact it .' I temporary mV
company And the documents by faithfully today.Afterwards l separates the
which then expeditions are commissioned we saw a string, nf Ms family.
Its task It
read like the accents of missions established by the parish ,. foreign
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)(t1x The Florida Catholic, Friday, September 17, 1965>> ,

Remember Catholics living in

Pontiff predicts Priest in Vietnam tells .... .

unity of Europe of hardships under Red rule .1 v modern catacombs, Pope urges i

CASTFLG\MOLK (NC) 4ill ROME! (NC) From the depths of the Roman catacombs house the graves of 335 Its. I

-Pope Paul VI has declared SAIGON (NC) The Faith is secure In Red-ruled Pope Paul VI has called on Catholics who live in Bans from Rome who were

he believes that despite difficulties North Viet Nam-but with the security of death, accord freedom to remember those who live in modern catacombs killed by the Nazis in reprisal

the countries of Europe tog to a North Vietnamese Priest. of atheistic and totalitarian nations for killing of German soldiers
III be unified World War II
someday Last Christmas the unidentified Priest wrote to The in during
eve a Pope spoke the catacombs of Domitilla on September
his belief returned to
. The Pope spoke of Pope Paul then
fellow Priest who left the 12, where he offered Mass his back to the
week way
during an audience last statues one of the Sacred the Vatican and at noon appeared
granted to 600 members of North. It has now been Heart and another of Our 1f the Vatican from his summer home in Castelgandolfo.Taking ] at a window above St

"Young Europe" associations published in the weekly Lady of Fatima But before hU theme from the Peter's square for the usual

from various nations bulletin of the Saigon arch. I could accomplish even this, day's Gospel in which Christ to remember live in the the modern Catholicswho catacombs noon blessing. Before recitingthe

diocese. It describes the I was summoned three times warned that "you cannot Angelus, the Pope said
lie Bald the Church how
encourages and not to forget
hardships faced by the before the tribunal. They can serve God and mammon that with the convocation of
work toward
their human
fate from
sad is their a .
be know but the Pope said the catacombsare the last session of the ecumenical
Church under communist very polite, you ,
achievements of a united Ku- 4t point of view, and to reflect
t a "speaking document"of council in two days'time
it is a form of harassment
? since today European fact that without
npe nonetheless. 1 faithfulness to this admo on the 'never has Rome beenso
people are Interdependent. "The Faith is very secure nition. vigilance and concord such a
here," he wrote, "but it is "W are sufficiently cloth. 64 fate can become a common Catholic so ecumenical
H. added that the unity the of death. We ed and nourished, with three 'Here, he said, "Christi so universal We desire that
"Is in accord security anity tank its roots in one should be aware that
movement fully Priests left alone for the meters of cloth each )year poverty Rom
with Christian conception of most part are, but we are virtually and 200 grams (about half a in ostracism by the established After finishing Mass thePope this dignity and this spiritual
' the catacomb -
went to
a coexisting humanity which prisoners in the sacristy pound) of rice a day. Every power, in suffering nearby mission of hers, which as you

tends to make the world one Getting around on the nice in a while, we get a from unjust and bloody per. of St. Calixtus. know is dedicated not only to

family of brotherly peoples" apostolate] is made quits dif piece of meat And on big secution. Here the Churchwas lie then stopped briefly at the good of Catholics but to

Pope Paul noted that the ficult.] holidays, everyone is allowed denuded of every human the national monument of the the good: of all Christians and

goal of the movement en. "One hears a good deal, of to buy 200 grams of molasses power. It was poor, humble, Ardentine Caves, which indeed of all mankind."
counters obstacles and pious, oppressed and heroic."
grave course, about how government Certainly, there is no
requires sacrifices on the part policy is to protect religion one here with a surplus of Pope Paul noted that by
of allVe however have here. either food or possessions. "an all easy association of In Czechoslovakia

firm belief that the cause of From the economic point of Ideas": one thinks immediately"of

the unification of Europe will "Inforlunalely, their Idea view I should say we are ad those portions of the Holy/
finally] overcome all difficulties ] of protecting religion!: Is to hering rather closely to the Church which are still today Effects of persecution

These can truly block keep the status quo, rather saying of Our Lord: seek '., :; living in the catacombs .

and slow down unification, than allowing It to develop. first the kingdom of Heaven, 5 'y The real analogies are evident I

but they cannot definitely] cut Rut a. you know, It Is necessary and all other things will be 4 ,Jt. I ,7' between the Church grow despite Reds' denialThe

off the road toward unity of to take risks If one added to you. f X;; which today languishes, suffers .

peoples! whose history and hopes to accomplish an)thing( '. '11"f. and barely survives in ()SX. Germany (NC)- director of the religlou.t.rulf'li .
geography tend to make them In God's service "From the spiritual point llama't J.' : the countries which have an Czechoslovakia K.
affairs office in communh!!
understandable of ,'Irw. we have but one "/W "
mutually so support atheistic and totalitarian!
"You will b* interested to re Church is still they
Hruza declared that the Catholic:
not to live in difficult bal : total confidence in Our ,
as a gime and the Church of the
hear that received Descendant of MenendezAs
ance or in continual antagonism we Lord's promise to be with us ancient catacombs largest religious community in that country It was
to the
permission repair
forever learned here
among church, which was destroyed Pedro Menendez secured the beginning of "The reason for the reslst- Vatican Yearbook, Annuarlo

14 years ago. But the repair "We confide ourselves to St.. Augustine, BO hu lineal descendant takes ence of the Church then and Hruza But the In statistics radio broadcast cited by Pontifico. for 1948 listed 7040
work has gone rather slowly] the protection of God the way' Is Identical! a Priests and 10.473 churches in
JACKSONVILLETRESCA trowel in hand to cement another beginning in St now to defendtruth from Prague show that the
I managed to acquire two child ] in the of in Czechoslovakia
a sleep arms and at the lame time to
Augustine-the foundation of the Votive Churchon number of Catholic Priests
his mother. That is the only claim The German Catholic news
the sacred right of
the site where Menendez landed: 400 and churches In Czechoslov -
years ago.
- Council is topic way to keep body and soul every man tv his own responsible recreated. considerably agency KNA. said that the
This is Alvaro Armada has
Count of
together here But It works, Uevillaglgedo salaries, paid to Priests are
CONCKI'CIOV Chile (NC) liberty, above all In the in the past 17 ears
1- THE FLORIST -Archbishop Manuel Sanchezof my friend It works 100 per hereditary governor of Florida fundamental field I of conscience low approximately equivalent -

4012 Atlantic Boulevard Concepcion has establisheda cent" and religion," Pope Hruza said that there are to the wages of unskilled

Jiclitonvilli, Florid permanent series of meetings Paul said. currently700 Priests and workers

I Phone 359-I602-J59-J747 between clergy and laity U. S. official criticizedon Identical Is the of KM Catholic! churches laCzechoslovakia. KN,\ also said that Hruia'i
Maryland's policyon purpose .
In the first two of these "con the ancient and modern persecutors statement that "religion Is
versations, laymen and their who by physical violence Priests receive a salary! a private matter la Czecho

CLEARYCONSTRUCTION pastors discussed education, birth control stand birth control ] or with the weight of a from the! government, he said slovakia" Is misleading.
CO. labor and the role of the laityin .
c",... Meal. I d.MrnllIleoranoN the light of Vatican Council. legal judiciary or administra There are two Catholic weekly It said that open d.scrimi-
alliausnIII WASHINGTON (NC) -- The director of the Family referrals decried live apparatus want to impose newspapers, with a circulation nation against! who
ar6ybbd ] of 75,())() copies
'their truth' and smother
724-8455 Life Bureau, National Cath olio Welfare Conference has any attend Mass, or give religious
SAY IT WITHFlowers accused the chief of the Un tied States.) Children's Bureau .\\NAPOIJS (:\q) Th I' c contrary: expression of Hruza s figures on and the Instruction to their children.

of "paternalism" In advocat;ing government birth control director of Catholic Charities thought."and honest manlfestatlons churches number of are the Priest first to be has ceased.

Contact Mr David MacN.m.r. for the for the Baltimore archdiocese
poor. mad public In 17 years The But antlrellglous propaganda -
725448 for local adl in The charge was made bya Monsignor John C Knott In has backed a bill to outlaw a Pope Paul reviewed various and government efforts
Abed Florist Of N.E. Fla,
this *r*.. comment on an address b>' the Children's Bureau\ chief, State Welfare Department means of marxlst persecution Spain lawon to dominate Priests have
Mrs Katherine B. Oettin. 'policy of referring unmarried and noted that the doubled, it stated.DELANO I
JACKSONYlLimiNW New York City at a confer /Holy] Set refrains from raising press censorshipLA
ger ,mothers to birth I
enre on public family planning with more frequency and COUtM Spala (NC-)
Thunderbird PROTECTOR Mrs. Oettmger said birth clinics The conference clinics. vehemence the legitimatevoice The Spanish cabinet. gave ap AREA

1.I Can Jack Wdcoaeo1N control aid should be offered can sponsored by the G. D Morulcnor! Dated I. Dortch of protest and lament proval to a new press law

; ;:lntAt/ **|'; : FL sills parents si a "right" She Searle!; drug company, manu said not because it Is Ignorant er which, according to a spokes r.
Serving DtlJcJou* 'new p La. said the federal government farturer of one of the first and the policy gives encouragement neglectful of the facts, but man, almost eliminates! presscensorship.
has a major role to play In best known of the birth con to promiscuity and because! of the thoughtful reflection Wha formallyenacted VOLUSIA MONUMENT

STEAK* providing such aid to low.Income trol pills, and was attended by Immorality, II. testified last of Christian charityand by the Spanish legislature COMPANY

$EAF06bSt THEHariley persons. some 200 persons representIng week before the judiciary so as not to provoke the new ]law will replace 1402 Nor* hule.,4 ,

Hers' wan the most outspoken public and voluntary committee of the stale legls greater evils" one that has governed Highway IM2 D.l.n4 ;

Press public statement jet by health and welfare groups. lathe council Pope Paul slated that the Spain's information media M, J. ItUauff. Owner !

an official of a federal agencyin ) Church is ready to negotiate line 19,18.Nordmann.
1880 K.lly Str..t favor of In his comment on :SIrs Oct Monsignor Dorsch rom
JACKSONYIUL FIOIICM Jacksonville, Fla., 359.3790E' cored birth control.government upon tlnger's remarks, :Momlgnorkinilt plained of the fart that the "to forgive the wrongs it has I
suffered and to look more totht' Hardware rJ 1
. She spoke (September 9)) In said i policy was set by the nine present and futurt along /
man administrative board of Tact'' .ird I
Fishing Rp
"Mrs Oittmger's concernfor << as then are real signs :ir
the Welfare r, Ii Iit
'TE'RC'lNG: 'p.BAJrMACY.IlIULI the poor in commendable Department rather of good will.He Sporting &oodt-leclimitS
than by the elective] legislature
However, the various programs 141 It* IM< tl M 41411
MIICIIfTION IIIVICI she Is advocating and ] The policy man adopted Invited all U pray "lth ....., If It ....>l \t tI I j
Ivy. c...."., C'III' tut rum. llpi'l.. ..ll last t March. him for those who are sllll -.) j
,... ,... .. promoting from her influent /lion/
Pay ml liln' i( too. < ttit Iv Mfl
nit auMm n." <. ii IDII, 11111 al position as chief of theChildren Welfare board chairman differing persecution, saying Ill,., Tw IviMM Uric* ... i
1111 I....... M. III INI Edmund P Dandndge Jr. this would bt a "comfort f.rthote SOS IMN tH>M 1
Bureau of the United .
.. .. s
Stales government do testified that welfare caseworkers fllihopi. Priests, Religion Miss Jo's School

smack of an inordinate paternalism do not refer womento and faithful who still today CONRAD COMPANYIII Of Dance
birth control clinics if live III spiritual suffering .
or, in her case maternalism they Wed New YOlk Avenue 1M IM w. 51r1 511011. 1111111r..e 'I
learn that doing so would be often bluer and epenly r 1..11 1011 M 'I

Joh tiT h e emphasis In her contrary to the women's religious unjust DtUnd Phone 7)42272PRESCRIPTIONS

,NN4N4NCNNN4NN444Dine speech Is that for their own or moral beliefs. "It will\ be for them a ,;

At) good, of course. they should Slat!; Senator Joseph Cur source of vigor and hope to
be made to do so ran Jr sponsor of the bill to know that their Roman brothers l

"She may call It 'rnotiva. change the referral policy, and distant brothers remember

POTTS tion' and education' but to expressed concern that welfare them and pray for .

1 I IYou bring the /power of government recipients might feel them and da not refuse them t "

to bear in this most intimate they had to accept birth control since they cannot offer anything i rir hes

area of personal Irf'edom services or face loss of else, the balm of brotherly FRIED alqEN(
is In fact to deprive the their welfare checks spiritual I solidarity"

deprived of possibly their last The judiciary committeeput Pope continued ICI Wit New Yak Awns.Phone .

free ("holct'Ionslgnor! Knott off action on the proposal "It will b* useful for Catholics .II M ....._ 734-1166
emphasized M TRMK Ml H4 IM4
r until later.ates themselves who by the JOHN'S PHARMACY

RAlatYa' .d grace of God live in freedom in IM IM M *0 anTom's

win< lil. Amman's INTERESTIn ,I4I11W1htS1AlMlJ4t M.yiii
YOUR account Russia advoc more Rules public school

bus rides to all
J'I"wM open

BEACH BOULEVARD subtle anti rei/;'gious tactics from BOSTON the hews(NO of Berkley- Students whoattend ; ,)I t B

Nu e...,u.u1..M..P, .' / Ilea, Excellent FoodTWO Catholic high school ._ 1
JNMMLILLL M.N. e111a fJtI"J BHSIIV: (NC: ) The J Moscow dally of the Soviet in Taunton won the right te

LOCATIONS tax school bus rides
JACkSONVILLE Union's communist paid
AMERICANfneN11 3.J 7)00 ....* II.... .......k .... youth 01 Ttani/ation has published sig Massachusetts Attorney
721-IMt ISII44I 1 2700'word statement declare ; that the Church and resh General Edward W Brooke PIZZA Made he Or..,

.. ligion are now subject to ruled that th, school ,, ATHENS TAUNORY
1I000no IIOA" MO i>mii.tw TJACHIOHVIUt N4NNNNN4N4NN4N444Mlll'SINISS har repression comparable to Berklev S"J.i" IoIn..i, .nd

O"D4' 11111AMERICANf. that of prewar times.The committee must preside .......... M W.w DRY COANIN6Pk
0 1004 0
should be supplanted by med. I transportation for the Catholic Up and o.t..,,
: DIKFCTDKVltli : statement, a i letter t era and subtle anllrU,1G1Itapprouht'l. Khool students al long as Pizza Phon. 7J4-III
,. la/rr1l 1 -- -- from a woman in Lvov In theScm.t it offers transports!'on fao i ,.. IM ..i mm IIS L VMrk;.
:Kan..eaeNN1eW.l.K.AA.vi.t ,, C __ n_ .___ Ukraine said that :ties to public school studentsin
....ltli ttnttt, |M ...< ..!, e"u. forcible
._-..... I...... .....-.. MMIMunilU cJ lln.. of churches actually The woman held that It is a I other communit.es THE GIFT SHOP
Tee's. U 1111 .IN I. Wiw.iKivt. strengthens religious "seJf"deJu 4on' to believe that
f "For &
-- *ciowttd Gi.ieg"Greeteh
r ry lewuectas fervor It said: Christianity can be eradicatedby Now..Eat I better Cads Handbags Ua.e. Cks. eNv

M -...... If "\'. are deluding! ourselves a frontal auaitit She also and faster For th... AI Ocu';....
rCM.1C with
I. $aiUruISUtatl when we say that manv be took lease with atheist propa PtI.... 734.54 14) Nerell Boulevard
n ..IIIU.IIIU linen in gambtts. who seek to label all
our country have KAY( HICKS Q.*r
1 /.y 11/1.,1 1.Me 1M Ill? left the Church and rtllgion behevers as Ignorant and TEETH "

., r ... "It Is true' that backward The fact .is, she
r r '11' IeNM/ Ills. Sea ._ over ]large
1.eaMN4 ml .... said that Tolttoy and many COINS and
..,. ...... CMM INN4 area* of the Soviet C: n Ion rfl'6P'r-
...it comet.alive. on = -- there are no churches: or of Rvaaia's other leading In. C.;.. .*d Stamp. S.,,ptMl ..
ISIS 111"t PrtesU But there bfh.TS. teltectuals have believed in i. :it ... T.w.
." are \ God .., 'oo .,,_,_ .... ,...
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/ r-
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r.11M.S ,....-In_ Pravd of the long In its movement to replace .491r. t11

COLORTV1fJo. sue sell PIFINNn letter to the editor war taken reVgxett belief with appreri- ,110 ra_ MN0 Sal __
I |i ..., tl ||. IM here as an tahcetton of alien of the genius of man .Mrs.er... ?. e _FsVaTTEXTM 1
( rata ... /*.. MMMI'M support t*V M |t S.MP* .... kswcA n p*** Delano1
the Soviets take a leaf from Memorial Gardens and
._. Mausoleum
Hl'W. MM't In communist p a r t v .= tMM A.ea Y'. y r '
nr f- 1111451l'ea1N1111O-- circles for some of the wit the example of the Church t*.w!- _vh4ti,.... '*'TIIT1I ta l isMtesj..nn,_:; "W5.o Na4n.'s l*..., Er.k..cJ by Now W.: c--

J Prins ae new tae cll..p..'...,. $.. .your N.J..4 er s contentions, and adopt some form of ritual w' t M r pn..ar r m' 4. a. M.. .wr. tOO Eat I...,1.,4 Ave.%. .
IyNhr lot ..,.._ ....- cantatas: and oratorios ei p ;; .w' t-; .. =
FLORIDA POWER B lICNT turn luau. iii ..",11' t .,.11...." The mal thrust of the letter along mankind ,, ',4 "m :.. .. ... "- p"-arrw- PI'ev. '34.115/ Doled
11"1'.1. ,lio noaonCP keel. M.s.e M IU .M M ea M..u.. M. 1.:4.-: ,..;.....
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that cb V
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St. Augustine Mass Seven the Horlda Catholle, Friday, September 17, 1965I

impresses Spain's dignitaries

ST. AlGl'STLNK; Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley' celebration-the Mass-symbolizes the history of the Faith la this!I

welcomed Ambassador Alfonso Marquee de Merry del I the importance to land.

Val and Spam's Minister those who came here this
the Interior, Lieutenant Gen
group from Madrid left l
week of the strength of the r Y
eral Camilo Alonso Vega along with other' members of Faith of our countrymenwhen Spain on August 29 and was I + JM

the Spanish delegation in the library of Nombre de Dial they claimed this place entertained in Washingtonand I

here.. for God and for Spain 400 New York City before I

.lIW'wnaf'fr the :5 o'clock laying of the cornerstone jean ago.Another. flying on to St Augustine.
ef Mission delegate who They left the Oldest City en I
cross, the Archbishop
presented to each
member of the delegation wished to add a word to thoseof September 10. planning a I
,, a copy of an historical bookletpuDiisnea Mr. Balletteroi and of Mr. brief stay in Puerto Rico 0 In 1

oy the St. Augustine al moment of the entire celebration Sagas was E. de Puga from their way back to Spain.Spain' .
Foundation.The We are tremendously the Institute of Hispanic: Cul- official permanent .

booklet, entitled' The indebted to Archbishop/ Hur- ture of Madrid. contribution to the Quadricen- ( J/jJ ,
tennial Is the Casa del Hidalgo -
Founding of Saint Augustine, Icy and to all the Catholics! In All the group. Mr De pure: '
this said, was Impressed most of which was dedicated on
city he' said for being' 1t
September' 8, 1565,
was decorated September S in St Augustine.Financed .
such defenders of the Spanish all by the concelebrated Mass 1
with red and gold tai heritage here marking the 400th anniver by the Spanish government
ids the Spanish colon. sary. the Casa will remain

In For us, he' said, St. Augustine open to the public: as I e .
return the Ambassador would be completely Irrelevant We never realired he said center of Spanish culture. 1. F a i
and the Minister 1 4 t
presented to without the Cross. Asa how deep was the religious Joaquin Pujol l of the Spanish

Archbishop Hurley, for the settlement, he continued, It reeling In .America adding National Tourist Office in

Minion of .Sombre de Dios would have been an achievement that all were proud that Spain New fork has taken charts: 1tJ
library, I collection of Spanish true but wt hold St. had contributed so much to of the St. Augustine building. i4 j1. fl
pottage stamps portray Augustine's
founding most Important
ing great leaden In the history Wide
we consider given
of Spain and also coverage
; a set that It was guided by the' hand
of books on the Spanish heritage of God.

t of the United States. September 8 events J
The Spanish I delegate<<
Earlier after they
greatest pleasure during their
the concelebrated Mass celebrated stay in St Augustine'. he Headquarters IMachrne'nt Florid National Guard,

1\,\ by the Archbishop and stated was to see that the waited outside the National Guard Armory on Wednes.e -

his Priests, members of the largest crowd of the! entire day of last week to carry thin American and Spanish flags
f .
Spanish dltf.tiontrf'' invited celebration, that which" the' procession for the concelebrated Mass nearby,

Augustine to comment anniversary' upon observ.the St. sembled for the historic members of the press, radio and television mingled with Members of Spanish delegation attend Mass

Slice September S Mas the hundreds of persons w h 10 were taking positions out.

I' Luis L Ballesteros Counselor Angel Sagaz' director general aide the Armory, to form t!he procession Into the Mass Among the membeis of the general! of United States Affairs in ficel; and one of the party, not

of Information of tinted States Affairsin Madrid reporterphntographer : Spanish; delegation attendingthe the Foreign Ministry at Madrid, Identified. Seated'. behind' the off*'
at the the
Embassy of in Wa Foreign Ministry at briefly exchanged in rapidly fired questions from Mass at the National J Guard Luis L. Pallcateros' Counselor of vial delegation' from Spain are
both found out
1 ton, DC said that he was The Florida Catholic on the formation with one from The from Jose reporters Pecina Cueva, Armory last week In St. Augustinewere Information, Kmbaaay: of Spain, Spanish dancers from the World's

I' speaking' for the entire Spanish profound impression which I Florida Catholic, courtesy of Spain's i TV representative' from left E. P* Puga from Washington, D.C. ; Joaquin Pujol, Fair In New York and Rt Augua-

t'" delegation when he e*. that Mass mad upon the Father Diego Conesa, one of that Spanish citizens were the Institute of Hispanic Culture of department' manager<< of the! New' tine resident costumed In 16th

r pressed the fact that for members of the Spanish delegation the Spanish Priests serving in seeing and hearing about the Madrid; Angel Sagaz: director York Spanlnh National Tourist Of- century Spanish gowns

them, the Man was the.most the DneeseFather celebration the day it hap .
-- -- --- -
significant! and most emotion, Mr Sagas said: This great Conesa, translating pened.'

The governmentsned\ lele' .
Coming eventsDessert
t II vision network Mr Peclni Episcopal Bishops urge

said sends out Its programsto card panty, September Hat sale', September 25. beginning
1 15 million home' sets' In Id, 1 to 4 pm 942 21st at 10 a m., Assump

I Spam lie sent pictures and Avenue, St Petersburg, Cath lion school Jacksonville' prayer with Catholics

copy to Madrid covering the olio Daughters of America, omen's Guild sponsor.

I II principal events of the 400th Court St. Ann IMS sponsor| Card party, October *, I IMdrll .','UK, Montana (NC) -- Bishops of the

anniversary Picnic, !September It, be p m. parish hall of Esplritu: Episcopal: Church have endowed. "eommoa prayer"' with

SI A*|.itine's local press ginning st noon. Blue Springs Santo parish, donation I II one Catholics and other measures; designed to foster' rIoter

The SI. Augustine Record and Park, Daytona Beach Knightsof dollar, please bring jour own .
Radio SI.tlfllIt.O\', laid Columbus, sponsor donation cards, Catholic Episcopal rela between' representatives of

particular emphasis' .. the |3 50 per family; for tickets Columbus Day dance, Oetotxr lions Chi Episcopal Joint Com ItI\f'

{Church. tbservssct tf the call John Walsh. V, Civic Auditorium "Wt would seek communication slnn on Ecumenical Relations
OttsdrkestrnsliLJacksonville's Melbourne, Father fUhrlel and the Catholic
Dessert card and Bishops'
1 1W 1w and dialogue at all
4' benefit' show, September 22 ftp Council. Knights of Colum. Commission on Ecumenical
Florida "
J but, levels, the House of Bishops
sponsor Affairs.
Times l'nlon sent Leon Shim m Garden Center, lIES
rail central of( the' Protestant Episcopal:
Riverside Avenue' Jackson rally, deaneryof
er to rover the Mass and the .
la the doeimenl
Messing\ of the cornerstone of ville.! Auilllary of All Saints Holy Name !Society, Mo- Church said In a documentsetting ,
!Home tier 10. St Paul Church lees "guidelines" for rela copal! Bishop recommended
the Cross at the Mission ..IN"bra sponsor
burg beginning at 10.30 a m,, lions with the Roman Catholic / "wherever' possible" earn
I}. d. DiosTelevision's Rummage sale, September Church Inca prayer with Catholics,
Channel 32 In 22, 2.1 and 2i. MI: Canal St. Bally. St Augustine deanery Attending' the annual meetIng saying, kowereri"H
Jacksonville sent a photographer New Simrna Reach, Altar Society of Holy Name' Society: A* .
of th. Ili>u of Bishops
to take pictures Sacred Heart parish sumptton/ Church Jarkwmvl were 112 spiritual leaden of should not W Uf\Iri-!

Mass for viewing that day sponsor.Deanery. !e. October 10. some 35 million Fplscopa: died! enthusiasm place others
Mrs Muriel Maiwelt, Carnival October :fl. 1 toftpm bans. 'In embarrassing tituat ;n*
teacher' of American history, board meeting, school ground of Assumption nor should w. ('CImprontJleeura.h'
covered' the Mass for M.MrC, Cealrsl l>eanery .f \IHCH, parish, Jackson The lllihnp .. sent greet .,."

'; Channel 24, Orlando's Educational September 23. II a m.. lnlvfrslly vllle. fried thicken dinner 4 Inf "prlnf far liodsblessing ; Three Priest attended the

Television' << outlet They Ins Motel, 1.10'flrth: to I p m. In school cafeteria. and guidance" U conference'' sciiion deSg. !

I: acre accompanied by a TV.* fUwlevard. l eand| reserva Card .party and benefit, Pope I'aull and the Second with Catholic.Episcopal relations

Mayors of St. Augustine and Aviles photographer lions .f 12 21.Dessert mast be sent by show October XT. I r m \silrsn (owMcll. They are Father Tl: Iv
September .
A Is receiving everfe South 8M Woman's Club The Episcopal Blrttop dec. ard J Hopkins, editor of t1-*

;' Mayor John D. Bailey' of St Angus- d,1.i!)'ar of A\ ues, light place his from the events I III SI Acts.. card party Septem! Jacksonville. Blessed' Trimly laratton on relations with Montana Catholic Register! ,

tine, left conducted' distinguished' hand upon the foundation atOM of the tin. were the 1'1' ('''(': News 1 her >>. 12 30 p m social hall Guild, sponsor 1 ll,.man Catholic (olln"ed' by newspaper of the Great Fills:

Cuesta from Washington, D.C. Spain, Votive Church st the Mission cf Service Is HisMnfUii, II C.; of Transfiguration parish, St I lloly Name Convention, (>r I two .nd -half months th* diocese Father Robert J F )s
of or( Greet A.!'
the Collets S
the Religions New ftenlcei Petersburg, Women's Guild -ber 29. :M). Jl, Florid Motor first official! Catholic Episcopal :
and Latin America ceremonies, Nombre de .
, to attendant 0101. TIM two
mayors participated and Father Ttttr Don: as,
: and I PI and AP eertkes.IPhetegraphe sponsor Hotel, Tampa talk. In the United States
upon the celebration of the .in the ceremonies markteg Th .. talks were held' June a curate at St Ann's rjti: *'

founding St Augustine In Florida the Mesuwf "' the h,,"* on UH .M*. from St I 824 In AI..Mrll.'ltllllla,

400 years ago. The Mayor of the city forte grounds where MMWSMSM sad his Augustine (nr this Issue of U. S. Post Office using new and acre greeted as a sue dral.An editorial In the Ref'Her

from whence came Don Pedro Metten- party came ashore WO wars before. The Florida Catholic were cmful first step In dlalo,,,. commended th. "understar.fi.
dc. the Honorable Fernando Suarei taken by Greg Carpenter of on IN official Uvel Ing and toleration' manteat:! -
Die staff and ''rIm.lltnlll weapon against fraud smut further talks are planned ed In the guidelines adnr'.fd
ef St AvfMstme i ,
for sometime early nest year by the BuSopi.

GINTY StAhlllNl1fi V (>C). The .postal IUIIC'cUnn service
luT'b'rq esd Htt'it, Sisters of Charity to begin his put electronics to work in tracking down swindlersfor "

VA and peddlers I of p*mogrsphy AreaTrudy's
%42' AUGUSTINEPONTIAC s ready reference for Cape Kennedy

12 Wi+*...a SH... two years experimenting b*-4qitar1. .ri personnel
Th result art expedited
Chief Postal Inspector l Hea

JAMES T. IIIIC.\M) INCi( Bis'ert of Charity of the Blessel ry R Montague reported on warnings of new Mhemes.
nw names and new methyls' (
\ "irgui Mary concluded a three-week seminar al Hunffia Salon of BeautyAl
MATHEWS JR. September 11 on tae years'eaperince of nfratM. which enablefWM
RAMBLER ,\ \ College by entenrg' upon a two-year period' of In the '
P *f't/'tllli Uufwttor I. five i l'"IIC"" .f besey C.14w.

OU'A leek.,l .-J CvfH..;( Banta Brothers S'iapUUoti and eiperiroenUOon In accordance with tb use of automatic. data JINo prompt attention. to growing l''..t>>.s-Ii""o1'lensy; fr"'f' sad Tv: :n0 e
A I.s Srt
/re.s.n W.lu". IM I" sins renewal and reform which characterize the Church of ressKig 'lADPi, si an InvestJgatlv pnsWeflM la the past It was m. L ort.nde.eo( ..I ld,s9 Celad.11r1" St. N.
." stated th. Cue l...ehPianosOrgansBand
th' prwat 4k, toolMoatagw inspect servx fh.">. 711 2)H
Ounrtl If. 'U*
bas war
In her address said the Pot Of had to rely. on the memories
conchsdmg freedom of all haters to *>er.

I PrescriptionsSic \1.,1" 'hr Mary federal Cosualatrste..permr of the. lie.- rise level r'.blhl'of authority st a" sp.r4fie flu"th l/lfictMMI first law servK enforcement was. of to review spot" a clerks new scheme or. examinee, (\ h .

Over M0 ) fraud. awe a l(!
greiatwxi told the 271 Statersirrtfnt siency in the country to put
IJ that their deiaberatK RecvguiSMg 'Deed beyond" ADf, to work ss sn IIItIlU'I.tlw year are fed sail the syslrniVxn lf PJj(
'JrDJzaldj ow oa congregation the\ 14,0110% ototetMty. est r
J >ns had given die Church tool l in this" manner
feat esperuUMM fr what took strong stands U "*. started, from scratchand Hen. and. related' cases were Instruments
favor of greater Involvement (aped ..... the/ system M tM
ANDREU'SWATCH otugJ w. ran de us the apottolate. Is the aortal apostotate. and we are really just begAIng first year of Mat ep.ratsan U Sev* AH...u ....,.". r>.... Sansei J.7711C )
great safe as t* what our to scratch IM surface l...k
* UM need tAl hav women Bbgsw 'friwn July I. 1)44. to Juo ;'1.I .
AND ClOCK Sid I iUPp1 U lives will .M tsk* M the bfHy of tfi.. potential of this law
room on tM commlisiofi" in IVA I Mofltagut diM loted
Rl'AIIS rliMf* tsupwH Sf. >'*U- enforcement ""poII' be
.. Rental and sat* ran CowSWll II R* I.. to htp! revise toolsparts added Ld sod ...1 Isp.'e; .... .."te'.
Week 6,.*'. ..d2SI of taws law that per e'

2 $... M.He V. will 47 *,at $*... Vsve tIM Owe has set UM to wamesiscka. TW ADP, system ecllerlsluftrmatto : f\ .:t'l Live ,.,t'W
the D.turs) *f chugs for .w. T ':
see ,reed. b ceMy
.. .bias (felt fret t* ecgag Nh/le/ "le4flg list
*.. ether mall ,....c.... Beach Tackle and
m epos sTisksgsn sad. t* facet ..
MARTY'S RESTAURANT "HUB** resMsahie maleasy .
rate from Ik* ISM pedal| 1spcUrs -
# fact OH tW weld. ss wt ekages I. ankles *f Mr Goods
In Ik. field Sporting
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Ire' Wq p. W erM us Motor Mary J.W said that "cc..1 tae .<:'..:::. art fed tats I t'M .:tIrof P55.01 7IJMU Ct. leech
.. MM At the m.me_ W "UfT.M asset lms.rt.B( tasks W :.: dtIA': tin: led
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The Florldi Catholic Friday, September 17,1963:
Diocesan High 5ch'oolFootball

re''r t
rw, : .w J i 1.w ''t'4r,:
'. "0: J"i ykMP schedules 7965
i ; .,. '" -
.4 A CrusadersJacksonville Grew Wives Hornets Barons
Dayton Beech Orlando St. Petertbur

1it Coach: Jont Tyson Coach: : Bud Aiher Coach: Harold Nelson Coach: John 1C Ash
Sept. 24 at New Smyrna Beach Sept. 17 at Lakeview 17
Fletcher Sept. Largo
Sept Oct. 1 at Baldwin Sept. 24 at ApopkaOct. Sept. 24 ClearwaterOct.
Sept. 24 Lake Oct. 10 Fla. Air AcademyOct. 1 Edgewater 1 Dunedin
Oct. 1 City
Oct. < at Winter Park
16 Crescent City
Oct. 15 at Englewood Oct. S at Dixie HolLns
Oct. 22 HastingsOct. Oct. 15 at ColonialOct.
Oct. 15 Boca
Oct. 22 Paxon
30 Bunnell 21 Oak Ridge
Oct. 22 at St.
O<'t. 29 Jax. Jackson
Nov. 4 Callahan Oct. 29.t Sanford
Nov. 5 at Ribault Nov. 5 at NortheastNov.
Nov. 12 at St. Joseph Nov. 4 Evans
12 at
Nov. 12 at Bolles Tarpon Springs
Nov. 19 at St. Aug. D&B Nov. 12 BooneCARDINAL Nov. 19 Jesuit
Nov. 19 at ForrestST.
Nov. 24 at Melbourne Cent. Nov. 24 Seminole
JOSEPH Cougars
Flashes CATHOLIC Sarasota
Y'Y St. Augustine Colts Coach: John Sefiwind Hawks
Coach: Ed DroiJ T.mp. Sept. 17 Brewster Lakeland

Sept; 17 at Bolles Coach: Tom Murray Sept 26 at Clearwater Cath. Coach: Jack Barker
Athletic directors meet in Orlando Kept 23 Callahan Sept.; 24 Temple Heights Oct. 1 at Melbourne Cath. Sept 16 Clearwater Cath.

Oct 1 st Bunnell Oct. 1 Gulf Oct. I at BerkeleyOct. Sept. 24 at Berkeley
The diocesan teachers' meeting bourne; Scan O'Donnell of St. Pat George McMahon and Phil For Oct. 9 }la. Sch. Deaf Oct. 8 Santa F. 15.t Immokalee Sept. 30 Temple HeightsOct.

held in Orlando recently brought rick's, Largo; Nick Cavallavo of vaznim( of Bishop Barry, St. Petersburg Oct. 15 at Hastings Oct. 15 at Lc to Oct. 23 Adm. Farragut 8 at Tampa Cath.

together athletic directors and Clearwater Central Catholic; second Pete Vos and Ernie DeLuccoof Oct. 22 at Baldwin Oct. 22 Citrus Nov. Sat Santa Fe Oct. 15 at Adm. Farragut

coaches of various high schools in row, John Baldwin of Bishop Bishop Kenny; fourth row, Oct. 29 at Clay County Oct. 29 at Cardinal MooneyNov. Nov. 12 Venice Oct. 21 Frostproof

the Diocese: from left, front row, Kenny; Jeff Mosher of Santa Fe, J08t'ph.A.. Ginocchl and Armand Nov. 8 Crescent City 5 at Jesuit Nov. 19 Temple Heights: Nov.Oct. 28 4 Cardinal Lake Placid Mooney

Jont Tyson and Joe Parete of Bishop Lakeland: : George Gazdick, Bud Sabourin of Clearwater Central Nov. 12 Father Lopez Nov. 12 Adm. Farragut
Nov. 27 at Mary Immaculate Nov. 19.t Clearwater Cath. CENTRAL CATHOLIC
Kenny Jacksonville; Bill Carl Daley and Dick Zasada, all of Bishop Catholic, Hal Bryant and Ray Rob Nov. 24 Berkeley Hustlers JESUIT HIGH

man of Central Catholic, Mel Kenny; third row, Joe Paul, bins of Melbourne Central Catholic Melbourne Tigers

"'''''''''''''' "",,,,,, CENTRAL CATHOLIC Coach: Ray Robbins Tampa
Marauders Sept 17 at FrostproofSept. Coach: Ray Dicherry
Film newsletter Clearwater 23 at St. Andrew Sept 17 Pmecrest

Name changedby YouthBishop Coach: Armtnd Stbourin Oct. 1 Cardinal Mooney Sept 24 Jefferson
I Sept 17 at Santa Fe Oct. 8 Ha. Sch. Boys Oct. 1 at Plant City

Reviews guide movie audiencesTHOSE Newman group Sept. 25 Cardinal Mooney Oct IS at Citrus Oct. 8 at BrandonOct.
Oct. 2 Palmetto Oct 22 at Lake Placid 22 Clearwater Cath.
NEW YORK (NC) By "" '" "'"'''''' "" Oct. 8 at Hernando Oct. 29 at Ft. Pierce Cath. Oct. 29 at Palmetto
who interested in movies than when the
are trigue ring Ringo
as more a
an almost unanimous voice Oct. 16 Berkeley Prep. Nov 12 at Berkeley Nov S Tampa Cath.
evening's entertainment need not only reliable cannot get off his finger! is vote some 9K: ) Newman Congress Oct. 22 at Jesuit Nov. 25 Father topes Nov. 12 at Kathleen
wanted both fakir for
opinions about current films but also detailed critiques of rites by and a delegates voted to Moore Oct 29 at Oviedo Nov 19 at Bishop Barry
religious by
( a para.noid strike the word "Club" from Nov. Sat Adm. FarragutNov.
a wide variety of films. .
who believes the
possessor the title of the National New. 13 Fla. Air Academy
aid in movies the will rule the world. Their High School SOlO
To selecting Catholic film new letter man Club Federation and to Nov 20 Tampa Catholic Daytona BeachPRINTING
has reviewed the following: attempts to get the ring and
substitute the word "Stu
their film. Life among a Ringo's attempts to get rid !School opened for the fresh.
Nothing But a Man. The minority !group Is movingly! of it are equally amusing. The dent. men August 30, and they arrived College studentsRichard
personal struggle confronting portrayed by Ivan Dixon and boys carry the whole thing off According to Ray Fecrlck, in their traditionallylarge

a southern Negro and hit wife Abbey Lincoln supported by with their own brand of innocent congress information officer. ( numbers. One class: was W. English son of Letter Press and Offset
in a society hostile to them a fine cast composed mostly underplay, wit and and a student at Hunter College added each successive day Mr. and Mrs. G. A. English
lour ,,, when
has universal Implications. of professionals.. (Adults charm and a pleasant amountof here, the action ended until the seniors arrived on of St. Petersburg Beach, has adTrrttue prmlirti them near U see Coachman.. Printing Co.
Michael Roemer and Robert with reservations) music is thrown In as an agitation going back some September 2. From the first been awarded scholarship of THIS FLORIDA CATHOLIC I. .Itrr. a-
Young make excellent use of added dividend. (Unobjectionable five years to eliminate the day representatives of the re $3100 for study in social workin CL -42S4 131 Magnolia
Help! The Beatles find I word "club," which has often
the semi documentary for all\ ) organized senior monitor system rehabilitation of the physically
proach to give authority to themselves the center of In. assumed a wrong connotationthat were on hand to direct and mentally handicappod Welcome Travelers

The Sons of Katie Rldrr.: NImaniteslere primarily the underclassmen and keep at the school of social Furniture

Beach New films This l'pic.Westprn has the oriented toward social order Chief justices of the service of the Catholic University Porch and Patio Specialties; BEACONAmbulance
Daytona benefit of great compositionand and recreational goals. student court Russell Beut- of America Mr. Eng Rattan Wrought Iron

.nun! m..ti| w< ilniilnl If Wl vigorous( direction on the "This of course," he said, lien and Jean Garvey tr. lists will enter the lwo-yar AluminumHighway Service
|,IM If iKIMfClans part of Henry Hathaway. The "was never so. in charge of the monitors. master of social work program I Ormond Beach 255-2406

A, !Section II plot Is predictable but the "The movement has always senior at the University in
A Volunteers from the
shooting, fighting humor and
been and will continue to bean claw, working through the September. .....
(Morally unhJ..rtlonahlt'llor bravado should satisfy western .oo...
J adult and adolescent) fans. In addition to John organization with spiritualand student council manned lunch Miss Paula Gribbin. daughter ATTOSU gap; usw/o Of Z
educational goals. Hence and refreshment facilities for of Mrs. Thomas A. Grib
Wayne the other brothers are :
A Winter A-Go-Go (Col.) Dean Martin, Karl llolliman the word 'student' will more the teachers nf the diocese bin of St. Petersburg will be a'd i. awe auwlNar

X Clan A, Section III and Mkhad Anderson Jr. true fittingly alms.lend" stress to our when they held their conferenre among the 264 freshmen who ,a. .......n...c1....;
at Bluhop Moore shortly
with Martha 11er as the will enter the College of New '"

Service (Morally unobjectionable" feminine lead (Unobjectionable The National Newman before school opened. Rochelle in New York stateon MART s.

Home warn npiiri Appliance u HI willmil.. for a C.I255.5236/ La Tla Tula. Director Miguel Is a combined organization of one Petitions for nomination bin is a graduate of Notre .

m tor niiMfi rot ur..,Me t uunrr W'I hniU s e Rapture (Intern. Gas.) : Picazo tells In simple six existing Newman organizations of dais officers for the sopho Dams Academy St. Peters Wanda Wt,.

ClaM R narrative style his story about : the National Newman more Junior and senior burg JM North Beach St.
a woman who the Student Federation, the claws have just been handedIn
(Morally objeetionabinCOMMERCIAL rejects Korean Catholics honor Phone 25S-S47t
chance of marking with I t National Newman Chaplains to the student council officers
MEN...: for all) tragic results Aurora Bauds- AssocIation; the John Henry Art Wrohle and Margie United States admiral

J". .'tlt.HIW Beach Ball, The (Para.) la as the central character Cardinal Newman Honorary Barry hI) ,,11prrarnt\ themto SF.OIL. Korea (NO) The Italian and American Feed
make believable this sensitive Society; the National Newman the faculty for approval Catholic Medical Center her ...
: 400'j story of human failings In a Association of Facultyand Campaigning will continue conferred a honorary medkaldt'lrt'e Open 5 P.M. 't1; I II I P.M. a.w N 1 .Mee'""" -1.-__

:ttr.ci!' Christian environment.I Staff; the National New through the week with the on Rear Admiral Rob e Facilities ..... aM.NV
Whi"'It.1teCAPE MOTELHiRrz( I / (Adults.) man Alumni Association, and election held on September 18 ert B. Brown" surgeon general Banquet t IM 7 hMas .. Irl
KENNEDY AREA ti race the National Newman Found The results will be announced of the United States Navy a doted Mondays .. err
ation. the following" Saturday at the'howdy" and chief of the bureau ofmedicine .warN :..
c.'...|'h.l..ili, lUrlrf* 255-3631 President appointedfor There are 020 clubs In the dance which I Is and surgeryThe SAN REMO Was

lmrya.*miIMC 527 Na. Atlanta Marquette Univ.MII.'Al'IJf United States. Six hundred being sponsored by the student honor was given "for RESTAURANT }(.EdM
HHI''Put.Fiti CifltM with a membership of someM.OOO council to welcome\ the sacrificing service I for
Hint In. n (''lies' : : (NC) Fa- Banquet Facilities
are federated into 23 new freshmen and the returnIng Korean wounded soldiers dur 1290 SO. RIDGEWOOD'
1750fC1 $1U Furniture Boots (her John P. Haynor S,J? 41, provincial groups. Approxi students The dance will ing the Korean War and outstanding A.aiUUe
on. Grtttmg Cards has been appointed president mately 1100 chaplains 210 of give the students a chance to << contribution for the CL 2-1357 Up .. 400 POTMIW

PH. 783-0500- LLOYD COX of Marquette University hereto whom are on a full.time basis get: reacquainted with old medical training of the Republic

Office succeed Father William F. serve the apostolate. There friends and make new ones of Korea Navy person
,1 Supplies are 200 Catholic centers on On Friday September 17 net In the United States" Floyd J. fed..y'lDaytona

L:-a::: : .:"---r tll CL 2.3473 Kelley S.J., 51, who resigned. secular campuses the football team will take the Present st the ceremony In Moving & Storage Co.
III North Beach Sheet Father Flaynor, a native of field for the first time In the the Catholic Medical Center
seaesss.esaaseNSesw Agents ALLIED VAN LINES INC.
Omaha, Nebraska, has been new season at Lakeview. The was Archbishop Paul M Ro ef
serving as executive: vir.presldl'nt return of many experienced Seoul Father Lee Munkun, DAYTONA DE LAND
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chief administrative assistant outlook and rector of the Holy
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to Father Kelley\ sine Don Closiey Is student reporter Spirit major seminary, conferred
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STEAKS gathers the Cathedral Choir in bration indoors. A portable altar I turned men and women who represented "

1 choir robes before the National was decorated and furnished on I early Catholic families lathe FURNITURESHOWROOMS
Guard Armory in St Augustine on the platform; choir stall area was I historic Qty of St Augustine.The l

I B CHOPS -CHICKEN September' 8. This building was quickly! assembled, sound equipment .' Knights of Columbus formed'

For the best In' el types of food-Vitit our used for the history-making concelebrated and an organ were transported I the fourth degree honor guard out. Bey. Wl..:

Dining Room Sarving from 4 PM to I 11 I PM High Mass observing from the Mission to the I side the Armory and the colon of Ret*] $*.. .t D<*co*t4 Price

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United States. Other Sisters of St. accommodate all the Priests the carried I in the procession, as weU
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; The Florida Catholic
September 17, 1965

Pope Paul renews call Holy See

for prayers for Council prohibitsloans of art

Bj KC\\C Father John Newt P. Donnelly divine mercy of prayer which 4i nom: )> The HM

Service Invites us to It. It it the certainty !See ha
prohibited all 'Ulll
Italy Repeating his call for that every food and .
and I ant f works of art ham
prayer penance for the '
I auccesw of the ec 1M'ftiH.I devout heart adds an offelto >
the! VatiianTin .
council Tope Paul VI last week told his general audience share to prayer for the 1+at" r, Cl

that hi. position in the Church give him a broader viewof good of all that prompts us to regulation, apptoved|
eakiwee and a deeper exhort all to pray together," 15\ Pipa Paul 1'I. I M dr'i awareness of the need for
to fu'estall I
nra\.tr. the Pope saW : request (fur a

Though obvieualy a sense of human amaluvess, In prayer, Pope Paul continued loan of the Pieta or ,,'the
preoccuPied .ititlc treasures of the \ ati!
with the approach of the a sense of the need of divine l, people are "cooperators .
fourth and final session of the help, a humble sense of our with God. This concurrence ran An authoritative Vat < an

Council the 67.ur..ld baste inadequacy. the torment of God In the "humble .., ':: source said that the sending
Pope '"
of circuit of of !the Pieta to the New \orkWorld's
appeared relaxed and smiling many longings along with our personal operation ..if'
at the audIence. Contrary to the comfort of great hope. It ," he said, "this encounter I Ksir has encouragedother

recurrent rumors that he had .is not realised that hers the of His will with ours, this :.), Vatican requests treasures for loans of

yen 111, it teemed as if hit longings acquire immense marvelous and mysteriousfusion

short vacation here in the world-wide proport o", of Hi lave with our The regulation, effecth

hill. had poor love demands on our September I, was pjhliihed
Alban restored hii
"This Is precisely because! part the modest but at the In the official Arts sf the
energy more than an extended .
the million of the Oiyrtb h same time total contributionof 1i 11.1 ly flee September I.
sabbatical does for most ;
j "f'ltt.: .
men of hi. age a mission .f charity and here our limited efficiency, the [ "' ,.,
the mission ef the (hurck becomes bent disposition to summonthe ; The absolute prohibition extends
")Hate you e>er thought of .. ... ... : '
snivmul, the Pope divine efficiency It demands '; I." to all Items in the \ at-
the center of the Catholic : ;( "
continued the slate of longingand : i lean's pontifical collections\ of
the << .. ','
( hurch. Holy See the .f' '
art and and to all
of supplication which is .
: .
Vatican, as we often call It- Here the force. the multiplicity called i : :' works of art in the Holy See s
u a ceaseless fountain of the ardor of the longings II }:; : : a o .called I extraterritorial
longing!! a. a heart always unfold with aU the vigor "Prayer opens the door of 'I' ..'. 1 'r," } \\\Ie ., 'I,, : churches and properties! suchas

in expectation and ever at the human heart can support our hearts U the action .f ,' < ',.(" : .c .:..... ,.. "", Rome's basilicas and untersilies

praver*" he asked the thousands And since human capacities land; In us," the Pope riplala- ., . ;. .'. \ offices of the holySee's
:, ..
of at the audience ,
people cannot satisfy these rd. central administrate
supremelongmgs ::;
l' ( (.. the longings themselves ; 'if"
"And if w< Catholics and '. < : summer
Paul went .. U turn into prayer here of .. ,,.. .' :; "'?I y '' '.
Pop say believers are convinced "". ., '' .,. J. ... ."f"t.. '"
more than anywhere. else. In this supernatural way 0 f .: 'Jt I.... ,.,(' -. ..... .. A limited prohibition was
"The usual image people the precise I words of St. 'IiI! I Ii
doing thwgft in our lives. Ibis :&' ;J. < .. H. "' Imrxxrd( on loans of other
form of the papacy is that oft Thomas .1M.... falls under! way ettabtohed by Christ, we ;0. works of art given or willedto

post command of authority, the precept of charity. petition will be convinced that prayerIs the holy See and kept out-

.uvernmetit, that is, for the trnder the precept of religion a fundamental activity anfn..lry Ireland more Priests to Diocese slit the \atican City Mate.
pastoral and doctrinal direction We must ak lo
and normal attitude '

of the Church. It is not prayer that which, we need to .lee the correct and holy Monsljrnor John r Burns pastor for the Diocese, of St Augustine Flood, Father Jam n, Caverly, only Suck".loans hrn" tan the be religions made
observed often enough that/ l long for; and we "'liltline\
development of our present of the Cathedral In St Augustine. and arrived in September for their Monsignor limns, Father\ James character of the request IspreemUeit
1 ere more than elsewhere one for nut only our own good,
realizes, nurtures and suffers but also that of CJ WfI.' existence and for the" attainment greets newly arrived Pricats from sppointrmnta around the l>iut'C'''. Kellehrr, Father Patrick Shelly, or whca there

of our destiny Ireland at Jacksnvil! ImeaonAirport They are from the left, Father lather Robert W. lU-ntard iVwIy, Is an exceptional) reason fr

"This Is sly we pray for Among the thousand of All these young meets Patrick J. Flynn, Father James and Father Austin Mullen study,"

ORLANDOWINTER the (ounril and shy we Islie persons who assembled at the were ordained In Ireland this year Flannan Ualoh Father John J. for loins
villa such
the people of the world U Pope summer desptt Ttequeiti
thunderstorm which -- must be made through cliplomstk -
a severe --- -
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pray with us //III lose f for the --
PARKWHEN hurth and for the acrId drenched the Alban hills werea ? channels, or from

It group known as "feed Students advised of local Church authorities. The
prompts us I. prsy
Is the benefit the (onncll pro youngsters of Ewpe." Charity organizations urged to projects aiding new regulation stiputatetthat
peace be loaned
According to annual custom no object may
YOU NEED. tides Ur the birch and the
the coniisted of 16 1\c)(),KI r.\ nil: 'fe which might not survive
*.... 4.w.1IMh acrid which met fa II U
PIIL/I pray boys and Itrta singled out needy nations in spirit of Council moat t (IM'-I'roJ) tike the trantnort In ttt previous stateof

,n.w.n.,- ,awn'... from amen' 1 wing people of I'eate Corps an.l etthance of preservation or which If

..- .-..,.. 1'It It the trust we .bane In several European countriesIn ('.\"MrUiNIMUO: (NC) -Pope Paul VI his urgedrrprenenUtlvea .lo 11hrlp shire it Is students help break down! too Uluabls to be moved
11.1 awn rein of special acts prejudices and the decision to how loaned .
the operative virtue of the r""lMIt needed of open way The ss
Cal '.t., ScWl of courage or sacrifice Sponsored of Catholic charity orgnnlrstknui to update creed regardless color and to rate. tit peace. the ,president of St objects are to be shipped
ORLANDOADVERTISING Herman J. Heidrich )DiMly by Spams natkenal their structures In iccordanre with the nerds of the \ a r I Iou. countries organic help' Michael College here ..Id, is placed explicitly In the

airUoe and radio net times and in the spirit of scribed, their own charity orstionsCouncil | ." lather Gerald K. l>up nt hands of Vatican Clty'l authority
& Sons work, those chose are givena ss a.'urgesl appealI. S S K: Awaking| to 177 student for pontifical mono-
COMPANY SMWI MS 5b.. free tnp to various. countries the rxumrnksl Council the ipIrM .( f\tr\j, m.rtlfkallv from X) countries "hofOI1lIlrll'd mend, rnuseumi and gat.

|M two ........ f''f Prod W P'I.U.w1 I At the ctNlrllttt of Xn In an audience granted last sad (Isttliii" M Iksl approvalseen an English: for lerles. This rule apparentlystems
f-M 14 trm tnmTn
awn-m/n.w. ...... one P.eWa audience_ the Pope tailed tome Friday to nearly 160 delegates mere .lands will\ b.. sialUblefr foreign students. rourse, said from the dispute between
ynnngstert They came I" pHr.J1.p.kI. tlie had 'received Impres- Vatican City authorities
from 41 nations to the con certain for
up to Ms throne and he gave .. Monsignor Corroran. linn Hut may be the most and American shippers
ventton of Csritas Interns
FOR them a special bletswgctvnn the American. represents. taliuble result of your sojourn on how 'la transport the Pieta
Busmen Meetings & BILL BARDOE tionat the Pole eihwted tlvei were solidary Hi.hop Jewish statement In the Hailed Slates" lo N.w'ork.,

Sales Conventions FORD FACTORY DEALER fitr emma them |. 1tbtIr.1. In thee K4.ard S*...lrem of New JKR11UMI: I, lirarC) ( >

SAVE ON YOUR LEWIS COIIEXTERMINATING C o a o 'm i c development of \Mk emwiits diretlor of It I. certain' that the ORLANDO WINTER PARKChildren's
The NEW CAR DEAL CO. young MlMts to re pund to CalMic. Kelief Service*-- Na. Second stksn/ Connell will

..t..4nil the misery of men by dMtrrtmttttf tonal Catholic Welfare lea. approve the declaration.
Langford Hotel 'h. u..nn ...... S>, M tm ft feremr. aiMl h.. Mtaiits, .
the brotherhood, he
their aid
W. Hwy SO 1ft ". as easily Paths Fabian Flynn of New

Win** MS ..w .... as pomiMe, to cwflttMie sp, .. \'ork, James J Norris of New .Ueen Christian, and Jews, AQUINO'SSERVING
ao.ording ArihMthiipOeorget
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FLOOR COVERIN6. IIICe at erwnewcal coUehotelion (iee.ra sfflty.Moedgas.r to II:00PM.LOUNCI .

FREE ESTIMATES ) Jean H.dhaln" Jerusalem. list ifwiMemljerII .t budget prl sAmple
that the Cmmnfil st III
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provide information and r* pre.tdta

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SI. C..it 1./S.9.; Acct./C..difot AseusterDONUT FAIRVIEWCleaners lie charities wganlaah.nnu. VUntreal I Is .... new tre.*urrr leader of all lel-I Saul" tin, ....,1..' f<4 s. sod Monsiinor. Carl l 10 5.m it. (' i Laundry lusting the It tie mrri/.g, ft..1: l corcw""I.n<.i iv wma h..t ,ff many years from oue
his Is
Never of Ormanr. roMiMiesas sad thai If prewar.
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Dp..fol.. FabiCo.: ,*,.. W ('.,.lfth.., (Oku wai secretary general.Bishop "
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."srleilf s .. ) drba tad ft.*4 irmWr.II. .
Teens AmerkaHe ... II l./lfin< them,

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........ rite Hi. Indiana whom. he )Just
.04 3211 L COLONIAL DRIYI SnS eeeef>4 as eieeulHe .rre. danger of .....111"1 left and Family Bucket. O'Chlckan $3.75

,,*,.,, I () 0115111 M ..... 1 *>MCA .- eW. tarp ol Ik. Nt'l-msl, onfer lie soul Ure were no l Latin ......M...... Fish Dinner $1.00

2'e3 l ere .( (sHMto Cia'UI... Asnr.ao. 4s ....a or|..M.. The svelale ..*! "h* Mte. *..

I. ku talk to Ike reftewnU lw 4 IM Mil At .the .primal that t IsraeH Arabs are hap, Shrimp Dinner $1.15iiMiifm

lives Tope Paul referred to tme, h* said aoorly every par ...., /neraiMt of r.. ( : : uiNNrM: : TO no

Jim Blah three Wfent tiperts of dense kai one sad ....,. are Premier I..* Mkel, than New f UK'UIOMI Tt) UrMK: 101'

II'll N rhntiM efsrNjr The first. three ffMe
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1 Ten The Florida Catholic Friday, September 17,19(55(

Pope announces Senate of

i New York motorcade

r f Bishops as Council reopens planned for Pope Paul

! I (Cntiiwt' rna Ml* a.l) He also briefly mentioned Ms and began walking out. As he \ ,
(CHIlMtl fflli MM "*)
the Mass In Latin and will
J all the decrees promulgated trip to the United Nations passed sections of the Bish s Francis Cardinal Spellmanand
will be executed in a true which drew applause. ops, waves of applause accompanied St. Patrick's Cathedralin deliver a brief homily la
}, spirit of reform aid progress. his passage from Manhattan. English. The Epistle: Gospel,
Pope Paul said he was Prayer of the Faithful and
I The tenor of the Pope's address the "set. the church. Before leaving the airport,
happy (to announce of his the Lord's Pram will be
In the major portion
I at the opening of the ting according to the the Pope will deliver a short others.
up speech, Pope Paul stressedthe read or recited by
fourth council session was wishes of the council, of an address to the dignitaries as-
f fully attuned to these happy episcopal synod." He said need for the council to sembled to meet him. A lay lector will read the
since it emphasized "listen, to harken to the mysterious in and
prospects, this synod would be "com- Epistle English a
voice of the Paraclete The route Pope Paul will
t once more the basic to be chosen Priest will deliver the Gospelin
out. posed of Bishops to let the Holy Spirit In. follow Into the city Is still/
theme previously the language. Neither
! council same
for the frester part by (national
hearts that under discussion. But
' lined by Pope John XXIII ) episcopal conferences fuse into which our itself and other boomed officials police has yet been Identified, but it
that this is to be a pastoral and approved by us." charity expresses is thought they will be affiliated -
council in wisdom that Is, In are working to select one that with the United Nations.

The Council began Its session The synod of Bishops, be rectitude of Judgment accord makes it possible for the At the Prayer of the Faith
by debating the new text said, would be "convened ac ing to the highest norms of greatest number of people to ful, petitions will be made in
of the document on religious cording to the needs of the knowledge." r see the Holy Father, accordIng the five official languages of
Church by the Roman pontifffor to a spokesman for the! UN trench
liberty. Charity formed the princIpal the English ,
The opening plenary meet. consultation and collaboration theme of the Pope's analysis New York archdiocese. Spanish, Chinese and Russian.

Ing of the fourth session saw when for the general goodof of the council and Its significance Public Interest in the visitIs Each will be made by a different
more than 2000 Bishops the Church this will seem for the Church and extremely high accordingto person.At .
gathered in St. Peter's Basilica opportune to us. We considerit the world. "This developmentIn 4" the spokesman. Inquiries the Offertory, the water
to join in the Mass con superfluous to add that this charity ought to characterize A. \ -- about the Pontiff's agenda and wine will be brought to
celebrated September 14 by collabo -ation of the episco the conclusion of our : have flooded Catholic and the altar in procession of
the Pope and council officials pate is meant to turn out to ecumenical council In w- 1L UN information offices. Head six boys and six girls chosen
at the high altar. be of the greatest help to the our search for truth, whether to represent the world's six
of the UN for
quarters example
Reading in a firm voice( the Holy See" and to the whole doctrinal or disciplinary, let has been stamped continents. The 12 children
Pope sat on a throne facingthe Church. love guide us." will receive Holy Communion
with from Catholic
twin tiers of seated Bish Pope Paul noted that this requests from the Pontiff.
ops and flanked by non-Catho body can "in a special way The Pope then assigned to At Cross cornerstone ceremony schools to take their pupils on At the Lord's Prayer all in
be of in the daytodaywork the council characteristics of the regular UN tour on Octo-
lic observers, the diplomatic use attendance will be asked to
corps accredited to the Holy of the Roman Curia to a "great threefold act of Archbishop Joseph P, Hurley extended others of the Spanish delegation. At ber 4. Requests for press accreditation recite it in their own language.

See, the press and thousandsof which we owe so much gratitude love; for God, for the Church warm greetings to all of his the extreme right, background, is total nearly 400. The Mass will be within the
) Priests, Religious and lay. for its effective help." and for humanity. guests at the laying of the cornerstoneof Monsignor James J. Heslin, Foundation In addition to the interestof framework of the papal visit

The Pope, who has announced Pope Paul then turned his the great Cross which Is being builtin president. Standing next to himis the general public, another to the UN. The UN Hag will
men.Most factor is that the PopeI ill
his intention to reform thoughts toward the Bishopsand
of the papal speechwas
be near the altar to represent
St. Augustine at the Mission of Mrs. Howard Lee who
devoted to an analysis of and reorganize the Ro- Catholics in countries per. accompaniedher be in an area having the all member nations. Other
the nature of a council in man Curia, the general officesin secuting the Church. "Not a Nombre de Dios by the St. Augustine husband, the Rev. Howard Lee of largest single concentrationof decorations also will emphasize -

terms of its significance for Rome which carry out the few of those who ought to Foundation. Among those receiving Flagler Memorial Presbyterian Church, Catholics in the nation- the theme of the Pope's
the Church and for the world. work of governing the universal have taken their places with personal greetings from the Archbishop to the :5 s o'clock ceremony on Wednes nearly 72 million in New Visit

The Pope noted he had de. Church, pointed out to you, venerable brothers, have were, from left, foreground, Mayor day of last week. There were five York, northern New Jersey After the Mass, the Pope
liberately avoided discussing the Bishops that just as they been unable to accept our invitations Fernando Suarez del Villar of AvilesIn Protestant ministers and their wives and southern Connecticut. will depart for Rome-ending

matters yet to be acted on by need a diocesan curia to as. because they are unjustly Spain, U.S. Senator George Sma- in attendance from St. Augustine In the cathedral, which a grueling day in which differences -
the council. sist them "so we too always prevented from torn- there; in the background, Spanish Ambassador churches. holds 5000 persons and will be in time zones will
"As you see, venerable need the Curia for ing," he said. Alfonso del Val and opened to the public before have seen him on the go 29
brothers, we have not touchedon carrying out our apostolic responsibihtes. "This is an indication of the Merry the Pontiffs arrival, the Pope straight hours.Nuclear .
." which in nota will bless the congregationfrom
any of the themes which dire oppression -- -- -- --- -
will be submitted to examina Following announcementsby few countries weighs upon the main altar,
tion by this assembly," he the council's secretary the Catholic Church and with Destruction and He then will walk to the arms
said. "Our silence has been general, the Pope left his cold I calculation aims at tragedyare rear of the church to view a for Council
deliberate. It is to be inter. throne and walked out of the stifling and suppressing her." life,size statue of Pope Pius sot

preted as a sign of our un basilica. lie caught his close MI and leave the edifice bya discussion
While his and thecouncil's
willingness to compromise by aides off balance hen he sending terrace on 501 ti Street,
any words of ours your free. waved away the portable affection to the oppressed hurricane's aftermathBy where he will be in view of ST. LOllSC(: ) -- Joseph
dom of opinion with regard to throne that had been readiedto Pope Paul declared thousands of persons in Cardinal Ritter of St Louis
that "this council will Indeed
the matters to be presentedto carry him out. Swiss remain firm and unambiguous whereabouts nor the health of neighboring skyscraper of said here he 'is giving "serious

>ou." Guards and prelates of the in matters dealing with ;M\V OKLKANS: : (NC) -- The aftermath of Hurricane her children. Yet she pitchedin fices.In consideration" to speaking
Then he spoke of the Pope's Immediate householdhad mid afternoon, the Pope out at the ecumenical
sug right doctrine, Betsy, one of the most powerful storms ever to bat. and was described as the
gestion that a senate of Bishops to hastily reform in frontof ter Louisiana's Gulf Coast, developed into tragedy best kitchen worker at St will leave for the United Nations council's: fourth session
a more
be formed to assist the him when he abandonedthe "Toward those however, furious than the storm's James Major School in New He will/ speak to the against the use or stockpiling
Pope in guiding the Church. traditional portable throneBible who by blind antireligious soon after the tragedy The Orleans where she had been general I assembly. It Is of nuclear weapons
I prejudice and unjustified opposition 140-mile-an-hour winds. faces of the refugees are sent during evacuation. She thought his address will/ be "The \people' of the world
her The most destructive tempest given in French and be about are just scared to death he
cause so much solemn faces of tragedy. They was reunited with her children
suffering the Church, Insteadof In this state's history don't fully believe their later 30 minutes long. commented In an interview
condemning, will entertain moved rapidly into South stories themselves. before leaving for Rome
Louisiana at night (September yet tarllcr: In Miami, consider Like almost all .f the papal
feelings only of love. f'or
9)) after sweeping across Roger Davis a father of 10, able damage Inflicted/ day In New York, the address People try te Justify nuclear
i them she will and
: pray-yes Miami and the Florida Keys. told of holding onto three of Catholic properties In the dlo- will/ be carried on tfle\IIlua. weapon by saying that
inspired with love we will all
his children during the hectic they would only b.. used la a
pray that God may show them In the frantic hours that flooding and watching help. rue by the hurricane After his remarks, the Pontiff \limited war, but wt all knew

r that same mercy which we followed, an estimated :30000( lessly as two otht'rsI ere Heavily hit by the storm will meet IN officials things could gel out of hand."
implore for ourselves. For all persons either made their swept away His wife was In and delegates at a reception
of us may it be love alone that way to safety or were taken the hospital at the time expecting was Immaculata LaSalle High land concert in his honor at Cardinal flitter noted the
School located
prevails." from boat and on Biscayne the of argument of those who claim
rooftops by ) their ne\mt\ addition. Bay in Miami's southeast headquarters the international
sec that the existence of nuclear
helicopters( body
'l'hereI ere stories too. of tion. The entire property was
Officers'seminar courage and strength like five feet under seawiter The As his final major public weapons Is helping to keep
Most of the fast rising waters the peace' by deterring potential
hit in east New Orleans Mr Julia Fountain, a motherof parking lot of the school was event he will travel to Yankee ,

I planned for HNS and adjoining St Bernard nine partly destroyed and partly Mall Stadium for to. offer a low 'But aggressors is it*"' h. asked, "I
.. / Ir parish (county) where hundreds From Thursday until Saturday under six to eight inches of peaceThe wonder if it is even moral to

of suburban homes are she knew neither the sand and rock Pope will celebrate stockpile nuclear bombs.

If r deanerySept,19JUKSONVILLE located, -

: : M 0 n. Damage to Catholic L
t signor James J. lleslm, churches and schools in the .
-f deanery spiritual director, invites archdiocese of New Orleans
1 officers of the St. Augustine alone was expected to run Into .
Deanery of Holy millions. At least three Catholic
Name Societies! to attend the 'hul''hcsoooone) at New Or. A

officers' seminar on September leans, one at Reserve, :30 I( all
19.Jllhn. miles to the north, and one at 1/
Garvvllle, about 10( miles k
C. Delhi, deanery e
north of Reserve were de. r
for new library president, announced that the stroyed.
seminar will be conducted at
Holy Rosary Church, Jacksonville It appeared that some '
Rev. T, Newton Wise of the First Methodist N+
from 1 to 4 ,m. schools would be Inoperablefor
Church in St. Augustine, left, presents a Holy p several weeks (alholle la".e.r

Bible with ornamental binding to Father James .... Theme of the day Is "A school In the New Orleans 1,
Glockler, chaplain to Archbishop Joseph P. Hur. man's mind stretched by a archdiocese were to be cloned ar"j

Icy. The presentation was made as part of the new idea can never go backto lit leant a \lfC'''. Some were

cornerstone ceremony for the great Cross hichthe its original: dimension" itill caring for evacuees
(Holmes). Moderators for the :
Diocese will erect on the site of the nation's To
provide more
seminar are William R. Ally n, :
Christian beginnings. !St. Paul. Jacksonville Beach, care for refugees, a "refugee

Clyde King, Holy Rosary, city" for 15,000 to I3t Jacksonville; Frank Tassone sons was being set up for an a'
"M I R-A-C L E" also of St. Paul's; and JamesJ. indefinite period at the U S. t '
Eighth: District Naval Base ) (i t
Lotion McAuliffe, president of the m r '
diocesan Union of Holy Name New Orleans had been
Especially recommended comfort due to dry scaly shin, FUNGUS infection of the member of St. Margaret ..r,'
hands, eels. EARS, ATHLETE'S foot. PSORIASIS rash, Mary parish, Winter Park. ago.To describe the ''rt'fUlf'erity"
prickly hilt chef nq, end sunburn. Gives a loft velvet tike Holy Rosary Church Is located as a city of hope wouldbe
ttiturt. $1.25. J
Money refunded if not leflifted. at 41st and Hrentwood a poor choice of words this

Streets, Jacksonville.OOOOOOOOOOOOOP. ,. ,
--- Negro Priests servingin ..-.or. -

U. S. total 161 Folk dancers from for I
II\VST. LOUS. MlKluip- Aragon perform guests

pi (\C-ln: ) the last six yeas Prior to the ceremony of the distil:gujheJ r\r the VIJwL .,
guettts PITA "
:a cf '
the number of Negro Priests :e Aragm' .1; i a fas
dedication of the cornerstone of of Nombre de Dios were enter- been at the
serving in the United States entertaining \ ji: fa
has risen from 91 to 161. The the great Crow in St. Augustinelate tamed by a performance of folk the Spanish Pavilion at the W ri
.4 disclosure came from a survey in the day of September 8, the dancing. The group from the Fair in New York Qty
conducted by the Divine
Word tie..
The survey also showed SCHOOLSAcademy
AT that IS Negroes will be ordained
b to the Priesthood this

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