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 24, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
notis - ADA7571
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00091
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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iLFtoridaC : Council- \ supports j.i.rfFUHy libertyof

.. thotc:: t;j religion by large vote

Ry James (', O'Neill1'ATICAN the necrctarlale' for PromolIng obligation. or that he thereby liberty has two restrictions:

Christian lnily.I hleb"Ill hecomei independent" of the moral and juridical When ex
CITY NC) A historic of
( the
meeting consideration the of GoJ" Individuals
VOI. \\\ :'\1'. 47 Orlando, Florida, Friday September 21 I. 19M lOo ecumenical council voted overwhelmingly to to give to authority ercuing their freedom
present recom mendattoni a d v a n c "Such liberty gives no Individual are bound in the

the world & definitive document affirming man's civil ed in the course of the debate the right to equate! moral order to respect the

right to religious freedom. truth and falsehood! nor does rights of others. Juridically

In St. Augustine The vote was taken on September after five' days of The schema will then come it mean he hat no obligationto the civil society Is entitled to

debate on the subject by 62 council Father and was a up en the floor again, but acquire correct Ideas on rellglon self\ protection: against abuses

special vote proposed by the council's board of modern there I In nil longer the slight-\ : or that he can decideon that occur under the guise of

tors. The Fathers at the 132nd general council meetingwere rut doubt that the final vote hn own whether or not he religion liberty

Irish Cardinal to asked to vote on the question: will be equally (favorable. will serve God or In what re"'. Public order "dcmandi the
IiKIon: and In what manner, proper safeguarding/ of a
"Do the Fathers judge that the N''lfItut) on religious Thunderous applause greeted the summary aayi public peace," adequate protection .

liberty can nerve as a basis for a dl'linitidl"Clara. the announcement which "The of of public morality and

tion which ill be perfected in the light of the Catholic left no doubt whatsoever! ,"concept It continue,rellglnunliberty "leave the (peaceful and effective' prolection .

dedicate teaching on the true religion and according to obscnvtions shout the true sentiments nf Intact the Catholic teaching of equal rights<< for' all

CathedralST. proponed by Fathers during! the' discussions and the (great majority of the .n one true religion and one ritiirns This order I li 10

which will be approved later according to the regulationsof council Fathers They thus true Church Itf IhrM." necessary for society ai a

the council?" gratefully acknowledged' that whole that any art In grave

At'I'STINF; : William Cardinal this gratifying! result was With that said, the dm-u oonfliit Ilh it must he repressed -
Archbishop methodi and
Conway ing pastoral The answer to the question win resounding; Of the
mainly due to Pope Paul, who ment goes: on tn stale that on the summary says" ,
of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland has American parochial schools 2222:: Fathers voting!:, 1W7 said yes<. 221& said no, and one all along had Ironlly'or'' the bans of reason and revelation "
Lat IVc-rmhrr he led the "Thk of religion
graciously accepted the invitation of Archbishop vote was null. ed of this schema "in religious matters
Joseph Irish delegation: to the International "nal mlct.\rnllnn of Pope acceptance no the summary continue, "can
T. Hurley, Bishop of St Augustine, to dedicate the reno Eucharistic: lJnlTu: On the strength of this ballot r'1'I, the s<'h.m.I ill now but had not wanted to Interfere one should be forced to actor not !be forcefully Interfered

\ated Cathedral of St. Augustine, the historic church 01Amerlc in Bombay India. taken following the per be returned to iti sponsor, had had with their the debate say. until all cording be prevented lit hia conscience from acting inprivate with by public authority tin-

disturbs the
less the
'. oldest parish. The dedication ceremony will tt Th Pontiff resolutely stepped or in public" always public grace practice tlnlalet publlf

take place during the quadricentennial year, at a date jet t In only after the courseof within due limiti morality or Impinges on the
; This\ right: "nullt t be'
to be specified.The events In the past few days rrcognlted rights of otheri."
had shown that the same In :the structure' of civil

Chancery in St Augustine received the ntwm this arguments pro and con were society as a right which all In outlining the theoretical

week from Rome, where the prelates are attending theSecond constantly being repeated( men and all irligtous/ groups foundations, for religious liberty

General I Council of t a r may legitimately claim" And the schema relies heavily

ceremonies lie had assumedthe r The Pope sew will\ be able the safeguarding of this right: on reason, although eitcnulve

the Vatkan. pot.loralft'e/ in 17W I* undertake alt peace mil- II l the responsibility of Individual support U drawn from Scrip" *

The date hai not jet turn when Father llaseett left forNew 'P 1rr skin to the fulled Nation riturim and public anthoi tare and tradition

set for the ceremony since it Orleans. The chum h became a 'itiei. according tn the It seems clear\ from the
the Cathedral of St. Air against l the background of Ibis mode lo eaih,"' the
depends on the completion of a proper summary that the emphaiiila '
the work on the old Cathedral gvdme in 1WO when the Diocese + historic' I derlnlos *f the ummarv. states placed on the practical

one of the notable undertak was erected. f world'i 'Ithhopi wh strongly ,.hI.ummarv of the. dmni.

ins of the Church during this The tragic fire of 1M7 de- nphrlrl the liberal Catholicponlllnn bent taints! out (hat religioui nt'IIIII' bark page

*xnh anniversary )t'ar in H stroked the interior of the St.Aueatine s nf the freedom ofronwlrnee

Augustine;: Cathedral but left and wvrihlp.The. N.Y./ plannedfor
Cardinal Onwiy'i visit to the four walls Intact It fell to meeting

the historic parish In St Augustine the I W of another Irish born ecumenical coinult'i

it tspeciatty appreciated Priori, the second Bishop of draft document on rrligmui

here, became a. I Ireland !St; Augustine Bishop John Puberty will proclaim. right: Pope and President

'I foremost ,prelate, Mspretence Moore to restore' the hitnnc of every man tn wnrihip according ,

will\ underline the! Cathedral During the summer to the' dictates of hit 1'resldent R Johnson .
\\ .\vIN|| : (JTfN) (IN( ) I.vndon
work of his cwwrtrymtfl In following the' fire, Buhop own ron'It'nl', free from 4
will meet Pope Paul VI In New York October ,
building<< the Spanish" t'IIIIrMIln Moore went on a tour of the coercion'\ "hy any human pow
i the White House' has snnouneel.Plana .
the Oldest City In the t'nlted northern cities and preachedat er"It
for the meeting of Pop l'aullln,1 the President
States five end often 'It i Masses deilaren that this right, ,
each !Sunday. beaming ,lunrtifor both for Individual and re which had been exacted sine this announcement earlier

It as< due I.! the Inipirallonand hn beloved Cathedia':, 1 llgioiia group li based on the! this month that the Polo| was coming,/ addrrsn the Unit.
labor of two Irish mlttanirlet *- which he had substantial ed Natlona dinclosnl While Mouse .
restored very dignity of human nature were : by press secretaryDill
Is Spaslth Florida bv' the end of ISM at known by reason and revelation. Moyers last weekend
hit the !panlkh government: I Pwpe will\ fit directly t I.. the
Wans for the! present renoation Therefore civil' socle
President Johnson will to
acquired the property and A go airport the paper ...Id.AI .
\ have been M the making ties and Individual have a
.hull the church: rather !Miguel New York October 3 for a dinner
for more than a dmade.As i corresponding/ ablliation to the Vatican Council h.-.
sd Father 'sou
with UN Ambassador Arthur

rte work now" progresses' respect and Insure Hi ewer fore buslneis got underway,

Theme Haiielt. another Ir1Ih born Ameriran At ening, of Vatican Council Cle ( fJ4UII'r, ,. Ha will stay the. council<< secretary grneral -

Father 0'Ftetllv sag burn<< mIstnglord Priest is in charge Monslgnor op Miscuasfiin of the revlieil overnight and meet the Pope An'hblinop "I'encls Fellcl -

and served a* a John I* Burnt Cathedral, pea \ 'text was the tint Item on' the the neat dayMeanwhile annoumeil that Pnpa Paul
Croaicr In hand, pope Pa'". 11 w' h -f tt-.e' C in' II! the "|lining, nf Chili
chaplain to Spanish troop In tow He was horn m Rlaraev, fourth aeeolon'i busy afend. has chosen an mlei, nation*
'flllilnIt \ .. Council II the Vatican
Cardinal Otlavianl. irft, and ("dm ,
Cuba and the Pabamai before Count) (Cord on Worth IT, The acheina, averted that reHtMHM al group i>t Cardinal' tn ae
hn appointment. to M A* MMI J..rrallfl', passes amo|g the t'alhfrl flrf>lrmber II.coortion liberty! "duet not Imply City daily iOs.."atora TU company him im his flight

(oust liltnoth thai man has nit rebginus main has pllbU. ".1 what They are Amletit Cardinal
I I.* the munih U tame, he --- -- -
hf and Father Haaaett Vatican. sources describe asa Clrognanl, Italian horn' papal
alit notice' to guide the
ordained at the tecrrtary of slate F'reui.!
were relief dcbaleCouncil 'ilill UAttfNrlal" schedul
reiurall and heaullfirsll' Religious liberty
of lash Nobles Salamanca, barn Eugene: Cardinal Tolerant
the Visit
.f the hltlnrle edifice .. thatH 'for Pope'l"
Spain hMm of the College!! nf'
.III' be fitting monument
In 1761. Father Ha *ett a After' adilrriiliig the irnrrsi Cardinals' : Oregono Pirtro
sat apfioinled/ ( vtrerlo of Fast during the ...h"l ",) f'..* Fathers various standscn SMtmhly at l.M.: "'*,. Cardinal. A| flanlan of the
brallos which beas I. St.sgustine .
Florida and peter of St. AnguMwe express "foul. "lll meet all delegates Human" Curia, who saw formerly
.( i.
Almost. Imm.duteiv' perinallr, l'Oiifrval. Its- Armenian rita patnar-
wen the hope III'l '" (Chun In rontrad.l Joseph Cardinal
after hn arrival. Father H.. John Cardinal I)'Alton IVi- !SenkeVATICAN' mass IIld.Alfhnulh, nf 'ilk-la and burn In wiiat, li
left notified Governor Manuel mate of All Ireland died M ( m Biohopa from all iwila' of th,- and the worM. fringe of Cologne, Germany, now the Soviet, t'ninn' Ni; -

de t Tespedes ot the inadequate. February I. I'M Hit sucres- world showed tbemselve In wide dssgreement over the He sold the" schema waihasod Mid he! 'found the document rumor would ptralitod estomlhia man Cardinal, iilroy of i'S\' >t-
brratbei the nf thel that Ihs Pop
facilities for offering Mass Inc, Archbishop Conway, aielevated theological' boats of religious liberty on the ecumenical' aolldly on the teochmtiof << sprit nay Australia (' IF din i .1 l
the fhurrh and aided, "although l lord and refleiti/ the spirit. of visit for it le.,t MI. day,
The Pried requested. that a to the College. of Car. dMMctl'a week-tone debate on the revised test of the that his > | ; Antonio ( animalCaggtano
1M fiMpel However, !he sop (be JIIIHtd| o .
I renowned
suitable rhnrrh be built sad dusts. tkli Paul am asa of, Muetuii Alftll
year by Pope OMtftdl I declaration the subject.Throe "
proposed on tested a number of thangesla pa''lUll Is athaduM. for about .
I know that
that the furasba.gs winchhad \ 1 phtloasfhsr. l e..r Cardinal lint III"'I '1"1"
been taken to Havana 1A' << opfwt* ng the document gave variety of rs every right finds id fotmdaimn improve the schema. II p m on tile same day harrives set( l Uurean Cardinal Higambwa .-
in17W 12. MM Kmiavnce i. the the J.. Cardinal) Hitler fll whlrh will bring him
would ,
But feared that comfromlae eph
be returned Years anna chiefly they w a truth And r........ '"f Hwkoba, 'I lan/anis,
voMfsot mow .M modern lassie said oval' of the' hark to liorn about 11 I JI) !Ihs
elapsed' before, the new Catholic Church claim to be ta* OM true Church. Others liberty is. "bawd on truth and St tw'' Africa
limas to preside I is the sttctent
Church wa begun The plans objected to baatac IN,,'. right to reUsjions tocsins on works for the good of IlK a.ty'Int document Is demanded In Mat morning Tho Poodff'i ,",.lInl sigh!
See of M Patrtrk A native fIf1WIf. charity, juatire and eonaitlenr Hhr details III. IM trip "Inilmk
the the of lo challenge the dorumoot t'roswtMit. Johnson will' t>. the
were approved by Ipaojahling .... the sand. of MM Hdl dignity man. and the schema will '' Urn d.p.rtur.ram
Fmtl: Cardinal r third .between I' s r""
.ra Iris and Father Hesleit we a
dens Cardinal Cn"ayrtiatwd Nary two speeches' In all .be heUrful M the Mesa for Is demomM by chaffy. Ham Oct.l>er 4 at I ;M a m ,
drew is* a hit of the for the Priesthood and. safe glvea on die raUctajus CbrteUM awty .nd arameairol Itolllsl of Palermo Italy afroajMeit he said bra.. It Is nwasisry aboard M.. Alitalia. )jet arriving. dint and, a Pops !loot" the

furnishings required car .,.... at Maysostlt 'aVrty s.hort an the reused rstoUoaiCardMol aa Baker at rwimilmoeUags to do semetiibMf for thos in New York about W I m. throe "prevMNi meetings w. ton

Collefe After years ....... too. The Moving w a sum. Holigioui liherlvhe from prrr; Horn. They sere between)
she re
1791. FatherR.RIy are sulforiai
laprlt. .llman noted I amid, must not .be ...,.,at Woodrow Wilson and I',-,>.'oRmedkt
(1 blessed the alcal with M.)..... a* a professor awry of many of the apeaclyI'rswir UgMus raeriitian It is emannVd After meeting authorities' st
rorerralase that the scheme shows that oa ,..... Ha moral foundalHtst XV In Ol'i r f'. : tP
and tbe, nark ass nf thtotoo and IOSMIlav es by Juste I.t make 'ibo airport. M will !HI driven .
.. .
Church not ronflHtwith J "
the u M The Mate aa a stale hat anobHtatasn Kisrahower' 'AIII'n" '1XXIII
he became auxiliaryHtakay ( Cartfiaal/ !>I..p* m.aof do.m. Now York
begs.. the stale seal warned .. to worship lied beCalMg ,.,..,..$. for post art through m in lt* and. .,..tH1 fKena4y
of Armagh m 1M. Isaasstt New York awrlarod he aav among whlrh there ran be lo M "'"'It'll', tathodral.hers : .
( oottrvtrtios wee slow. ami C....... D A"o*. whoM proved the achema. very that a rejertMM or repeal reviawn staid.. found actions aghast te free- .. he It ,1f'C1.t lo arrive and. rnp'o'' Pam] mfcit

It ass sot MM December I. then M Hr siicc e4e4 the seemly He M4 that .....y of the aatyoaart as it the toorhmg IJt Pope dora of others which hsve .had about 'soonI'upe ..

177' that te oaadrongularchunk tardiest. .. the lUtt ArrK. mated. u united m wantinglo ...... might give spa to lo X III. "he noted that, religmn an almost" offx'ml, approval Paul will .U staying' Mr Johnson met Pop J hqIn

1. feet .long and 42 ........ of At..... in ...... give full rerogftrtioa lo. the doubt about the Ckurth un\ rae "hela 1 tae itale even (Cardinal Hitter lomliHM .t the retidowo oC traml I''H, whoa. he was M'"*

fet wide. was salemnh. de li ber Ifatholdss Agmtv <>f the human personHie Snit ID this (pnere In the temporal' order and reminded )by earning that If the toiim.il ordinal spellrnan l>,..Mlmt7he

rated It wan the most plaice frequent tmti InMirnpr a hrma hf..1d an'. '" ./".' *. fjtorihie .a. tie ) his bearer thai "I'opeI'nn 'II" l In > iriive the rrlifiraiililMfiv White "Haute 'pt.mew
hue h the .. Itkkar4tarrftsal I ,linmb> *| | the M... fee peace ,Is 1'aa' ate m r le.da.Te < anliital' < '... .) ha !two need. nt modern \\n\r\ 'I"( 'e h ? (Vxlxfi i mneil ilhntlr h. umenl. ..e run
pastor lather oRViItt, \ ,,i'(M '''" < niinlr lie Sped ,. efv man he ..irf mu,1 l I .bine, **" Irr.n' "'air' ..ff tram n kn; .n ,in Ire Mi
efineted. at the deduNoe' I I.rl n( 1t\]! : in lh.. I I" t ttivtv be "fret from e rrlofm nf' h) f*". >rg tor aMme ." hn XNHH|| | nf F.Iran hilt ll.. bark page that etfolsf, after which. the wets .rdl l being ..ir .11t "eat,

I Early end of Council forecast after Holy Father announces Bishops'synod IRy

I r, PWU 4..rdae f) w R The eUjbakkmeri fit the move. eeaMMltr. aaaamg theIradMsMalMU .... .been growing M modern. per cent of the synod Maisnmk pr.*pest I I. lalimal'ly. related' the ( hunch sill! apply al only in hill', But, I their tettt 1ad: 1

.UIC'\S UtCI I "... of |tHk.,. bad bees times to an eatoat no one .badseres rsbHi will !lot spooiai. .U ,II. ref rm of Ike R.ma* tertlriliy but alto k..fl/.Mtly .- ha>,, hen revised' the ;:,'gist

The goal rtf an *f the ( MerlTi prlsMleote ... at the or evsstja com ed by the Pos- -uV rest to be reds that "Pope Pail, himselfa.marrd | This will /be fell iH Ik. irf prevlnu debate and>i' > toi
arty eucrgdul e hen ever ajar. peko .. ,In Imp the Km haIdssh' freely rfjam by the varwn o. V4ember. tl. Cs, 4... .U tae pariah. |lesel.. i it "jiMlifietl' hope thai i' '.
omrhanoei. nf their .WV .toad firmly VMMOTBWe adft i rilIn .... Me ef his prlorlpaleonrer cut, not engage i'ii -.-i'> >', ilover
>. XXIII: esHH for lilt "ep the' heron VnUea lien aalloajal I eearot>ol ronler t a
lab es now bear. within .< the assflksruy ofshaaswrsls It asrsrd'sd be stressed that
i ir ''
nspreae uareaennahl'r i I '>
st. .Ne.1| the .hM .beawn. IISMjfcea **. igper
"t ag laser < the ........ this win hove a hornet. *fSMMarfartb
reach the Fathers tart theKnameajatoJ bete _a It Mat*-
tilt C....".. a mWy flu. trenal Inward aLm.erNk
of aV (,beech wksrb.. reto idea a* well
Cbsjarl Kelevaat pleas, mansare
iiafoarH Tilt prtartele of a alogte otnrlawo of the nit also. applies t. the
tn have sssMwth. aaiaasai It wa a nave Oat owe fA ttw. fee ocean! Yatw pt'w.r4 .b*..irte ..4kr.ly ..It.f ., ..* dkuerb ,.,....." rktar True. rtfntft Is be made pub The. new. climate,....,...)of iretNr eatsmreaam the Hbema" m 'Ihvinr I:, II
Mnw u. in by
was to more
the C' 4
oonril 1 I' he been vMk
faun the' rrry" lint day at a oMal.rasxb..limra U l'''- e lee nearly raw pears all these. eMsiatrs mast belatsflissil I. ahnady e awed sod the lay apniioU'-' I toMM
clearly the i ash.arty ethe Count il will aaaort evennwxe
the CuworiTa fusjrta aen- eupresa MI rid thaw bi gained a a'. atprelob bsib. > by the Pose, a.dw out by stSKMl. duly gsila with the .aft resMMMtf its r aIhe
sa rofanty aof Sissblp
dwe_. me aMcb was I aVe twtrse atbar move
If the .
sm>o .......... $vsekat. Me rrfarms our..... law ,ta .sne* It ". ad.pli.e Ivtfe el format.Peie, scar.hnv .CM .'oexeoo aMwitf .,H ,billow to lsn>lsmen< Ihetoliefial prap.eoi' on reltgjona ...,., OM dealm ,".. n
\ rMi". all the heiitatlnmawl 'the CetMril i* adnmgwen main to .......... She. rom tvfwlative power prmri *r The <'OMIii !bean ........ CbrittUMS end *,
to' Prier .d .... Ps'ser, .Mb tots but
a ," Mil only, Ihe will be chats I* lad im i n> '1
tretneWiion chins had to be traenUtH aM* h. Mil" sf the Chtsrrh aftnrtt eten alter M hot adpwrsH > Net m aurmia .
au. as w blU.....,. the till fa a'
way > e rough "
been" MlJl't...* etevg the t. Mg- head has boas) fsrmh. ceaTV > The serif tyaod.sta altMut" will Mill b able,. lofaOssrrth the I.,..,. schema en INChianh
tonal betoeeei HM MoasowduappearH Rap Pairs eisa.vara.npst abatd ? roosMsasMaMa are to .h.. srwodsast abedetitig alaciManWhat the Pusm Imp awatekM ia Ihs. modaia ...... The "..... '/1'al"l'
sf lb. FMherte caMseJlJtie hafojaM. aaat will 4ssywd .. whop doia witt awl "bet b> .plea ..... :&.* M. 'a
a Hw CaMscU aa4 .
tog woretietmj catfbt lawe at MM feeeses wanly a. .. eye sour OH .
wfeei pvew Pair \lta .b by ....... alfcant Vatxu Cnascf was '....>(> ...ia.|> MM tanasjoM sad peoad _.watt I7 tale s staid whether. a Misty tot tam el sU ..< ranssii .Msw M atoms ..,..,. and faced. has has -''>n' lei it>''yMlieetvi

)M .tx'ass g speed .*4e lour, the Qftsaig of .. s- aat>rUM snarftK of p .erbv power sill entirety ..s.n the historic annnias_.n.a< of ud. sasi b tossd r.po.tedasa the Rl..Si wAthe *... > ... ....... s ,.....,. a I asatmmewi. bad assert worM .,... will hen twin al. edit propnali l are t.>.M eIn the worM .M""' '! ::11' "t!
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.4 h........ to -Uiir > ... loss < "i I t> .."... KknuKh ..> t4.SI I'Hrf" la .'- _.,.,..1 In 14 .1.....". ,. litri. 4 d'iso .u <*i'iOflK-)1."h there ilia ",It Ir.l, II( '. 'I're' 'he I ""-(U ,il I t ass'" '' i .i' ,ha'l'.aiw : >r

ti. 'yy.uil'h' ..o ata i.rar.u l tlil there a Isah.p )M ....,drft < Lilac t,4'I a1 l/e" flip "",,..d.05 lit- 'n 'he, may lie i .>.s by

u:.. tbe l .... If' .., 4 '.yea ass *w '<... u aw k a Wife goverMueat .h. tltar' Ilse ,.r) let t'.I.q ) These la .. Wbl,. ta.4 Ibt Picas ... M *......", la i're'0S .el a I t4 IJ, .. ... J I hr..tniaa.po .


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First conversations held I I Holy Name Banner I

THE Diocesan Union i of

1 Holy Name Societies' 37th

by Catholics, OrthodoxWORCESTER Rq annual convention is set for c James J.

L.un October 30-31 in Tampa The L .I. McAuliffeerles

Massachusetts (XC) Roman Catho. i Flondan Motor Hotel will be

lice! and Orthodox held a day of "exploratory" discussion the convention headquarters 1 "S

here last week, the first ecumenical encounter betweenthe I Executive chairman is Diocesan
P. Hensel our second President
two on a national level in the United States. Charles .
vice.president and chairmanIs .IL S
The Catholic delegation was a subcommission of the A Gregory D. Gracv. West

U.S. Bishops' Commission for Ecumenical Affairs. It was Coast Deanery president.

led by Bishop Bernard They are now working en are holding their fanralllf'
Athrnagoras of Istanbul In the
Flanaga of Worcester.The plans! with Monsignor Harold and these give you the
Holy Land the first encounter
Orthodox body represented F Jordan spiritual director opportunity to manifest your
between the heads of the two
the Ecumenical Com communions in the centuries, of the HNS: The execute Faith la your home area.

mission of the Standing Con. i board and their committeeswill Those who cannot travel to

ference of Orthodox Bishops The initiative for the Won provide you with an Inspiring Tampa should certainly at.

of the Americas. It was led cester meeting was taken by -I and informative con tend the deanery rallies. The
by Archbishop lakovos of New the conference of Orthodox i vention of which details will Central Deanery rally opens

York chairman of the standIng Bishops. It stems from an be announced soon. Make with Mass at St. Paul's in

conference.The agreement at the most recent Epiphany of Our Lord parish, Tampa, welcomes SistersFather your plans now and arrange Leesburg at 10.30 a.m. Mass

setting was St. Spyrid- Rhodes Conference, which is with the officers and members will be celebrated at Assume

cn'i Greek Orthodox Church an assembly of Orthodox Philip A. Bardeck in the parish assisted! in arrangingfor dent; Sister M. Fulginette O.S.F., of your society to have tion Church in Jacksonvillefor

here. Each communion tent Bishops from around the C.SS.R., right, pastor of Epiphanyof the reception. Among those receiving Sister M. Leroy 0.S.F., Sister Ii!. the best attendance ever the St. Augustine deanery

12 representatives world branches, to encourage of the Orthodox national Our Lord parish in Tampa recently guesta were from left, Father DePadua 0.S.F., Mrs. Julie McDer. Remember, this Is the HNS rally.

For both bodies, It was an Church to arrange theological presented the Bernardine George Kelly C.SSIt., Mn. mott, Guild president; and Sister annual public demonstration The St. Augustine deanery

expansion of ecumenical en.agement. discussions with local Catholic Sisters to parishioner The Guild George Johnson, Guild vice-presi. H. Candida O.S.F., principal ef dedication to the Holy conducted a most informativeand

leaders. Name of Jesus and Is therefore inspiring training pro

-- the most Important date gram for parish societies on
The Catholic Bishops' com
the parish Societies have all Sunday, September 19 at Holy
mission whose overall chair.
Asks NCCWto ,'ur. Rosary school, Jacksonville.
man Is Lawrence Cardinal Florida
Chehan of Baltimore, has Catkollc{ Evervone of us needs to answer John Deihl deanery presIdent

engaged 1 n conversations r this roll call. In addition Bill Allyn chairman

through subcommissions with expand to the inspiration and ex and moderator and Clyde

Lutherans, Episcopalians and Largo St. Petersburg Orlando Sarasota ample you will give you will King, Frank Tassone Maurice .
Johnnie Montgomery
the United Presbyterians in ST. PATRICKSt. BISHOP BARRY ST. CHARLES QUEEN OF MARTYRSMiss receive innumerable benefits Atwood.
Mussleh did
the U.S.A. The Orthodox are Patrick parish Mother's Bishop Barry High School Sixteen "newcomers" were Carol R. Moore a useofcharityPACIFIC from the exercises, panels and Nail
well in organizIng
engaged in a continuing theological Women's Guild will hold a extended a most cordial welcome member of St. Martha parish, and addresses. exceptionally
dialogue with the Epis Club Is sponsoring a luau on rummage sale on September to the St. Charles Parish was the guest speaker at the GROVE Callfor- Every Holy( Name man In and carrying out the program -.

copalians.The October 2 at the Lagoon: Motel 25 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the high Council at their first meeting September 13 meeting of Our ala (NC) Simple charity is the West Coast area should which included workshops

one-day session was in Clearwater Beach. Swim. school, 6333 9th Avenue North. of the season held on September Lady Queen of Martyrs Guild. no longer enough to demonstrate plan on being present for the for each office. It was

the spirit of the renewed ming facilities will be avail. The sale will continue on September 16 Miss Moore Is a member of concern for fellow men celebration of Holy Mass on evident from the discussionsand

friendship between Catholicsand able. The luau will begin at 27 and 28 at 929 Baum Mrs Ray Olech, the program the International voluntary the president of the National Sunday and the parade preceding notes taken that the men

Orthodox on the interna Avenue North St. Petersburg chairman conductedthe services. She recently return Council of Catholic Women You will receive detailed present received a vast
tional level. 6 p.m. Tickets are available has said here. information later when amount of information and
meeting with "put a little ed from Jordan where she
in the parish hall or be to lead and
may HOLY FAMILY but are now prepared
completed resolve
plans are
fun into life" theme. held for
a teaching
The most significant of the obtained by calling Mrs. Di The Women's Guild of Holy your Mrs. Marcos Kllch told an now to make this a truly develop more successful societies
Monsignor Charles A. Bartok two years under the United
International NCCW Institute that "modernpoverty
encounters was Domenico, 584-1812. The will .
proceeds family parish a
sponsor inspiring display that Christ
spoke briefly explaining Nations Relief Agency.
the January, 1964 meeting of will benefit the school dessert card party on September Is Dot the same poverty has first place in our hearts All societies were strongly
much can be accomplished by Mrs. Calvin LaHurd Guild
Pope Paul VI and Patriarch library. 25 from 1 to 4:30: p.m. which was blessed In the and lives. urged to make use of the following
the group. president, announced that the "
Sermon the Mount.
Donation\ one dollar For 01 available from Na.
nursery has resumed opera. On October 10th !both the SI.
further information contact ST. JAMES tonal Headquarters of the
.i tion at the school hall every "We no longer hold such a Augustine and Central desa-
Mrs. Richard Langedyke at Plans are being made by order Holy/ Name Society. 141 East
view social
Sunday morning during the 9 static of ,
'\ 425-7939. Mrs. Robert Rowell, presidentof o'clock Mass. she said. Priest to aid NCWC 65 Street New York 10021.

(!J The annual spaghetti dinner St. Elizabeth Guild, and "Our modern" experiencetat from whom you can also obtain
members of her board the Family Life Bureau book and
_ I r a' will be held on September 26 for EustisST. taught us that change Is a complete
,; from 2 to 7 p.m. The dinner annual covered dish supper Inevitable and that we must NEWARK (NC) Father price list of all official supplies -

f/I'. .. eII y will take place at the Police meeting to be held at 8:30: MARY OF THE LAKE be concerned with guiding the James T. Mcllugh an assistant '

Pistol Club, 1400 Beach Drive p.m., September 28, In the St. The Sodality of St. Mary of of transformation toward at )Holy[ Trinity church 1. Officers' Handbook

.6' Southeast. For further Information James club room. Mrs. Ray the Lakes Eustlt. held Its process ends. Fort Lee New Jersey has 2. Holy Name Journal
f"- contact Mrs. Bernard McGuire Is chairman of the first fall meeting on Septem. Before man had the knowledge ). been released for service in 3. Blueprints For Action I
dinner and Mrs. ber 14 Immediately after the office of the Life
Calvert at 5254426.COLUMBIAN Virginia to build dams the gift Family and Program Work Book.
II Thurman Is chairman of the Benediction of the Most Bless Bureau of the National Catholic 4. The Round t'p ((Membership
of water to a thirsty man was
SQUIRESThe entertainment ed Sacrament. Prefect, Mn. Welfare Conference in IOther
name of the Columbian Robert M. Fox presided at an adequate work of charity,
.4 Washington Archbishop suggestions for successful
she But that
Squires Circle has been Jacksonville the business meeting with 50 explained. now Thomas A Roland of Newark societies made at the
knows how to
man supply aster
changed from Father Lawlor
It has been announced that members and guests present. announced here training seminar Included
for the masses, the simple
Circle #1522 to John W.
Adamson Circle #1522. "The !Hour of St. Francis" Activities for the year were act of charity no longer sufficlent Father Mcllugh was ordained proper use of the SINS: Bannerin
will be televised on Channel 7 discussed and plans Include a of in 1M7 following each parish Also scheduling
as a measure concern
The following officers were rummage sale to be held on studies at Srton Hall University .
each Tuesday night at 10 for ont's a regular monthly meetIng -
Installed for 1965-19T4 John fellow men.
: October I and 9 at 115 Eustis
o'clock The first program of and Immaculate Conception of the executive board, together
Schmucker, chief squire, Barry
the series started Street. seminars and mad his with
Sf'ptembf'rIt a program com-
Carlson deputy chief i Convent seized
Try this kitchen treatCobblers There will be 13 parts to graduate studir in sociology mittee with plans for a full
squire, Andrew Dlaczyk, notary
the series which will run Jacksonville Beach at Fordham I'mveMlfv year,
; Paul Samec bursar;
confined to desserts 14 IIIIMM UNlit James Dowllng marshal weekly. ST. PAULA by Polish govt.

only Why of course I I ,.110'ftlll,... .ll Iii a"rlrtli nil ....... Michael Daly arm captain;; ST. PAUL roast beef dinner will be BERLIN: (NC Several
.,.... served" at St. Paul parish on
not Here's a robust main I Mllll William Weed, pole captain; Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan Sisters have been evicted ST. PETERSBURG I
M from 12 30 to 4 I
course: Classic corn bread I Mark Sheppard, Edward Klc- was celebrant of a 10.30 Mass from their convent in Oppeln
1 "Of lift IkirttlllfI p m. Tickets will be f 1.M for
made with buttermilk is
tarek and Richard Arceneaux 13 for deceased In southern Poland and their
on September
1.1 I a.r. ((101''u I N "II) iiitKlrtlinciu adults 75 cents for children
topped with a creamy mix. a..,".. IN/.., ikrKM auditors; and Leonard Nizlo- members of St Paul's GUild. property seized by the government
I 11* itn and $5 family. The dinner
turf of shredded American
lek, sentry. This annual custom marks the according to the HEARING AIDS
Is sponsored by the Parents'Club
cheese and sour cream. All Into a medium sire bowl opening( of the year for the German Catholic news agency \
of St. Paul School.
are such welcome and needed sift flour baking powder TampaST. Guild. (."' .\. ,_ S49n A 1 .

foods when a meatless soda, sugar and salt Stir JOSEPH TkU rM|... WMk II. M !..>
meal is desired. To kindle In corn meal and onions. Forty (Hours Devotions will RESURRECTION Winter Haven The enly reason given for Mil h.l..,, ?,.....1

real interest in eating, pre. Add buttermilk and Resurrection parish Women's Kef CVance the forced removal was that ELSWORTH
eggs begin on Sunday September .
.... .
Club their the Sitters did not need such "' !> HI.* 1'.ea-e.u
fresh vegetable ac. are holding G. Layton grand
pare a shortening; beat with rotary 26 at 9 a m. for St. Joseph /
annual baby shower for Catho a large renvenl and that the
companlment cucumber beater about 1 minute. parish. Father John Wright knight of Winter Haven Council
slices celery carrot sticks Do not overheat. Pour mixture C.SSR. will conduct the holy lic Charities on September 27 Knights of Columbus, ad. government would lit It as a Si rVtrtburf

and curls. Or pair with pan. Into well buttered hours at 7:30: p m. on September Mrs. Raymond Hinley, president dressed members of this stale school. ALPINE 464$ *th Street, North

fried or broiled fish. 9 x 9 x Inch pan. In small 26. 27 and 28. Mass will be of the Guild, asks that council! on the current campaign The Sisters of Mercy built The el Mw, N"9; Hero

Main Course Cobbler mixing bowl, combine offered on Monday and Tuesday everyone In the parish help to to check the dIstribution the convent themselves afterWorld for the flnttt i in Nurtmj;
make this a success Mrs. .
shredded cheese and sour morning at 8 o'clock. of pornographic publications War 11. When they Mom C.r*. Holy Name Church
1 ... II.., .,lId cream; mix well. Drop by The Saleslan Sisters of St. Stanley Ltsakowskl chairman He expressed apprecia failed to It II evictloa U74S7J
S ......... tikiif ,..*., be contacted for comply an
I I tt..|... Mill MMI1 tablespoonsful over top of John Bosco are conducting may tion of what other fraternal notice, police were sent J4J4 2lit A".. South JACKSON'SSHOES
Items.ST. .
n' in* corn bread batter. Bake In Sunday school classes In any large and civic groups are doing lathe to remove them The Sistersare

hot ((400' F.) over about 25 Christrlan Doctrine every PATRICK nation wide campaign now housed in some near.

minutes, or until firm. Sunday at 9 aim In St Joseph St. Patrick parish ill hold by homes. Edouard C. Craig DON
CLEARWATER (Makes 6 generous servings Church and school on Cherry its annual bazaar on September Eltton BARDELLA
Contractor and Dittnbuttr; ;
) Street off MtrDill. Special 25 beginning at noon. The ST. AMBROSE lorettoST. for Ma...9-

courses are offered children bazaar will feature games, Forty Hours Devotions win JOSEPHAt VAse Metal CwCe 641 CtMrtl A,.. UM1SS

The J. Orlando Co. Inc. To invite all world's who hive already made their rides and a special ham dinner \ be held at St. Ambrose parish the first meeting of the .,*i M...;. T first Holy/ Communion. with all the trimmings, 36 27 and 28
ROSARIES on September Ladies Guild of St Joseph L"J.4'", st. $.. J47.4IOI
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES Bishops to congress Special classes during the which will be served starting Devotions will open at the Mrs H L Price ST. ANTHONY'SHOSPITAL
parish, presented
BOOOTV (Before) week are being held for adults at 4 pm. Tickets for adults 10:30 a m Man on Sunday book review on "The
mi IIH ti si? siiiiiwiCOMMERCIAL and senior public high school are tl 23 and for children 50 Masses will be held on Mon a
here for the last "
... leaving session Rebel Bishop. by FatherMichael ROOF 600 I lick
.1. '" PNN rn Ian of the Ecumenical Council students Those Interested cents. day and Tuesday at 7 a m. Gannon. Street Nortk
St, PttvrtbwWtl '
should contact Father John
Evening devotions will begin
in Rome, the Colombian Plans for the Guild project t.AH.r1I.
Wright C.SS.R at St. Joseph Winter ParlST. on each evening at 7'30 pm. Iqw'pptd
Bishops decided to invite all
of developing a 3000: book library R.._. 1e
MEN. the Bishops of the world to attend rectory MARGARET MARYAt The Sunday Mass schedulehas for the parish! school r
.. the International Eucharistic the first meeting of the been changed to 7 and 11 Ceftd,cW by

Slayatt6. NIWDQ'400' Congress here In 19f>8.- Maitland season, the Holy Name Society a m. at St. Ambrose In F.lkton were discussed. Sultan: ., St. Fr. sAppr..ed

1:: Invitations will bt extended ST MARY MAGDALEN of St. Margaret Mary and 9am. at Our Lady of Merritt Island 144-1041 by

during the council.II' Catechism classes for pub parish planned these pro Good Counsel In Bakers>'Ult, DIVINE MERCYA AuII:

:: \ MOTEL lic school children began: September jerk: beef" roast, October 9 at Father Francisco Lopes an benefit harvest moon ban C.1le9. ef SwgeeMICE .

Wnif i.. flit' 20 at 4 p m. They will Camp San Pe ro, Maitland nounced. dance sponsored by the Divine .

CAPE KENNEDY AREA be held every Monday from donation is three dollars and Mercy pariah wiO beheld ROACHESANTSRATSMcnttfy

N.A.q.1.C. aM. 4 to S pm. In the school. No tickets may bt obtained by Miami
.. ....... "..14. at the Cape" Cetmy Inn Ptif Control Scrvic
a...., a..... registration is necessary; Just calling 6444059.; canned food BARRY COLLEGE en October 2. Art Htrvey and *
bring the children to school at drive for the convent: special Three from his will
women band dance
fit a..poPail.nurrn.a young provide ANHCNIST DEAL
14 HIM his. pi S'"''II$750m that time, sponsors say. social event: spaghetti din. the Diocese will be among 25 music from Bpm.to1am.

A parish food sale and recipe net, and family Holy Communion sophomore nursing students Mrs James A. Thurstoa Is

$1000DIL, rat mice siverfjm: exchange will be held after who receive their caps on Sep chairman of the dance com 862-2128

PH. 783.0500 tall all Masses next Sunday Sep A plaque was presented to tember 24 at 7.30 pm. Mon mittee. Tickets are fIn dollars

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i ThrNl The Florid Catholic, Friday September 21,1965 Reviews Council's work

Sharing our treasure -1.irLy

University student finds ,

1 Bishops holds initial meetingBy

Church has eternal answers -

I Patrltk Riley Clarence G. lasenmann, apostolic

II I! WHAT prompt a person ROME (NO)-The United State Bwhops' press panel administrator of Cleveland -

into the Catholic held its first meeting three hours after the Vatican council and episcopal chairman

religion Many different 1 "f 1 fourth session ended Its first. working assembly.It of the NC\\C press department
luenmann *
Bishop at
things: the endeavor to find '. Father got off to a fast start lilt week under ita new rival at the council was d* -

the meaning of life. the good JohiA. moderator, Monsignor Joseph word svnod" Ii used variously laved

example of Catholics Iou for .7 R. Crowley, editor of Bishop llannan said an additional .
O'Brlu Our Sunday Visitor, HuntIngton ground rule has been
a Catholic and just plain He said that In the western
i Indiana. made for the panel's operation -
Whatever ." rites of the Church it can apply
curiosity. the
In even to a general council "All questions must be
reply to a question. one
it lead him into .
may a directed to the moderator of
panel l member, Monsignor while In the eastern rites it
trap where he will be caught the panel not directly, to a
Thomistic proofs for the existence Mark J. Hurley reported that can refer to a J'frman.ntbody "
But it is a good trap and its of God "any number of Bishops I said of Bishops surrounding member of the panel, h*

only bait Is truth. Parents' Auxiliary Jacksonville Beach they were thrilled' by Pope a patriarch and possessing deliberative said
"They all made sense to m* Paul M's aniioumemrnt, of authority .
This is Illustrated in the a An "Initial listing"<< f the
conversion of Phillip Zediker and soon I was taking<< a complete Jack Gorman, right 1 i. the newly Ferdinand Slejier 1 and Monsignor permanent synod of Bishops, When a newsman asked panel's membership Included
course .f Instruction what effect there would he on
of Cashmere, ashmgton, installed president of the Parents' James J, Heahn, pastor. Other officers. Monsignor Hurleyic Catholic countries If the these experts;

now assistant pastor of St.Andrew's "In a short time I realized Auxiliary sen-ing St. Paul School In seated, are Mrs. Robert Tobin, treasure chancellor of the San Fran- schema on religious liberty ,Is Father Francis J. Connell

parish in Ellens- that 1 was going to the in. Jacksonville t>.ch. Mrs Robert Me- er. Mrs. Don Jarrett, vice! -pr'e.Identl risen archdiocese. said that adopted Vonsignor George: C.SS R? former dean of the
burg, Washington, and New. because of the the Bishops felt the Pope's decision
man Club chaplain for Central girl strutions but because not of genuine Gill lower right, was installing officerat Mrs Daniel Angllm, recording secretary "11ft the tone for the W' Shea replied that the Spanish school of sacred theology,

Washington College interest in the Catholic my religion the event attended by from left, ; and Mrs. Charles Lovejoy corresponding fourth session of the (council concordat with the Holy Catholic University of America .
rear, Father Thomas J. Rergm, Father secretary. See might have to be alteredIn : Father John J. King
My family was Methodist He ohtened (hut the Pope's certain regards 0 M I.. superior of !th* general
," related Father ZHI 'r, Early in the course I came choice .f the word "I)nod" Monsignor Shea, rector! of house of studies In Horn
"and my father was an outStanding to perceive that the crux of for this
new assembly of tht Immaculate Conception! Semi for Oblate Priests: Father
Ia>man When I was the problem was twofold: Bishops ml(..hi be significant, nary. Darlington, New Jersey Francis J. McCool S J. professor
and did H. DCCW deanery holds meeting for board of directors
at the University of Californiaat Was Christ divine cited the parity of Protestants of introduction to New
Berkeley I took a course found a Church' with authorityto Pointing out that In the
before the law and the Testament at Rome's Pontifical
SARASOTA Monii- F.lmer: Taelt, general chairman St. right

Joocph's GUild Dradcnton western Church diocesan
teach His a
of philosophy which convinced in name to public worshipIt Biblical Institute.
me that pragmatic philosophy Jesus proved His divinity' gnor Charles L. Elslander: will be aided by the Mrs James Lacher dmie. sy nod makes laws. through the was painted out by other Also Father Georges Ta-

would be the best guide for bv His miracles. He healed r..',.\'..'. met with the boardof ladies .f thelur !Society of san president, gave an informative Ordinary of fit diocese who Is members of the panel that the 'ard A A., chairman of the
\f'rday life the sick, cleansed the lepers, resume on the National the sole legislator, he! said
my directors of the Southwest SI Raphael parish In planning motu proprlo creating the theology department Mount
restored sight to the blind andspeech Council of Catholic Women, this might: apply to legislation
Rut Hum I was torn bv conflicting Coast Deanery of the St Augustine the day. Mrs. Lather the any synod of Bishupi does' not specify Mercy College Pittsburgh;
explained organization from the
to the dumb. To".rlnca new assembly
Father Robert
whether ita meetings will Trlsco, professor
<< desires whkh prag- Diocesan Caused: of Deanerv Mrs and its effect on of
\ all these was the tie president Bishops Thus, the new be or secret of church history, Catholic
mutism was unable U re- mendoua miracle of the Catholic Wonmi on September Max, tender of .\\. Maria the lay apoMolate al the body might find a parallel In Auxiliary open Bishop I Philip M University and editor of

tour Mlhuugh I was at agnostic Resurnirtioa He claimed to 14 at the Church of The Guild, Church, of The ImarnatNMi deanery and affiliation levels the British" parliament which Ilannan of atMngton, a
by rOIl\I Irlloll turned, In my In be the Son of God and the Incarnation here to plan for !Sarasota, introducedthe Plans for the mining year legislates( In the name of the ant episcopal chairman of the view; Father Eugene! II.
anhappiness at lastf't'k' were discussed Including theCued monarch
miracles proved that II* wasChrist other officers
U xtd, With His. help the fall meeting of the deanery press department of the National Maly, professor of Scriptureat
prayer I Mrs Elmer Samaritan to
established meeting program
a Father Frederick McManus Catholic Welfare Conference Mount St. Mary's Semi
I began.. I. resolve m) problem Church conferred on it the T a e t l.'s K"e president, st. be Inaugurated In the eleven, secretary of the US, Bish! and editor In.chief of nary. Norwood Ohio and

power to teach in His name, The deanery fathering will Raphael Altar SucNtv Kn affiliations In the Southwest ops' commission on the liturgical the Catholic Standard, Wath- chairman of the editor)

"Mr cotksurrness was now and appointed Peter the head take place ea IMuber 21 at glewood Mrs H beit PeterSon Cast !Deanery which comprises apostolate, and a professor Ington, told the opening\ session board of "Th Bible, Today
crumbling and I was becom, I was moved by the powerfulwords recording. te retarySouth parishes In Sarasota of canon law at the Catholic he was ailing as chairman Monsignor Hurley, Mnnnlgnor
hurt b :
of Christ to the fisherman St. Raphaels ( ngle- County Epiphany: Guild, Venn'e Knglewood: North t '
ing humble enough to realne University of America, of the panel In the absem'e Shea and Father l\kMlnu.
'Thou art Peter and weed; Father William Rail North Port Charlotte. and Port Charlotte, Uradcnton,
that I didn't have all the an Washington: noted that the of coadjutor Bishop also are members of the press
.".nand that I needed help upon this rock I will build my will be the host ,1I1.r. '(ra. Mrs. John Parker, treasurer, Palmetto and Kutkin. panel!

1 realised that with just a Church, and the gate of bell Patriarch of

Bible and the gulda"", ', of tilt shall not prevail against It' sees unify 1'\: BtrtOttl H
Calendar of coming eventsPariah
Protestant Church I would nut The Son of God declared He imotionUtfittrtts.

have sufficient means to foul would build His Chun on churches moving forward \1J
the truth Peter and the gates of bell !l II M ,..
b.uar.t'plftftblor! of TraiwfifuiaUon perish SIPetersburg I. Parting September :
"I had been going with a would not prevail agsmut it Womma Gu d. a m; Duly (Hours im Srptrm- UI'I '
because' Peter and his successors X, beginning at sawn St Patrick Germany (:N( ) Melklte-rlte Patriarch :zJ
splendid Catholic girl! and sponsor :<, n, M at J::30 p m.; Mats Maximo
would l b. a firm fowtdatKXI parish 1 Jtkwwtte! ; IV 8aljh of Antloch has declared here that
though we spoke little about Hat sale Vplemtwr 8. begtiwuig im September 17, tl at 7 a.in. the marrh of the churrhea toward unity "cannot be.Ioppl'll" will help' you
ham dinner served "Irt""at
her religion. I remold lease at 10 am. .IUCIIrtJ -
forty Hours l>votions. St | or a loved
that it was a great mine of ''1 undmlixid that the Calhlle ''- 4 p m. n school JavkanvtUeS .
strength<< and InnpiratMM t. Church was thm preyed Dessert card party. September \ nn'a iwld sponaor Joseph |lwrlsh Tampa, beginning Patrtanh Maxlmoa who became a Cardinal Ut' H / one In
30 at
her As I wanted to win her, I. be (hrlol's true ("hunk."I S. 1 to 4 30 pili. for StcMtU dinner fepleln Sunday September. binary, came here for lie hour of lOur
lam and character the Church'
ending September la
1 figured' that a strategic further information call Mrs bee y: 2 to 7 pm. I...... celebration of the 70Mh( anniversary ....
U th < N .1011 and
:38! at I m.; Mans each not Identical with that of the M .y'
maneuver would be to volunteer I was baptized by Father Richard I Langedyke al P.*.l Ctub 14 at I a m and ibis Latin western world : :t.
Lynch and the nest day received nwrtmg (5N5 .ur5.rlne 15.M
to learn something about" Jtt-TWW: \\0fMCI' Guild of Southeast S I. Petersburg.VAe ; Houra each evvning at 7)1 cathedral brfore going to Among trio* present forth _I ., M.Ma.i. ........
her Faith Hence I hd only Our Lord m tne Kucha' Holy Family I I panah. St ""eii'. tiuitd of Italy r ami-. Home for the Ecumenical _. Ie .w e... 1/1I $505.1
rust More and mme frequently p III, seventh centennial celebration ...,.. and ...." to _.._
the Intention of borrowing a Iy n-h. opunur.Ilwsl
Pet Council.. .,
I sponsor." .
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The week in liturgy The Life of Our Lord

c CommentCouncil 'For everyone who exalts Did Satan expect Christ to yield?

achievementsTHOSE we look at the three tog that if he wanted, to IM I
himself will be humbled'By IF things dangled before Our Our Lord to sm, he could hal t
about it better.
Lord by the Devil, the direction gone
who looked with mistrust urgy are the more widespread use of Father Furhal Boland 03.B.
of the Is
apprehension to the fourth the vernacular and the more significant temptations up. There Is something else
ward bread, a spectacular:
role of the in the Church's Sunday, September 26 that we know he wanted-he
II laity
session of Vatican Council were generally display, the kingdoms of this Frank J.
the same people who tended to worship. The Communications decree 1JTH 1 Sunday after Pentecost (Mass of Sunday, world. But in relation to the wanted who desperately and what to find
D Jesus
out just
belittle the accomplishments of the reaffirmed that man has a right to Gloria, Creed, Preface of Trinity.) person tempted, the whole bhrrdbr was

decisive true and information within movement is downward, almost .
first three sessions. Pope Paul' complete Christ cautioned guests Invited to wedding banquets not
action at the very outset of the the bounds of justice and charity; that to presume to seat themselves lest an embarrassing and humiliating as though the Devil It seemed that He mlg! I

fourth session, in announcing the formation the moral law governs art, and thatparents situation develop requiring the host to request themto rated him lower and lower- very w ell be the Messias but

of a senate of Bishops!, has be. have a duty to guide their chile sit in another place (Gospel\). first lie li asked to work a of him Satan knew no mote

of the pessimists.That dren's use of radio, television and read. Christ did not have In mind those who innocently wander miracle by his own power, than he could find in the Old!
lied the prophecy about possible
next to count to
angels help
on Testament and that Is
the wrong seat, but those who deliberately choose a place ; mvsterious -
they are equally wrong In appraising ing. Him through last to to his foot.
prostrate damage darkness shot throu'hwIth
of honor
out of pride and a high opinion of their own excel. !:
the is evident from a The third session (September Himself before the tempterand The third temptation e
lence. It is these that exalt themselves and who will find themselves gleams of light, which
mere glance at the main accomplish. November 21, 1964)) gave final approval humbled and humiliated. Often there Is much pettinessin call him Lord. have already looked at from seem to have a darkness of

ments to date of the Second Vatican to three more schemata and asa pride, such as sensitivity regarding seating arrangement ata Did Satan evprtt Him to this point of view. their own. In one sense it

Council.It result the three Constitutions, on the dinner. Truly great people are not proud. yield t te any of these suggestions If all Satan knew about the would tell Satan even lees

must be borne In mind that the Church, Ecumenism and on the East. Presumption and pride frequently are companions in the ? man before him was that He than it told the holiest of the

Council was neither called to proclaim era Churches, were promulgated. Like spiritual life. One can deceive oneself and presume the possession had communed alone with Jews for there Is as Our Lord

specific doctrines nor to Issue con. that on the Liturgy, the Constitutionon of virtues that one actually does not have. This leads to To the first perhaps he food for forty days, he could would later lay (John 7. 17 .
placing oneself above others did the Pharisees. saw a manI ho had gone Him to an insight Into doctrine givento
demnations. What the Church needed, the Church is truly of monumental as One day, hardly nave expected
XXIII a rebirth, significance. For the first time in history perhaps not until Judgment Day, God will humble these "For forty days hungry he did not fall down and adore Cod's those who do God's will l,
John was
said Pope described everyone who exalts himself will be humbled" (Gospel) know what resources He enemy. But he knew more and Satan had not done it.
a rejuvenation, an opening of windowsto the Church officially might have In his soul, it than that. There are depths In the

allow in fresh air. For the greatest itself-not as a powerful international Monday, September 27 seemed reasonable that hun truth clearer to the child at

damage to the Church resulted not organization with religious aims but Sis. foHniaft and Damian. (Mass of feast' Gloria, Common ger might dominate every. lie may or may not have observed his First Holy Communionthan

from being attacked by the modem lather as a "mystery," the Instrument Preface.) thing. But the second and the events surrounding they will ever be to Sa

The of God in His dealings with mankind. third leave us wondering Our Lord's conception and
world but simply by being Ignored. tan, for all the power of his
These twin brothers and
were laymen physicians. Together About the second tempta birth and the events surrounding
The Church is indeed the ofGod"
Council therefore was to intellect
task of the ,
they were beheaded for the Faith In the latter part of the third tion there Is something puzzlIngly His baptism by

make the Church relevant to modern making a pilgrimage throughlife century at Aegea in Asia Minor. Their names are In the Canon slapdash In psalm 90 John But of the thirty jean One thing he knew; that

society, to make her teachings count a family in which all the childrenare tvf the Mass. As physicians they accepted no fees and lived there Is the promise that between he had a whole mass someone sac to come who

in men's lives.! equal In dignity, and of which apostolic and ascetical lives for which Christ promised "a very angels will guard a man who of lure knowledge should crush his head. Could

In the first session (October 11 December Mary is the mother. The historic decree great reward in heaven'1 (Gospel) observes God'i law. Satan Our Lord was tempted in the rarpenter of Nazareth be

8, 1962)) the 70 original draft on Ecumenism, outlining for us Tuesday, September 28 quotes this as a reason why all things like us (Hebrews h 4, the one!

documents or "schemata" were whit. the guidelines in the movement for St. Christ should hurl Himself 15)). This means that lie had

tied down to 17 without final approval Christian unity, is truly a frank and Gloria Wenceftlaus.Common Preface.(Mass of a martyr not a Bishop down from a high place in reliance been subjected as we are, to The temptations whatever
) on the same guardian the subtlety of demons urging other purpose they bad in his
being given to a tingle one. Yet this honest contribution to a sensitive prob.
ship. The misapplication of Him to But lie wholly mind surely were an effort to
tin was
first session Is regarded by many as lem. At 18 he succeeded his father as Duke of Bohemia lie had
received the promise is gross enough; unyielding, as we are not. find out. He may or may not
an excellent Christian education
the most important, inasmuch as it Thus, as a result of the immense his through the effortsof the actual words quoted makeit Thirty years of seeing the have hoped that the carpenter
grandmother St. Ludmilla and
used his to
generated a re-lnvigoratingly new amount of work done during these make his country more solidly Christian. However position almost comic "Lest thou most powerful intellects in would yield to his suggestions

spirit of open inquiry In the Church. three sessions, five of the original 17 and ambition of his brother culminated In the ,murder the jealousy of dash thy foot againt a stone"Is hell
This first session signaled what may schemata have reached final passage. Wenceslaus only four years after he became ruler of Bohemia. suited to the perils of a man was the preparation the to learn something from His

well be the dawn of a new Pentecost, Yet what remains to be accomplishedby "A man's enemies will be those of his own household" (Gospel walking the road of life, but Prince of the World had for answers

the bursting forth of a Second Spring. the fourth and final session is trulyof ). He is honored as a patron saint of modern Czechoslovakia simply ludicrous for a man making his own effort. If he What he learned we can

Even the secular world, instead of its staggering proportions. If the Coun falling from a van height. was trying to succeed where only guess from what he did,
"Just hurl yourself down" his underlings had failed he he tempted Judas to betray
accustomed disinterest, cocked its ears cil Fathers are to succeed, they will
Wednesday, September 29! says Satan "and God will must have met a good deal of Our Lord to His enemies:
to listen and stopped to admire. The need far more than human strengthand St. Michael the Archangel. (Mass of feast, Gloria, send angels to see that you derision from them. We have thus rushing on his own defeat

stage was set for a momentous drama human wisdom. They need the Creed, Common Preface.) don't trip over a stone when not a fraction of his mental and exposing hit head ta

and the whole world would be the audi benefit of our prayers and our pen you land. As If a man power or experience In tempting the pierced feet which crush

ances. By opening the fourth session "Holy Archangel Michael, defend us In battle so that we hurtling through space wouldGod' but we cannot help feel- ed it.tremuts

ence.During the second session (September with a penitential procession throughthe may not perish" (Meditation Song) The dedication of the _

29 December 6, 1963) the first streets of Rome, Tope Paul dramatically Church of St. Michael has been observed since the sixth century -
In Rome. The role of St. Michael U that of a defender since world
two decrees of the Council wererromulgatt'd reminded the Church and the the
great battle of the
angels recorded In the Apocalypse,
: : the Constitution on the world at large that more worthwhile when God created hell for the losers, that is Satan and the

Sacred Liturgy and the Communlca- good is brought about by prayer and other evil spirits I

thins decree. Among the far-reaching penance than by all the other actionsof Pride and vanity not the same
Thursday, September:\ .
results of the Constitution on the Lit. man combined.
St. Jerome (Mass of a doctor of the Church humble
Gloria, ARE you a per whether they be ettremist .
Sacred Common Preface.) ? of the right or of the

Scripture Ai a Father and Doctor of the Church, St. Jerome li considered You probably will duck thatquestion left. To the extremist of the
I sensing i trap. "If I '
right all who disagree with
one of the greeted scholars of Holy Scripture. At the that I Father ,.
Redeemer helps evilIT l request of Tope Damasus he translated the Bible into latin, say am humble you him are communists, fools or
men "I will
overcome which Is known as the Vulgate edition lie died in 420 at the proud.reason" Pressed appear for to be 1"1 J.Tre". heretics, To the extremist of

if a lad fact of human experience persecution of the good and age of 78, having given an outstanding witness to Christ by hn you will give an an evasive answer the fascists left tools all other of Wall men St.are
life and writings "So must or
1 that wicked people they will not surrender until 1 men" Gospel your light shine in the tight of reply, such: ai, "Well, reactionaries
( ),
are not content to stay by lie who vanquished their lead I'm not as humble as I'd like Intellectual: pride can rise

themselves and enjoy their Falhl'r er by His death and reiurrec- Friday. October 1 to be.' to sub. heights as to set itself

evil pursuits. Maybe It's a tlon passes final judgment on Mt, M on Sunday ((2nd Prayer of St. Remigiui That is not a bad antwer Lji m )judgment over God.
case of mlsery'i loving company John J. his shock troops and guerillas I Common Preface under any circumstance There individuals whose
or, feast of St. Remlgius Mans of
or perhaps it goes deeper and snipers and undercover a However, if you really do attitude is. "if I can't understand .
('ulplolplight confessor not a Bishop Gloria Common Preface The of t.
than that. agents. ) think that you are reasonably pomes e"eie It. then it Isn't "

After the fall of our first rs Even: though the faithful followers "To have Christ living In your heart through f faith, and ton humble saying so wilt not mlhty grading Is found ounHu1 not i"b'.t'd son Inrecegsieag Such persons feel quite competent 10.

parents, God declared that a of Christ are secure I be rooted and grounded in love" Hut Lesson) Is the great desire mark you as being a proud to comprehend ever

state of bitter enmity would their knowledge of eventual I of 5t. Paul for all Christians. Faith Is strengthened by reading person This Is a misconcep that whatever we thing that Is in Cod's mind.

exist between the serpent and of mankind ever since victory, they still must endure and meditating on Holy Scripture; 1011 Increased by participation tion which many people have are by grace or bv naturewe This is the kind of pride br

the woman between his offspring It is true that the Saviour, the assaults of sinful men In the Liturgy and the reception of the Holy Kucha: concerning the virtue of humility God.are through the bounty of which Lucifer and his cohort

and hers the promised "seed of the and the battle can become riot Hoth make Christ live in our hearts more and more It li thought that humility sinned. It was this kind of
woman," has crushed the very bitter and painful at demands that we belittle Whatever rlaim we may pride which hardened the
From thai moment to the Saturday. October 2 ourselves have to dtttwrtiM, know
times. we
head of the serpent and has we pretend "horU of the llunwes. and
present a fierce! struggle has What must have been Holy (: to be less than that we ran take .iw credit for
won for His followers the the u.rdillnnII.* (Mass of feast, Gloria, Common we really blinded them to Phrirt'l mirarles .
rugfd between (he forces of power to conquer Satan in situation which God fearing Preface.) are However, such an attitude it. AU credit miwt g* to roOdC'tlH'CtUl'fltly It it a pride manifested
evil and those of
good. what had been, before His men faced before the coming is a travesty of humility we do not bv many modern "thinkeM..'

The very first story after coming, a very unequal bat. of the Redeemer They had God'.lo e for each one of ui Is manifested by His appointment Genuine humility I li built dare to look down upon anyone and .sometime bv common

the account of the Fall, that tie. But He did not annihilate hope in the promises of God. of a heavenly spirit to guard and guide each one safely upon truth. else, be he sumer, pauperor folk such as you and I.
of Cain and Abel, was used the archenemy of mankind, it Is true, but the fulfillmentof to Heaven. However, we must be obedient to the inspirationsof fool. l If( God has seen tot to

by the sacred author to Illustrate and the latter still finds mil those promises was no these angels If we desire to reach (Heaven with their help It Is insincerity net humility bestow on IN, for MM en reason There It a big difference' b*

the devastating effect of lions of people who, unmindful wherein sight. "Behold, I will send my angel before you. lie will guard you to profess that we do net *. mere grace er advantages (wets pride and simple" vailly .-

sm In what was designed to of or Indifferent to the consequence on your way Pay attention to him and listen to his In possess a particular virtue or thus H* has arrord- .
!Such a one was the luthor '
be a peaceful happy lo\e- *, willingly enlist in structlons" ((1st Lesson). ? talent which m f (tIt do ed another. Uua gives us M
of A
psalm 139. He was under attack .. desire to be noticed and
filled world. The battle had his army -? right to ewwatulat ourtehee .
vicious( admired
attack, and wr is Misdeed human
been joined and the envious Me have not Uftod samewselves
The Redeemer settled de.'
ran understand his anguish as Question boxWere eqtupneat Wt CM be quite
Cain did not to kill hisown by our own bootstraps
flnltlvely the eventual out- he .
called out t God: convinced: that all our gifts
brother because Abel'sgoodness torn of the struggle, but It Is theory we do admit If originate In God and still be

was a living re continues all the same Delner me, 0 Lord, from Catholics course, thai God! l I' the source hurt by a slight or a criticism,
proach to his own wickedness.This evil first Christians?
The fortes of men;
evil diabolically
are "f all err iplrllial and hvmai bt ploenH( at being< elected
has been the sorry unrelenting In their present me from violent ai *tt. U prtrtir huwtver, presideat of UM Garden

men, Q.I am letting old and find many renrnrtei later thet the .e lo one surrender to feel. (Huh) or at bring seated at the

M. J. Murray From \those who devise evilIn It hard te gel t. intenlnn" \ name Cathahc came to r. ap legs *f superiority. I lak r'I UMVeeutjr.

their hearts although I most always get U C. plied rather eiclntrvely lathe even excessive van-!

and stir up wars every Mass. May I ge to C mmunloi 1I"II.nllr Church of the Met, awt Unless. we are vtfttatt .. ty. locks Die raferal. malice fprirfe
day.They \ the,. name Orthortoi .hrieme may find ewrseHes harbnrwgfetM wmrfc is basically
j an
Strange true mere thai one lime J. D.
make their tongues proper to Hie Churrh of the .i at dMAatn toward .*- aiMult upnn lhfo rights ""f
sharp as those of serpents after ronfettlonT My sins anymore East other beat.e of his poverty Cod
essayof However
CopyrlqM.; 174$, NCWC Mews S.rvtc. ; seem It be few and C or because of hit lack of edw' IIr merely whether. promi
the venom of saps Is weak Q. On day my lull leather ration or of social pace vain t hall t'4.I .
wise i to
nes. heed Our
M c 1M LorH warning
asked "
Dsf"ECT" under mad us' fir
their lips. "
; ( The w rd. "pride often 'Is Kvervone who exalts
lie goes on to describe, with A. You may go to Com answer very readily was, used inexactly we speak of himself
those who be humblest andhe
striking Imagery, the tactics munion many times between later times THM made II." Ttir he stns. proud parents, for example. who humbles

of his enemies, but his description confessions Our Lord m the were railed Catholici 14 II by ailing, ""',n, wh! when. we really mesa pleated be fllItd.Tluflori'dJ! himself aJ I

is broken by fervent Eucharist will be happy to The word catholic.1' comes made God?" We drill have and him parents. W. speakof

prayers for deliverance and visit your holy soul and increase from a Creek adjective katho- a. answer let this. Hill you taking pride la act work,

,, tE'Aftii' ; by beautiful expressions of Its sanctity likes meaning general or uni lease tell is who really did when we really mean that we
confidence In divine protection. versal. Justin Martyr wrote make G dT

For example, Catholic Q. As Faith a eosvert I t. the of the catholic resurrection: ; A. I try to get awar fast It are,Is COMCWBUDUI when ac feel la that our.work* are '
did III feel Ttrtullian noted "the catholic
I say to the Lord, you are when precocious children enMihalty better than
< fr wl i Ow.. my God; justified te asswer a qveiilos goodness of God." Justin salreferring start asking ire questions else that wt became someone CatholicCathol
put te me by a member .( .
to the {
tj '. dttSwtirr ser Iwyurve.e ar lino hsrken, 0 Lord to mywaves ef Protestant general resurrection about reliftM. Nobody made guilty ., pride
my family reeently. and TertuUtaa
to the
w'are' owutt e.c sM'nsa..tv in supplication.' God; He swnfjy' II, alwaysvas.
u. There
r.., .. "Since' there are maay forms of
N'OOi 530 wMl4 WIAyMN NMIWa 0 God, my Lord my wererhrlitlans universal or complete fondness and always win be. It ts pride- pride of .....tm of
prior U the lime ewvee
of of Cod. h1.'
11, M.M4 tn.4 a,1 aw e strength; and my salsa.Iwo CathalirUm. b.. thri Ills very nature to be race. of retigm! < < .* c'irhoi,. emu u'nKq, muss, lot
.Me[ N a.1 rii '
; tint one to apply the Why MX Hi BMH that (,oil iMve sinned "here' of ea .. tI us
*A j
9 M TO ."ye p e .w 00:, \oii are my helmet In (lie Calhvllcs true (Cburrk claim" I* be Ibe *n* word i ..111I>>I"' to the Cmin h ofChrut Is the Ground of our Hri..( pomtwe or of .e.jlh. '. ,,.-... saw HW

a ) r djy ur battle!* ((711Ue was St IiJutMM. so a al .W him Uuni atom Ut( w.....
1 4 A. Ask' your rel.lI\I l tg tell letter be rule U lb. !Smvrft. for a .MI.) The 'lam of pride shah IttpirMiMJty a" a. -a all.... Isr N .
aariica( who/ |use| U the era ., you wlw .the Christian were ass about 110 A D Gradually mist 4mif t.g. 100'----- Nw

oe OU. LADY C SA)* C clempiUa have all the !more who eusud before CaiMi the adjective ratMic ram U b..etrr. h Lt'Het4.al. ,,.. -.re ...., ....- M M aaN
"1. +la -- ......
nrv.J resae5 i. remold calms cad. - -- -
clam Ask him when the Catholic meals the M* sod only true wale .. -. -, ,q.r.0
la These lr... This M a state of nM la sso
aktwcrt slrLU
secure aJmiuy Church are -
came Into eutt Church, U Christ la t>pp\ttl- .. -
"Tk whack\ a proM vwo.t.. his aweom5 It.EB .
Evets: the Redeemer himself cove And UI rn. know his an- tots to various heresies of Qurttwa n\- r*.

suffered the slurs and accuwuons ewers; they should be Inter those early{ ctcUirw la this ducted by M.i.ix>r J. I). era. It|>4.moaU .. be HfcJihMe
is the wet
and of uun,. sense It became put of the C... pride
,. persecution ay. saliouBy IUMTS e.rr .
bas} MM NaM whit to iibjbHsd. by tic sett 4. ep
oe vicious enemies, but He was The earliest Christian Apostles Creed and a taOw ar.a 5Otar.
'I .o..eao .n car (rife may lumaM. Dlrett I your rut***** ..... wto weichi
n IcssOav.,ti. r aWa wawa... .5...1. *. s.w patient secure:\ in the love of have tailed themselves thepeople cat title ef \the Church.In other _. ... ervaa
ns F walla ( w4vuSi .ha
e (sigiH. plea*(I.U I. oa "awa'e
.1e .a wOM a o.1a. WOa.ra His Father and tn His patience ef God er the new those earlv centuries the i -.
'soeauwv n. n.nd. CatUe : if I aJUt'Id uiutUy ...
I..n e .e er r eel '. He was victortousforHm Israel th Kingdom cf God term I'atMie app'iH' tll alt! IIOrIuct. rol.'ree"e.t> 'e"'r, on., a s.----

e of #OVCN..wrt 1 : lf and for all then who er the body fit Christ but the" ertl'! 4ox r>rMi;,ni ef K't .. ,l-'J 11 r. 'f'I'
choose to follow:: His war were the immediate acre:,' .s Last and: west It was c: ---- -- -- -- '.L ; .:.g rat teaa'It Fes' "pt"m" !,. lM'



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Fir The Florida CathoIIe, Friday' itpfanber 14,1MI<< /

I I Pope Paul's encyclical on Eucharist, Mysterium Fidei I IFollowlnl

II in English text of Pope faith, It 1 I. as If every one were permitte and soul In all the company of believer" a Priest for a sufficient rsea *ffr* h)

Paul VI' third encyclical Mysterium to consign to oblivion doctrine ahead; (Acts 1. 32)Moreover). private, that U, la tine present *| wens

Fidel, dated September 3 and Issued Sep defined by the Church or else tono\ the Apostle Paul who hai except his server,

tember. 11. on the doctrine and worship terpret it in such a way as to weaken the faithfully transmitted to u* what h* b.d< From such a Man aa abundant tr**..

of the Holy Eucharist genuine meaning of the words or threcognited received from the Lord (II Cor. 11, 23ff I>. of special salutary niiebi
acre graces
is clearly speaking of the GuchartttHSanilK
of the
Paul VI, by divine providence. Pop, fore concept lrvolvtd. when he pointj out that Chris. the celebrant, the faithful, the wbola

to our venerable brother, the Patriarchs t r e flans precisely because they have beet Church, and the entire world tract

Primate. Archbishop, Bishop False ideas mad partakers at the table of the Lord, which are not Imparted m tba sama
spreadTo abundance the of
by mere reception Holy
and other. local Ordmarie in ,:ww4ih ought not take part In pagan sacrifice. Communion.

peace and communion with the Holy confirm what we have said by n], 'Is. not this cup w bless. ," h* says, ".

See, and to all the clergy and faithfulof amples, it is not allowable to emphaslz partli ipation In Christ's Blood Is not Therefore, from a paternal and aolkfti

the world, the what ls called the "communal" Mas to the Bread w break a participation lr tout heart w* recommend to Priests
on doctrine and the disparagement of Masses (celebrate' Chrlst'i Body To drink the Lord'i who bestow on us a special prow *.

worship of the Holy Eucharist Venerable in private, or to exaggerate the ,I.m.ntof cap. and jet to drink the cup of evil happiness In the Lord that they be rnrnd

brother and dear *on : Health sacramental sign as if the symbolism spirits to share the lx>rd'i (cast and tf ful of their power received through the

and apostolic benediction which all certainly admit in the Euchs share. the feast of evil spirits it imposs!. hinds of the ordaining Bishop of offer

tint expresses fully and exhausts completely bin for you" (1 Cor 10. 16)). Ing<< sacrifice! to God and of calibrating

THE Catholic Church has always de the mode of Christ's presence ID Foreshadowed by Malachlss ((1, 11)). Masses both for the living and for tile

guarded' as a most precious this sacrament' this new offering of the New Testament dead In the name of the Lord (('f, Pontiflcabl -

treasure the mvtterv of faith that Is, Nor Is it allowable to discuss the myi has always been' offered' by the Church,, Romanun), and that they worth

the ineffable. gift of the Kucharist which try of transubstantiation without met m accordant with the teaching of Our ly and devotely offer Mass each day In

she receded' from Christ her Spouse as a boning what the Council of Trent stain Lord and the Apostles! "Not only tc order that they and the rest of the tattle"

pledge l of His Immense love. and duringthe about the marvelous conversion' of the atone for the sins of the living faithful ful may enjoy the benefit that flow in

Second' Vatican Council In a new and whole substance of the bread into the and to appeal for their other needs, but richly from the Sacrifice of the Cross

solemn' demonstration she professed' her Body and of the whole] substance of the also to help then* who hale died lr Thus also they will contribute most of the

faith and veneration for this m>'stery. wine into the Blood of Christ speakln; Christ but have not vet been complete! salvation of the human rac.

When' dealing with the restoration of the rather only of what Is called "translgni purified' Concil( Trld 1) 1Clr. l>* SS

sacred liturgy. the Fathers of the council ficatlon" and transfiguration," or finally Missa Sacs! c. 2))
by reason of their pastoral concern to propose and act upon the opinloi fanning<< over other citations, w, recall' In the Sacrifice

for the whole Church considered it of according to which, in the Consecrate merely the testimony rendered by St

the highest importance to exhort the hosts which remain after the relebratioi : Cyril of Jerusalem, who wrote the following the Mass

faithful to participate actively with of the sacrifice of the Mass, Christ Ou memorable. Instruction for hli
sound faith and with the
utmost devotionin Load Is no longer present. neophytes

the celebration of this Most Holy Everyone: can see that the spread of t. Christ is made

Mystery to offer it with the Priest to these. and similar opinions doe grea Intentions at Sacrifice"After

God ss a sacrifice for their own salvation harm to the faith and devotion to the Dl.

and for that of the whole world and vine Kucharist: ''I'U the Spiritual Sacrifict, the un-
to find In it nourishment ... ,. hat been sacramentallypresent
spiritual And therefore so that the hope arouieiIv : = bloody act worship completed.
i Rending over' this propitiatory oiler-
ror If the sacred liturgy holds the lint the (council that a flourishing of encharistic {; Ij"
log we beg Cod to grant peat to all the
place I la the life nf the Churth. the r:ueharlstle piety which I.i now penadmith
whole Church be not frustrated' by; Churches, to gl\* harmony to the whole
Mystery I stands at the heart x7
and renter of the liturgy, sine It Is the this spread of false opinions, we hay i, world, to blest our ruler, our soldiers! ,, fly the few Idea which w* hav* mentioned
", and our companions' to aid the sink and
font of r life bv which we are cleaned and with apostolic authority decided' to sd regarding the Sacrifice! of the
'r' afflicted, and In general to assist all who
vouenerable brothers. and to n
.trtnthl'nl'd to the not for ourselves but dress Mans, wt are encouraged to explain a
Jt al.nllin nerd; and then we offer the \ic
for ( U do not with to deny I Ithoae In tim also for our deceased! holy ..nc..tora.nd .
tiursrlvfi. certainly : the Eucharist seeing that both sacrifice'
who spreading then' ..Inuleroplnlflfll f" J Bishop and for all our dead As we.do !
J" tit
and sacrament pertain Inseparably
To make evident the indissoluble bund the praiseworthy effort to isnestigate .. this w* are filled with the conviction
which between faith and devotion that this Sacrifice will be of the gieatesthelp the same mystery In an unbloody representation
exists this lofty mystery and to I.t Pope speaks to Council FathersMoreover of the Sacrifice of the Crone
the fathers of the council to those souls for whom prayers
confirming forth its inexhaustible riches, revealinj, and In application of Its saving power In
doctrine which the Church has I- lie being offered In the very present of
the a its meaning to the men of today ratheiwe the huh' Gospel alludes to and exact terms 'taken either from com the Sacrifice' of the Mat the Lord I.I
and and which our holy and ."'11(1111.'I4'llIn
way taught was and their effort
acknowledge! approve this when It tells of the many disciples of mon or polished language For this sea This holy Doctor clours his instruction Immolated when through the word of
solemnly defined by the Council of Trent, However, we cannot approve the Christ who after' listening' to the sermon si>n. these formulas are adapted to mnor of the which eon wr at Ion, lie !begins to be present lit
the parallel crown
determined to introduce their treatise by citing .
on and
opinions which they express, w < about eating Hi \'leh and drinking Hn all times and all\ place a sacrsmental form under the appear
the Most Holy Mystery of the Eucharist: about till Is woven fur I lie emperor to muse him to
have the duty to warn you of bread and win to become the
Blood, turned away and left Our Iota, It must be admitted that these formulas pardon exiles "In till same fanluon ancet
with the following summary truths involve
which these -
grave danger opinions "This I I. strange talk, who can sometimes. be and spiritual food of the faithful
the lie saying: can name 11'111) when w* offer our prayers. to Cod for the
"At the 1.1111uPflt'r., on night
handed Our lAIrd Instituted. the for correct be expected to listen to it*" Peter, on the accurately explained In fait t h.r dead even though they b* linn.u. w* All of us realize that thei I I. more

was Eucharistic our Sacrifice of His Body sad other hand m reply to Jesus' question achievement of this goal U highly bene. weave no crown, but Instead we offer than one way In winch Christ Is presentIn

Blood to the sacrifice of the The Holy Eucharistis whether also the twelve wished to leave, fcial, !Hut It would be wrong to give to Chrikl alaiiKlitered for our sins bwMcthing Hit Church. W* wish to review atgreater

perpetuate the until He shouldcome eipmsed hia faith and that of the other these expressions a meaning other than our merciful iud to lake pit) both' on length!: the consoling doctrine
cross throughout ages with the marvelous which was briefly set forth In the constitution
and thus entrust to the ( hurch. promptly end resolutely the original Thus, the understanding! ol them and <>n ourselves U'atetheset, 33iMytt "
answer 'I/ord, to whom should wgo the faith should be advanced without 'I l. 811. pg 3.1. 1IIM1U). I'* Sacra Uturgla" (Irf. C.t.

death His bt>and k\.NiljnIH.resurrection the memorial a sacrament of His of a Mysteryof Thy word are the word of eternal threat to Us unchangeable( truth St August me testifies that! this manner N7.; A A S. LVI, l'JA4! pp. lrolOI),

devotion a sign of unity. a bond of chart life" ''John 6, 61") H I I.. In ,fact. the teaching.. Faith \'. (ouncil that the same sigmfica Sacrifice which ranMimud u*" was being; Count these ways
t) a paschal: banquet I a which Christ isleceived It Is logical( th... that we should follow .
the soul filled wtllrl< and alas II I la\rtllfa lion tof neared tngms.i I.I to he forever faithfully ttmerved t In flu ('Imnh *.tntlfll.
is as a guiding our < Christ. Is present lo 111. Church whea.sli
the of Iutuieglor lint o( all\ we wish to recall) seine. mafMrrliim ol retained OIK* our Holy Mother thllturch < net. ('onf... IX, 11, XI. PL. 32.
to pledge of Ibis I
there us lions
is given mystery prays since it I I. II* who 'pray (for
) iConatiL 'Ie Sacra LJIurgia,.' C. thing which is well known. to you bill the (1Iurth. to wkkk the. IMvlne \lie hat defined II. and under no pie 777: if lb d. IX II.K.I'L; 311.7'711), andat us and prays in ui and to whom w. prates

2. B. 47) which Is altogether" nervaaarv for tepid l definer eatruktrd. far protection and for test of deeper penetration. may ,.hat the 11"1' dm h* odwrves' (bat theiwluncaal t tit our Gal 161 Augustine, 'In I1*.''

ling everv virus of rationalism, something ekptoMlloH Ike retrlntto which II* hisrommualeated maiming be weakened tConatil iugm Church was Mlnwlng this custom M. I. PL :97, loan) It I I. II* who hatpromised
to wtmh many illustrious. martyr)i "pie Klit4lath' 4."c. 4)). In her convk-tum that It hud beers "
U through Sulpturs
of salvationIn a* tthrr* two or three ategathered
Promise .
have witnessed with their blood whih hearten down bv the eailie, Fathers (rf/,
.r IradHloa.Kor together In My name, I am
and Doctor af UMChurch I'. I.. M: KM. rf He fUllGftl'ntll
these .ltlcla are highlight both ecu**!** Fathers Storm, 172, 2 then In the midst of them" (Matt. 18,
the sacrifice, which pertain to the ea- constantly protested' and Uugni we are ronvinc ed that what time The Mystery of the Pro Moituls. n, f I. 40, Mi 30))
K. that is that the Eucharist' I* a very' the day of antiquity was preached. and
sent of Uw Mass which is celebrated T* abed ,fuller HM on the mystery of II/. I'l prevent In the Church *i she
dad)'. and the sac ramt'll' in which the grant nt> sery. In fact. properly speaking beloved. thraaghaut. the whato. Church the (hurrh, II helps', In rrall/e thai II I I. /perform her work of mercy, not only
words af the sacred ('..... raid I I. true even if
sad to u e th* true
faithful partMipate in Holy Communion Eucharist is ulhlng less than the whole hurrk, because w* do to thrlst whatever good
the f'I.ah of Christ and drink Iturg, it is the Mvstor af faith la it is not submitted' to rational. investigation of Ills least brethren' Iff
b> eating wkkh In union with held In Ills role sPriest we do In on. 1
Blood !both the deed ,in it alone' as !_ XIII our even if It Is not explained b> meansof 40) but also braui It I II
ing His receiving grace and Mcllin, oilers the Ssrrlflr of Matt a, ).
of eternal life and the medicine P'dreiiior of !happy memory very wi*. words i SI Augustin" "' Contr Julian verified in the the> works
begiomg ,. the Mais and Is offered I II It, (t'hrlut, performing through)
of immortality .According to the words I I)' remarked. arc contained la a re \l l S. U, IiII..... P. I.. 44. tNi. Ih. ('hurt h. who continually amble men

of Our "ontne. man who eats my markabl. richness and variHv ef mire The lather, ot the Church taught this with His divine, lov*.

flesh and drinks my blood Mtoy ewrMllife ci..s. all supernatural. ralNiM I iRacyrUxal Be careful with terms Sacrifice of the womtrou dmtruM 'if 'Ht ..wcure II* I II present In the Churih on her pllrlmag >

and I will rake him .vf at the toot\ Mira, Caritalit. Ada ....... Civil: Del X. 6, I I' 1 L 41. 24))I. A few ( of struggle to reach the harbor

day" ''John t, Hi. XIiI \ai XXII. '.IMI. f IB'e Hut this U not enough lIa\ ,nl safeguarded jear ago cur ....fIIiet...... of' happy. nf ,1..rn.IIII., 5)040 It I I. II* who through

Therefore we earnestly .has.* Hut. the must therefore approach peclalh' the integrity, af th* faith. it i* Mass memory Plus XII. captained It icf UttKacyd sash dwell In our "heart 'icf Epic 3, li I

restored sacred. liturgy will briny forth I .mss. Ift)*"* > with humble rnpad, artMlawiaff necessary' to safeguard also its proper Mediator. I"' ", A\S XXXIX. amt thtoiiKh the Holy SPIrit win, .in II*
human argumtat whirlugM mode af expression, .lt hy Ih* careletsuv 1(47 SUi: .. and only recently ,lt.. "tar
abundant fruits of eucharutlr otvotioa, For the inspiration and consolation Mall p gives in. .pours Hu lov Into those hearts
hut firmly t* of word w* occasion be adhering
this to silent nod Vatican Council ,
sac that the Holy Church wafer saving w* wish to review .lhOII sinner irf Horn 1,1))
make daily 1 .VM* revelation_ the raM af laU, ..... regarding. faithin an the People of lint at farmulotad .
af progress which the
sip' piety may aht brothers, the doctrine
Joha IT. the easel aihllma af mysteries WAuguUn In ill Constitution. an tli* Clan I la still Mother genuine way Its I I.
toward perfect nasty icf > wb. Catholic Church ha always' transmitted.
J.1at ( rMslm. as >*
to St. gives a stem warning about irf. Canst finfm f>* f<<....., C. J, N. pretrnl I II .Ik* ( hUff s she preaches,
33'' and may lavtte all ChnsUaaa a ..... treated of she rvrkarltlkr m4fjltd and unanlmouslv leaches" concerning the
the M .his. cooMderalkM af th* way ataptakmf II "A" I.VII. lsdl! p, UiT mire (the liotpel; whlrk she proclaims I I.
unity of faith sad af lave drawing them 'A sloth ..bltllv e f laa|.ae ad Insight Jdyntery of 0* Eucharist: :
thanks to tile idles of divta emplayad\ hy Ih* philosophers b.* wee. the diatincUan between uai Ih* Herd ., .;ed, wklrh Is lot prearb'detrrpt
gently bra of 4.uU.. ln>lrnH < klfsrtklil ... sad af that which anght. to he. used b) Me desire I* recall al the tery swirl l vert I 11'rsel...nod east. .MrfanhtcalPriesthood I la the paine' .Christ, by the

Erase af these .a ooe reatUa abmil" IMs m (,.,11II.. what mar ke brined Ike very esienre of is on* el ensure and !!lit authority of ( brht, and with Ik* *silitIIM >

fruits We eem and at to it have were a. preview to gather. is tttc cry, eiprettrd Ikete meal Idling _.rdl! .The atiilaoophers.. he saws "spraLfrrelv Ike ....'"*, asmrly. IIIaI by means ol, merely wof degt* 'rf IMd. CI N MAAH -* of ( bid, Ik* h.nr"llord of

K results not only M the (emiiM )Joy i lit us submit tu God; in all things and without few of aflmding religMMnliOmar the M4fry I .f (he urharUI.. Ihr Ravel LVII. !tell p I4 >. aril. tau. iw- l.od.In.
and eagrroem with which tile mmhr at ctsMradirt Him oven tf what lie .avimm on Mbtorts. plate dine. ull tundrtand fire of the (lots, "kU k was owe ./leadsa HIM'lion should h. Mlhlully ahaarvadYet this way there, I le formed "nn* rich.
W*. an th* other hand, must t reeiiMIrdaod k. HIM with |h
of' the' <'atholK OMmkj bate received rasNrarv to our rtasMi aM miIsrt falvary. Is rrmirkaMy *. annot fall to which. trusts Hi only skrd'. ''Id.m.
both the onutitutioa oa the Sax-rod IA- rather. M. His words pews all we. ri-ak artnrdmg to a filed. norm lev r..*..lantly rretHrd. end. is( sating ..,nest dir that IM toachwg M tine. Taatr Use Petlllanl" II''. 10 II P.!...

urn( and the' reiteration. of< the liturgy aar ewe and Mtotkn-t l.t u* a1 M the lack af restratat N our speech muttla peas rirrl'd fr the '.'lIh,..... oflk f Ma.i he optoMad. aver and. avar until H 43. M3ili I

f hut I a ". in the great umber of well..pt.- .lids war with regard to the ,temhanatiriystorw 'I wine Impiaus ayhiian. owes about thr *.e sins wklrk. we dally rommlt (Ith 141.*. root deep M th* heath af the is present la Ids ("hush si ebs

parrd public atMMia which Ok I* ." *. laafciag nat astly at what rails thing MgnirVd by tiltOf.. thenMha" C'onHI. Trld. lhelrice l In. !Vi Mloesc 'laithlul, pavans the People of (J.d.no'/ her

barr\ more profound) act to understand war ow SMMNM but. .hatdsag. an to KM 'D.Civit Dl X.i1P L 41.JTV < riflH*, (' I..). nerved .power come from hrnt ant

! more frviitlullv' tile .doctrine on the Holy .ward Par HM rd raaact toad usiir.y" (laW af rharrh eaatun thrJare** and. not. with without Ik* lone th* feel M Meson. with the I blood of ralv** Offer self to serve GodOur state C1Irlit.fIn.* .k..|**r Eucharist: with penal refaraac .. ill la Ma- Hoswl B I, Mss irf herd" HI Auguttiat, "In,. Pi M JPI. '
had. Mctifiad. Ih Old Testament
w help. af the Mary apirM. .ha ataMiahda desire u foundH M sot caavirlianIha4
relation with the mystery II th Church PC l rdthramh I. V, IIOli' ,. is present M the past'"'a
hriit Our
ml of language. ailconfirmed it wiU RiodoM: M. 'I), aa alaa till rosiest .vndantanding af to KuiharialM
AI!!'! nf this ii for a* a cause af prafaaadrontniatioo the autharitv af the' rounrils Thin rule the matttutton of the' fly ierv of Mystery M the meet effective who eslerta. thai .powtr, cinrding !tt
and ).y It u a great peesure Belief urged the Kurhartat. with Ills own Blood. sane. Ills promise. to Uw ApootiM ""I'h..t tam
which .hj snare than war .ham 1M meals to faslrr davotion\ .. this. !Mat'r*
'fir to communicate MM la >.. with *ll through the days that
> Mediater
u whew you
lifted par Nn TUmnt.
that slag withal TB* choU tK 1--urn aftaa mad watohwwd cad banner af arthadaa fast* mint to nodal Ih d.gmdy af ail Ih* lartftM uatil the tonsummition" sf

vrornhlC brothers* thanks M to Gad the fJ.wT ata amilar atftravktsaa* That M that aaciaMM must ha. raligiaual ""wr*. aad ttt a.* rtolMass i., aid. to spun thotr snint toward tine. tile are world lornmg.
)HI' gi\who with Mil Spirit tales. MMt ara th* try Mady af Chriat aid His see p praum* to rhaag N at .ewe awaptaaiar UaMmant af the mm mil af sanctity,

hurl i |ift h-and enriches br with ax****** .me IY.d. a nmethueg that .... h.* ar under the pretoil *t nw unites Christians which ss ........ .toM than th* total. aftormf the sacraments

_ypre asMd ay the aanaa." says II. stance.Use. af an.aM. to arvna af \Mot UMIMW In

viriutt "....i. hut. only. hy laith wish relies Kor. HIM. ..:.....1'.11' narrate at the Meg.sly Mraavr, m a m...' still more outs

M .the autharrty Ths M why, a* a words of Trent .Jet ...per Ito took bread sad btoi..dMd should. .... mention "..* public. lima. CheW\ u pr..... M His i I'htu.i h sits

Reasons forpastoral nee- aa Lake S. It .elks sstor ..> hfwk It and gv N to warn tavmt and seal. ....... af every Maw*" ''CaMl. offers m Hit Bans tko t.. 'rm, e "flha

hula' ..... s eves ,..' I. M Cyril Who wouid ever Weeds. that theaagjaatr Thos u My lady. given fur >ou daIhto phi Merle Umrg**, t: I. ND. AA1!I Ma**. H* ii pre.... H hw *. .teal.nnnaaten

ayt '0* art d+ sht ....... ins M Ins*. furmulai said hy tha amminrat far a camnnmarauoa .< M* And !..VItIM\ f "Wl<. a ranrtoama. whisk the *a>.ramaatsW

concern Hat ratlsar ,.... tile ward a< thakavMar caanciH tor Ih myatom af the a> watt the tapp wile sisppar wa .nd.Tan ctoarlr ....... from Ih. desIred w* find. seep consatotton. in rr. al i I'

m .... w MSSC Ma M she. tnstk.to .Itch Trinity and pre lararnatwa b* cup. .he seed. M the hew T*.UmatMy ". ha.. haw iisruaimg Kar ***n .lhaua in* *...'.nII'.4 .toa. .eel wordi wits,t

raaaat .to*. <**mm Thaai W Q 71 ,hidfld aa ao .burger apprapriato" f mmaf th INaod which M to lie sled for you a Pried ,Maulafter. Mum is nrivatothat shah. M Mm iVysaatom. ovrr.ooilh )

and anxiety ALl"I i ovr times and.. therefore that other. Ljha 8. h>.. rf Matt a. .. Mark.. Man M nat nmtOasg "....*. it .isaa of awe. described' she p"-s>

Tha the. Chnatiaa ,..,.. arhousg It* a* rashly. auhitjtutod for them H aM/ And by bsddiag ih A|,,,otl** toda alt af Chrkt and af .wa Charth la .*.errs a of sense Smut in tine affoYMf of the a'

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J4 IMS mon good la given rrrrt'r'nr'er flit
fceptemto ,
The Florida Catholic, Friday,
good of the individual Let us consider as

our own the interests of the community

of the parish, of the entire Church. extending
Encyclical on Eucharist 0'j our charity to the whole world

I j flLr i; y, because we know that everywhere there
1 4 are members of Christ

defends Trent's teachingcontinued The Eucharistic Sacrament venerable
brothers is the sign and the cause of the

unity of the Mystical Body, and it inspires
( from page five Flesh and Blood" f"ta Matth Comm. an active "ecclesial" spirit tn

toe the oblation ii the very ame" ("In Ch. 26 P. G., 66, 714). those who venerate it with greater fervor

Epist SAd Timoth. Homil." 2, 4< P.O. The Council of Trent basing Itself en Therefore never cease to persuade

12, 612)). this faith ef the Church "openly and those committed to your care that they
No one li unaware that the sacraments that within the Holy should learn to make their own the

art the actioni of Christ who adminis- sincerely!Sacrament professes ef the Eucharist: after. the c' cause of the Church, in approaching the

tera them through men. Therefore, the Consecration ef the bread and wine, Our eucharistic mystery) to pray to God without .
sacraments are holy In themselves, and Interruption to offer themselves t to
Lord Jesus Christ I, true God and true :
the of Christ they : God ss a pleasing sacrifice for the
by power pour grace Man I Is really, truly and substantially : peace
Into the soul when they touch the body. contained under those oulwsrd appear and unity of the'! Church, so that all the
The mind boggles: at these different waysIn children of the Church be united and
which Christ ii present: they con. think the same, that there be no divisions'
frrnt the Church with a mystery ever N In this way the Saviour In His humanity S among them but rather unity of mind
be pondered. Is present not only at the right handof + 4. + 4: and purpose, as the Apostle insists (cf

the Father according te the natural __ 1 Cor,1,10k.)
of existence but also in the Sacrament _
The real presenceBut of the Eucharist "by a mode of : May all\ those not jet In perfect communion

there I.l yet another manner hi existence which we cannot express In : with the Catholic Church, she

which Christ ii present in His Church a words but which, with a mind illuminedby : though separated from her glory in the
manner which surpasses all the others, faith we can conceive, and must IL name of (Christian share with us as soon

it ia His presence in the Sacrament of the most most 1 firmly believe! to be possible as possible with the help of divine grace
Eucharist, which ii for this reason "a to God" (Decree "On the Eucharist," that unity of faith and communion which
y Christ wanted te be the distinctive markof
of devotion a
more consoling source Ch. 1)). 4
more lovely object of contemplation, amore /i1atJC. His disciples

effective means of sanctification Christ Our Lord is Concelebrated Mass fourth session of Vatican Council This I..allft praying and consecratingone's
than all the other sacraments" (Aegidius opens self to God for the unity of the

Romanus, "Theoremata De Corpora Church should be practiced
Christ!," Theor. 50, Velll'tlill521. p. 127)). Pope Paul VI and Fathera of the Second Vatican nouncement ef the senate of B !!bop. and the debate on by Religious, both men and women particularly. Inasmuch

The reason ia clear; it contains Christ present in the Council celebrated Mass on September 14 opening the religious liberty as they are in a special way" devoted

Himself and It II "a kind of perfection of fourth session. The first week wu highlighted by the an. to the adoration of the Blessed.

the spiritual life; Jn a way, it ia the goalof of Sacrament, according It homage and

<< ell the sacraments" (St. Thomas, Sacrament what you see to be a mere figure. The eats of this flesh without having first en, among the people entrusted to your honor on earth, in virtue of their vocn.

lumm. Theol. Ill, Q. 7S, A.. 1 C ). offerings by the hidden power of God adored it. and not only do we not sin care and vigilance, to preserve this

This presence la called "real" all by the Eucharist by Almighty are changed into Christ's m thus adoring it, but we would sin if faith In its purity and integrity faith That all be
Intended to exclude may one
which K la not Body and Blood and by receiving thesewe we did not do w" ("In Pi." 98,1; P.L. which seeks only to remain perfectly
ether types of presence as If they eould come to share in the life.giving and 37, 1264)). loyal In the word of Christ and of the Nothing has ever been or is more important
not be "real" too, but because it is presence Transubstantiation sanctifying; efficacy of Christ" ("In Apostles and unambiguously rejects all to the Church or more consolingthan

in the fullest sense: that Is to say, Matth." 26, 27; p g. 72, 451)). erroneous and mischievous opinions. the desire for the unity of all Christians

K ia a aubtantial presence by and which Ambrose Bishop of Milan dealing Latreutic worshipof Tirelessly promote the cult of the Eucharist a desire which we wish to express
the God-Man Is wholly entirely -
Trent Decree with the Eucharistic change, says: "Let the focus where all other formsof once again In the very words used by the
(cf. Cone ,
present us he assured. that this is not what nature piety mutt ultimately emerge. Council\ Trent at the close of Its decree
en the Eucharist, Ch. 3)). the Sacramentof
It would therefore be wrong to explainthis To avoid' misunderstanding this MCramental formed, but what the blessing; consecrated May the faithful, thanks to your efforts on the !Most Blessed Eucharist:

presence by having recourse to the presence. which surpasses the and that greater efficacy resides 'in come to realise and experience* "In conclusion, the sacred synod with

"spiritual" nature, as it Is called of the laws of nature and constitutes the greatest ( the blessing than in nature, for by the the Eucharist ever more perfectly the truth of these paternal love admonishes, exhorts prays
glorified Body of Christ, which Is present miracle of its kind (cf. Encycl. Mirae blessing nature is changed." words: "He who desires life finds herea and Implores 'through the merciful kindness

by reducing it to a !kind Cantatis, Acta Leonu XIII, Vol. XXII place to \live In and the means to live of our God' (Luke! 1, 71)) that each
everywhere or
Tn confirm the truth of this
mystery, The Catholic Church his always offered
of symbolism, as if this most august Sacrament 19021903, p. 1231 we must listen with' by Let him approach let him believe and every Christian come at last to a
he recounts of the miracles described
consisted of nothing else than an docility to the voice of the teaching and many and still offers the. ,cult of Latna to let him be incorporated! so that he may perfect agreement regarding this. sign of
In the Scriptures IncludingChrist's
efficacious "of the spiritual praying Church. the Sacrament of the Eucharist, not only receive life. Let him not refuse union unity, this bond of charity, this symbolof
sign!: presence birth of Ihp11'111, Mary and
during Mass but also outside of it. reserving with the members, let him not be a corrupt concord, and, mindful of such great
of Christ and of His Intimate union This voice which constantly echoesthe .
then turning to the work of (!creation concludes
Consecrated Host with the utmost
member deserving IQ be cut off, dignity and such exquisite love of Christ
with; the faithful members. of His Mystical voice! of Christ, assures us that theway (thus
: care, exposing them to solemn nor a disfigured, member to. be ashamedof. Our art who His beloved soul
Body" (Pius XII Enc>cl. Human! Christ is made present in this Sacrament as
Generic. A AS. XLII, 1950 1'. 578)). Is none other. than by the change of "Surely the word of Christ, "hlthcould \eneratinn. and carrying them professionally Let him be a grateful, fitting and the price of our salvation and 'hi, fleshto
to the joy of great crowds of the healthy member let him cleave to the ...t' (John C 48 bt'ht.nd adore
It is true that much can be'! found In the whole substance of the bread into make out of nothing that which did ss.
the Fathers. and In the'! scholastics with His Body, and of the whole substance of not exist, can change things\ already In faithful. body let him live by God and for God. these sacred mysteries of His Body and
regard. to symbolism in the Eucharist the wine into His Blood, and that this existence into what they were not Forit In the ancient documents of the Church Let him now labor heie on earth that he Blood with such firm and unwaveringfaith

especially with reference to the unity of unique and truly wonderful change the Is no less extraordinary to give things we have many testimonies of this venera may afterwards reign In heaven" (1St, with such devotion, piety and veneration
the Church. Catholic Church rightly calls transubstantiation new natures than to change their na tion. The pastors of the church in fact Augustine, "In loans Tract." 26, 13 P. L. that they can receive frequently

(let Council of Trent, "De tures" ,i"Ie Myster. ," 9, 5052; P.L 18, solicitously exhorted the faithful to take 38, 1613)). that super\ -subetanhal bread (Malt (,
The Council *f Trent restating their tree on the Eucharist," Ch. 4, and Can 422424)). the greatest. care In !keeping the Eucharist : 11). which will be for them truly the life
It Is te be desired that the faithful
doctrine taught that the Saviour "bequeathed which
they to their homes. "The ef the soul and unfailing strength ef
the blessed Enrharlnl: to His 2)) Faith Rudy of Christ Is meant to be eaten. not evrry day and In great numbers, actively mind, so that fortified by its vigor' (cf
Church "as a symbol of that unity An a result of IranMibslantiittlon, the accepts mysteryHowever to be treated with' irreverence." St. participate In the Sacrifice ef the Mass, Kings( 18)l they can depart from this

and charity with which He wished all species of bread and wine undoubtedly there, is no need to assemble I\lpol\ )lu. warns the faithful ("Tradit. receive Holy Communion with a pure wretched pilgrimage on earth te reach
Christians to be mint intimately united lake new meaning and a new finality Ed hut "1.. heart and give thanks. te Christ' Our
on a many testimonies Rather let. us recall Almost ?", Tradition Apostolique their heavenly home where they win'
among themselves," and hence "as a for they no longer( remain erdinsry that firmness of faith with which the De St. Hippoljte," Munster 13! lard for ae great a gift. then eat the same 'bread
symbol of hat One Body of which He Is bread and ordinary wine, but becomethe ChUrl with one accord opposed Omen p. 84i. Let them. remember these words: 17 25)) no \longer hidden be the sprite
the Head" ('Decree "UII'lhe Eucharist," sign of something sacred the sign ef garius. who yielding to the difficulties of which eat under the
In fact the faithful thought themselves. "The desire of Jesus Christ and of the now they sacred '1"lfarancn"
Proem and Ch. 2)). a spiritual food. human reasoning, was the first who guilty and rightly so, as Origen recalls, Church that all the faithful receive daily ) (Deer De SS. Euchartstia,

When Christian literature was still In However the reason they take on this dared deny the Eucharistic change.!: if after they. received the Body of the Communion meant above all that C. 3)).

Its infancy the unknown author of that new significance' and this new finality Is More than once she threatened to condemn Lord In order to preserve it with all care through the sacramental union with God May the all good Redeemer who shortly

work we know, the "Didactic or Teaching simply because they contain a new him unless lie retracted. and rev erence.. a small fragment of it fell they may obtain the strength necestary before His death prayed to the Father
of the TII else Apostles" wrote as tot "reality" which we may justly term on- Thus it was that our predecessor St t through! negligence torn E od Fragm." for mastering their passions, for purging that all who were to believe in Him

Iowa on this subject: "In regard to the 10101:11"1.ot: ; that there lies under those ( 1'l'gUI'Y11., ordered( him to pronounce P. G. 12. 3itli.\ \ ( themselves of their daily venial would be one even as He and the Father

Eucharist, give thanks in this manner species what was already there befoie. the following oath "I believe In my The same pastors seveiely: reproved. (faults and for avoiding the grave sins to were. one icf John 17, :30211. deign
just as this bread was scattered and but something, quite different: and that heart and openly piofesa that the bread those who showed lack of reverence if it shah human frailtv is exposed" ""Peer. speedily to hear our most ardent prayer

dispersed over the hills, but when harvested not only because of the faith of the and wine w bah are \placed upon the altar happened. This is attested to by :Novili- S. Coticr Concil 20 Dec 141)6.) Approb.A and that of the entire Church, that we

was made one, so may Your Church, but In objective reality, since are, by the mystery of the sacred prayer anus whose testimony in the matter istrustwoithy. S. Pw X, A A S XXXV11I, !
Church be gathered Into Your kingdom after. the change of the substance or nature and the words of the Redeemer. substantially He judged as deserving condemnation .j01 I. celebrate the Euchanstic Mseter! > aid,
from the ends of the eaith" ("Didam hp," of the bread. and wine Into the Rody changed into the true and life- any one who came out of Sun. by participating m the Body of Christ

9.1 Funk, "Patres Apostolicl." 1, 20)). and Blood of Christ, nothing remains of giving! flesh and blood of Jesus Christ day service carrying Ilh him as usual become one body cf 1 Cor I 10.( 171.' linked
the bread and wine but the appearances, (Our lard and that after the Consecration the Eucharist: the sacred Body of the. Visit Blessed SacramentIn by those lane bond which He rum-

His Body and BloodThe under which (Christ whole and entire.In there Is present the true Body of Lord. "not going\ to his house but runningto the course of the d.the faithful self desired for its perfection.And .

I His physical "reality" Is bodily present (Christ hll'hI U born of the Virgin and, places of amusement" l' I'e !SpciUcuIts' should not omit to visit the Blessed Sacrament wt turn with paternal .ffl !lion
tame we read in St. Cyprian, writIng although not In the same way that offeied up for the salvation of the world. CSEL III p. 8)). whK-h according to the liturgical also to those w ho belong to the venerable

In defense of the Church against( bodies aie present In a given place. hung on the Cross and now sits at the laws must be kept in the churches with Churches of the Orient, from which
schism;; "Finally, the sacrifices! of the right hand of the "Father and that theme. Daily CommunionOn great reverence a most honorable location came so many moat illustrious Fathers
lAnd proclaim the unity of Christians, is present the true Blond of Christ which
chose to the belief of
No longer bread wine Such visits are a proof of gratitude. testimony the Fu-
bound together by the bond of a firm and filmed from His ude. They are present the other hand St Cyril 1 of Alexandria an expression of 10811 acknowledgment chanst we have so gladly cited in our
Inviolable charity. For when the Lard For this reason. the Fathers took special not oral!) b> means of a sign: and of the rejects a* folly the opinion of of the Ixird's present !letter. Our soul! is filled w ith intense .
In speaking of bread which Is producedby care to warn the faithful that in re- efficacy( of the Sacrament, but also In those who maintained that if a part of presence.Ne Joy as we consider your faith in the

the compacting of many grains of Heeling on this must august: !Sacrament the very reality! : and truth of their nature the Eucharist: was left over for the following one ran rlIl. understand that (he Eucharist: which 'is else our faith, and

wheat, refers to It .i His Body He Is they should 1 not trust to their senses, and substance" 'iManM, "('oil. Ampins. day it did not confer Modification divine Kucbarlst: "hestec| apes the ( hrl-' ai we I listen ta the iiturgral' prayers by

describing our people whose unity He which reach only the properties of bread Concil" XX 5241)1)>. "..or." he says, "neither Christ is tin people aa Incomparable. dignity. which you reletrate se great a nv ,t.n.

hat sustained, and when He refers towine and wine but rather to the words of These words hills accord with the doctrine altered nor I His Holy Brady changed but :Not only! while the sat-rifne is offeredacid we rejoice to beheld your eucharistic' devotMn. -
pressed from many grains and her- Chrilt! have to transform, the forte and )power and vivif
power of the mystery of the I EucharMir: ) ing grace the sacrament is received but as and te read your theologians explaining
as His Blood, h< is speaking of our the and always remain with it" "i'
rice change and transmute bread tPIIIt.d Ca- er defending the dot trine of this
change: ai set forth by the ecumenical the Kuchamt
flock, formed by the fusing of many united wine into His Body and Blood. For' as councils. The lod.vruim" "'. C. 74<<. Ittti) lone as is kept M ourchurches meet august Sacrament.
constant leaching ef these
and oratories, Christ 'is truly
together" (".:p. Ad Magnum," I those! same Fathers often said, the power Nor should we forget that in annent "
-of the Lateral, ef Constance, the Emmanuel: that is. "God with M
P. L 3, 1189))) that accomplishes this is that same times the faithful harassed by th.10-
Florence' and Trent- nether staling the Day and night He is in our midst He Prayer for
But before all of these, St. Paul had God lent of unityMay
1 power by on hit h Almighty I at the pertetutiun or Snag m solitude
leaching of the Church
er rondemning
dwells with u*. full of and truth
written to the Corinthians\ the one bread beginning of time, created the world out out of love for monastic life nourished grace the Meet Ble..eiluCm
errors, afford us an .lIlIIirAhl111I1'11' eel John 1, 14'> He restores merauty,
makes us one body, though we air manyIn of nothing ef the nnchangtngneis ef the Catholic themselves even daily receiving Holy iMMirtsttei virtues, cemoles the afflicted. from whom Brest Our laud t....k the
number the same bread is shamed by "\\ have. been instructed In these matter Faith. Communion by their own hand w hen the flesh whir warier. the ifn-v 'f"s n( bread
the weak He Hisown
all ((1 Cor. 10, 17)) .< and filled ills an unshakable (faith:," Priest or deacon was absent iff. Basil.Epist. strengthens prefKwes and some "is contained' 'n'lered and ion-
While the eucharistic symbolism nays !St. Cyril Alexandria!., at the end After the Count! of limit our predecessor : ." U, PG. 32:!, W4AA) example to those< who route to Himthat Minted i iCIC ('an Ml > may ail the
all team to t be. like HimseU.
brings us to an understanding of the of a sermon on the mysteries of the Pius \ I. on the occasion of the may saints af God spetiailv th .*e > h" bu-n-
We say thin m>l In order thai there meek and humble of heart and. te seek
effect proper to this Sacrament which is faith "that that \\hlt'h' seems to he eirors of the Synod of 1'istoia, warned ed wink s Mere ardent devotion In the''
he some change I"I the ef keepIng not their oas interests but thane e( GadAnvewe
the unity of the mystical Boily. it does hi esi. Is not bread, though it ta 11'III.\ .., parish Priests so lIt'n'arr Inl out their may way Divine. Kurharwt. mfenrtte )b ,"me the
not Indicate or explain hilt it i I' that it. but the Rid) of (Christ and that oltite of teaching not to neglect to speak' the KurharNt: and .f rerelvlag Holy who approaches this august Father af merries w that 'frmn this .
makes this Sacrament different from all which scents to he some I Is nutI inp. of transubstantiating one of the titles, ( minimum mhkd!! n liter cc pre !Sacrament with spes-ial rtevetstm and fait as end motion lass grit the 'Kuu sere
rnhrd h. ( hunk taco and whsvk! -
others. though( it too tastes ai such, but the of the faith (Iron t"Auctorem Fides," IMWremaia endeavors to return generous fane for rut may nosh and loutish a prrfe. t
In fine but rather that '
Blood of Christ diaw inner strengthby :August: t 1794)) e may ('hrist s own infMite kite *iD experience Mitv ef ....-.. among all li'-m
rejuke ever the faith .f the hurrk
ad full Mawitawt-iMM wagaestuperrtwl
God this bread fond ) toaaaI'atorgettame
True true ManThe receiving as spiritual
which It always one and the and
same. .
and soul will ,r'Cuteche.es. joy trailhew prm-nns is '
your rejoice" We adore GodSimilarly are UV Needs ec the i
constant teaching which the Cath- ," 22, 9: "M III"t 4; pg 3.1. 1103, This faith also gave rise to the least tee life hwfclea with Chmt in GeeS I idCel nsertyr I lamMisw. a his to sly
olio Church passes on to her catechu- St Juhn ('hr) 'o lom emphases this our predecessor of happy of Corpus Christi which was first celebrated 3 'I> sail .hew greet. is the ,..... of faithful ef Phisedetenia warming the the
against r i Ie|
menu, the understanding of the Christian point saing. memory Pius XII recalled the bounds m the diocese of Liege specially centerte with Christ, for Mere is a.-iag .f dnnseaa and schism, the

people the doctrine defined by the Council "It Is not the power of nun which which those who undertake to discuss through, the effort of the wntDt of Gael mere ron.els g en earth. s. hag anereefttcacsjw hsch. Mea m the ".......1It remedy'Strive,i<*

of Trent, the very words used by makes. what Is put before ua the Body the mystery of trannuhManttation might Blessed Juliana of Mount Cornelius and for advaexiBg along the read then." be says, ..to make ... of ear
Christ: when He instituted the :Must lint\ ) and Blood of (Christ but the power of nut cross ,lAllovutto llabtta Die 22 Septembns which, our pnnievesaar t'rboe IV extended of holmesa. ef thanksgnmg ier the flrea at Our ram Lord

Eucharist: compel us to acknowledge!: Christ Himself ho was crucified for 'II i J95\. A .\. S CLVIII. Hfio. p., to the universal Church. From it hose Jews Grit II saw and one u the hat
that 'the Eucharist: is that flesh of Our The Priest 1 standing theme In the plate 72uVe! > ourself also. In fulfilment of our originated many practices sf Kucharutse: Tabernacle of love m the uaiaa af His Blend one altar a e

(aviour Jesus Christ who suffered for of Christ says these words but their apostolic off.He. have openly borne piety which under the inspiration e4 divine BwhoaT ,iBput \d Phuadepa 4 P o one S
our sins and whom the Father' in His loving power and grate are from dod "This. is solemn itness tn the faith of the Church grate have creased from day today Further JON realue venerabie. brag _. ,

kindness raised again". ''St Ignatius. Mv Body" he says and thl"f'.dll at the :National Eucharistic: Congress: and with which, the Catholic ChurchIs era that the Eucharist i. reserved m th EatovragN In the "moM
'Ep. Ad Sm>rn." 1, 1. r 0. S, 714i. tran fol'mlhat lies before him" ,i"Pe held recently at Piu c.'. A S L\ 11, 'striving .\tr more tn do homage to churches and oratories as w the scantus! hope of the Mewiagj rtch .ui roriWmg\

To these words of !St. ,Ignatius, of Antiovh.we Prodit. Iwlae Honvil 1. .. pg 49.\ Mfl. 'Ih5. PI' 5fI8..W2 Christ to thank .Him f...r sa greet a gift reefer of a retnpo community er ef a cite .** Chun and the Mire accrwe to

may add those which Theodore of rf "In Matth !H l mil A:!. S. p g SII, Moreover! the athofoc Church has held and to implore His meicy.Exhortation perish ves. of tfte cnn sisal Owrcfc semi hem aa rreajse. dttetiasi te the wnrkj.

Mopsueta, a faithful witness to the 7441 on to this faith m the pienence in the of all eX ....mHlt) sate ...... te aspeaianre with I prefeuarf. ..f..ttecI .. Ku.cheriat. .
faith of the Church\ on this point addressed Eucharist: of the Red) and Blood of ef On 11'<<". find II CM- yen ttmeraMe brothers lfn.jartlto

to the faithful "The lard did Eucharistic miracle Christ. not only! in her teaching but also to tared. lire uvisiMe .Heed. ef ts>e (harsh Rase... Mkjme and all those who te the.

not say This. Is a symbol of :My Bud), in her practice state slue has at all tilt Redeemer ef lire World, the Ceeer ef ** yea and at alt the rot.stdiirae
mid this a symbol of My Blood but' This Cyril. Bishop Alexandria., Is in full tirow given to this great. Sacrament. the all heartsby whom aO tiuthgs are and .. "Med. .. year rare the UitUul J
Is My Body and My Blood He" teaches aarf'f'ftlt'flt11th' the Bishop of Constantinople worship which is known a atria and promote the cult by ahem we ,lilt" (II Car. '. I'> **...... a a pled.s at apostolic
us not to look to the nature of those/ when he writes in his commentaryon which may be given to God atone Free this It follows that tfce wersfclp grecea hMveaiy

thing which lie before U< and are perceived the Gospel of !St Matthew Chris.t. As St Vugustine sail 'It was ,m Hit paid to the Div ine Eucharist trvtty m- Given af Home at st Pit.,'.

by the senses, for bthe prayer laid indicating (the bread ..ltdI In.' -. flr,h that (' -', t walked among us andit of the Eucharist ><..I.: "te 11).1. to lultnate vn.ai: love third da at Sep en.h. i ms. ...>? ./ ;1' the.
af thanksgiving and the word spokenever Thu is :'II8..,<1Ind fins .1 My :ii His fe! >n 5' .,t lie >"U giv.-n .< teal !St Augi.\ .I ne De l.f"4 1 I.ft XI, $T PL. \ ? ,rv f. IM: tII. '*

them, they hasp been changed into B .soil in tuJci that. "Li might r,".t lge i 1"1 i i>ii I s.+.sa: '''fi No one N'\t vi" \Ve : n i sax. vii.st!>;ie ,' .\, P L :04, 4. > 1he "111 rat t>( e> p.*" ,-/> .d



The Florida Catholic. Friday September 21, 1965
': :,.... q' r Council auditors Dedicates shrine of Mather SpInn..
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Says Irish monks crossed ; : .:\\' \ORK '
!" l. ( ( )1-8flfGrt C M., biographer of Mother
\f.. here for the Second Seton. first native America

Atlantic before Columbus \ATICAV ( ) '.n Council, Francis Car to he beatified, said the S>

Fifty-two Spellman dedicated the tons moved there on May 1,
hate been Seton Shrine at a site IflOJ This was when William
\W\ CRt'Z, .MeIco (NC) William Verity, a 33- the fourth .... she once lived with her Seton had suffered severe

>ear-old Irishman, claims that monk from hu homeland u ) ( menical (' (" and five children' business reverses and had to(

crossed the Atlantic centuries before Columbus did, a new newly renovated build. abandon fashionable house

worked among the Olmec tribes in Mexico, then made a tt manent adjacent to Our Lady of on Wall Street
return crowing national t'tIftIt' Rosary church, built In
1 Mother Seton was still! a
Many of the strange tracesIn enced by the Irish also left a a', a e apoMolate. has style architecture and member of the Episcopalian
ancient Mexican great cultural heritage before Of the total stood since the
Indian faith at that time and a pariahioner
culture and religion are ex, they were displaced by warlike J'L U are IHMta The Shrine Cha of famed Trinity

plamable in light of the arrival tribes sought refuge in 1 Sisters extends through the Church on Wall Street Her
of adventurous Irish the La Yenta region of Vera The new building, and is on the conversion to tile Catholic

monks who crossed the Atlantic Cruz, then disappeared as a the third / lev'el with arcommoda. faith came on March 14. 1805,
for :2V4
liank people
Verity said race Duff of at St Peter'i church on

To prove one pet of his der of the Hliabelh: Ann. Se. Barclay Street
Aerlty laid he Is
thesIs. Verity himself engaged president of life I U depicted there In
crossed la research that will yield Joseph M( Mother Seton was beatified
the Atlantic earlier glass windows,
yearin "unassailable proof" that the 4 i1 1 Florida by Pope" John XXIII on Marcia
small boat
a of the
kind hiscountrymen Irish were the first to set foot of Sma .. Joseph' I. Dirvln 17 1 may have used on the soil of Mexico He said
around the year 800 It took .\ho, Martin '
he Is .
certain that the
him about eight weeks to the director(
legend In Mexico of white
make the trip from Ireland to of Catholic HOMESBRETT
men with beards does not
Mexico in a 12-foot
mrat stocked with water and dried craft refer Spanish' f to conquerors.Columbus .r the' Cathedral winner of Ad Altare Dei medal Uruguay Miss Gladly vice

"I didn't have any trouble "Those bearded, coaled Monsignor John P, Burns, pastor of medal to James J. i DeVito Jr.. 14, youth tcrnational\' FUNERAL HOME

at all. I didn't even need all men were Irish monks," he Cathedral pariah in St. Augustine, recently while the scoutmaster, Charlra Coke Mrs. Jose : ; 345.0101 AMBULANCE SERVICE

that food I used only about said "And the Legend of presented the high Catholic looked on Jimmy U an Eagle: Scout Mexico City.

half whil crossing the .\Uantic QueUalcoatl, the bearded scouting award, the Ad Alt.,. Del Christian .' Q Quu

white god who came from the In Mexico and I
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But what I did was unimportant sea and returned to it, is -- -- Skoda of (' '

," he said also closely I interwoven with ....
r.s a. I" r_"....
the Irish monks. Reds turn Prague wilt... a, t.. h.... a, a.4ts'I.w.
"The Important thing Is Catholics and Russia ns .... ..a ..,.u4
that I am certain that a group After a n undeterminedstay
of Irish monks did tome from in the New World th! chapel to museum,

Ireland, and they reached the adventurers' set off for the! '

insure Kl I t f'' r. Then they long voyage home promising bar Mass at shrine U.S. reliance on birtl h Ruben A. run W.. C. J...*....
went Inland to the high pla. to return. Irish legend too funeral Pirector funeral' I Director
teal leaving some of their speaks of monks who madean BONN Germany (NC) II!>' George! ; M. llarnmnn.NCMC Be,s" of whit h '

companions along the way. enormous crowing of the The Czechoslovak government News' hen lit* replied "That
unknown Atlantic fial.tlin; : fi.r; { Ie derfelda'
hat turned the national shrine Ilr:IilUMiigimlav; la Spokesmen for two unlikely say
These Irish
monk exercised Therefore. the rUN."u. IiOM.
prophecyof Rut It
a great influence on the of !St. Uencmlaus In !St \itus' allica, the Catholic Church and the Soviet Union
the! return of QuettalcoaUIs tragedy that ( Oxygen'' t Radio Rqutpptd Anbubn
have denounced what consider to be the United
01 we tribes Inhabiting this definitely part of the pattern cathedral In Prague Into a they sent the '
n'"ion( They left traces of States-dominated' preoccupation with birth control at the
of Iri Ir ,h culture behind in the who came to the New celebration of Mass in it. recent United Nations World Population Conference' heie fie resources. O 107 M.M. A*.
c, rtral \era Cruz plateau World They never came bark The statement by American \. development' ST. CLOUDMsnowasastrm.auosrasa.
a'd in the KS\, Germaa Calkellr\ economist : beneficial, one In many ways
: even Fnke
enormous after lea;nt? Who knows Stephen" very negative Ph o.l12.21SI
valey: of Mexico they may have perished ina less agency, said that Bishop that $S worth of birth control There are many sptpmiid |>eo- problem "
tranllsrk Tomaek apotlollr Is worth lino of development pie here and there Is a great .
And the Olmecs I Influ- storm( \eilu said economic There Is no <<
administrator of the Prague the re'|xt t for the attain (post
controversies extent of the I77-7SI4
archdiocese, protested !I. the the lion Hut we' have almost "
among molt
tern Father
(.t eminent than BOO experts attending the fallen Into a unilateral one SAK!. Hut it Is '

//I ST. AUGUSTINEGINTY In its replv' the ministry of 10-day conferem' (population sMed conception problems of." all he slated the. and complex, P. BOZA KIYERSIDI CHAPEL

culture made only one con The ppnkliliin t. the tics must b l>e ( / ) Slot N. ARMENIA AVt

'euktn.-JIf'rmllilOO for Blah hut birth control rather thin light of TAMPA 7, FLORIDA

op Tomaiek to celebrate. Mats economic and tethnnlnflcaldevelopment : The \allran observer' said! '.(.nuplis. hate

In the chapel| once a >ear' on l. l I. the ( tug thai ernnoinUli, demographers deride (the tire (

PONTIAC !September 28, feast of !St range answer (. p4lpul.llonprob'l'm. and anrlaloglsls, are In the lies Hlliimil McLELLAN INC.

Plumbing; end H..t'9' RAMBLER HenceslauiSt has come mainly same seed of what we call pressures from ( -

VA '247t Viencetlaus. who! was from representatives if the Chrhflan rnnnU .at a doctor said. FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Banta Brothers murdered in the 10th century !ScMlel bloc asllons and the .r a l'rlt'II."h.., should deal
12 WDemi SIr..t I. $4. a..d Is the national patron of Bohemia ('ath.lk dmrcl. with the population prnhlrm"with "I do not 17 W. UNION STKEET-JACKSONYtUE

the same sense of hu opinion f'apn.... Cn+;miMi. S.r U. ShIll I 1154

The chapel his father Henri Maurue' de mil retpfiatlhllltv," he sild this. conferem
I Riedmatten OP the Holy has '
nearly !
Sales and S.rviceCHEVROLET.BUCK remains was rlo ed by the
Prescriptionsfoxalt See's observer at the roofer Asked If he shared in theM mum growth.
Prague regime for some time cite said In an Interview that. |4iiion' that the I' S 'm taking time has come I I
/ for renovalMM. and was re P. H. OM..J r.r.".....
the UN conference was "a the lead in the one aided. population from e'JR'J.'
opened only last May '.
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<< Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, September 24, 1965

urges Legion of decencyrates r .Y Pf Void/i

state check new movies ,


movies Ratings will be published in the last Issue of each month. '
on ;
Morally unobjectionable (for all j

,.,101I ,.1' liuiil Ititl llnnyri Imki WIKMMtHlll .
'Judge'! declared here that a -Co.,... Tklt till, ClfllllCWUI'I' '....'I Nl.r Inn Iht Ak ills Mwnb." M Mil PIN f t r yt4Nt ci1.ss1y : "

law is ..
state movie regulation '''mlf JIMIIII. 110..., I UitH. THMr tmt tt tuna.' TMi
needed to "dram off the 1.1. /iif liir"I ..,iniii P....,. fl1SNIi ,
Ill MMilIHIt III. <.. DinMrilinwi till, M. tki JmtH, Until t
moral I sewage running IKI. Tkiluitiil HUM Turnip Millminttkill .,
through many of the motion HIT hll Till, H'kH.' Will, tl tH If llMi 0' 511Ehl
55. UntiliKfitill 'I.... M.l..."..t Mil II ale
picture screens of today MAXI"IS" Trill' timlMMl Tktir n,,.. MickitllTfiil ,
Justice Michael A. Musmanno 1,111 PIII' 5 Nimlli if JIM N tri
.". .., ".'M Mf) ',neck..! IS5... liicifiuiM U. turn tM IIKHvniir
of the Pl'nns'I\'anla UlfllllHimroiM N Tuiuii it.tin .,.....
Court told a Kiwanis MKMIIkciliil '...<. Hilll VII .).. IllllllViriit
Supreme H Minim, Sill, ....I K IM UritMiMIikM li IM Ilium itIki Melbourne Bishop Moore
Club meeting here he favoreda n. TM (rill In
bill now before the legislature I......1 Salrl"5 .'",'.! Smii'lli'titM CNN.> IM ClKk Until
Li..1 I $5. Call hut'1 *'" I lrt *.. MtlinTM
which would provide for 7/5 IMaIN11 Km It IM MM Central Catholic High School

a three member review I Morally unobjectionable for adulh ind adoUtcentsIII ORLANDO On Thursday
board. He said if the board High SchoolAt

decides a movie Is obscene, it >., Tki Icitltr, TM Kill" Will., ll timid, 1 leim if FIW September 16, a pep rally was
",nl ....".. IM "Illllll Fill,, TM ...", I) Sup HirkMllt'lt a recent meeting of the held to boost Bishop Moore's
would ask court Injunctionto
a | Itllltil, tM lilt tliliMUt, Imkil OnilllHImk ll M| IWCIII
restrain Its showing. The Illlklt Sill. lip I Him, A !.,. Sll>ll >|lillt TMSitMtiM Melbourne Central Catholic already enthusiastic school
.,.,.. ii tM tin Sal Imll 5,111
would have an High School Athletic BoosterChub spirit The 66 pep club officers -
film owners .rip* it MMikirCll l n< lillllMllK PM
opportunity to present their SHIM IMIM DlMKll Ill Settinim the following officers made their first appear.
Cllll If IMIItIMil.it MiiiwiiMMilllll elected to for the before the students.
serve ante
case In court, he added Sttfl WllklfMiii tki PlttfIbiill were
lilt '"'...., TMIlllll !K| 9 year 19G5-66: Charles I R. After a few cheers to set the
"To characterize such an .,. tlffllI Mums tl IM IIMlINikK Tklt flint rnllllfTitkll '' Carroll mood Coach Harold Nelson
O'Meilia. president:
I nil lillir, SliIM' TMNlkll MlTim A
orderly procedure as censor.hlp I rrmkmtiil Mull. IMIMCI llltilliut ll lili| McNamara: ., vice president, introduced the football squad.
. Is to willfully cry 'wolf/ Nintir'ruin 5511' W.II Saul I" h. TII.r
James E Bellinger,
,' TMM TlMl, TkiTmitr .
the Jurist IBid.Incftuel llnr .,... TM Ml tM/ ,....1.. Hut Twl I ; and Robert E. Gorman, The rally was held III the
Hill lilil MlllK'l TMUlfilMlit M.l.ll If Spn5.511,5,< Wllk III! In Juvenile delinquency If (III Sl".MInn If wn<. TM Will, II IM told Flashes study season scheduleBob secretary This wss the first time the
if (HkHiiMillllnM lirlincMlillll very DlctirtVlMf John Q. Adams 574 CharlesDrive
<< the high rate of social Nt,,, ril...M fiT gym was Iud by the student
diseases and the problem Webb, left, quarterback for the son's schedule, one game of which has Eau Gallic, has been

ef unwed mothers the Judge Morally unobjectionable for adult fit Joseph' Academy' Flashes, and }been played, The Flashes lost to Rouse appointed membership chairman body.

said may not necessarily be Itl N. DM Mst IIIMl lnilMt tnlkllllki Steve Vaccaro, halfback are pictured in Jacksonville 27-7 in their first for the coming year. After the first game the
traceable to Immoral movies sills Itl to M.. with their coach Kd Drczd in St. Au
.ir Null Nut, twill 51,11 l TlMl M IM Wllll outing
but the manner In which Illicit mini tIMiMIlitfiil CkiillttlNlilllir IllirItlwll the financial responsibility As the clock rolled
gustine. They are looking over aea
and illegal behavior Is being ,lot Illllllliily for the Athletic programat down to zero the score stood
,,. .. .. ..
tutu' if vim runtalime Mritrni | ir i mull
depicted today in movies la I",. II ,....... lull Illll High school football Central High School which Bishop Moore 12-Lake\ltw.
weakening the moral fiber of IrMI hill I IM wtiit. TH titMlllilicill i1A15MItlIu1t Includes full vanity schedulesin
*t Tltlllf'lClnlilll CueUII TM TMll Ail ,lit ll..llTl 12.The
young people. IqlilllUitt M...,. Minn, M..., "< D.". TMTkM football, basketball, track game was well' dis-

Mothers of teenagers are TMt MintlilNllkni elhe I lirilIk.Mit and baseball The major project rutted as the students gathered .
,. Mf twlllliki Id l MMe D StIll.
disturbed ever many films ."] .i i Thigh TH Tin. itTl Teams catch rugged 1 1st foes for the Booster Club this for the howdy dance Six
It... TM III rill OWIlliltill .l WltMlt, Pigr,511ltI game the construction of a
being distributed today, the Wrtlll lull ,.. *|.|HummiH year is hundred students were In at

Judge declared but are pow. .tkl mill rum, n ,IH inirittk if (Mitmivinitr / : of diocesan I squad saw action and Frost. tie with the Red Devils Coach baseball diamond adjacent to tendance. The music was provided
hilt "". TM if iiiii' A in mWir BOOSTERS football .
erless to protect their children lull" TMBlIlM fit II IM tkr IHI. IMWnt teams had a proof was able to score in the Harold Nelson's Hornets tied already-conbtructed by Bishop Moore's own
from "debasing suggestiveness. ,irillMMl film" ) lien ..< Nil IntMritlllM Mt Itirf halftime field.Notre. band Jerry and the Gents.
fourth quarter. The Hustlerstravel with l.akl'lew at ,
.... ii a win M...... If flllill, Will' In* gauge of the potential
He said: "The mo- to Boca Raton, St. Andrews fought from behind In the
needs for adults with strength of their favorites as \ week of campaigning and
tion Industry reservations
picture Morally unobjectionable on September 25 for an fourth quarter but couldn'tadd
two dos of suspense came to
nine high school squads kick. Dame
regulation 15515 imf it MWMHIMlmr ...... TM r-mpk.i, Inn' TM afternoon game the winning TD to their end with the announcement
If I MirlHm 115"1MM.., TMU M/ liwitIliint. ed off in opening games last fine total of 200 yards ,alned. an
In M. Petersburg, fans
St. honored 1 mi, TMlilt Olltl MIN TM of the victors In the
Anthony LIt Ml kiln, Him ClitirIII weekend. As '65 schedulesturn J jsyed a thriller between\ Bishop end AcademyST. clans elections.
Bill Donovan playing
C51Ntw. TM lllill .infill II tM titsCI ,
with military title Illllll, TMililf lint D.,', Illilir ,IlllNiH Trtlll if tM WllllTkil next to September 24, Father Barry's Barons and the and tackle alternately on defense I'LTKH-SBIRC.: Seven .
LUANDA Angola (NT) .,, ," IlliliH till Largo Packers. The final For the seniors, officer
Lopez High School and /
..III I WlltMimn I.I .ll C"tiMIIMHI Tin lini drew lop performance June graduates of Notre
The patron of the Portuguese thug ltll Hiiiii llyHMwtii ,.. Tiw| ti IniOictin Tampa Catholic High School score of 208 in favor of the plaudits. Dame Academy In St Petersburg ate Nick Pope, president, JoAnn
D,. Slimii'innr IriMiMmnt Partridge \vice
artillery battalion stationed at Packers does not indicate the president
TM if Trill, TMMMM TM rK'plvt'dt'll.. and .
lift V'lil." the chase for entered
join in
Maquela do Zombo St. An. Iclo,i. tunNiH Wilt. li tM Will. !<<. good: defense Coach John Cardinal Mooney High ; Sharon Bednart, secre
thony of Padua, has now been S'. II tM I IIUIMNilkiif ,.11.. lull' Iml. IM glory in their respects Ash's Barons presented on School entertained Brewster the postulate of the tar) Terry Hormuth. treasur
,... ,
111 use n"l hll lul tki liltliliiifir ml tki Willilf, ,. School Sinters of Notre Dame.
made an honorary lieutenant I./wu5 011 IM lull, IM 1"11INN1 leagues. ram soaked Barry Field Thewlnnl'r' High of Tampa, and the namaproH.d er. Steven Dortisetf and Peg
,.,... The formal ceremony took
colonel. runt Initial 14 points late In the to be better\ mudders, Mornsey. student council representatues. -

The experience was not new Morally objectionable in part for all Clearwater competition Central Catholic found final quarter coming just galloping to a 380 score The place Wednesday Jude Church, September St. Don CIOIAt)'. alternate .
8, at St. in
to St. Anthony, who was born after Barry High had tied the !Sarasota o field flooded by a In the Junior class
... traveling to Lakeland to meet
II m In M N I *l| tMlMir TMlinim Petersburg
In the 12th century In Lisbon.In | Al,IB, lllHtHII llillll JIM tiiiiiii. film CIM .... the Santa Ke Hawks of Coach rugged contest at 6 to 6, made thunderstorm, !gave Coach these officers were elected! :

a chapel in Lagos, Portu haul, TM ,Him In Ml tM, liili lirlIMii Jack Barker The visiting the difference. Jack Schw md's light Cougars The girl entering from Dan Schivonne. president:
link lillilk ll Kill Cm"IfIMI
gal, there II a statue of the | SUll Ml Hick iHI 'itlll (,itll I ttk't il IM tut. IIlllll Marauders under little footing either on offenseor :Notre Dame were: Jane Asgermeler. Jean Wroble. vice president;
saint wearing the red sash of c,..mill, III, TMI It.| !.'... TMIt *"ll M limn Coach Ar- The' Baron's ro-eaptalns, on defense in catching the << F.llnor Wlnemas Kathy Shorn, secretary John
I C"r, Dim *"!" If l.rtll, INlkii 116 1I. mand Sabounn, went back to Rub minis and !Ken trlftbie,
an 181h.century Portuguese | Cif ll lillllIII L. | f. l.il Pistil, III NI.r. the west coast with rushing Hams Sue Kursnt, Barbara Prvle, C. I h i In. treasurer; Gerard
colonel across his brown C.. If IM llli>| Cllfll h.. 111 Mary 'HII ItiiMln, 1MS1mls,1 an impressive together: with lion Johnson In Tampa after a scoreless Cathy Mc'lure and Judy Indwell. Totil and Terry Rush, student
II L.* tM ItlliM Wlffll linn 27.7 victory. and Stan Kmct
habit, I VlKll ,IIK .M, ,lit Hill liklii if (Ill quarterback first quarter Jesuit High I council representatives Mary
| Ciiil' Ml TM TM III. H... Tiwl TlkitiTil Hulling lit first downs to led the leain tUurt I saw Kay BeutlKh, alternate Bill
...,.... up School tallied a touchdown aquartt'r
c. Mn a IM M.IIHMll IIMIIIII TMTimlin. breaks
Beach II.nil If DlikMlltlK Nil I lillllMlllw II Mr TwlIHMr the Hawks' III, ('leurwaler K"t the final period give thereafter and easily Father Timothy J Allman. McLeod and Anne Sabin astnriate -
Daytona | If I iKMIIfiK It IM III IllllM .,. their opponent the victory. assistant pastor of St. Judea Caruso
.. .. .. a ktrong offensive performance outruthed Plnecreat i t. IM. justices
tt I Ck Ml lIII < ir TIM, TMMUlHtHM ".itl ... DiltviWill i
., M Null from halfback Kick Mil- Another potentially strong Coach Ray Dirharrv moved celebrated the Mast marking sergeant at arms.
flit tll'ltll"rim ..>fl Pier, TMiM "KMII' turn Mirtrtwkn this momentous event Before
bin mit" tin *, Mast. fill ini ii,.|n| ,. MIP,1 lOll. a Junior h.. gained KlJimli squad, Bishop Kenny HighS the quarterback of last ear Sophomore class officers
r .ATTOI/A I I(1pt Tlltllll I CHUM Sill" NI Itubr In III and scored two of thewinner's <'hool. began a schedule of Kd rim I I In o. to halfback the Offertory Father Allman, are Jerry I Krehl. president;
hill 115.5 M.",, NMktr Ckitrii, "SlySSr' li Pawl assisted bv Father James K:
Sills .. IM Pawl IklIt Mal. tl d.,1ymnlir four Ill's, facing much larger schools in where he teamed up with Patty DtIll.I'ICe.prPlkl..nt;
| '"'1.. IMitM Film, ) N,.u liklHi InnTlnilim "< the Jacksonville Coach sophomore Frank :Maixari in Griffin blessed the veils and Patty BGarvey a..., secretary; Bob
HI Kiln Till III.KII *"kM4 John Kill and Charles Sister Mane Carmel presented .
Mitt Pl". .. 115 ,,, ,. ,, Crusaders found ground that treasurer Rob Knee
Mms 5 Sally c u 111116 ? ,11 | Hce\es J"nt Tv lIOn's a strong game
..... II III I Mini SII PntM >lImck linn, shared the other six- the veil to each candidate nPr and Mary Mcl wrny. student
,couple of 2t)0) brought the Tigers vklory.Buck .
big pmimi run.
M1. Huff I Will lil'llI lilwl It MlltlIHIII pointers The Marauders line The sermon for the occasion council
I I H likl liiilil Tow backs of Fletcher hard representative;
MART fling
stalwarts were" :Mike Dellepodll show of the week; was delivered bv Father Patrick Sue Galto* ay. alternate ;
Condemned ppiinn, Keel, ItruteItakrr to Mop The J. Caverl. who had Garry Grappo and Lucy Nur-
ed Kenny the loner, :396.
Salt,,. TM tifl TIN Ikiitli Carl. fiiiinl Sill hrlh1n and John llermlon San Rick Wilson taught the girls at Noire soy' associate' JuMires, Bob
Wund. W... ,. >l Im film' h' 11,1 i ifiiiiii ta Fe's doling( thrust registered St. Joseph Academy ] iurneved Clearwater Central Cath IseIJneman Dame l last year. Favreau. sergeant at armsFreehmen
I lull tltlll II. I ill tinll'l finiitrIwiliil to South Jackiwnville
their touchdown In the ; filled to
184 North Beach St 'iiitmiiiIHI II M) ftlllltillIm II ll.lllrflitniln The was are looking forward .
..". n .. i MmIlilil. Nkt ml |WITMIIIIII game's last minutes.. for a night game "opener"against of' the werkt rapacity with, parents and to their elections<< which

Phone 255.5479 Cu5 CnM" Inci H l,i nil, MliMimt MiKilimMilni. Ikl Sails, In The Melbourne Central t I Holies, and had to return Ore, Terrtco friends ef the (pnstuUnts. the will be heM at midterm, reports .

Kill Inn C..illl, ImlillKI Catholic (rustlers Rot off to a to St. Augustine on the Melbourne Central Catholic student body of Notre Dame Don Cloeeey.Daytona .
Cull. IMiiiiil 5,115.1 limtilll WillMiitiiii IMIviln
IM *<|Mtr IK IM 10".", I if 1 lamer N."iklTIIIKI good' stall defeating Frost short end of a 777 wore.Coach and stiMtaU from. St John

10.. tinn MittnMiiiitnii TM proof High School 306 The Kd rold got good line Find sceres: school and Holy Name school
111 Sir L.,5 TMMIMI Tim InN'ills
..I IlKIIIil fufiNl TH ,...., TH .Immil. I hustlers totaled 31% yards instaving play from tackles Roger Kd- Clearwater Cent CaU :37 in M. Petersburg
11M6rVr N II flllll., ', lillll, TM Vr,1111/, pail and Hedciy Cox, costar
6A I ,.... T.. ImMl Null .<.!., IM WM If IM SlUlMWMkiM with a ground! game. Santa Fe 7MeHwunte Preet in the Mnrtuarjrwere
,. If lllIIM ail II,,,..,,, "' Mike Kaier scored in the Ilr tIUartf'r Davtd Mailers and Dim OU. Father RresrfM Law lor.
if tM liiiiliMl II "5".IM' NN "55.11' WI,... versa a guard The Flashes Out CeXa. :30 former presNkent of Noire Italian and America Food
lilt, hex.P,1tmI.l. ..... CsIII. IM Mwn ( climaxing an 80 \ ard
ll Illlll'. |IN"III| ,...,..... I" diive I the first time the Hunt- offense led bv Stese''accaroand FrwtpeaefUrge" I name; Father Philip F. Hal I. Ope S fM. 'H I 11 S P.M.
IM, P11,11. ebb
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St. John Vianney CRS aidsin Nine The Florida, Catholic, Friday, September 24,19C5

CCD starts a new Bishop's pastoral decries;

1 1
of instruction N

year rural in Spain
DO poverty
ORL\ -Children from VietnamROME ,

grades one through 12 ended
M \DKII) NC A has lusued a
their vacation and came with ( ) Spanish Bishop
(NC) In
i'oKsln hand to be instructed re- strongly worded pastoral letter dencribinif living conditions
sponae to the desires of
it confraternity of Christian in rural Spain. inhuman and un-Christian.

Doctrine classes on Septem Pope Paul VI and President The letter by Bishop Antonio Anoveroa Ataun of

ber 11 at St. John Vianneypa Lyndon B. Johnson Catholic Cadis and Ceuta appeared on September 4 in the official

: -h here. Relief Services-National
cr' an of Spanish Catholic
Catholic Welfare Confer- that the minimum daily wage,
A total of 40 laymen donate ence has held an Action Redeems, of $t ii far too low.
their time to teaching the chU-\ emergencymeeting Some observers here saw it
dice who attend public! here and ordered a at an oblique attack againstgovrinment "Can the present agricultural
special i I CRS P situation In our countrybe
ichools. Classes are held on emergency : policies" that have
Saturday morning for grade team to be flown to Viet promoted industrialization called Christian he ask

school children and on Monday N'am to implement its step while leaving< Spanish farmers ed. "In many cases I think It

.' evening for high ichoolItudenti. ped-up refugee program. in the state of extreme It ant It Is not Christian became
: It Is not human
Auxiliary Bishop Edward poverty and destitution It

fn the grade ichool division Swanstrom of New York was also obviously an attackon The Bishop warned against

arc one chairman, one secretar executive director of CRS, Holy Name officers in Winter Park the structure of the !Spanish a process of developmentwhich
agricultural system
12 teachers and 12 daisr presided. Monsignor Joseph has only economic

""m assistants. In the high Far Harriett East, CRS, flew director here for from the Eighty members of St Margaret Lawrence Breen; standing, John Sweeney la the new president grow which I !more wealthy wealthy landowners at the expense goali of"The consciences social must developmont be

i, hool division are one chair- Miry pariah Holy Name Society in \V Cashin Immediate Members of this will
Hong Kong for the meeting. past president parish society of day laborers or bra- the necessary foundation on
man. one secretary and eight Winter Park look to these officers ; Monalgnor John F. Wells, join with other societies at St Paul ceros. which economic development
he tear'peri also s. lend Babysitters assistance.The and. It was decided U send lour for leadership this year: from left, pastor; Edwin F. Loughlm John parish in Lecsburg, October 10, for The living conditions of depends Without an upright

CRS officials now working lather seated, James C. Is'asie. Dennis A \V. Marcmsk, Father Charlea Theirs the central deanery rally. poor farmers In his own Andaluslan social sense economic development

entire CCD Is guided by pins of Asia to Saigon Sweeney Garrett M. Crotty and ind William Anderson Mr. diocese are appalling can become a tyranny

Father Illiam G. Corry, pastor Immediately) to help carry out the Rlihnp said. of methods and
the United ------ "
and the executive board. Stales Catholic! re -- money he laid.

ref agency's expanded pr. Schema reviewed "In our own province of In his six point' program for
This board comprises chair. gram. Cadu," he wrote, "thousands improving the Spanish farm

men from all divisions of the of farming families litn situation niihop I Anoveroi

C'D< and meets regularly! The stepped up CRS pro.gram slum huts larking the most said It was time to apply the

each month. was announced by Archbishop Education awaits Council votes elementary condition of hygiene social teaching of the Topes
Patrick A. of
The members of St. John OBojle
ventilation and comfort in concrete situations, and to
\ anney parish CCD welcome\ Washington:! in late August. .
Migratory workers who hold fewer conferences to discuss
\ <:ts from other parisheswho First shipment under he the expanded By Father John P. IVmnellyVATICAN council's central preparatory "The schema does not nk move with their families to them as theories

are interested be 200 tons program of salt for said which will CRT (1C( ) It may seem strange to commission examined this I the state to she money for large estates during<< the workIng .. What ii needed, he said II

""''''''"""""""'"''''''''''"'. then Is a "most extraordinary some that a Church whose commission from the begin and other related preliminary the Church school It asks for seavm are offered lodg<< a "realistic appreciation that
texts concerning Catholic education of the right rrlrf'nls ingi and living<< conditions that brareros are human being,
recognition :
Moving? and pressing reed. CRS ning has been to "teach all nations" should feel compelledin
Its resulted are scarcely human. with duties yes but also
suggestions to equal treatment
.Ill' Jury' fcraH tM 5I!' ,io CittdMto will also quadruple its shipment a 20th-century ecumenical council to concern itself
in second schema' "The contrast between the with rights that affect their
fMf m Mttni In i km ttti tMI of and medicine a con. under the law
"' ..* IM M> m (Witt tM IMWI H IHl clothing with a lhree-page document on "ChrisUan Education." taming material from the Moving from principles to life of farm workers' with the progress and that of their
,MI ratfHlmif, ) first and from some related practical particulars the sumptuous life they see on the
1Ni """
On learning sf the new program with religious education in documents prepared by the schema' recommends the use estates too often gives them Christian sense, they are
between Church and state "
Pope Paul eiprened another. Othersmay education commission.The of modern methodi of communication reason for a conscious or unconscious brothers.
one way or level of literacy, the attitude
his gratitude through Bishop against in The Bishop solemnly warmed
<< recordingsand outcry
ORLANDOWINTER coordinating commission tape
Sanitrom. argue that since it is friendly or Inimical of the that the scandal of having
closed circuit televisionfor justice
decided on January 23,
a primary mission of the public school system, monetary
(too much money while othersare
In the Interestsof
PARK The Father and demandsand 14, to reduce the documentto example- Ann\eros said he
Holy extendedhis Church, education should personnel schools IlUhop poor may be the greatestsin
blessing to "lh. loyal and more than three resources, solidity of the a mere "votutn" or expression education special was disturbed by the migration of all. He said those
occupy for adult
of will of the council but for the handicapped"
generous' Catholic peep!. of family structure All of these of farmers I* the cities, wealthy who refuse to
of A council document and remedial education, and persons
'0"" Flo.." say it for you" the US who hale allays distinguished pages have an important bearing on later at the request of the national and (eating the countryside stripped confront the problem a r a

themselxei la supporting Christian education education commission, al.lo..f'd cooperation on of ,people anti In a stale of "egotistic antisocial, unfra-
BLOSSOM TIMEFLORIST The answer Is that the document it to he sent\ out to the International levels.
the charitable undertakings When the document beganIts ahjeri poverty ternal, Inhuman and unChristian
Is not intended to be the Fathers as a series of 17 proportions Universities and colleges "
of their Bishops and .
last word on the subject-not) long Itinerary through should I enjoy Irf'f'dlll1of "To remain In till countryas
2510 S. Or.nq. Klotiom T,. in helping less privileged andneedy council meeting' rooms. It had
even ss far as the council ii scientific Inquiry it states, brareros, sharecroppers or
424-4722 N GA 3-S247 brethren Thus It stood until the third
< e throughout the title! "Catholic Schools, FOR
task of demonstrating
the world." concerned session last year, when and fulfill their small land owners Is consld
thus Itself with
S7M concerning Asks expanded document such as religion and 'ltl\-1 much of human decadence, or disinterest

BILL BARDOE Pope gives courageto survey Catholic world schools The..throughoutthe statistics was envisioned at first but a need of the modern world. for on.'. future and Sales Conventions

In the text Itself Ii a strong with applications to various and that of his r family," he The
FORD FACTORY DEALER cripples orphans from 1W3 figures publishedby Though the very change In
said "K:\"r'OI1. knows that
recommendation, which has countries to he explicitly
the NCMC Newt Serviceare (the dncument's name tacitly
SAVE ON YOUR ROMK: (NC-rope Paul VI every hop of being adopted< Incomplete regardingcommunist placed In the hands
NEW CAR DEAL has sent a radio message of for establishment' of a postronctliar dominated countries CMVTiliar commission, a II dultimately I lies I will be In Catholic neglected part of the country
Ph. encouragement to boys atRome's commission to / N effected' The people there lack many WinUe ParS
654-)33 J etamm >I> to by schools, the text does Insist
Don Ortone Institutefor
problems of educationin the various national things that can be acquired s..
W Hwy, Mw < Bishops' thai such I. the I Ideal
and .
w.. IrMMember cripples orphans.t various countries and set conferences. wherever pnsilble. easily In other areas nearby David A. Fnn.ll
ha\. been with Scope larger
fl' I with ht you doss general principles in a The major chance, however It further Insists that the lousing Ii frequently lackIng -. Sale, Manage' PK. Ml 4.)400
our prajeri. said major post council document came In th. overall Meals are routine, primitive
obligation of parents regardIng
St. Ch.rUt! adding that he prayed for Hut these figures\ do net and scarce Running water .
gleaned from this Inn fltlll' definition of limits of the the religious education of
Parith I the total Catholic
them represent
In the home Is needed and
lion schema
';Now we are with you with youth population Of the purpoteInstead children cannot be left solelyto often electricity' alM Schools Children'sClothes

our \0Do you hear w' II Is a realistic document world total of BM) million of being confined I I. the school Since theirs U are far away and diffuull to

\\. want to tell you cordiallyand It does tot pretend that the youngsters of school ate, the particular problems and the primary obligation I they reach There are fw amuse Line

ELLISDRUG humbly hate patienceand council raa gins sal; brad Catholic student la Catholic limited serape of the (atholle must supplement whatever menls. Mud and dust are the

courage, hold on to your general principles and hope schools account for only ) percent school the rontmliilnn d.. the school cannot or will not habitus! companion of the Finest U children's w.*rat

inner peace, do not &lose fr their anlmssl application CathatKi generally ac tided with the aid 01 thtrna- give worker Vilitud Invites boredom bu 9t prior

STORE INC. hope U all countries count for II 3 per cent of the limit from the council lathers 101..11.|| al help is either In
world population. I.l aim al the whole On monopoly ladling' or diflu ult to find" Ampl parting rear
4722 So. Or. It., TrslrMSS2l edu- rut 1....** 11 .nn
Rather It Instits that each Christian education's tt n brad field of CVIsllaa Dulmp Anovtrui declared

Locally 0.n.d ft Opt of these countries be esa- tern eat**ctr beyond UM Catholic cslla.THIs. Parents should be treated
I, Orla" mined in the light of IU special schools The Church looks equally under the law, the
I the became the new text affirms and a state or Fe 41 Yearn
problems. relationshipGary's else ta th* religious" formatma -
name for the schema, whichin other monopoly of education FIRST NATIONAL BANK
f. F. ft SUSAN NURSEY of than attest*** public
Its seventh draft consistedof
schools and those ,Mt able t. must be rejeutotThe (] AT WINTER PARK
Wire pages containing an
debate was by
Duck Inn attend school dropout, ereplMMl
PHONE GA 2.1652 children a4 the. intrwtuctMr. 11 propositions standing volt. November 19 with; TRUST DEPARTMENT Tel.pkonet' 447.1000

IM. N ati iiMtM Ml...TMiMtr ret and a conclusion The Fathers then/ voted I 14S7 ...*"'b., F.D.t.C.

RflyJlJ!11 Rj MM MM) Illl SI .*..,..llM'l .,.! It also Vwki U the tame Major points to Lan 419 balloting to begin section Immediately hy,sec Auto, Mbil Horn, lui'ncii; dritiuliii;*,, and ,*,..".1 tam

I* .>. H t'.4 .her* sack taeMa mitt requesting. changes In the text Sale D'IHI'; 101./S"9'; Acsc.nh/Checlin9 Accwnts,
al-* l find Hi source and to Monalgnw
) "yes" votes
JACK ELLiS 14 North Org Ar.. through qualified
(fertile grcvud fr efferlltegr Mark Hurley of San Francis- rather. then' sending tM entire
Cn rl Floret's
FAIRVIEWCI..n"s *-ta. I'll., a raunril npHt f on etfu- schema ba k for complete Only

Route & Laundry For these, ad 4r r** os rattan MM three major) points revision first FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOME
... of emphasis in UM schema
TT ofIBeefr D.p.nd.b'!. F.bric c.,. of_-i4ed a t<<"'14 1t'11 nature to ctuMf K was are: ruilotlng by sections, th.f'llh.u Our .;"* Isl t. ,e&inw t. aery. fan We, ef) tks: a r.. with, tt.<.
i) -I. owe.". year nf InNlucatwn. the test s*
I The rlfMi parent gate
4))It 1d9..4. Ort.nde the title I from "CatkolK including the right overwhelming endorsement, m. sari, c.1 end eonsdw.tloei! .1"df.! .' eke Ii

Schools". 10 vM MUCH "PfWM'Vf' to Met UM school for their The hlfheit number of .ppee" 1I.lICi.' circW""UI a w. bars fr many yearn f,.", .11

g "OIrIlUal F4ucaten car, safe lecatiee ." tale I.nhe.' ,
chiMrea'. thou yon registered was
gars,. Nil o.owLEw1S ;
The schema had ...... el
pry 71 *-. COMEXTERMINATING fereitt tersloas. before roach'. 1 Concern for the religious with faterahle voles reaching l Frank G..d" tsNe, Heegai.e, J'. I,..,., f. Ire,
MrIA educauM of children studying\ as high ss 1353.
co. tog tee council floor eai November
STEAK. non-religious schools a
N- lid 17, \<*4 TtM first a The dnesmi'st new hills
I Frt Delivery? ON. A SKEWER! n... ..n a. "fa .. 11/11 Pdew. dnrumeftt of M pages with MIntrodurtMM parent duty Incumbent, though primarily 1M Church esi the M.. states. .W emwcilpragma THOMSON & McKINNON
cNri.Nrd (.1" sad
e Charge Accounts seven chat runfa reedy to. cooperate; ss tour ether seho-
1..1 e4 OvaThe tees was approved M March., I The unwise worth of "'I', with preliminary voting IM ORLANDO SINCE 1 If24
05040 H..,."t \.l. by tilt preparatory commission computed. During the fourth
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In The Florida Catholic, 'rid.,. September 'I, 1063

i Council Fathers express various

' Bishops support liberty stands in religious liberty debate

I. vote (CMtimf his Mil MI) Armagh. Ireland pointed nut ciple followed is that of the

of religion by large (the risk of being numbered that Ireland suffered religious good of the class, permittingno

among the enemies of the persecution for 200! vearshen rights to the individual unless

.. Is al. whose exigencies have become Gospel" \\ Ireland at last achieved the state judges them
CntiMil( Ina ,i> .11)) this It follows that It wrong
Raul Cardinal Ml\a Henriquei freedom It inserted useful to the
political compatible or
to human
to Impose more apparent \!
for authority
peed for liberty among men its public citi/ens, through fear, reason through the expeneme of Santiago, Chile, de. the right tu religious freedom clan. There Is no firm principle .
lather on
In modern society Glared he found the document
violence or other unjust J of centuries," It also In its national constitution except that the end justifies
than on the theological impli
from quite satisfactory and was Cardinal Conway asked that the means
cations. means the profession or rejection supports its arguments l
of any religion or to Scripture and Tradition.i pleased with its pastoral tone. the declaration! state clearly When Josef Cardinal Beran
The conscientious rrcogm: lie said he did not feel it that it is for the stale' of he
prevent anvone from joiningor /: Among the Scriptural references unjust Prague rose to speak,
of the divine universal would lead and
flan to relativism
I leaving I /: any religious the document cite New York prelatesNew to discriminate against was greeted with loud applause
human warned
law na that
Imprinted on ( ('hrist's use of miracles to non spiritual schools because they are religious in tribute to his long

ture Is the basis on which the group. confirm illS teaching or to enable appointments made by Pope Paul VI In means, such as economic or << trials in Czechoslovakia Although

schema builds its rational "It is still mote against (the people to accept His the hierarchy include, from left, auxiliary Bishop social measures, should never He also objected to the passage : applause is forbiddenin

argument, the summary and will of God, as well as againstthe teaching while at the same John J, Maguire to be titular Archbishop of Ta- be used in persuading man of saying!! that the state the council hall the day's
slates This recognition! sacred rights of the individual religious truth. lie added that
time He refuses "to perform to the moderator Gregorio Pie tr 0
bala and coadjutor Archbishop of New York should confine itself
of ;
acknowledgement "IS part and of the human family the council should be more
miracles which might force Monsignor William J. Moran chief of things of this world as if God Cardinal Agagianian was
human deputy
the dignity of the person to force In any way concerned with assuring the '
faith out of men not well dis and should be excluded heard to say : bene, ben
Hence, in all his activity, for the destruction or restriction Army chaplains to be titular Bishop of Ccnturia good use of liberty than with religion: ( .
posed from public life lie cited good, good)
every man is bound to follow of religion itself whetherIn and auxiliary Bishop to Francis Cardinal Spell- preventing its abuse
The Church on its part has the U.S. Prelident'lnaugura( Cardinal Beran said the
his conscience faithfully In the human race at large, Ina retained unshak man in his capacity as Military Vicar of the U.S. An Eastern rite prelate,
always an oath the Bible and : declaration of
on England "is great moment
order to attain God, his end locality, or in a JORf Cardinal Slipy of Lvov,
particular "that Armed Forces and Monsignor Terence J. Cooke '
able doctrine no one 1 into ; : i Queen being crowned both theologically and

Basis of liberty given religious group," the be forced into accepting ,vicar general and chancellor of the New York speaking for several patriarchs amid religious ceremonies as practically" He drew on his
and the Bishops of the
summary faith," the summary says archdiocese to be titular Bishop of Summa and examples of points at which personal experience in Red-
Ukrainian 1 rite said he
"It is the desire of this even though: there have been the and ruled Czechoslovakia
"Therefore" says the summary auxiliary Bishop of Cardinal Spellman. thought it would be good to state religion merge.:
atican Council that the right "
some who pursued policies "We must indeed the
"man has a right and point out the opportuneness of accept From the very moment In
human to --------
of the religious -
person not conformable to the spirit of
out principle religious liberty which freedom of conscience
duty to seek religious the document in the light of
liberty be universally ol the' Go rel." In Catholic but not confuse it with the
truth in order in formulatesure L'Osservatore editor: present-day persecutions Car was radically restricted in my
recognized by all states and
tradition the freedom of the exclusion of God
of conscience complete I witnessed the
judgments dmal Slipy. who spent yearsIn country. grave
be surrounded by effective Church I Is a basic principle of from civil life" he stated
"Truth Is to be sought in a th'at all ciliens Siberia because of his religion temptations which under such
safeguards, so
the relationships between the John Cardinal lleenan of
human manner that is, by Pope's plea at U.N. said religious freedom circumstances confront so
; may be enabled to exerrise -
(hurch and civil organisa peace declared
Westminster, England,

In whole flock
Is my ,
free inquiry and, when it their rights and dn is necessary for both the many.
found, it must be accepted tions. Church and the welfare of the "The religion of the even among Priests, I hoe
charge' their duties implied
heard brethren of Christ is a religion observed not only grav *
leaders state
w ith personal assent hy religion World of todayIn by is hope
With clear and
"Since man is by nature a Bishop tmilln: Tajle I Covar- of love a temptations to faith, but also
"In the degree that it makes unanimous voice let this council
and othermoral
social being, truth is to besought religious liberty possible i I conclusion, according/: VATICAN CITV (ISO) The editor of the Vatican rublas speaking of In Valparaiso the name, Chile of 45:, boldly declare that the to lying vices hypocrisy which easily corrupt .

out and found through civil society will be granted the summary, the document City daily has expressed the. hope that the "most highly latin American Bishops, said Catholic Church upholds now people who lack true

teaching authority, instruction with- those blessings which flow recognizes;: the earning of qualified representatives" of the world's nations will be the text! shows an undue kindness and for all time full freedomand freedom of conscience"
from man's fidelity to God modern man for freedom present at Pope Paul VI's address to the United Nations to false religions and tolerance throughout the Michael Cardinal Brown
others, and dialogue, whereby "
and His holy will. both in the private and public world"
in New York on October 4. should be revised to 0
men explain to others the of religion so as P. of the Roman Curia proposed
profession I'edr Camera
truth which they have discovered State The presence of these leaders is fundamental," Hai grant the one true Church religious Archbishop a synthesizing of the
religion "This freedom is recognized
(uadrado of Saragoisa, Spain,
in the absolute the
liberty taking into account
or think they have in state constitution mondo Manzinl stated in afrontpage
many maintained man's
that right
discovered, in order to pro American Catholics, who asa sense, reserving to other teachings of the Popes. H*
Regarding the thorny quc' and international agreements editorial I I inL'Oiscrvatore vigorous: and lively people faiths tolerance to worship God stems not to the .
tide mutual assistance in religious according said that In regard!! dignity
turn of a state religion!! the as a civil right! will be able from the human person's dignity .
finally to hail
their search for truth. Romano. a to circumstances and of the human person,
schema says religious liberty "Iheie are areas where Pope with their full voice. but from the nature of
"Wherefore, we have' a does not prevent a paiticularreligious this right Is proclaimed officially Mr. Manzmi's word wereregarded "What is places faith and the transcendencyof man's greatest dIgnity consists
solemn principle which, in religious fundamental I Is Archbishop Paul J. llallinan in his elevation to the
matters! forbids Any. group from receiving but where civil anthontj ai a clear echo nf that the people of the whole of Atlanta declared that the religious truth He also supernatural order There .

one to be forced to act against special recognition in a makes such freedom the hopes of Vatican author) earth In their most highly document as it stands Is a maintained that the right!! of lore, it is necessary to defend
nation that
'piovided difficult and endangers it
his conscience! tics that heads of states and qualified representatives put solid piece of work and said religious freedom Is not a the Faith and impede the
at the same time the religious,:: "This council, hailing the
!! natural right but one grantedby
themselves! in the
audience to that the state should protect of other religion
with its preaching
"Our day and age!: high government official will
rights: nf all CItizens and all former signs of the times with civil law.
hear the head of the .
Catholic and not '
religious liberty
keener of personal and : religion not founded on supernatural
sense religious groups are recog joy while deploring the Utter personally hear the Pope's ap The secretary of the Congregation .
civil human dignity, requires Church, the father of Christians \fl in fart, he added faith, he said adding
sized and respected! with deep sadness, asks all peal for peace. The Papal and non-Christians and when the state protects religious of the Holy ()ffl'l'Urrdn ,
that in human society no force "Authorities in Catholic
The principle applies also to men to weigh carefully the .\ (ardmal c)tlastanl.
Secretary of Mate, Amlcto render him the honor of their liberty it promotes rellgion .
he exerted Individuals
by sun countries know that
t the freedom of religious of religious liberty prenerv.Ing
importance was particularly critical of
rial groups or public authority Cardinal Cicognanl, himself invitation and their expectation. the Church works for Ih-
groups in the selection and t especially in prrNrnt.day11ft the scriptural citations used!
in order to prevent men, education of their ministers, made this hope evident by a*. IIIhlln ('ardinal ( nnway of In the document lie said the greatest benefit of their cull,

whether in private or public, their I communication with "The council rxhotM all semblmg! the diplomats accredited citations had been chosen to tens and that spreading other

from acting according to their other religious J: i groups men, especially those chargedwith to the Holy See to announce Council debate show onlv favorable references religion in a Catholic nation

conscience in matters of religion throughout the world, and the responsibility for the Pope's decision to opens on to the subject He noted' Is a violation of public moral .

naturally within their the acquisition and enjoyment education to form men who go to the U.N. that nothing Is said of (Christ 1 tv because it 1 II contrary to

proper limits. This requirement of appreciate holdings will he obedient to lawful authority Church in modern world frequent threats of eternal the right of Catholi' citizen
Is absolutely in keeping Mr. :'Iautlnllllld: and endangers the Faith On.
!: and be lover of damnation nor Is there anyrffl'rl'nre
with reason and I Is worthy of They also haa right to : cannot expose( to danger!: but
(: genuine: Ihl'rty-mrn who will "This Is not simply the exleptional VVlirA.V ITY made t to< numerouspassages
( NCVith the this week
men ) cloning mutt rather defend, the faithof
preach publicly and fpread judge things in their ,
!: own fact that a Pope for against those who
Man's their message in print, provided minds under the light of the first time will touch the of the debate on religious liberty the Second Vatican renUt the truth. Catholic cititeni and of

dignity public order is not seriously truth, who will organize their everfabulous and historic Council turned to the next matter on its agenda, the. l-ranjo Cardinal Srprr of their children"

It IsI'I'on to violated and that they activities with a sense of re land of America, where the lengthy! and complicated schema on the Church In the. Z'lrl'b.'ullotlavla.. declared Speaking on religious liberty .

internal freedom recognleman's with. do not deny liberty to others aponsibihty, In the pursuit of (holed' Nations resides, nor J jl modern world, sometimes known schema 13 because of that religious liberty Is r necessary + I:nrk. Cardinal inside, of

nut at the same time allowing by forcing their doctrine upon whatever Is true and just, andin I It* merely the .ell merited the place it occupied during the third session of the coun for the living of religion the Roman (una. longtime

him the free social practice of them (collaboration Ith others consolation and jubilation of cil in 1061. and for the (Church mission secretary of the (ongregation:

This applies particularly to Gospel was enthroned br There is no question of )Iud of Rite. cnticued the ache-
religion within The first
bounds to it
proper speak on was
the uneducated and needy," BishopVllhelm K m p f of putting! different religion. on ma fr containing<< what h*
the of the document Francis
Stales summary. the summary states Yugoslav Bislrestrictions hops protestn Nework Cardinal, who asked Spellman" that theptcscnt of Limburg, Germany, and Masi the same level and makingthe called "a ",try grave equivocation

was celebrated by American .
"Civil authority must be de. With regard!! lo (the family text not be weakened state the judge between

flared out of hounds illt interferes religious,:: liberty implies its freedomholic because the document should Father Basil I I lleistrO them he sadProbably He said the text irrarki of

with man's relationships right!: to organize,:: Us own be a clear affirmation of the JM Conv minister general rrikrltag the hatards liberalism and objected that.
of the Conventual Franciscans nf his See under a communist the limit set on reliciona! .
with God. There is no domestic religious life sod to (hurch's place In the world
downgrading of the natural determine the "kind of rellglous MIJSN\: (NO)-The Cat Bishop of Yugoslavia today. The Church wants to retime, Cardinal Se- berty In term of public order

dignity of the state when it Instruction their children have issued a pastoral lettristrictlons r attacking government rt'. I listen s Cardinal Spellmansaid ]During (he meeting seven per said I the declaration opened the door to danger to

performs its task for the community will reieive. 'Civil authorities on religious educe lion and urging parents to and wants to be listened more voles were taken .n should should deny absolutely the Catholic Chun h In pagan

limiting I Itself I to must rerognl/e!: the exercise their libctty in the to, in a real dialogue! settles of the schema *n lilY right of the state to inter countries the Chun'b's ni'' I

things of this world, thin family's right to genuine liberty letter, the Kishops issued astern Cardinal Spellman. who divine rrul.tlen.11 patted \ene in specifically religious to preach the Gospel" he said,

recognizing human personality In the choice (IC schools face of hardships.It warning that abortion isa opened! the debate, said an **. with large majorities matters. .04dd be deferrable only !11

and putting itself at its or other educational media was the first pastoral mortal sin, and persons sent t i i.1 I condition for the lawrence ardiaal Skrhinof term of the natural law andin

service, nor should they he made to Idler issued by the Yugoslavhierarchy who permit Illegal operationsare hurch's dialogue with the Following Cardinal VI- Baltimore toot tatue with communitt countries pub s

bear unjust burdens hrraime since 1943 closed/ subject to Church punish modern world toddY I Is the man, Juan Cardinal Landau theme who have maintainedthat order/ could be twisted to sit

the"Therefore human the dignity( of of this free iholie. (Ml miIhorilics with the words: "We ale ment. spirit and virtue of obedience luri Rlcketti of IJma, Peru the teaching in the text t communist regime tie i sled

person requires said has been on religious liberty is contrary for a complete rr\-ion of fit\
violate the progress
that rw he rights,:: of standing on the crossroad of toward the authority of the .
one prevented by made in this draft In the Church traditMtnal dmumefrtTh
as compared
parents when they Impose an a new age: '! and of Important church
public authority whether exclusive program!: of education decisions" with. the previous one ttarhHtg, particularly count<< il i to, alai i 'y em-
privately or publicly, from which Ignores all religious greetpersonnel This doe not itppnte" the However, he said be agreed Ie the teachings of "It erd! Archbishop Pen,i. !I. ff.l.ri .

acting according to his own !: training!! The letter I tt being) read In concept of liberty! he said with Cardinal! Ilea that the since Leo Mil after taking< the \.ue nn the'

conscience The thief duty all Yugoslav churches for of hut derives truly from the liberty Latin style was poor. He alto !Stefan' ardinat ,,)If>a.kl propoMl for. dedniin" ''nciliar -

*f all public authority Is t to Although t the declaration three consecutive Sundays in of the sons .( ( od. objected to< its modes of exprewkon Primate of Poland said tile statement and afire

protect and promote man's hal its ptoxunate foundation September. saying that at time declaration Ii in the mterettof warm applause finals died

Inviolable rights From In the dignity: of the individu- church While Cardinal Spellmanwas it spokt almost et cathedraand all and ahmiM. be liaised bv out in the hall ndi atrd that
I The Itiihups said! It was a units
in 1 favor of the
warmly then afatn often used a the council m the name o( the.trarhnHC th* durmment will be t" >
sad that although the
document, he took exceptionto TV tore Church lie i Mid the te.**d a* other d<. ">nen'
I An Invitation Jugoslav: constitution guarsn- :M-H; "IIK (I'n) Pope| one part dealing with military world today i I. composed of have 'hem Outixle tro.t' ,-. t
MEN E lees (freedom of religion the Raul Cardinal Silva Hen
He said. .
Paul M will make a special( conscription two rampa UMM coun ) nu can't s rlsa rnmmuniit ,
1S stop dating his visit here whose governments. art based only; a matter r> a fe"
continually found to said he towed the schema acceftaWe
means October 4 to greet that military service is obllg MI Chrlrtian principle and weeks More the amer.1H
restrict the freedom. but ae! cnttriwd
of Catholic, Protestant story. theN which are bated on dale document it returned b> the&crearlate
the tnt 'for bl'ID' too _,
The Cardinal, who iI headof tiral materialism far Pr. f
.No and "r.
Our one should be forced Jewish groups which ij
Lady lit ailed that it b* ghost a
l Into religion" the letter de maintain contact with the the Military Ordinariat In the latter states. th* ('ar hrulian' I nitv lur < fie acIHNI .
M durtrmal ton uulead
dared Likewise I no one United Nations for the U S. armed forces and greater dint declared, the wily |>rm.
A of itt pectoral tone M that
of Catholics
In effect the
of Bishop
tK / '
should be forced into athr'sm"
could bo level I with
aEA It
on a
The I'ltpe will receive the in the services, said the .
Many parents who let their ... ih
the ( "ullon on *
ruanltalinit<< repreirnlaiUest responsibility{ for judging thenecvMity
Florida children he baptized are distressed TAMPAINSURANCE
(holy Family church, which of drafting men for Church
They are afraid togo
serves t'S personnel service belongs to civil authorities l I.orefts Cardinal J....' nfPaderburn
: to church and to Mass.Many .
and that Individuals Germany said
MONASTERY RETREAT HOUSE parents rlrmt send The Pop*'s stopover there
cannot refuse their obedienceto the wiWtanc of the schema .

PASSIONIST FATHERS their children" i l to religion will come around 60S pm. the stateAlthough it tod asd that it respondsto Ft *.+t Lt; .H._ is Iu1:MN

classes HP: after he leaves the UN the ..w'ork the needs of modern limes HINII A, UONTLAU
Friday vning-Sund. Afternoon Ihe Ulshops asked parents headquarters building Pup
: highly favorable! Cardinal
Mr was
Mri..a lllr.l. CI P. lie .Ud Ikat at the o40RUANO-OUVU.MONTLAU. INC.
tii Inform them of all \k>U Paul will g4 to the I N m mid- mr
'Individuals May R. lUr For u" s' ri to 1M new text of the lrrpage JJ Wnfve Uiee. ; ;
q ".. r>lM M.irll, lions of religious freedom and afternoon la address the On- fWd of the rtvnrll a ew cam Iwlde1
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