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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: October 1, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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,. XXVI No. 4X Orlando. Florida, Friday October J. %." 16e fly Patrick Klley experienced) the Church's drnnuniei it si a denial) nf the JcMiits at the time of till

VATICAN CITY (NC) Debate on the first part\ msrt>'rdom. I hate discerned what all men learn through election to the ,tntraJ.t,.

of the schema on the Church in the modern world ended the vast evil brought by atheism experience. Father Arrupe asserted that

with 15 speaker renewing appeals( that the schema not I to the Church and to "Itoold he a grass scandal atheistic communism has > lrluslly >
be the status of conciliar souls, but 1 have also seen for future ages if the council .
given a constitution and making taken over the Interns
New York
for and understood the hone of
set were not to speak of atheIsm
further pleas for more explicit condemnation athe- fruitfulness and better times" llonal 1 orgsnlratlnns whlrh I
which t U not just
any In
lam, especially communism. play such a key role to
Speaker! after speaker urged: heresy but the very denial of H hold
One Father also asked the council far a recognitionof day's world He saw
the council to speak out loud dod, declared Bishop Anton "
the merits of Freudian psychoanalysis, which he termed Pildsin of the ing "almost' complete a".,
and clear against atheism es )v 7plam
In ether Important fields a*
Pope Paul's visit a discovery comparableto and 700 Priests and Re pr-clallv) .. marxist brand of Canary Msmti well "In financial elrelee.In ,

those of ,, thrust into atheism which rules a third The general of the Jesuits, the field of msss rnmmnnl
Copernicus.It and labor a concen dis of mankind.! Monday's debate Father Pedro Arnip S,.'., rations: press, monks, radio
was camp, on the entire first part of the branded the schema as ton Intellectual 'trlevlslnn."
In atheism a certain
C\\O? New Service 91.r: p.m. Depart for Kennedy ing on schema on the Church In the In Its approach to
mystical body of
New York Qty and the United Nations are poised tor airport, with a visit to Viti- hems on We realized that the modern world focused on one the highly practical problemof ( Another council Father
Pavilion at the World's of attkle only the one dealing atheism He called for a with a special( mandate from
the unprecedented visit! of Pope Paul VI on October 4. can Bishops Mystical Body of Christ '
Fair. bee 1. with the problem of sthrlim realistic! plan of battle! against the Pope on atheism, ,an-
The Holy Father who was 68 years of age on September oppose it, and that from riikiu Cardinal Koenlg of
.
The Although this article does not t h I I marshalling theChurch's
(
26 will himself 10 :.10 p.m. Arrive airport for both parts might be mad '
put through a grueling schedule that will\ week of mention marxism by name forces In the most \ lenna, said a council should
Include his meeting with President Lyndon B. Johnson departure ceremonies( In the it describes marxism in unmistakable efficient mannerIn invite atheistic governments
an address before the UN and a Mass for peace in Yankee 11 00 p m Depart for RomePolice carried In \'. .. Fathers," he! terms deplores this hi* was echoing the to (promulgate a doctrine ft

Stadium I officials estimate The Florida "1 hate seen and evenMM its irreligious intolerance and mandate Pop I'.ul1 gs\* \\'.\R, back psgterpiipuUlInn .
"".1 l' .1 .KKX- want to be .
.1 .. p m..irrin. nlU'U 1atons. : ) reporters pres.ant
Pope Paul will enter New for the major events on Outside
York City in a motorcade over debate was ,
3,30 .m Address United Nations the schedule but there is
a :(mil route to the greetings p General room for less than onefoutththe op Sergio f
of millions. For him it AssemMy. Cuernavaca, :
number
100 m. Meet United :Nations
p of
will be a leriou.illt whose ognition!
every event Is meant to emphasize officials The tightest: security net In. pnchoan. l
man's duty to work: 5 50 p m Address United Nations the rlh' '. history has bred. everv field i '

for .peace staff spread because of the presence tv lie ('
There will be continuous 6 00 p.m. Depart United Na of Pope and President. eries of "'

television coverage of the 6 05 tions.p m Meet representatives Chartered buses from up olutionlred cries of )'

motorcade of Catholic, Protestant and down the Eastern IPS the universe
Tickets which will admit and Jewish\ groups maintaining board as well as far away as
the 100.000 persons expectedat contacts with United Montana are expected herewith Prrhsps
\'. Stadium have been Nations at lloty Family thousands hoping to seethe tnamrnl of

mostly distributed. In addition (hurch near UN hea nnrters Pope when a i e"n 'r AV

to local parishes and 1York'. famed cathedral. np, ...

large numbers of neighboring 610: p m. Return IA Cardinal! St Patrick's, has recrtvd meal vf
dioceses, tickets: have gone to S *Ikman'. residence. a "onceover" The mi, spike 1J
the National Council of I no( p m l>ep rt for Yankee huge bronze doors of the care I Is a / : J r lr
Churches, the t' 5. Protestant- StadiumI ('onthk'IMK'lur... have been trstloii rr

Eastern Orthodox federation, 30 p m Ma I.1 stadium shined and shined again llnlliri !SJ ,
and to the New York Board

of The Rabbis arthitettural firm cI... Washington D.C.

signing the platform for the ,
Pope's Mass at Yankee Stadium .

protect has the Included Holy Father features from to for New Orleans

rain and cold. The firm of
Genovese and Maddalene otnidgewood
[ New Jersey has Auxiliary Bishop Philip M Hannan of Washington. was "rd lID

provided a canopy and beneath DC has been named Archbishop of New Orleans It was 11919 In /

carpeting on the plat. announced at the Apostolic Delegation. in the nation'scapital dies. at tA
form has placed electric coils ed a dot ,
on W edae >day. The news was received with in*
to provide heat ties or friendArrusrs After .... .
term. Flood, where the Bishop enjoys
.A spokesman far the architect l hes .1 the
in this lto<'f'1aI' an4 in
., she were hired b| the ship Miami Pi.hnp llannan. who l I. M became a .
:New fork archdiocese, laid and a name of Washington. cry .Uk-I.I.(( ..
tMblllly/ efthe Pep from ill fluting the v,'. ,.. ,,' ftie II) < studied' at the ( atholic1mvrr served' ..

areas *f ,the stadium sstakei Vatican <>Um i Ii i the I .. 11.h!,, 'iiof Amen there ,,,,,,.1. He
In!* account. opt P" "' fans! c rt'' t<-4bs and at tie !Nnrth;. Arnf'II.n RUkop .( "( I
It"h"p Jlarmn C :cjt (la Rom wher htBishop
Some U.ono( temporaryseats Fourteen Making announcements to Council Fathers

have been added to th* t founded the .
stadium and Sflno persons w'.1:1 Wa.hlnglnn's The s" ''fat! gr: : 'al of the slon, which Is rarely |he d.t of the fam.-us c at'je if fr P 'ft

be admitted as slanders M newspaper( Pas md V ih. In ( in l Ar,'hhish' Pstrlsrrhn of the Kastern: Rite "hl'h pilgrims nerste wh"n they

Department store windows' rapri s Wniirv."I op Perule Fein, i III I shown addrrns- rhiirthe wrupy their placrn while art in .1.t piUrl 1011111" '", I
In New. York City now. feature nrnffment !
ing the Fathrm In a working sea- behind them the choir sits In front
pictures of the Pontiff in place PaM: .
of the latest (all fashions Or* Ar ''itxthop! .

tall new office building near liithnp roundup
the t'N has put up a man- be s of the
moth sign reading 'Wet. ties la the f)
'' .. Ar' I
come HolY Father Other

seen signs of respect sre to t>. Ire 1 I'r >: HM s I": | Council discusses Church in worldThis

Traveling with the P<.;>. l ls Is vr'iti'.n; in l

group of Cardinals he his !'-'oA (In is a roundup' ">.r the! 8e< >,>ni.I|Vstusn Council's l prowl In prim ipl* b> s trle| and atheism'

personally selected to reinforce :: ered an a< _lelft. *.e,.,m,1 l week, by Father Plartd Jordan of 2111 to 44 Plant to product Il'nhwsly, the rnunrll flnils IIdilflcull
the of his '.it name; men lU'lftn
v
pwrpo staff Home a common Dibit f rn r both I I. prtnaunr
n of the NCWr News JVrvlie In
because they represent d.!< / tr.urdes' Protestants rod ( a I h oIl I I c i mailers whlrh In sent.

fereat parts of the world y t.x said, in part \ ..UU.II \' A general spirit| ''f opllminm hn were strongly endorsed, srt 'w,.".. Us pre''lace'
,
Pierce the Lapse s< hf'd"I", ( In this >d the (Viunol assembly ninre th* historic an This second>> week aim ssw
,,
all times given in ':.a.lr'I the MI... .\. Hi."hop" llnn.'l'-i ''j" itical
on Kept ember M about a world l .JtM-1 l of initial balloting on a revised. '
Oas light Time tufts ..tI out, the prwlii' t wu "i w 1 1m.r.
and the drsmatir lat .... wh' tent drift on the laity document' ,
> climes 'n a
t :.W a m RMt4mii at "'r" has* a .,... | .* from I this ii f
ned> Intematioirtl I I Airport tiemg a mi. abets sn overwhelming majority nf th* Fsthers In which .profHine 'lo glv. greeter i I' almost' hound ,i", h"' r1! 'gyp!

10 no m Mart malort ade In Hannan on Florida visit Every: (. of UM rwliclotu liberty declaration.. TV fH sl' text of tlin npfwtrtumttes t. lay |>.pl t. pointing ThMiU>x4'it! an
as true medMlor between
Cardinal ,SpellmaVs residence an effect M darument .i* expected well "."... their i ,es or
the Church and the world.
.
.dented sciie
** eneewen-
The In. s.n- '> r 11 J ,rnl> Sii'tetk.. -- M Ute ..* be nerdy for M **, the Churrh. but ran (hetn
lag lilt Church ta ISM Md.tft The draft, M th* Church la sffshs" tit
12 00 Noon armal at St. la tiM gas to tgtlimaly on
at the r'I"n h- ,.1 i sn favorable. Vote .
Pstrick Cathedral (onv svrars ago DsyUtu tire, over .. btedly smell was. thud! .by a stsml. the mwdtrn world is lawIiawa this world whlrh are''< un'jnl-,
Rich's Our Lady ,,f Luurdr .phs4ia heard It bas n end. of Odo""-,. lag vote.Yurth.rmnee. as sVhen If, wher-. flu '
1215 p m Ester resisVwr:: I ly in *
prepr for schism .HiPresident 44rns (a-ttove by Bishop Phtftp M Ii...... mu t ever lisle amend week, to prupoeelson ) as Mi the original agenda It Nvrthleil t h. fi ilevswrt

before departing auxiliary of Waahmftnn fif This week.. Nlslhnp M our "' &\ general deiMle, on lINt un dis isle rvli.si wear sp- gnisted! w..prHtI i| Irvine at lofnt p"diri'' .e "
for I sited !satins' Hannan was sppwntH l Arrhbwhx>p r>f New Or lane him I la I !* hema II TV chapter hy I IK* I hurth l In "' '"e L' "l

18 p m IVprt.., I rtfspprnarh leana. a< MM wet. chapter dlsrussssM SM this when.. "pmblemi" a's< r"' f a-
\.',",,'. kwed. ,,... campaign hits schema. **f>e.rH likely" lit t tomi (,Ol 111.. pats .es
.Use Ihroufhnut the whale| l (third
week "y this ......, perhaps. ,44455454e54454I4444'Se444,45Confirmation
Press probes meaning of Jesuit'scharge to airtafOMisisi cloud school bus rides even .beyond It

( Christ < l.slesuUt rvlaMi. *f Ik*

I'fin.I The lOliH) : ( .C--i 'N 4ffili.te* of the A menri .. draft M ibis < hurrh Is the schedule

of total atheistic control .u,1 I tie t Civil llberlM-ii I /I."n, a.'' '"* ,the louatry sin pr.srl mudern world ace esswcttd '.
onfirmsl' ''n t
Tb I '
of' hri'iIttaUp ,_ kgUlltMrtl' giving !. rult Iran ih* chf. ..r hy
fighting nuiiingr |I.i' | dinciMtMwi. I.,, the J lii'MfM, "' -. ,.

1ITILtX ( .n' IN( t TV fina M>r*. hi".IIr. > >.w *..,,,'il l. rn'Ml'a"" her end n.. p.-14 bus rules 1.I n..n. 'a., whwh .M t. If-e *i III.pt. Wrrnan tin. is as fnll" all'
Wnnd \'. ." ('""."" tn' the new .hurt t 1"1.! Ks her l4' ,i uriu'd' rain the MalmM sky! (........ ( ached puHl pt,... l.nxft riding skit Ins 'Pwt. HMtskarh*i nf Wthnyrrasss RSMesprss rr.fiM.i*. taking p'' i" a st I

Pedro Amjf JU was the main '''row'''' liar u.ai'>n s pastoral' rOHltltutMMI, TV, hinds. |. I' 1 :.nyr m. wirf in peal km trswssjssft .sw s.rrhul ..l I'!i. neatly is h* 'IIIUr' ti, f *
e4 that In heM UM! ..... rides talc, arks*! pupils Is *4awn.d. ta.r J, "'lark
it a meeting this. week .. ,..... of .
at the L'JI Rihofin pew panel II* seed 5.sty "Ir...klf" .. ., meet .-. UM eouwril .
a* .%... erhaul pupil I' are under .... tasWral C. MHrtsstSMTh ward sjsrssh.rjrtdhvr
here ss the per' asked for esptuwllOM nf has w rttke l> irsi*..hnhN.tt.. .H.. Mteml" ", 11 1 ..1. New Jersey OH IJSTtw pr.JMa" .b.raua. fir IM 4, t>ss! T'nHTrksuty '

to athesnenIferiK *4 trt*.. Na.eOrabte I''SMS Late II ".*u.dlirateMr first Ilea to hunch ha.lery. iMriskllctober ,
.
later apes. inudbe ..ab M *Us mft MdvlMsr .utI sub Iff
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aw MOMtaio U I U: 'ilnnsTr.M I, Boll" ''t''w SLTWrM
I the iMMtrili awed. to. jvrtisrs lawKvvrtMi
Uttb Isles f'\IIIIIost hid book hai \ W thsi
is I." ? etpliriily irtetted far She. I .",.. < cwH s lf ret ,Ib* IMMIMMS mlaaitm(5lebt .
general shorting lather V burly .*. mat meant MeraJtRMMTS ) the idea es hosing swftsctktiM. driSM.. M orsssr snM nun.h. rgrdi maw tutrent
SW. JMMS J and .ss. Ibaahe petrol I, lsvrni '''iflsy
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had drerrtbtsf mdmraannum rte currwM .**, the
ripe .. *f the sctmna atthe S uusl sliihe. Mr- pr.peeed .I... ,..tntawra preobkml M UM wralartfrt W failm ",",,.. ..
a, .heed etme* OMfrk is ll"e iwodernOSSSJM ('.,.." Ml r.f. timt..4a..shave II* Mid .*" Mans ........... AI( 1 LI, sntMtfatiM .*,.. tk tidier 7, I.e' .P--.,, It

oTipMe i.ey m the 'Ittld fI f ..OIM being p triamba allOt been n.. wei I* UNsrs*. prrnskd' '' tll., .. IW .ea sca<.M s M NgMmi .wh ..........., 'fh* dr.eft Isis been ".,11. .l'..,l awruhnrtoterl
"' ..J fnmusurstM" press. heady abed the ....... rt with Mt BMbti nstwt. lama and ". t ...... tc.sa the \( Ul u,. ... athralsa, tn ,Itr I ice msrfh UmTS Kutiii "r tr. yf
cinema cads*d tett*iaeMTV ty of bl.shaig. It prosdrd .. ed ni whether, tan silt be diced sjaft .re '...NIoI( U matnlsisi the' uti atses i is lbs UM Limos perish

tno etKattesj If .IMW' tar TMS..*T s 4uc.assssi Decade task se pt .the had sjutnsctissg f*.,*....n .f ,It..,.III a4 ..,lit a ,estttftftMSi It earlastly October U 5anturd. Aft
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from the> press and etptanatMrt McCrstt .f large Vtva. .... esi ftrttnttr, yresvkemi k Wd r ,., .... ads d .bus It alas pate a b-It tlwtOwf ral ( will be conferred btft!II
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Laymen advised to Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, October 1, 1355!
Observers at Council
represent

apply Council's I P DCCW corner l

mandate on media interest of 28 diverse churches

if I'LL BE HAPPY to help." To a chairman, these are

CHICAGO (NC) Catholic VATICAN CITY (NC) A total of 28 churches and leading figures In the ecumenical 1 the sweetest words In the English language. We are

laymen have received a mandate church associations are represented by observer delegates movement Just beginning a new year of work In our organization,

from the Vatican Council at the fourth session of Vatican Council II, 5 more Three members of the United the St Augustine Diocesan Council of Catholic Women.
to try to "instill a human States V
than last year, and 11 more than at the first Council session contingent were also r will
affiliations
and
Christian spirit !in the representatives 0 f their I Many of our
communications media I ," arrlesteducator in 1962. churches at official theological be under the direction of new
has said here. With this Increased representation bodies officially representedfor \ talks held this summer leaders with new Ideas Perhaps Mrs. James
the first time are the United ;
The Council's decree on the number of observers Church of Christ in Japan, with representatives of the a new committee askedto has Ei Lecher,
communications media makesIt has almost doubled the Protestant Federation of u.s. Bishops' commission for been added and you are

clear this is to be accom since the first session Including France, and the Australian ecumenical affairs. They are participate in somethingthat
pitched "not by the odious Dr. Peter Day of New York has never been tried be
observers and their sub- Council of Churches. ...... DCCW
means of censorship but pri st'tutes, 42 representatives of ecumenical officer of the t f. fore.How .
marily by an informed and other Christian communitieswere The representation corns Protestant Episcopal Church A ''III' will you react Will .! president

cultured support of what is accredited to the first a broad spectrum of Christianity oho is one of the Anglican .t1lY,1 you like the Voice of Doom M .

good," said Father EugeneA. session There were 70 last ranging from 13 Orthodox Communion's substitute delegates .. .',. .-; 1 squelch any enthusiasm that
I
Mainelll OP. year, and this year there an and other Eastern to the council; the Rev.' ... g j might have been generated, en's Club of Live Oak to liar
Father Mainelll, chairman 82. churches through the major Warren A. Quanbeck profess by remarking to all within Diocesan Council. Mrs. Dennis

of the religion department at Protestant denominations sor of systematic theology at Committee Eau GallieAscension hearing distance: Hart Is their president.
Fenwick High School Oak The number of official with the exception of Luther Theological Seminary project, "It will never work! Whose We are also happy to an.
Park, spoke recently at an In. guests attending the Councilat Baptist and pentecostal com St Paul, an observer for theLuthl'ran crazy Idea was that* Whycan't that Mrs.
Catholic Women's Guild Eau Gallie nounce Harry
the Invitation of the Secre ,
have alwavs
munities. World Federation do as we -
statute of lay action sponsoredby ; we
tariate for Promoting Chris and which plans its sixth annual bazaar on November done"Remarks Bailey a diocesan board
Archpriest Alexander
the Chicago archdiocesan
council of Catholic men. tian Unity was I In the first Fifty.three of those accredited Schmemann, professor of 20, welcomed members from Ascension and from like these only member from Largo is the

lie was critical of some associates session, 11 In the third, and Is attended one or more of dogmatic theology at St. Via- Holy Name of Jesus pariah, Canova Beach, recently undermine a good organization music diocesan committee chairman Mrs of our Bailey new

of the late President now 15. the previous Council sessions dimir's Russian 1 Orthodox at a get-acquainted event in the Ascension by creating dissension will be working under the direction

John F, Kennedy who have As In previous years, not all T"l'nty.flve on this year's list seminary.. Yonkers, who is hall. Among the displays by committees was this and certainly unhappiness. of Father James
have published their "inside" those listed by the secre are from the United States, again a guest of the unity sec admired by from left, Mrs. James Rickert, Father How can an organization Gloekler, who is the presidentof
views of his administration. tariate are able to be present and they include some of the retariate Thomas McGrane and Mrs. Carlo Mayer. present a happy countenance the Liturgical Commissionfor
throughout the session, and to the world if a situation like our Diocese.
Re noted that the Council the total Includes alternate observers Eau GallieASCENSION this exists
decree "information The dates for the fall board
passed on to says the public must Florida ReportsSt DCCW convention How much better for all meeting of the diocesan boardof
be true and complete within The observers, whose seatsin Members of Ascension par. committee formed concerned If we accept the directors have been set for
the bounds of justice and the front of the council ish In Eau Gallia and Holy new Idea and encourage the November 1718 at the Cherry
ST. AUGUSTINE
charity, with due respect chamber in St. Peter's flank ST. RAPHAELA Name of Jesus parish In Ca Committee chairman by saving "I'll be Plaza Hotel in Orlando.In .
the table of the Council of PetersburgST. nova Beach are making plans chairmen have been
given" to the rights of Indlvldu- Presidents and the speakers'rostrum JUDE rummage sale will be for the sixth annuli bazaar in selected to prepare for the willing conclusion how could
al. given by St. Raphael Women's annual convention of the St. any of us forget October 4,
have been Eau Gallie. The "aloha festival"
joined St Jude parish Mom and cess Is practically assured.
when the Holy Father will
Guild on October 18-19 at Augustine Diocesan Council of ap.
On the other hand, he commented this year by delegates from Dad's Club will sponsor their will be held on Novem j
722 First Avenue North. Catholic Women which will Now that the pear before the United Nations -
Quadricentennlal -
"we have the unholy six churches or federations annual Harvest ball October ber 20 on the school grounds
on

The school library will benefit take place In St. Augustine Year in St. has in New York to appealfor
haste of certain familiars of The ancient Greek Orthodox 16 from ( p,m. to 1 a m. The Women's Guild of Ascension Augustine
from the St. Raphael's silver next )ear. officially opened, let's all enter peace?
President Kennedy to reveal'Inside' Patriarchate 0 f Alexandria at the Holiday Country ClubIn parish recently sponsored
data about his administration has sent an official delegationfor ; St. Petersburg. The tea planned for October a get acquainted memo At a meeting with Mrs into the true spirit of the All of us in the Council join
which in fact is the first time So have the will be used for proceeds the 6 at the home of Mrs. James bership tea for the two par James L. Lacher of Braden occasion by Joyfully entering the Catholics all over America .

harmful to other parties or Orthodox patriarchate of Bui- school athletic Healey, 1345 Snell Harbor ishes. The tea was attendedby ton, diocesan president, other into the various activities of In praying for the successof
program.CDA
even to the welfare of the na gar I a and the Orthodox Drive N.E. Mrs R. K. over 150 persona Displayswere local Cathedral parish women our organizations. this mission and we trust
tion." Church of Ethiopia Other O'Brien will play the organ set up to demonstrate joined Mrs. A. A Reyes, convention How else will the rest of the that our beloved Pope Paul
Court Blessed Elizabeth Ann during the event for which the activities of each committee chairman In making world know that we, as Catholics VI will remember his visit to
Seton, Catholic Daughters of Mrs Richard Frank and Mrs. of the GuildJacksonville plans for the event. are "croud of the part we this country as a happy and
America, installed their new William Waener art malunff n Named to head convention have pla>ed in the founding of joyous occasion.
ST. PETERSBURG officers at Sacred Heart arrangements. committees art Miss Idelle this great nation Certainlynot As always

School Pinnellas Park on SAN JOSE Murphy of Tallahassee deanery if we aU go around with Sis Lacher

September 30. The ceremonywas Daytona Beach Newly designated to head DCCW president convention long faces
followed dinner cochairman;; Mrs JohnVersaggl It Is all too true that thereIs
by at a ST. PAULAt the San Jose parish Guild circles Papal throne kept In
local restaurant.A are Mrs. 0. Lechner, Mrs. 1 I. arrangements; much work to be done; that
card party will be sponsored the first fall meeting of C. Morales Mrs. Q. Rhodes, Mrs Louis Solana, decorations the world is in a turmoil; and readiness I 115 I yean

by the Court on October St. Paula Women's Club, Mrs D. Palazesl. Mrs. J. ; Mrs D J. Poll, exhibits the battle for men's minds NEW PORK (NC-No) one
21 at 7.30 at Sacred Monsignor William J. Mullal-- : Mrs. E. L Emery leads only to more confusion;
p.m Boeder. Mrs. R. Campaneria, will have to arrange for a
FOR AN HONEST DEAL CALL O'NEAL
., Heart School. Donation is one ly P.A., VF, spoke on the Mrs. D. English Mrs. J. registration; Mrs. Bert Her but true Christians will not be papal throne for the arrival of

dollar and all are asked to qualities of character that Herbert Mrs. J. Donovanand nandez Jr., transportation; disturbed by all this We all Pope Paul VI at Francis Card -
862-2128 bring their own cards. should guide the members in Mrs. W. Durden. Mrs Mrs. Ruth Webb rest"a.tionl learned as little children to inal I Spellman'a residence
On Saturday, October 9, the their mutual endeavors Mrs. John Ross president of the ; Mrs. Joseph Sequeirs put our trust In God not man, October 4.

FOR COMPLETE EXTERMINATION Catholic Daughters of America Murray McDonald, president, Guild, also announced the hostesses; bins Robert Mc. so we can make our plans for A 'throne" has been waitIng -
outlined several projects, particularly Carter, treasurer, and Mrs. the coming with confidence
Court Santa Maria 952, St chairmen of the standing com year 11$ years since it was acquired
the need to help the Charles Cole,. publicity. .
Petersburg, will hold benefit
a mittees. by John Cardinal Me-
O'NEAL Tirmiti It Put ContnMnc, show, dessert and card expanding program of St. Other diocesan officers with Me hue some "happy

2>:i FAIRflUD AVINUi, SOUTH party, at the Catholic Daughters Paul's School. On October 3 RESURRECTION Mrs. Lacher were Miss Anne thoughts" t. pass along to yon Closkey that keeping Cardinals with be a custom
Hall 263 Sixth Avenue there will b. a food sale In The Resurrection parish ef Tucker, corresponding secretary this month. First of all we are for prepared -
the church cafeteria. Jacksonville and Mrs. Alvin Bazley happy to welcome\ a papal visit.
South, at noon. Donation leone plans their fifth very St. In reality, the throne Is
J. I... lalerd; dollar. Mrs. Julia Gimera annual bazaar on Saturday, treasurer. Francis Xavier Catholic Wm- an
ornate, hand.can'ed'lctorlan
.. Kof C
PridntriMM Is chairman and has the assistance October 9, at till school I
chair that has been
of Mrs Helen Tea A Columbus Day dance wOl grounds on Justina Road. Women to attend DCCW paintedgold
Normally it stands In a
be sponsored by the Davtona
leks and Mrs. Regina Alexander Public is Invited from 1 to I
parlor on the first floor of theCardinal'
Beach Council S422! Knightsof
p.m. for games, prizes rides
Columbus, on October 9 at and residence, facing
BANK- special booths. deanery in fallArea
5 45*?. ST. JOSEPHA the Clarendon Ball Room tf meetings the wall under a picture of
AND tiuttOM; AN ; ** t to II 54u05Pr. dessert card party sponsored the Daytona Plaza Hotel Music CHRIST THE KING the reigning! Pontiff
rr.rrll""IIIO .fArN by St. Joseph's Guild of will be supplied by Joe Judge I.amar Vinegeart of deanery meeting for the fall are now being prepared Pop Paul will\ come to the

Mlk A... t C..II m"%<. THIHrlie St. Petersburg will be givenIn Pace and his orchestra. Tickets the Jacksonville Juvenile by the boarda of officer of the deanery councils of residence immediately after
,am ,... A... .... .i>. Court addressed the St his arrival. II* will] be
> < kr r I r. II'mit" the parish hall at 1 p m. are 12.SO per person. members of Augustine Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. wet)
on Saturday, October 9. The Over 500 persons turned out the Guild of Christ the King The following October corned formally by Cardinal
public is invited. Donation Is for the barbecue picnic held Arlington, on September 23. meetings have already been Business session will begin at Spellman and In turn wili extend
one dollar. at Blue Springs recently Judge Ulnegeart spoke on planned by members of the 19.45 a m. at the Floridian greetings to the Car-
iJul gJtLQJuwFJ4ioJtaJGUNTYPE what parents can do to prevent respective boards: Hotel in Tampa. dinal.CLEARWATER.
Juvenile delinquency, Father John X. Llnnehan,
WALL FURNACEThe For Catholics Of PirtKti County Mrs. Daniel Japour presided West Cad DCCW Deanery pastor of the Most Holy Redeemer
at the meeting at which meeting at Fplphanr pariah Church in Tampa,

mostEconomical Calvary Cemetery bazaar plans were mad. The Tampa, October II. The Mais will speak on "The Renewed ,.
annual bazaar la Arlington will Mill at t a.m. Church." ,
Heating will take place Saturday October Father Howard T. LHts N.404444,4.,4NN.NN
Endowed Care 18, from 4 Orlando Central Dee W will Betty K. O'Brien
until I pm., speak on leadership Father
Everl! ? U. S. I 19 at 58th St No. PSen 5:4-4231 and Sunday October 17, from deanery meeting Orlando at St. Andrew Utts Is a Print of the & Company
12: until 6 p,m. on the church parish October Diocese of Strubenvllle Ohio
1 I. Controlled by thermeitet Office Open M P.M. Dillft Sundays/ by 19. INI I... It 1 44MIt
appointment only
set for your comfort. grounds in residence at Holy' Name of .. ,u roes
Deanery board meetings Jesus Church GuliportReservations run M Mill
2. Electric Ignition- preceded the announcements.la .
far luncheon
no matches.I. ROOF DeLand Mrs. Chester should! be received no later
Forced dreft smote After
Church
-no == == RCSSUIICUANfO Kazraicrczak deanery presIdent than October 10. Luncheon Tt>. J. OrU Jo C,, Inc.
or soot --- conducted the
September tickets are KM. please include ROSARIES-
4, No more itooptng t* RgM. Meet All Your / U board meeting for theOrlandoCentral U cents for registration RELIGIOUS
5, No more flood.d heater to DCCW deanery fee when writing the ARTICLES
cause fir* icere. CM officers They beard a following<< for reservations 5th I" ow ._.
6, No oil being burned when 'iir::;: Friends At Thee 344f041Orta talk by John Mattingly. De- Mrs. Kenneth LeRoy, 6018 t..waw /MM r5 WI

not needed. 'leuit Land attorney, on parliamentary Lynn Avenue, Tampa: or

7. Can be equipped for air I'llVi: Park Lane >H Slit* f Nflnf ( procedure Mrs, M M Hussey, S* K
conditioning Details for th* West Coast Pans Tampa. TOM'SSHOE
\( ,.. DCCW deanery han been released -
SKIM I itv poll
*
'. S,000 BTU output .... T.. ft II.m nile by Mrs Alice W, Chancey. ..

Call 862.2450 a. ,' \> fi;;; : . :deanery publicity chairman ALPINE REPAIR

: The .1
P n.IlPiCAFETER'ATYR et ta The Wed Coast DCCWD foe the Paw feet Naning in Home; The Fie.et U aeevireQeatiry
e In. r delegates will Nanny
+ y Hem. tan.1e74511. A WwkntMk '
BOWEN'S FUEL OIL I SHOPPING CENTER / ]: gather October 14. for Man 1890 DREW ST.
at
SERVICE 10)1 58th ST. NO. Lord Epiphany Church of Our 34S. hat A... Sea.h T5. 403454)
Etc Complete Luncheons Monday thru Tampa.
Saturday INS ftk Street N.nEM'YJOM After Mass, the Epiphany

. Ladies Guild will srv cofff
and rolls In the social hall THE ORLANDO MARBLE CORP.
At) ... R.:1|- FoII.h $(et.m; Floor

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First Federal his |Just paid Ih 72nd consecutive Restaurant tl7-4.tIr! Si. S.. KM 131 I

dMdend at the hlgneit; rte continent with sound opera /

lion-moro then $2,900,000 for the third quarter of 1.65.Th.t' 4 a Di""t; sp.ciela.'Ny' icy HEARING AIDS GULF SERVICE .

more than $11 I million for the past year, a lubiterv" $49" HERCULES I CREW
fiat! reward for thrift. e Fine food at mooW prices ,_ HONE 44.-J7I3:
for ever 21 *%*. rN.., Worth t*. >. ,...
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IF YOU ARE A NEW RESIDENT I "5.IELSWORTH
thinking of tremferrtng your saving t.

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office by October I llth. w.'ii BRADEN TON
do the rest, and your new. account oil) b*
sere and sound In "On ef America's target"
I tbeUGmnousE Holy Name Church

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control for the poor ... '".. -. -- ,--. .. .. -

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Are some Americans more eaual. ? Details given of provisionfor


By Monsignor George G
Higgins
nazi concentration at
RECENTLY United States motion programs currently Auschwitz in 1942.goes camp new synod of Bishops

officialt I being funded by the federal the government, with

have been urged to refrain government came not from full respect for the rights of 1 Ry James C. O'Neill

from promoting or advocating the poor themselves, but from the individual conscience VATICAN CITY (NC) Within only
one day of the
birth control as a part of the i local I Planned Parenthood should provide! such Informa. y announcement of Pope I'aul1'* intention to establish

ntipoverty program I did groups and similar organizations lion for those slum dwellers synod of the world's Catholic a
not enter into the current debate who desire to take. advantage Biahops. council Fathers
on the public policy aspects These few federally funded of it were! presented with full details of how the new body will
of the birth birth control work. At the fourth senatorial first
control problem programs, be It working day, the
but limply stated-ami noted are not in the business This argument, It seems' leme. Tope's motu proprio, Apontohco Sollicitudo, was read on

should now like to repeat- of advocating or promoting would be more persuasive the council floor, spelling out the details of the new

that the direct promotion or birth control They simply if Its proponents, by and body. It was greeted with a roar of applause by more
advocacy of birth provide birth large, were as concerned
control as apart control information than 2000 Bishops
of the federal govern. to those who voluntarily about the alleged "populationexplosion" tans of the Eastern rites, of

ment's antipoverty program request It. In the suburbs as The new synod will be a Bishops elected by national

would be an insult to the poor they are about the alleged/ permanent body but Its composition episcopal conferences (tor in-
The point h, however, that "population( explosion" in the will change
people of this country and according ternatlonal ones where more

more specifically, to poor Negrow many of of the birth professional control who advocates ilums. to the needs of the particular than one country is Involved),

and would also signify built the In other words if big faml. moment As It stands, its 10 religious superiors elected
that the government had settled !- fsvor up ef original these: pressureIn lies in the slums are deplorable St. Augustine Deanery men to rally composition is of a fluid I I by the conference of major

supinely for a policy of would, Indicated programs above why aren't they Just as nature both In terms of membership superiors and lastly all Cardinals
as
defeatism or despairIn like to see the deplorable In the suburbs'Are On October 10 men of the !t. Monsignor James J He lm, James J and objective of the Roman Curia's
government making this statement beyond the mere supplvlng<< of some Americans more Augustine Deanery will hold a rally McAuhffe of Orlando and John C The mold proprio( provides congregations

I did not mean to imply that birth control Information and equal' than others' Or ha\e in Assumption pariah Jacksonville. Dcthl of Jacksonville The latter I Is for three types of synods, Article t specifies that aa

the administrators of the antipoverty officially adopt a policy nf advwaling 1\ e so little imagination in the Plans", for it were made recently In president of the deanery The othersare depending<< on how the Pope extraordinary synod will have

program are toyIng or promoting birth face of mass poverty and Jacksonville Among those working state UN officers and Monsignor considers the circumstances the same composition with

with the idea of directly control among the poor as a MI little genuine respect for for the rally's succens are, from left He lin is wpmtual director of the In which h* wants to summon\ the exception that only three

promoting or advocating "solution" te the problem of the poor that we mu t patromiinizlY Floyd Tredway of Daytona Death, deanery It to meet. religious superiors will be
birth control among the pooras poverty. tell them to crt represented
a solution to the problem with it and to limit the sue Membership too will respond Article 7 specifies that

of poverty. I did mean to say Whenever anyone objects to of their families to the nature of the special synods will be composed

however that there are many such a proposed "solution" to Latin America said tjpe of synod called and of the same member
people in this country who the problem of poverty, he is So let's be honest experiencing'world membership lasts only as ship but with Religious mem-

would like to see the anti poverty likely to be told, more or less' long as the particular synod hers to be chosen from the

program move In this direction politely that he is a religious I am not suggesting that the lasts region or area concerned In

and can be expected bigot< So be it If it Is a markof public policy aspects of the of reform'in mission work The Introduction says the the summoning of the special

to. do everything possible to bigotry to hold that the government birth control problem are sim synod is created in responseto meeting<<,

make their point of view pre. has no business advocating pie and uncomplicated or MIIMiTONC: (: ) The Church in Latin Amerl- the "signs of the times" Article 8 sets the norms for
added "To
make
that they can be resolved place for
( birth easily the election
vail. or promoting la and changes In social it rue- of members bf
l.m ca becoming a "vibiant world of reform and reorganization. the grownups, children 1 In
control among<< the poor I ..mperff''ty merely suggesting dun There U a new amigreater the national or international
Who'sadvocating willing to be known that we ought to be brutally .launching* a host of novel approaches to better putts of Colombia art forbid. need for creating<< a episcopal conferences! Conferences

ai a bigot I don't want the honest with ourselves in dis- aene its millions of memhern who ducuised den to10/ to Communion on ti strong bond of union with the with less than 2S
cuising the Issue of birth Africa, and Sunday. they ran receive
only
it? government promoting birth control Paul K T Sib Htshops of the world and members are entitled to send
director
of
control in the plush suburbs in the context of the federal This optimistic report was the Institute of Asian' on weekdays due to the Mass therefore a council of HI shops one representative
Studies
rf the administrators of the of .America Why then shouldI government's and poverty presented to the 16th annual M John's( t'niversity' Jamal- shortage A Fmharlstlc! Crusade Insures the continuation of

program are ever tempted to want it to do so in the program Lets not try to meeting of the Mission sending New In Krazll was recently the fruits of the Second Vatican Conference with M mem
give Into this pressure they" slums! kid! ourselves' and, above all Societies by Father John ca.Asia, York who spoke of canceled because there wete Council hers are I* elect tw* members

will want to take a good hard The usual answer to this. let a not try to barnboosle the J. Considine M M director' of no Priests for the streams of those with a memher
Father Varga appealed In devotees." he said Article 1 states that the ship of between' M and IM are
look at where it Is question Is that people who paw the Latin America' bureau of
coming If missionaries' to prepare in Nearly half the 5fiO/ dioceses synod la a central ecclesiastical I* elect three members and
Is the :
from, My guess' is that, by live In the plush suburbs al our purpose to put the National Catholic WelfareConference
sociologies! studies Institution that it Is
as Intensely In Uttn America are less than I Ihnie with more than 100 are
and reeds have to birth poor on an equal footing with
access
large, it Is not coming
as they do In theology Missioners 10 old he said perpetual' and that It can vary to elect four
from the themselves but control information whereas the well to-do in the matter of \igor has replaced apathy, years Thousands members
poor ,
he said must remake in character depending thel'opes'
rather from a variety of outside people living in the slums do birth control I information, courage has replaced Ie t If, themselves of parishes are less Ihanth' on Article I specifies that In
that's "to the image and .. 'Cardinal Concha ofUnflnt f | decisions
not. one thmg There is at hope has
the
who Therefore argument replaced despair,
think
groups they likeness' of the teonle l In for 'Irulinrn_ .. hit Article 2 states that thebudY'1 addition, to knowledc and<
know whit least ronm for tallest rfu said the Mln knoll Prlt ii- .. *. ( ,n n _. n_". a_
Is best the
for poor whom they have been sent I program<< to a new pariah task Is to exchange pastoral qualities, those clue
agreement on this particular though "he said the Latin open|
or, even worse. are merely interested Annual Mass let for Issue Hut U. on the other American Church still faces The Holy Ghost Priest said every 15 days during the next mutual Information and viewson are elected as representa*

in cutting down on Edith Stem Guild hand our purpose is tosolve" "a ) that for a long time, llpserv- four yeas,"' tit said, various subjects+ and thatIt lives at a synod should aim
their taxes by encouraging' the sib"Suhstantial ion was paid by the Uestern may have deliberativepower bit chosen with an eye to theirparticular
poor to limit the sue of their ,....wnn" the problem of poverty bodies" of
I\n
( i Men world to the self Identity of -that Its decisions ran competence in the
by the to Bishops, he Mid have .
urging poor created Directors
families signer Salvatore J Adanwt.edttor have fewer children let be new and the peoples of Asian and Afrl urged bit considered as law but matter under eonslderstlon.
us Issued
,programs
More 1Pf't'ltlully' I would of the Catholic Star .honest enough to so strong statements can cultures: yet every effort only when this Is specified Article 10 provides that the
say on Hijustfees
be willing to odds that Herald newspaper of the ( was made to mold Pope can add of
give That this is the real wrought! the themto and proved| by the Po| purrefit upon
the dl"rlslpr"nure in favor ramden New J.rtIPdao of thane who "Over doten poor. the pattern of the Western Tell youthof Article 3 provides that It Is Religious members providing:
many a national
If the few birth control infer- rose. will address the 11th annual the are searferenres world In their life and edutati ta convene and help under they do not exceed IS percent
urging to of have
government Huhopi Issued
pro- "
Mass and Communion n of the total
the Jurisdiction of the) Roman mf'mbttr.hlp.
mite birth control in the ringing '
JACKSONVILLESAY breakfast of the Edith Stem slums la a matter of public years pastorals in torrent More thIn 20 observers from sacrificein pontiff and that Its agenda, Article I II provides that

Guild here October 9 record Call it bigotry, if you Protestant bodies attended the meetings and locations are Phone who have been .1"ct.,1,

Receiving the 18 Edith Will. but I happen to disagreewith father fen.ldlne spate meeting<< It is sponsored annually subject to the Pops's approval ai representatives must at.

Mem Award, for contributions this approach to the recently al( a p...| dlortmln by the Mission Set ri* vocations tend the synod meetings but

IT WITHFlowers to Jewish-Christian relations, problem ef I .B. the topic Implemenla.' tartate, a national clearing- that their office ceases with
will be Fattier Edward IIHennery at a polHv' poverty ef defeatism regardit and tl"a of Mlttlonsry 1tt'lp' .." ,house of Information and servtors At'ltlt\ (S1-) Religious Ali H presides Hut the the end of the meeting.
\ bllitj." for religious Pope will preside' *r nominate Article' II that
editor of the Providence communities communities should stress the provides
despair and should ,hue to
repeat whom he withes I to preside"
Rhode liland Visitor if I were whkh engage In oversees element of sacrifice In explslnlng there will he a general secretary
a Negro Other
and author of the poor panelists were Father work ver meellnfs. amt that a particularsecretary !
Ailed Rant Of N E Fl.. rued book or a poor white, I.add themselves to pro*
TV Anguish ef the Jews. amt it bitterly re- Jeeepiieta t' CSSp *r Du- In his .dott,.... rather Con pnctive candidates, KH) vora. Article 4 notes that tiier will be elected, for
queens uversity, Pitlttwrgh, slime said that the Utm each synod when It meets,
The Guild was formed to a*. turn directors were told here, are three types of synod -
"" "" FAMILY slit l Jewish convert and pro. American Church represent "Tell them. the religious lute ordinary, *traordtnary and

mote the beatification cause a great world of improviaa Is a hard life, a dedicated. life. special JACKSONVILLEC

...t PROTECTORI of Irlith Stem, A German born tlen"Thdu.aiKts a (committed/ *, a sacrificial Article S specifies that an

I .few who converted to .1 f Priests' say ordinary ) t Mr. David M.cN."m.ra
I. S IN I! '11 ""m she became a Tanneite rsw5e < nrlchhorhnnd" M.., In prlvsl Stafford( CSV a former of the Patriarchs. major fee
7U4. kcal ads lethu
SUN 1mm t* ****** CJACWOWVUTS *****-J .. nun and was killed in theTRESCA heroes, store trout rhuprli, psychology professor/ wHo Is ArchMfthnp and Metrnpnll-
.....
now provincial of the \ latorl,
pea fields and elf the burkif '
CLIAIYCONSTRUCTION + tracks unfrolnns a r an Fathers NSSvNN1544444ii444444"44'Support
flNBIThunderbird CO. heard at .i).ld. Hand, lethe "All this I. m f 'Incidental
to It or rlttalal to It, mere
an 1 I..rn.l .pI"| air. THEHartley
J ems...,.. "c,utin' sun spits, that hardly dimlnUh
w r. Kilters ,in, north*sut llrssll its splendor. and glow of hap Your Perish Press

72. .5' and now in areas of C 4omb4a piness." h* said
I have permission tit give Holy Name Society 1180 My Strt.t,
"Ml. this ,Is .1 the .
Holy Communion In the fetth very e .ckwf."tlU, fl., 1S .I790PHARMACY
STEAKS tel l In the ........ of lilt epee of the religious life II "",,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
SEAFOOD! Pmit '' b* said Is I not a life with '."lflr"I/II.
Is a Iif. .f f sarrlflre."
frUMERJiS. I II THE FLORIST 71, g } .iar Fta'aus' nf UM portage of

4012 Art**. lowie.ard 4 Priests tit said. t""rlllft" Father, Stafford spoke In the

jccltoft 1 I., Florid. fer the Sunday nblliatHm had first annual meeting nf the ,,,.

/ken. 1:'. 14V2- 1S'.1747DEIHLT "beeti tilefxM In' Ktuador and Midwest H,llglous Vet alien S>.| nowtnslnnao Inmff' l>|. ..! Swfl tin
In pert nf Argentina ti m Directors Association Viva ".. ,rail W .O'.' .w, SmMMMmt tM tIt .
""''"-- .1iI rM ra55 e'SM.s i4 l tin HIMIIIMII
the previous Saturday' tune directors from 17 reli NI NI
afternoon and evening glnus eemmunMies attended I ssiisasl .- .--

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wee often are not enough h* young persons' M' their/ late

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M tog to the eall for sacrifice YOU accesseS.
main dun It Is nutritional, I ww Parish mission

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St. a40>* sad economical, tablsspoaa water ,lt laateed ef nightly 'And
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home.
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The week In liturgy The Life of Our Lord



c Comment The greatest mandateof After temptations, Satan departs



Eucharist, focal point of ecumenismPOPE God is to love WHATEVER else at the in bt Even of the then will, there, urging is a It to differ sin,

between the Scripturaluse

Paul VTa recent encyclical or by a glossing over of genuine differences By Father Paschal Roland 0,S.B. the desperately temptation to find, ht out needed if the once and ours. When wt say w sare
would indeed' by a Pyrrhic tempted wt mean that
the
Fidel will\ calm carpenter' was the Messias
traM of many Catholics!! who for sometime victory lasting unity can be achieved Sunday, October 3 foretold by the prophets aa Frank J. '1M'Shred our will is attracted In Scripture .

have been disturbed! by undue and only s a result of prayer and by means 17 Til Sunday after Pentecost( (Mass of Sunday, destined to bring men into a will to be tempted meant that
to
of the mind Gloria of ,) divine For that the was subjected a
Indiscreet theological speculation regarding of a sincere reappraisal Creed Preface Trinity kingdom. test it did not mean that it

the center of Catholic and words of Christ In the United of must mean the overthrow of attracted: it vas still
very Nations men' from all areas the world the Princedom of this World was a
doctrine Cognizant of the nourishing' Secondly, the encyclical Mysteri have formed an alliance to preserve peace and good order' in which had been the one consolation temptation even if there was
rf eucharistic piety" that resulted' um Fidel will be of real and lasting the world. The difficulties of successfully accomplishing this to Satan pride since no attraction whatever. In

from the recent liturgical renewal, benefit to the ecumenical movement gigantic goal are manifest Rarely has there been unanimous his fall from heaven' And the other words, the temptationwas

rope Paul was determined that this inasmuch as it focuses attention on the agreement on the solutions of problems brought to the forumof Messias probably ( although So 'the De\lIleft him: and an action of the tempternot

should not be frustrated by the Eucharist which for all Christians the United Nations, Language culture, geographical location Scripture had not actually behold angels came and mln as with us the reaction or

piety ." ahould be the very bond and symbol of and nationalistic aims tend to divide nation from nation said sol) van the one who inbred to himPhvsicalK ." the one tempted
of false opinions!!
spread rather than to unify them An organization )like j the United Nations .
this point in his should come for the crushing Our Lord '
The Supreme Pontiff invoked his unity. Commenting on seeks to lessen these natural divisive! factors Our Lord must Was Christ tempt
teaching authority to reaffirm : the encyclical Pope Paul says : "May the of Satan head h8\'e needed their ministrations ed In our modern sense*
The
peoples of all nations can trace their origin to Adam
of the Church regarding all good Redeemer who shortly before Whit the Devil wanted most urgently Did He
traditional teaching and Eve when there was but one family. Through the cen The Gospels do not tell us
: the doctrine of tran ubstan- His death prayed to the Father that all tunes this one family has become many families but all men above f\f'r>thing was information need them spiritually and In Gethsemani He would cry

tiatlon, the intrinsic value of Mate celebrated who were to believe in Him would be still remain the children of God and belong to Him All men emotionally as well as Ht. to His Father' "Not my win i

by a Priest even with only a one even' as He and the Father were can rightfully. ) address God as "Our .'athl'rIIho art in The first two temptations was later to need the strengthening but thine be done" If lie had

server present, and devotion to the one (cf. John 17, 2921)( ), deign speedily Heaven. had produced precious little by What an angel had the in tempts-Geths any such feeling in the desert .

Blessed' Sacrament outride!! of Mass, to hear our most ardent prayer and That which can unite people of all nations is the greatestof indeed nothing directly bearing mam'meant to Our Lord !. or on the Temple roof or

The Initial reaction of some ..rdentrropon.ntl that of the entire Church that we may God s commandments, the mandate to love Him totally and ( on what ht mo wanted lions Observe that the W 0 r d"tf'mpt" on the high mountain, the

of ecumenism' to Mysteri all with one voice and one faith celebrate one's fellowmen as themselvesou shall love the Lord your to know Is not always used Gospels give us no hint of it
God with jour whole heart, with all your soul, and with all Great masters of the spirituallife
the Eucharistic Mystery and by The' third '
Fidel was one of disappointmentand temptation was a of an evil person urging a
um
They disliked both participating in the Body( of Christ be. your mind and you shall love your neighbor as yourself last shot: if that did not draw good one to do wrong. Me have written profoundlyof
apprehension (Gospel), Love is the unifying principle between individualsand what t h. temptationsmeant
iti tone and the timing. It may well be, come one body (cf. 1 Cot 10, 17)), between nations the information out of the carpenter have already seen this when to Our Lord but such

however, that what the ecumenists linked by those same bonds which He nothing would. For Our Lord quotes Deuteronomy profundity Is not for u,. Ut
Monday October 4St Satan was offering' Him, in re ((6 16)-"Thou) shall not
thought detrimental will in time, prove Himself desired for its perfection can but read what the Gospels
turn for adoration, God"-
It is that In recent ranch of Av Nl. (Mass 17 power tempt the Lord thy tell
most beneficial to their cause' highly significant as on September usThe
over all the kingdoms of the where the verb has some such
In the first place the encyclical weeks Cardinal Joseph' Ritter of St. Gloria, Common Preface. ) world meaning as "try Gods patience Devil made three propositions

ahould put an end to false and unfounded Louis among others has pointed to But this had already been almost "ask for Our Lord answered'
It li repotted that Lenin shortly before his death remarkedthat
the of some non. the Eucharist as the focal point of ecumenism with three wholly appropriate
hopes on part what Russia needed more than the revolution by bloodshed promised to the :Messlas"Allkings trouble
Catholics that the Catholic Church : "We are convinced' the Car. that he had initiated was 10 men like St Francis of Assist of the earth shall adore The same sense of trYing or texts From-all end from to end Deuteronomy.of the

might possibly change her already defined dinal told a group of Protestant semi who had renewed the spirit of Christianity in Europe. By Him, all nation. shall servehim" testing Is to be found when epl
sole'. there are only two
and fundamental doctrine The narians, "that the Eucharist lies at the peaceful means St Francis persuaded the rich to help the (Psalm 71, 111 To expose Our Lord asks the apostle words of His "
own- Begone,
present Vatican Council has given sufficient heart of the ecumenical movement poor; and the poor to help one anither He discovered the the monstrousness ofSatan'a Philip how they were to buy Satan"

proof of the Church willing. The goal; Is the day on which we cangatht'r truth of Christi words, "Take My yoke upon yourselves andlra..n offer, the carpenterhad bread In the wilderness for
but to say that he was the five thousand people and They may have been the
from Me for I and of and
am gentle lowly heart
brothers united aroundthe you
ress to accommodate herself to all men as fully he said of in anguish of
shall find rest for souls" ( Messias if was John comments ,that He cry one spirit,
of good will. This she has done by table of the Lord for the celebration jour iGospeli He did not say it MI that this "to try him" I John 6. III i : tried almost beyond bearingBut

humbly admitting her human errors! of this mystery" Tuesday, October 5 the Devil got was Begone. and again (Apocalypse 2. 21'> in this context they do not

and excesses of the past ai well as by The Eucharist Is par excellence the Mass B* on !iiuntla)'. ((2nd Prayer of Sis Placidus and Satan" (so the carpenter did "Thou has tried them who say sound like' that It Is more as
her readiness to change her man-made sacrament of Christian unity. It makes know who he wash I, followed the are apostles, and are not if He were saving to Satan:
: Common Preface feast of St
companions Placidus
laws and regulations! But to encourage us one with Christ and it makes us one or by a third text from Deute. and hast found them \\t.ra" "l'se I given you. )our chanct

hopes of change In what the ChurchbelitV.B with each other in Christ If Christians and companions, Mass of several martyrs Gloria, Com roomy which said that only In both these texts the same Now go away '
neon Preface) God was to be adored The Grf'tk'rrb is used I land the The Devil did go away
to be God.glv.n doctrine are ever to be united to each other
text told him nothing he did same Latin verb bv St until the time A grim little:
would not only be illusory and uncharitable they must first' be united to Christ Pe- Whatever virtues the priest and lode practiced In their not already know about the Jerome' ai In the tempting of phrase'. that. The Devil cam

to our non-Catholic friends but cause both unions are effected simultaneously lives, love of neighbor or compassion seems not to have been speaker it could have been Our Lord by Satan back when Our Ixtrd Pas
to the ecumenical by the Eucharist this sublime among them' Christ emphasized the of love of God .
basically Injurious primacy quoted by any Jew' The trYing or testing may lion was about to begin
movement Experts on both sides mystery should be the central and ones fellowmen as being supreme (Gospel)

agree that for ecumenism to reach its theme and cornerstone of the ecumenical Motivated by the power of love we can more easily keepall God worldThere

goal by means' of a dilution of doctrine movement the commandments. .'or if we' lose God wt shall) not worship .
false deities under any guise, nor use God's name Irreverently ,

nor refuse to keep His day holy Also, wt shall
Sacred Scripture honor our parents' nor Ih.1IIe harm our fellowmen In any is no happiness without love
waye' shall not steal from them commit sins of lust with

I them lie, or covet their wives or possessions does not need us This Ftrtunstely tur Iefor

Prays for courage to resist wicked Wednesday October ((1 GOD an Important truth to God does not depend epos
keep in mind in our quest for 1 emotional Involvement.
St, hints (Mass of a confessor not a Bishop, Gloria spiritual betterment' It would
THE author of psalm 139, rated, tie worldly-these are 2nd Prayer for the anniversary of the consecration' of bt egocentrism( of the worst\ Father 'y Even an emotional crlpp'tIs :

was the subject of the pt'opleII ho apparently Archbishop Josef, P. Hurley Common Preface sort to think that we are "doing Lee J. capable of making that lull
last week's article, prayedfor haH all the fun, all the excitement something for God" whenwe \ commitment of himself to
deliverance from the attacks Father all the adventure. He' founded the most austere religious Order In the Church keep His commandments TressIle God which constitutes" love for

of sinful ment' remarked all the laughter, all the love In France in the 12th century, the Carthusians. Those who follow -h.nI, pra. when we God Through his love for God
(perform
In connection with John J. the vocation of Carthusian blessed' '
a are Blessed Is the he becomes capable of a
:Mjnv a !good his acts of charity.
pmon
this prayer, that evil' people' been misled such man who Is found blameless and who has neither gone after volitional love for his neighbor .
falrlutlion / by .
are rarelv ever' content to appear.anent gold nor |put his trust in money and riches I list Lesson i AIM, Goth complete i n d e p e n a louln.pr.ctlce'fS
as these, and tragically.t : desire
,
Jeep to themselves and enjoy blessed Is the (Christian ho leads a blameless lift. of His creatures is when emotional 10\111 Impossible -
their evildoing.They are all heirs of our poetically expressed In the '
wants tote, but the
our
Thursday. October 7 49th psalm
seem possessed to fallen first parents, and our reason why lie wants It Is be Moreover the emotionally
snake life miserable for their of the good person who Is baptism did not dissolve' our lll,,M, ,'Virgin Mary of the llol) Rosary (Mass of dod; 's message, although addressed cause' lie hat suih a love for told person Is not nearly as

God fearing neighbors, whose the object not so much of persecution concupiscence. It did give. us feast. Gloria, 2nd Prayer of St Mark, Creed Preface of It the ancient lie us handicapped:' as is the' (person
sincere attempts to lead good as of solicitation He' the (power to control it, but Blessed) \'irgm I brews, Is (fur all mri and all who. for all his emotional
lives are apparently an unbearable has not only to stand up with Mfll'lIlIy. times Loving us (III' desires, our health dissipates his affective

reproach to their staunchly under the blows of The author of psalm 140 dill Through the' centuries tie Popes havt praised this great happiness and He knows that energies' on hatred resentment .
voikedmss Their hatred of open enemies; he has also to nut have' even this advantage devotion to the Mother of Christ, Including J'.ul1.. John "If.ar. my (people." God there can be no true and last or

goodness< is nothing short of struggle with himself to Keep' and so, while he feared his XXIII, and Pius Ml. and have directed all (hrutians to pray proclaims and I will speak: mf happiness for us except There to happiness Is nothing so corrosive the

diabolical, a"d'Ith devilish from compromising his position enemies, he' feared himselfas the rosary. The' public worship of God, the honoring of the Israel I will teettfv against through our love for Him as
of ill toward
viciousness they strike out at.tIt by succumbing!! to their well He was honestly Blessed Virgin Mary the angels and saints through the liturgy you: God, your God am I. He .is so Intent upon our happiness nursing. There Is will nut another ,

taunts and blandishments and awaieof his weakness; he felt Is supplemented by private devotion Also meditation on the Not for your sacrifices' do I that He' commands us tidal about something The
alluring suggestions hoi the the pull of evil and'a mysll'TII'lof the' rosary Is one' of the higher forms of prayer' rebuke' you. for your holocausts to lose Him Actually love 'Is animosity
Thus It U I that the effort Indo hater' >*troi his own happl
wicked have of May we' Imitate what these mysteries constitute' are before me always, not that be
a way making ; m.yII' re- something ran
tempted from time to time' to
dod Incurs the |
; will often ness It
s Is he who suffers.
minions their evil lives look very attractive take what looked! like! the' ('..11hllt they promise'' .11'raver' of the Assembly' ). 0'1 I take from vow house no evoked bv a command: lose
enmity of Satsn s ; easy rather than the whomhe
and carefree and bullock no JOlt out of your mutt be person
given willingly by the
the good have always' been way out Consequently hf'pra.d Friday, October 8 hates
gay, while the struggle to live (erventlv for fold For mine are all the !lover'
persecuted In one wav or another protection !'st Itrlilgrt of Svvetltn! Mass of animals of the forests beasts Ut all have an ta
by God given principles is against himself, and his ( ( a holy woman not a God f command that w\ e eagerness
often hard and discouraging opening| words surest: a de martyr Gloria, 2nd Prayer of Sta. Serglus, Bacchus, Mar- by the' thousand on m/ mountains love Htm i accompanied by be guided by experts Newspaper .

This Is bad enough, but at It Is so easy to grow weary. finite urgency! celluH and Apuleius. Common Preface). I know all the birds of the grace to ,lovei Is more an columnists who d,ii.
least the Issue Is clearly wonder whether it wouldn the air aid! whatever stirs in urgent plea Mae a command panic advice< always art the
drawn On one side are the' he more sensible, to give' up( 0 lord, to >ou I call; This }Hthxftiturv wife and mother I is proof that the sacrament the plaice belongs to meIf 1Anfir eur Misjhhor becomes meet popular whether the ad

pond: on the other the bad. the fight and surrender to I hasten to me: of matrimony is not an obstacle to sanctity Of her eight I were. hungry I should an absolute' Imperative. sice concerns health heart

Ruth have' their allegiances what seems a much more hearken! to my voice iluldien a daughter. Catherine I Is a canoniwd saint: while not tell you. for mine are the ant became I11I M essential affairs. personal grooming or

The wicked stand always realistic wav of life, Die unjust when I call upon )011. one son Karl was quite' the opposite( Rearing and educating world and its :ultae Do I fert. tn our lore for God The investment

ready to attack, the good to t. the Intemperate; | the immodest 0 Lord, set a watch be.Lure children was\ difficult in tho o day also Together with her eat the/ flesh of strong bulls. one rannot east" without the There li ..
resist,. the kliaiudcM. the my mouth, husband I If. the cared for the children showed hospitality to or Is the blood of goats my other Gad; eipert s* litfsVllbl
|
But far worse I Is the situa unprincipled, the sop h i s 11-l a guard. at the door of strangers and titled those I m distress list Lesson). drink tin aaionally we ear......*.. it .

Iii)' lips| October Offer to God praise as "persons WM. on the human. When God salt that e"r
J. let nut my head, inclineto Saturday 9 tour sacrifice and fulfill vour level, are. Incapoole>>1 of lose greatest and only true happi'
M. Murray the evil st, lulm IjNiiunll. (Mum of feast Gloria, :rid Prayer vows to the Meet High then Human 'barn to lose by Mae will be found in )bent

of engaging In deeds of of Sta Denis, Rusticus and Eleutherius, Common Preface call upon me In tint of distress beer loved One who has ro- Him and In )loving our neighbor .

but wickedness ) I will. rescue you, and. reined little or no )lose In Infancy for Ilia sake Ht has sad!
Strange true \\itli\ nt'nI ho are evil you shall glorify me '' and cMtffhond seldom the last word. on the subject
(1KTSand ; Ordained I Treat' at 3:. father Ionardi began a program Ne. there is nothing which Is able in adulthood to of "happiness

Copyright 1945, NCWC Nt.i Service let me not partake! to revitalize' the Faith m his native city of Lucca in lUly stiltgreat I a.\ ran 11tft God or do for warm and lasting emotions Mtabfeh If wt find i I. ourselves arydegree

Of f fKI VJODlPt Mart UNUhUL c' AmA.NI. n rl M[ HZ PITCH. their dainties (ti I, 54)The )I. the Clerics success, lie organized a group of secular Priests Into God which" will add one whrtla ) rHatsoMMot. either in of malevolence! r+
5CMONIO,WHO AT1'IND$10 THI ** Regular of the Mother of God; who" hoed a eomawon I KM wfwtte
I 'ru b Must (W to"I 3 OOO perfection ud frwMiimp or .w ward
next verses 1 iS-7)) are. msmj, another fore:
wt are
vacua cola c'sWUnwo' 11'w0u0N Pi'MAANIw/Dr5 GLNANAoo / life and restored Christian (deals in many parts of (tags\ tike happnsosa r:ten our kwr. for Such
H Hkttortfeal.
It and
rw TrrnNND very obactire In the originallichrew st Paul they proclaimed perm anently masochists not t,> sj t : t
truth and comMemled
rtligwus' God which Die
is highest l
text! almost to the themselves hodtc tfH In his the po:son.
to esery mans conscience in the ifht of God tribute of that
praise w* CM soorch mr ,hiaptatis
point of defying translation lot 1.TSMIIO on the
I
1 + i .. Itif K.'.".1'111 l sense of the 'on.. offer Dam. Ht does m* need tutor tl l wul.l

fmtrmtv version would be
the thawing Washington letterPapal

Y a The psalmist prays fur the "TlvcFlorlda

r moral' courage' to stay en the visit
of gives stature to United
s side v( the gmxl I Nations CarholicCathol


The reproaches. the cntlim THF: format visit. of Poll| ed Importance after thai hisl Dean Rusk has a schedule otconferences of July sad. that nit.,., sei "
r,- the urging of good aul UontMober 4w ,111 l torte day. with foreign
nlln minister
1j n at tine t rte cf ...... .
.. .
.Nr,, war people ate ronnlruitively add greatly to the prestige' of It is Known that IN Sf't're. liters at the I t'N ,\*''*mbit hi' election tn tile or rt a1T 't iaal Ili ;ter helpful and 1 salutarv, even if the liftllt.tlOlll! : tary General U Than already t \11Itt.htttIor .rthir J A **inhlv pre"-knPr \ Cs /5. ,1'wc4mit. M Ii.eM
0 iatrrf rep annnally annoying Theyare hat discussed with some diplomats + l"'lld l |herg has Seen host" and ', 1_ S y
The word from Rome< is that *.Nlf it e. raw Itft
\mitrt
preferable by far te the r
is peitH It 11
particularly rtf re- contuHi so .... ..
,
blandishments of the wicked the piety rather wants his ttion < fail, li Its I first address saw lit /a si e
+ tell .
r i pA IADf sa'.rrANr' sentatises of ,\span ind sJrt- To .tl practical: purportUM ... MarM'e N N
who are doumod to dfttf'l'o'IUn packed. OIIf'.tf.y visit todirect the assembly |>, f.,1, ." '
"p '
ran rowntnvs. steps that IN will. t be oeallac with .. a asesw e sow I ar
e- .
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rkjHrnfrt IN: members IIrM A M ea Ma
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Protestants receive; Host? .. \ 7 Sharing our treasure -----

-
q.J In using the leaflet mia
sale furnished In our church means to be used Indiscriminately Good I
example kindles
for the
with he new liturgy, I ant restoration of
quite concerned by the omls- Christian unity. There aro

lion *of referring capitals to In Our the Lord pronoun ---'"'- /to Monsignor J. D. tog two the main practice principles of such govern common /interest/ of truth seeker

worship: first the bear
and God. What I
possible Kiln Coowsy ing witness to the unity of the moat effective way in
THE
Is obtained In using small Irt
ten In reference C Church, and second, the ah.,. (' :you can aha ".a .
to
God
: \ ,,
word beginning with a capital In the means of grace. Witness your holy Faith with others { : ,
of the unity of the II by living an upright Christ
letter Indicates that the surd namenti updating rails Church very generally forbids like life By doing so you art Father

It special In some waj U GIld for the restoration of this celebration common worship to Christians bearing witness to Christ and : SW/ Jllh. A.O'Brlrl.

not special'A. In the evening'!: but the grace to be had the divine character of tin religion
The jam IS easier read. A. We know that St Paul from it sometimes commendsthis He established This lithe i'i'brought

Ing. "broke bread' with his congregation practice." testimony which even hi .-

The names of God. Jesus in the evening, andit In the same decree it Is who runs can read and understand
Christ and the
Holy Spirit seems that evening Masses t'nlesl reinforced by
also noted In slightly differ
should always be capitalized, were quite the usual thing for ent context that: Nothing Is good example, your oral testimony : up to respect! all mH.
Bishops'press at Council .
as a sign of and be. panel
respect the first falls
three or four cen so foreign to the spirit of ecumenism to the cause they are proper names !tunes By the fourth century This .Is beautifully Ulustrat. difficult to llva the
false ireni- good life
But there are no let rules the custom was developing In cism ."as a Newspapermen covering the Second then Eugene Maly, Father John J. ed In the conversion of Mrs

about capitalizing the pro. many areas of celebrating the In other words must \atican Council attend daily briefing King O.M.I.. Monsignor Joseph It. Ruth H Gtttleman of Bradley I accepted and respected

nouns which refer to God or Sunday Mass at the "third have deep we for the sessions: provided by the American Crowley. Father Frederick McManus, Beach, New Jersey! who relates Jesus, the Jew, and graduallycame

to one of the oersons of the hours," which was about nine faith and worship respect of our Dishopa. Panelists. include auxiliary Monsignor Mark J Hurlej, Father these pertinent events lo the belief that He was

Trinity. Rather .e might say clock in the morning bit separated brethren butI 0 Hishop Philip M llannon of Hashing- George' Tavatd and Jo..lhfr"Inotnt In her life My Interest In the more than just a good bonsai

that each and publisher has hisown earlier in summer. later in must be truthful and not deny ton, D.C.. standing, and from the left.Father \ if rmans. Catholic religion was kindled, being, but wan divine.

rules Some sticks to them winter However until! the the real differences hlehexist Francis J, Connell C.SS,R., .'a. when I was a student nurse, Then Karl Stern a great
carefully never capItalize high Middle the bv deep faith and
Ages custom serenityof
between us Ve must not book Pillar of Fire enabled -
a pronoun: others capitalize --- an elderly lady
-
remained of having Mass at -- -- stricken
gloss over those differente me (10 see that I l'OLti
the personal pronouns, the ninth hour of fast d.va- In a mistaken spirit of good At audience with terminal cancer She best serve the cause of Chi: *t
weekly
he him and his
; a few extend about 3 p m On days "which fellowship. Me mutt not pretend war surrounded by her rosary within the Church of ChriitI .
capitalization to the relative were neither feasts nor farts and other rellgtoui articles
to be united when
pronouns who whom whose Mass we atop her !bedside table I received a thoroughcourse
was often said at the
If you capitalize all these are not. Gestures of unity are Father Instruction from Father
sixth hour
pro noonnd
on Holy explains doctrineof
false when the true I
unity rould
nouns in a prayer, or in readIngs Saturday of ember weeks sense the iplrllual Samuel' Constance at Ihe
from the Scripture Mass these gestures signify does strength and peace of mind (hurch of the .-. <'enslon and
you was celebrated at mid.
not exist We are working for which she derived from her was baptized by him I have
may end up with my uneven night after a long vigil, and
copy, those; who assisted at that unity; w e have not yet achieved 'Eucharist and the Church'nlr Catholic ralth. by no means denied Jud.I ln.I .
it and to pretend otherwise truly believe that Catholicism

Take look at the Confra
a '
Mass fulfilled their Sundayobligation is dishonest hindrance My interest wit further
ternity Edition of the New to work a \ .VTK .\\ CITNC) Strewing two highlights of the representation but deepened; by the example of fulfills and completesfaith
our
of mv fathers I '
Testament which we have Now Mass his weeks work Paul else I lie III f .. mIII'' proudly
may be permitted Holy Communion I is the previous Pope VI spoke at hits principle Ihe charily beloved brother In call myself' a "Jr'h.I1", ,
been using for the past 25 by the Bishop of the diocese greatest s) mbol of unity we weekly general audience (Srptimbrr 15)) of the integral 1 which unites the faithful I t. law, John J I'ianowskl lie He" and am grateful for tie:,
)ears You will find that no at any reasonable hour link the hrlut and among IhemielvesIt married my sinter and shared
between .
have in our Faith and wor acramc age of ecumenism which I
pronoun referring to a divine and afternoon and evening I Christ a beautiful life with her until
of Church
each
ihip it joins us to believe, will r.1.r't
more
person Is capitalized in the Masses are Increasing in number the union of many grams, he his accidental death at the
Christ and all of us to each The daY before he hadopt'nf'd 'Thi M enough to In bring Chrl.rl teat hinge to all
see
biblical text Indeed, I have
and popularity Only one other There can be no true the intends to indicate our J people the l'mlllc'IIlh.'t'nt age of 27 Johnny was. for menAcceptance
rcumenkal Own which
Just consulted more than a hour of fait is required before gathered together" me. the Ideal Christian and I
dozen edition of the Bible receiving llolv Communion, union communion unless there Is ell s fourth session-the Coon. Theology goes further the more than anv other realties could tee that It was hit re of the Church,
Protestant and Catholic andI elI which/ he characterised as and represents hierarchicaland at Karl Stern polnti out does
no matter what the hour of Me and Presb terians do Pope said, discovering in lignin which helped| to make
do not find one shish capitalizes the Mass not ha1M > beliefs the' Church at 'ork-Ind the the Eucharist: that Is In the community, unity of the him the wonderful person he not mean acceptance of the Intolerance
pronouns The only same previous Saturday he had published reality Umard which it tends' Church the rxtirme pea sal and anti scmlti m
copy of Sacred Scriptures in Q.) Rerentlv a I'reibvterUn about llolv Communion We his encyclical M> trri- and In effect It produces 'the tulate. the almoM earning of Other whose splendid example of some of Its memberve
which I find asked me all) she cannot re- share many' beliefs about the um Fidel on the! dlK.trill' of of the the Church herself toward the led draw a distinction, between
pronouns capitalized unity Mystical Body me to study the
Is that of the Jewuh eel; r Holy Cimmunlua. I la a Eucharist; but our differences the Eucharist without which there can be Eucharist, and at the tame faith were the Dominican Si the Church as a divine Institu*

Publication Society of America Catholic church If she happens are great and Important. To At the audteme the Po|'equoted no salvation (1St. Thomas time to see In It a IUI"'fmfrflult. len at the retreat house In lion and the human frailties'

and it uses no lower case to he !In the church for Join them in Intercommunion the modern hVemh Aquinaii' In aid ten( to the almost a prelude to Scotia, Newoik M.msJgnor of Us members As an Ideal .t
for referring to Mast The r r fI h lu I. would deny in action the truesignificance theologian. Father Henri de the communion of saints, of John Oesterrekher I believed ..lrll1In( ea It
any pronouns sanctification of the soul communing whom I
the Divimty-not even formsof church enrolinges them I* da of those differences Lubac as saying "1>e the l-urharllltltll: professed am privileged: to know; a man'a right to live In dig!:!, "r,

the first and second person this and oas there Is M reason Church makes the Eucharist, and celebrated by the Church great I'mtonlM Priest, Father decency and equality

like Me. My You and Your why' a athollc cannot rev Th. Orthodox Churches of the r-ucharlst; makes the 'Thus the rurharM: Is not of Christ narnabai Ahem, ant. the This II the heritage: "'hi"his

Of course the Latin Vulgate<< relic Communion li their the hast: are separated fromus Churrh to It this now I le, enough for Sisters of St. Joseph, I IWmar. Judaism gift to her pen-

does not capitalize pronoun church, too. but they share w ills us "Try to explore these two Suggestions given to your devotion toward the New Jersey who kept mi In ply a strong aense of social
aeither does the Greek text .A Vatican Council II In Its faith in the true presence of affirmatMMS," the 1'oJ1f laid, Church in Council and for their prayers justice and respect. for cth s,

Decree on Ecumenism after the unify and lllood of JesusIn "And you will see what a improve Church music your worship of Christ In the Ai a liberal Jew railed In Me are "beginning to live the

Q. The first holy Mm mi recommemimg that Catholics the Eucharist; So there Is wealth of doctrine comes ltkUnCI( Musk In must holy sacrament a home of love and security teachings of Christ, and !Ills!!

Celebrated I Is the evening, il join their separated brethrenin unity between us regarding from them Another Illuitrlous the liturgy will be taken ierlouilv (hurch must be the Church\;

the Last Sapper How come common pra)". for wuty, thin great sacrament Coneqtienlly theologian (Charles Car, : by the laity only when Underdevelopment called for all men
that holy Man It celebritrdrommonlv cautions us a* follows Orthodox may sometimes dmal Jovrnett antes 'The the Church ecclenlaitical anthonties .
\la the morning let worship in common is I receiv e Communionwith hole sanctifying grace ef the begin to take It teriounly Each: of ui mutt be a Ih hit

Doit yea think the aggior not to be ..... lt.s ai aI ui. and Catholics may world li dependent! on the contends the official Latin America'sIbafflc' example of the giHi sometimes receive Communion grace of the hunch and the publication of the ngllih: Na. )u llce of the (hrl.t who dlid

Washington letter in their churches whole grace of the Church dpendi .- Honal Church Music Asiocla. for all nf uiMy .
The lathers of the Second on the rwharlit: MMIW.O. (!M').-Ilinhop' Manuel Larraln Krracu-:
lion
Vatican Council' grant this rise of Tales, Chile. sill. 'the a,rnmrnt In blooci which deep Cathol Pulls::
Arguing that the number of gives me strength to '.
'The ucharltl: li the
permission explicitly in their umbl trained parish mutt the undetdevrlntiecl world pay'| each year I I. a stands) with of the t II
organists
I United Nations gains decree Catholic Churchesof of the ( lurch... Pep.Paul any prul.r"/I""s
on be Increased at least tenfold that cries out to the Jleav ... SiiHO mv hnj.t, I I
the Eastern Kite, but they laid cries out to the Heavenly'
the puMicatxm, Church Music only )'.lhrr." have known md<" i ,!I'J' ,lopeace
also reMrtrt It to In rather,
stature from visit rates Thii i It one of the most recurrent says the work clone by tile of mired and anus r i anfore
papal which the need of the salva snit most studied Music Commission In Item In a pastoral) letter Bishop "War Is not the prlntiry life and death unafia: *.

.... lion, of souls and their spiritual pointi In the hislorv and will U Mtttle mote" than a I. arraln I pieeldeftt of the threat U .HI (hlleaiu. or la I brh'I'" evii i dlJ! ) I
"oot1rrllh. -' 5,01, peare That he hn chose I 10 good" are Impelling motives literature relative to the! bu theoretic. eterclie" until I t Utln Amerkan IliihcH' Conference any. I I. all t I III \merlrans, He, thank (od for Die P'I"' > II

It li Rot known vet. rente I* the t'Io make an and to circumstances cbanat It represent and renews more skilled choirmasters andorganuits (CH.AMi: sill that rauie we d, not possess grace of my holy ( lt' la I

of course what he will. ur appeal I. all mm U work for In which the unity of the the sacrifice of Christ are provided poverty, hunger and sickness atomic weapnn. ." the HUhnp Faith.

Jew would hazard a goes litletUIlt" peare glvei this organisation Court will not be hurt.rTh.e on the Cross and this Is Its "Th. present quality endq".nlty brought shout by umterrtrvelopmentcau.e Hated. 'Our threat U peace

of uliofli I an Indorsement first and sarnmenlsl.ignifl. of our Church' muilclam ai many deaths' Is railed 'underrieveluprnent' "

of the visit ai and to the the after talk effevts that I li IIn .Iuabl.. asn.en- from rante: Hut owing to the s >e li hopelessly made. In Latin America each year "Hie" wordi ef Maurice) FEASTER

are rice of breed and. 111'11I.lawMrh quite," It declared a i occured In Kuro|' throughout
There Cardinal
are 117 nations Felon of Pan MEMORIAL HOME
It Is certain. however. that repro.seated 'The ijtt'.tkn fUs" eon es
It li contained. It also! The publication. suggestedremedy the entire period of the
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.
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Film newsletter C Six The Florida Catholic Friday, Octoher 1, 1965

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ANNNN'N.NN.NNN. ." ""' "wYOUTH

New movies studied by film center "r;rat 1 Y"


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August 11. at the establishment of the Center for not those of other men, Writ ,

IN'Film Study, the National legion of Decency announced er-director Ephraim Kishonhas

that this new association! "!Been not only IB a created a highly amusing A .NN.NNNNNNNNNN.NNeNNNNNyyNNNNNyY
satire that succeeds best withits 1
I significant development in the Legions recent effort at
Moore Jesuit
outiageous sight gags (Unobjectionable Bishop
the promotion of film culture, but also us an immediate for adults and ,

response by the American church to the directive! of the adolescents High School High School

Second Vatican Council decree on the media of social lie Mho Must Die, !Moviegoers ww

communication. are getting a second rM i. ra( ORLVNDO Last week TMPThree: seniors it

An activity of the Centeitnentarv r for film Study is the com chance to see! this excellent Thursday was a big day for Jesuit High School have been
1957 import this time dubbed the seniors at Bishop Moore,
provided on current named semifinalists in the
newsletter printed by the Center in I nghsh; The story, adapted for on this day they took the
pictures from the Nikos Kazantzakis' "lor l i d a state 12th grade 196546 National Merit Scholarship

The movies listed below are. The Reward Serge, Boor. novel, "Christ Recrucified" a./yy L achievement test, which lasted competition They ara
of the recent fIlms
reviewed
lame ta the Catholic film guignun. who gamed inteina is about the inevitable fate of all day. Scores for the test Bruce Campbell, MIChael I

tional acclaim for his sensi some Greek refugee: ) In a are expected in December Dole and Russell Wallauer.

five direction "Sunda\'s and Turkish occupied village' The scores will be used for They will now compel in the

New films Cybele." turns his camera to Whether seen as religious allegorv student guidance as well as final competition

the exquisite scenery and atmosphere or political tract, it is satisfying entrance require
........ rttnti Ml .n"awr' rr IM of Mexico! Here on exceptionally arresting Cinema ments for Florida colleges, Father Larion J Elliot S.J.,
l>l n X ttciDCfCluM English High Mass in Daytona Beachlooks president of Jesuit High I
the sun-drenched plains, the Directed by Jules Dassin, -
A, faction I greed and moral decay of a who Is better known for his Students and faculty wish" to School, gave a get acquainted
and Monsignor Irvine Nugent, pastor' Carron Thomas Andrews, diocesan congratulate Steve Dorntelf dinner for the principals and
small band of bounty hunter rime melodramas satnPS -
(Morally nnoblectlonable is the thread of the story The the film is the most celebrated Mass' '! on Tuesday of last mimic director. Pictured here congratulating and Joan :Murray for qualifying vice.principals of six schoolsof

for general patronage; ) film is a hymn of life as a ambitious of this increasingly week for the school children of Our the children in Monsignor Nu. as National :Merit Scholarship the Tampa area They met

desert death makes its point popular dlrrl'tor.It'llna! Lady of Lourdes School, Daytona gent, who commented on their excellence semifinatliits. at the University Club on Sep
Don't Worry W. Will tember 23. The school
and, \\''hl'nIax: Von Sydow' at Mercoun! and Pierre \aneck Beach, They sang for the first time in in singing The girls' Athletic Association represented
Think Of A Title (UA I Isst realizes what he has he are part or the excellent\ cast the parish the High Mass in 1 Knglish; by held initations Thursday were Berkeley Prepay

Claw A, Section n come, his final desperate journey .. nobjettionable for adults.) afternoon for some 80 prospec atory Academy Our Lady of Academy PerpetualHelp of
to a refreshing lake becomes
live members As the Initiation -
(Morally unobjectionable a quest for a moral Diocesan H.S. football festivities cam to a of the Holy Name, Sacred
Father Heart Academy Temple
for adult and adoleweents) oasis I'nobiectionabl for Lopez (close the girls were receivedas
Christian and
Heights Tampa
!
adolescentr.lSa11ah. )
adults and
members of the Club.
Alphabet Murders, The In this 1 hilarious High School The junior varsity emerged Catholic High School

(MGMI I comedy. an Israeli Immigrant Results match weather-good bad from their first game victoriously The local unit *f the Natlo
l).\YTONA BF:,\( II Father .
Killer The (Emb.1 I bureaucratis -
Bounty defeats the many They squeaked by al\ Forensic League sponsoreda

Little Ones, The (Colt( attempts to integrate hm : results came forward to giving the uuldnt match Clearwater Lopez students would their home field opener with congress of IS high school

:Mad Executioner The Into his new community Sal FIKSri.AMr bad, like the Cardinal :Mooney! Cougars an voting in each period like to extt'ndrcome\ to a narrow margin of one points and their debate and speech

(Para) lah, uproarIOusly played b\ either m the Sunshine State interesting scramble at Melbourne Stormy weather drownedthe the new members of the the final whistle blew, the learns from Sarasota, St. I

Hawn Topol, is a larger: .than sting of Bishop :Moore! teaching staff Father James score stood Bishop Moor, 7, Petersburg, Venice, Dunedin. ,

Class) A, Section HI life character whose wavs are last week Coach Jack Schwind Sara! I lot'nets and they lost to a B CafrlSlsteor. Miriam Oak Ridge 6. and Tarpon! Spring on Satan

:Making their initial appearance sot an'sIt'llt visiting last surprising Apo| ka, 26-6 Catherine Mrs Perrm, Mrs. The varsity was not so fortunate day, September,
(Morally nnoherti.| <>nah1e :Mertz, Mrs Leoria, John
membir of the week also to Clearwater Central as they slugged it out
as II Buy The Orlandoans. playing on
for adults) Cites increasing Stofa, Joseph Hergeit. and Four hundred students attended
in the rain at Apopka Th.
( oust (inference, Tampa Catholic and are still the Blue Darter field, stored Richard Coley Roth Mr*. the event, which was
Johnny Tiger (Unlv) (iilliolic High: School registered : seeking their initial touchdown II yard from Scott Hornets had to settle for a
on an pass Perrm and Mrs Mertz formerly presented in order to tram students
needs of youth for a Wl trouncing of Tem falling I{ 354)) before the (ruinlich to Ted affrun just taught at Mainland High score of 264 to debate current I issues

Claws A, *>e<'tion IA pie HclRlits: unbeaten Marauders before half-time, School Mr Colev is an alum The Silence dub held Its to practice extemporaneous

(:Morally unobjintioniblc moral leadership Coach Tom Mur'ay'n Ciuwders Coach \rinand Saboiirln However their undefeated nus of Father LopezAt first meeting<< of the sear lad speaking and to review
(land 110(1( kpedatorsl) enjoyed the close of the school week parlimentary! procedures
adults with
for S'rIftIh\G: Illinois |N- playing I I at JesuitHighs pponents counted 13 points
reservations) Riotous conduct of youth Is 1 Corral Stadium i a parade of toiuhdovins by m each half. Coach lIaroldelson' year. the student body held Projects for the year and Speech coaches registeredtheir
Hick \\ ihlln (11"01) and Gary elections of the student !government teams al I a m.. and
a logical of lire. showed a quick liking for the \ squad next tackles coming activities were discussed '
Hill The I fMm.11C'I ) consequence Iteration (Ilhrl'f'l), but credited officers Elected the Award Assembly was'
legion. Michael J llowlett. II wet turf, rushing fur107 neighborhood rival), Fdgewater ; The members hope to
John held 3 The coachesmet
thin second win to 'a great were Collier president: at p.m.
yards. Opening game anxi.tyI'ausrd on a "neutral" Orlando take tour of the Kennedy .
linois
.. R auditor: of public accounts t team effort" Jeffrey Seibert, vice president i Cape in a special gathering to
recently told a Pock the Tampans to have 'Held facilities as an activity
: Steve Cildea, treasurer: discuss their school schedule!
(Morally objectionable in Riverallev. Srira Club meeting four more touchdown plays, rM'n ('rnl'n Mike I Ddll St Joseph Academy, play Peter Stherer secretary and this year The meeting was

part for all) here nullified by )penalties Kevin /I'oali G'ol'"elull\ Joe Bishop ing this IM'ascn'l first game at Pat (Hanner r'Ol'dnlpcr., / : .. ended with films of the Gemim The officer of the Jesuit
Powers scurried to two fast I Dennis Keel, Mike! Bren home, fought Callahan to a 5 space, mission taken. by High Forensic League are
Fevenomen (MGMI "It kliuiililii he surprising( Tils( of 62 and 15 yal ds. Sen Bruce Baker and John scoreless half time tie Fumbles tary. t;a'h homeroom also. the astronauts while in space: Robert Scullv, president,
nan. voted in of
Village of the Giants when moral luosrncn In oursoilclv mr quarterback Gary Taylor llerndon stopped(! the Cougars hurt the Flashes In what .a group representatives reports Don tloasey Bruce Campbell, viepresi

( Lmb. I encourages teenage alhO scored twice. in addition from clawing out much yard. was an even game statistical dent: Paul LiCalsl, If'<'rt'tar1JInd

youth and young adults to revolt to calling touchdown signals! Iv and gave Callahan a The Pep Club hat reportedthe Notre Dame John Ilendry. treasurerand

against( sulhoritv ," the for Larry St Ament and Andrew age.: chance to record a 130 win) results of their elections. recording secretary. The
St Paul public) official said, Benin The Crusade Tie "ro ld game gave nmg score Rev Mr. Louis I/opes, S J. Is t

defense was armor.plated to Santa Fe llit.li School a satinfymg The votes fell to Carol Tred Academy the school coach and moderator .
Not long ago we had dem 60 Berkeley Bobehb and Sieve \'' .
over
the undermanned haales In.augur'atuig erne ararro way. president: Linda Carey, .
High School onslration in California by a Temple )Heights /l'iep in rainy Tampa The engineered several threat vke president; Jan Kitaif ST. PtnH: : rntJnd.

group of students who wanted Lakelandcr used a passing hut each fell short of the St. secretary treasurer: and \ Duwlmg president of Uit M
ST I'ETEItSBCRG: : \ st first fswttail I team
to pepulartt l lourtotterwords plav of six yards from quar .\II uhtine goal line. Meredith Small. assistant senior class at Notre Dam Many Presidents
Paul's High School hat an trs>ditx> aU>' regarded .Mt. KHunc into official tel'ba'kIIIe: Attenburger to The football Academy in St. Petersburg
nounced that Patricia M cUMi by traseluuj to New Coach Ed Dioid, take his season openedofficially
otacene'Mote
as : '
end Tom I ox for their third was named a teml-fuialist
IS
Ford a senior has been SmvrtM Beach Father t/iiez| team. seeking their Initial on September have had kin study
recenth a polio ixiiixi tally. when F thr txipei J \'.'s mrtS.b..JII by the National Merit Scholarship
named as one of the semi' raid on a sex and dunking Hip School >tool a close: 64) win' to Bunnell this Friday. Corporation as a resultof
J.V'I at Memorial
finalists of the National Merit of 300 l'Olrtelt This gate the frliiison A Jacksonville cross totlwlry \\ n at Georgetown U.
parts voting people m stadium and defeated the the qualifying test administered
Scholarship: Qualifying lest in The Green Waves from Day Hawks their first foiilbHll win saw Bishop Kenny
I wealthy report last March.
the state of Honda Patricia cornmunih In the Bay Confer- Sandcrabs 25(41 I NFH PORK! : (1C( ) Children .
Last Hampton New' York, re tuna Beach outplayed NsU in Tampa High School bow to \Solfson, Sister Marie Carmel. principal .
will" now try to qualify as a eiue. ) (Plans already underway or close relatives! of3
suited in 13 arreits on nar the first scoreless half but allowed 270The are of Notre Dame Academy .

finalist colics charges and 10 more the Barracudas to iross Coach Jack Baiker brings Crusaders. guided by for this )sears annual and Mary Mi Nail) pies t I'S Presidents' attended i

The individual classes at St for disorderly conduct," he the goal !line on a 35 yard run his Nciiiicl back to Bryant Stadium Coach Jont Tyson will next ktent of our Student Councilwere Georgetown I niveriitviaWashington ,
| tad weekend of before LocI
Pauls have chosen class offcers added from a lake handoff Both try to dent the retold of take a group John-
in Lakeland next against Father Lopez students attended guest speakers at an assembly who enrolled there this
report Candy NagleThey team that has not allowed IOn f
City a
"If we forbid the rotation teams thuatened in the I>>slqlUll'tt'r lor installation of Student .
seniois Patricia Keystone Heights expectingto a meeting of the Keys month in the nursing school
are even a first down to an
or f God in classroom whv without further Tll'slorry .
slat the Santa I'e'Ic. Council ottkws at Santa
Nugent president. Madeleine! should ve be ed IC'ollnt Balewski! junior quarteiback on opponent thus far' Workshop at the Cherry Plaza The last child of a President .r
trail
surp-iii> he High. School in Lakela
dory in Orlando" to become !better
Riendeau Marguerite Ryan to attend the Jesuits Inner
people grow up belies called the pass playsto Jesuit Ugh School gridderaregistered Hack of the week: on Tuesday September 2*.
with the
and Barbara Fcker acquainted principle
; juniors stv before lAIr was also a
there Mike Keinmer and Jim
dod
ing: is no he asked
The student of ND\
hf'l'Ol1d
their win m Mike KaierMelbourne of wet
Susan Smith president Eliza yearbook editing Johiuon Frank Johnson
Schwarz that several 1 times
both Dellsio Barbara Rusin a row downing Jefferson Central ('albullc1.I11t'IIIU Phylann Sc'her*'he) is student privileged to have Major son of President Andrew Johnson 1
had the Green Uaves close 11' .
The ( of 12-0 Coach flay Dicharry'acharges t for Father General White, 1.1h.01 .\.
and Beatrice Barger, soplio tragedy our (lime reporter
the the weekiMke
uncrossed of
>> 101'lI1g stripe
morel Ann Greenwood pl'l'sldl'nt h the decline In mural, Hand tixik to the air to Lopez I High School this year tronaut KdvtardllVtute. toe
: OtIhI'oaII.Clpar These and other facts about I
Charlotte Young Linda Hrds that has accompanied Furlhir down the Past overcome tie wit grounds of turf. at the regular assembly
\\at..r Central Catholic Georgetown connection w ltd
Santy and Christine Tjnan an advanie In lerlinkal and (oast. 'Ilinurne Central I IathnlH !Taut HiKh Sdiool Dads Michigan prelate MI September: Student
the President.
Stadium of the night Councilor Pam JaMwi.. .. Introduced art retailed\ man
freshmen Andrea Neill president scientific progress ( found the Krnriiigeasirr scene Final scores: -
Linda Norris Vary! Ann riifeiiting M.( .\nilrew conceit Frank Massart filed Tamp Catholic 3* Mr Wmte who told of article in America magasine -
Davis and June McDonald "W* worn' alMiut 1'011111111 ITS at JlIII'Ii Raton :6.11. passes "into the flat" from Temple Heights a suggests homilyfor his MM's experience and b> Kenneth J Atc hits

New faculty members this msm abroad And it is a wor his halfback slot that led to showed film \l least II Presidents base

year at St Paul) Include rv But the moral detenciia Ram dd not stop fullback the Tigers sixximters| in the Father 1/n** aNew daily Masses' Patricia Mulhearn names 'Pllba at (;i.rget.ws remmenremeiitt -

Mrs leigh Rudanlle who in tins In our own countiv is amine Tom deraglitv; who sloshed IM ami 4th quartersIn Smyrna Reach < s inadvertently omittedfrom i devrie UathIngUij -
immediate menus'. and through for a 35 yard 111 run the BI-h. IIETlWIf; NCI( .Archbishop
the guidance (counselor Mm !St Petersburg :Melbourne Cent. Cath MSt toe bat of p* tuUiMsto a friend .( the Kh..1'1
Katherine Friend, our bust 1 more dangerous( one than in the fin>t quaiter op H a r r Y Boosters Club Xmlrew I John F Drarden of Detroit received the veil of the founder Bishop John { *rr lltUiled ,

ness teacher Mrs Rose the enemy abroad" he. said :Mike Kaier I then teak cheetinl the Rarons first quarter has nuiiitested that pantors school !Sisters of Notre Darn, there ell a number *f

Avennsa In the Spanish department There never was a time charge for the I IUihtlers I scoring tally against ClearwaterIIS Clearwater Cm! Cath M give a sermon at every on September 10 in !S( Jude rrislnn and addressed th*

: Sister M Eugene: when moral leadership vat in the !second quarter on a Stan Kmet put his leant Cardinal Monewy I Mass. even on weekdays Church Pat was a member students

Francis, our junior advisor. needed more desperately) in U vard \punt> return lie also ahead but the Tornadoes final The of Notre Dam,'s lust radii
a MikceMlun wit one re
and Sister M. William Fran our country than today" ran the kickoff alter half time Iv blew Coach John Ash's Santa FeBerkeley I mill of an anhdl'I't'.apolIl'sDrd sting class tn June reports When the r\'", uh 1\ e man-

els. our new principal, who !95( vault for a lightning( ID, stalwarts t to their second loss, the lilurgv ftooe-Mane M.far, sche 0 l SMM was burned b> the British.
n
was" on the faculty her last "" '"'''''''''''''''''''''' and followed. with a 54 yard 2713. Mike Riodan grabbed a Jesuit High 1! The survey mrve abused new general correspondent dunna the Star of UI2: Prnk

year off tackle Jaunt for his last :20! yard aerial from Kmet to Jefferson a dent June Madison and Its
Subscribe apprrcUtirtii nf the homil
Already work has htn nowANSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSs touchdown in the 3rd quaiteri gt: the Barons "on the board Callinq Barry College wife Doily sought<< refuge on

.tartpd by the St Paul!'a >'ear i roach Ray Robbm team In the third quarter, but Bishop Barry U The An'hhshop also urv.ed alumnae: area meeting the Geortetown campus It
hook ataff The Paulette I Is ., ClearwaterBishop. S7 that Mass he offered (acme .a* M.4son .-hc1ft- IIU signed

be ig edited by Billie Rink Moor I the people "as often as nan s\R\s >TDur f te the school: l s congressional
with" the assistant of Ponnnttiehaus Apopka MSt lord' c-onsideralions warrant tortd. ,*....1 meeti*>( here ckorter. tt,. final rhartt'fIT.t

layout editor Pa offering the Hoi* Sacrifice m this weekend eJ 'then rKMMorMtton \ Congress In an institution

trie!*) Nugent. copy( editor and Joseph Academy I this fashion" because it ban .\ of I nivertilvWOUMSI I t of higher education

a staff of very. efficient worken Callahan U become clear. that a large Sister M \PfI c* II the I MM. !t4ltn

I wnfeei, of people sad it help mile O P of Hairy College M If Lwci JotMaon Manta t*
Bishop Kenny Miami will' wticome' fee renewal .
nil. dunsu her
t* their participation and imprettinnt rf
81 C n d e n t Council fflcer \Volfsoo nMarquett. of h-tendcM with" Bar Georgetown
devotion with
lo have the celehrat l an alumnus
elected by the student body rv oilece alumnae members
use Pnoot lace them as he \tcfcm note the need look
: Ann11'.1'1: new rule: the Stir to meet
are Mary presi in area plant no further
came et nis rule at the altar than the Whit u *
dent: Marguerite: nan lice no long( .haired men all who will, roots to the Azure house Mme 0( j lormerOeorgrtown
president, Kath ludwlg., sre Tides /Hotel (',,"rt at l-ido
.
:MII.WUKFF; : (t'1taaghaired TV commentator. tax .w h i. student _
rotary; and Kmhv .tents, men were not welcome' .bishop ntted ahoiM in no rxinonK.l" \ : ::on i* p m her father tne Pretideot.

treasurer. when Marquette I'nnerutv way *.... the rase of the -- -

St Paula ..Iudl'ntl.re for opened classes this fad To Prwot a* the !lads ol thecomsmaasty
tunate to have Jav M Blow former school prohibitions on Cape Kennedy Area

ers, a foreign service officer sloppy shirts and sweater Fie saM the eonunenushouM ''>r
e-f the U.S. Department of blue jeans and !thorts" the not drawn out the

State: to speak to them at an university committee on student Priest or draw attention tn Trudy's Salon of
Beauty
assembly recently Both Mr life this year addedbeards himself "by- interjecting too

and :Mrs Blower are former and effeminately long many and alien unnecesvarN Ali: ...",".. ef I....r ..rt.( .,. ..

graduates of St Pauls IIIEh!(i base. comment, Fa general there lochs T'9.T.9'.csthnq ..d gg "
School. Since entering the for Neatness and cleanlinessin should be a steady .reductionn ..... E. Or ."do** Iw1d.g CM..ii.I J.d Sf N, 4

sign/ service in 1957, Mr. Blow appearance will be expected the role of the comment ,Wo, 'IJ-2J3 Cot. heel

en has served in Athens, Parents aid Tampa school library from the students at a_' f..r He should W10 more

Greece: St John's. Newfoundland tunes," the BW rule stales !this is truly necessanPianosOrgansBand "

hd esd lt.JBeach '.,.;, leNt .....
..
; and is presently stationed Siater Catherine Labour SSJ, ti,'n at the parish Th president, f'fr "

in New Delhi India principal of Most Holy Redt'l'nlCI'hool James P wen. make the presentation lace 1a4

Mr Blowers spoke to thegirls Tampa, accepts the firat in. Other in the picture, are, from left tc noigd J ?
about (lie
careers in lor '
elgn service told them about ailment of a $2000 project by the Mr Paul St Denta Mr*. Emil Kotala i 4'igP Tackle and

many of his own iiiteretinfexperiences Parent Club for the purchase of the' k..btrt Hririck. "Ira. AIt'Xalhll'r ;:::;J..l'"

and dl\ut issrd the bo ika for the s<'hool library who his t-'u, "i.! .,ii II'K \t t, Phillip c'ap| padoro and Instruments ,_ 4/ Sporting Goods

many misconception ppople I Pail! of the aix clawiroom.admin wtra' Mi I..s ia.u' \\',' I.\U.\ $1 SeuMi AtUftt Atvnuo *Son Su Mt J,*nlwe. lr.w\_..- 5C Cv ..*, Ned >. Me",+os $..e ts/s

tiaof the foreign iei\ic: Lion addition presently under construr .. Lack "phoe. rll.S/1/ t.cee heck


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Vatican roundup k".n The Florida Catholic, Friday, October 1, 1965






Council discusses Church in world ..fM


(ttltllWl his (in lOll)
Munich, laId the schema; It the schema is man in the i.Go within 90 yean may be greatly plaint voiced by several earlier -

lure and when relevant t'ws times runs the risk of Irous- cial and concrete order ;he different from today. speakers Bishop Giusep t

are conRieting"Somt ing false hopes Since there said It deals with men capable Bishops, too. change in 90 pe Maraflnl of \'eroll.Froslnone. -

Fathers feel the docu has not been time for .uffl. of a spiritual life because years time he laid, so that Italy', said that In discui- i

merit ought to be revised 10 dent consultation with lay
as to make it a mere message and sine the matter gene! and free will he stated. men of our day and leave it i' necessary to speak first of l

promoting the Churc. under discussion 11 to new he The spiritual and temporal <. to the Bishops of the future to the cause of all evil, iln. One 1 6v

dialogue with the world This said he thought it would be der are united within the pt'. peak to the men of their must present the doctrine( of

could amount to a letdown best to treat the document asa son of redeemed man. or .t tIme. Discuss what U truly original sin he laid, because

for the faithful. beginning of a dialog least of the man capable of necessary In regard to the without it it Is impossible to

The prospect now it that| with the ,,"orldI must be redemption A synthesis of the Church and relations to the understand man and hn

the examination of amendments continued after the council two orders is necessary which men of today, he urged. weaknesses. tK

offered in course of closes. will I I I not compromise th.Church' lie recommended &bf'zdr
debate will be The rrumenl-al council l l Inserting
completedthe bv Bishop Russell J. 1t"ln.nfY rights he declare proofs for Cod'i existence to
ended debate September 23 on
commiuion in the course of Provldt>IK'f', Rhode
of the next month. Island while laying the tnt Among the specific crli the schema on the Church In counteract atheism I andwarned sr't
had slims leveled during the Irn- the modern world as a whole that the schema r _
tatentior
But nil calculations could declared praiseworthy era! discussion on the dorll' and began discussion on Individual Bards the world with an "optimistic i
that It ends 1 by
be wrecked If debate became up Inf'nt as a whole were that It purl of the docu eye" which fails to !
offering than 4
too Involved with little hope a dubious nothing more with< failed to deal with atheistic ment. see it as it is, a theater of con- It

of a satisfactory ronrlutlon, compromise materialism, that It *ai tat llic'ts between good and evil
those who are at the root of Mm
l'ardlnal flrdljn I
Jaieph with
Western In Its approach and victory achieved only
Two problems dealt with In the very evils which today' .
talked! about urbanisation and was the first to begin! commenting through gfll't'Tht' ,
this schema which constantly afflict humanity He said the document In
on leadoff
tiuliistrlalltallon while the mijorilr speaker In the
engage public attention that it contributes to weakeIng of the world's pnpuli' its particulars. He said the dKcuMmn devoted to the first Floridians attend provincial meetingThe
refer to responsible parentt << the sense of authority text should. deal with youth.
lions Kill) live In rural areaand part of the text, which coversfour
howl and mixed marn' I. and that there Is a emu or that It speaks only of workers! and the third world chapters was the Maron- National Council nt Catholla Amlemon of the Miami DCCW: Isles

Both of these topics have obedience not only among<< capitalism In dealing with ''IIr newly| developing\ crone He.rite Patriarch of Antim-h Womcn'a province of Atlanta dlrectors James I. lecher, St Augustine;

been assigned to special come the laity but also within the. economic and social life tries i in the Introduction I'aul Cardinal Mrnuchl. lie met ]last week at St. AuRuiiUne'e DCCW president; Father John N*.

miMiofis which still have not ranks of the clergv He d> The ecumenical council was and another Maromle, rile Ponce Je Leon Motor Ixuljje. Among vlna, Wiaml'i DCCW moderator! and
completed their work. dared that without a definite The African Cardinal! IJH
In.
mind the
urged to keep In prt'lal"ra'hbl hup I
&nllll'8Zlad" those from Florida at the meeting; Mra. Joseph Schoebert past Dcewpr..hlf'nt
Recent re|>orti that an announcement hierarchy there cannot be a rein Cardinal liugambwi. trntion of Pope John XXIII t to of Beirut.I Lebanon
from left Father Vincent K. of the St. Worn.
people of GridGiuseppe were Augustine
regarding mixed said that in dl'lhngI Ilh show (lie world a renewedface !both maintained that the: textlacked
marriages may soon be forth. ; Cardinal !Sirl
coming:, according to authoitaUve !- Genoa laid that the aim or should keep in mind not only; attract all men by the splci the significance. of the Hesurrection Mrs Thomas Palmer and Mm. J. \V

sources are prem. the document is excellent but the world of the West but also, dor of Chri t'. teaching The of Christ In (the oak.

I ture. The national .JIIsl'OJ181 objected that it speaks of ttperson the mentality of the newly reminder of the late l'olK| soften lion history of the world

conferences are still being of the population pro! emerging nations He added expressed Intention was Both stressed the Impoit-

consulted about thai matte, tern of economic and intenutwnal that it should stress mon raised by coadiutor lIIhllp; ance the Resurrection! has in Catholic Florida I I

and Pope Paul VI will have problem, but does ncdedicate strongly the brotherhood or Leon Uhlnger: of Strasbourg. Kastern: theology and Cardinal Reports
a word to sin the ill. and
the last wordObviously man that in the interest! France Meouchl called it ''a cosmic
the difference to sin to t indiffei. should also
preparatory of ecumenism it "The men of our times universal fact" lie said

work done In previous se. entism and .relativism give greater attention to (notereligious Bishop t-'lchinger:\ said ".Ult. the 'Insurrection of Christ\ Orlando Tampa nle Is planned on !Sunday, 0tober .

lions and in the commiuioiit FranrKLui Cardinal Koenl group which' beat actions rather than theories'Instead the resurrection of humanity 17, by the M.rll1.lp of
bearing fruit so that tM of Vienna stressing that the the name of Christian he (continued the world KofCl KofC Christians School In Tampa

fast pace now predominant i In text was drawn up without AIM objecting, to the westernized present text save much about and Caul the contemporary Cardinal Kit baud of l 1)r Edward: It Annie, put A Columbus Pay dance Is All Interested patrons may

the council will be upheld past precedents and It a con concept of the docu. what the world must do but Bordeaux. France, laid he preaidrnt of the America! being sponsored, Jointly by the board the tree bus it city "hall

This of course, does not pletelv new project) in the hii ment was coadiutor, ArehbKh- says little about what the found the document admirable Medical Auociatlon, will t. Knights of Columbus Councils at 10 M a m.

mean as Bishop Thomas tory of councils, said It wa op Puraltamjr' l.ourdu..my of Church intends to do to come honored a, "Man of tliYear"
In III balance' and depth VW2: and M7 of Tampa The Father Alvin Mannl, former
Holland of Salford. Englantlaid of greatest importance that Bangalore India, who spoke' Into clover contact with world by Knights of (Colun
director and of
of Hut In awaking be held Cav now principal
teaching dance will in the
the text make it clear who bus Councils 2112, 51V: and
In press conferenci e. II In the name of 62:! Indian Bishop Among< the dav'i more In.
> nun Boaco Technical
of I he HijjH
shovelling the work bugger. speaking to whom! it is ad He laid the vast majority tereilmg Interventions wai of the equality man. :Mid of the greater! Orlando parllla Room of the Curtis t
laid them mud be taken' IIIto School In nOllenIll relic
drewed and bv what right It area at the annual Columbus Illxon Convention Center t ,
multi out of the council for of mankind live In conditions one from Yugonlavla's Tranjo account difference of a phys, brat Mau at 11 a m. In the
pnitconciliar commissions to makes Its affirmation different from those envisioned Cardinal hyper, who called on Day banquet to l>* held\ (Seta Tampa on tvtoher 2 from 9 .
Intellectual and new chapel.Ill
leal mornature
handle It Is evident that the Arrhblnhnpnih' .mv Jordan In the document the council to come to grips bees r m. to 1 a m. Musk will b*

Fathers now feel confident of Edmonton. Alberta Caitada flKhop .\ntunlo de Catlrt with the problem of athHsm. l>r Annie war selected nn furnished by the Versalonei chicken barbecue dinner

that the world synod to be at- praised the document In Maver of ('.mpol. Result Calling< It "one of the great (Cardinal Ttlchautl conduit' the hasps of hit efforts to fui. Ticket may b* purchased at (III M donation) will foUl

pointed by the Pope will be a general He Mid the text doze found fault with the document' eat preMtmi of the Church in ed b>' laying the tent ails( to then the prlnclplei of the the door on the evening of the low, from noon tn 3 p in.

great help In ironing out whaiever t not claim to have all the answer because it failed to deal with the contemporary world." he Include the Church's social American way of life. II* I I1W4 I. dance for fine dollars a couple Children'i( plate, will b* IS

problems will remain and noted that "th.. manmt atheism noted that/ (there are men and teaching as already given by President of the Amerl' cents) M m b'r. of the

once the t'OUftI'Il goes horn (Church ii parkaved rather' In He said. that In latin Amen!. movement to humble J'upco John XXIII In I the enc of the of genera The annual fall until 4 o'clcx
of department family pic perform
So there is no fear about pasture a inquirerstriving ('a there are many who think elder atheism u' an essential
being rushed ..r0 bull. << honeatly not without they can separate mark ism's condition for the construstbn tlk.1< M.I..I Matlitra surgery at Mercy llotpital! In

dozed the help of all men to tap the"" atheism" from IU economics of a rent. humanism and for The final speaker of the Miami and a fellow .If> the

1, Several council Father sources tit divine and! human sod that this leads to the orlamzation the prugreM *f the world and dax IU.rchhl.hp I'rdi international college of sure DELAND AREA I
I (Canter CuadraHa of Sarago II. has keen chairmai
spoke on the general a peti knowledge. m her scorch f.rTUOl of coltativ pro- sanely geons
I t of the document While their ." ducllon I and the abolition, of Tie Cardinal said It li IndiipensaMe sa who said the achemasubMantlally I. of the committee on the aged

objections and c r i 11 i c I II ""i H. sugg*did a number ofKaogea rival. property that the council acceptable but. ol led Dad County Medical

corned a variety of paints, it such ai mac Mew .\rrhblkh.p Maurke Ratio speak t III the world and to all needi Improvement I lie wane4 Association and chairman ur Nordmann Hardware
the of leisure dm and that the trot could ,1\1 the Florida Medical A *KlatMMI FUEL OIL
M use
was noted that several wen *I of Si Boniface MAnitoba .men CM tine problem of aU* Fnhinq Tactlt Rcpairod
It
to clarlcallsm since :
particularly coaoerned with nor attention U in* ink aod declared the teal was ac lam and not only to rathollci rise .
.. with parlcubnr earthly) Jpor m .. _L0climitHMl ,
infirm will. In III" fouls. C Murray of Or. 734-6434
what on* described as a eptable and positive and that tad men of good
.\rthb4 hop Joan .\rambur problems which are not will lamlo will b* the IuI tma.I.r ..H ... tot II 11111nM
"fal. optimism" about UN II I (peaks in and to the world speaking to all menwe
world of Tucuma Arpal..... asked Disagreeing with several of should approath the problemwsitively M the coanMlence of the. and present the "|>c>iiker at tin Page Fuel Oil Co. K It *W>|

They objected that the doru that the text begin by setting<< the pm wu speakers. he said and instead of CMWmnationa Church but which art th* cot banquet to be Mil at the
forth the natural condition of cero<< of the state In th doc Cherry Ha/a JIuUl in Oilan
moot' overlooks the presence the document exhibit a .. or efforts at con
of evil in the world today and nan -. that h* li a created optimism The text, he doe wraiaw, tine council ahnuM net larntton ao reUgloui liberty. do. VOLUSIA MONUMENT INSURANCETHE

that it fails to take sufficiently atxmal and social being-andi uwed .....k. boldly awl con feeds closely" how Christians he ..lei. th tttt Is forbidden COMPANY
to i proceed from this founda U Interfere M rtllgloui. matlets CONRAD COMPANY
into account the weakness rorU nine with their r rtit.rd atheiam GulfportHOLY
of man caused by original sin tins to treating the probtemsf MaikMlity.. and underline The' council should speak of vet In this document I Iit It NAME 1402 North Ioulr4H.oVay 111 I I Want N.. Y.rk. A.."".

Some of the comments follow the world today the duties of Chriittant It he Christian position toward affirmed. that the Church 17-VJ Dclan1 D.Lad Phone. 7)4,227
Vkralakaa rile Art hhl.h. CM and. ihaiM eewwrii Itself A day of r'l'OIIfIc'lkift will \beheld M. J. liloWf Owner
Krnetl: Cardinal llufflal! of ecomuwd the food which ithetam and. of the way faith
wMk mattora MMgtiii to the on Saturday, 0>tot>er K,
Palermo laid the test abode latlm Hermanluk of Winos nits HI the world M well atHe III Oed Emulates and abundant light on the problems peg. Manitoba Canada, said evils which art challenge. sates effectively to the integral stale's. toniple.ojKEuitit at Holy ham Church In Gulf

of the age but fails to h.. liked UM text because it !i 10 lie n.e'ronw. he laid The progress of mankind, said portKegiatratton
will lake
attention' to rimes and niverial... ecumenical and Archbishop. .hawever. com Cardinal Sir It mutt show plane
par He added however at I :TO a m In the social hall, '
fault which affect a great putor.1 lamed that aome af the argu that atheism does not conlrib- ST. MARY OF THE lAKES
Th\ tint conleretu will be at 8'
part of **'ietv and perlally that Hi divtttoM are lllogic menu mind do sit mean muck: ute to progret because II
of the Lake '
St Mary par t Muat 11 30 o'clock
; ;
those nation that boa't of ash III style too ckbtir and to i men and mutt he latelltg lacks a real, ael of values
their relined' humanism aid there are. onbraehsod ble I* modern ...tatat... H* J. eph Cardinal rrlift of tall! recently purrhed vat mnrheon at noon, and thehl'l.1 ill. tcFRIED
.bbl to provide traoaportalioiW conference at I m Th*
Julius Cardinal IWpfaer of IncwMlMeiirleiAi urged tit* council MI to be Cologne. obtM-ted la what lit p OIICLEN
atudenli attending Bishop day will clue wilts' It.ncdlclion -
an eiampt .be cited ace IraM. of using new terms aslong called Ih* document's unclearnreptMMi
yMose, High. SrhMl. tn Or Ian of the Moat Rleiaed Kacrament ATHENS LAUNDRY and
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part that recofnteei the cenrpt as they the coon.sirs U tilt .nd. H*
of rovy do. This year It a.d>a<. from at 2 p.... Father William 101 Wt.. New Vail A..nu* DRY CLEANING
responsible Bcretrt- .. the
ST. AUGUSTINE i I Meat clearlyKrearh sloe laid the purp of
the Kuitis: Tavare. Umalil Meara C S S R. will titk' Up and D.li..ry
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Eight: The Florida Catholic Friday October I, 1J65! (

.- -
Catholics
in U.S.,

Pope Paul discusses

less in world map says

Church and modern world
CINCINNATI (NC) Catholics in the United State.

ere Increasing more rapidly than the total population, but VATICAS CITY (NC) Striking a balance between

the ratio of Catholics to the total world population Is their faith and their involvement in the modern world,

gradually diminishing according to the new World Mission must be the characteristic of "conscious and (1ltl\fullOM

Map. of the Church," Pope Paul VI haa told his weekly general
of An
Independent Republic
audience here.Speaking .
According to the map the dorra In the Pyrenees, all of
to thousands gathered in St. Peter basilica
Catholic population of the whose 10,500 people are Catholic

U.S totals 45640619. or 23 4 (September 22)), the Pope for one who wants to remain

per cent of the total population Among those with more took up the theme then free and ''ogical. and who can

of 194631000. than 90 per cent Catholic a being discussed at the Ecumenical not and does not want to set

When the first map was population are Belgium, 95, Council, the schema himself apart from a world
published' by the Catholic Stu. Italy M4: Irish Republic, which conditions, absorbs
dents Mission Crusade a decide 94 3: Portugal, 915 and ) on the Church in the shapes and overpowers him"

Catholics Spain 99.7Statistics. modern world.Prrs.rving .
ago were only [ !
19.4 per cent of the total U.S. in the map were y and professingthe Pope Paul said he raised

population Since then, according based on private sources of M 1 faith while at the same the question not to provide ,a

to their statistics, the the CSMC: and on the Annu- time taking part in modern solution but to wars those at

Catholic ratio has risen 4 percent arm Pontificio, official directory Installation held by Holy Name men in Daytona BeachNew life is the immediate prob.Lem the audience for the to prepare and themselves to
of the Church publishedat in consciences of the problem

The map also shows that the Vatican: publicationsof officers of the Holy Name now engaged In an active campaignto Alphonse, Peloquin, secretary : the faithful" he said, the more think about It.

Ince 11M, Catholic population the Sacred Congregationfor Society of St. Paul parish in Day increase membership Office pastor. Norman La Motte firstvicepresident so in proportion to their He continued

of the world has grown( bv the Propagation of the tona Beach were installed In mid- spearheading the drive are, from : and Walter Phelan, desire to be good Christians" "The problem is a revivalof
Faith Rome and and sincere Catholics
variousEuropean
]19.94ft.(KM, but the percentageof / : September by the pastor' Monsignor left Sam Cat a lane. treasurer; marshal' This INS will join in the the one which faced the
and US publics.bona
Catholics In the world has including the Official William J. Mullally. The Holy Daniel Kilbride, second vice.president central deanery rally on October "Our times-limes in which first converts to Christianity
everything demanding our
shifted downward from 19.1 to Name of St Paul Church 10 St. Paul who were compelled to live in
Catholic Directory publishedby !' Society uJsC ; Michael Restuccia, president; at Church eeburg. acceptance and conformity .
184 a pagan society In certain aspects
P, J. Kenedy, New York.
raise continuous difficulties secular the Christian
-- -- ------ --- of life
Other highlights of the
must stand apart defending

World edited Mission by Harold Map J.which Spaeth is CCD teachers advised to sixth Finland Catholic to found parish ifs Non-Catholic observers at council himsef immune.and In other making aspects himself

include he shoul search his inner
HrLSINM: I (NC) A new in

tion A of decline Catholics in the in propor Latin value students'opinions parish covering tens of thousands urged by Cardinal Bea to speak out being secular in In attempt life and to redeem penetrate
beset
America In 1954, the CSMC of square miles will It. as it were. with the goodwill
KICHMf! ;11) Minnesota of up in northern inland
reported that South America ( ) Teachers religion
and I-aplanrt It will be the KOMK; (:M'') .-0 AugUHtin Cardinal r>a S.J. urged ob. portant to UIe: shall never with which his faith pro-
had a Catholic population that to youth of nhoi lid the
teenage stop lecturingfrom vides him
Finland of other Christian churches again be Indifferent howeverwe
was 93,6 rent of the total sixth Catholic parish in sener-delcgatcs attendingthe :
Middle per America (including catechism and strive to un erstand: young people, an au- which has fewer than Second Vatican Council not only to follow the workof may disagree, with anything "It Is admittedly a demandIng .

Mexico), 955 per cent, and thor and lecturer has said 3000 Catholics In a total population the council "with calmness and serenity, supernatural In jour theology your / task. but it holds II r atadvantaltl'
is salvation history . They polltv, liturgy. let thisrelationship and merits forthose
of 4,S million The center our
the Vest Indies, 81 8 per rent here charity and trust, but also to sneak out confh'ntlywhl'n ]
must know that Cod loved the
of simple human who apply themselvesto
In 1965 the of of the parish will be Oulu. [
percentages idea of making each one of they disagree.The be carried from it It is task that makes
friendship a
Catholics are: South America, Speaking to some 150 Confraternity a city of 78,000, near the Arctic the rest of us during the ren
them, she said head of the Vatican' the center have created the Christian vigilant and jet
of Christian Doc. Circle tunes in which we have been )ou
91.7; Middle America, 93.2;
!retanate! for Promoting here I. the boundaries of militant, the Pope sanJ
trine teachers high: school! Sisters studying how to keep .
and West Indies, 72 8, separate
and parish Priests at Christian Unity spoke" at a ," Dr lloiton noted in a Christendom and we have at "It gives him a consciousness .
S A rise in the percentage New open a proach urged formal reception for the observers and knowledgeof I
Holy Angels Academy, Mrs. Jocular veine shall have least the beginning of ecu of self a :
ef Catholics in most parts of Mary Reed !Newland of Mon. given by his Afl're.tariale to trust the generations, not menhm"Cardinal the problems of his timesIt .
Africa Central Africa in the !Massachusetts said at Umtas I House Rome makes him capable of livinga
son, to ,
church architecture IIIrl'rturi"l to come to
past 11 years went from 20.3 to art; center for ecumenical contacts Pea in his weloom. of life which we could
"The first thing( that a religion give us the opportunity to resolve way
cent Catholic to 28.4 hot with log the oWrv
per percent Acting as >ts speech urging call new but holy. self assured
teacher should know them
: Fast Africa, from 138 ATI.\MIC (III (CSC) The Catholic church of him at the recent receptionwere ers of the other Christian but austere, op.n but cautious -
about such is that Dr
youths they lloiton went on to
per rpnt to 193; West Africa the future will come in a vsquare ariety of shapes -- circular Archbishop and Iwsh lay'"II churches and associations to .
are hard to understand and evident to all that
from 3.7 per cent 1058: South and and cups who are members of the speak out when they find fault
elliptical hexagonal even irregular -
Africa, from 5,8 per cent to that they are not interested unity rctariate\ thanks to the friendship you with projected council stands, "It Is a* exercise which
To combat this apathy the will contain a minimum of sacred art have shown us. the ground Is
IS must become characteristicof
The formal reply to Cardinal referred to the closing days
teacher should not attempt to This I in the view of arch it tests: and artists who attend- now laid out of which reconciliation of the (hurch If
The Philippine 1 Islands re Beat sxeth| was given of the council session last (all the sent
main the Asian nation with fully understand the student ed a liturgical art and Artist Robert Ramhunch of on !behalf of the other obwrv- can grow' Admitting probable difficulties thev wish t* be conscious and

the highest percentage nfCathollrs but should try to remember architecture conferencehere New fork said there Is a "Reo- ers by the Rev Douglas llort- .4s a theologian you. may and even actual disillusion faithful"

II.I. but In 1954 the what"life was like at that teen sponsored' by the Camden graphical, cultural and cull If on of Randolph New; Hampshire rail friendship a non theological resulting from (last mm Ecumenical
said the
factor Rut He
population was only 81.8 per age diocesan liturgical commission lag In the tolled States as far both former moderator theological or ute, changes In the council
not, have Council will deal fullv with
Mn Newland, mother ot friendship must a
ecumenical decree before It
tent Catholic as the new liturgy Is concerned of the InIt'r llhonalConjfr..ltational
part to play In the future of the enormous problem' of
six sons and one daughter advised
enacted, he Mid
The Near Fast nation of Council and was Many
The traditional
large .
ree
th. ('hur'h The historian the relationship' between the
teachers to make religion can
Lebanon hirh1'88 37,5 percent former dean of the Harvard Important forward step in
church
tangular containing
easily show that Church and the modern world! .
meaningful said Ihaten unhappy
Catholic in 1954, now is ( ornate statues and decora Ramhusch University Divinity School the ecumenical field have beenpossible
only 312 per cent.Substantial !She suggested( using news though the necessary directives Dr. Horton has attended all non theological factors went nonetheless .' 'But meanwhile every believer -
tlons It out of date, they
into (he great divisions of the must train himself to
in existence .
paper atones as pegs( on were four sessions of the ecumenical .
He cited the visits tIP.hi
agreed Art in renovated or many
Church and solve on his. own, following,
gains
were afraid to economic political
which many pastors were
to hang religion "Takeweity
/ council as observer for theConltr..gallOnah
new churches should be en representatives of the
poled In Australia. which rose racial the complementary take the first step," rivalries and the likeand the norms outlined for him by
injustice,
[ t body.
Holy !See of Home and the
to the church
In the past 11 tears from 176per cheating( scandal at the Air "Th new churches mint If that Is I the case, thenthe ecumenical the Church manv everydayproblems

tent to 2Z. per rent Catholic Force academy and find the structure b* planned by brave architects I. He began br thanking ardl- happy non theological factor (be cemmiasHms Ve representing and In which the queslion .
/ or an Increase of 13 per relevant doctrine to be "In the contemporarychurch nil Tea for oprnlng a. many of friendship ran play ill Holy arises hew to be truehrntians
applied under braRuhopl.,
rent and In New Zealand architecture Is Art, doors the World Council of Cmmh and at the lame
up to she Ie( the bervers, not part In the remtegration offhrut.nlom (
them said
from 11 to H.4 per rent. said Armand N'asutl of Had and brave, generous pa.IBu. only the doors of St. Peter's / e, and the Holy See and the time men of our timei," PopePaul

She railed the. Bible) the don Heights !New Jersey, an Of course, It Is Inevitable that" hf said, but the doors of Then he said t to Cardinal Lutheran World Federation concluded
Only one country was reported chief architect who addressed the some mistakes will be made, "I-\.r: difficulties,"
source for getting/ to friendship is well. Rca and the other membersof prPlf'llt
to have 100 per cent know Christ and warned assembly of 100 "The entire. he said the unity secretariateBecause Cardinal, Bea told the obs+rv.

Catholic population- semi teachers to give their students structure with Its finished He. recommended mall "There are a few differences ers "are in fact t the uutru Daytona Beach

time to think out and disowns building lines and contour, churches, which allow a close of theology and polity yom have madeus menu with which God wishes

Daytona Beach a nihle lesson. both Inside and out, should be relationship between celebrant which have developed between tour friends, nothing Important to show that results come

the moat dominating piece of and congregation the Roman Church and I t. you tam b* inint- from Him and not from men Welcome Traveler
1o\I..r'on.; has a different sacred art with minimum accents
so that nobody as St. Paul
.
alarm p r ...., .. Fvrmfur
clock in him she said 1I
for applied sacred art says can boast before Cad/
You Porch and Patio Speciekei;
cannot
feed youngsters( inside or out The difficulties also put to the
12 RaHan Wrought, I Iro
years of catechism and expect the and the
them to be baby theologians He added that the new IllurKlral lest authenticity Akeetnuns;
I solidarity of our trust In God
," / rilrertUes "are arnnno- H;ql".ay I Oftnortd leech
's
and our charity as well
!She said the most minis with contemporary architecture '
Important Roth artists and ; Confronted and. job of the religion feather is wt'I I'' In this spirit, difficult become .
to 10"What must be taught architects of fresh progrei- fl Italia. and Awwican Fwd
"better to bind
site nature, hate someone In a means
their corner the Holy See, I the ts of charity in Christ Open S PM, 'til I II I PMlanquet .

Furniture Books through: 'Us Immediate arm .f In order to increase the lose Facilities:
Greeting Cards the I hnp.II c/f unity among all who belie
\* in Ctiriat" h* said e Cloted Mendip
.....
.
.. LLOYD !
COX Nasuti said art in churches
I SI AMUMO O> \ Office "should be held to a good e SAN REMO
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{ Will.IIIVIO AND >/ 2.J47J liturgical art, not disc 1 Press e.d Of ..* RESTAURANT
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"i art It not hi I VlHtrf Iwo

keeping( with the liturgical CL 24214 1)1 I Magnolia CL 2.1357TOnyandJerrle"

view It is distracting, and
,. roc BEACONAmbulance nothing( in the church should

ro.eIbd take the attention away from
1 v "
Service the altar and the celebrant," r' 4R ,

255.2406 he declared :
Italian. Cuisine
Joseph Costanra, a Cherry
Hill, New; Jersey, architect, M M.M Maws y 1_ M.l...

said that a church style, l to facilitate lent .... sail.< IB

ATTOaUMAIT active liturgical celebration .

hilt N a ...... I,... would allow the congregation .

larl.' tarts.MI'S Mists"" ," to assemble around f! .. "Duds For Dudes"
aId -. .
V ran' "nla three sides of the altar. Basilica of St. Francis J ...
toe sat ti ill
.&. ,. / sat$111ills. r"' inra The original rectangular J \... ,, t.lJ .oe- ;: .

/ M.br church style cam Into being St. Francs *f A.I."Ot.! t III) hoc I...k.., ,. I* e.. his abode by ;it. Th i ltd. b..MIna r .... -t I's Mil

,. nmhnqu.t let because early Christians hada ,I.... day it October 4, it the don, b.iny rich ", wch.n'. .*, to be tic crad'' *4 th. 1If' ... ..yl M Ora e.w- "' '-
1 Karaitan Guliitan
; \{ limited knowledge! of engi .n. taint whom, ill Kit day, alton Hit; m ether was Job.blyFr.nclt Francitcen Order th. !lorgat.rd.r

Winch W... neermg and structural ma ( .Catholict ha.. .9re.d ama and h<' fri.n; ill th. .orld.Francit .

FacilitetAva terlals." said Costanza M fit. Certainly It. ....., ,.;nt him "Ft a IK etc*" td. FroncH. ; di.d m the pretence
l-ble 184 North Beach St. "1 he new concept of sacred 'for a thousand yearn has la ap." "' .". Until hit adulthood Fr.. .I his Franciscan brotkert en

Up t. 400 Pertoni Phon. 2SS-$47* architecture! suggests: t hat pealed U Pr.e.a,,+. and one cia Ud a fnvlow; If. but then, October 4. 1 17:*. The pic"" faAGGETT.

our churches br less opulent non.Chrntiani.; While tf.<. C'II- after. year at a tsar pruoner, iKowt' th. l.ikca. butH abo.

smaller honest in conception ladert w.r* in act on 191 mfHi he decided; t. follow tK. .*y ef th. tants; t "-b. It .*s bequn

"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS-SINCE I88T ," he said adding! : "A MOIl."" St. Francs; "., CHrut. within; No y*." ef h.t dear/ IcI 'TOSH INC.lLnri

long narrow church with r.<* vd ill audience by .K. Francis: left h.m. and, muck and it a venUbl; muteum and .

Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons seating greatly removed from Modern ,,,1., and treated d.. t. hit father' d'"iquit. ,**. up 0alUry el ..| *i a tpnn*, G>otto .

R' tiered Jewelert the altar excessive ornamentation '.,.n..ny; ai a Holy mat all hi. pewee H. beqqed and kit: pupihi parted; 21 : ,t L'U.kS
9 and poor acoustics, hat The founder .f the Franck. .f f the len.dcenom.n.basdoe.; ; fWiout' i fretcoet en The b'e;

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The Florida
Catholic Friday, October
1, 1965
Sum and substanco

New president NEW BRONX
UN JERSEY 630 PM,
YANKEE Pope Paul seen as bridgebuilderTHE 1

welcomes STADIUM
Pope's visit
coming visit of Pop that the papacy stands on the

t' lnD: NATIONS r'I..,, sv, raises the question side v hick destroys How ut
New York (NO The visit frequently\ asked in Catholic terly inapplicable to rope
of Pope Paul VI to the ii
United
Nations will remind tu +r circles since he succeeded John \I b.nI' consider his
members ot their commitment to the ideals embodied to 40 / .+) Pope John: \Vhat kind of Fllthr work building a bridge between

the IN chapter: the newly elected president of the Gen. +i : person Is Pope Paul" Try.Jnh. Catholics and Prolestants' 1
--- R.
eraJ Aiiembly told the ST. PATRICK S We can be sure that the And I think It is equally

opening meeting: of iU 20th will are not enough," he told a, CATHEDRALHighlights daily press, in reporting his SheertaNe inept In regard to Pope Paul
Ic ston the delegates "Only concrete MiA, will not be greatly concerned The present Pope b.alto

Amintore Fanfani facts can demonstrate that about scriptural proofsfor build a bridge of understanding .
Italy said: of we know how to build and to the papal primacy nor between Catholics and Orthodox s..1
build solidly If we do not even about the extent of papal when he went to Jerusalem

"The announcement of this achieve concrete agreements, Jurisdiction Nor will the Journalists portrays him as shy, dls- to meet the Orthodox
visit has been welcomed ai the UN will be Intel-nation- CUEINS ', their
an tx30 li\ primary attention armmgly courteous and Riaclous Ecumenical Patriarch Later
an example of confidence in al 1 forum perhaps, butu to the significance of intellectual but with h.I ent to Ir.dia to build up
the spiritual values common shall have refused to make it P.M, his message: to the United Na the humility that tends to better understanding between
to all mankind which all the the guarantor of I law, the UN. HDOTRS. AM tions. Undoubtedly they will make intellectuals Indecisive Roman Catholics and the NiAGive

states members "are called guardian of our security the t 10:00: focus on his personal People The favorite Journalistic ad, great non,Christian religions
upon to safeguard' soul of peace" IROOKLYN KENNEDY are interested In people jectlvt for Pope raul Is"enigmatic"which of the East lie does not enjoy
Fanfani stressed the obltf > AIRPORT John Cogley attempts to Councilnews
Fanfani usually the same respect and affection
itioni imposed on UN, members July's ftrelga Rive a picture of the Pope as
from Protestants
minister It a former means that he is surrounded as Pope
to ensure peace and of economic professor st the a person in his recent article by an air of mystery that prevents John did and jet he helpedthe
history
emphasized the urgency of in the New York Times magatmt from knowing cause immensely by acts
anyone
of Catholic Diversity of Milan. Staff member of the
the problems disarmamentand .
just exactly where ht standson such as his "act of contrition"at

economic development. He has been associated: with of Pope's visit He pinpoints a number of the great issues facing the the second session of the NCWC News Service aend

He called for courageous the Christian Democratic engaging: facets In the Pope's modern Church Council for Catholic faults In log reports on the fourth

and concrete action In repeponee party served since 1941. when he Legends on this map indicate highlights of the personality but admits that It New It seems le we that his causing John the Reformation, In his Times' session of the Second Vatican !.
Coglev
to the anxious as a member of Its Is
reflected In pub expectations I lie I central committee He twice visit to New York which Pope Paul VI will make sine a personality (hit Is elu. visit to the UN.f Itself gives article, says that Vatican observers Council are, from left

pinion throughout world. served as Italy's! prime min on October 4. us an Insight Into at Ir'llon. and some Bishops are top: James C. O'Neill head
ister <(19S619S9 and 1960-1963)), Cogley entitles his article Important facet .r f his per asking the question: "How far of the Roma Bureau; Fa

"Vague declarations of good and this Is his second time as "The Pope Is Not Pontifical." sonallty, He ls t bridge- Is the Pontiff willing to go toward they John T. Donnelly; low
builder, building< or al least
John's
foreign minister. Implementing tgglornamento er row: Father Placid Jor-
Pop tends gold cross trvlng tt bridge the chaims ?" The
Other Catholics who have bigots
Says Christianity exalts dan OSa and Patrick
that divide the
conflicting
ORLANDOWINTER served as presidents of the to adorn Dante's tomb and cynics point to three pus Riley
General Assembly are the factions ta the International sting papal acts In the last
VATICCITY (NC) scene week of last fall's session of
PARK late Oswald Aranha of Brazil. does not destroy culturesMILAN
Victor Andres Belaunde of Pope Paul M has sent a Recently I read a statement the Council and say that these III'YOILI Dr

Peru Frederick Boland of jeweled cross of gold to adorn made some 50 yeah ago by a acts show that he is aggressively motionalwtllhelpy)
the tomb of the Dante In Italy (NC) A French Priest-writer haa
pott
Catholic scholar P Sa- conservative and determined
Ireland, and Carlos Sosa Rod non dlstr/1t...
Children'sClothes Ague of Venezuela. Ravenna Italy aid that Christianity does( not destroy other cultures" but baker "There art two Catho to frustrate the progressive

The lilt is the latest of the la embodied In them and complements them when it is licisms Ont builds bridges majority True, these 0.

honors the Holy See has bestowed completely realized in the world. and the other destroys them, three developments, especially \ .

Line Gary's Duck Inn on Italy's great mvs- Father Jean Danlelou S.J., spoke at the sixth annual and one might perhaps say his change of the Ecumenism I
tical and political poet on the text altering t the
Finest In children's nice Si'>l (I I lean' fit nil "week of or a loved
f "lit SU'MI tut seventh centenary of his i missionarystudies,1" Chinese way, ont lived the / / statement t that Protestants
at budget prices sun Sill ..r..MIMM birth. Earlier Popeneresfeo "find" God In one In
a special Issueof sponsored by the African way, and so on.Thrlillanltj Scripture to your

Ampl parking In rear nas*. u If, 4 II tin rise the Vatican City dally Catholic University of ),{I. does not destrty in auto "seek" Him In Scripture, did hour 0 need
L'Ossenatore Romano racingATICN to favor the anti reform
seem
was
Mil lit**** M. SI ."" Ian. other cultures, but I.tmhodl.d Is In ttim tyintlou tn4ti
devoted to Dante and the \' rlTSf forces In the Council. .nuary' 11. DYm.hne p01 ar
la them and complement ( ) et( ; IraniiMlor
MM
9im tBlahcCBjLcc Pope Is to issue an encyclical He said that the practical s them," Father Pope Paul M has revealed<< Rut again, we have tt remember MnHU. If snNI.n.t tufUrliif..__
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to commemorate Dante centennial same I to IN wands
and essential problem of the Danlelou nld. another facet of his modern that Pope Paul It abridge God NeelY M .IntarawtoIII
Owned I .
Locally Operated llpphJ presently Church Is to gaina outlook when he told builder attempting ta our bnlt. When yo.. 11I14I
The cross was sent to Archbishop Ills I remarks thermelvea rwe r a "brad" one tr-
If Furniture Office SuppfieiM knowledge of the richeswhich embodied the thoughts of a group of auto manufacturers unify the conflicting forces In 111..1111 o. her,,,IK* will
Salvatore Baldasiarrlof of his interest In auto racIng the Council.In uitiy "hale i you. W you would
,. F. I SUSAN NURSEY U. lisle I.. C ,. Kl I .W Ravenna The Pope entrusted other cultures and religions most of the speakers during 11e Hit'".'b).iM
the task of taking the can offer. "This Is one the weekPaolo. Receiving the chairman and an article In the Protestant youclwd. Dymps.e* kW tn.t wild An tnJfan base_

PHONE GA M6S2 BARNES cross to Ravenna to Bishop of the most Important larks of I Cardinal Mirella, directors of the German Mercedes magazine Christianity bUM."
president of the Vatican Secretariats .--.--- .
Giovanni Fallanl president of the Church of today-a truly Pens corporation lilt and Crisis (December U,
DRAPERY AND for Son Christian a,. Dvonpht11 D.mrleaPanctuew
the 19M!/\ Methodist
Pontifical Commission for week, the Pope said ht had ) a observer at
RlI\.lIRS FLOOR COVERING. !tic. Sacred Art la Italy, Catholic talk ht said Religions, declared that the once attended the Mnnta the Council, Dr. Albert Duller ....... Tn P.mMeso liMawnt All.

FREE ESTIMATES "The Church has always, Church "must accept the Grand Prix while Archbishopof reminded Proteitants Vcrimn, Nw lIt

2001 N. Orange Orlando been catholic In theory, but values which are typical of Milan Th. annual event, that they should not be fie" ranww.

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which wt have In common "
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Tim Florida: Catholic Friday October 1, 1M:')

English participated Mass plannedfor


War atheism urged g

on Holy Father at Yankee Stadium



Council Fathers NKW; 10KK (NC) The Mass which Pope Paul VI the results of armed conflict .

by ':t4_ will celebrate in Yankee Stadium on October 4 will be a "

low Mass with participation in English from the 100,000 "That God may Inspire

(CHit..,. ftm pit ...) )history In the 16th rentuiv II nl'ln class and its pioblrm persona expected. The Mass, which will begin a 8.30; p.m., wise leaders to use the growing

lie cited the and will be nationally televised will be < mastery of nature to pro-
religious liberty based on the the umh ol)i Christendom was < cases of v one familiar to the
dahleo; Darwin Father LA. vast of United States side the necessities of life anda
natural lawCardinal ruptured. In the 17th century majority Catholics, according to a
decent of comfortfor
the supernatural order tame mcnnais Freud and Father spokesman for the New measure
Kocnig!: who I is /d dedication all men."
in fulfilling the
Teilhard de Chardin. responsibilities
under attack In the I'lth!) renturv York archdiocese. ..
of the Church's Sec-
)president men tried to expel dod; Bvzantme nuthenian Rite. A leaflet missal containingprayers of their office M the end of each petition
retariate I for Unbelievers, S
Bishop Nicholas Elko of Pittshurgh That God awakenthe !
fiom the world. may the
said he agreed with criticism and hymns of the congregation: will respond,
The Church's poliche also referred to "signs Mass will be included in a sympathy of every human each person In his awn language
launched against the schemaby
Cardinal of said should not be to hurl of the tunes." commemorative brochure to heart for those whose hunger : : "Grant; this 0 Lord
Franjo Scper
and nakedness and exile
are
Zagreb, Yugoslavia. He called anathemas but to establish For him dialectical materialism he given those holding admission we humbly pray."

communication with all men tickets to the stadium
the schema unsatisfactory because or marxism Is the
Pope Paul will then say In
of !good: wIll. Atheistic governments The congregation Mill be in-
the time and the
it fails to distinguish should be Invited to declare sign: of dragon Latin: "Our God, our refuge:
sharply enough among athe of the' .hpocalypse, endeavoring lied to recite in English the and our strength and source
of he
ism's various forms. freedom religion, to devour the entire Introit, Gradual Offertory, of all goodness, hear the holy

The council's outspoken! OPtogcnarmn said.At. civil level world. Our Father, Sanctus (Holy. prayer of sour Church and
lbs purely
Holy llolvi' Agent Del
:\trlkite.rile Patriarch that obtain
grant we fully
Cardinal hoomg said.I I' It is imxrative| he said, (Lamb of God) and the Communion mar
Maximos IV Saigh of An. what we have asked for
.
.
should try to show that religion that we concentrate our attention chant.
tioch said many sincere men I. in faith through Christ Our
contributes more to the t on this evident I fact. English; hymns will be led "
who call themselves atheists Lord The will
are not really against the public welfare than does atheism Atheism must be branded apl'slill'nce Gypsies greet Holy FatherIn by a choir composed of 200 answer "Am.n"congregation\:

of modern society. men from area seminaries.
Church but are scandalized Twelve children chosen
by a Christianity which often Agnelo Cardinal Tlossl of \\e must condemn it forthrightly a melee! of outstretched hands, Pope Paul The Epistle at the Mast will from among those whose par.
Sao Paulo Brazil I I I. in the lest we be accused by he read by a layman affiliated
bids, farewell at Pomezia
shows itself to be selfish. to gypsies! encamped cots are Involved in the workof
name of The proof of the Christian Italy whrre he spent his 6Sth birthday last week, the United Nations will
said I the text should turn its atheism The ;
the fight: against Gospel will be read by a dea-
pudding! he continued is in only members form the Offertory procession.
collengues
saying: "you are not ,
to those
merely
attention not council I is the voice of all ron selected from New York
the living: people who call The elementary schoolag
nations of Asia and Africa Rishops and this voice will be friends but brothers archdiocesan seminary
themselves atheists are scan. 'oungsters will proceed from
which hasP recently achieved hooded. hv.. the.. uoild.. he said. .
-- -- -- -
dalired by a Christianity --- -- -- After he (;o pt'l. Pope Paul! a reserved place near the al

which shows Itself to be scl political independence '\ill drlher a brief homily In tar in back of the baseball

fish These self.styled atheistsare Also In med of attention TV and radio Fngllsh.: : field second base to the

only seeking: a clearer! he said, are the nations of press coverage Pope and his assistants at tha

idea of God and a better way I latin America, which, after The Prayer of the Faithful Mass

of helping the needy and the a century of political Independence will consist of five petitions Prague Cardinal The first pair will bring water .

poor said Patriarch Max! are Mill In the grip( ) extensive for Pope's UN visit Pope Paul will introduce the and wine. the second

soon. of) uncertainly. prayer in Latin; laymen Mill Joseph Cardinal Beran, ..;ild chalice and paten' with host

Catholics too should be opposed ( NMV; \ 011(1"( C) Complete television coverage hattan and! cameras in mo- deliver the petitions In the officlal Archbuhop ef Prague for the communicants. (Only
to the of Archbishop Eugene: !: D Sou/a languages of the United spoil out in mid. at
exploitation bile "flash" units that will September the children will! rreel1I01!
accompany
of Pope Paul vr visit to New York, October 4, will be'
man by man he said. If we of Bhopal India railed for a the motorcade in Nations\ : Chinete I Spanish t h. Vatican Council urging Communion at the Mass

want an effective dialogue( between recognition: of the "signs of provided by a multi-network television Pool which the Pope will travel Russian, French and English 'freedom of contcianca for all The third pair will carry

the Church and atheists the times" t la concept which Meanwhile,. the nation's newspapers and radio broadcasters through: the city Several At the Prayer of the Faithful paoplat. Lena prevented/ tin.commsnht candles: the fourth toss

lead social valurs played a great role in the ear. have extensive Paul 'In elominlt.d Cncn
we must planned As previously announced handheld cameras also will Pope will laY" loaves of bread and the fifth

back to their authentic Christian her draft of this schema). He special coverageDS .\ u sill. lilshnp John .1.1Dougherty be utilized. this prayer of the people of slovak qoy.nm.nt from ..er- two small casks of wine -.11

source and show that asserted that the Church has (' plans include narration ry of Newark' the Of the total will be God which we are about to citing; hn; dutiei, tna Cardinal s\mbols of gifts from the pen'pie

true socialism is to be found sometimes failed to recognize: I ) Fulton J. Sheen seven offer in common let us not ipole from personal eipenerx*
by Bishop Ifs IHshopi'" representative color located in Yankee .
in Christianity We can defeat them, citing: the sense of liberty of the Popes arrival and the ,for i IN affairs, will appear Stadium cameras for color coverage pray for our own need. but and wet applauded by tn. The sixth pair will carry a
atheism if live our ideals social Justice scientific Itt beseech Christ Council Fathers
we us together dove and olive branch
Yankee Stadium
:Mass at "Ih e" on the program.!: nf an as
the nighttime! Mass to
nf brotherhood he concluded emancipation from the lAIrd for
the
progress (See separate note.) he peace of the 1\ mbola nf .tlt'ace
celebrated
there the -
colonialism and the value of The October 3 broadcast by whole "oriel"Thpn
('ardinal Kocnig said the Plans announced for
: were Pope
sexuality Hanging!: further will be entitled Paul will follow the five
Pope
Church I li faced with the proh- a special! overseas radio network Network members of the Nine presidents of United
Mill, he asserted that the VI New Journey, Ancient petitions, recited as follows '
Inn of reconciling the worldwide covering Latin America television ABC CBS;
Church took more than lOll) .ItApproximalrly pool are S "That God may continueto
spread of atheism with and the Caribbean to carry and NBC' Became of the'!
yearn to recognize!: the rights; M television guide our Church in a States have
.
the traditional notion that two and a half hour coverage amount of equipment and met popes
ol man as declared in the cameras will be used for live ceaseless search for ways to
every soul is naturally ( hrlstlan. of the papal visit! The ret manpower needed the three
riench and American Revolutions coverage They will include a bring the 'pear which th*
Atheism's various disguises wink is being assembled by independent New York television Bv IhoniiiA E;. h.1"lina
camera in a helicopter that world cannot give' I to men'
must be distinguished: Hadio "New York Worldwide will
stations also
participate NCWC News'
ServiceUlysses
lie assrrlrd that the Church will fly over the motorcade who( recognize;: that they are
asp from the other, he stated The bioadiasts Spanish-. They 'aw.T\: : .
wailed decades after Karl front Kennedy Airport to Man- are brothers, S. Irani; in March. 187S. a year after leaving;
speaking countries of latinAmerica \\OIt.T\ and WP1K Karl
,
Thfl roots of atheism said! Marx's appearance In( recognb "Ihat God may grant! this, the United States presidency, and while on a world tour,
include sirunni-
will lloffonberg of NHC\ News \\'111produ'e
the Cardinal reach down into the phenomenon of the taneous translation of the ". .,.,' ._" the pool coverageTo peace to all peoples and Instill was received in audience by Pope Leo XIII He was aerompamcd <
trust in place of fear in the
Pope's remarks An English: Commentatornishop present continuous television by Mrs. Grant
community of nations In 194.V as Archbishop Angela
Support United Nations program: will be transmitted coverage!: of the motorcade S That God may grant to and their arm Jesse Giuseppe; Roncalll Papal I

to the Caribbean islands, anda ) I Fulton J. !Sheen willlerve from the airport cameras the officials of all governments William Howard Taft. before :Nuncio to France In September
I'ortugiieeelanguage;: ]'io- will be placed at 27 locations his election to the .
as special narrator for wisdom In knowing<<, presidency. 1945. General isenhow.:'

Bishop tells Americans gram to Itrazil coverage of the \l itit of Pope along the rotate In courage in accomplishing and was received by Pipe I'r. then I! S Commander l I"<
The will he chvldrd
overage/ buildings and at other vantage IAMI XIII. In June and againin Germanv; and his son Lieutenant -
into two segments( .- one "Paul \ I I In the United !Stairs, points These will he in July 1903 while
serving an
M.IV; MKK (NO: ) Amcikans should urge the fede John Eisenhower were
hour for Pope !'aul'a UN: appeal on (IIS telf vision and radio addition to cameras In the October 4 marks chairman of the Philippines received by Pope Pun XII at
,isl government to continue'! its support of the United Nations -
'am'e and speech and an networks October 4. helicopter and in the mobile, Land (ommission Governor the Vatican
!. the'! United States Bishops' representative'! for UN hour.and a half for the Mass units in the Pontiff's third Taft
traveling motorcade was accompanied by
Fred \\ .'rlrntll)', (US While still Previdcnt he met
affairs declared here m Yankee Stadium, plus! a Mrs Tart their.
Robert
their elected repiesentativestheir News president said Mm the future Pope Paul M (then
Illshop
Auxiliary Jlil>hap John Jrougheity wrapup of the day's activities visit to U.S.NASIIIMJTO.V .daughter\ Helenttofldrow .
of Newark told faith in the United Nation CBS meanwhile hils Shl'l'n.I ho Is national director The second largest concentration Giovanni Cardinal Montii
announced
< and their hope for ton. of the Society I fur the on June S. i0 at Notes
some 300 persons at a special further details of arevinanisiy of cameras, II, will beat ( M) \\ lImo, first Inrumbrnt -
tinned, suppoit In the trying Propagation uf the I'allh and Dame ('nnf'rIindl.n.! .,
h
Mass marking the beginningof !: scheduled October : the United Nations fur The visit of Pope P.ul'I Preslrlfnt ef the

the UN General Assembly's20h times ahead I urge this upon :.1 J special TV program pieviewing auxiliary liiihop of :New York, roverije of the Pope's three to the United Stated, will ailed !Mates U leave the where. both received honorary

session all and especially upon Cath. the visIt. Theprofit 55 ill come here from the fourth', hour afternoon visit there. American continent was received degrees ,iMrs Eisenhower:
: olic citizens since they by papal session of be his third visit to this and her mother Mrs John 5Doud.
the Second "Iirin by Pope BenedictV
'I fervently urged( that the teasel of the theology( and the 'am will lie telecast from Council' for the assignment.Hlshop The pool also will! have access country. He came here first J.nulrtit\ while were received In spe
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citizens! of land to 10 to 11 KDT A ciiroute -
our express social teaching of the Church a m spokesman t to television pictures\ of in 1931 when he wa Mon- nil audience bv Pope Pus,,,
U the I'arls lear (
/Miern will \ onferewf.
) partlcl- -
said the list of personal!
have a strong religious moliYfttion the Pope's departure fromat I Giovanni XII In October, 19511
tlf fUttiataMontlni
luiiinit il iHiiikip. "'...0..1 nlrulllill ties interviewed for the > pate In the d" time coverage nor .
( to support| the international | io- 12 30 a m < FDT: October
grain will include James of Pope l'au1! arrival, his tubsUtute Vatican John F Kennedy' wet (leal'opei.
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I I body. 4. transmitted to this Herbert J ll'tover met three
countryvia
TM Pin H CitMiic Mkif" pmneiliMll Kiuncis (Cardinal Mclnt of reception In New York and secretary of state and .\. President he was
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tH a,..s.. .u It linmlin, Illlrli) > the Farly: Bird satellite. Popes. before and after his
Mil, mlici, .'ll IM Until' Itltll Pittirui The :Mass was ('rlt'hr lrclnt Los Angeles. Archbishop lakovos will Interpret for viewers' the Coverage' of the Pope's visitin spent two-and-a-half weeks term as President while engaged received In audIence fcv P.rPvl .

M. Oiliin Miiiiimiit I. INI nl, il CiitmitiM liiiiMm iiIwnnliii nimrliKi the I'hurt'h of the Holy I l"ii liii. Greek Oithoilnx Primate evening oiilclixir, Mais offered New York will aim be touring the country. In war relief missionsin \ I 'n Jut'* ?. \\1. f leer

mil lit,.( ertilir PI tutu Ml. Iy here by :llon iJnorIhl'rlll of North and South America, by the Pontiff I in banker made. to the Kurovision: television \i GiovannI Cardinal! Sloon Furope: lie was received mnnths before his I death' .

tail Mil ll, until sum' Cm (ilovanncttl, the Holy See's and the Catholic novelist. Stadium. (:'\C'nn""n..n'\\ (') facilit:es In Europe: via (tint. Archbishop of Milan be hv Pope Plu. XII in March Hhea hr was a senator, \Ito
III,,, ll "sh. PIH,II ClIMIrt' It lltllfl1C observer at Ihrl' :Motrin.. hr
permanent West was received Ptpe I'lm
lit III CllM.ll, Drill, Ollmll. I III'II' '."n. Farly: Bird. returned' in l'J>0 for a wtek l t94. and February. W7: by .
M tM Cluitr ll tr '|lPnllilMr :\, visit, during which the Ini Pope Benc irt XIn IMS Ml In I 1SSS. (Mrs. John t

III l..ll If tH tip.. ll tMS Hisluip I>nu 11I'rty.I hit Ispiesidrnt versity (Notre: Dame sward and met the future Pope Plus kenned was received' be.
.Kill II It IHIVIMI' IM., II luo" (utcMiiMp" suit P iiI,. lump of Seton I Hall I'nlvernly .
hilc .hr the rssilr't"hint
I' II OuiiiI|IM|. Tin Ililn,il I Hill, ll h..*. South Orange New' law Ratti. Paiwl! Nuncto to Poland was
it if P..,,..d tilt. .. 0.... r '''', li'i : 1111 11111 HI lie sale, Htober 1 hall St Petersburg' \\' The 19M Lady."P1aisdnn
omen'siuild Mary I Help of Christians trip of Monsignor ) hi 114Franklm
it,". Illiri", Mm, IMI ....i ill Mi "'"' Jeisrv said he is filled with
I *. mu 'ill ilisin.iv"' at the thought of the mid 2, Our laity! of' IxHtrclcs ( sHinsorCard| Sthool Tampa, bus leaves !Mnntini' was described ai va I). Komevflt. following B .1''n'1.' art
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I .. lltl ll lilill, w III IM Pl't mini world without the tIN' but ail Parish' hall, Milhourneoin\ patty and bemfit from Tampa city hall at 10 :III) ration travel lie spent two his rtfflwtiM .. the Pope Paul M I will' "I' )

Mil ..iity" PVIIIII Itrtlllt, .. .II III'ITM milled that the t'N li "not en s Guild tsx| >ntuir. show, October 9, noon ('((1." a m: !Mass at H am. In the first four days of Ms trip-An' I t.\! prMitascy in November New > ort. October 4 ? I '

ri?",ll CltMlil" II I urinlll It IMSimiiii pet'(feet (olumhus Day dame (Mo-- Mall VA Sixth Avenue South school chapel, chicken barbecue gust 20 la It-\I'ltlnlln Can. IK. rorehed M IMS )t,* tht latter pri rr .*> intht

tiimin, Pnii Wilt".A iiKiiii Cut' '.<.i...nl Him tM HII..I siniti.l 'It has been said that so her 2. !9 pm In 1 a m. Gas St Petersburg: Court Sancta d'nner.: noon to 3 p m : da lie stopped in Montreal I'arkt': '.. \ork (MMM. 'the United. Nations "",'''i ,ar

iii'., nl tin,.. pnllilMrl '..'....111", .. many marriages( arc failures panlla Itoom of I'uitu IlixonConvention Maria 952 Catholic Daughters concert until, 4 r.m. Quebec Ste Anne de Beau- future Pt>f* PMa XII ''thm, ties 1t"1Il.be toe in, -t t rr>.
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Iii' is IHIM Hill mil soy I. MM .
it Sriiuli, rin.Ii. m',r tM til II MiiclI because so many failures (Center Tampa of America sponsor Rummage! sale, October II pre Cap d. Madeleine! Ottawa cardinal I I'tyn.* Paertb. a reisua. pontiff has v Mted!

.. Illl marry. The UN Is not a wed Knights of (Columbus (Conn liaiaar \tober! 9, IicMirlettion and 19, 722 First Avenue Kingston and Toronto Papa! Secretary of SIM. who t the w .ten hemxptic-e. art

cling of perfect nations It Is tils 50!)ij and M sH>nsor*. parish, Jjckscimille, North, St Petersburg<<: St He filtered the tilted was tairwi tke tailed I will br Pope Paul s third \ -t

Issicolu' ,noun "'1 PilltAli'" a iniiror of the end It repieunits Parish fr II\lI, Inlun 1'ark from I to 8 p in., to be held on Raphael \\'omen'a Guild I States .. .\ufu t Jl at Maf' Mate i iHarry o. to !hoP I.nilrd, Md1, Mi,

1 :Mission on I E:HS| Highway; Wl, school grounds Justin Roan d.! sponsor_ arm K'alls (ronlinuiiif,. plan. S TrumM. swvom Johnson andi,> J..t\f'J '' i

.. 11- \ Hut hr raiiliniiiil the delegates lit to'hi'r !, J to 10 pm ; ..htch.en Fall rallv central deanrryof Or la rid (rnlral IX OSdeinerv the same day U Uaihinton, posted bv Mrt TnmwM. WM and their rtaucMr,, :!" t ..1'.
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Holy Name fcxictv, (nl In. received. by .Pope PHIS Ml Bird res.o-d',
m were ""
nut In, lose hope, dinnrr lined from 2 tn I meeting. (>rt"her U, IK. where he smiled I four a
her 10. St
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Paul Church Lees- May IftX. ibm. after bv
MKt Pope John N.XIIl
years 1J
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lists.
in. He ( sited
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St. Andrew Orlandt.
... ... l r ".."' :a ) burg beginning, at 10 :30 a parish leaving the VVIule .. ottmher T %
L ALUMINUM. .. 11 C'; 4 Iliithop Dougherty said I m Louis, Voter (tikat I- I : 1\"t' MiJahsuioii
auitlCsr CImy ;> "The vision of your goal must Dame. October :2.! Cape Rally St Augustine dean. Card p,rty October 21. 7 :M 'trait Pittsburgh and :New
,..,..,to ." n in.. tn... i mi... ever goad jou on, and remembrance Colony Inn, :Mcrritt Island, Vp fry of Holy Name Societvs. p m., Sacred Heart School York He left the tailed I daughter Margaret wai rer TtueodoreRsosr.' ta:
"".." S....,. .J'il'i. Odii, & Dii.tISi .m. to I a m, Divine Mercy sumption! (hurch. Jacksonville ed bv Pof Pms XII ,
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lit" 'I'I, ." l ," I,tes.., IiI''. of the fact! that!. if the Pmellas Park, Couit Blessed Main bv plane tn. September wJUM **r followtaf hi< ti>r'it .u .
".h,..., I 0' I I. & S.',. ..,..1eIAI instruments of (x'.ue have parish, xwiitir. (X tuber 10 lixabeth: Ann Stton. Catholic I and smiled! Ireland ,before' I.l i WMt Hour and "holt n a

m.,4t..O. ,. -'ppItP''I&' ""...... failed much mure have InMrunicntt Luau (ktobrr 2, Lagoon Strut Coast \ Daughters: of America, sponsor returning t. Rem. IHiM l> KiMtihuwer "has worW. tout asked 'ut an a

'11..1..01 b. of wm' failed War :Motel Clearwater Heath beginning mrellnit. In'dtllll..ry met three Popes one of them f'tW'e' with I Pope "I' us X s
ptftsi': l"iIIi'Ii CC. "" .. Ktolwr II, brgln.
....... ......., II.... ..... I U' solves nothing .t R pm. : St. Patnck nlng at I a in., |Jplphany: Carnival. (October *. 1 In I On his "'11I) s sit Ordinal, while' hf' wan President tinTVtembrr ..< s< hedulnt ;..

Inrush Mother's Club Largo; Tampa.. for pirlh r lit school ground of .\ssumption Mmrtim armM in New Wkon I IW PrriidrntPnp I isle hut th' rv I I" r |t. .' ,.

'Iwlnoor| ; reirrvitinns, J knnsille June 1 and. :ientu..ec" was reeeni"t h\ With ,.. -
write Mrs. parish l"M I R-A-C L E" Card part, Vtobw II. R toll l.on .\vrnne.Tampi Kenneth' leRoy. : fried thicken diswer, S eighth (*..( M rranos. Tar .l*.>.n X\I 1ft whom. h. 1i"ln.r' "Ipull' '- a fl rr.1'd

p m. parish hall of Kspintu: Mrs :M. M l. Hussfv :3Ki( Ka:: er,| to 8 p m tn school cafeteria dmal *pellmafl The folioing, hd preimitmet| M Par Pt.." ps'aspo'.d '

Lotion Santo parish donation is one Pant, T. .. Card! party and benefit day h* .HIt by plane tn Vtuth

Eip.ci,Hy recommended/ tn .'ii In the fr*.tmnt for dl.); dollar; please bring )our own mpDav show October 27 I pm. Read Indiana, and on June S

comfort due to dry ie.ly sUn, FUNGUS mfoction of th. cards of rnollectiun forwuincn 5 uth Side Woman's Club was awSM-drvl ,... .hoaorari degree SCHOOLS'

h.nd nil. EARS, ATHLETE'S foot PSORIASIS, rvh I'xvf run*!, (k liiJwr- 9, Camp!>> KtulMT lit I My Jj..ksomiHe. niessci Trimly kt the same rerrntonvIn

prickly hut. chafing< and sunburn. CIVM soft ,'hv.t Ui S.HII IVdrn. Maitteml.: I fob Name Church, Gulliwrt i IIt'o (:,,1111. Iop'DIIOI' which I'reudMtt INIhl i II

ititurt. Only $1.25. Mon.y rtfundtd if not SJt'ificd.: Name Society of St. M.r .I'tt: ginning at I 30) a m anIiios. I IMy' .Mm ('00\ rMiGn. Olitber D...*...*., WM honored

Mirv parish \\lnter Park. Mg at 2 p m : for reservations 29. 30. 31. FterMi Motor On Jww <. Canhul Mont ml Academy Of The Holy Names

'I)mnsiircolumnu' conUu Miss (;.ertiude Hotel. Tampa ,.pllt.., a l hay dame. October Romhsedce at 4h17JDance. RcivUettion day for wont. hue he wajs the gutsl i.1 R.t
9 Civic Auditorium, . TAMPA October 16 Holiday en. Nativity pariah L I k. .Albert Cardinal M.>.r (Itt q
Melbourne! .'atlwGamt'l! CNryvb.\ \ St. Petersburg. Mary Non ember 10. JWM T be wont by plant tq CI'YM" wutiet. . N Council KnifhU cf Oium 9pm tolao'nSt Jude: pu- B.uu.Cumtotr U, 13 Boston _totre hi wu the -p.. Horde.

bus spoa or tail Dad and Mom Club and 14. Our Lady of Lourdes guest of Richard CardinalCsshuii

INSURANCE Columbus\ Day daace October sponsor parish, Melbounu. YomensClub H. aA! vtaited Phil

;.. Ao"o VI.; .M... cc .,,:.... 9, Clarendon Fall; Room Baiaar. October U. from 4 sponsor.ISaiwis. adelotoa.. Baltiasor.I and ROSAKIAN ACADEMY

HENJU A. MONTUUMORILAND.OLIYR.MONTEAU of P.IV!IUl\a I'l.i/ji Hotel t l 11.1,.. In I p III ansi (k.t"'t>r 17 from November 20! Cedar Washington before t>unt tot ...;j.... ...W ..., IC'-I' for 9'4L .0 SPomq .4 ......4fJ. tale

(il/iJ'/ INC. i on a l 1.1: h ('mill, II !itrf hose It) ( pm hurch Hills Armorv JkstMiVillr t Ne\ \'..,., uo Ju.. Id IIIf'II Wpt",
I\,IIKIII' ,ii. \.ILiIIiIlIl. 'iii" Ab opuios. ......'.. ..-i. .'_''''. 0.:1 1 .t
n W..ra Unoll; 1..IJi"i. iiMiftor.' rounds of ihnst tin, King p m la 1 a m Holy/ :Name Scfrtv > kit tn plan* t 1..1' a v ,loon t t. : LJ .oty.
219.1911 T.mp., FIorJa (),'t lt.rt i arj [Mit' (Atoln-r: ]'ari',h J'I hOlD II;!I" of Moat Hvlt Itedeennerpariah ll-j/il 1 before trt.irnmg tolouisa. S. v>m."'.''. For, t.t.!.., address Ita.snui.

9. 1 p MI St Jo\\'j'li' hat ii'h >'anul\ jmniv. Ul.! >ber IT, spoiwor! .OSAItJ"'N ACAOfMT WIST PALM IEAC.Hr.q



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