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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 8, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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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CITY (:NO) .- "Our voyage arrow !thr .,' NAB""I I u nnpetfen makeup .

ocean to here where it began, has been very rapid and and mat gradually there

X\\I: No. 49! Orlando Morida Friday, October 1t, 1M." 10e / our stay in that continent very brie But the scope of 0111'r"t'.f'nee ome tn light !the strident and

there was quite worthy of our .ffortthr eauaeof demanding inequalities which
/ till afflict humanity. la not
peace in the world"Thus
perhaps this awareness of the
Pope Paul VI to t the Father assembled
repotted
Imbalances between daises,
Asks UN lift in St. Peter' Basilica at the ecumenical council Immediately twtween nations, the mo t

to up PHistory upon his return to Rome from hill historymakingvoyage grave threat to the construction

t # to the United Nation. of peace'

I "We Rive thank to the Lord venerable brother," he On hit arrival in Rom th.

Mid, "to have had the fortune to announce to men of Pope{ had Issued a messageto

brothers all the amid a message of (peace Thin Gospel mcanage has all\ people, aavmg
drop \t the end of the visit
arms never before had such a large audience or- we can nay -
made to the assembly tlf( th*
an audience more ready and willing hear It. Never before
I'mled Nations, while w*
has such "an announcement given the impression of
Rj June: (*. V.Neill Home. ,\nu know our mission raise In God a fervent hymn
1'MTI.I: : interpreting jointly the merciful voice of heaven and the of gratitude for the gracious
NATIONS, New fork (M') Pope Paul We are the hearer of a message
VI, mtting in a simple armchair before the reprenentativeaof for all m.nkindnd imploring:; voice of faith, thus manifesting itself aa the help with which lie supportedour
mysterious design' of God for humanity and ... desire to
completely foolitep
nation at the 20th aeoskm of the United Nation General thu we are not only in our
Assembly, brought the Church own personal name and in the adequate to the profound aspiration of that same humanity express our deeply felt thank
dramatically into themodern
world. name of the great Catholic And never before!: has the mission, of the Church anmedutor .., all\ who followed our mission
.
family but also in that .f between uoti andman of peace with their pravera -
While the ecumenical council was silting! in Rome de. those Christian brethren who been more evident t than ever, "'It iker< for "peace and their affection: e.-

hating a schema on the Church In the modern world, the share the same sentiments we The Catholic Church h. i l eclallv to our beloved. children -

figure of Pope Paul dominated the hall of the General express here, particularly of justified by the most evident 1. undertaken. a greater oltllga' of the Catholic Church

Assembly, where his message of peace was welcomed witha those who so kindly chargedus providential" and modern lion to serve the cause of for their heartfelt sharing In

standing ovation all to be reason peace from the fact that I our universal solicitude! 'for
by present, many of them nnn.LlIri"Uanl. explicitly! t bel rspokesman
through our voice It has the safeguarding of "peace .In
here. This 'trip to the ('N: and
even wicked being that h* 'vie might call our message I the menage he gate them, solemnly pledged I the cause. the world giving their participation
"Many words are not seeder often Chows himself to be defeaaiv of peace. further value through
a ratification, a memo the !Pope aid, confer on the
to proclaim this loftiest arm will unfortunately moral ratification of this papacy a new burdl'n-- "It la certainly not our of- constant fidelity to grace and

aim of your Institution," the be neceasary. lofty Institution.. .he contin "and with this thought wend free, nor can it be our Inlen to the etljenciei of Christian"
Pope told the assembly of to enter Into and to all
lIOn politki nor living equally men
IIf'd.t."Ai 'an expert in hu- our jmirtuty Thoughthe
the 117-nation orgamiation."It "You however I III jourrairage Into the field of economics ol good wilt for the lopes"
m.nitYo" brmg to this orgamtatkm message lrrla front
suffices to rememberthat and odor, are where temporal| harmony placed in our lowly gesture,
the autfrafe of our truth and Ihercfoi carne
the blood o( millions ofmen stiiiljlng the ways .( guanoteeing which ronalilule civil pear "hnpe to which we Intend tocorrespond
{
the of Inter- recent predec'eases'! *, t h a t of it* own weight, it la only human
that numberless. and security ta ron+1 rut'lC'd In a direct with all our
national life without the entire Catholic episcopal.sod nature that Itt efficacy
unheard of suffering, useless hating way strength
our own convinced awe < ti Increased by live way Inv
recourse la This
slaughter<< and rightful ruin most noble aim.isms" la a are that this MI..tlnnrl'pl''lIf'ntl made huh each |>erson l'rlt'llt'fI ""ul we can and limit help \gain wa Issue a 'fatherly
are the sanction of the pact Invitation to all to posy
the obligatory pathof what he pre-adie. even In thin rnnilrucllon of

which which unlit must change you with the an future oath Karlier in his speech' the modern civilisation and of Pope( r.ul1 made history this week when he "Ihe voice speak. I but the I civil peace bv mean of an (for and"peace dlnturhed at this moment still difficult and! toI'OI'K

Pope "had introduced himself world .peace" example of (the Gospel's her atilduoiiii moral aiippnrt and,
traveled York to | lea
to New make to :
history of the work: : a peace appeal page
to the ('N member and lauded aid Thereto In aunt Intlancn ...lfI.a
la hi* speech the Pope at-\ the United Nation The Holy Father i II shown persuade a
'':.Va more war, war neveragain their organtoation. grave consequence fill t on Ihr wnrli of rharlly, rtea ma- .vwsssvssvswsNwvss.w.NeMission
.* made a direct reference here at the start of the papal motorcade from t theairport
Peace, It U peace "Yaw know who w* are" U the problem .( birth ewn na from the (act that we hove tidal and direct aupport',"
which must guide the to Its. council'sschema
of people" your opinion of the Pontiff; of ASKS t'N, back page -- peaceS must h* now more llefenlng will bobnerved .
on the Church In the Mission Sunday

The Pope appealed (for disarmament mmlrrn world, which wit! under on October 17,

saying A day unprecedented and ,agoned debate Just before he entered report the Chancery of the

"If you wish to be brothers" unpar the basilica, the Holy Diocese\ of St. Augustin,

let the arms tau from your Father aald the ducunkm Before his departurefor
hands, One cannot love while It) Pother, Math) P. Page bas day fit mankind became the Pontiff''' had set tnith' the weltomt wa notable fur Hi had already art the Church Rome, Archbishop Joseph'

holding offensive arms AS Monday, October 4, drew near midnight the wi.rld'a I'> was a <1aor peace and theme! and the. tone of his momentum outpouring of hu in nvtllnn In aiding the causes P. Hurley asked that a .
esp.
Those! armaments, especiallythose moat fabulous! city had experienced<< a day unprecedented tignifkanth' it wa the feast skit He tame he said, ai manity. lit cairn, affe<'I don or .peace made
be to
terrible arms which In the annals I of the rut a day which may remain da> ol SI Krancm head of the alMnln Church ate reverent greeting. Hi "(h.r 1'f\IllrlbutkMI wilt rial appeal rareblhlon..r.
the tpliilual dtv of orderly manner, but atone all hpfome even mot efflcaelnua to ronlribut Ren-
modern science has given unparatjoned in the future. New York had It wa Indeed an awesome peace
you. long before they produce open everything and thrilling moment whenat heaiing' greetings and good for Itt spontan ) he said, and mm eroualy this year tn the all

victims. and rums, nourtah or ao it thought but it had never seen the Pope 117 am. the' Alit lit. OCR wishes to the tested Nation For many it New Ywk'i"" pterloiii Insofar a* all of ui, of the, foreign mlaalona
And now that It has, neither the city nor the Pontiff wilt the ,terrestrial city of convinced that !peace must Pastor will thli
bad feeling, create nigMmares touched down at Kennedy airport peace (anwus public roreplton, announce
ever forgetKot later bay, tonbfMied ,the Holy I I. to (have )ualh at III fmmdaUM. theRnctety
distrust and somber world Koc the United NallontMgaaiubM A few momenta high' !preaaure brought annual collection for

resoUtltoflt. demand e a e r ihietr.puli it was It wa a die of lae. drawaite figure arf a *"nvr .ftUftr.' issues Md rMftt ,bear on the fuMc l. aUtnd. towm advocates ofJurth for the Propagation

moue expenditures they obstruct a date with' history a da "f log happy confident\ Pope hue timed. one another Mar For the IV' \1Mt Ih* oppnsile *. of t the Kaith on October 2 O.
projects| of unto und I timjitiMiiit" welcome on the glory a* well ai an nppor r'lll1 sttiod at the done nod grant thai thia lie 'for was 'Irw, 1'he city po "For. the work! lust" gieatneod

Useful collaboration thefatelfy \ fit. 'Iln\, "f( {'h, In! 'i t 'e nmg tunics' tot am'*: start a Se- wa watmg tn the dUnltarl mankind greater' good lire. (oaring .....fHtralnC'dtraffic erf jiMlire, and Christ NN.NNNNNw1ww.NNNVYArchbishop
,
of end 'I ..,j3d ,h i'\aai' trnviir manner Jams, for day befwehd wllla that w. b* hungry and
the: pay ('mlogs; .pe 1 Il'l' jc"n' i 'oot a 'ue new pdrg a glll1& rj c ; ; 'f.reellMC U as, .\merlea1 \-
y thirty for Juftke"Ws
teal' It", .1 I t."I' t'e s "r rw N, ,..It,. 0 f\nttl tfl M l't: Ve If ft the air' l'. la set (sot begged the |m|+slar. l 141
The tint "p* know, Mrwever 'that
\ nj n na'en- '. i a d.. f 'r't n'rl L 'J. P a'. ,. a p f. iiiuiiir" drive tied hleiie .. May at .knows and watch Ihemotorcade .
spec your ) house ,It a nwgreasive thing
t' % :. _' i !' 'r f' M _'." --:- "' p. a atndial I on their, tekvlaMHI. "
1\ : argc: I -* e :: ? ass a rt with alt hi* heart. We !know (hat anrMv. make dedicate

II rill r. II ilnwly, beomei to
lit aaiajsuqueitt. 14 mile long H hMiM alM I I.. mrfed that

matarrade U let heart" nt the PH*'' recefltem was nol 4 '" .,.............,......,...
"w Yank City saw an nnH two, ticker lap, quality l lit new Mercy

alftM. lumultucu eel steed a casual visitor to NewYmk The press

v came hy Hiallaaiu. ., r.rwM **. the die tiefore the 1111'\\11(1' AnhbuhnpJoseph ,
lt of every erred *4MnMysd sled w wM saver had guess rift hit talk' I I. the I shed I' Hurley will bleu

C'OIw The unmatched. \ IMp |* Inn Nilluni General; \ "fmhl,, the new Mercy hospital Or<

Cope Paul M I spike hrlrllvU landti on Saturday (1Ilotlf't'

viewed anrflriirfa wh* wall'dl\ 21 at 2 p m ceremonies
Quest for p
rhamhrrt they ...,. gathered. many dignitaries' headed hy

President is. T. use pens, Ih* Duly Honda (iovernor; llavdoitHurns /
by Pope an id thee aald : The ArrtvtMshnp will ha

"\h, the 're.i, Ih. pent,, .here from linen for the oria
M.U IflliK ( n I I'''''IIK< Paul \ I sit I'cfHiilrntVmlniile ,! The erh .1 what la gw>4, MM .II,* I II attending the

l.yBMlnn H Johnann held atM ': private mnveraai what II ihoMlil h*," lift. urged! .Kmmenual: fount 1 II 1 In Vatiaa "

here on Mnber tin wh H.h i they had a broad dim'u*. newsmen !I. two ewHffrnfdllh fily,
Ih* moral prchlrmi of will. M admitted .
hint
palwnl
the world and the
a Mi on the trouble' I'(Mil* in !
peace ..., Urn and I. edify and rt!*. In M.ny lloipilal' nest

.he United Nation "Tli rnllff world It ImleMrd sale) III. (people whom the, manlh 1 lior>>, *.... IIeapllal rep.
a' Aa .he ... tttMitg. I 101 pttafrajaaaar I. Hit. II.HI' for the seek U Infirm' "> ... are the rnialive, Moasiinur Trr

r Atc' with (the tress. smllk h* hat made la turning wad," h* bald rnr..l I F'ifrellv', the pastor. r>fM

eK rs y1i tr dual, !*.*>* Paul aawl h* .* this l hog "Iris arrm On* among Ih* rillmalrdIknuiaiid James parish. here, hit

i w...bi .... Mmesh.astat. the wiler I. preside "leader I.I IJIM r.rrfipo" .. .MMMar**! th.* dale of Nov.m-

meal H* said. ) ha had comet skip I U in. vivid quest ,., imfruritt war haste rI her 71 (for tie admission' ofPIMIII

wf .r *) pay his respects to the "pear." I tussle I I' face. *,rtMlh fdll.r .M the new |17 million
k' 1 !..*...'X
.yp tfTOS thaw** Ih *M..Uig M. *aMI The I'reaMhMit. said. that Ih. "'.,.*'a '.1.1.... and. Sister 'tlM. >reta Pesos i H nf |h'

ate. waanXl' to repay the .iilsr*ita with IN.* Preps had evil "Scum the Reese aces .alfrrrlrd dim roan Bitter of N' Joseph

TDM af frt* aV"t .Kemiedv Mfta .Iwo a wry stimulating. and hy wildly" *illm.4**. it in ....*. err hn'i>i'al adminllr -
Ma !XXIII m KM.*. .... .uap1/M1 oe.esMSM' lie appUm. 'InrludMg frlf '. jli' 'i

I* Hunk PrtwdMt JonaiMMitar I believe, said Mr J rim/ .f f "tit a II Papa," ( >t I I/M', a Mi.< ( ., .s, ', of fir

'No more war/ Pope pleads at United Nations hwag. r.aMX.*d. .hi New qt Mf pap *Ira 1.." ......,......,""...,'V \l.nI.0'\ oil h* the >''.pf of staffs ,
Yarn! awtntiM a* err U

No more war war. ivr\r .a"', mtrd Natiooon flrtobrr (. t'N fans '"tnt.ri! and! I' V Naraaun* Mat (huml.. sold he' ..< --

P"l* Paul bened- L/l the weap- rierrrtau-y OnrraJ t' Than lit Ml. han, t I'N I'Mteraevretary, ..*.. lavtejtly. wy hart *ha< Iheir duo n< s

ere fall fmm' voajr .laaMfla." Aa! ....,. ........ t h"tiff' lineal; ".. **M revolved t hwl. a rn.i.ulU

Paul delivered, kaf adircw to tft. ,nobly PreMdent Ammtnrf Yam' slgglge wsra! for pear ,r't r,, IMs

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I Recess at Council underlines hopes for early close


'1'p', a "lop nl the> ran* b > working ... ".... a the lao. r" "'_' .he...*. IMfaatial a ie4 ,la the' dwefk feMly the hpr muigt'l 'r' I

tIIr" seek ttf ttw herrb rotas rWer sail -0INt. I Th. rrealt .< a s,.e ach ma, see on ... '. ..

RT father. I'leelt. JnM.. H.' R. Anssidnueae prsspne. \ .11.... secretariat drabs f thai, the lay, aawrt1'ih .! "' +

\ UK IN ( IT\ (M') pnMperta foe m Mrtjr Iolnehaers .4 lur :toe KIWHWU on IMaiaslaral ............py _.Haj Wy prsdsMs tawavd aMttaas aaa? I l7MMsaa f to -'

of Ur Vatiraa cwttacil feather aasieu.. t.un.1'a third. week" WM M wu aniKHMetnl. that tbreewH on the .lay ....... *. have was rnew.se eddy Jews
ham approved .1..... umrrrasitir avrlaaj ........ai... .
l tr! n rrmm frets Ortoferr 1" t.. 21 TIts aasajaaa it MttM An irnpreMit' *M.>arMv f.> ...
Nmit *MH..rll r lay*. ... alarhi will, rU >
,'" that IntUm the drbaien will .ke. mmpiiiH. tmKJiraaaa MI rmrgaamjIaM aid MM"nahiataa puny I rlenred. M age ',r <
t Srrr Use dun the modem world. tfer avitrtiaen tffr4 war is ol the ....* ( ur a hotel after historic mooting
m- till .hraaaaiiaaj .f tilt heal. llhi...d on Ih.. rwnv Leaving
and the VaUcM i Urn* war
'j U. and the ............. tiM al ulMi7 ........ ,.- CM a4hMfa gnnanair I "
Ate Ortatar !Ift aU ting are 4 L/nei nJ\.
Prsaukr' I./ndon B J lonnr'n gee.twee \ i., > < ..
....... silt of 1a..arM/ DMjfhx the Adds regal
The "** ntm wtII stable nap ke UaaaujtM N te ... ea (kt.bw :-. Antonio
aaal af y.*tarf MC.a Matuaaha amj at to taw- that naaa raw U .he If'NU' l. Pope Paul VIUN hotel at rsgb' tie Ar"hbwh"
dram., ( ... MenmplNe revaaad sIse w .M Alsal .... IM aaaaKil will 'u... Waaakirf AtorH Tower Maaaor and Archbishop A a r' l t"
., senior" a4 r* fatfceri wJ U kf hajaf elA..tie
I IM atuM SI ..sanew. with, rtligKw, orders trmartaKi cfcaiai. a*.. rer1e4Otta h
ry ,, officials of !the \ tfh|
,. regular rktrfy eaamisng venue topic felbtsemg. their taoveriilmei* tow the Dell/ At qua h" h
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fleets :rd aar tt gden.ral! a* Mat hy *a dVem
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-Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, October 8, 19M! Ortf iodox- atho/ic/ relations




FloridaNew Reports F! seen 'better and better'

1 between the Roman Catho-
Relations
PARIS (j o) -
./ > t''r(Vlfri. 4 "+ lie Church and the Orthodox Patriarchate of Constant

Smyrna Beach Safety Harbor nople are on the right path and are "becoming better and I

SACRED HEART ESPIRITU SANTO r v better" according to the head of the patriarchate1 ob.

The Sacred Heart Altar So. Father John M. McCall reports t servers at Vatican CouncilII pact on the masses of Orth .
ciet of New Smyrna Beach the following new Sun
dox and Catholics if the two
held Ita regular monthly meet. day Mass schedule for Safety
of would
Metropolitan Emiliamos churches remove the
ing on September 30. Harbor Oldsmar:
7:30, 9 and 11 a.m. Calabria said that the ecumenical reciprocal excommunications
A very active calendar has patriarchate meant to of 1054, when the great split
been prepared for the benefitof In addition, he announces demonstrate this fact to Catholics between Rome and Constantinople .
that there will be confessions
the parish for the balance
Bishop, began.
of the Everybody is invited heard from 4:30: to 9:30 and by naming him. a
vear to head the delegation to "It is obvious that this ana
to from 7:30: to 8.30 p.m., on
participate. Saturdays. Weekdays Massis Rome He noted that last year thema no longer has any
,
October 31, chicken barbe- offered at 8 a.m. when the patriarchate first meaning in our era," he said
que dinner will be served at L sent observers to the council, "On both sides people are

the social center from noon to Daytona Beach none were Bishops. busy drafting a joint text

6 p.m OUR LADY OF LOURDESThe The metropolitan ho is also which, in an era of forgiveness -

November 20, desert card the patriarchate's permanent and charity, would annul
party will be held on the Women's Club of Our representative to the this anathema."
Lady of Lourdes Catholic Christ! Parish Council in TerraceOfficers
beachslde at Coronado recreation Corpus Temple headquarters of the World I Concerning the current status .
Church
Beach held
Daytona ,
in Gene-
center. Council of Churches
of discussions between
it's first meeting of the season and committee heads of Mrs. Dolores Keller first vice.
December 1 to 4, Christmas Mrs Agnes Dornan, Mrs. Cynthia \'a, spoke of the current coun Catholics and Orthodox Ma.

bazaar will be at 353 Canal 29.on at Wednesday the Riviera, September Motel. Corpus Christ! Parish Council, president; Mrs. Ursula Berioger, Gorskl, Father Lawlor, Mrs. Vir. cil session in an interview tropohtan Emilianos said:

Street. Mrs. William McDowall Temple Terrace, are pictured with president; Mrs. Bette D'Video, sec ginia Malle, Mrs. Pat Flannigan, with Informations Catholiques

president, welcomed guests, Father Brendan Lswlor, pastor; ond vice-president; and Mrs Mary Mrs Joan Madigan and Mrs. Trudy Internationales, fortnightly "On the theological level

St. Petersburg Consignor Irvine Nugent and foreground, from left, Mrs. Marie Davis, treasurer; back row, Mrs. Buzban. published here. things are moving forward

Father Brendan C. Donnelly Fisher, corresponding secretary; Maxine King;, Mrs. Doris Eves, Asked tit pinpoint chat slowly and very prudently,
BISHOP! BARRY Orthodox Christians hope from This Is, moreover, the only

The Bishop Barry Mothers I.C.Activities for the coming Temple Terrace the council's fourth session, way to assure the eventual

Guild held its annual membership year were discussed and a Palatta Orlando DeLand CORPUS CHRISTIThe Metropolitan Emlllanos said: success of reunion, by pen ad.
the great masses of the
tea on September 23 "welcome tea" was plannedfor ST. MONICA ST. JAMES ST. PETER ing
at the school cafeteria. Many Wednesday, October 27, St Monica's annual fall The St. James Catholic St. Peter's fall festival will Corpus Christi Wom.en's "They await some more lib faithful

new mothers were welcomed for all women of the parish. bazaar will be an event of Women's Club will hold its be held In the big circus tent Parish Council had a well eral moves in favor of religious know '
"As a
of working
you
attended clarifications
Into the! Guild at this time. Wednesday, October 13, and first meeting of the season on on the church grounds on November "get acquaintedparty" freedom, the
FATHER LOPEZ for the first and future statusof group representing paterarchate
Father Philip E. Halstead, will be held In the parish hall. October 11 at 1 pm. in the 19 and 20. General meeting the present
The Mother's Club of Fa. of the year. It was held on the Byzantine rite (Catholic of Constantinople and
president of the school, talked Mrs. Charles Ryan Jr., club room on Cathcart Streetat chairman Is Jerry Wosenske
ther Lopez High School met September 23, at 8 p.m. Father ) churches, and a renumlation the (Vatican) Secretariate for
about the school curriculum bazaar and supper chairman, Ridgewood. An organization who is being assisted by Christian
their (Promoting ) l'nity
on Thursday evening, September Brendan Lawlor introduced of proselytism! on
and answered all announces a "bigger and bet.ter" meeting, It will present Joseph Leibold as co-chair.
questions 30. Sister M. Bernadlta the guest speakers: Dr. part. They also want expertsto is in the process of trying t to
bazaar this speakers on Catholic activIties Some of the booths
concerning the school. welcomed the mothers and year. man. and Mrs. llarjit Sandhu of India. prepare, with the help of determine the format and the
All booths will at 4'30 both within and withoutthe
He introduced the members open planned already are pizza, .
explained the purpose of the Dr. Sandhu, a graduateof historical and theological research agenda of this projected dialogue
of the P m. Turkey supper will be club, offering members an plants, baked goods sweets
,
Bishop Barry High
Club. Mrs Lloyd Winfree, Punjab University and a new formulation of But it must be said that
School faculty and the Guild served from S to 8 p.m. and opportunity to sign up for one and candies, records to provide
announced the it Is to work still
president, the defining necessary
presently a professor of sociology the primacy of Pop
take out will be avail or more of the activities that music for to
members suppers teenagers
were given a chanceto
committee chairmen for the at the University of the place of horor of harder in order to create a
able. especially appeal to them. After dance and
talk tt the teachers. an auction. There
coming year. South Florida, gave a talk the Bishop of Rome In regardto favorable psychological climate -
Assisting Mrs. Ryan will be the business meeting, will be
refreshments all
for and
Mrs. John Ross, presidentof The main for games and to ada.
project the on the current Pakistan India the heads of the other autonomous provide an
Mrs. Betty Ryan, Tim Fox; will be served by plenty of food, including a
the guild, talked about the year will be to provide the crisis. Mrs. Sandhu answered churches" quate theological perparatiou
Mrs. Bob Mrs. Dan Mrs. John Rourk vice president
Daley, snack bar, clam chowder anda
projects for the year Mothers needs of the school library. At many questions on the customs The Archbishop said that so that more liberal changes
Martinez, Mrs. Gene Buchan- All women in the parish dinner.
of all Bishop Barry students this time 18 mothers arc help. education and dress of on the psychological level, can take place in the attitudes
Mrs. Thomas Dobbs invited.
nan, are cordially Ladies of the Sacred Heart
are Invited to join the ing to catalogue the books in Mrs. her native land.llbllH. there vould be a major 1m- of our two churches."
Mary Oglesby, Mrs. Ed Circle sponsored a dessert
Guild. Meetings are held in the library. MERCY MEDICAL CENTER

the school cafeteria on the A rummage sale will beheld Clark, Miss Mildred Labruzzo The general meeting of the card party in the parish hall .. .
last Thursday of the monthat on October 27 to 30 Mn. Mrs Vincent Sullivan, Woman's Auxiliary of Mercy on October 6 at 7.30; p.m.A 1ll'
and Mr. and Mrs. Milton
8 pm Robert Kemmer is the chair. Mediral Center, will be heldat rummage sale was" sponsored .,
Byrd. The students of St. by the Rosary-Altar Society -
man. 930; on Friday, October 15. I > I
TRANSFIGURATION + o
Monica School will be In last t week.. A which .
quilt t
Guest speaker for the meet. The meeting will be held at
The Women's Guild of the charge of the Christmas took ,
two years to completewas i{ 1 !
ing was Sister Miriam Catherine Mercy Hospital An orientation ,
Church of the Transfigurationwill who spoke on the needs booth. program, tour of the hospital on display (, aM
hold a rummage sale on and aims of the school library. Mrs. Martin Helly, president and its facilities are The Sacred Heart Circle has I ;
conducted the first fall resumed
October 22 and 23 in the planned. Any member having serving continental
of St. Monica's Altar
meeting breakfast
In the parish' hall .
church social hall, 4000 43rd job or working commitmentsat .
Street North. All donations of Sarasota and Rosary Society. Mrs. that time will be notified at following the 8 and 10 o'clock

usable household articles and ST. MARTHA Icily Introduced to the worn- another meeting at a later Masses on Sunday morningi.
en Father David T. 0 Shea r
clothing will be appreciated. St Martha date.
parish Guild DunedinOUR
and welcomed him to Pal at- ,..
Donations be left in the will hold the 14th
may annual card LADY
OF LOURDES
ka. Father 0 Shea announcedthat
social hall or, for pickup service party on October 20 at the a day of recollection GulfportHOLY Father William W. DuBois, fj\
please phone Mrs. Edward Lido Beach Casino at 8 NAME
p.m. be held sometime in the near pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes 1
Wilson, 527.1542 or Mrs. All members of the Guild and future. A day of recollection will Church, the teaching Sisters t7

Clarence Simpkin, 3454259. friends are invited. be held on October 18 at 8.30am of Our Lady of Lourdes
., with Father William i
TampaST. school and 130 ladies of the ,
PATRICKThe O'Meara CSS.R director. Rosary Society attended the ...1 .
r
Women's Council of St. The rosary will be said by seventh annual Communion

ST. PETERSBURGEdouard Patrick parish held their first the parish on October 20 at breakfast last Sunday which ,?"tf wk.1 :'---. ,:.t to. r
8 in the social hall of
meeting of the fall season p.m. was held at the Pirate's Table i
Name Church. ,. ,
Holy -- t
September 22. A bake sale Restaurant In Clearwater.

was benefit held of September the children'sChristmas 26 for the A on rummage October sale 23, 25 will and beheld 26 Winter Haven West Coa::si's Blessed Trinity club officerson

C. Craig ALPINE at 929 Baum Avenue North, ST. JOSEPHA

Contractor and Dittnbutar The .ll new Nutting Home the school party. At faculty the meeting was- St Petersburg. hat sale! will be held on A Bath Club luncheat on October 12 Mrs. Emily Cox, Mrs George Plain,

for 'for the finest in Nursing Introduced and MonsignorJohn On Saturday, November 6 October IS from J a m. to 9 12:30: o'clock U bell ng held for memML Robert Carter and Mrs. Donaldby

Yiton; Metal, Ctnmls Horn Care. Scully, pastor, addressed at 1 p.m a card party will beheld p m. and October 16 from 9 bershlp promotion 1 the Blessed McVey, president, with Father James

end Mottle Tiltt917.49th I67-6S71 members. In the social hall. Mrs a m. to 6 p.m. at Father Anderson Trinity Women's Clu b In St Peters- F. Herhhy, who presides over the par

St S,, 147-4101 3456 21st Are South St. r.trlck's1'111 hold their W. Fschenback Is chairman. Hall, sponsored by St.Joseph's burg. These officers will welcome you, Ish. Telephone reservations, they say

first annual parish dance on The Holy Name School bus Guild of Winter from the left, Mrs. George Ebbert, to S67-W35 or 867-2S64.
Haven.
will take members of the
November 13 at the Curtis
Holy Name Church ROOF lilxon convention hall, the Women's Club to the Uest + Y St. PetersburgBLESSED
Coast DCCW Deanery meet.
Gaiparllla Room. Music will
JACKSON'SSHOES be by the Versatonei. Dona Ing In Tampa on October 14. s; 4 le TRINITY CLEARWATER

tion will be five dollars a Mrs Emit Mansmann, club Blessed Trinity Holy Name

couple president, plans for a large se r Society will observe annual

group to attend. 1 Communion Sunday, October TM" J. OrUndo! C., lo..
DON BARDELLA
Lake
344-W1 Mary ClermontBLESSED 1K 10. with breakfast at the Sand ROSARIES-
Manager NATIVITY
., Dollar restaurant The donatM RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
J HOU A lAf SACRAMENTAt -
641 Central! Ave 142.1)55 ? Programs are planned, as
.OrMM State Re n>| Ce. follows for Nativity parish a recent meeting of the n will be |1 1.50. For tickets MM tie I* I..c.'Itwv'sw

Women's Guild A pediatrician parish Women's Guild, plans call 867J413 Spt.kPr111 be x.1.1 is la

ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCY "'llIlppak) to the membership were made for the rummagesale George S.eers, news arts director
to be held on October 7,
in October
JOHN H. RAFFTERY mark a workshop November In Christmas will. 8 and 9. The sale will be held ,M rV of the St Petersburg ENGELBERT'SDRESS
]iJ in the Maynard Building, Times, who has recently returned -
1111 Central' Ave. Ttlf phone girt creation; December
Clermont The halloween car from Viet Nam. Hewill
Is the traditional Christmas
HAT d
St PtUnburg 162-2148 rij DRAPERY
rival to be held the
party. In January, a representative by parishon show slides of his travels.
October 30 was also die TRIMMINGS FABRICS
from the Home Demonstration There will be a card party,
Unit will speak on cussed Winter Haven PFAFF SEWING
J, Lee Ballard season opens Friday October 23 at I pm.
t PresidaetMr culinary: art. 444.41.054..4C..44444.Nc.. in the church social hall, sponsored MACHINES
There are two big ways and Activity for the pariah of St Joseph In \\lnter by the Blessed TruutySwnea

means projects ahead, as Subscribe nowNs44'44.44NC44Nc Haven has begun for another season New members \ 's Club 1140 N E, Cleveland Shed

well. Vf met with former members at Villa Felix Ole

home of Mrs. Robert Allen, to open the St THE ORLANDO MARBLE CORP.

/ 1. II en.NaL !. xii, LIVE I SAFELY Joseph's Guild )'tar. Pictured from left are Mrs. Abc s Rat| Fount S*.tiont Floors
William Hartman, a past president ; Father Mat MvWe and weed
Finely H.-d<.rr.d St.*,..
.- 15th.,A.f.Tt IINIOIIUI, Oar 1'111 1110'. Tit""1f ...A DRIVE SAFELY thew Connolly, pastor: Mrs. Byron: Quinn president Ri.cooele

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ThrH' flip Florida Catholic] Friday, October 8. 1965


At national conference Florida ReportsBartow




Catholic Charities'role in n. r'1t ST. PATRICKThe

new schedule of Sun-

11.las".. as !St Thomas

solving U.S. problems told < 'I a 11'h is II and 10 a ir Con-

Ir'H sins are heard 30 minutes

Pllll.\l.rilNO:: | ,: "Charity is what Omg.w I flied Slates" before each Mail

tiaGity sU about" the .National! Confeieme of Catholic t
Charities was told here Hugh O'Brlfn. head of the Jo clisonvilleASSUMPTION

"We bearing the banner of Catholic Charities department of sociology at
are in
ditty bound >oie Dame Imversitv'. cited .
to make Chneta presence visible in the the Important of obtain A welcoming coffee for new

world .We are in duty bound to be other Chnsta to tag federal funds which ha members was held October .4hi

uw wine and the ignorant, said are. available' for private Assumption Parish Guild
14 at 9 am in M John The adult choir of Assumption
to the agencies which work to im-
accepted and the outcast church: Parish entertained with

to lie saints and the "Ho.I, could enrich the/ of prose the the hardcore housing conditions medley of songs from musW a
poor.
Sinners poverty program," he said cats
and !.
yen
evwi to
In
a resolution Issued at the
"by Injecting
into it the
spirit
the rich and the 'undewninjf '- 01( St Vincent de Paul, the end of the meeting, the NCCC ST. PAUL

puny' Mid Monsignor ..pir,1I bleh prompted such pledged itself to seek lull Due to the Pope's vi'lt on

William R. JohnsonCCC words as .\\. mutt learnto p rtnip *tion in the planning. Vtoher 4. the regular monthIv -

apologue to the pour for implementation and critical meeting of St. Paul's Guild

president the/ bread we put into their evaluation of the programs U postponed to October 5,

Monaigiior .Mutton delivered mouths' funded under the Fl'onOm: ; .,. in that members could take

the sermon at the Mass, m Father MilXmough added Opportunity Act the Federal advantage: ol the television

September :X! opening the 5 bt Education: ol
annual" meeting About IWO) "" bc'n we have accepted Manpower Lies elopnient and hifehmesent Mrs C DsuRh-:

repre entatives of Catholic cunipklcK' the challenge Tr Iintnact.." v 4N Il'rTOl frl. chairman of the

agencies throughout the/ roun which ( hristiamlv pnsrnls Ie It also commended Con- women division of the St.

try attended the Member na Individual. (tit Is Ihral press for Us enlightened so- In Sacred Heart Jacksonville time for carnival Augustine Historical Restoration
26-30! sessions that we shall with romp cal legislation. and Preservation Com

tenor' and through appropriate authorized Catholic Chart notice. told members of their!
"Me have a common hond Involvement execute ties participation In the loud This in the time of the year pare, for the October! P gala csrnixsl Tillis and Edward Lane: and in Justifiable pride In their Catholic

of rrsponsibilih In Christ 1 to elfeclivelv the social miminn International Conference of whsn many a |>arish oignni:atinnis on the church grounds Picturrxl the booth, members of the parish heritage lait Angus

the poor the silk, the Itnor of rharltv and kchlrve our Social' Work to be held in making plan for fall tr
ant, the confuted In shout, goal and rrali/e our vision Washington next September all are smiles in Sao red Neat left Father T Lea Danaher. Stanley \\''. Parker and Mra Alton done (there

to the 'lost: In our tiHirly of prate, happiness social 4 to 10."later. pariah JaiksonMlle, as they pie- Stephanie. Marx Kay and_ RoeerJacktonvill R:, 'flits.Regulations_ __ ._ Miss Irena Scanlon, ,...\.
.uonugnnr Johnson ssidHe jubilee and the rrklnraliun of dent conducted the business

all hints( !II hritC" -- - ---- meeting, and Mrs. C M.
added that comfietrme, Sharing our treasure
Ponohoe and Mrs M C.
and vision are necessary fort Other eakers| at the Ns SACRED HEART published for Miasr. chairmen of Circles 4

fulfillment of this goal faunal) Conference' of Catholic Members of hatred Heart and 3, served' the luncheon

.At a Maas the same open- Chanties meeting here lookup Bible study alone found "perish. Jatkminville, will hold
lag day for the St \iment rill some of the most pressing )(heir annual fall armval' on new educational aid bill SAN JOSE

Paul Society, whow annual problems in the nited Mates (holier, 9 front 10 am. to t Dr Thomas C Dula. assl< .

Mrs ft 'hi rd 1, .Ian ant director of schools for the
meeting was !held In conJunction today insufficient by convert "pro it is tt.tNlltilYlTC( :' ) -The United! States Offi.eofMutation Dsw'esev
carnival chairman Mrs 1.A L of M Augustine
with that of the Joseph A. Bierne ptesioentf (: has .
: Nowotny .is dinner chairman published regulation for admlnmtrstion Ml speak to members of the
\ccc. Father James T MeDoiMiufh the Communications \Vork .
Cf need no Piiest Bith of the, two !l'rind.1| l programs under the new law to benefit !Sin Jose Parish Guild on (let.
declared that! 'the ers of .\mericaMX IO. 1
highly individualistic charac urged the NCCC "at the or Po|>e to tell me The carnival will feature. twondnrv and elementary eilumtiim, tuber It at I p m In the parisharc

teriatw of Chnstiamtv is the chief coordinating agency of what Bible. to to believe tell I turn that to The the ?? toncessions rides and a In regard to participation by eligible pupils| attending 'lal hall Before assuming

\fit')' reason' of its great social all the Catholic agencies and Bible is God's me w'ord, and .1fA. Fattier oinorganNird dinner of ham imioclual and other private schools. the guxielinea! printed his new duties Dr Dull was

\ institutions in the lmed !that good enough fur or i turkey plus all of the trim. (Seitember| 151) in the reiral) Register ati-eaa that registrar and director of Institutional
aluWe me Jokes ..1.ll .
tend to forget," said States." to counteract the 1 I'rn a Hible Christian )Have tiling Dmnrr will be served while I! public agencies must control the pmgiima. nnn- research as well It
director
fium 4 to 7 of the Mauler of Arts
p m. : the cod( for
the asaiatasit tractor ofrhdnslphta'a radicals who the Crira
opfwi e poverty ou ever heard that" Its punnc schmil pupils must
Catholic < and the ) .tuIlA. t2S! and children" aScents dMilhuled, the. regulnllnnicontain In Teaching program at Jacksonville
program other what most Protestants be counted In
del 1 Services, that the social excellent welfare sacRut will he for. tit lets" ,pur. a niniibrr nf raullunsdetlgned Inlversity
programs when put to the test t it In genital I. despite rrstrlc.
chased at (he door, but Ihevaie Ie11ld church sidleproblems
justice of which 5t'I" lIt in country CHRIST
our fails badly lions Sieved on ihurihstate THE KING
only tl. 1) and Ml cent, if when dealing with
> Paul sfwde and .to which (. ... Shiner atsistunt rmurderctionn The annual hstaar of Christthe
to ( the
This is illunt/atrd In the ed in Peter the Mcar of pun based More t'a nrsal "legula! prlvule school| Irarhers and
I-rederick Otanam ass so entirelv the pretMtent of fotre theme lions reinforce the Intent nf King parish will be. held
conversion of thmtupherLstimer Christ t on earth to whom was day Ranger t Hal of TV' will pupils
committed Is not an niversity. told delegates the ,law (that t nonpuhlic! school, on (U loner Id and 17 nn the
." now the twos Ilk ..1 g'ven the power of the .kevs be on the church grounds and !
attribute of an economic ar thai the poor of t.\! big cities of the Uafthiagton pmvims. This si (hunt, i Is exercised bv deorge Msiih disc )Jtll key 1'1.1)11.| benefit as 'fur si possible Hut they du not siMHietplain .. cuhrrh grounds A pork and

rsngemeot but a quality of are infinitely worse off than of O'.kt'd l'armehtes"I all of Peters aus ceanari. the from ttl'lX, Mill enteilam In from the programsconcerning how Die |HMS will get beef barbecue dinner will hanerved

the Individual poverU-stricken peaasats of I was reared at a Meth. Po)>es. who govern sod teach the evening with the latest, ( I Ihe l 1.1 pr. from the ixiblic agency which from 4 to II p m nnOvlolier

"Me lend I. f.irfel that South America."The drt" related father' Utimer in the name of Christ alher re
riirUllanilv Is a rhsllritfe I. poor of latinm" rica OOP and attended pointed out that the thurrk, ages and library malerlili will be. leachers in (',Ih lk' schools. m on (toher" 11
.
the individual, because it Is have a common "heritage church and Sunday JtchonlVitf 1 IMt individual is the divinely Signed into law by Presl Featured will be a ferrlwheel .
\background Witch: makes authorized dent Johnson on April t II I th.nlJr train rides, game
only from Ihs indit Musi thai regularlv' later I wan .Interpreterof .
u
S.
Bishops'sponsor under the law and IHHW rides 'for the chll-
program
a mnrsl response rsa be oh- their squalor bearable Mugher attracted bv the beauty of this Si riplureM
tamed" Esther Mrl nnauk said Hut the !foot m Rptsropal: I liturgy and attended "' Petor toll us thai in will give money to publics dies M. 3 p m on Orbiter!

said. this country become saunv' that chunh (tie Kpstlea: af St Paul theta" html dalrk'b to benefit pupils IA. a ihlldrMi )Halloween(

mans ate certain things hard tounderstand Thanksgiving clothing from Unullai with sn income costume parade will t a k a

"Hence" he said "by fwe- ".\lid wisJi everv day the "Itul I. arlther did I find _hKh .... ua of less than |2.mm a place Mrs Daniel, Jsp'"air IS

snip{ IN Sfpesl on the \tovMwat. **- .tod fOf ....)lII'h tm-omes a a rlrir. "iilemenl .( slid l learned sad. unstable. wrest year general chairmen, and ',*.

ChrMiaMty .takes the heavier tall People end up ... u he helleved h, all a i (hey oa also the other campaign helps needy I'aimhlal I and oilier piival the" assistance of mans other

only path which can lead to a* woMar lomatoni! with. members K was Inrfellnil Vnpturei to .their ewe doss. sihiinl (iwpil in the sam income partahlonari
I re .seIatMet of bidet) and ad ague with each membrr Peter bras bt will benefit
ant _ala ar mores trurlion <2 1. MIMssnquently t U NIIIIilO(1C' '
their" youagslen have a lik. filling I. large gap I* (' ... wants : ) The Ulh annual Ihinknglv- through nhaied. "" vl(',. and Siesta KeyST
suit. hlmtelf This retulled hug.. Clothing (.ml'llrn| "|H>nM>ie Inc far maniuana and f o r that no prophet > of Script MICHAEL
Catholic Daughters little else m the wnrld Miusl Ins the b.."tr prlnrlple I laMk ure u made hv prl\. Inter Catholic Jii."hoNi| will be conduct! In the nine' I than control
17MM( ) Catholic. Members. of St Ml.' ',set
faiths private InlrrprelatHia jaiuhra' throughout the ,
conventionThe l C.r deplored the wide gap"that ss/eo TV Calbalee t I nation dining I'srllrlpullnn nf nnnpuhllei
plan May af the Archangel" Guild will I) re-
Srrlplnre 'uvrmbfer.
tads i .between. the iml Church wa teaching (Tinsl <"hiwl rhllilren' mini he "ixhilinllnlly -
list 'biennial. state iontentkw 11I teller btshup "Pstriik A (J"Mt\ I. ofW'a.hington reive Holy Communion at t'utI
in the
versifies condmling ieiearh The founder of I'rntednirt truths sd administering. I MISsacraawsila Hishops of rsnipsrshle" In hut
of Florida ( alholicpaugMers for pnvrrtt plan. and< MK lal lam Martin Luther had for ail vests tiea the. (nun!.,.. lormally launch- chairman of 'h..Ii"tlhlr.hu of puMI sihiMil ihllilren, In* mlorfc Mats on Sunday
et'lahlislwd Mnher 10 Thv ,i'I I .
will he a toad. National w meetat
of America '
workers who are on the firing fare single word ot the Gas tag U. clothing apprsl ."rrb.Vomcn's regulsloii ifierlfy
,
his church!
heM Mat U to May U. tt!** on this sthnlic Vvelfaie. Confer the home o( MM, I).,5 A.
Pita was written sad far
line nearly
at tie TisVs Motel and Hath pfincipto H. dsklared .that I tour ('. ur... before sb* erne ianl thai Id million\ The. regulations al,.o stale I A'' I.n BIO Sn, .c'l Dr '*,
tub> at M p.burllW.dl Mr called ." hlh"'ltr (Oarttlrt the Bible. rauld be Interpreted farmed. the. New Testament \ deanery pound nf (amis were dnnsle thai piiblii nhool hew hers H"v 1.1.,,,. on O., i ihrr' II at

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Trams pastor has arranged- In foil cement with all other humble miller.ma d. say .bya stmrtaana I realuad. how mcongruous sets/ loll rally offer IMN.ail' tervkes awl (hat "" 'ii bog rear

for the C'eft\NIIOft Mau Mav r".rt. ltel'( m.d. la the child af aia .1 t sal in slam 10 Th. rlalhlng fraught help moMI nr pnrtaM e<|iiiHneol

on wnea. te Aaa- be a hnitian without, being in Englcwood and hone. llhnul/ regard (. ran Iw pined on private" A HOMEOWNERS
.
INpbela ZwnugHaM sad otn- J
school (
I fall fledged" Catholic (see. rrllglna er reInr,1 l (poor premises emta'iausthe EAVES $ S $
Pen cantradsrtad his lna.rpee' M.ltUIMIII Oft (hissher paving of salaries' of a" =,

JACKSONVILLE (atKM. the Bibt became abet "'I I wee surrenrfered the liberty 21 women of the South In tins' 14 a, countries Isis and" I slliirnrr.f( I scope, pelvsl school priwifmel inn I... WI. J.ck Wk.a AqontI'l

ess hook moat M. wit to Interpret the Ruble' "I..ctsrdaase la weal (oatt [>raoery of the Ira he said Mructmg of f.< ililiei, or the ;',:T"art 12111'

la understand. Thus m ISIS with one's shims inotetan\ ('null<<',1 of' ( atholM plating of la hag e<|,a i,i>menlpermsnefttlr Use I n A.* I t......CM*.*

lather. said TKw* aie .. and' lasrles" sod received I U Women will niert si M The rlnlhing, ihxei. and Within (pr kit,.

iii'- THE mart sin fa and Mi4s at Cetera Ib' l 1.1.l .rfihle. gsldasre H"pnl ('hurih here for the b*
SAY IT WITH there ar* beaus TfcH fallow If (h. ,....11,.' authority ft- fall de. ...ery meetingPirtklpinll w (the annual Thanksgivinglolhiag r

Hartley Press WIll have nolhiag to dn will IsMliked ay I heat llim elf ( ampalgn." An h Son offer Man after
bapi m aaatlN denies the will rrgM
tIll Key: s.... Flowers if intent a third kli.v** "I I was baptized| at M I hat i spas arrival' and M.is will' buhop OHoyle dec l Is reel mother tales, VOW

Jechsonv.t.\ FI,. )5'.0 AI..4 F 101 d Of N I FI,. that User .is aaollwr world rick. : s thumb.ta rnrmingtinMUMttKtif ,. be Ifrrra' al I a mTH helping play a our significant Catholic part Relief 1 in MUHIIIl" Spats CS 0 Strrln ptleihttjf
( clan
r..(we.... this sad the Ul "
tostda *) Jesuit l'i ii' U d.I
.44. aad ,....".. ear Kmharlatar buiHttM iMMon\ will Servkes to supply the .basic
> Hefare .his dens k. Lid Than JattM ntouedn .hgm at. M 3fI a m lAiarheanwill Mcealttw111 III. la huadradsat bided. MaM in vise ( fJr' 'e STEAKS
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The week In liturgy The Life of Our Lord



Catholic CommentPaul Seek God's forgiveness; Lamb of God heralded by JohnTHE


Next day, at we bale not

a pilgrim for peace He will grant petitionsBy Temptations were ed, Jesus came to Jordan
Satan had left Our y Seeing Him The Baptist

Paul in his recent tradition- the kind of peace<< he was appealing for lather Panchal Roland 0,8,8. Lord angels had ministered" said: Behold the Lamb of
to Him "Alter this, St. Mat.
POPE \iit to the United Na- was not the mere absence of war but a i1 God, behold Him who lakes
thew says (412)( ), "hearing 01John'
of fear Sunday October 10 away the sin of the world"
brought ,
positive conquest
lie J, ,
in New York has epitomized mankind Imprisonment, Frank
I alma about in an atmosphere of international I OllI Sunday after Pentecost (Mass of Sunday, withdrew into Galilee Catholics know
and compelling con- All t h t
paramount
rrn for peace' In hia blessed role of good will by means of mutual appreciation O Gloria, Creed, Preface of Trinity) "After this': it is a tantalizing Sheed> phrase. The Agnus Del is a

of the inherent rights and phrase How l long of the Mass it
Urcper of peace and seeker of justice\ Christ did not always effect a physical cure at once with point which
dignity of nations and of individuals after And what happened In the most distracted begin to
Pontiff is following, with the sick infirm who to Him At times
the present or came or were brought
That Pope Paul chose the United between The first three GOJ concentrate their attention

unique distinction, the tear strewn Nations headquarters as his rostrum lie healed their souls first, "Courage, child, your sins are forgiven pels give no hint of an answer But If'e are listening to

path of his predecessors It is not too from which to make BO dramatic an Get up, Pick up your couch and go home" (Gospel)\), which meant 10 much to the what is actually said, thereis

much to MY that nobody in our generation appeal is sufficient indication of his Before baptism we are like the paralytic spiritual cripples It is St. John ( (1293161: ho Jews, was not to be dec M\e one difference between

has done more for world peace tells us lie has not mentioned On the very day before Oui what the Priest saji at the
however weak
this For and for
belief that body by baptism original sin Is forgiven ( converts the
than Popes Pius XII, John XXIII and either Our Lord baptismor Lord returned to Jordan. altar and what John said bv
and imperfect it may be, is still mankind past the age of reason all other sins are forgiven). After hen Satan had The Priest
Paul VI.. the temptations After all, day perhaps the Jordan, speaksof
ominous clouds of World War s best and most effective peacekeeping baptism we can walk spiritually, for grace has restored these had been described by offered Him the kingdoms of the Lamb of God( who
As the
the l institution. Such also was the strength to our spiritual potential. Later, if paralyzed by the other three Evangelists this world, the priests and takes away the tins o' nine
;
JI were descending:: over Europe thinking of his two predecessors.When mortal sm, the sacrament of penance can cure this paralysis and their Gospels had been Invites had come on that official )r. world: John said sin

newly elected Pope Pius XII made a good Pope John, a few monthllafl'r of soul current in the Christian world deputation to the Baptist There Is a difference of emphasis ,

last minute radio appeal for peace on elevation to the first for Rood before which was discussed in
his papacy Just as Christ forgave the paralytics sins before grantinghis a thirty years here, no more than
August 2i, 1939: "Nothing is lost with John wrote his. As su an earlier column, "
announced his intention of calling an petition to be cured so ought we prepare ourselves by that The ,ins of the world

peace, all may be lost with war He ecumenical council many, even among seeking forgiveness before asking any favors from God. often, he assumes that his He told the deputation are a reminder that Christ

then went on to urge world leaders to the experts, asked what possible good readers will know what they plainly that he u. not the Our Lord will offer His redeeming

Reek\ mutual understanding: "Let them can a council achieve* In a similar Monday, October 11 contain, He \is more concerned Mcsslas. and spoke of One sacrifice for all the

begin negotations anew, conferring vein, some journalists and news com Motherhood of the II'II'6pd1rKln Mary. (Mann of to tell us what they do who had stood In their midst sins that men have committed .

with good will and with respect for mentators regard Pope Paul's New feast Gloria, Creed, Preface of Blessed Virgin,) not. and whom they had not recognized in this world

reciprocal rights" Indeed so frequentand From him we learn (hat In But what John actually laid
York peace pilgrimage as a mere triumph Christians in the East have celebrated this feast since the
reminds that there is
solicitous became the pleat of the twt months between Sttan's us a
of hope over the experiences of fifth century One of the purposes of Pope Pius XI in establishing Of this One. he had already of the world, a sin "hlChohf'l
will remember departure for hit own sm
Pope Pius XII that history the past. this feast in the West was to aid in bringing the Christians said mysteriously that lie the whole human
place and the Kaolin departure l \
him as the "Pope of peace This negative!: and pessimistic attitude of the West closer to those of the East. The Mother of the Son for Herod prison would baptize with the Holv race There are not only the

The memory of Pope John XXIII as may be quite realistic accordingto of God is the mother of all Christians. "May we who believe !lies the berlnning of Our) Ghost and with fire a phrase sins of individual men, there
her to be Indeed the Mother of God be helped by her which the rulers! could dismiss
the pravers
and
the advocate of very '
peace worldly standards but happily, man I of brotherly love is still Prayer( of the Assembly! ) May the Divine Maternity unit us as no more than prophetital
embodiment is not limited by mere worldly considerations the representative man,
also\ that there will be but one flock and one shepherd, After Hit baptism by Juhn jargon
fresh in our minds His 1W3 encyclical, The already "unrealistic"and which made a breach between
said that
In Jordan, Our Lord had But he had also
goneto !
Paccm In Terns, has been widely acclaimed out-of-this-world achievements Tuesday, October, 12 JlI.I'Ieat the human race and
the desert, Now lieI ent He would gather
by loaders of various! nations of Vatican Council II have taught us Mass as on Sunday (Common Preface,) back to John, who was still into the barn but would burn God.

end faiths as! a "major legacy" to never to underestimate the power of baptizing in Jordan The the chaff with unquenchablefire The antel had told Joseph
"There are none so blind as those who do not wish to see"Is
world peace rood to achieve His designs through forty days of Our Lord solitude and this they could not that Iary'. Soft would save
an old proverb that the Pharisees and Scribes often exempli
In his two years as head of the human instruments ( had seen the growth 01John' so easily dismiss. For itI IS His people from their tins.
fled when they refused to recognize the divinity of Christ. Although
Church, POI| Paul VI has repeatedly Cod: will not withhold His blessing Christ publicly exercised His divine prerogative a< reputation with the quite clear that John regarded the John the Baptist says that

championed the cause of prate It is from Pope Pauls heroic pilgrimage; God to forgive sins and to perform miracles! such as lie did mass of the people and a them as the straight chaff threatto III'I ill redeem' the whole
of the official burning was a
noteworthy that i>eace was the themeof it in up to man to supply the prayers for the paralytic, they were deliberately blind to these proofs heart hardening against) him themselves rare from the sin in whichit

his message to the people of the and the good will Words pathetically of His divinity (Gospel), This division between the The deputation returned to had lain since\ the catastrophe

Holy Land on the occasion of his fail to express our profound debt of Wednesday, October 13 people and their leaden had Jerusalem! its mind clear of s.dam

epochal visit there in January, 1961 ,gratitude:: to our beloved Holy }Father begun earlier The Baptisthad From that moment, the face And for the first time It Is
/St. htlwarcl: King of England: (Mans of a confessor
uttered that I He{ w't, t
The following December he carried the for his magnanimous efforts on be. called the Pharisees a of) Sadducee and J Pharisee clearly

fame/ celestial message! to the people half of peace The millions who saw not a Bishop, Gloria Common Preface) brood of vipers: he had talked alike was set against John. do so by suffering and dying

cf India, him in person in New York or viewed In days when wars were frequent! and peace rare the relay of One who would put 1 His They may not have suggestedto the word lamb" could bate

It is profoundly significant that him on their television screens were lively calm reign of good St. Edward the Confessor was set.corned axe to the root of the tree Herod that he seine him, hardly any other meaning for

by his people. lie was generous: to the poor and to the root, notice: he had made but they would not have been men who early ate the
have been the of
/ I No sense
heart should a me- overcome by a strange awe
strangers, He was also a great benefactor of the Benedictine It clear that racial descent unhappy w hen he did, paschal lambGod't .
dominant consideration in last Wonday's and /grandeur The words of Isais
monks and bestowed on them the gift \\ejtminstrr Abbey,
marking (52 7)) the sentiments of
visit (
,
unprecedented papal express
He died shortly after Christmas in HXii( and about 100 jears world
the first time In history that a all : 'How beautiful upon| the moun later his body was found incorrupt. "0 God you crowned with

reigning$: Pontiff had net foot in the tains are the feet of him that everlasting glory, the blessed king and confessor Fdward': I

New World Pope Paul made it dear bringeth Rood tidings and picacheth (Prayer of the Assembly),

to the United Nations Assembly! that peace> ." Thursday, Oitobrr 11 Confession not a routine gesture


!St. (:alixtu I. ( Mass of one or more supreme pontiffs to confession was a precisely' so that at this mo

Gloria, Common Preface ) GOING It y rugged expert-) ment In time lie could bath

Sacred Scripture me In the early Christian me with His, merciful lovtAs .
I This Pope reigned from 217 to 222 AJ there .
were no pernecutlons Church. The Christian communities Intimate as Is our meetIng
of Christians at this time. it I is thought that he was Father with God in the sacramentof
close
were knit fellowships
Faith GodI martyred during a popular uprising against the Christians, He
: nothing impossible to ( living often under lee i. penance, wt mutt not viewit
was a very capable administrator of the Church and Is remembered .
the threat of persecution and as a totally persons eiper
for the cemetery 'atac'omb) that he built the Tree
Old Testament tunes the (trouble at all creating problems on martyrdom enc We art members o'
Appian Way, lie tended the flock of God well 11st Issoni.Friday. ,
Jews customarily: prayed and slipping Into amazingly Christ Body Upon us rests
Members of these rnniinunl-
aloud, even when they prayed complicated situations, October 15 not only' the burden of our pesnnal >
.
tie
found It hard
underHand
privately Individually When Rut when they try to find lo smi. but the whole loaf
ralhrrJllhll f /St. 1'rrsa, of ,\\ iI., (Mass of a virgin not a martyr, how anyone. sore havI '
a person was in especidllydue t their way back out they of man s (Infidelity to Cod
Gloria Common Preface I III commuted hlmtrlf
need or distress( it was .J, reali/ed that they have caged!: ) g itrrlst We enter the confessional

quite natural for him to raise t themselves-and in a case( for This Ifittucntnry Carmelite nun was as adive as she was ( Inln In sinConsequently baptism, could relapse confessional box S- 'h P\.tine: on a personal mission vet

his voice in order to underscore 'astral which there seems to be no contemplative, !She would have fitted in well in our contemporary penances a* the wearng: of but not wholly on a private

the urgency of his pica key All they can do Is parehank society Despite habitual poor health and many r bstacles a repentent t. sackcloth and a'her nest' mission Each: of us mud

Thus the author of psalm and forth In frustrationand she accomplished much for the exterior and Interior sinner had to perform scourging. long fasts, end ex share In Christ passion,

111, trapped and tcrrorl/id bv' terror growth of the Carmelite Order She also had the wisdom of severe and extended public elusion from Ma has" Each: .f us must W a channel

his advrrsariis! Mimilrd to from which there is no visible Tine man of faith Is no ex the "fllllsl' virgins' (Gospel\ ), Mature Christians should penance before he could be II'nlay to a few extiapravers through whom ('In st CM
ceptior to this all too read her works for absolved from his For to be raid In private ..
high heaven: avenue of escapee common an understanding contemplative prayer sins after reparation U Ills tIher
\\ feel hemmed In on all phenomenon hut fur him particularly grave crimes \\* are grateful that God Each: .r( it must .0Fre-

\\ith a loud voice I cry sides, hopelessly ensnared there Is always a solution It Saturday, October 16 such: at murder, apostasy or has inspired llm Church to for his neighbor's slni as well

out to the lord; The difficulty may be finan may he while in coming, butit :M. IIrd" Ie, (Ms.su. of a holy woman nut a martyr, adultery, the sinner might make the administration of as for kls *'A n,

with a loud voice I he clal, physical, moral, apll'lt.ual Is there Gloria, Common Preface) have to do lifelong penance His. mercy so easy for ui
leech the Lord, social, with absolution granted onlyon Still!. this verv ease of confession I If wt' art going to bring i I"
psychological orstveral
My complaint/ I pour out of these togetherUiatcver He knows that nothing Is Horn in Ravaria In 1174 lledwig was married to Duke his deathbed carries with it an ever our confession such dispoii

hefoie him, \\ its nature, we are Impossible to God; and so, pn Henry of Silesia when she was 12: and he was 11 They had With the passing of cen present danger( tans as these, wt shall need

before him I lay bare stumpedve torture our t llently I I and hopefully, he seven children After the birth of their last child lledwig and tunes this rigorous discipline The danger It that our mnfrmlons more time for our prrparatu i

my distress, brains trying to come up with searches and prays and wallsHe Henry began to lead a more austere and holy life rventually was progressively relaxed mar become nroullnlred than many of us bate been
she went to live (istemam convent where her giving to the task Wt cannrt
in a daughterwas !: Now the forgiveness of sm,
\\lion my spirit h faint some scheme trying to think performance, with
I ran honestly' describehis abbess, like !M lledwig! may w'* "By holding to Your assuming the sinner. to beprtperlv hurriedly' enter the reef*<
within me, 01 some friend or acquaint piedicament In the scarcely' anv arttertenre I I.the lo
sional
psalm i
cross overcome whatever obstacles might withstand usi i givt the Priest a
Is
know ((14) just anvone who penitent a matterof of this ,
you my path suite or maybe 1st t wordsIn awetomrnrss I- hal
i d'ra of the i knpI'd patter of pettadi
) er Assembly I. in and out of tilt
The psalmist was exprrienc. able to help, but all In vain.It popping mauler slob God. Iou
the way along which I which has not changed 1ft

Ing that crushing sense of Is at limes like these that walkthey Washington letterChinese This n particularly& true for twenty years, listen with, din

helplessness and desolation we are brought starkly fare t tin ( base hid a trap for those of UI who. Ire* from traded mind while the Priest
which most of us suffer at one speaks the words of !
with human forgive
face Impotence. me grave am go to ctmfeMion as
time or other during our lives, I look to the right to see, an art of piety and in order to ness, and expect to nap 1m.i
There are certain situations People sum to have no( Reds reported in Cubathis this performance harvest If
but there is no one who receive the inrrean* m grate a "

pays me heed which the sacrawent gives giactTh .

M. J. Murray I have lost all means of TESTIMONY: given<< in a document has touched off since World War II, but has We may forget that the richness actual tim that I pert

Cocaine| : << of a congressional has produced a number of been growing vigorously of Bract M dependent In the confessional ma} NI

linens Is no oneI ho committee and Interpretations in .'tla'fnra and Latin I upon the tfttewtty of our sorrow very brief, but not so the tn"I .

but true cares for my life 1451.) just made public shows One of these aye Mil \Is .America It adds that in spend In preparation T'Priest's *

Strange Rut he can also Chinese asserting that hfl'took over the tonal analysis' the whole Indeed, oisr confessions ran words of absoluti' i
con Reds
pray
moving into
fulently! for China according (to Ms own cause of world revolution become so formalnd. so per should b* the climes, the irment >
Copyright, 1965, NCWC New Same rescue: Cuba In considerable! numbers plan, not that of Soviet Russia hinges MI the revolutionary fwietory a, to be almost devoid of electr fusion between

I cry I out to' )' OU, O lAIrd: and, In some cases, movIng and that he believes the struggles of the Asian, -sfn I of .ra.- all empty grs- God and myselfar,*

MMe sayod art my from there to other coon same plan can be used now can tAd Latin American peoples hire JM abort e( sacrilege Ih'ouch m*. between God si 1 1

refuse. tries in latin America to enable Red China to d
my the poitmn In the landof Estimates of different witnesses rate the world Mao tactic wnrlmiag maorttv of the danger is t. try to bnn to max fa:)len Hat III base d-. 'o
living' (OSo ), worH '' each rmtttttm !,tile orIOthlnllo bu:Id t: ;J
put the number of in China it Is stated, was to poswIa-ttoB a Nettednerve ?

heard! confident is he of being Chinese communists who use the rural areas to surround The Ptkistf dacuiMOt sa>i of wtwder at the ill<'0D0 It

that he can anticipateKivmg hale been admitted to Cuba the cities, and to bring communist cMMtrwt should rtivoMe thing that is happens

thanks for his rescue since 19:>4 at t'ArenIUlIi\ ) about the capitulation) of the ace it as a duty to support to .... ** art effortwc an
both
individually and in the and 12.t\KI) cities by a combination mill. the people! revahihiiun Ultimate meeting betw e" ThcFlortda

company of his svmpathetic tary, political economic and straggles to Asia, ,Urtea and ourselves and Cod: Gods
lends i : 1 hey are part of a total hole attoatmi filed
pathological warfare Latin America" upon
1' yw':; I.ead me forth from pus\ Mnete population of 30.MW us He ia reaching out terMod. Catholicnsi
on now said 10 !be In (uba, That Red (bins plans U 1M' One of the II tlitst** ifor las wn> HH iMn arc
the .V lIatf uhmananillK
that I this lactic. U dominate Ik M
may give thanks roach out to buck II iwith
Publication of the
to your name testimony weld Is taM U be clearly htdicated internal security here drew our sorrow .... ...
comes at time when -- ...
a specialIsts attention to another MM
.... ... tram
'
The Just 1 shall I I by a.. COMI ,
gather here art poring<< over a the Peking document whkk ("bests" It Is, Ke Mid, I that I Every: tarnmrni II| as **- 's twin PNt1 M DIM*

/ around me, document made public In commviist penises are n tnecessary .....tf'r silk ted|, a moment ro> IM Ct* 4 *m
f t.fiAr RASANIrNl. when vou hav. been says: *"iMi ,..,. DM
Peking early in !Vpiember as a vanguard .( rhea hm"ll, and IInl.lty .
aNN7NG N> .b / 'an.. 4 AI al good to mt idJesui ), whkh has been described .*" ./w S 11 m* r- H .
by "Taking the entire globe, resolution !but that mfiNratMM meet I. an etpUtlon of \bvt ." "., I.w .
e>r tut CORONATION or n iricuno tyixi nauas St NAB uses :ar, enemies set tram for more than site authontv as It :North .America\ and Uestrn bv rommumstt" into key nit inert is a to<. In whlrke .. ho >... tMNM < sow in ..

Atrin a MVO nt. *fflf ANoiLieo 40 M A.OIINo, *.a(1er MS MLn.41 JNA M'oa, Hun too, and to all appear MM Tee lung's blueprint for Europe: can be called 'tto* .pMitwns W titter parties isan mat In that ... tvrn la 1M-'- IM_-a11/W aw ...1.m -IINSIqa -

FRe Ami. ) t4( tijn'f'ID or ere MdDIL.r' art./. M.ulAr. an<.es they succeeded in ensnaring making over the world \in imitation ciliei of the worM,' then Asia. effective approachThe Italy ('.mrwiRMn' are .rrbsrr N ...... MIeM ..I"'IMtw
-HUt* *rrt* t- s Dgarw AAy,1ru.'n Him, even to the point of Red China, Africa and Latin America I* fM tkao I. the' saerameni u'.-. w "IW. 'MS wr

r r oi death Put )lit I was always The Peking document. running can constitute 'Ui* rural nUntsws said ( .ba .( "rnanre. a.,1 MR
tr'v Oyl I ltd Is Inflvi .l IhUMS
II s with I His rather and His father "* hatlag a*
3)000) of UM .odd. 1 1LII
a some axial
wordi
is la tins
..3rss Reds because Castr is uuuat tile whole
l + i with Him, and by the aectpUag of
lr said U prove beyond Th document also fUtes ShadoB
power of His resurrection lie say Chine !tmmljritU. fCataryPM II ptIIfIountd MI t M
doubt Red ChillI"a:1tl: ,,- that for various reasons 'Ue; w TlS saw ire
rl/t li n., w air vanquished all His foes Is why G.Ifchose
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pDer a A .t Us > tvta Ism for the Nest and pirtjcu-\ pro It t ar aa n rt\ OOU1IIOfment" U iaMM"tM rtstncuosu .,..... MId w..1 1- ant w Waw
death .
itself,
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true is story about Eden ? yJ Negro auxiliary named

Q. Since I am not of the -

Catholic }faith I am not certain late biblical concepts ef a
I should !be tlatdiskorld.. the center of
directing
a C1 Bishop Hannan
question t. your column. the universe. Into the concept goes to

For se eral years I hate lonslgnort of an orbiting planet, minute

been reading jour column svtJ, D. amid myriad galaxies After New Orleans Oct. 13
books and other sources of Darwin vte were able to translate .

Catholic Information faith dealing Through with the cuawayof species the of fixed Genesis phyla into and concepts \\WIINflTON ( NC) Pope Paul VI has named F..

readings I hate developed these a of creative evolution in ther Harold R. Perry S.V.D. to be titular Bishop of Mont

heart warming/ Interest In the the book which God drew up the blueprints in Mauritania and auxiliary to Bishop Philip It!. Hannan,
Church of Geneaic! It and keeps his guiding Archbiiihop-elect! of New Orleans.
and a desire te runvert. would seem that Adam and Father Perry I li the
hand on the smallest amoeba nnt csegr'o In modern times

My question deals with the Garden Ete were of Eden thrown out of the and the farthest star to tit' named a Catholic pariah St Martinville, Loulsl-\

procedure one hat to Initially Abel before eitherCam I'p to the present time we Bishop In the United ana. and as founder of St.
or
take' to become a talholic it was born and hate not been able to translate St.tN. Joieph parish, Brousiard.
Nat
Since I half no close Catholic somewhere cant of the doctrine of originalsin Louisiana lie was rector oft
Eden
that the murder took Archbishop designate Augustine !
friends and am uncertain .( plate into terms which the t Seminary Bay
the procedure to use In average/ anthropologist would Philip M Hannan will be St. Louis from 1958 to 1964
contacting If
the (hurch In mv lie you will read these and find meaningfulhile thereis enthroned as llth Archbishop lie has served for some

area, I thought you might be following chapters no conclusive proof of their I of New Orleans years at the spiritual directorof
able t* answer my question. through 11. 26. you will find theory anthropologists tendto October 13 at St. Louis Basilica the Knights of St Peter
that our sacred enter has First to visit U.S. Claver and li a member of
think in terms of the poly. Pope In his ire city. it was
A I would suggest a telephone ) compressed the entire history genetic origin of man Their announced also.Archbishop the National Catholic Council

call to a local Priest of primitive man-which must scientific studies do not incline Pope Paul VI waves to the crowds Pope are United Nations Secretary for Interracial Justice,

Tell him just what you h". thousand hate lasted at least a hundred them to think of just following his arrival at the John F. General U Thant, right, who greeted nan will be designate enthroned Han.by There are 1114 Negrs Priests
written me. He tart into a few
will be
to happy generations What does that one man and one woman Kennedy airport in New York marking him and Eugene Cardinal Tuwerant, Archbishop Fgidio Vagnostl, In the Inltrd Stales accordIng -

you arrange answer a meeting with tell you about the nature and etolving from animal) status the first time a reigning Pontiff haa sot who armed with Pop Paul apostolic delegate In the United to Blshoplect Perry
your questionsand but rather of of
groups men
of his foot on United States soil Behind the Statei The ceremony will
purpose writing
give any further instnic and He laid K belong to hit
women resulting from Include a concelebrated own
Pontifical
circa in lainouc; : doctrine you The point Is that the su genetic explosions or mute, society of Divine Word missionaries .
nay need thorn of Genesis were not trans This High Mass Auxiliary In fact It
manner of thinking Bishop L. Abel was the

Q Last light I went te coafruion writing They history were tying as we together knowit presents no problem ai regards mimstrator of the Caillouet New, Or.ad he consecration of one of these ts
the biblical stories of Focus of debate auxiliary Bishop of Panama
about half. Whea I hid confessed religious truths. bated on afew (creation but it does teem Incompatible centerson lean archdiocese, announced City that brought: Father
ef
mr tins rather historical The
realities but new Archbishop
with the doctrineof wai Perry to Rome. He attended
Interrupted and said that l Is they were telling the story in original appointed by Pope Paul Sep. the consecration of
sm as taught by Blihop
enough" : say as act of contrition their own sttle. full of Im.g"try. St Paul explained in Christian Questions of today timber 211 to succeed Arch Carlos A Lewd S.V.D., at

frsilon. Wai this a valid coa- often poetic. but littleconcerned tradition and defined by r blishop John P Cody now of Nemt near here last Sunday.

with accurate ceo-" the Council of Trent Chicago Bishop Lewis la also an Amer
ands or ('hr nololZY. And VATICAN CITY (NC) Bishop Franx }
Art.II. Indeed Matt* Consequently: Pop' PIUI lengsbach the council Fathers have been The appointment *f Fllnhnp. lean citizen but he la not native -
Father needed more patience, Cam they. couldnt care less where :XII wrote in his hncvclicalHuman of Femen, Germany. presenter a report prior to debate nn unanimous I III condemning fleet Perry was announced bornConsecration.
found his wife Such part two of the schema the war he said !Some wanted
but on the other hand we ) generis tor the on i Church in the modern tail Saturday.
should not string out a whole curiosity would spoil a good faithful cannot embrace that world before the council Fathers began debate on it. the council to condemn

lilt of venial sins or minor story and obscure Its moral opinion which maintains either Bishop Hengkbach recalled modern arms and warfare unconditionally Sine! June, 19M; Father

faults When you hate committed j i\ B Much that I have that after Adam there the particular Important of the point that in this connection while others felt Perry haa been provincial

no serious tin. it might written here applies only to existed on this earth true men part two of the schema whkh the conscience of married that a distinction was In or superior. of the St Augustine

be better to concentrate attention the first 11 chapters of Gene who did not take their origin aims to provide answers to "persons Is bound by objective dcr Province of the Society of the

on one or another of sin When Abraham appears through natural generation questions which have great norms The mind of the comrnli. (Divine Word He mrt with reporters

your more prominent faults on the scene time and geog from him as from the first Importance for the world today The council Invites parents arm was to lay down a moral (October 2)) In Rome

and IH what progress or raphv become more important parent of all or that Adam Part one outlined general I to accept the Joys and lacrl. principle which would be gen on the morning hit appointment .

retrogression you have and other elements of represents a certain numberof principles. while part two (Ices of family life In a Christian eras and not open to question war announced In \111-! k

made in this regard during hbtor.pt..ar though it remains first parents Now it is In undertakes to glte specific 1 spirit as Itnrsses of the and which would provide a can City and In Washingtonand :

the put week. \\t should nevi history bent to religious no way apparent how such an answers Both parts have death and Resurrection of the norm for pasting judgment on told newsmen h* could

er make confession the rout purposes i (opinion can be reconciled been drastically revised the Lord any warlike activity or use see no problems arming in the Archbishop IUhllpod'll

tone recitation of a litany of Q I just read as article with that which the sourcesof Bishop said The second chapter deals of arms Hence, 0 I I. hop New Oi leans ares ai a remit n.t. elect

sins, practically. unvarvlrg which Ihlnk'you wrote .n etolutlos revealed truth and the documents with the proper promotion of llengsba (concluded the of tam appointment ai auxlll.
I roe did well, but The first chapter "Th
from week to week And yes of the teaching authority human culture The material principle can formulated si ary Bishop there Joining him IIlnn. Perry
ended loo soon. lour relit Ind. Dlgnilv' *f Marriage and the
at the
all do not confess howoften of the Church propos is divided Into descriptive. follow press conference at --
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Ing words 1 shall sot family, has remained .
were
practical Rome ('h .
House
with doctrinal and 1j(0 a renfleme
regard to postural SomeFathers
hall
original
you misted your sin, "Any war action which
get site Edna That II !* untouched as far si for clerical held
which proceeds from wanted a definitionof imcago ( itudenti
morning prayers or your sin actuallv order lends indiscriminately to ChIdf'.lnldloll
another slsrv" I.m the li
prayers before or after mesli to know how teryBilnut riamalnlala committed by an Individual Blitins reportedThe concerned. the culture but the complexityof of entire cities and were Archbishop Cody for Negro Bishop
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you and
If hate Adam and which the question li inch that it their Inhabitants Archbishop designate
you neglected prsjer the doctrine of erlg or. with still ROMK( : (NC) Bishop
Just say s. simply and resolve most tin without s literal historic through generation Is pasted tent putt In a clearer was felt that no more than a great reason to the almost' HannanBlshnpelect. Carloi A. Uwls 8VI, as

to be more rar.lulabout 4dam Please glte meas on to all and is in everyone light the role ol procreationand general deacrlptMHi of culture total destruction of regions, Is Perry laid he American trained' Negro Bishop

tt And maybe find out whit answer, ai his own the education of childrenIn should he presented Bikhop of Itself and objectively" a war aware that this signal was consecrated on Octo.

causes you to mist them liii Now it II In no was apparent family society. as well\ si llengshach reported This crime against nod and man appointment will have a tier 3 In the Divine Word

less, or weakening faith A If you will read that sr With this slate the true character of conjugal chapter makes special efforts himself, which must b* firm meaningful Impact and a apes chapel at tli* society's .urn-

Even counting the numberof title again with greater rate. merit of Pope Plus XII I am lose Treating of responsible to take into account condition I It and unhesitatingly condemned dial significance for many mer villa at N.nl outside this
lies you have toM or Ue you will find that I made rxplicit ia heart agreement. parenthood the text insists on existing universally' In the ,,",ofll. in various sections of city

number of time, you have referente to Adam asa world, be said The division of chapters. h* the I'nlted States who haeawaited \rihbiahop Tomas Clavel

been Impatient li a wade of literal historic. person I Chapter three Is on economic said has remained untouched this appointment| Mendel of Panama City
time and a mechanisation of noted that the evolution of his Bishop Navagh dies in Rome; and social life he state with three exceptions "It I I. my retylvs to lift Panama, whom Bishop Lewis

your preparation for conies- body from torn wMwmaiianceter ed II begins with some aipe No. I of this part, as their hopes| for a new life of will serve ai auxiliary! was

lion Just ask yourself how need pose no problem \ ) (< ts of preeeflMav economic found In the preceding ver Christian dignity here. and the. oonaecrator Blihop Lee

truthful you are. or how cSt for the direct' creation of funeral in Paterson see life and then takes up moreipeilflcallv lion and which dealt with the eternal 'life hereafter Catno- ArkfeM' SVI? of tt.wak..

reHfvl: and try to find out his httSMtn. spiritual soul the question of dignity, of the human person lira these have a deep faith New Guinea' and auxiliary

what make you lose patience "W e do ooh inherit our spiritual limit; ( NC- .tahP Jar mra J Navagh of PaterxmMundl economic piogteM ant the and his haute rights and duties They accepted| me a* a Priest Blihop JiMefih Brunlnl of Naferhei

If you mike your confusion souls from our human in New Jerry. died at Salvatore hospital. here on Or principles" which govern the has now been Inserted and will I think" accept, mea Jackson Mliilitlppl
a meaningful evtd nc. centers God Intervened whole of economic art amlal Into part one epe<"lallv Into a ftlihnp he said were the crsivocecrrtorn
of your love for God and an in a special manner for Adam tober 2 after suffering a heai rt attack The funeral MUM life After the evample" of r*. chapter two dealing with the .hopIHt Perry wee horn After ths consecration, 41

honest asking for His sign. of and tte; Just si ,H* did for la being offered at the fate!con cathedral iOtolr S) rent social, CM'ycliceli. Ih.If.1 human community In lake Charles. Louisiana Hlihop 'laid their hands unon

l loving s forgiveneM Father you and me by Archbwhop Thomaa A. prweeda to lake up detailed A spts"lal I chalice| has (Motor l I. I9t(. and attended '. Ute head of the new member

win have more pitiente Men li indeed a tenant. Boland of Newark ... to preach at the ftwvetalMMI o/ue tHWM It doe not been added on the life of the St Augustine !Seminary\ of the episcopal! college.

story deUfMruJ M iti poetic Bishop Navagh. who w III LatenessArchbishop eonattlef the prohlemi of the political community Pay fit Louli Mississippi Archbishop John P Codr
staking
Q Whea! Cats slew .Abel he imagery. eniftnaUc in I" sym part m the fourth MS. HoUwid flew to Wet exclusively and It coneronomk and St Mary Seminary of Chicago was the principal
war threw cut ef ParadiM Paterson for asdns relklKHti be Toe articles pretlouily Techny Illinois' both conduit
the faced tINt
imagery esigmatic In its
awn of Ute Kcumenita: Council speaker at the dinner tt.it
and ae meted ea the eastside symbolism amuaisg In its was stricken early Sat, follow ing de t JouMag. him M I Iween (the wealthy and the distinct, the one dealing withthe ed by the Society of the Dl followed the ('fln..rl'ltIIr.r.n"n :
ef Idea and. got himself community nf peoples and vine Word He ,d. ,
perceptivity of human weak time rbajhl were ArchbU hop purer natiooi was >ed
urdiy massing al HomesCavalwre and In till talk referred
a wife Now ai I aiMteritand nets 'Its esplssstMM l'.1HUne Danusno of Camden The fowfth riIpt-on the the alher with peace, hose on January *, IM4
requires
Hutton Hotel II. to this rolleglallty of
there merest aav ..m... at life of the pnHkal. communlt hers fused Into ere. The Blahopdeilgnale has
a bonk! Mm la Isvrtng and auxiliary Rittiof) ,
an / was rushed to UM .hotatlal Bishops and to the F :umenj-
that time besides fte.: since and tempting pisce but the Charles B McLaughlin 'I t> first take up the attual The chief different" be served ai an aulitant pallor '
but before leavuig U>. hotel, i al ton< II which! brcught: tt
Adam and. Ear; were Ike first situation of thin" life then the I In Immaculate Heart of Mary
Raleigh
of brief
wnter a article li be received ttt* ViaUcum' teems the amended text and Into focus.
prop'. prudent to star out of Hour from ooMhMor Huhvp nature and sun" of political the former text. Blihoplle I !pariah Ijifayrtts, 1miiisnaM ;
H here did! Calafetkli wife > proMem la rest) and Dunck of Naihvtl.JecephA TU Bishop NataK was bnnla I am My the *>f rstion of all ..aha<.h said, lies In the Peter parlih. Pine Mluff
ffHffak. 'prlt 1. l"wl. '1..
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question gate no I difficult "however It preeentsto4v Bled Sacrameot li fact that many elements of ; parlih.
concern to Die sacred enter I the quMtiOH moot prrg. .d In a chapel l at the rll'" and was rdaliwa' U thI'rletlhiMd ltly the relationship/ of ChI the aikiesa" have been In Mound Bayou Mlnliippl{ and
hotel
of Genesis' so "hy should. I neat with conflict between. the during Ui* (ouncil I I. the ( .Ihro'ralW I Church and HIK al 1IIl'irtv certiorated Into the council Our Lady of Perpetual Help ''ALMSMt
IManwp .
worrr about h" I thinking of .....tlti and time ton M Joseph there II lire .m- The fifth lied tail. chapter toil Coaaequently the test
Navagh
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May I suggest that you read 1 belief of Catholics AfterUaltleo tal>en>*ct;* k. Arriving at Mini up all problems under hat beeom* IIIUf h longer/ he .MOEt1A1.
the third and fourth chapters I we were .I I. te trans red hoeotal b*> wen IlMUlCfft bad bM *r4lor of r>,* the aspect or r-. .laclud Hated But If the new text (..I.> ,_...1.11 "..,

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By Patrick; KlleyVATICAN bond which constitutes the lon In the name of Poland's i net said. these Churches ly understood without the has a duty to perfect the man an end unto himself

family would be a durable Bishops he called for a powerful ., found themselves following a realization that marital Intimacy world
flTlIiC( ) The attention of Fathers addition to those
benefit proceeding from the conciliar proclamation i human policy rather than Cost creates a unique communion (Cardinal Slipyi was inter reported
at the ecumenical! council! turned during the past seven council, and a striking occa declaring that any act againstthe t pel teaching. Yet the doctrine between the partners, rupted twice by the day's last atheism week declaringagainst I

days tn that part of the draft document on the Church In lion to remind the married life of an unborn Is sheer, of the Church has always remained infusing their entire lives and moderator, Cardinal Suenens some of the other, here a r e.

the modern world concerning! marriage. It brought forth partners of the teaching proposed unmitigated murder unaltered, he said, persons.Parents. of Malines-Brussels, Belgium on itArchbishop who commented
to them by the council Archbishop Enrico Mcode-. and the Church has no right must be a source who pointed out he had spoken -

a variety of opinions. Fathers" mo of Ban, Italy, asking for, to change divine law of more than physical life: beyond his allot ed time.) Francois :Martyof

A cross-section" of the debate" on marriage and on the" Cardinal Suenens criticizedthe a more explicit explanationof i Unhappy situations In human they are the source of love Bishop Hadrlanus Ddungu Rheims. France, said the
schema for to the life are hopeless only of Masaka in the document could not avoid
earlier subject of atheism, failing explore nature of the family in i for the entire family. Uganda,
ops praised the schema for various pastoral problems the schema, said the text; when seen from a purely hu- name of 95 Fathers pointedout condemning atheistic political)
followsAs its doctrinal content and pas. (aside from the questionof seems to contradict Itself. Inone i man point of view without Physical attraction alone that the text both poses regimes. However, he said

debate continued on the toral approach! While the birth control, which the passage, he said, i it; reference to the Gospel or to fails to define married love, the problem of racial discrimination atheists themselves desert

parts of schema 13 concerning chapter on marriage and the !Pope reserved for himself). praises marital fecundity and i divine help, he said. nor can pleasure alone define and offers its solutions respect as men and should
Cardinals family is good, he| said j It has lie cited the problem of early in another states that married I William Cardinal Conway It. Bishop De Roo held. within brief compassof be invited to the dialogue!

marriage some serious defects. He said its marriages which are lightly people are free to determine i of Armagh, Northern Ireland, Auxiliary Bishop Joseph four lines. It treats of The first speaker, Armenl.
urged a reaffirmation of the description of the ends of marriage undertaken the size of their family ac approving chapter one as a Reuss of Mainz Germany, various forms of discrimination an-rite Patriarch I'D are

Church's traditional teaching !: appears more confused He also criticized the text<<" cording to subjective criteria, good synthesis of Catholic said the text should not treat by culture, race, sex Pierre XVI Batanlan of Cill.

en marriage!: and sexual) than in the previous version for failing to sound the tocsin doctrine, echoed the appeals the problems of marriage as social condition, language cia. complained that theschema's
He said the
text I Insufficient
morality, while others called because it obscures the distinction for the struggle against "the gives of other speakers for a changeIn If they were already solved. tribe, color of skin and rev introduction Is long-
the
to
liberalization between the primary of emphasis the status of the document. if all winded lie said that because
for more wave Immorality flooding right of private Because the dignity of marriage liglon: as were equally
end of marriage and its secondary property calling it a the introduction presents a
Ernesto Cardinal Rufflnl of our streets, movie screens lie suggested pas. Is founded on the dig! serious
Palermo, Italy and Jlovsnnl; ends. and literature." This Immorality lie objected to the schema's toral letter to the world. nity of the human person, The council like a prophet, summary of the schema's

Cardinal Colombo of Milan, He asserted that duubts "threatens to ruin treatment of conscientious objectors He said the text, where It Bishop Reuse said, the dignity must "cry out without ceasing" doctrine it should not only
all respect for marriage and on the grounds that it against the evil of racial propose problems but also Indicate .
Italy called for a forthright could have been avoided by states the married roupiesbase of the conjugal act residesIn
reaffirmation of the Church's using the language of Pope its laws." he said, adding that gives the Impression that con.acif'ntious a right: to "determine"the Its Intimate union betweenthe ] discrimination, he said. the basic principle of

traditional teaching on marriage Plus XI In his encyclical, too many people "are resign. objectors offer f number of their children, husband and wife in amovement Auxiliary Bishop Antoine their solution, which is Jesus
ing themselves to it with a more witness to Christ than llacaiilt of Saint Boniface Christ
and sexual morality. Castl ('onnu bll, should add: hy "method In toward the person .
Paul Cardinal Leger of sort of fatalism" those who answer their coun conformity with the law of loved and eventually to. Manitoba, asked that the text Patriarch Batanian! further

Montreal and Leo Cardinal Cardinal Ruffini observedthat Archbishop Luis AlonsoMunovcrro I try's call to arms. ,41d." ward God. lie said he regretted be made more explicit on the requested that a paragraphbe

!Surnens of Malines Brussels, the text has surprisinglylittle military vicar of Bishop Hermann Folk of the absence of t h practical demands of conjugal devoted to situation ethic,

Belgium sought a deepeningof to say on divorce. the Spanish armed forces Mainz, Germany, suggested a Another Irishman Michael word "responsibility" In the love which he stigmatized as one
the Church's doctrine In Cardinal lager voiced deep lamented the absence of the logical order for the treatment Cardinal Browne of the Roman text. lie said that in dealing with of the most serious deviationsof

the light of modern discoveries reservations on the schema's classical term "contract"from of marriage as a state. (Curia, said the schema's polygamy the text becomes modern times
According to Bishop Franz
doctrine and method, both of the part of the schema He said man as such must treatment of matrimony Is negative If this institutionwas Bishop Sebastian Soarei de
John Cardinal llefnan of which, he said, would disappoint dealing with mariage.He first be considered, then man perplexing He asked for a ton Streng of Basel and Lu- tolerated by God iai In Resende of Belra, MozambIque -

Westminster England, has the legitimate expectations also deplored what he as a Christian, then his right more exact theological treatment gano. Switzerland, the text the Old Testament!, it cannot demanded that the document
suggested to the council thatIt of modern Christians, called the schema's tendency to establish a state. The same distinguishing clearly appears to leave the way opento be altogether bad. he expressly condemn the

should omit the entire chapter Cardinal I-egcr proposed: to exalt conjugal love without principle, he said, applies to between( marriage's/: primary a false interpretation on said. lIe added that the best various forms of persecutionand
on marriage from its docu 1. That it be clearly and stating clearly the primaryend the priestly and Religious end i the procreation and education abortion lie requested great. form of union between a man violence perpetrated I)'"

meat on the Church in the openly said that marriage Is of marriage. This must be state lie said that ai a creature of children I and its secondary er clarity In the text to make and a woman is that which tematicaUy against Bishops,

modern world sine It Is unable an Intimate community of life stated clearly to forestall errors of God man has a right ends (mutual aid and the evil of abortion more best helps man overcome Priests and laity merely because

to give firm guidance on and of love already condemned by to choose his state of life. satisfaction of the sensesi, explicit hedonism and selfishness) they do not adhere or

"the really big problem" of 2. That the deep meaningthe the Congregation of the Holy In rebuttal of Egypt's Archbishop whnh are Intimately connected Valerian Cardinal Graclas Far be it from me. he de give Insufficient support t toan

birth control which Pope child takes for love and Office, he said. This primary Klie Zoghbi's suggestion with the essential end itself of Bombay said western Influence dared to suggest that t h e economic and political regime

Paul VI has reserved to him. the conjugal life be carefully purpose he laid Is the be that the Church might reexamine Is contributing to the Church approve every type
self. explained with fecundity at getting and the education of its adamant stand \n'hblsh4lpdrluul DjaJaseportra deterioration of marriage tn of union. They generally sin fo'renchrrhbllhop Francois!

In a similar vein, Agntlo<< the summit of the love of the children against the remarriage of the S..I. of Jakarta. Indonesia the East. He complainedthat by defect lacking the unity Marty asked for a realistic

Cardinal Rossi of Sao Paulo, spouses Innocent party In a marriage: speaking In the name the text fails to condemn and Indissolubility which I treatment of communism as
Brazil, suggested that the 3. That It be stated how It He branded as erroneous broken by abandonment or insanity of the Indonesian Bishops' materialism strongly!! enough. Catholic teaching holds es It is actually found among;

council might either keep Is God's will that the spouses and down perilous by the the schema principle the set Charles Cardinal Jour. Conference, complained that He said chapter one on sential. But the council should men. not as it is v'Icariouslyfound !
on
silence on "this burning prob bring children Into the world determination of the numberof net, Swiss theologian, asserted the text's! presentation of the marriage!: cannot be understood present dynamism of Chris in textbooks He laid
lem" of birth control or restrict and thus become His coopera- that divorce In the Eastern Church's doctrine Is not well without chanter threeon tian marriage. Catholics are rubbing shoulders -
children. He also asked for
itself to Issuing some tors.Cardinal condemnation of sterilization. Churl'hu'a a mere Intru adapted to regions where special economic! life because of Debate moved on to chapter with atheists day !In and
a
provisory but practical rulesof Suenens called It sion of civil law into Church customs prevail lie said the strong connection between two of part two of the schema, day out.
pastoral conduct. "essential that we have a practice that in the West people marry them. which deals with culture. Archbishop Marty ssserted

Cardinal Heenan also suggested better understanding of the Bishop I Paul Tagiirhl of Cardinal .lournet declared because they are in love, Coadjutor Bishop Leos F.Ichlnger : that the present document
the Insertion of "a laws of human fecundity, for Osaka, Japan, echoed the that the Church's teaching while In the East they lose The text Is too weak<,, In deploring of Strasbourg, will\ rightly or wrongly be regarded
on
short passage on the altogether man as well as for woman; reservations about the passage the IndiMoliihility of marriage one another because they are Inequalities among France, said the principle as a basis for the workof
praiseworthy practiceof that we also have a better which envisages the married lie urged the coun men and the hunger that problem involved here is how the Vatican secretariat!
I N the teaching of Christ Himself
adoption" lie said understanding of the psycho right of married couples to lie said that the teaching cal to undertake the admittedh afflicts great portions of humanity the Church conducts itself for Non Believers (which

"Orphans and Illegitimate logical laws of self-control "determine" the number of Is revealed In the ; I difficult task of renderingthe he added.Josv'f with regard to a technological Pope Paul set up partly ta
children more often than not ; and finally that we have their children. However, ht "\\ hat God has Cospeltext Joined document suitable for Cardinal Sllpvl .f civilization The text initiate a dialogue with non.
are deprived of that priceless a better understanding of the maintained that this term expresses : every culture Lvov joined forces with. a abounds pious exhortations, believers i However the present
together( let no man put asun
Inheritance of childhood, family laws of conjugal life as a the truth. His objection der." \rchblnhop FrancUre da number of other Eastern: he said, but has few practical text according to Archbishop
life at the domestic whole was that it could offend Silva of Brsja Portugal, speakers In attacking; the predominantly suggestions Its concept of Marty sounds like a

hearth lie asked that this final many people both of Fast: and The Apostle Paul teaches laid moral theology nowhere Western terminology human culture is too narrow condemnation and opens no
point he studied not chiefly West. doctrine sanction married of the text However he doors to
"It Is true that In countries the same Cardinal gives to and too briefly stated Bishop honest unbelievers.He .
enjulng religious.: freedom from the husband's point of He said children should Journet said, and Paul makesit couples to determine the confessed he was deeply concerned Julien 1-eCouedic of Troyes. asked that article 19 t*

these unfortunate children are view but from the wife's as realize that they have come clear he Is not speaking In number of their children on to hear Melkite-nte France In a highly philosophical revised by the secretariate

10\Inltl, received by mm who well and from the point of Into being not merely for his own name but rather in their own responsibility. Tht Patriarch Maxlmos IV Saiih speech, said all cultures for Non Believers

pen wide their arms and rev view of married life Itself. their usefulness to their parents the name of Lord. He cited I text's language in this regard, of Antioch say the manualsof tend to find ever more effective Christians\ should
eelve them with' Christian "By closely I associating<< or for their parents' satisfaction Corinthians 7, 10 and II he said favors hedonism. lie moral theology should be of created realize,
ways using he said that
loir, But no matter how beautiful family life and the liturgy", but through love and This text. Cardinal Journet like Cardinal Heenan. suggested changed things which must remllnonh' with an open dlalngue
and the we foster them both at once, at a cost of sacrifice. asserted, complements the that the council be silent Cardinal Slip)I laid. t that atheists Is esnihle tf
spacious orphanage means and not ends In
It ran never take I he the Belgian Cardinal said Auxiliary Ills hop KazlmlertM teachings in chapters f1and on this question states which persecute all religion themselves purifying their own faith

place\ of home "It seems particularly suitable ]d nskl Wloclawek., Po- 19 of St. Matthew. Bishop Keml De Roe of speak more about liberty Bishop ....('In Iihrvn eulun. Ukrainian,rite .\ s 1111 I I I r w
to defend conjugal fidelity land, speaking In the name of Cardinal Journet said this Victoria B C said that t h e than some of the council .\ France, emphasized Bishop Michele Rnsasck of
"Childless couples shouldbe today since It Is being attacked the Bishops of Poland, decried doctrine was followed in the conjugal union cannot be ful- Fathers lie said the Church the Importance of sports In Toronto said militant atheismin
warmly exhorted to adopt the "great modern ra.lanuty" early Church However, he
from all sides the form of
by a even social stratum of tod.y' a politic-eco:
children especially those of abortion. said, a Justinian law permitting Subcommission to contact
flood of eroticism and by a worldSports nomic system affects East.erniti .
who are sick, handicapped, calamitous Increase of divorces God, Bishop I Majdanskl divorce was IncorporatedInto Catholics very deep
half-cast or for any reason laid, is no longer regarded as the canons of the Eastern: atlrart in ever Increasing ly
not sought after the master of all pile AbortionIs Church and thus divorce entered American Jewish cumber of spectators He
groups pointed to the historv of
Cardinal Ituffinl, speaking "Public and annual remembrance an open violation of the the Eastern: Churches, he anted. Their clue Is the Church In Czechoslovakia
In the name of 32 Italian Bush of the sacramental sacredness of the human per In this way, Cardinal Jour- sees In helping the soul dotnU\ under the
KOMK: ( NC) The Bishop of the United States' communist regime.
sale the body and IN fosterIng
'0 have 10-man commission to establish formal
1 -Tryy + r appointed a virtue. During a single night all
) ,1l'r contacts with the American Jewish community. religious rtmmunltlfs In

1 11r s seq. (Headed by Bishop Francis P. Leipzig, of Ilaker. Oregon They also five people of "f'f'h..I.ullla were effee

1, Igr I r e the body Is a subcommismon coming within the gen different social conditions an lively: suppreised. with Iheir

f'nl! scope of the U.S. Bishops' Commission for fo \llnf'fti. opportunity of meeting on an members arrested and herded .
equal level, he saidtrchbishop
cal Affairs, which was set up last November with headquarters hilt renrentrstlea ramps
Michele Ptllr.grlnn
he
in Washington. DC. That commtMrion ia headedby of Turks snted.Pneiu.
Italy said I
Lawrence Cardinal She- the tnt should emphasis were removed from
Father Elmo L ftomaiwa of the
han of BaltimoreThe New Orleans Father rtonakl science el l history, bnlh because their parishes and not replaced

ti ..- u announcement of the Campion S J and Father. Its subject matter is Onlv two of Czecboslovakla'i -

s new lubcoinmlstKMi in addition John B Sheerin CSP of man hmueM and. because of IS seminaries ff'mlln.
to several already established :New York its links with the history of he laid

or planned for relations At the meeting o( the council I&lnt.rc'hbhho, Kmlle Bishop Rusnack said It
,4f. with various religious bodies press panel following UVdMtribtttMd Blanche, rector' nf the Catholic would he a scandal tf Ito

In the United States, was of UM revised ('nt ralty of Parts, also Church of the SXh century

: made during the U.S Bishops' text, regular and |ue..t paMf- lamented the text i silence on were to J.Itft darkness tie
#10 oa press panel session of October late seemed UAaMmwt M assessing aistorv phenomena ef communism

1 by its secretary Monsignor the new test as He aid history II important which hsWs sway ever hat
George G h Higgms, director! of stronger than Uie oW one Mcondemnmf !because It teaches the muta the! warM's land. H. said its

the social action departmentof anu-Seautism. M- bilitv and. relativity( ef things council should not keep <.wlenct

the National Catholic Welfare eluding the MrtMi W the The dash ef history 'he said for fear that outspokeMS -*

Conf.rl'fk".111..110.\ word 'lfth- mllJam" ,itself. has given impetus te ether will 1IItnHI the lot of

The overall purpoe of the Though dwxW"' will 1 I I a. ie.. M the CharcltArchauho Christians behind the I Iron

C subcommission will be to toiler be contained m tite test Blanche said I Curtain F.kperience: I h a w s

? J carry out the injunction of If the council Fathers approvethe modern ptilktsoBiuM\ are im that communist yield t,)

i1 the ('iKl11l"11Iocuml'flt ofl the new ,.,..... pawHst pnrunt eyes trim they tad'! forceful public opinion, re
Church's relations with nen- "pnmted out. it Is untamed In under talk reins as sciencesHe concludedBlsh

Christians In its section deal an et4atonr. note with a referred nwrttValtv I* ., ]sates de l'wlld.
prig with Jews clear explanation for Its eiuSHM1 alheum. which rails tlaetf e< "o""ed this plea fer a forceful

Mientifw tot u itseaktaf pilu. phy ) and express rw4.m"..
The text ef the document,
Why was it wnitted Fattier tan of comimnusm
already appreved Is principlelast mi In*
widespread
J
Robert Trwco. Church his- **>"w
'ty asking Mr the at.
session and scheduled lee mwlera *'hU''..pl' .f t\|*.
ton professor at the Catholic teatiosi of ta council I Father
1'1
final Voting October' II IS. had IrnliaHsm. he remmeMrdthai
University ef America mWashington r a riiails.I l Patriarch,
\been distributed t. Ibe toea h .bas |*t differedUrm
0 C said acme Ari hlxUMfM etc ]
r rll) Fathers the da* \before and .*. Irrdisg. .. i. 4and he urge
Father" wanted it removed the
f < rwinril \. issue a "'II',"
a summary .f the lest was the ......r evaierii
Thousands to made available le the to avoid am nothw ef colterlive ......rh U he p.lsl.a. | I sag W the! mhertal/ br oC he'1'0
gather motorcade route prep.The milling
see Pope on quill" en the part el the laud> of all|| men

ten members of the. Jewish people for Christ's
Thousands line the way as the \"ork'i'an Wyck Expressway: In l lowing! Pope Pam's Oct..bet'Ulit. .uhc.'O 1mllllOl1 are Bishop death s1 ., And sad .." '.p,;: leegaei.

papal motorcade moves along .New Cjuecns fnroute to Manhattan foU to the United States.We'ie Leipzig. Monsifnor Julia M.VMerreicher The ru Hcd text ail he I' r ')"111 4..I.e

( of Newark Father sated .. pr. ahlj IIlIil! lIft )

1 Hour h;nh ."d lady S"'J' Raymond. Fattier Biwler Gerald IndianapMis. F- tee weeds.Kifht ,4' ;;; Beach Tackle and

I Van Aekeren, S J ef s t : ditlimt vnte will, h*
DC *' Cleaning Service Lf"V"O ."t'.l Ay. -.,,'.. W.le/ft9/ Mary's. .......... Fattier Edward taken t* decide whether, H l e.,::...1 Sporting Goods
.
II Flannery of IVev amend the text from the one 1:0 C.rae.
.
N..,
RIr.o font End ARgaaeat sad t. H."..." ht lc.a
:)G : dense pesael in general at l ladIear'a \I phoa' tS)59 !
In Dry Cleaning'Jia ? '" lute ',n.... AIM, Father KJaftd Hrfhjr sums TW < ru art 1/ C.<.. ,."h

M 'I'G Q Csrn. >J W.,,Wrua, svlst sawsat1J'tes.we'will
(Hiy Cteanvu tnt. ELLIS GARAGE DC. Mctflp.r; rr scU J. coo. M ttt HA ><-t. Trudy's Salon of
a () tall ef B.itwa, MwsifMTDMM The lath .a.t itv.s lh uo Beauty"I

C.rn.r litvtrj sad C. ,a Aa1aa, -+ .- Woe Mtff.tt ltl'> ( Mnnsifiwr-.\ J Iliirta ffan t>. .tren then the IM and said l..choo. lwns9 1'f-1....... ,+d T 9
Coco Such SU J.19J9' tfrtt; Isl.-d FraniKi-si J'.thfor': thor'U"it iiMHlrnmjtuin ef E '0.1.-... '_;ld,.., 0.;i.pav ,1,1 1 I'd 11.4 N
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schemas studiedon Pere. The. Florida Catholic Friday, October 8, 1965
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three Council topicsVATICAN T Pope sends aid, prayers


CITY (NC) Father of the Second Vatican -
for volcano
Council victims
are now studying the revised schema on relations r.i
with! x 16
non-Chrutian. includinr the Jew, and
oa
the life of religious. )fA II.A (NC) Even: ai rescue team were still

Last Friday the Council concluded probing the cooling lava maaae In search of victim
voting on amend-
menu to Its proposed declaration on th. nut r.t duff..... near the slope of Mount Taal, Pope Paul VI sent assurances I
of Bishop 0- t"-- e .i.is of his prayer and a personal donation to aid

It soon became known out. faithful to work for the i the survivors of the worst volcano eruption In the

tide the council hall that the growth of the Mystical Body Philippines in mora than
of Christ. } half ey for International Development
term "deicide" was buying 30,000 bread
had indeed been deleted from Thus there Is a clearer According to official lists rolls daily and entrustingthem

the part of the text dealing explanation ef the cbllgatloaf ? r which admittedly were to CRS for distribution

with the Jew. the faithful I* be actlv In only estimates 300 persons evacuation renl,".

The revised text emphasizes the apostolate.The s r were killed when the volcano CRS also delivered a totalof

that the authorities of the J,4 In the middle of Lake Taal 40,100 pound. of clothing

Jew at the time of Christ relationship of auxiliary w, ry ) prop. 11 d forth Its fiery and surplus food to the r-

urged His death not the Jew Bishops to their Ordinarieswas r : As ,.* iK.a f stream of molten rock across lief coordinating canter e.

themselves subject to much discussion I .. ... the western and southern
tabllshed
by Bishop Alndr]
As now
presented the .
parts of the flv'* by three mile
It omits the term "people"In text instead of referring to ...f"" L uland. There Olalla of Up. WHOM dlocts
was no Immedl
speaking<< .f responsibility auxiliaries ai being dependent 4' I Includes the Lake Taal arsa.
alt way of knowing the fate
It was to Bishop Olalla that
for Christ's death even In on the Ordinary alone,
of another 3000
persons who
denying that Jews If that now reads 'dependent on his eF e the papal nuncio sent the
were on the 1.landll'h.1t the '
contributionfor
ro"
time authority. The monetary
were responsible.In new text will
eruption took place on September

stating<< that responvbllll the satisfy facultes those of who the asked auxiliary that ,. 28. But chin to .10. An distribution.estimated 10(100( *vcwees -

for for Christ' death cannot Bishop be broadened It will t' OlIO persons were evacuated were IIf'lnlll..n tempo

be attributed to the Jew also satisfy those who called .-.. ,', from the lakt Taal area In shelter In tents school
of His day or to the Jews of for a clear affirmation elf the which lies 40 miles south ol buildings and churches la

today, it omits the expression sole authority of the diocesan Making tiles for floor of Cathedral of St. AugustineBlue here. tour villages In the lake arts.

"still less" In speaking of Bishop. Ptpt Patl's etnctr. ulc. In the town of Tagaytay, just

modern JewsIt yellow and liquified pigment for tiles north of Lake Taal a n d
The text recommends that gray Augustine art pictured In the foreground left A ed through a cablegram sent

inserts the teaching of Bishops Invite their Priests to made in Miami are stirred by Haanaborn ManoloKcobio Cuban refugee. Juan Rodriguez, at right washes new by his secretary of stale, .\mIrt like' It a major tourist attraction

the council'i Constitution on joint discussions especially\ before they are poured into the jigsaw aec- h made tile now being manufactuied by hand in Cardinal ('Irolnanl.11'11 the Sisters of the Good

the Church that the Church 1 regarding pastoral activities. lions of the steel mold In background Two completedfloor Miami for the floor of the Cathedral revealed by the apostolic nun Shepherd set up a canteen

the new people of God. And in The previous text.I tile which will be used in the Cathedral of SU nature her. The cable Bald: and were feeding 2000 personsa
Hating further that the Jews obliged day
cannot on this account be reproved what Bishops to create "Tht Holy Father It deeply here\ In Manila Catholic
appeared! to be a Jurdi- distressed' by the tragic eruptlon \itinn bodies coordinated the
it adds that it would cat body has been modified Ancient artCathedral's fashions
bt false to base such a re- The schema, when discussing Newman Foundation Spanish directory of the volcano In Tad relief' work organized at'alhollc \
prowl of the Jews the hat lake. lit assures his prams colleges and school
on the of new trustee
<< retirement
parish
for the victims and lovingly and,\ the various or-
words of Holy Scripture tile floor among
Priests has been made to con WASHINGTON (NCI A shows migration Imparts to the survivors' ganltatlonsnd the Amerli \-
In speaking of how Jews respond with the text governing Chicago investment banker
pledges': of the comforting and 'an community both In the
should be treated the revised the retirement of Bishops. !Staff' writer and two florid businessmen
from rural areas consoling divine graces of his capital and scattered about
schema enjoins Christians to Besides advanced age other MI\MI The ancient Spanish art of tlle-01'kine hIbf't'n elected to the paternal apostolic blessing various military I base.
say nothing th.tI not serwus causes" are groundsfor board of trustees of the National M4I n RID 1 ('('I /Nearly He makes a personal offerIng the nation begn
\ throughout
conform brought to the western hago e micjihrre hundreds of
to
evangelical truth retirement It has been years /Newman Foundation.
half the parishes In Spain of S.WO for the early rt not only a systematic collection
and the spirit of Christ made clear that the Bishop I.I is now being emplojcdflooring I I in the manufacture of new New members are John W. have fewer than V*> Inhabl Pet of the afflicted Filipino \ of foodstuff. but also a

Bishop Narciso Jubany ...r. not obliged to wait for a for the Cathedral o),f St Augustine The l''nO.I'ulra Clarke. president of the Investment tents to the l people project for baking bread for
according new
nau of Gerona, Spain presented Priest resignation. but he firm of John W
The Philippine government In the volcano area
lion of the edifice 1 people
the commission'a report on can Issue an Invitation that it nearing to make but three weeks Clarke and Company. Chicago !Spanish Catholic directoryThe and (he various aid agencies

chapter two of the schema on be submitted completion during the la dry and harden Robert Thomas president directory, published bv here meanwhile had moblllted .
the pastoral duties of Bishops Great rare was devoted. to 400th anniversary of thecountry' of the Riverfulf Terminal of all their resources to aid ST. AUGUSTINE
the office
To Spanish hierarchy's
the of the relationship make a tile w ith the process and Edward
lie said that as a result of question Tampa D from the volcano
oldest city and which began In Arabia for Information and statistics, the refugees
the approximately 9iO amend of Religious order with Lewis| of Riviera Heath son

nients in the earlier voting on diocesan authority It affirmsthat parish of St Augustine and later fkNirislied In !Spain, of the late philanthropist shows a slgnlflrant migration further. which eruptions: was al threatening am moment

this schema, the text has diocesan and Religious Members o( Miami's Cuban a design piece of brass strips (rank J Lewis of Chicago away from rural areas PONTIAC

been rather fully revised, Priests are coopcrator with refugee colony exiles from is created to match the blueprint RAMBLER

pies in some important pas the Bishop and share in the communist controlled Cuba design and It then fitted Bishops Itt up fund It states that the number of The .\merlca vereas relief .

saxes one Priesthood of ChrISt whose ameitors were also engaged into a steel mold The tilt (undeveloped lands parishes with less than 20 agency. Catholic Relief Banta Brothers
makers all of whom have families Increased bv 114 to !xmlrct Nillnnal Catholic
Bishop Jubanv frnau. according Religious. \ are urged( t* rirrvo Cuban tiles in making cotorful had many years at experience lNrURrll: (NO) The I'Wl! during the pt t'year It Welfare Conference, Immedl- ,. nrnAle
to the council by hand art env .
press in active pastoral mini played here at the Cuban Tilt in their native Havana, carefully Voltinh; Bishop/ have set up a also said that 241 former par telt turned ver I I. he I'htl
office summary. reported, try In keeping llh the nature This pour scoop of hqudiedpigment <'athnlKInternational AI I d lobes bream so small they Ipplne government I0tw

follows! .f their Inttilute The obligation Corporation company to color aprdftcatwusinto Kund to help underdeveloped can no longer lie classified a< and 47tfMMinim's
.a. ....", .It to provide ItOosquare pounds of clothing
A proposition ha< been added Is not applicable I* fret of jigsaw settioos of the tountrles parishes ( af I'nlted Stairs government

to emphasize the duties of strictly contemplative rdrrs. floor an originaldesign mold The fund will help IJ'f'l'ltl'I Some!i dntcee ai e Ixcoming surplus. foodstuffs 81
Bishops to gather togetherand rails Catholic projects which
mote and more unbalanced -
teach their entire flacks. The schema stales that all Mi lilr' makers and five assistants The drtlga piece Is thru ma not cnmplv with all the dtmographlral-I.Iy In addition, the V.S. Agen

and a second proposition religious whether! exempt or are dilly turning cut rarrfully removed from the condition re<]ulre<1 by non..etartan .
not. are subject to their. local speaking! according InMonslgnor FIo.... ( all 0'(1'; "
of '
brings Into bolder relief the the right inch square tllrs *f mold and hackings of fine and agencies for aid the Joe Maria Dial

rights and obligations of the th Ordinary acrd w th* exercise. of gray, gld red and Mue.TW I"n Ulre. cement based Bishop said However. they Shiraz. dlre( tor of the off we GINTY Flows Wired Anywhere
minwtryThe mixtures are leveled. !I. the urged Catholics to aupimrt the Rural becomingmort
areas are / and HU.9
lvmbinf '
** prsaciplM presupposea tiles hear a cross in the l lap of the mold jVels by the secular aid
deserted and weak, andI VA t.242' Carcabat Florist
harmMiv brteeea Bishop
DELAND AREAINSURANCE censer and will peovMe a carpel agencies pointing<< out that
I h 11
and Religious The textretommemts like effect when, tasUlMi A steel plate la lifted on top they often give generous financial against causes which Priests a pessimism art not 12 Will,.", $.'... en| IXIM4 til 1 erne ST

consultations. beUcen Ute main .1.... of the *M of the oemfrt .tatting and tfr* support to prefects for "

BIbopIlid Rtlitlw. Cathedral l).sigi *d by the tile Is fentwd uMr. :3tux3 p s.1 I relieving, poverty and hungerkfwnwred immune

superiors not onlv regardingthe firm president Joe }.*int>erg. with the color fsclttg an li. by 'itMir mug Mufuigimr \Dial writes that

*<:tiMt*. carrwrf on by each tile takes only three mla ral part of the tile .<...tries. many seminarians art expert| I" PrescriptionsmcqD01
THE CONIAD COMPANY the Religious but also to dis- coning t pruiouna ansietyin

cuss the aN..tolte in a guess regard to seminary -
I III I Wit New York A.*AUO
temtorv Calendar of coming methods lit adds that the taIdd
< events
DoLsnd
r Ko"* 734 7272 problem of seminaries is one

of (the most d.frl. lilt and,, urgent
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Nordmann Hardware
FUEL OIL P m parish hall of Mpirttu: Paris, Tampa pm. Blessed TrIM social THOMPSON

Fishing T ci:' lapsed Santo pariah Safety/ Harbor Mat sale. October 13 t a m hall St 1'.I.r'I. Women Spain Sick room supplies ..ftdBAILEY

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Church heeds need for reviews ,, .. .

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: of the members of film education panel at a re bile race from New York to ,

0\L' :National Catholic Education Convention in Parts that features a rivalry

I "New York remarked that of all the groups in Americanow between Tony Curtis in white
and Jack Lemmon in black
engaged in film study activities' it was the Catholic
for audience identification
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easier
t
which most of the work to i rs s
L-hurch aware
I was necessary
Blake Edwards has
be done in this field. directed his low comedy fares GkL
sewers.. inlcicst by the :National
In 'the main. Church author Center for Film Study 'm high comedy style (Unobjectionable %

'ties have been directed to Among the merit films reviewed ] for all i
s arils the attainment of Nobody Waved Good-Bye, 7'Father
ate the following '
free coals moral guidance, enteied around the crucial
Operation (rosbhow. colorful
:'Ie) promotion of worthwhile expcnentet of a teenage
',1ms. and education in the adventure story basedon hoy from a respectable home.
the German
\isua) media developmentof this picture is a sensitive
lung range missiles at the
As a part of this aim, new drama as well as a biting social
end of the Second World \\ al.
reviewed far the coimncntaiy Many a
movies are
Directed with of tension
plenty -

and action bv Michael \impact viewer will of scenes squirm set under in a distinctly the. Lopez High School football team Daytona Beach

Anderson! and acted with assurance -

New films by George Peppard but he middle-class will also find milieu It a, Members of the varsity football team of Mike Lambert, James Berg, Richard Onkan- Charles Ruse, David Haskm. Thomas Bre-

.",.... ",..II, ... iiittiliH, H IM Jeremy Kemp Sophia Loren unique and satisfying experience Father Lope High School present a neat dy, Thomas Tredway. manager, middle row. alto, Steven Ryan, Steven Rosaelot David

HIM' H littierClaM and a long list of stars in Special credit must go appearance in their jerseys at the Daytona Michael Maccaro, Richard Whitson. Thomas Janeczko, Stephen Gildea, James Jennings

\, Section 1 mall but interesting roles. to the two >'olnstara/ Peter Beach athletic field Foreground, from left White. James Tillotson, Joe Wagner. Peter Michael Kemmer. Stuart Fagan; James

Acting honors go to Llli Palmer Kastner and Julie Brlggs at are Thomas Melvin, manager: Steven La. Beaupre, Michael Schilsky. Leonard Kruk. Schwarz. Coach Joe Hergert.: Head Coach
and Tom who
(Morally unobjtNtmnable provide finely-Courtney etched charac;: well as to the director Don Cour, Larry Gowen, Lawrence Balewskl Frank Nelson, Bill Broughlon : and back and Athletic Director, Bud Asher.

for general; patronage: ) lei'nations. ( Unobjectionable Owen i Unobjectionable for Michael Carey Daniel Nolan, Gary Brown ground, Coach Bud Spicer Coach John Stofa
adults -sod.... affnl1'.r"nl'.1" ..V
Snow WhiteChildhd.( Prod i for alii i
45I54/544%'"""/ /"""'-.,'\\\\\\\\\\\\ H.S. football
Diocesan
Son
This is a low budget but well

(Morally ClaM\ A unobjectionable, Section II executed plot concerns crime five film thieves whose try- YOUTH Barry's Barons pick up initial victory

ing to discover which one of .
for adult and adolescent)
(hem has stolen their loot Di MNNNN NNNINNINNIN.NNNNININNNNNINNY Harry High ing Into the end rone wherehe mate, Dave I sen berg, made Quarterback M.ke Alters

Boy Cried :Murder The (Col I reeled with particular attention BISHOP 's 'fans had the fell on it for six points, ;S8 over the Colonial field burger alternated the thrusts,

Class A, Section ill I to plot development by Academy of Holy Bishop Moore Meet taste of victory for the with Stan Kmet converting yard markers. getting the opening and closing
Jacques Defav. it features
Defense featured the second TD's himself and using

(Morally<< unobjectionablefor the' acting talents of Michel"iiiclair Names Tampa High School fist time this season when half of the game on Barrvrield In Jacksonville Bishop help from Bernie Cavanaugh,

adult) Claude Dauphin and 'heir/ gridders ran over St Petersburg!. with Kenny's gridiron men were Ronnie Brahmer Bill Reed
Charles V'anel ilnobjection. OKI\M) The staff for Dunedm 19 (. The Barons and Graham
TMI'A new course 0 Dunedin getting/ their lone defeated by tough Lake CIty. Jerry Morgan

Mickey One /Col.i I able for adult I has been added to the curriculum The :Miter has just been announced I jpitahzed on a Falcon fum- score in the last quarter. 20-0: Coach Jont Tyson's Crusaders Moose. for additional scoring.

Sands of the Kalahai < Para. ) The (Great Rare A grand at the Academy of the at Bishop Moore, The hie early in the game when rushed to 12 first
potpourri of sight i gags. exaggerated school will be headed
paper downs. the first their
Class R action and broadcharactl'izations Holy Names in Tampa Miss end Larry McQuiIlen pickedup The last minute of the last opponents Jesuit High School gridders
this by Kathy Dolan, editor
year had permitted this season .
Hoi J. Zluir in loose ball and ran 25 quarter found neighborhood continue to show power journeying
that are In a professor and editors Jean Vtroble a but close" to
(Morally objectionable in Orlando rivals. Moore "awfully to Plant City to de.feat -
the tradition ranging: from I English: : and humanities at and Albert Kunze The first .\dids for the lead TI). Bishop scoring was the only result
part for all) Mack' !Sennett to Laurel and staff ml'elmg11 held Saturday and Kdgewater, tied Then the hometowner'i, :0 S,
llaifh llinnoiou! complies the University of South Florida at the school ('IMC'h John .\sh's team the Eagles; gained a grudging Two diocesan rivals humped Coach Ray Dicharry's Tigers
Curse lions abound on the automo is now conducting a classir. used hacks r lihu Bra' ) boy, vard on the Hornets to go heads, and when the opened the scoring with

humanities to present, not In conjunction wllh the National \rt Sunset and Mike KlodanIn ahead 147 Coach Harold lights stopped flashing :Melbourne a 67,yard pass play from

the college work itself, but Merit Scholarship qualification mount a running attack \eJ on'l up.sel.minded team Central Catholic High quarterback Frank Maisari

Stresses discipline aids an introduction and back- tests, letters of commendation dominated the first half and School had outscored Cardinal to halfback Jack Kaufman.
that the Barons their
have been received gave: forced Kdgew ater to wait I Mooney high School, 4<- The Tampan s also got a good
ground {for it. bv KuKsell ,"tlll-h, 19 I margin at half-time. until near the end of the second II. ball carrying drive from halfback .

atmosphere for learning Miss Zbar is a graduate of John En rlhardl, John Kaller quarter before yielding FA Cimmo while lino-
The third and final touchdown
the Academy of the Holy The Hustlers had three
Sick Cope, Hubert Russn a touchdown" men Ed Shea Joe \\eale and
Names she studied abroad was the result of a Mike
ULNOOSHI! PARK, \'f'rlllu'lt't(! ) Discipline' must and Katherine Sagnn Students quick touchdowns Done Taylor anchored a rugged
for a time and is now completing and trachtrs give them blocked punt by Jerome The Hornets sprung a lung Kaier, Lou Sicolo and Tom
bt defense'
imposed and students
by professors accepted by to <<
her doctorate at the congratulations :Mansfield the football t bounc- puss play 43 yards from Geraghty scoring; before the
create a proper atmosphere for learning, the president < 'Iorida state university buckrl Vtroble In end Ted reserves took over. Ger?hty
Michael's College has told two separate meetings here, The work will be divided An organizational meeting Zaffran to light: up the totaled three TD'i himself Clear ater Central Catholic

Father Gerald E, uupont into two sections, one for each of the Future Teachers club Bishop Barry Scoreboard In the 3rd quarter The visiting Cougars from High School's football
8.S.E told a student assembly Ing of teachers the same day: semester The first kernestors was held last Wednesday Sarasota got a final period team found a tiger in their

that the "discipline of "There is only one sound \ material is concerned Election: of officers proved tobe School tally\ when Dave Gettleson back yard and lost to Pal)

study" it necessary to produce criterion for teachers to follow with the Greek and Roman the most important item on High Wroble. chosen bv local mooted, Coach Jack Schw' 'steam melts, 147. The Tigers' half-
back-of the
a trained intellect and their elfect the the agenda When the ballots newspapers! 'week back. Mike \uderman
This it their own conscience myths on ST I'r.TI: .HSBl'ltd A his had some respectable gained
for
"There must be freedom from the judgment they arts music drama, arc'hi. were counted the following fighting performance statistics particularly in Larry more than :200 yards
member of the United !States 67 cards
motional disturbances and make upon the quality of their lecture. and poetry throughthe were found to be the new officers roteign Service Jay H Blow, gamed while his during!! the Sandburg to Sonny llaulaasaerials against the Marauders and

from strife, !so that reflection performance in the class I first century B, C. Nancy Hart president frs delivered a lecture to evening, running hauled In two scoring passesto

Ie t possible he added loom. A teacher should ana During the second semester Pat Anderson vice. students of Bishop Barry High The undefeated Hustlers! hand Coach Armand !Sa-!
the I llehiaic and the mote president; Sheila O'Brian. sec bourin's team it's first defeat,
Regulations are Imposed to lyre his position and ask himself School on Tuesday September Vincenfians urgedto under the expert coaching of
Christian will retary.; Jean \\roble. treasurer
recent
stories
whether he is doing all 14 flay Robbins have now tallied -
create' 'this condition of 1'1'1. .tier III' high scoring
and Barbara
he studied' for their effect on ; Rod, rro .
that Is required of him. A 102 while allowing
points
five he said.
IranqiiilltT. wins central Catholic had I.
chairman The next f champion f the
I the ails. from i the first century grain
positive anslPr111 resolveall only :31 In theteam's
'Controls art necessary to of b. opponents settle" for seven points Is the
meeting the club will
the ," I A U. through the Itenaisaance. on
problems victoriM
develop young men Into Octoberl2 three : final quarter on a rsuledatle -
A comparison of classital cause of seamen
adults Father suit! nnth A bake sale was sponsored ,1 DIM from qusrterburk
Dnpont the in conjunctionwith .tae In their second hard foughtcontest
He told students they should students must be made" to Christian legend/ will IIlustiale hv the Handmaids of the rllll.III.I.I'IIItfI( the Green Waves of John kiss U halfback IllekVtllmn.
Rlessfd !Sacrament last week n. Father Thomas C :\tlon- bark cfn nield toMs
how
remember "it Is not their role work and work' hardKvery the ancient Ira School
Father Ut'''r High"
to change the stated obectivti ilit inn both suppoited and .Ml !proterdi from this sale ough C SS It cited the contribution for an M yard touchdown .
,| Blowers IoRI. a. tt Baldwin
of the college or the ; 'teacher must 1 teal nieiiiul! with developments in were used for their mission of the M Vincentde .

means by "hlch the college i/e that t the ('1<1581"0011is a Early: Christian Gothic, and projects! which Include adop-- Paul Society to the develcpment ('el'h Hud Viher's sqsnd Reversing tan pails season
workshop and it is his duty lion of native child of the wroMwideapoalleship role of
strives to reach these ohJl'ctives. Krnaissdnie art forms, a did not accept the usder defeats the St Joseph Academy -
to( work on the minds of the
of the ea movement riot outrunning the Indians
students in that classroom The :National' Honor Society squad traveled to Bunnell!
He admitted however, that Stationed at the Sew Delhi m an address here on the ground and
lie has not this has chosen Us\ officers, HeadIng and defeated the Bulldog,
..ieor students be ill accomplished Lay apostolate embassy far f the past tae through the air, led by quarterback '
can 'task by lecturing no matter the \IIS this year will he llr urged \lmrntlans I* M The Msurtes from Mufuslwe .
uable in some areas When how unless he Kathy Sajan president: IIIII'rl't'n pears, Mr, Blowers has had a devote even inure of their renourrei tarn Ralewskl and .\ massed Coach F1

expressing their views measure brilliantly. the growth I of! tan his world congressset 0,Brian, t president.; unique opportunity !. observe le the opirttuallydeatllate halfback Larry (;Kiwen Drools diagrams to register

though the students should\ students under the Influence .1. h n Cardmcla, treasurer; many Important world events and hungering soulsof With Baldwin registeringa a shutout aVferwIselv

"offer them through committees of these lectures for Oct. '67 Barbara Itiidiik, secretary, firsthand. men of the tea" TO m the third l perM. the Bark of line week
rather than !
Ue do pay attention Indl\ldually.to a committee II* added Ihe students! HOW: American M game's
presenting a complaint Mill !glow inlellettiiallv unilei \ Congress for the Lay sear was highlighted by a points of meeting of the St incest de

as being representative of a discipline and It Is (Ihe task of .\I'o| tola''. will nitct here in skit presented by the senior foreign policy Security Paul !Society on September piav but muted the try for Bishop Moore High VhoolUnemss

considerable segment of the teachers to Imp| () .. discipline October( t7! to help the Kit Is. The rally was In preparation through strength, keynoted Tthe secretary of the us. the tie. of the weeki
No'; teacher can expect many for the first homegame the talk tonal Catholic of
student body ('hu'c'h's laity\ meet the new spostleship "
student to impose this disci iesH| >nsil>ilitie. mal'llI'd| nut an Invasion from 'Progress through paitaer. the sea conference. said that Tamps C a th.lit l i IhghShod's Ken Frisbe

Father I Diiponl told a meet( plme themselves for them by the Secondati- Ikigewater: ship." he continued, eoabtee three quarters of a centuryao football team continued Bishop Barry High School
to line ourselves. with theother on the MfeettiM Mill( .
us
can Counl'llTht' The spirit of the rally ton before anyone ever
date was clouded bv tinned Into the game The developed nations of thought of Ihe apostleship' of wetly out dM.a.ct*| flaW heal scores:

M E N I An Invitation the executive hoard of the Hornets rrf' able to hold the the world in an attemptto the see." Mncentism weto High The' >Colt>M of Coach Tom Bishop. Barry (11Dunetlii
work' with Incite nattotn in
pei'main'nt committee" for inteinational favored Eagles to one touchdown the first to champion t h e |
can't use
you a congresses of the and match it with one achieving the kind of world cause of seamen Murray lOt ptentv of running

Lay \ptMoate! at the meeting of their own until with 110 t in which we want to Use" Father McDonough who '..m GregVo*-4ers a s d Bishnp Mmre 7
Kevin Power. Pad of ahemscored
heie September lill minutes remaining Edges: He added! that community also serves as port chaplain Idgewater: |I.
ter drove to the one foot line under law Is another goal I in New. Orleans noted that Iwo towehdlswn's The
Our Lady MaxE / k The original l 1lfi6! dale for and then punched It over to which will enable u* "to bwtd even though. the apostleship hrirt l score' for Ihe victors Bishop, Kesot- *

I the congress was postponedat 1 break the tie I hp1001'1': a work! order based on law" of the MS i I' an independent came when. Tom McClsMi Lake ('fly :t
A
ofFlorida the Holv Sees request In battled back, but the !vote at Finally a need for "JIt'au Church agency today the caught a 38 yard pt from Melbourne Cent tats

older to allow more lime for the end stood 14 7. After the through prrtexeraiNe' based Si Vincent de Paul Society quarterback Gary Taylor over Cardinal I M
of the (' the goal law of Golther Sis Meaey \\t
adequate studs 011I1.
game each school stood in upon a genuine desire for continues to make a vital contrioulion -
cil's decision on the rriponslbllitles 1- tribute as the other alma permanency was the cwichid. to its existence drum IV TamttM's strong rather' Upei tRaUUIn

of the laity In the mater was pll)rd. ing Mea in the talk of Mr defense. stMowl the facto 7
acrid Some lead lives of the second half
htircb and the )Blowers seamen seers ui
MONASTERY RETREAT HOUSE Four colleges get eddying holiness, said ralhf'flcllon..uCh. Sore e u

PASSIONIST FATHERS Either: congiesses 1 met In lie also explained that the Santa Fe High School I alto Temple Heights s
I9j| and 1957: loans for dormitories foreign service is an agency made it two victoro in a

Friday Ev.nin9-S"nd.y Afttrnoon ,bout 2X() >0 delegates<< are W .\sill\tiTON (NO) Th, of the State Department and Rut he added separationfrom .h Jesuit Htfli 7 t
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lie os"' c r expected Preparation for the community facilities admmistration hat over 3M potts aU over parish church *od' the Hetjms 310. haunt. l'ley |
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Individual May RtquUr For r.J' Jk has the world These stations vary months sod
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"; several earn Regional for dormitory' contrudlon to in sue from a one.man rensulate sears separation from wife (each Jack Barker Hjuksscored T
Any Weekend )S Regulation Ft* I'M"m. Palmetto
!prepuiatorv mretllls11!: \ beheld four Catholic colleges Theyare In a little South \mri. and children lor long periodsall Is each ported w"!" ]|

I on the various continents Emmanuel: College Boston ran seaport to the I' S em. of this antes a vas K! yard total attack .. lie !M J.w,k |

during (the two years preceding : ft 9 million. St I MuhnelsCollege bauv In :New Delhi India, mm of f.lllth"11 thinking and frovnd Bunnell |

TAMPAINSURANCE the congiess Santa ..... New lest which ewptejs over Stein people aitmn m iers% .>' men 'Mi

The preparatory theme is ('0. MOO.(WO. College of the sail,

Imtmonfi: Catholics' I I llalv Names Oakland Call The .llIdnl' .f Barrv Ihe* SCHOOLSAcademy
Chriiitians ro..nla.. I1Y),UOO.
\mong" AmongMen supplementing joined In arty rxlentive divrusulnii EDUCATION FOR

Fire .Ante lif. .Homo or But:nest and an iKimmitan earlier SVHOOOO College loan Ra .( the ,rt'Iul Adasnltualiee. AEROSPACE AGE

HENRI A, MONTEAU \\IVOIIMH JitMUHl, S.1Od tar e" coc"1oe ur Of The
('In. I ( sii|>pir Holy Names
lui i.t'1' tou* "' '*oo*' (untie diet c.1II(
'l MORELAND.OLIVER.MONTEAU, INC. merit me an earlier loan of. :New MI" tease from' his em.
....,QuO at5d5"rcad Rn d_ ...d dry school foe :... Grades .
I eeo to e..l.e. Fui
;M )1 Wtiltrn Un. Buildma; taw.aa Nuss poet. Mr Blowers K in .
Phone +de.eureltr. n.rod"od. Pr.9"M ;acl.des' coleye p.p..soe' 1 .... .....1
22f-lfll ,
T." M, Floflo't \ St Petersburg to visit( his tor vrofrtMi Accredited '
\1t::: Australian schoolswill :arna. muse ... e"d sera Ceedres.d
parents Mr and Mrs Ja H eMi.lepea i by S sh i of t*>o rto ,
Names. JUt I.yskeee 1M..,,,. T.e"p. Fieeds.;
10 .
t.: :; get some help Blowers A graduate of Saint grades
"THE HOME OF GOOD IMPRESSIONSFALEVKBA 1? Ir co. _"\ II; LBO llt\:. Vu.trilu Paul! School in St Petersburg 12 M MMtXMWiM.Gnox .
krJ "
Alusihuwvwlc111 .
(NC) The Premier of NIC and a graduate of fie lasdr..1...tilt"e... ROSARIAN ACADEMY

miSTISCG .. .. .... tons state has Utm entry of FVnda he aUo .
IM./M MILT C.a announce a Hmitd.Cot
ehat'one R.rdee; sod.. .. ck..ol foe
1WM..Ia,5.Yy ei/1., a Iw.lab government served tn the US Navy before ley trV ? aheno .f b..niJ lei.
plan to .
.. aunt 'IIr"" VonwwAir
'
'.wry laws ii. ala.e work. 6e.ee t..
........ rce'tr.5w 1 air rl+n.a private secondary schools by esters!' the ForeinSenrhe J. wart ,.._.- Se e. FvIy .cv.d's.d.. N.. 1.14I.
102 South Temp. Strut Tampa, Florida; Mar ......,... a ......... sisbsidiiinc Mtereet IN't', m I** .9L A' nporse. nmue. r4. 4r....t.u. Dwelled br S..toot e4
.....f....... u Florida Academy St. o.oft. Far cae.hq.dd'.Ir ..,:......
Member Christ The Kinq end Sired Hurt f., i\*" It11n"sss.a A..YIr. CII' funds borrowed for school! mils news was reported 111

...... ....... ..... ...,. un building projects Thomas Meek. ItOSA.IAN ACADEMY. WEST PALM |[*CMI



"norMa! ( .
Cathollc Frk .y. October 8. 1M3 .. .
... .
Immigration 1 ''CO "j"r I (-,. '"1r -. ... -;' '.'" '"I .': -'nr"I, ; \ e.'.'.... _, ," ,. UN's/ / parish/

quota "
system ..
d-- ", 'l, "/I '

killed J' ::". : : :: "f"j v citrcopens
liberal .
; change voted C M'r'' 5' :;i 'I" ( .. .


WASIIIl'iGTON (XC-A) 40-year campaign to lIbtoralIze library to aidNEW
the nation'. immigration '
la..
wu capped with
tory here when the Senate by a 76 to 18 vote pawed lrgill'vic I YORK (NC) A

lation which will abolish the Lon g crib ised > __ center dedicated to Catholic
c nationalavNNNSN.NVNN.vvvvvv. ..
origins quota system. .. thought on and ROclal
(peace
.
John E. McCarthy director .. \:,. I -' ..... ... justice opened at the'
'I .
.
of the Immigration Department Now U.S. lawEW ..... ,,' .j.... ": parish church of the United
National
Catholic Wei- .' if' \. .. Nations three days before
fare Conference saluting the PORK (NC-Presi: >)> :=' ..II :

Senate action last week, asserted d e t London B. Johnson iI" j .. Pope Paul's historic visit

: "The. death knell to signed the' newly.paised Immigration "t. ., ... The Pacem' In Tftrii' Library

discrimination in our Immigration reform bill on ()c. -named for the ecytli.

process now has been tober 1 at the fool of the ..-.r".j cal on peacs written by the

sounded." Statue of Liberty.The ":'- late Pop John XXI1I--opened'

But the battle by liberal dramatic signing ceremony J..t .. at.:_ ,. iti doori on October 1 to the

forces will continue: came three Oran after ::.III. ;, United i Nations communityand

( ngrets gate final approval ....... scholars in the! field of
... "
The Senate' bill contains a to the' legislation. .. = '" international r lltlonl,
precedent-shattering: :1- 1
which fixes for the first provision timea """"l INNNNNNIINN.N, --, .. It Is deigned ss s special"

ceiling of llo.OOO Imrnl- lug of Boston Bishop Edward rn :.-. 'JI...-pas." reference center 'for Catholic

E. a fIIIII \I.. .. teaching aa price, International .
S"
grants a )ear, euluslte of anslrom, executive director w 'V ..... .. relations and law and
spouses parents and children of Catholic Relief Services '! ".;;" ,
a 'II
of I'.S. churns from Latin NCWO in New York I 4 P -..vrw the '1I'laland economic questions

America and Canada, bfoI.Iln .- and Monsignor John O'Grady "'"fi1 ee which ar. .( concent lethe

July 1, 196! retired secretary' of the National t'nll.iltlon.. ..

Conference of Catholic the library recently ,.-
Such
a provision was kept Chanties
tsbliihed lea archdiocei'
by
out of the bill
which
the House
Chief 'features of the Senate of !New York Is located at
passed on August 25 The liberal
and (House
'
bills
approved
provide Holy Family church the UN
legislators have
hope of
'
knocking out the provision In Coquina used in contemporary style Votive ChurchThe parish church where Pop
Paul VI met with
,\ briefly
the Senate blouse' conferencesto ceiling of 170.MM ad-nls-
Catholic Proteitant and J.".
reconcile: the differences ilons a sear exclusive of par Votive Church for St Augnatine's the Castillo! de San Marcos, when it Will built Aiuhtcr Corporation of Jacksonville la working hh

between the two measure enti, spouses and children. of Mission! of Nombi de D>os is being fashioned with atone from the same island source A on the' Votive Church under apeciflcationa ) groups wIth, the maintaining United' Nations contacts

The chief feature' of both 1'.S. rllirriu, 'from rnunlrlesoutside from boulders of coquina quarried on Anastasla process! has been devised! to cut the stonesIn made by the noted architectural: : firm of FstsblUhment of the library
bills Is abolition the of the Melern Hem-
of '
al origins quota system nation and (sphere. Wand, the same material used for the different airca The' coquina wall of the Eugene F. Kennedy rf Bolt n. fiR Catholic racial leaching

the beginning of s 'first come. prominent monument of Spanish occupation building, above, I is barked up by bricks: The grew out of a raquent by United .
.\ ceiling a 0,0110: ) admissions Nations perionnel that
first served" policy by July' -
a year from any onecountry such Information be readily
1. 1968. The nations)
origins Polish church will Pieta return to available for coniultatioa ..ndtU"'J''h.
used
quota system the 1930US ) Priorities
for unmarried Observers that U.S. .
census to determine the children of U; S. citizens agree St. Pat.r'i, Nov. 2
number of Tht Pacem In Terrls LJhrary -
immigrants be
to and be built in Rome :NC-Michel.
admitted to this each spouses unmarried ihil- NEw: PORK ( ) will .1111 publish a quarterly
country dren of permanent resident. angelo's famed sculpture! .
Sear I aliens professionali and others \VriC\N ("ITICI( Anew leads birth control driven 1'ieta.," which has bee tranilatlons bulletin of periodical presenting lit.
It long has been criticized
church In honor of Our
with skills in arts and viewed by millions at the !New eratur not available laFngllfth .
at favoring immigrants from sciences married aoni and Lady of Cientochowa. thtpatronem York World's Fair Is scheduled .
northern and western' Europe. (ieorge )1. lUrmaimltMXili "In Africa' one of the great : reprints and ahtracti -
daughters of I'S: citizens. of l Poland. will be to begin Its trip back to of significant Fngllin
while discriminating againstthe brothers and sitters of I'' S. : ; ; ) ': (NC) Mow! can PUC:(' 'Hlinf( generation eat oh I.tl) I to development' Home November 2 on !th*
!built in Home to commemorate language material, book re
rest of the world Is the lower population' tlcnsl-
I" Over the Catholic and citizens: workers whose skills the first millenium of *, each larger than the one before achieve living ty" Italian liner CrIMoforo' Colombo views". and annotated lists' of

years are' needed in this country. Chnitianitv. In that countryThe standards worthy of man's rll..nityTh current books and prrlrwtlrallrl'lal..d
other
religious: leaders have and refugeesSenator People ate. ties I'alll't..dIhrClIlKhout The will\ be shipped
challenging question prrm-ntrd in many forms sculpture to Catholic social
been' in the' forefront of the Edward M Kennedy plans fur the chunk vant uiulrr|"''''' boat and
at the recent United Nation WorM Population Conference ) to Naples by leaching.ORLANDO' .
effort to obtain more equitable revealed Poland's Luau un. and this makes
of Massachusetts wan the were by then taken overland to III
US. immigration laws flax manager of the measure primate, Mefaa, (ardiaal 14)*- here, provoked plrltej cnntroveraien between those development programs: road .permanent place l In "St
leaders in the. fight have Mho would place emphasis on population curbs and others and essential! tervue -
In the Senate' carrying< on f)" ll, following a recent building (Peter's FU'lllca, whrrs It was
Included Bruce M. Mohler and the efforts undertaken by his private audienre with Pope' who ,,'ouldi"E" major sirens to development of economic difficult to Initiate" Installed In 14911Hungarian

his successor John E. McCarthy I'.ul 11.During. and natural resources. .
brother the late President "Wherevere the population
ed whit, he 'termed an "emo- WINTER PARK
as director of the !1SCNC John K Kenned!) when he Many conference ubur\u' llunal 'llIIplIl n"'or' worldwide density Is enough, YUun Prlttt
( <<
the audience the"'
Immigration Department: campaigned in the House/ in agreed that birth control al the !move" he continued "Th.robl.m .
Cardinal informed the l'Of"of reintenure sentenced to prison
Joseph Cardinal Hitter of St
the Senate and the Africa' Ii nut the
in in
prem \)
1 control tenti
Population at (the .I( glt
Louis. Richard Cardinal Cush-' dencv for liberal Immigration plans being made for the expense" same as the problem In Alia"AI BONN (tNt') A Hungarian!! !
celebration of the millenwen men! pievslled I Ing adequate' attention' t the
law the In. Pried arrested. tail May hat BILL BARDOEFORD
the conference,
In Poland neit tear. and presented 2 The leading pro(>.mefitl important subject II'( the re ,

ORLANDOWINTER him with, the' first copy of .poftilatwm limitation art Utlonihlp between f fund ..uppit trrnational Planned I'aient been given, it a was one learned year unionsentence her. FACTORY DEALER
hood Kc-di'ratkm sixmsored a
Children'sClothes of a newly' printed repraduc \nwricans and pulnllon medical. seminar" at which, Father Plus llalau was accused SAVE ON YOUR

PARK turn of an 11..lfIdtJ.. S The confereme itself waiI' t tin OlleMeain. fmused renewed a color movie on the "SIM tion "Ideological\ Influent NEW CAR DEAL

Line whM-h will be lined daring tMceremonies I -dominated attention on the cnn method" of atnution was pre 'e" on youth and 'revolu, 'h, ,S6-UU .y

Father Henri ir Riedmatlen 'fereme's mod oitimllir| pica sentedMm. tionary activity" This i Is nit w, H.y. 10 I

Fined lit. children near The meeting gave renewedtmprlun () I' the Holy See's otMterver Mlalton. a )paper" Oft 'Kood ( Claik. the l>wvli>n pop second time h* has been Imprisoned .- ..... e, c;

Locsly Owned i Ope-.led at b\ld9.t pares to rumors circulatingfor at the meeting, ttresaed the n *ourres' of lite Faith.: gin station eixrt| and a memlier MambarS I
some time in Vatican etc danger of tilt ro IIII/fl'NK'f "falling en earlier hv K M Malln nf
lyF Amp! pa'kmq, in clap del that the I....* mmnelf into a unilateral, one-aid the Soviet I time' The Mot of the/ loIpc1l iwnmlmion. on. FAIRVIEW I /, Charl.l .
and xilstmn, de luilb .
marriage/ ix {
F. SUSAN NURSEY mi I at the tzeitochowa shrine. problems' II* declined to that the fond potential of the Cleaners A Laundry
hli, ml'mlH'r.hlp on
but the (rdwal said nothing single out the t'S' as the earth i I. really limitless of I.HKIHD.p.itdakU Conf.c Mr" n.m.. w.r.,,
PHONE GA J.345J Herman J. Heidrich the communion' and Its potirv. ,\ Fabric! Car
of IUI'h plan Last May Now' main source of the alleged,. Mr Malm held that it It 1f'C'.y Hut he (told a re C'.. I I ..(Wilt Ml I 4 )14 foe bcal sdi I"tkn .

& Sons ever he personally **.i 4tded 'one aidedoets possible' without capital' es utter 411) Edq...tf, 0,1..._. ..
| *i*
RII ERS ._. w an imitation to the Pope Hut the Priest said It areas! .pentfttiif. to e steed t nit I VII.
Ia'P' III hIM in Manias councilbUIIMSS : "The ahnrtliHt film ihnuld
n l./ Pro W ''''' a tragedy that th' w* wttn pep ed" areas to |Inv.WJrmll> .
Sinai ..... "twe" resent the. great nope of t*. food for mor. than .,nn billion nut he Ignored I hope. )ltlf will ,ir$ TIME TO SPRAY YOUR CITRUS TREES

,14 North Oronq. A... The conwrsfoBe far the world of tomorrow. termt people mote than twice gel the news about It I I. the PLANT ANNUALS AND FERTILIZE YOUR LAWN

new Ham** ctMircli will he M development" btcavse nl the worlds present 1"11. \merlcail pipers so lh.t people

Gary's Duck Inn Mewed bv ...... .Pad awn their human and scientific. reMMtrres tiontrth capital' esprndltwes will\ know just what Plm" JAW LANDSCAPING and NURSERY

Douse time during Ike' OwMtTl would take a ver\ planted" acreage ran bf'nf.fIt1iod Red Parenthood 'I. ut 'I.. W. FAIRIAMKS' AVI. WINTER PARK
I 1400
4'ren I *. IH pin fourth .e..wn tilt ('......, .....t."," approach I. led I I. rure for up to .
.
fluent
"ilftt IIIIM M One of the rIIIC'C'I..d
III of fleet Mill Mil ..'.MM"S Mid population, problem 110: btUton pNPt./ he claimed Catholic leaders at the con

rr.w II ..wia A mange from I'reoideniowed U.e nf solar. energy. the fereiwe was rather "Manialai' BULLETIN to RESTAURATEURS r

V 'in' ,. '. Ie It It "'" .....,ffl nilLEWIS om'in Lyad.n, R J..hn.wl krr.hed (I.\ymt of ....!. and regulation d. 1.lal'| K J caw of the I 1911- Them
Values since
COIIEXTERMINATING the I' K domuuMire. nf and. utiUurttan of hem" Honest .1 Try J JAND"GLA5SWARE
first to itrnfiuM In (lttureiM 1. ore a.M a fun. ... ..1 .... ...r
Oita a .y It W,". Hr..,," CO the "\eat' The PreMoVntpledged cal rtaiwrcM would provld Paris II years ago that f. *..... t.. ........ ........
|VI IT senor._._r.c_.. wt-trrx rl.a tut'fIIorl of the. Amen. Hwugh. for trilltens' of people the Church mUtltttk\ with tOm CHINA CO jJVf [
en COLLEGE PARK lilt .*M s> ,S l. f. i rae gotentemmt. m cUmin, to !ho saidKsre4 im'teasing. approval net a In it .... .1a. a.a. ... a a.e.l <......01.... H.
STEAK. .
.- MI oa achieve a breakthrough. .bringing
FLORIST .: lor Waitoni Europe; meant for some couplet to
ON A SKEWER I 'into balaM the worldrenourt < .
e
n" m if 'w hV rrryuic tapauty fnr practice family planning The

.,..,ia.afW, (at* sin era I.,|MMI.< II U _I I'"' St. Charles r.. and th/ world s pap |*,....t.*.. ta arM through Jesuit rtrtt' ionlraceitmn"

lro.1.4 0..*' i almfiTh lilt the world ii far hither hut \believes I dmo raptiicpreoavres WATKiNS

n.. 0,.* 04..,-kn' statement gnen to th* duo the artist awnnrr of inhaMMts .. well at familvartuotmta

s1.S0 L.a.1.90faw.l WALTER MENGES P nrar't' Ira pafMlHwn esperti according to NIt roquiro tht use i.(
from M natiMii was In* awls .Mm. Wmsl/ of time I'niver' rhythm M many "inotaw M UK" PAINT WALL PAPER
,c --.e4 oJ' ...
Clot";. T.A. .,
.,
meiMf from a head of NwMia of !MaurMMia ORLANDO WINTER PARK
th islawl
........ My program on
..-..'-- ... '.....1.:1- The f...... In. M..t Wear M. F. Kershner About fourth ., U* partu i ipanli to atabius t th* birth
S -.NA M- f.r esamplf, Vwilkmert-
204 N ORANGE AVE and ooaerveti weirm
rail UVough. mamma
JTUIJ CPSPLAT1D Avon F._ S' J...... ATIAV TI.[ --I."ElIS \ .TK ansMtorsliag ra It 'liHlIl!( ...1 IT s per rent 'ky tlx Church: is attracting afipruvM
AC .( $ORJtS .f hi rtiisl ,earrln<< rapel- THOMSON & McKINNON
.
worM atlMlmi and la liegwnmg
.
,. aa Ileailfle4rld ly, lie claimed Heiiero I..rope

.In Etlt 001..._. SlW'. ';01o"t...., Harm, Phone CY 39954AcfMt .. program I* bring mere I. I. s 11.hl p..MI"' a I III achieve lomrHt re IPI ORLANDO SINCE l 1124M.k.a

.land .../.., riHhalUa aad U kra.1. .f II. ,,*......lc trek aultiThe, .
W. W. S. 3
Han TV. Mom. Yen nt L.fa .t Tq.t.
.taw ( .....111 Ruler al .
..
From S4. Ch.r4nI..IPel app,, modrrs mHhodt at l iqun awl .,'Ittiul.... he N.r Yori St. 1..h'1'
|rrhn.l..gv I* .1,,.<1, e.Mn | laid the conlomn,. HomlntrM" DEMETREE BUILDERS farm arreage. fir Seas tar Mary AMcott. Taiom and .,h.. p'm'pd' .ithaeq.ee

5107 fad CeJoo..1; Dr her ." i= /.. Olleldeaia' .( lrela4 attack Ht pf>t...*"1 hot itreu he Nf.*hiitftoi wen will. rttumfrom COINER CENTRAL I MAGNOLIA fHONl I4t4"l8ffor
Pill. anann PIP. .. ptecod IhrougtuMt the world liuvam I'nivertrly. mHelgium

... ,, slit ta ota the
Spine .u. 11ft 1In.1oprMtIt M ttw n1PPrN year )
... .. ,far
0. Ft. .
Ie, pm.
ilL IS n.,. .irriI.OI i.a .M. '....... forMilaratlwr 'lardy of to \ItaHverssljr of
e.4. en..>. BLOSSOM TIMEFLORIST Jacqiaii 0 ')mil (......*. calM. tor aa (later TRUE FRUIT/ FLAVOR :

.. HUM! .rruti. X J. who teariles anal, Iumgdieary .",....h to the fog JUST 1 l

MA .. .. r.. 4111. NIO S 0...... /'_ T' |..ytprii. at tile etakap.rat.d _Mlo prs.l.m TW. inn s n
farowwvir rased ae ur.rat.4 PENNIES
BRADFORDSStationerslnc. IHI711 NI I. 6A3 S2 7AQUINO'S MMvarnty < Butumburatarwdi ..
Africa look strong .... said

7707 MANDARIN DRIVE estoptton. to a statMnonl by ... added lINt dua cannot PER CLASSIC!

I aa AIMTHM p.f tiH.< that' ht a and. .y ocwMaiMiM

PHONE nullS Uw world ....lei I b> "(Mttrr nf snnaina..in woifcg< misoMiM
H.A. IESAUJ $10000 o. )1" ,... A.. s.uttt SEIVIM6 THE with a oTM....aMjM rei',141 from ipvMtoato nt DRnIK Ph'' 1lfTI4I.iS / r

Pen... MI 4,7131WM FINEST' ITALIAN FOODS ,..,.1M1OfI tIMor da.nnp4mN a MhN"a.lsgm Putt tOD>lOVlTAAUf4C .

., Pak DINNERS! FROM .held that Ut.. t w..It ... p.yrhatnela' and hit ENRICHED 1 \

MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN 4 )Q f M. ,. 1 II moo 1 P M of the .tolMf wile. Irwn .u ur'an.ne' saampM ,

torn PLAZA LOUNGE ..,....,iaiatsmtLmog'raphw. She sisal. p.pslalion ...,,,

Individual' Fried Chicttn Dinner S 1.00 'V 447 1MO M..a4. pee'r'''' oft! Para "..at aw coMidtrod. urJnj/ t\

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Fish Dinner; JI.OO FRUIT DRINKS '

Shrimp Dinner; $1.15 F 4| Y.... c...." Hm.da'.O dy ?

r4..,.., COMPLKTK: IilNM.R5 TO CO FIRST NATIONAL BANK FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOME THRU DlUCOUi flAVOU
'' SON I LOC.\T1O>J TO sun E TotHey.

IR lent fart TC lUIITM / O] AT WINTER PARK Owe .<... it .. toot<..*. .0 MCO 1..Iet ., tlt.t er54 .ash .... ORANGE f

S Drug* Bt Tr, OrU./. CM 1 UK* ... 'tl/ST DEPARTMENT Tel.' ,......: ..- .)000 M_ arr., a.v4Ny .44 ca n'J..Mo: ..,..... .. .... ,. GRAPENIn. .
Star & fto* HHU M fV 42t
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j-



Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, October s, 1966eWp
A day unprecedented and unparagoned -
/ --- -

-

j -..' (t.,t'H..l "... pale ...) Papal Flags over tilt residence prestige of his elf Ice, Pope Paul' surpassingly other unforgettable, emotion- ,
ed that the city was on the Ier
I of Cardinal the lie
Spellmanwere eloquent speech gave packed .nt.
f\
,
eve of its greatest receptionIn Indeed, this papal visit
the lone indication of : to the cynics who said he
v 1) history. As the foreign anything unusual. which actually did so mud h! had come to give the lastII As the Holy Father ridingin
;journalists quickly noticed to strengthen the tcumenica
rites to the dying organlzay an open car, circled the
tht're8S almost a total ab Nothing was to take away movement, might conct'iV.bl'throu
;
l tion. To say that he had come field one and a half times,
; and from the fart that the Tope
sence of streamers, flags h the misguided re a Confirmation thunderous applause and
to a ceremony
., +$ banners flowing from the won the hearts of Americanson of less prudent coordinator', would be more appropriate chants of "Long live the
It : buildings. The American and hit own merits and on the have injured the sensibilitie:I
ascended from
: His purpose was to encourage, Pope" the
.... ..." of our non-Catholic friend s to comfort and to blesi. Time 90.000 spectators. Moments

had there been an inordinati e and again, he graciously later, reverent prayers for

display of the external trappings *. praised the United Nations peace went up to heaven as

.b of trlumphancy. which he termed "the last the Pope began! the low Votive

.: Pope Paul came, not as i 11 hope of concord and peace." Mass for peace. The ease

< proud hero or as a militar;f. Words pathetically fail to with which the huge( congregation /

lt : ll t leader He came as a humbli. describe one's sentiments of from various dioceses

man dressed in the whit e consolation! reassurance, joy joined In the responses and

{ garb of peace on a pilgrimagi 8 and peace ss one sat in the the four English hymns was / *

of peace his message wa. great General Assembly hall telling confirmation of the
: meant for the hearts of men: listening spellbound to the successful implementation of Pope and President

A .j thence also did he expect i. seraphic words of the Holy the new liturgy.

I t.- welcome This is what Cardl 1'' Father. It was an occasion Perhaps the most poignant Pope Paul VI. on his historic trip to the United

nal Spellman had In mint' that will live in memory ass moment of the Mass came at States, met with President Lyndon B Johnsonat
when In St. Patrick's Cathedral
I/ altogether unearthly and ceo the Offertory when 12 United the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York on October .
he voiced this simpli B lestial. Like the two disciples children
Nations processed 4. Later in the day, the Father
Holy madean
welcome "No words adequate .
: are l-
at Rmmaus our hearts burned
171 feet on the red carpet to
for
appeal at the United Nations
,
and peace
none are necessary. within us as we listened
the altar carrying their gifts
\ to the Vicar of the Prince of of bread and wine for thePonhfr.
For Pope Paul It must hav
1 Peace proclaim "No more Sacrifice. Later

been an Incomparably grueling war, war never again! Peace, these (children the only ones

Cardinal Spellman joins I Pontiff day, a day in which each 1,. it li peace which must guide allowed to receive at the Quest for peace viewedby

highlight( ( seemed to be sur the destinies of peoples and Mass did so from the tender
Arm !to arm with his host In New nearby buildings as New Yorkers enthusiastically passed by what followed. of mankind hands of the Holy Father.

York Francis Cardinal Spellman, Pope welcomed the first I The significance nf his vWt, Pope Paul' journey was The Pope's homily at the Pope and President

i Paul acknowledges cheers from people reigningPope ever to visit the Western however, centered upon hit( for the cause of peace and his Mass was another eloquent ItMtllMt M. .
eel)
in the street In windows and on top of hemisphere appeal for peace st the United I mission was a singular( suc plea for peace "Coming son, "that history|" may well vancmg that cause We also
Nations cess. He revealed no panacea exchanged'' in detail in
among you at a moment so record this venture of tils i
for world strife, no magic/ connection with what couldbe
beautiful, so brief but so Important Holiness, this breaking of
formula for but his done to help edu
peace provide
as this, we have no precedent what
with as just
St. Patrick's Cathedral has We are one you visit, as President Johnson so cation to the 800 million people
better grpE'tinlno/ better remembrance the world needs to get us
well summed it up. "may be of the world who cannot
NKW; VOKK (NC) Rome to address the United 1 just what the world needs to for you than tn thinking on how to aehlt'ept'll'e read or write; to help increase -
repeat( that holy salutation of and getting us to make
greatest of many great daysNEW "Today we feel a common Nations General Assem get us thinking" of how to Christ: Peace, His Peace' progress in that area." the life expectancy of
with achieve peace millions of humans who now
citizenship Pope
you
bly.The As the New York Herald The President also!! said of
Patrick's Cathedral Paul VI told the capacity Holy Father, responding die at an early age with a
YORK (xC) Historic St. The hintory-maUng visit Tribune blazoned across its their discussion of the causeof

site of some of the most memorable IIcE'npsln American congregation that filled St. : to welcome extended nilninntfd, In the Pope'sI front headlines it was "A peace life expectancy less than half:

Catholicism, became a focal point for perhaps the Patrick's cathedral/ here by Francis. Cardinal I liars. for nears at Yankee day for the world to remember "His Holme Inell I discussed ot what it is In this country

most memorable of all when Pope Paul VI arrived here October 4 to greet him following Sprllman of New York,, Stadiums This was yet anMliMll ways and means of ad- "" t' discussed In some d...

October to deliver a greeting to the people of the United his arrival from said: tall trouble spots In the world
and the great: progress mad
Nations and to the United Pope Paul were In the crypt We thank our beloved son, Cardinal Sllrnan| your Pope Paul reports on plea] by the t'nlll'd.lIonl: In try.

States below the cathedral celebrating esteemed Archbishop, for this warm welcome, ing tn provide help In Inns

The streets of mid town their tidily :Masses. They \Ve come to you from Home with the blessings of trouble spots"

were Amlcto Cardinal Cicognanl those saints Peter and Paul, whose blood sanctifiedit
great
Manhattan were packed with papal secretary of Male, to achieve in world Alter their private meeting,
thousands who gathered' hours GreRorin!: Cardinal Agagianianof and the blessings of Christ, whose vicar on earth we peace the two then introduced mem

arlier. The Pope's motorcade the Roman Curia, Lawrence are. hen of their official parties
<< was greeted with the Cardinal Slichan' of To you. dear brother, pastor of this magnificent and (( ff... Ml> eel) nol show the Importance nf five lie -,lleI the schema'sdistinction and exchanged gifts. The

shouting of people lining the Baltimore, Hichard Cardinal glorious edifice, to the Bishops, clergy Religious and spend all their energy for scientific progress: and lisconsequences between the pos- President introduced Mr..

sidewalks five and six rows Gushing of K o s ton and faithful gathered around you, we extend a word of sj e- the maintenance of this great In the practical session of aims and the use! Johnson and Ms daughter.

deep. Laurean Cardinal lUigambwa cial greeting. Today we feel a common citizenship with you divine gift to humanity, on world, he said. of arms is useful but under I.uci. both dressed. in the

The huge cathedral l win of Huknba, Tanzania. because you are citizens of the Church of Rome. We trulyare which we Invoke the constant Nor duel it demonstrate present" circumstances the I black traditional for papal
blessings of I the Lord"The
of audiences Mr Johnson remarked
possession
Government very arms constitutes
filled to and well beyond Its dignitarii'swere one in sentiment.The clearly enough that there is
council Fathers, who to the Pope that Lucl
danger.
in the cathedral a
present this cathedral St. Patrick, once no between
normal capacity around noon patron of /great opposition scienceand
congregation.( had\ been in a working session He also t'OftCII'fhod with the Is attending the Jesuit Fathers'
when the Pope arrived. Bald "As you are Christians, so be you Romans. This faith, but rather that each
until a half hour before the lent that the possession of Georgetown I'livermty.

Before the Pope's arrival, Ai Pope Paul prepared to we fed in a special manner because we are all citizens of Pole[ came to the Basilica, truth tends by toward using the its discovery own mils.( of arms In hopes. that they will In statements to newsmenat
enter St. Patrick's the mighty'
an official of the New York Rome. were wailing in their places The Church, he said must be a deterrent is not wrongIn the conclusion of their
organ (ate forth a j Joyful an Asking for prayerful support/ or( our message when the walked down
archdiocese told the congregation you your Pope hall science and its itMlf. But he counteredthat meeting in the presidential
proponents
to remember the purpose them, and the people. fipon.tiinl'ollhly for peace, we extend to all of you and to your dear the renter aisle of St. Peter'sat with "love and rever this principle is not with suite on the 3Ath floor of the

cf peace for which Pope Paul applauded.The ones at home, the aged, the sick and the children in a special 12'45 In his traveling cape, ..net'" for the service they offer out limits. every nation will Waldorf Astoria HotoL. both

had come. He told thorn to Pontiff proceeded up manner, our paternal apostolic| blessing. only a ku"cap on his head. humanity. understandably think of some the Pope and the PresWeftt,

pray for the Holy Father's the main aisle, dressed In With him in the traveling Passing to the discussion of reason why it should possess"' stressed the mutual commitments .
success "not only for ourselves while except for a brilliant party were "neseral! Cardinals arms TIle lawfulness of this of the Holy. !See and of

/ but for the entire scarlet cape lie looked from Interim week at Council whose places had been left third politics and economics in the should therefore not be overestimated the United States to seeking
chapter of
two of
part
world./ one side to (lie other, and hi,* vacant at the table of the schema 13, several Fathers I and it would he "peace and eltminottsif .....

While the Pope's motorcade! hands were extended In his council presidency. asked the council to define better simply to repeat. the acre poverty and dlse..*.

was making its way to M. characteristic and graceful allows for consultation Perhaps for the first time more clearly the Church's social teachings of Pope Pius Ml Special reference was made

Patrick's, five of the Canli gesture: of blessing. In the history of the basilica, doctrine in relation to and John XXIII M the re to the India Pakistan$ adiet .

Dais who had accompanied! Enl"rinIht'/ sanctuary the It) Patrick mh'". a Priest stood by the I'ollt'| In agriculture, labor and! man duct ion of arm \ Nam wars, to the Dominican

fops Knelt in prayer 'at a VATICAN nl'M'( ) Before Pope Paul VI made his official entourage wearIng agement.Giuseppe. f.rdlnalI'rllk! asked for Republic and ail

prie-diru, mounted on a six his historic flight to the United States. and the United a clerical) suit, common Cardinal Surf ofG..no. a clarification of the prin- the continents generally."
Beach foot platform. The pne-dieu to Priests in the United Mates
Daytona 'riple concerning the .r(
Nations on Monday, the Second Vatican Council was advised said he thought it is duly
had two white satin pillows but rare on streets: of Rome
bearing the papal coat ol that debates would be sus|>ended for a week in mid. He was Monsignor PasnualeMacchl imprudent to speak( of technical ''(rhll nbedirnre authority U civil It not authority.alwats Music in liturgy

October. Archbishop Peiicle ""Iiri, the council's secretary matters concerning, econoinks .
arms. the Pope's private .
'right., he declared
BEACONAmbulance He then went to the tlnone. general who( accompanied the Pope to America secretary who had accompanied which and politics-matters topic of meeting

ornately carved with figuresof with other prelates), announced to the Council lallt1. him on his voyate. could change In a inert Al't'hbllhopntont Raramak

saints. The back that the interval of October IS to 23 would time and make the council <4 lit! Pozna, Poland! said he
Service nf the day permit The council "session conducted outdated. Pinellas Park
appear at
I with tM text'
statements
throne had a replica of the the Holy Father to consult with Council Fatheis. on (ending !- Its normal morning business agrees
255-2406 papal coat of arms. pontifical documents until noon, when an announcement He asked that these matters ;I Ihe that it Is the duty of l'I".u.1.'ltK j'ltv
| marl rl'll In Mjilngiiscar In Christians to with
} cooperate
Pope Paul fat quietly while was ml4lp of the left to experts who can day afternoon, October It,
It not staled what the leis 1 the However
was government
photographers snapped pier Pope's arrival at the airport leach them better than the a latfcelics rs.sM( in church
Italian end Amtrictn Food tunes papal decrees concern. Debate on the first chapter After one more speech the council great I problem Is posed. for music in the area are muted
The secretary general also of the second part of the waited Christiana:: who.. live under irreligious to Sacred Heart Cnurch. Pnvellas
Fathers In silence.joined .
Open I P.M. 'til I 11 I P.M. After Francis CardinalSpellman's I I. gave the schedule of soling schema on the (Church in the by officials of the The text, laid dews well 1 i regimes as does a Park for a seminar on
menage: of welcome mOlI..rnm'ld closed In advocating the I Ilion I! of .
from October' 6 to 15. war bya porticipa large part mankind, he church
Banquet Facilities Roman Curia 111 ho.ad\ left parish musscbather
Pope Paul read his .
response standing vole of all In the admimitra i noted The council mutt 4nmmethlng
Cloud Mondays in a firm voice. October 6, 7 and 819 voles "%"*" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.< their offices to welcome Pope turn of economic affairs, but i to aft limits 1 be. Jen** P Ok-ler" ,
on revised schema on religious I'aul They were Joined by it mutt also be pastor of Sarred "Heart CnBrch
rememberedthat i rond which flw faithful can-
life. Confirmationschedule members of the press corp, i ui Pinella Pork .... coveted
SAN
REMORESTAURANT Mime technical matters lot go cooptrattef with
October 11 and 12 sesensntea many of them witnessing a cannot be left to tbe the pastor in the area to
//HERTZJ ordinary ithrUtw rcflimos Nk said It
on schema on seminary working "session' of the council man He asked tar urge attendance ., their isrector's
a more extensist i a beyond doubt that Chris
1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL training. The Confirmation schedule for the first time refenwe to 1M papal t I... maw collaborate. with of rouiir all orgnsMsts

255-3681 October 11fuse: votes on for the Iioceoe\ of M Angus. When Pope Paul arrived at encyclicals" on social teorhi' m atheistic regime In arlivlws and others dtrectt hivnKod

M357 S27 No A,lan"ie Christian education tine is as follows, with all his permanent chair at the leg lest tile Impl'ulOIbe t honest In themselves. with parish mnsr.a elagae.s
ceremonies taking place at R table of the council's presidency \* that the' wed as lay pir-,.
October 14 and 15 eight gi n Church .hoi not irtented, toward the goad of
Miles on the attitude of the pm'' In front of the h I IK h. spoken out en those matter ttlsm and M ortfsrteg of Music in the liturgical renrwnl -

DAnONAa'd Church toward mm Christian Vtolx-r 10, Sanford All !Souls' altar Achille Cardinal Lien "before. win! lifeArchbishop triO he the .."I.....
rt of Mile who had been"
aasM'6pa religious including the Jews. parish Stefan Cardinal ")lI'n.-.. P-tils' Hurley of The Diocesan Director of
sirc October 11, lake\ :Mary[ Nativity filling In for Eugene: Cardinal Prirawe Church MIa_, (Cam Thmn"
of I Durban South
Africa
Toward the end of Odotx-r, President Paten, MM the la theism
Ilarll.hOdoh.'r Tlsserant as as Andrews at St
the way may be clear for text should ,1IItouI rev '' of TV council" Fathers.wnpUinH Peterstjurf.
II. St Cloud.. St. while the latter Joined the will lend the disntaston and
ply to the of .
< certain
and heard
public approval promulgation frequently equivoatlons -
Thomas Aquinas parish papal l trip, Introduced the demonstrate with the deie.Mes .
: of council documents objection that the Chorea clacks ., noibiguNie* in
MART October 13. Palm Bay St Joscph IVpe' to the council\ actual rangrngsiiusslhvmn
concern for the *he I.itHe
at a solemn general congregauon worker
parish With a gesture of his hand and the nrnlnnr
let K.rtt.n-Gulitt ii ) of the council. Arch A concise historical introduction said the II !hem shouldncourage ) aol
October 14, Melbourne. Our Pope: Paul asked the Fathersto simple KngtUrfi:, .
Masse
l......"'., rd-Pilau-Ca... SK| bishop Kelici said. to chapter three could the foundation ofptttwtea props
Wund W.v. lady of Lourdes. parish be seated and spoke to for Confirmation and .Knrty
show how the" stuoV
DESIGNED LANDSCAPES Church hi ai14 to how warnight
He announced that a Vtolx-r IS Kan: Gallic.. Ascenswn them in Latin hi a voice Hours mrhiding Benedsrtionnf
384 North Beach St. ways cared for the. IInltortl'd be avoided Since
and wan
W West StMKl < SlMl (poor
I rench Jesuit F I I h t' rJargnel twihh.Oi which sounded strong but the Mast BleMd tecra-
men to their have canoes these towns CM
61J 8106 accept
Phon. 255.5419FREEMAN'S 17. Fernandina which belied the weariness most .
llrrlblru would he ow .
i permlttod m RagHad
moral ....
responsibilities. n economic >* .... .he said asserting
beiiiUied In SI. Peter's busllica Beach, !'Michael:\ parishBUCK'S brought on bv the/ (nieltngschedule will bedMcuntedThe
life, .
that
the Cardinal tad wan are Ml susrtUMs

on October I 17, He was ." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, since, he had of the left last Rome's 31 hours sir- Btstep ,' de VMo ofLucfcaosv Owen faro al NfaCaM of role. s4 tike *f the

I:' b. India MM t h lane: Town !tenth Vnca4ked rMr wM he "",, .

Iii 1 e\. "m ....Ire r port let CM !be iMUlersUMd.bytheologlam I. for the nMsnoottsn ofsecretariate

..u.u ___ 767-9062 Pope Paul concluded by but certainly not a under the Hohr Father r.teekler plan. tortes

-"t.\c h.4) all. ,4 asking: all present I.) jol* bUIf millions. who suffer **, for the stint of nm-ertv 4 the meeting with nV.eilirticei -

')'k'ji1 I'I''IU ., ",10" Khla a. r.,,...... t INSi.e TRIM SHOP with him "In the desire for from the mi semi it sprain. ad its eradication He MUd I w Fngtiehwg .by tFeG

::r .,, .. and In and labor fl w *I' IeII.0.. .k I people attending
:: I. .... ,A a a. SEAT COVERSAUTOMOBILE !peace prater of H. asked for a rctura to
la bring It about. the language oi the OIprl.| '<.eon the Chnrrb nod civil\ \

UPHOLSTERY .rts........ Bar ... ,.- ,
"For Complete Care" Continuing debate' on t K echapter He .1-! acted that tbe let ,-+- ....,
Beauty Mf
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on culture tn the I is Idea .* eirfMe ud MI ..*.y Card
lie span HMd. ...... that
PAT'S BEAUTY 142 South Campbell Srtt Church in the modern world, the .
SALON tlrriHialloM W ran and LLOYD
the ...,... of such I secre-' COX
) Coadjutor Archbishop Pierre wmea. State MUM "he not art-tan Office
The Home of Happy Hair VesiiUot of Paris called on SuppBeiCL
Protection front tademographic i dtstrthute. food hot to
preside
Ph. 253-4121 I lun sod council Fathers to address In a clear r"mice to
10th the ZJ47JIII
cor Dtrbyth HD,
tt Holly
r ; and hum< n,, .,sa ), themselves specifically\ to policy .. I Indu.h moral energy foe the i Nor" ".de Ss.el

\ luminum (eld-- own t.n.Mormon'i the "greatest problem facmg pmatH out that it II tbe st'nggl. against poverty ._

KAY'S RESTAURANTNEWLY modern ........."-how to control poor who are pnoiieJ "hole uadorfoiag -
such oferatwns ana "FOUITH &iNflATION JEwtlUS -SiNCt till-
and UIIf' the power nf the
ENLARGED I REDECORATED Awning mighty nuclear forces snentiets mean of ovottowtsg" hua-

ALA.CARTE end FULL COURSE DINNERS A Venetian BlindS !had released. ,., and misery! [ Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons
HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING Bernard Cardinal Alfrmk of
STREET 5. ee *,* M4K1SMMI t4. 7J4 MAIN J BLOCKS WEST OF PIER The chapter *lll act satisfy Utrecht the Netherlands.'

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Meven: The Florida Catholic, Friday, October S, 1965I




I Pope praises United Nations.. warns on arms I fT1NITF.n




the talk that NATIONS wee the New York (NC) Delivering school Everyone taking his ration of the t'nltrd.Ilonl: development of our charitable

this purpose of his hiatory-making visit place here becomes a pupil la the most beautiful IIi. institutions to combat world

to country on Monday. Pope Paul1 told the asnem. and also a teacher In the art its most truly human visage; hunger and fulfill world

bly of the United Nations that the UN "repreeenta the t of building peace. When you it U the ideal of which mankind needs It is thus. and In no

obligatory path of modem civilization and of world leave this hall the world dreams on its pilgrimage other way that peace can be

peace." look upon. you aa the architect through time. it Is the built up.Plea.

IOU you wish to be brothers." add the Holy Father and constructors of worlds greatest hope" : It I..

let the arms: fall from your hands. One cannot love while peace we presume to say'. the reflection for moralconscience

holding offensive amu" M Peace, as you know Is not of the loving and

The text of the meets which we express here, built up only by means of politics transcendent design of God

address to the Holy UN General Fa.ther'l particularly of those who so etaiU1M by the balance of forces for the progress of the human 7. One more word gentlemen

kindly charged us explicitly and of Interests family on earth a reflection our final word This edifice -
Assembly fallow: to be their spokesman here In which we see the message which you are constructIng
As we commence our address It Is constructed with the
Like of the Gospel. which is .
a meseenger who aftera does not rest upon merely
to this unique world mind with Ideas with, worksof '
long heavenly become earthly,
journey
finally sue. material and earthly foundations
audience we wish to You labor In this I
thankyour
reeds peace. Indeed It to that
in delivering the letter seems us for thus It would bea
secretary U which has been entrusted to great construction Rut you here we hear the echo of the house built upon sand;
Thant, for the invitation are still at the beginnings.
him. so we the voice of our predecessors
appreciate above all. it is based on our
which he extended to us tot goad fortune of this moment, WW the world ever succeed and particularly of that of own consciences(

isit the United Nations on the however brief, which fulfils! In changing that selfish and Pope John XXIII, whose The hour has struck for

occasion of the 20th anniversary a desire nourished in the l bflllcoM mentality which, up menage! of Pacem In Terrls our "com'erslon," for person
of the foundation
of this heart for :20 was so honorably and significantly
nearly centuries to now, has been Interwoven al transformation for interior
world institution
for
peace For, as you will remember in M much of its history'It received among you. renew" al.
and for collaboration betweenthe we are very ancient: w'. here Is hard to foresee; but You proclaim here the fun \\ e mu t get u
peoples of the entire represent a long history we It Is easy to affirm that It 1s damental rights and. duties rf ing of man la a new sail.
earth.
thanks here celebrate the epilogue of toward that new history. a man his dignity<< his freedom and In a way also of m'R'
Our also to the
president a wearying pilgrimage in peaceful, truly human history and above all his religious life In common; with a new

of the General Assembly search of a conversation with I as promised by God freedom We feel that you manner too of conceiving the

Mr used Ammtore such Fanfanl who the entire world, ever since to men of good will that w* thus Interpret the highest paths of history and the des-
has kind languagein the command was given to must resolutely march sphere of human wisdom! and tiny of the world accordingto

our regard from the very us: Go and bring the cod The roads thereto are al we might add. Us sacred the words of St Paul

day of his election news to all peoples Now, -, .-a cvi ready well marked out for character "You must b* clothed ta
We thank all of
here
for kind you here represent all peoples you; and the first Is that of the new self, which" Is mated
present your welcome Birth controlFor
M disarmament In Gods Image, 'justifiedand
and we present to each Seven _
of deferentialand pointsAllow If you wish ta be brothers you deal her above sanctified through the
one you our
sincere salutation us to tell you that w e let the arms fall from your all with human life; and the truth" (Fph, 4, 221.)
_
have a message a hiPPY rocs Mtey hands. One cannot love while life of man la sacred, no one The hour has struck for a

In friendship you hate In- sage to deliver to each one of holding offensive arms may dare offend It. halt a moment of recollection

tiled ns and admitted us to )'00 and to all I Respect for life. even with of reflection almost of

this meeting; and It Is at a 1. \\ might call our message DisarmamentThoe regard to the great problemof prayer A moment to think

friend that we are here today. a ratification a solemn armaments especially birth must find her In anew of our common origin

U moral ratification of this lofty n those terrible arms which your assembly Its highest affirmation our history, our common
e express to you our con
deitlny
Institution.This and Its most
reasoned
C1 modern science has
dial personal homage, and we e i given
bring you that of the entire message comes from )'ou, long before they producevictims ) defenaeA Today as never before, In

Second Vatican Ecumenical our historical experience" As Greeted at New York airport and ruins, nourish 'on must strife to multiply our era so marked by human

Council now meeting in "an expert in humanity we bad feelings, create nightmares bread in I that It suffices for progress, there Is need for

Rome and represented hereby bring to this of organization the. Pope Paul M la followed bv United he walks from the Alitalia Airlines distrust and somber" the tattles of mankind, and an appeal I I. the moral ton-
suffrage our recent predecessors
the eminent Cardinals who.ecomp.n1 resolutions, they demand\ not rather favor an artificial science of man.
that of the entire Nations Secretary General U Thant aa plane follow ing bas arrival In New York.
us for this pur- enormous expenditures: they control of birth which would
Catholic episcopate and our For the danjer comes, not
obstruct M union and
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own convinced as we are from progress, nor from
pose.Great that this organization represents of all you remgait aid distinguish there Is on the natural level they ..r.lOt humble ItI\ useful collaboration; they the number nf guestsal science Indeed if properly
the of
momentIn the obligatory path of the saws ad the nothing superior to ibis pride no matter how legitimate falsify paychokgy peo the banquet if life. utilized theo could rather
<<
their name and In our modern civilization and of others You do not commaexistence t'.ur vocation Is te make It may seem to be, plesAs long as man remains It does not suffice however resolve many of the grave

own, to each and every one world peace upon. states bat you brothers not only of some, but which provokes tension and that weak, changeable and to feed the hungry; it problems which assail' mankind
of 'ou. honor and greeting! In saying this, we feel we qualify each single atlas as struggles for prestige for ,
.f all peoples .\ difficult even wicked being that 'he is necessary also to assureto
This encounter as you all are making our own the voice fit to sit ia tilt.rty CODocr'lI undertaking. Indeed, but this predominance, colonialism, often show himself to be. defenslva each man a Ufa conform No, the real danger comes

understand marks a simple of the dead and of the living, of peoples H Is, jour most noble undershag. egoism ; that is, pride disrupts arms will" unfortunately ed to his dignity from man himself wielding

and at the same time a great of the dead who fell In the That Is. yea grant recognition brotherhood be neceaaaryu This too you strive to perform ever more powerful' arms

moment. It is simple because terrible wars of the pest: of of the highest ethical and UN however In your courage We may consider this which could be employed
5 ou have before you a humble the living who survived those juridical' value, le each single Is there anyone who does Why began and valor are studying the fulfilment before our very ''Juany.11 for destruction"

man; your brother; and wars, bearing in their heartsa sovereign national community DOt HI the necessity of coming 5 And now our message the ways of guaranteeingthe eyes and by your efforts, of or for the loftiest (',)nqurets.In. .

among you all representatives condemnation of those who guaranteeing H a* honored thus progressively to the reaches Ms highest point security of Internationallife that prophetical announcement a word then the edi.ce;:

of sovereign states, the would try to renew wars; and International rllltrnthlp. establishment of a world authority \ which is. at first a negative without having recourse so applicable to your of modern civilization mustbe

least Invested if you with to also of those living who rise able to act efficaciously point \'ou.re expecting us to arms This Is a most noble Institution built upon spiritual print: I-

think of him thus, ":-run a up fresh and confident the This In 'itself is a great service on the juridical and t. litter UUa sentence, and aim "They will melt down their pies which alone can not only

miniscule as itIIer.. symbolic youth of the present genera.Uses to the cause of humanity, political levels we are wed aware of Its This the peoples expect of sword Into .plowshares, their support It, but even Illuminate "

temporal sovereignty who legitimately dream namely. to define clearly and Once more we reiterate our gravity and solemnity not you, this must he obtained! spear Into pc-umlagloths" and animal. ItT

only as much as is necessary of a better human race to honor the national subject) good wish" Advance always. the es against the others lt unanimous trust in this Isala( 2. 4)). do (his, such Indispensable -
to be free to exercise his And aIM make our own of the world community. mid
we never again, never more! Institution grow let Its Are you not using the prodigious prlnclplrs of superior
spiritual' mission and to the of the the disinherited to classify them la a juridical Bring back
assure voice punt h was principally for this authority increase; and this energlM of UM earth wlidnm cannot but K. founded -
all these who deal with the suffering of condition worthy thereby of Inventions
and the magnificent
purpose that the organization aim w* believe, will be secured as. as yon ire sears, me
him that he Is Independent of those who hunger and thirst being recognised and reapected any separated
of the failed Nations arose of science, no longer ai belles, upon fallh la f.d(.
every other sovereignty of this for Justice. for the dignity of by all. and from which Me will further and Instruments of death but ai
go say: in favor of
well- there. may derive an orderly agalntt war, drallluile; will be etpreis- end of
world life for freedom' for tools of kite for humanity'snew That "unknown ,
Strive back
But he, who now addreaaes being and progress and' SUM system ef wteraaUenalMe to who bring hate among peace! ed to )sir by all peoples, re- era? whom M Paul spoke' to the
separated
you has no t.mporll.r., you any Listen to the lurid 'words heed as they will then b* Athenians In the Arr"I'I'i i i ;os,
nor any ambition to compete The peoples *f lb. earth themselves and of study the of the great departed John from the crushing eiprniesof Praises UN aid unknown by then al''',;:!
turn I* the ailed :Nations as Reason right method uniting to .
reignsYou Irmlmf'nllind freed from ,'
with you la fart we have Kennedy, who proclaimed without raliaing It !
the tail hope *f concord and your pact nf brotherhood in
nothing to ask for no question taact to the four years ago, "Mankind the nightmare" of an eter Im to men sought Him and He was c >e
give n
we U present honor and loyalty. those who
to raise we have only a prate here, ; with\ presume their tribute .f great principle that the relations do not yet share In it must put an\ end I.II.r or mlnrnlliar.. He know how Intense and to them as happens site to

desire to express and a per honor and .1 hop, cur ... between peoples' should war will put aa end to man We reolce) In the knowledge even more efficacious sri the many m.n of our time

miasma to request; namely tribute alt.. be regulated by teams, by Act so that lhie still outside kind." that many of you .have canaMered efforts of the t'nrted Nations To us. In any rate and to
that of serving you insofar as justice, by law by negotiation .UI desire and merit the favorably aw Invitation and its dependent world agencies all thos who anept t'!:. Ineffable -
words needed
.e can with disinterest, with This Is why this moment It : not by forte nor by violence roafldrnre all| and then Many are not addressed. to all state to the to assist these governments revelation w 'h

humility and tote.Humility great for you. also not I by war not by tMo generous In graaUng such of to proclaim Institution this loftiest It suffices aim cause of peace from Hombay who need help to hasten Christ: has given' us of Hm:

2 We feel that you are al- fear or by deceit Thus it confidence. your last December" to divert to their economic and sicIalprogress. lie is the living God, t h e
to remtmber. that UM blond\
speaks Father" of all menDaytona .
ready aware of this Hearken must be.Allow .
benefit of the
You have the goad fortureand of millions of men that numberloH the developing
This Is our first declaration BOW to the continuation of er vs to reaurttuleto the .honor ef sitting In and unheard suf countries at least a part of W* know how ardently you

As you can see. It la so simple message It becomes a net- you for .having had the wisdom this assembly of peaceful (rings. uMlew slaughter" and the savings which could be labor to overcome illiteracyand Beach

as to seem Insignificant to sage of good wishes for the ta epee this hall to the community. hoar us as .. frightful. ruin are the sanction renuaod by reducing arm. to spread. good culture

this Assembly which always future young tariff b tine states say P tUft that the reciprocal ef the pact which unites you meets We .bre renew that throughout the world to give

treats of most Important and the UN which hate recently attainedtiadepemtonc ) trust which here unites with M oath which must Invitation, trusting in your man adequate modern mlWtl

most difficult matters Perfect .. aad notionalfmnam yon, and enables you to do chant the future history of sentiments of humanity andgonoroatty cal assistance. to employ in hLih VIII

". said. also however, and The edifice which you have Their. nrseanca M goad) and great thing. may the world: man sorvir she marvelous ( QLiIa

all here today feel it,, that this constructed must never. fall; the proof of the mwnraoltty never be undermined or betrayed ( In M .doing. we become resource of Menem of' \., h ,.. '-. a..

moment Is also a great one It must be perfected aid and magnanimity. which inspire No more war aware taM we are echoingaaotner nlqii' and of or far"Iraiinn,

Great for us. great for you meo. equal to fee aeds the prmelatM. ttI UM institution 4 The Mwrent logic of nrtnclnto. which M all of this Is magnifn, ent and
which world history wtll present Ne more war war never structural to the U alt adNatinna. merit the praise and 11\\<\1M' 0TERMITES
be
Far asn: know sell she Thus M must be This ta erpraise this wish which might con- .....' Peace. it Is peace which .la Its positive of all Including our non WORK ALL YEAR
.. Whatever be the aMeretf to pertain to the very
are mar aod ew god web. ; which. must guide the .oVsti-. and affirmative high point
opinion yea have .I the ...- d.-meat structure of your organization. We cornell with to git. thegeed civil AROUNDswo.a..doh.
anal as can ice we .tit Mot manklad' work here
you that &
tiff .f flame, yen know Mr mad. us to comntote K namely you etameJe' even though '
retreat must be attribute those as from oat- avert conflicts
which never not to
only
minion Me are the hr.nr.f with other formula Thw let the smohW of our means
admitted but from which His std. we dome thorn from mMeV. GratttuoV to you glory" to between states, but alto to
a menage for ad mankind. no one Inasmuch. as bo la. a Is m.drq.a1.l to the prarllral
SMceaaary that advance be from the very genre .f member of your union, besuperior yon, who for M yean have make them capable of working and *.*niMtlto nteiUWo ., / ;
And this we are not only si made 1OW Isslitutiw, to the ethers never labatad fur peace Gratitude the ones for UM others <
the ef ..... 3 Yaw charter goes farther for the confM intend to Intensify the
cur own personal name and To pluralism one above the other. TbM lathe nit nary to yon ..... ...
Li the name of the great rath- which ell M longer Igawe them Uua. ant mar msnsagsa formula of which you havo prevente Urges support of # ".
equality SI amuse Of
I
tlir f.ml"'! h.t a "w in that one another you offer an estrrmr <.taK.. will it or hove brought to an end Welcome Travelers J M* WOO, }

ef these < an f fwbo h,. "> 'n "< simple and fruitful You lUll and *f.raU ta Bar pride The results of your efforts all peoples '...... uro I! anti! MtvIO ANO :
share -', !u-ma of coexntence FirstCommemorate nit. the ....... ta hm4state V MMhltf MKI* .
lvs sere hi roeont days .in favor of Yo are not satisfied with forcfc .H (*.*,. )aoloi, : ....
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together LH w we w. are wed aware that It
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punt even If not yet peeveddecisive facilitating> more : Pause Iron
,, y1P11 N s a this ascend ..... to bmg Meet bo eommloby I the are such as to Oserve between nations you take a in,,WrovfM... ...... .i.
the **.* to|.tb.r walk the of ether factors bo-
evataatiM to forward
1 that we presuming much greaser atop H.,....' 1-Or4 I..ch
others You MI a. aanartatxm skies simple membership in of af .
e t tr intorniit the sontlmonts one ewaorvttf our praise M
; [ You are a brttfe b- tits is...ityu. ; but equals. the whole. world einrwts to anal our snpnnrt. you orpntae .

t.e#. ........ Yon are a network .... bnwngs to tu oanaM* yon butt praise and thanks the .brotherly rollaberntian PRINTINGLoH u

af reUtoans M.ea .... nf nnf....
states ftentl"mea, ye hate pr *r.M 04 OM.4Cowcltw

Y.Ii o. are not equal, but Here 'formed and y_ ,......* te In tau Is way set a system art i It.ofsolidarity .* P..t .. I M
Like ChurchWe yes make ym rshee l equal sock, tbs ,
perform a greet lofty dnttaaa] aim win t h eorderly I Sour! t- i

would ataoet say that For several among you, this ed mites of .....U.. la the aid rose tmsee sup CL 24244 'HI M-'I'OI.i

your chief choractertotar ta. a may be aa act.1 high" virtue. wayd pre port af an the family af pa 0.05 N S ere oa.os p"-

reflertmn. ae M were M the allow us te say thia to you. Tbe fN M the gent 1rwl1! l pin! for the common t"4n4 e_. _.._. wsp

1 .t o temporal held, of ....t our as \me representative War. whore that M..i.nn aim> for the good nf earh uv ;.e P ,...wrV ..

... .. rathnlar Omrth aspires tn be r;"ft which accompbihris : parted and w r .'a tr.t'ti ,II d"i.d .
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Council third weekRecess



I at Council underlines early close fit CJ;),


ItMl....< *,.a ,'.. ,".> conspiracy' were received condl'mlThis view wa sup. the legitimacy of atomic a ,ra Alit M},
Pope Paul will refer to them with mixed feelings even ported by Fran/isku Card! weapons Ultimately it will bo

for their advice. among fellow Jesuits Other nal koenlg of Vienna who seen that no document, how

The direct consultation of speakers felt that progress( in heads the new Vatican secre. ever elaborate, can really ,

the worlds Bishops by Pope modern atheism is the faultof lariate handling relation provide satisfactory answersto
1"8uliS another indication that believers with nonbelievers lie said all these problems. I
HP is determined to apply the Mclkile rite. Patriarch I the failures of Christians pro i tin a page six article In

principle of episcopal collegial Maximo IV Salgh, for instance mote atheism this issue, a cross.section of
IN' without further delay said that many who When the remaining chapters the discussion on the Council
fitting well into the pattern call themselves! atheists are of the modern w n rId l floor, reported daily by 1 ,
of general confidence rot necessarily against t h e schema reach the floor, paramount NCWC News Service duringthe

and reassurance here is the Church but only are seeking interest will toncen third week, is presentedfor

bright prospect that the. long. social justice and fighting the (rate on the problem of peace readers of The Florida r. ,.
awaited declaration on t the! same ills that the Church and war, and especially on Catholic. Ld)

Church 8 rrlationship11th
non-Christian religions will heapproved
A ........ir
overwhelmIng -4.' ,
by an
sr S
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majorih' Asks UN to lift up s 9 HM 4e*+I ML
A real headache remains I

for the council t the schema :
on the Church in the. modern

world, found wanting in both
form and substance, even brothers drop arms

though some 100 theologian ,
and lav consultants ha\e

worked out a new fourth draft. (ICAIorhie' >>|i antrul ) spoke briefly In French in tiie*. A boy wearing Arabian w

and checked literally thousands ( a subject which many each of the room. where peo dress welcomed Pope Paul,
of suggestions had thought: he would not pie who had been unable to and a young African girl /gave

Reference lo atheism and bring up before the world assrmblv get into the General Assembly him a bouquet of flowers from

to married life were discuss. since a pontifical hall had been watchinghim the UN garden

rd In the council third week commission Is still studying on TV'. Newsmen, who Pope Paul took the. flower
It. were enthusiastic greeters:: and asked the children if Yankee Stadium scene of Pontiff's MassA
led
A good many Bishops were in the last chamber
"You deal here above all they were good( No one an
by Bishop Alfred Bengsch of with human life and the life From there he swiftly sacred so he said "certain. Mass a Yankee Stadium in by enthusiastic cheers before and the prayers The Majw was crle.after .
Berlin favored condensing ;
,
the first part of the schema of man Is sacred; no one may moved to where the North Delegate 500 ly" lie told them he would New York was offered by Pope the Mass, but the huge crowd brated toward the end of the. Pope'sPaul

Into a few concise statements dare offend It. Respect for lounge:: to some the UN were representatives pray for them, their parents VI with some 90000 persons! remained quiet during the erie. history.making; trip to New Yor'

simple guides on the many life, even with regard! to the gathered: to be presented to and their countries attending The Pope waa greeted bration except when responding to on October 4.

problems for which no an. great: problem of birth, must hIm. After meeting Ihe children,
seers are sufficiently( mature find here in your assembly he returned once more to the
to warrant council decisions its highest affirmation and Flanked by' Fanfanl and General Assembly Hall Pope's American homily
Now that the Church, con its most reasoned defense t' Thant, the Pope first had crowded this time with UN

corned first with worship of "You must strive to multi. brought lo him a case enclosing employes The Pope began' : in

God and salvation of souls, i Is ply bread so that it suffices bin /girt to the I nited English, then twitched to Build I
Irving! to be roncl'rnedlith for the tables of mankind :Nation, a portrait of Ihe rru Italian Monsignor: Paul Mar peace on moral religious principles

economics and politics, it i Is and not rather favor an artificial rifled (hrist t bv the famous! inkus, Chicago Priest at the -
realized that new ground cannot control of birth, which modern French Christian Vatican secretariate or state NH\: YORK (:NC) -- Pope Paul VI told the tremen. and are present at this great permanent Peace must be

be broken as fast as many would l hI' Irrational, in orderto painter, Georges; }Rouault who accompanied the Pope dose! congregation; gathered for his Mass in Yankee Stadium religious assembly; they show built it must be built up

'would like After all, these diminish the number of Later the Pope went to a here, went to the podium and on October 4 that he had three things to nay to forth the hospitality of this every day by works of peace,
are rot, as someone said, !guests: at the banquet of private reception in the secre translated for him country, and also the fact that Tht'selorlll of peace are,
'Just ecclesiastical skittles life" tar y general conferenceroom Mm very happy with this! them-love peace<< serve peace<< building it up every day men of different origins can first of all, social order then,

and quoits but matters of The Pipe was escorted Into visited privately with meeting," Pope Paul told the and bane peace on moral and religious principled. live together: work together aid to the poor. who still makeup

fundamental Import that re. the hall by the president U Thant then went down. UN secretariate staff "We In his homily at the Maw!, which he called a moment and prosper together in freedom an immense multitude!' of
quire further Intense study have great esteem for those and in concord To all of the world population, aid It
General :
of the Assembly, stairs where he visited witha "
Chapter two of the second Ammtore Fanfanl of Italy /group of 10 students at the who work and translate here no beautiful, no brief but to important, the Holy Father them and to their respective the needy the weak, the sick,

part of the schl'maI'''. and by IN Secretary General International School. When e see your great num said : dally today on the feast of St. countries we send our greetings the ignorant

searched. through for possible U Thant Ihe whole I assembly Pope! Paul seemed delightedwith bt'r.I e are reminded of the : ; and son of Francis of Assisl, our best and good wishes.Words I'eaee must be like a gar:

rbiections including newsmen and the presence of the chil quality as well as the quantityof BROTHERS brothers and wishes on his name day: and of den In which public and
,
The African Bishops I argued visitors, spontaneously rose dren from the United Nation your collaboration together with him we greet: peace private beneficence( cultivate*
for more emphasis on the role] from their scats International School lie Let work be animal! sons of the United States and What .
your and salute the! entire Catholic are we to say to you, the choicest flewer .f friendship
tt sports. Before entering the hall I t greeted each of the children ed by the ideal of this /great of all the America All of community of New York and that can correspond to the *, of noltdarllj. *f charity
Archbishop George: A. Beck the Pope and l 1'! Thant a Bud who were dressed in the cloth. institution Then it will go >ou who have assembled here of all the United States of duties of our apostolic ministry and love

tt Liverpool even referred tothe dhlfit, went alone into t h eUN's Inc of' their, "espective coun down in history," he said from part of the world, America and be adequate to the
I benefits he thought were' every Third thought TYace mint t
I meditation
room spirit of this occasion
know unique
arising from the world tours we !greet you and we bless Ue your pastoral be based moral and
on religious
where about 90 Our words be
they spent the
Deaneries of HN Society work and faithfulness ran only
ef the Beatles, who originated yes! your ; princIple., "blt'h11111
second. words of the Gospel which
we!' know the splendid ,
in his community He In. This I Is the day which the organization : make it sincere and stable
the aM
Inside hall t anfan\\ and spiritual vitalityof has just been read to you; the
sated en the Importance of Lord ha* made; let us rejoice 1 Politics do not suffice tt
U!
Thant took their places at for October rallies parishes, of word of the risen Jesus,
fop records and disc jockeys the high rostrum Below and prepare and be glad today! This Is the seminaries your of your which he repeated three sustain a durable peace Tbeabsence
'i' fostering world brotherhood which have desiredfor ; your universites of conflict doe not
day we
to the. of the Peace' be !
times to
right green mar you
Wt< of schools, of
t t"A'HS! tams yuajr mutating for the Diocesan your your
Centuries! The day which, suffice lo make! of peace a
.
hie '
The liveliest argument. while rostrum chair -was no throne the single buta I:nmt of &*y yleme ftooeties, deaneries are preparing for the first time. sees the hospitals, of jour work ofrhantv' Truly, verily, peace be to source of happiness and of
!
a!we however. when Mel. place of honor. In it the I'T the awcM of the three day meetingby holding their Pone setting foot on this you true human progress
the rite Archbishop E: I Me I took his and sat rallies the month.Moeaigsor young and glorious continent'An Me !know too jour love for How rich In meaning how Peace must have its root
Pope place at 3(1;)( tn (hrist and His Church W, abundant in od things, is
1.oghbl, patriarchal vicar for motionless Fanfani and I' pm. according historic day for it recall g anchored In ,wisdom and th> s
Egypt: upheld the practice income Thant as him the James J ileitis .Arnold I Pancratz, deanery and crown the long years of affirm of you what St. Paul this divine and human greeting wisdom must draw nourishment .
presented to spiritual director of the St. piesidcnt wrote to the Romans Your of peace! Repeated thou.
Orthodox churches of assembled nationsHi ( the evangelization of Ameriri from the true concept' of
granting: divorces to abandoned hall Augustine Deanery TINS: has At the Church of the Assumption and the magnificent development faith is proclaimed all over sand of time, we all retog life. that is, the! Christian onrept -
arrival in the was announced that the men of his the world!" ( Rom 1. 8)) And nice it. we all desire it And
< spouses or persons wed about 10 minute ahead of t i in Jacksonville, of the Church In Remember the word of
tn partners permanently In dl'anf'rv1111 meet on Sunday, Mass will be celebrated at S the United States! it Is from Rome that we bring that Is good Rut allow us to the Lord Jesus "Peace, I

lane schedule October 10 a m, by Monsignor Harold F' Ml 1 honor to you. brothersand you that message of faith and exhort you to consider! .it once leave with you m\ peace I

Charles ('ardinal Jnurnrt, a But In delivering: his starch For' the (entral Heanery, Jordan, spiritual director of sons! Peace and joy in love' which unite us all inhrist again to preserve it a* the give to you Not ai the. W'l tl\ Swiss theologian, counteredwith In French, the Pope spoke! for :Monsignor: Terence J I. Farrel- the diocesan union. for the St. Christ to you whom we! wish ( ; tOlll"lhl'r1111: h the Gospel message of the Pope do I give to ;you John,
a strong endorsement sit almost 40 minutes frequent Iv has notified members that Augustine Deanery we could individually receivt Messing of Mi Peter and a* he land on this soil and 11. n

the Indissolubility of the mnr Iv rmphasl/lng his points they also will gather on kto- and embrace! Paul proclaims to all thou hemtl'tI Jesus the Prim of Tea< '
Ihe men will assemble br Peace be to this house.
rage bond, arguing: !!: that the with controlled eloquence her '10. and brotherly : (its >. 61.i has His own o"lnal
A fraternal
Greets all at
fore :Mass at 7:38: sin to this continent. and lo all 1 and characteristic pea e ,
Orthodox! has
practice rm
The almost severe slmpltcl HIP fall rally flf the Southwest greeting to you Bishops and those' who inhabit if! which I
Scriptural foundation tv of the white-clad Pontill 1 !Deanery will he hell on John ('. Dcihl piesidont of pastors, to you, Priests. men Mass Ue have, theo", three!' thing. CM. regulate be e\tl\e "
man relationship ai < tn
No less animated were. the sitting below the high rostrum (titer 17, at St. Martha par. the Deanery, other deanery and women Religious of A\e\ are mot happy to greetat to say to you. 1'tfY" first plate II n,'
battles of words over birth formed a marked contrast tub In Sarasota according toMonsijjnor officers and the officers of America!
,
the same time. with all First of all you meat love lates the> relations,p w ih,
control that erupted despite with the abstract murals (George; W. Cum the Assumption parish Society To the shepherd of this. reverence and sincerity. those peace God

papal pleas that the topic not which decorate the walls of mingi, spiritual director will be on hand to wrl most flourishing archdiocese, Christian brothers here present Here we ran ue. the wardsof Coming among v mi at a r, >
be publicly discussed at this the very modern hall. The! Members of the Central come the nen The tally will Francis Cardinal Spdlman, separated from us, yet Christ' ittewed art the meet. so beautiful to brief
time Pope sat with his hands clasp l J'anrryI III register at st. conclude at 11: 33 a mAll Archbishop of New York,
united with us by baptism. and peacemaker for the ....11 but so important uti"I, ,
Auxiliary Ilishnp HaziminzUaidanski rl or on the arms cf the Paul St hail in l Uesburg atI\ deaneries will join on who Is here beside us, our bv belief in the Lord Juu. be railed! tM sons of God have IM better If"tnj! : 1'''ibettor
\Moclawck, Poland chair Mass he celebrated October :?!>. :10 and 11 and blessing. as a
a m will at the gieetmg Ue keep them all in our (Matt S. I) remewbratv I"., a I
speaking: for his fellow tt r Ihant slake| of his iou I, bv Father Keith Symon at F'loi Ida Motor Hotel in Tampafor token! of our veneration and l hearts and In our prams Ue. If we truly wish to "he (Can, than to .repeat I that h I Itation ,? .
Polish Bishops on a point expressed tation to the Pope| in the lightof / Id :Iii\ ) In the. Leeshurg church. the Diocesan TINS conven our affection[[ of our gratitude! also greet those here presentwho harts. we must love peace. *e of Christ I"ftcI I 1.5,
by others, urged the f "the grave danger to world Adjournment will take! plare lion to him and our esteem; espe- follow other religious beliefs must make our own the cause!' PeaceFlnalh'

Church to formulate a clear peace" and who! In good conscience of peace. u insist meditate. on '. one more writ
doctrine on this issue becauseof In/ tin speech, the. Poe| intend! to seek and the real meaning of geese. we
the relevant confusion so said that his own sum ds im Yankee Stadium record honor almighty (God the!' lord must conform our mm** t. Monument of

widespread in the world todav |peace brought/ his "message: of Heaven and earth among<< the thoughts of pere
." to Its highest point( whom the descendant atbraham In the' pout .it wa not always visit

Views on birth contnl' ":Not the ones ag tin.t (tie crowd at papal MassIn .\" have our particular so in the education of M the end nf tl,, \tihall e
tlashed openh 1 rnesto: ( arflinal ethers never again nose e'1Nl.idforlitlOft mind and the framing of cur bleu a stun, v ,. tM a
Ruffmi of Palermo more!"' be! said! "It w a a We (feel ton that the entire lens! but! ,Mov it must heso removed (mm M 1'- i

Michael Cardmel Browne of principally f for this purpose :NFW; 1OKK! (NC) On chilly October night before the papal party were American people is here pre' : we most ie peace. bera basilica and which III" ('j.. ""
the Roman curia and diovanri ; that the organization of the Samor ent, with H noblest and mat .. Its .
the largest crowd in the history of Yankee Stadium, Archbishop Antonio e dwcOHHt U lint tn self. nrottfht here from Hof,
Cardinal Colombo of Milan United :Nations arone againstwar Pope Paul \I fmmhcd his one-day pilgrimage to New and \rchbishop Angelo Dell' characteristic trait' a people men. hearts and ally after This blessed stone vs'' be
opposed any change, leo in favor of 11'al'e" .Acqua officials of the Papal bitstll' its rorxeptiMi of word M the external ttwttttHHi placed. in the foundations ,.f
Cardinal Suenens fir f Mahne, He iiiotd| the late l'rsl I | \oik by offering Mass for the American l people secretariate of' State M,,"n.l lgnor life on pirttu_l values. en a tI f snriHy Peace mart edtf .
a great new r '
!
elgium: suggested a mote dent loin.I I l' Kennedy as saving ', 1 I'alhrr'rnla: in the Pope crowded day hl1.IIII1 ntrinalional : Mane Na allt Mecca I de rrhci"Hi. tense. mt freettnmon live!' and reisjs .ka Mesi. s ronrmira nary of ust arrM" '''.r t
thorough investigation of sex : Mankint must put an character\ The. MaN he offered had an intu (lorneuano! an official of the hiyalty. mi work, M tereaped a* My Scrtftwe :\ewYarkCardMMl

sal problems as an effective end In war or war will (put an national flavor, too Dut more than anything! it wn papal "household" ; Mcw_ gw>r of oVrt) on familr afffction leaches ui May Uw peace SfeUman *r !h
answer to modern eroticism fInd to mankind :Newsmen America Mallll and New } ork'a Mass The American peo. Pasquale Macchi the Pope tm jen<'re.rty and of Arm reign tn your that cawage. and (ar"fVr,"
and moral decay on T\ laid that at this point pie responded in the name private aecretary RaimimdoManitnl. cmirageV heart*" iCoL 1. U, nets whic are characterise
"Ue should have an answer the piesident! "id'll'Ir.. for North America: his papal editor of tht Vatic c pv honor to the human
rptt itPope. Peace I I. eider la retail of .Mm. is prefanng to b d
en birth control before we Jacqueline }..pnnt'dy.I hll secretary of state \mleto ) LOsnervaUi and civil virtue of UM great
Paul the spiritof can City daily U God and la relaticn U coca this semanary for I the tea! a 'i
caught :
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man Cardinal Gilroy of' Ssd." After the Mass. the Pope! i of P'f'1W""a"": sal.asiry
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shorts of humanity American Hisno| as. iresriniiiu.: ThelWy .Father last |public alai/'shots. / the awt.n.luaai tool
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leader of the Jesuit order The only nation of \the llN > Jowph" F Flannellv. an Eugene: Cardinal T 'Sf'r.ant. "(;iNt ble'* \merka. (;gad| hlkler. this yang and n"r. at ,r 116a.N. msstjr the proof fit r' .' ,
that was conspicuously absentwas auxiliary Bishop of New \ ork, whack U .....
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poke of I new godless inrlrI dean of the College of lard. bless yen aU." tatting fo niry tan dense stn deuce a tic Mnwur'ar
y taking over the world "a commumalruledlban1a The Popes own party at naJi-Lurope lefty aHcenvuirlsf examples hers for U The Pope left the haU and the Mass, and other events of taxied not debikUt tad pervert tfce those, tomorrtm ;
perfectly tnapped-out stratejty tj the plane away I. encmaraf It la Us fntoreprogress tie p:' '.e
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Ions, financial renter I n It1'1I.1. the chambers of theSe Cardinals representing the eats except Jc' media" nt ity ('initu i I'! the Trustee. csintncnts 01( the world They Hitler *f M, Uu,. IIIpff prf.r school band perhaps taking So too III' return o Still (.mint Ii I and the Kouomt 111.1' Ins hot :Newoik. ''s l at the banker Midium Us cut from the Pope struck n-rdulh to all th fj
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