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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 15, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
weekly
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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\'OFXMI: No. 50 Orlando, Florida, Friday, October It, 19M JOel anniversary of the election of Top John XXIII, the Earlier, the Pope had l 111-> ''Through It Priests, are many centuries In the Western
formed the \atlran Count'I or Latin Church, Among
ecumenical council which he initiated will hold
a public able t* consecrate all their
that he Intends not only 1 1preserve 1""> Fasten rite Catholics, however .
ession October 23 which
at several completed docutnenU love completely Christ and
the ancient law 01( deacons before .
may marry
will be enacted. I I. dedicate themselves e*.
celibacy of the clergy of the being ordained to t h e
Holy Name plans At the public iesaton rope Paul will commemoratehis Latin-rite Church but also "to elusively and generously t* Priesthood Out married I
service ot the Church and leaunt's
predecessor by ron Jrbratlnr Mass with several reinforce Us observance Priests may not become

council Fathers Then be will officially proclaim the completed His decision was revealedIn Bishops

council documents, following a formal public Note a letter read to the connell The letter ended with a ANNNN/NNININNINNI

on each of them by the aaembled this week bv the ecrelar\.\ statement that lathers still\
convention in Tampa council Fathers), Perlcle Fellcl, council tec. general Archbishop }'('lIei. letting to express t""lr'In" ion Mission SundayFlorida's
retary general: did not apecl! The Pope said: the subject could submit
It will be the third such tei- (v which documents would be Public debate I Is not opportune tht'nIn writing to the connell Catholics\ will add
lion since the council beganon ready for promulgation. this 's presktrncv for transmit their contribution te those
TMPMon ijrnor Harold F. Jordan diocesan llcllj; !Sam Ulimer, toastmaster on subject whkhis
Ditcher 11, 19(12.( Pope Hut the schema on pat.total so Important and which i skin to him personally for his given throughout the country
moderator of Holy Name Societies. together with Father ) Johnnie Mention' .
Mission Sunday 'for the
attentive! ..ulmn.llonIf. on
duties of the demand
such
Taut promulgated the Con t" Bishops. on profound pin
John P. moderator of the West of cry. dlocesaa treasurer, and missions
Lawler
tinder
Coat
Deanery renovation of religious life. dunce. Furthermore it I Is our f ie Rod support of' the
and
tution the
the Holy Name, are joining lay diocesan and deanery officiala (lade King diocesan eiem-. on the Liturgy on divine revelation and on Intention not only to maintain The papal announcement the auspices of the pontifical
the both ef Jacksonville
in urging a large attendance-October 29, 30, 31, secretary Decree on Commllnieitl0ft8M.dia priestly formation have already this ancient sacred and pro'. sat met with prolonged applause Society for the Propagation
in T.mpa-ol members at the 37th annual convention of disk and MichaelRehr.. at the end of the second been completed by UtentUl law ItlIII the according to a coun of the Faith. Ml.:slon Sunday
reglstralUn.The
the Diocesan Union of Holy Name Societies. session in 1963. lie) promulgated council and a* alt only a format forte of which we are caps ell spokesman Is October 17 and the collection

James J. McAuliffe. president of the Diocesan Union. program details will be the Constitution on final >'ote. Three other ble. but aim to reinforce Itt The law of celibacy requlr will \be takes at all par

has been assured of an outstanding convention by the released at an early date. In the Church and the decrees documents the lay apostolate observance. calling\ on Priests. Inc all tatinrll oubdea'ont. I lubes and mlmlons of the Dl.

West Coast Deanery president, Gregory D Cracy of eluding place and time for on ecumenism and on the Christian ,education of the latin Church to rrcog. deacons Priests and Plnhops! rene at St. Augustine en that
the banquet and the date and astern: Churches at the public and the Church attitude toward nine anew the causes and to t.b'OW not to marryIt dale.
Dunedin, and Charles P. HenvL Tampa. the convention
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location of the assembly atSacred congregation cloning the Christians are reawns why today pecal! not of divine origin, ac ,1111111111111 N 111111 N111N
chairman.
Uj rank Peres, titblatIf.rold Heart Church where third session last November known to be In the final
Throughout the Diocese Davis, general assign" the men will march in procession In making the announce. stages of council work and at
pastors are placing posters menu; James Irbaaskl, pub- into Mass ment this week, Archbishop least some of them could be
on parish bulletin boards calling Council hears U.S. servicemen
attention to the plans for r I
the Holy Name Convention Itgh
missionary example
praised
It will be held I I. the as
Florida Motor Hotel In do-s

lows Tampa. r \TIC\N (USf( ) The Srwrvl Vatican Cmm- tip Information. renters for I

rila marked! by atmontconrertexl world wlrt esrhange of Idea*.
Many of the men are pl.n."Inl congregation on Tuenlay was an
to bring their families r'r'w appeal from several minalonsrv Bishops! to Four Rlshnps from Rwanda

to the west! Coast city for clarify the authority and relationship between aperUliroi( and lUimndl, all speaking In

the convention at the urging mission socictica and local Hisho)*, :Seventeen Fathers, th. name ot their combined

of the committee in charge t all but four of them rnlnniorury Bishops' asked for a reappraisal episcopal conference. called
Convention v for clarification of the authority
programming of the role of the laity In mlnsion activity for and relationship b.-
has bttnlnd.r..., far sometime
Mr, Meulitfe hit :v rile Irnrganiiatlnn of the Congregation for the Propagationof : (ween local) lilshopn In ml*.
crossed the state from one the )'Faith and for.a clearer statement of the obligation: don territories and mission

end of it to the other mating R of all Catholic to be mla children and the sick, h. ron societies who com to work

plant for the annual demonstration Bona ril'.. tinned, within their Jurisdictions
of faith by the unit Dishop Michel Ntuyahagtof
ed Holy Name Societies of the '11,," by a standing vile Father Arrupe said that the Bujumbura, Burundi, call

Diocese lie has conferred In debate wai concluded on the missionary effort Itself has ed this "th* moat Importantitem
Jacksonville with other dioc Plan HN convention this monthThe ",'un1f1nt on mle.loniry activlty often been accompanied by a In the schema." t'nleu'

Bran ert rlljr coinple causing It I li 'solved he laid, confusion
area in Central Florida. and Floridan HU J In Tampa James McAuliffe. diocesan ",....111.d"nt Frank Perc Harold nil vi., James. written ballot taken Its mlnalnnarlei to 'In 'r..- will continua ml, collaboration

most recently, on the scenein will he the mere on October 29. 30 of HNS' Father John awlor Irbanakl. S am Iwitimer. John on timale the rapahllltlei of --'an essential element ft

Tampa and 31 of the S7th annual cnnven West Coast IVanery spiritual director Montgomery, Clyde King and general acceptability The rcrruler Ihne to whom they. preach" missionary activity will aV
furthermore. he. said\ ".
not announced
the" men present at Michael Alchedisk. were b* threatened,
Among line of the Holy Name, Society In Charles llensel Gregory have been myopic," falling to ways
the. pre-convrttion sesame of tht-'Diocene Complying plan for Gracy W. D. Noble; bark f1\W. i I \oting was roml'lrtrd-.lth bring .a broad view to ml- IU.h., Joseph tlbmana rl l
Name board lad
the Holy overwhelming approval onthe'document
week in Tampa were: the event are, fro/ left Mated, Robert rtach, James. Brown, r....,. .'- ...- a format al i en prlesdy
Mr Mc*. ifle Father l.aw1r ,. in ditaemlnalincI'lfArniatitin III.h., mini lea the 'common
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Inn. the missions. and .bond
: Mr Heniet and Mr on father e nailing
Here he cited Inacrurarlesparticularly all ml.il.narlei ,In the rn
I
racy; W D. Noble. past Council roundup s gluwlng Irlhul I I.
president of the Diocesan American servlrerneii who
I 'nion and of t the West Cast served In the Korean war. writ"* on the. n snlnne after lion of the kingdom of God"
D,anenTke Archbishop "Paul klnam It. of' hurt and eupertulal visits I Every: missionary must worknder .
On population religious Seoul railed the witness There has been Inn he said! a the (oral nlhlt', h*
renvrrll.e! rommJtteerhalrmr war rannnl he. I Iwo
many of hem( gate I. ,their "I.hl' criterion In the o.leiIlan sahl' "There
present Included faith s clear etampl of of mlMinnarle. "at If dredierres-are' I I. rellglou

Robert Oerlafh, transportation Thu if a roundup of the James "'*.', ... '\\t.11- ....IeR. in the fourth' week of the fourth session of the schema" part of the modern world health and mediocre teshnbd
to aslet'tn -
lather I'larM Jordaa OHIV.1ICN lellg will the ,..1..1 da t schema. Catholic soldiers amt latent Turning
fly debate the ties .f Rtshepe.B.memwrsng. As one listened, la the array rfflrers were cmuptcunus. li* Finally he said. the. very | of misalunary admlnitratlnn .*-
Priests'retreat > .\ un' (:NTVilh) general on 01 speakers torn very promo said for their fervor in attending notion of miaelnnary has at- .. Pushup Joseih. Mar-
crucial subject of the Church In the modern worM end the man sent, one might' have thought' Sunday Masa, rocelvIng most herofne' synonymous tin W. of Burundi asked

set in See City ed. it was felt in the fourth week of the fourth \attran hurdles Involved, this It clear them' all pecrfiali. U a seme. I My Communion side by with 'beggar" aim.. manyof 'for equity rather"' than *(juaWIty

Council anuKin that from five to seven decrees will be evident ef progreis In ceun of .....,... they all are All aMe with. Korean. and In them have spent .In collectIng "' as the hails 'for wor dwM >
*T .UMSTINrrctf: ready for pubtte proclamation by the and ef October flew rtl thtaklng. for Ute issue were outspoken In wtrrtervedroAdemiMUone talking with th. Mrean pat- | of futxli' fist mlas4Ans di."lrlb il"' n of flnam al

bishop Joseph/ r Hurley and trees expected are the mass on divine revelation, the cal. colltolrty'. -- the of war. Most tors and faithful after Mass. much Km which could have aid 1 and mission. personnel

he prle.ts of the Diocese of duties of Diahops. Christian cdwatxm, semlsMry forms ....... In other wer4. of demanded the pNfIC'rlfltJitft of This "prwdiM.ed "prefeuwlM ,tern .|>eAt more effectively Kqual: dlatrlbullon without
M Aigistine. will attend Uie rtfkU '"f I....,. IN rets iMieWar arms and dtjotled lading effect In all in preaching the coopedi. referent. to particular n..l1tI" .
their retreat ia St Angurtw lion, and on lUstgtaus.t ed irtftM .* the Ckwrc ia tern to the Pope and how. far with iVfiwrd Card Ml All rIk Korean. whether. they were certain areas was all

'from Monday evening. October .dttIiUeIt, t.e ctkera OT the m.d.m world. r..... thy may' ,..m.. iaM f,1\4. .f llolleitd even to riot lplb pagans eatMhtHnw orVtotlana lathrrrmpe' railed ,forth right In the' past, he said, but
23. la Friday mrBMg llherty. MM iwlastss and the ent >url 4tcUwi through na ( |realloe f ins the I'rt-
telatlere with .Menpeclailv tug them at deterrents' or for ( 'he tiki.
all
October V! p"........ liMial episcopal I ._"..*!. del ftfJ p galUH .f f Ih. ralla U set.t1 .tJ MISMOS1, lat
the Je.s, and on ens. The aitferlor\ general,
The retreat will be give iadowntowa ........... not ..... U prartar this mean d.. .
.
the lay postdate -- be *uUs. Ki Ma. second councilPrrk
H4el. Pane d. may M........ ,...... Uw scttewaMI reMraUuiaon and. M .larternaUa Tke 'delrrreel, argument ,atoc his election Deanery rally of HNS
Peon. the Chancery announcement readyAfter tile CkMrcb isi UM SM4rawrM >.1 l akartag M th* tvrrmet *- wan staled last yen ky. .*..)!. *. llstod I
.
earlier this M\O.r.
year
James W the Ung. All Sits ad
said lather how M laamuM tektwg ./ the universal CtHtiihIt tar, lllib.ii IHIIIi M I. II.aaa ..- Inlets
l irtnev S J win conduct the AU Souls weetetrf 1M C.us- at r.awae why lit mla held in Jacksonville
ever a cempdkMed test win IMV* lr-techlng tuna of Haiklagtoo. (now \rrkhUbf plenary activity tie t.. ofnM .
retreatORMMtO. nl tathrri will tactile news. that ka .bees dMllMied. !ita .*ynm.i. ......1 .Uidiraledby of New Orleans. ) awl little attractive andarouMi

dettale M .., scares the etaMlafen ef In* o4bermerlraa. Brlllik ..d| M halo. eiHhjlaMwrihM \1\'O1N1il.u" : A'I| proilmately 2)X) men heart

Hospital Orlando It is eifwrtod that their sufvenM e$*Mfl ayfMd It llallaa prelates' th* CkisrcliTh an adulrrM by the honorabUiUnt Edward I. Hnoth first, **.

Mercy new. ..Mae wtll be bark III Null lead to M actual sitar. Tithe Archblihep appro*** has .been "lafantlllalic state attorney at theftucwy fall rally rf the 11"ly N.meMomlgoor
I the fixer by Newember MW tog of ret George A,, Beck of iJterpuolMtM a Augustine
be dedicated Oct. 23 ..H he*** of fiMl iMtaitMg Pontiff wtU let worM alf IJ sold Jordan reminded t
to by tM e4 of Ne..r. arekwi. aticlear oVfent moral rule I IvaneryTH the. men that lh. (ally, oeediarlU
the usume.Meareepsdble If juII.... *. wM HtohovMfetkal U Is |*ar.4 to cMMnw. adIh rally WM UM. M (KMwr *, suit apathy'
UkrwtM. c '
,Merry Wed real renter Central Fl" nd*'i fr lie ,....... Kb" **** of IMt. "',. .* Mwoferatol nM MM. tale IV .. Assumption. parlitii
newest hop' tal will be d )U! ...""He Th dv .b*. Mr Ifawlh. a mantel i of tf"enational
K. afN'C1 ,
have attained a degree/ t f ,i "hoard of Ih. (:Ithenifor
not at I..t".t.t )
l4 4. but ; > \\La" >vt
Archbishop Joseph P. Hu sky; btraw the new (3 million >srta< N*>*.t f. HMM. pre "., .. .akir Mews. were set. peke"Aeebbtnb.p hunt! ailvan. -!',",< '* t>1ted > gain,\t ,' II.I ,l.| )' I I"r'Ia". fi*< r 4 lut.rabn.' spoke
hospital in Orlando rwsaWy. the aMl. adredawpb seat's *. here I brmenf '
newemeM M the Pedro Canter as i' al dl: I ,r on coat hi* organ Governor Ha,.. Runt writ b* beer from TU K.... t. to e. are W M HUM ...... J'f'.u.1Id war worM. ." a'lonwxwr 1 .t[ dung t 0 .peetoct 1'wI young

t*+ to take part In the d4x atien oa tave bmiMng began far IW ....... rtaawg MMaatirtawtod poverty: and. verpnfutatKM. ON W IK. page eight _.ti:4 t 7 I* Ms" weleomUg. address< (r"m txirnogroetii'liters' ire.M ,

ring at 2 pm. The Art!. toe Dneaber Ser -- _.,. .., .,>. ... -- -...-- "n"gnor .lames J lleilln,
bishop WIll return from the trendy all Mig. IM greet. clMetly aler -.1'......' ., 4 ," .. k "!'r ve. Y deanerv spirlttial. direttnr cur

!5foMatttaa GwncM Inrm. Mgt II tke.' d.KH t la the TV blgkHfM." *f Ike ear ".'1"" to bunted llh. mm 14 work at the

to dedicate the h .. had.i II .e ........1 rsls invest week ......IIoCf'4.uu' le! /"ent ;ira'itre' program
After ben.Mn. IK pub |ianery officers }f' nxt
pita!. hr ..... Iw .kMP.ed to tour the 'uuu, ,uuUU'u" w t"' Aximptton, pariah KM
The program coal ..... the ,
kmfrtaLMM Confirmationschedule 11''I' f" in woteMiiwig m fi
school rhjMreai W tfc* area '.a\tor"' '' (>w..l>Jr. president
.4> latocalww by MMgrvaries .Uul i. (arias. ,0 ".,a sr pant l llnly Name
A. Bartok. pator ., prnadsl If 'M hapdal'saesMtary '" r> ,,' Jacksoxivill heath,
w i! follow It. take. ** I* tkl .. somber. to r** Wt 'N foe 1M DMarP ef ... Ae...- a J11 behalf 01 f hit meta
:* and use MttMul ......... tort TW k**,H.1 l .n epos tIe le .s Mbwf wttk animaasdMi j
fer .....t. Islip s** pstk.ts U Imrt a closed with
.*.*4re. N. Servos. OrUo- i meeting Ion
d*.. ,..Ir....; ., the Uo4roMwg > n. .slsia 1 decent I,'., at""r*
fir IM .... bbseray if f. and. Ortoker rersM s
rowmltiee. wet gktIke r MI K aUff *f M". team. IM *rbsS tartan was presented' at It
.rrme ,. Ike. ,*.hhr.fit ttlesss.w Tneen'ate'' ncertnr IJarkrrsri.. w.

.** fill t>.. ttwaker*' menps repeMl.,ltiN 'I Pmab pnrb
r'j'!-was beaters the Awls> Mlar */ Ort..i69's h hop and Flarrfas lower paraM. M Jaet Catch ,.. ,.,. lealkvest deanery have
tit will KM Rev Matterta. n. bngNal. was tt.etpsedby Jaekanswt... scheduled: their fall rally fr
.,t E4ia of M ,.,....**. ....r sad AoorrsM Our Lady .f A.i..* ,.,. r iw.d.y Ortolwr I? Mod'algoor

superior general *f IN ass .. W ._ M LNavarIssas Ms. At St. HN ( korle I.. lulaorfer
lent of N J
at! I 3ul.( tae tmaolal. a4 A I A., tl liras Pa* AmrrCa *." oII'I' *. II.I S,nffiefi'r 0", 'r.'JK AuSoif) A yl..*i't, tracing me***.. cute and) sag EI/h.erlag. aid la.drnbea (Hvber 9Immaculate. Jrda.svtM. for kU parUk "Society" I*
..nmviiiit ,...r...t I* Trft ify knit the Cep- gujrtin [)ra"y' m/Pr I' Aaumpth men arc e',"n ng I I plan and 1 .last let day. .s pro
.. Ian pans. tent '''..,,11 m h S* 'IH-" M (V. pf'-*M|''n t"' '". Main w 4 ,
M p'varrr prtti4e eI --.My | MtM<.| w' rill grout
tU V-.Cf (...,' if.dacal acne oeeyeoe \\ lU l U'UlU l tber .'i, for 'heir '*. 'j I., U-I by began tile !es s. ,' "-s. 1






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Two The Florida Catholic, Friday October IS, 19&.5

Why does the Priest ask so many



I Florida ReportsSt. questions before people marry?


By Father William, B. Cttanauth Then, after all the questions

Petersburg Maitland all over the United States constantly advise of the father and mother
BLESSED ST. MARY MAGDALEN PASTORS separately and under oath I
TRINITYA \' brides and bridegrooms to go to the
card party, will be held St. Mary Magdalen school was, to my great surprise invited
pastor of the bride to make arrangements for the marriage the
children collected 325 cans of to share midday
October
on 22 at 8 p.m. in the
social hall, sponsored by the milk to be sent to children in at least one month before the great day. This Is meal with them. I was so glad
Blessed Trinity Women's Club. Viet Nam. Mrs. Edward sensible advice for the Priest and for the persona contemplating I did. The meal was delicious)

Donation is 75 cents For tickets Blackman was in charge of marriage as well dom of each party of the marriage After the meal and all the
call Mrs. Robert Rothe at the project. On October 9 the t7y To have everything !in readiness lie must obtain the simple amenities that accompanied

867-4833 or Mrs George girls of the eighth grade Civics relieves the bride and signed statements of two persons it, the father invitedme
Elaine at 8675492.! AU card Club met at Mrs Blackman's groom: of a lot of worry and for each of the marrying to tour his chicken farm
players are cordially invitedto home and donated several t stress as the day approachesand with him. He was somewhat

attend. hours to cleaning/ and repairIng there are so many thingsto couple. surprised when I recognizedhis
toys to be sent to Lt Col. I plan. It also helps the These statements are indeed prize White Rocks Japanese
HOLY FAMILYOn Edward Blackman in Saigon. Priest because it gives him called "affidavits" be- Silkies, Black Minorcas
October 23, om 9 p.m. Colonel Blackman will distribute .. .J time to assemble all the because such they are, affidavits ( and Kimber White Leghorns

to 1 am, the Holy Family the toys to service necessary papers for the mar. of truth. He was really surprised when
Women's Guild will! sponsor units all over the country and riage They must be signed in the I knew all\ about his Vantress-
a dance at the Maximo MoorIngs they will be given to Vietnamese Bazaar planned at Christ the King parishOn People must remember that presence of a Priest, any Cross broileds
Anchorage Club. Costumes children at Christmas. the Priest does not make the Priest chosen by the persons imagine he wondered how

are optional. Admission The Holy Name Society will October IS and 17, the parish- melberg, Mrs Daniel Japour, general rules He Is obligated) to fulfill to whom the affidavits are they teach those things in a

is 1250 per person and meet at 8 p,m. on October 22 loners of Christ the King; in Jackson. chairman, Mrs. Hollice Crisp; stand all the requirements sent. Then that Priest him Catholic seminary I never

Includes refreshments. For in the old school building<< vine will enjoy the annual bazaar on log, Father Timothy Allman, Mr. Er. placed by the Church and his self signs the affidavits and told him I once owned a chick
tickets or further information, Saunders will speak Diocese for every marriagehe returns them to the Priest en farm of my own. That
Major the church ground Among those planninf win Minnlnger, Mrs. Jack Morgan, and .
the
who is to marriage
call Mrs. Blystone at 5273780. inlet performs. perform would have taken away all
about his experiences the bazaar from left seated F Stazenskl
are, Joseph Jr.
A dessert card party, sponsored 'am. All men of the parish Sensible people will give the ceremony. the fun of the element of surprise -
by Circle four of the Mrs. Rose D. Miller, Mrs. Marvin Him- Priest When all these records,
and their friends are Invitedto time to fulfill his ob Needless to say I had
Women's Guild, will be heldon attend ligations and will not pressure statements, and affidavits are real difficulty\ getting out that

November 30 in the Holy Junior Girl Scouts met October Mm up to the very last minute assembled the three banns screen door four hours after
Family School. The party 13 in the lunchroom. Clearwater Two women's deaneriesset especially in these must be announced in all the I first entered it

will be from 1 to 4:30: p.m. Mrs. L I 11 Mantes Is our Girl ST. CECELIAA modern days when there Is so churches in which the marrying That farm family and I are
and donation is one dollar. Scout neighborhood chairman rummage sale will be much flux, people moving couple have lived since now the best of friends: a

For reservations or furtherinformation this year. If you would like to sponsored by St. Cecelia's final plans for meetingsFinal about from city to city and the age of fourteen. inch Catholic Priest and a familyof
call Mrs. Mario Mothers Club on November dentally the affidavits must
nerve as an adult leader con. from state to state. In most Southern Baptists But Iam
Gatto at 328-3759. tact Mrs. Mantes at 838437. 3 and 4 at 112 North Garden plans have been made for two DCCW deanery cases, too, the people do not also be procured for the non- still Parson to them. I left
Is the Avenue, Clearwater even think to tell the Priest Catholic in a mixed marriage. the home with a happy
Mrs If. Q. Schauer
meetings to be held this month. The members of the Or.
Siesta Key St. Cecelia's School will It Is surprising how friendlyand
Brownie troop leader Due to their change of address. friendly feeling And I had
ST. MICHAEL the large number of girls In hold its annual halloween lando Central Deanery of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Priests and pastors know helpful nonCatholics are two of the most truthful affidavits .

Forty Hours Devotion at the troop we need an addi carnival Saturday, October Women will meet at St. Andrew Church, Orlando, on less about the migrations of In their effort to comply with I could ever obtain.
Michael Mission. Siesta Key, tional Brownie leader. 30. It is sponsored by St. October 19 and women of the Southwest Coast Deanery their parishioners than they the wishes of the Catholic Getting back to the man'

will, open Sunday, October 17, Cecelia's Mothers Club. have planned their meeting at St. Raphael. Church do of the swallows, of Mission Church in this regard. In fact tinge plans, my dear young,
after the 9 '.m. Mass, and Temple Terrace Program starts at 11:30: a.m. Englewood, on October 21. Capistrano. many nonCatholics praise the prospective brides and bridegrooms .
close Tuesday, October 19, CORPUS CHRISTI at St. Cecelia's School 1 Father Cyril P. Kennedy Mats will be offered at that As time passes some members Catholic Church for the safeguards let me add that if one

following the 8 o'clock Mass. November 20 and 21 are the grounds. C.PP.S. of St. Andrew parish time. of these families plan it places around mar of you happens to be a non-

Evening services will\ be held dales for the "Corpus Christl DunedinOUR has announced that the worn- The morning lpe.kprID marriage. A great wonder riage. Catholic a dispensation must
Sunday and Monday at 7;30pro. Church Bazaar." Plans have en will gather at the churchat be Sister Marls I Therese. then arises about the "red I hate bees In Florida onlya be Issued by the Bishop of the
These services will be been completed and the women LADY OF LOURDESThe 8.45 a m. Affiliation presidents Benediction of the Most tape," as It Is sometimes short while But during that Diocese of the Catholic. Do
conducted by Father John F. have been busy at work Holy Name Society of will then form a pro- Blessed Sacrament will, be at called the marrying coupleare time I have bad some my not be fearful, young lovers,
Lima MM, Father Jose L. all summer making the many Our Lady of Lourdes Parish cession Into the Church and noon followed by a talk by put through. Of course the pleasant experiences In going as you read this.
Vincent has announced as a part of Father Joseph F. Daley. Priest of the Is
Mena and Father gift Items for sale. place always te the homes ef non-Catholics
Walsh M.M. There will be numerous their 1965-16 seasonal program due for a great amount of un- te obtain Information for mar Most ef these preliminaries
s series of motion picture Please make year reserve.Mons are performed by the pastor
booths, namely: the lamp- Saint's relics fo due criticism: riages.
O films portraying Important with year smilatlea ef the bride. Bat mint
lighter cafe where one might Father Is so, so strict lie yea
events in the history of president by October IS, spon. give him lime t* art. Is that
pause to enjoy a cup of coffee demands so many papers and On one such occasion I was
in Jordan
eon auk. The St. AndrewWomen's
and a piece of homemadecake religion repose asks so many questions. I'm told that I might receive a really asking toe much
1 Guild Is in ..r.rranaemfRts.
charge
; the white elephant These films are of standardsize JhRl'SALEMC: ( > A lure I do not know the answers cool reception at the home. So Remember the Church and
booth for real bargains at a and length and have been delegation of the Greek Or. to all those questions! I approached it with' some the Priest take all these .

(: y ; '.: fraction of their cost; parcel shown on a nationwide scaleat thodox Patriarchate has left St. Raphael Altar Society Here I am In Florida and he trepidation The screen doorat for your happiness precautions

.... .." post, parcels from all over regular motion picture here for Venice to obtain) the will\ greet the women of the Is asking about relatives and the front door gave out a and, indeed for your protection -
,v" ,\.:.iJ( the world; the library booth; theater prices. They will bs relics of St. Sabbas, the filth Southwest Coast deanery friends way up In Pennsyl big squeak as I opened it to With so many people
shown In
and the botkjue shop display. Our Lady of Lourdes century hermit regarded as a when the fall meeting Is heldIn taxis It Is several years ring the doorbell I thought I adrift In a busy world boys
... log unique gifts for all ages. parish hall at matinee and founder of Eastern monas- their parish. Father \Vil- now since 1 lived in the North. would, give out with a much and girls meet all kinds and
There will also be a varietyof evening performances both of tlclsm. liam Bane will be the host Wily send papers up there louder squeak on my hurried all classes of society.
f' 1 plants, Including citrus which will be open free to per. On October 24, after a pastor BOW to ask about me? way out! However, the very

,t:. a,_ trees and exotic house plants sons The of all faiths. solemn service at St. Mark's Activities start with Mass "Father calls those papershe opposite was true.
I. along with artificial /flower first film of this seriesIs sends to relatives and I was welcomed Into the
entitled "St. Francis cathedral, the relic will be at 9 a m. followed by Benediction my St. Petersburg
arrangements, Christmas decorations of As brought to Jerusalem, accompanied Registration, break. friends up in l'enns'lv.nia'arrldnlts' parlor of this modest farm-
cards and It will\ be shown on and treated t
most
like home
wrappings by auxiliary Bishop fast and a buslneas session or something
Wednesday October 20 at th.t.011 'would think I was cmteoualy) But the amusing
Giuseppe Ollvottl of
s Venice. Hill be conducted In the
10... of will be setup 2:45: and at 7:30: p m. to HEARING AIDS
Plenty games church hall. Mrs Max Ben- 'booked' up there or had a thing; me was that thewNle
on the Church grounds.Mrs. Other films !in this series The relics will be exposedfor der, deanery president, will prison record What Is the ; family continually referred s49t5fli.
Virginia Mule, chair and the dates on which they 15 das at the church of call the Church coming to, anyhow* to me as 'Parson" I ?.. .
to order
It's fun to man and Mrs. Joan Madigan, will he shown are: Loyola the the Holy Sepulchre In Jerusalein promptly at meeting 10.30 a m. Can't the Priest take MY hope some of my Priest- .e..ea.II M"MM.., M"lELSWORTH ti M tae

co-chairman, have promisedthe Soldier, November 17; The then brought<< to the word for things" And so It friends up In Pennsylvania do
COOKblamelessly biggest and best bazaar Great Commandment, December monastery of Massaba In Jon Luncheon will be served at goes, on and on. not read this or I will never HOI f,,... aba. r*. ass.....
ever. Proceeds from the bazaar 15; The Magnificent Adventure dan. 1 pm at Cyros on Highway live down that reference!
will go toward the Corpus January 19, 1966. 41, south.nlce.. The truth Is that he PriestIs

SAFER CLEANER Christl School library fund. Gulfport this They were venerated at Kf if nations h avid I be trying. to protect he holy Edouard C. ALPINE
monastery until they Sacrament ef marriage and Craig
made by October It by writing
COOLER FASTER Daytona Beach HOLY NAME were carried off by the Venetians Mrs. Rusiell lalllrr. tttOllih the future happiness .f thme Contractor and Dutnb.ttr TVe .l New Nurtlfif" : Heel

...CHEAPER, TOOl OUR LADY OF LOURDES Holy Name Women's ClubIn during the Middle Ages Street Englewood: about to receive that beautiful forYil 'for the fattt l lit Nil,.;,.,
er,
Gulfport will\ hold a rummage Last April 5, during a visit Sacrament of Lan,. .n Mttl, Ctrtmit: Horn C.r*.
Today, the nf're< retiden Lady of Lourdes Women's sale on October 2.1 and of envoys from Greek Ortho- seed MOM:, Til;.S 'I474ST
till kilowatt pr hour Club Daytona Beach, will I 28 at 929 Baum Avenue Northin dox Patriarch Bcnediktos of Chairmen for the day are 11* uses every precautionhe | 1l7-47tH St. S.. J4MIOI 34Se 2ht Ave. South
St. Petersburg. A parish Jerusalem, Giovanni Cardinal, Mrs John Young, Mrs. Mer- possibly can to do so lie
it actually 31 % have an "old fashioned 1 e e muit
thtaptr than jut cream social" on Sunday, October sale will be held on October Urban) of Venice announcedthat ten Kluge( Mrs Donald procure a baptism
21 Mrs A. L. rope r.ul1 had h Harris. Mrs. Donald record issued within the past J. L.. Retard
10 yeaR .r<>l 17, from 2 to 5 p,m. on Anderson, approved Weeks, six months and confirmation
the church grounds. EveryoneIs chairman, has requested that the return of the relicsof Mrs Anthony Kroupa, Mrs. a a.a Pre4de.tM
Icd \ Rn tM ire invited donations of clothing and two Eastern saints, St Joseph Machacek, Mrs. William record for each person if
'tlrrlrte Kangrt household /goods be left in the Sabbas and St Titus Schultz. both are Catholics
Our Lady of Lourdes Wo
01 iralrr nor. And he
QV yew men's Club, Daytona Beach, school maintenance room. The relics of St. Titus were' Mrs Elmer: Taetz and Mrs. must fill out every 1
HORID POWM a IIS It T CO. returned to Crete on August John Robinson are in chargeof question on the questions
vlll have sale
a
on
rummage
HtiPtKt lUlU noH New Port Richey 22. demanded by every Diocese
) arrangements. erne eaew1poos
October 21 22 and 23 the
at QUEEN OF PEACEAt of the United States Sometimes I
corner of Main Street and
he
must write to Mexico
a candlelight service on n. ptr5Mai Pe
Pedenp
Grandvlew, Daytona Beach Canada, and even Europe ,_ .
Thursday, October 7, new nsew. a sal P"a. lath
CLEARWATER fII"444444444t4444444,4444eRules members were invested In to establish the absolute free- Callus t.. ,_ 1_ W a'l\ .,.Ilia

for the Rosary Altar Society of
Our tad Queen of Peace
The Investiture HOLY NAME PARISH
parish was
The J. Orlando Co. Inc. parish reports
conducted by Father Michael

ROSARIES Due to lack of spate, we Leap 0.S.B. pastor A social 4%
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES are unable to publish advance hour followed with 63 mem GULFPORT DRUGS

ease sue M Sif SnlttirlIMmtw notices of regular<< hers In attendance.
FMM IMM1 r : NEW CAR LOANS O)f.9reeR! C-/Ulcf f
Communion Tampa .... .... ra Mar
stales ST PETER CLAVER j" Jj ail. sir ..d .n y- Neighbahad: DwyqIh: a Self-S..teo

Betty K. O'Brien If your group had a pre- Father John Lennon SSJ The National Ban Phone 344-0011 I I 5009 Lalevlew Avenue

gram .r( general Interest te pastor of St. Peter Claver m* tJo"I miit Gulfport Florida
& Company readers send parish, has announced t hat ........
Our pleas usa J9 Mnv, m.
W.try ...
TS VtU SU
INI In* SI rt MUMNUTVII "follow-up" story and we Father Francis R Brou S J. C1
Miroeis sill be happy to print it.NMNN44444444444,4444. of Jesuit High School will
fi whoa conduct a study course of the r
Name ChurcH
'V Bible Father Brou has doneextensive Holy
traveling In Europeand For Cttkofies+ Of *>*!Us Ctlfftty

THE ORLANDO MARBLE CORP. the Far East, and during; Try this kitchen JACKSON'SSHOES

Altars- R.ill- Fount, -Stations- Floors his course, classes\ will be treat Calvary Cemetery

Marble. and Wood Finely Hendcerv.d Statue sR supplemented with slides taken You can be a hostesswith t to_ ..... _
..ton.bl. In the Holy Land. t to_ ... DON BARDELLA (ftd.." CanU.
The general public Is Invited exciting food Ideas, Nara -
2862 Gulf-to-Bay Blvd. Cl..rwi-t.r Phone' 726.3261CLARK'S 111.. Mr***.) M. .
and all faiths will be "'(!- tool Just serve Hot Chick. A ) f S. It .* SI* SI. N*. HMD!

come en Salad Muffins at the next For muffins, heat even to 641 Central', Ave, .u.un Otf,< Open M r M. Defy: I S. 4.rt by .ppe.t: eely
Classes begin on !September bridge club session. These hot (400( degrees F >I. Grease

26 and will continue each fancy muffins are easy, medium sited! muffin cups.

Wednesday evening through even on a lazy fall day. The Empty contents ef packageInto
GULF SERVICE December I. Classes will, beheld muffins, you see, are made bowl: stir In cheese lf 11S4 After Church

HERCULES I DREW at I p m.ForMoscow. without fuu from a paik- Add egg and milk: blend

PHONE 446)710 age of corn muffin mix only until dry Ingredientsare ,
post And while they bake presto thoroughly moistened. Meet All Your
the chicken salad is prepared (Batter should be slightly /
WORCESTER Mauathuselta lumpy 1 Fill greased muffin '
h+embvrl :: Friends At Then
SARASOTA- BRADEN TON (NO) Father Eugene cups half full Fake la
V LaPlante. Instructorin Come serving time Just preheated even (1400 degreesF 4645 111i SM./ Haiti.,
fill the muffins with !net
theology at Assumption > about! IS minutes er until 0il. Park LaneTTRONESHOfnNGCENT.il
College, has been appointed chicken salad. Garnish each sec's
gnMen brown.Whtle .
m t (fflgsfor furSARASOTA'S chaplain for American R*. I'laeIUt and! grapes.IUI .pineapple rings muffins are baking, ROOF \( tar U.N seer.aNMrwean...-.
man Catholics in Moscow. combine filling ingredients. \\'t Ns

Monsignor Armand H. Fasautels. cMc.ru salad mafflas Heat thoroughly<< To sent, ffisswf oawi
ORIGINAL RAW BAR provincial superior split muffins bortlonta ,. 104 ***
of Point Road South of the Assumption order, said .U.- net jo,.:*? f
I Mil South SHcln.y n Tril (US. 41)"Yeu'l ) no m ft (I"* Ion our S..food"INFORMAL that Father LaPlantt would 11 ..> r..>. ra. MM _.* muffins with hot filling: replace '{Ml.

INEXPENSIVE Iflto replace Father Joseph I loa aa..y ... tops Garnish wjth 344-9I41 CAF ETE R IA !

Serving from II A.t.A.. Phones t21.2/2t F Richard who has held '1 war.N .--. olives placed on toothpUis. ton. ii" ST. NO
the post since 11. I I a frv.N .m, Makes f servings. lie C-pl.- Lrtika, Meaday t'n SNw/.y


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Baltimore Cardinal defends role New arrests Floridaof

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T of Priests


traditionally given to Our Ladv } U. in Sudan told reports


BALTIMORE; (NC) Devotion to the Blewed Virgin prayer and humble, obscure, The Conge Jacksonville

la "not only legitimate but doctrinally demanded" labor" (i\C) Three native CATHOLIC WOMAN'S' CLUIA
Priests have Mass for deceased memo
Lawrence The Cardinal been arrestedIn
said the
Cardinal
Shehan of ecumenical
Baltimore has declared council had reaffirmed Sudan's southern province hers at St. Paul Church, operv

Cardinal Shehan. speaking in a pastoral letter defended Mary's traditional roleIn of Equatoria on charges of ed the new season for t h t

the traditional role assigned to Mary by the the Church by devoting the hiding arms and helping rebel 1 Catholic Woman's Club of

Church. He related it in final chapter of its Constitution forces it has been learned Jacksonville on October 1UMonslgnor
particular to the Issues of au. hereOn Harold F Jordan,
on the Church to hr.r.II '
thority and obedience
within the Church priestly cehoacy of them Is reported to moderator was celebrant
ana the d vocation of denied that By thu be Father Stlveitro Lacharanya Following< Mass a coffee and
J Sisters. remarked that here too. treating Mary within the context pastor at Juba and vicar meeting were held at the Wo
"equally probing" questionsare of another constitution delegate of expelled Bishop man's Club. Cochairmenwere
I "Christian obedience can being raised. instead of devoting a separate Slslo Maitoldi. Mrs Eugene P. Corrl
I 't
wly be understood in the con "Some speak even at document I* her the council ddl gan and Mrs. B. M. Milliard.
I text of the Incarnate Word of times In the General press-of intended I 10 "lessen the Im Re was the only I Priest who
the vow of chastity as the portlnc of Mary la the remained In Juba after the MOST HOLY REDEEMERThe
God. In the of Women's Guild of the
mystery source of countless psychological Church's teaching" IJkf"lse European mlsslonrri were
! Christ h* said "And so it ills." he remarked." he denied that the council' we, forced to lease In 1M4.! Most Holy Redeemer parish
la that Christ together with "The Sisters' life of prayer of Constitution the i Is having a card party on October
I His holy Mother gives us the humble, obscure work in threatens on devotloa Liturgy On July 1 of this year durIng 22 at 8 p.m in the social

I true ideal and example for convent school and hospital the Rlu.rd1rlln.popular U .M 'Mrw ''p r, the massacre of Juba hall at 8523 Normandy Boule

! our sacrifice of obedience and is also being represented" as krrk civilians by government vard. The public Is Invited.
Ms sacrifice of self" unworthy of modern women." In discussing Mary within, A$ rcb hoes troops lie stopped an armored ST. MATTHEWSt

Cardinal Shehan said the In answering<< such the Constitution on the car and stood before Its Matthew's annual bazaar

ideals of priestly celibacy and "charges." he said, it Is Church he said, the council Sun muzzle to prevent It from will be held on Sunday. Ootober

chastity are also being "ques necessary to take into consideration has "in the most appropriateway L firing on the church com 17 from 1 to 9 p.m. on

tioned"! today. "the fact that possible emphasized the pound. the church grounds at IMS
"Toe- many in this matter Christ chow to be born of andto true importance of Mary for Benefit The other arrested Priestsare Blending
eeem so taken up by the difficulties be raided by a virgin, by Mary I I' the first member of set at Blessed Trinity, JacksonvilleFather reported to he the director will he attractions Boulevard fo-Thar all *
ages
of a celibate Prient- one called and dedicated to the Church th* prototype of of a minor seminary and
hood that they fail to empha perpetual virginity. and the the community of believer Eugene C. Kohl met with her 27 at S p.m. at the Southslde \Vom- the pastor at Okaru about SO the including rides and games for

sise the deep religious significance further fact that Mary which is the Church the tile committee of the Blessed Trinity an'a dub In Jacksonville. With Father miles es
*f celibacy: ," he said. throughout her life continuedto Mother of the Church. She belongs parish Guild to make final plane for Kohl. are, from left, Mr. Jack S.Giannone Subsequent fragmentary reports and home-made cakes and,

lead a life of great obscurity in the mystery of the the annual card party and benefit ', Mrs Leo Vlnson and Mr. said a Father Angela candies The men of the Holy

"Deliberately chases eeH- In the eyes of men a life of Church." ahow. The party will be held on OctoJacksonville John G. Rcgsn.Oppression Amhodo was sentenced to Name Society' will\ Ifl'a
buy fer the let* ef Christ in.Iv lahn Likewise he (continued three months In prison by a
-- beef and
barbecue
dinner
and RIs Church Is the slga. Cardinal; Shrhan said .he, did "since the liturgy Is the worship military court In \Vau. In the Radio pork station

the prophetic wnaess. ef the not mean to imply that religious of the Church the community BLESSED TRINITY southern Sudan. It Is said that will broadcast and several WPDQ
presence I. the world ef the women of exceptionaltalent of the faithful and two Priests were killed In
The Women's Guild of Bless.ed leaves only 10 local combo's will be on handto
.
kingdom f God ef the superiority should not sometimes sim* Mary Is so intimately August while trying to cross In
*f the less .1 f God and play a "more conspicuous"role bound up with Christ and Hit Trinity parish III sponsor the border to escape reprisals entertain. addition there
.f His kingdom \er alt ether Church to its annual card party at ( mltilonsrlei.Newspapers will be a record booth and
in the Church and the disregard or neglect Priests in against
Southern
Sudan dancing for all The li
public
him*. goods and blenlags," world Mary in the liturgy pm. Wednesday October J7,
be at the Southikl Women's In the Sudanese cordially Invited to attend.!
sold "I am simply saying that In would be to betray both the
of Khartoum have The opening meeting of St
Club. Jacksonville. capital
KOME
(NC Fide
the Church and its liturgy ) the missionary news service<<
"Mary's virginity. Indeed considering religious as Mrs lo Vlnson Is rlillrulrd an appeal to the Matthew's Guild was held In
general here ha "
"The truth II reported that only 10 native Priest
well the Cardinal left In
her ImminUle Conception as priestly life we chairman other committee are Sudan government sent by the parlih hall on October 5.
must not hose sight of what Shehan declared "that today. the southern Sudan all other having been killed, arrented .
sad her Aisumptlea. added chairman Include Mrs. II. Tope Paul M, asking (hit the Mrs. Thomas S. Lobrano Jr.
"are the signs *f the 1In(. Christ and till Mother, leach" far from lessening reverencefor Brown Hood Mrs Maurice or forced to flee into neighboring; countries by oppressive rights IIf Chrlillans be ,.. presided Mrs. George P.

dorm ef Gad striking testlmeales he stated and devotion' to Mary the Walsh/ Mrs Harry Shim government measure sperled.Tie! Coyle. featured speaker, traced "

ef what the redemprhe "In the case of religious Church recognises that Ih.nH'ds berg, Mrs Man Stevenson All foreign Priests were. expelled| from the' southern the history and growth of
.. women, the most important Miry more than during newspaper n.11 the St. Augustine
Diocesan
grace f Christ has done Mrs Robert Mac hart, M r s. of
answer to the basic any time of the past part Africa' Urgent nation Amm hAd Glared earlier
sad tam de le "timnaa crea- question Militant Pasts, Mrs WPG olin; the lO.wio Catholics In Council of Catholic Women
tares whe are dedicated. !. concerning their life and their "The circumstances of the Meyers. Mrs Joseph Taj lor, in 1M4. the prefecture ar stone: of that all missionaries see from 1929:! until the present
Ideal is given by Mary, thr..lr.t present" call for a deepeningof spies of the Vatican and Intend
time.
Gad and I the .r( 111.ktagdeui' Mrs L
spread A. Milstead. Mrs. A. Th. struggle In the southern Malakal have two lYIenti; the
faith
In the
of Christian women, unique role of to divide! the Sudanen
the greatest of all womenwith Mary in our redemption, for Mclad, Mrs UilHam Kltm, Sudan has been caused by the vicariate apostolic of Wait, nation.
the Mrs Cecil Davis, and M r .. Khartoum government's determination with SOooo Catholic, Is served .
Turning tn the vocation of her perpetual vlrgtmtr cultivation of her as our The newspaper" Sahsfs said
religious, women, the Cardinal and her unbroken life of Id"alln the life of Priest, Re- John G Regan.Proceeds to enforce an Arabic by Bishop Irrnaeus Dud the ruling t'mms' party asked f*** ***- "*
h.lou. and layman. and for will' go to the culture on the predomlnsnlly and four Priests. the prefecture the Holy See for Its written ( Dentists help east)
church and school building Negro south Parts of apnutollc( of Monol, with
the intrnaiftcation
of our devotion promise not to Interfere In f shock of newFALSETEETH
to her who .is our most fund Tickets may be obtained the smith base been In rebellion Mom Catholics, ha* three !Sudanese! affslrs.Midwett .
JACKSONVILLETHE powerful intercessor at the at the door or from any for several years The Priests and finally, the viearlste ? lj

throne of the Father who member Sudanese government has of Juba, having 3T!>0ioo( diocese forms

chose her of the Son who was blamed the revolt on Christian Catholics has only one Priest. ,

tarn of her and of the Holy Undertaken adopt miMfcwarle Fides' said Father Vincent Sist.,,' conferenceST.

TRESCA Spirit who mad her His instrument code of ethics At MM beginning of the antiChurch Along of Mslakal was arrested Jo. tI'tI: .** meamires late In 1'13about In mid September Just a direction of IMshop Charles J, .
Hartley Press THE FLORIST I un,\\ .\, t ISO 1 The On- 130 Priects were in theswiUwen few days earlier three Priests' llelmslng of Kansas City-St. .
T
4012 AIl.eEc lov4.ar r/e Paintlnqi stolen from lane funeral Senir AMOH &udan. and another, were. arrested In Juba Theyare Joseph the DliKeian Confer I

1110 Kelly Strict Jaclseevsie. Fkrii Guadalupe chapel nation has approved a code XI rtrotberi and a.ler.. Kipwliion Father SllvMtro I.achar erne' ft Religious/ : Women has .

J.cl"nyill., FIt. I5M7W Phone 15'.1602-15')747 %it X11) (1TV (r ('l- Tu of ethical praclwe which of the missionaries re- nya. the vicar delegate" : Father ,been formed In the dlllc.'.... =- KIN ...u M r: sew .
the 4V members mutt sign dewed the t total to about 3t) ParMe Taban, rector of M.W.IN.p.wb'. /
valuable paintings dating The (lrllftllaIJ n'l aim Is to >.*4hup 11 ...1.. nnld'e M pee _
or fare eiptusmi Sudanese Priests and one the minor seminary; and Father a_ tk.. I'... ui,'|ilii( mt .t, .r*
bad t. the 17th century were Improve communications and MM *>.. sues ,.... .... tnttm *
stolen from th JOIIt'pfT"bman of OttawapreNt Hlahop Augustine! Oboma cooperation between the linoSulers 5.1 rwwa Isai.rrw _,. ,u
chapel erect.ed .......
tnttt kit
>et. said font M imt mmttk *
on the soot where their- aactatmn .According I fides the Fides said Mishop Akec, an of :26 communities stationed .nil MI IMMT ICMIWrwrrnirrM "sal' .
:t3 gin of Guadalupe appeared to members arrange ..oo..tWI/ run- Anglican prelate from the In the dlnt'.... The. conference Mlpi fM i'NS.e.uw'i..i.Me.s..sue /s51*" 5

th. Indian peasant Juan Die .per cet ef all fwteral In the/ Chvrrh down el f Jurlsdlctlons}I'rkiU In the.f five the !;Sudan has escaped Into the will he. affiliated with ..1M...Y....... .ears,.... -mp rrn.w,M4. -..,. .

province Congo and Is reported sale at the Diocesan Council of Catholic
south I Is followsiI ,
now si
goPoWce The red itt ethics
regmuesthat the town of Aba, Women
TWO FINE RESTAURANTS TO SERVE YOU theortied that "pro- mentorsPiwWe
"..lOnal" thieves entered tll.chaPf'1 the vlrarlale apostolic
J17I AtI..tit IIw4. I 1140 AtI..t Ilwel.J".55)2 with large Sunday their ...,.,,'.* .f Humbek. there are lie

u.-uu crowds then took advantageof si who may require Mwn re Priests a id about SI.ltS) Call
Jeclson4e, FU.Rll las precautions to steal the gardle of ability to pay CATHOLICS of FLORIDA

PRIME I -STEAKS- MESH SEAFOOD paintings of the Apostles to-Not be rntKl be critical el those or appear who Soviet't Gromyko cellsPope's NOW! A NONPROFIT CATHOLIC FRATCRHAl SOCIETY OffCR

Open 24 Hews 4DEIHL. Peter and Paul desire minimum service al plea 'uaeful'M.

minimum rot \ fill 1C(,(.t) Soviet
FAMILY -Have their total funeral' Foreign. MisiMor. Andrei, Oro- LOW BUDGET HOSPITALand

PROTECTOR price clearly marked on all myko viewed. f. Paul's address -
coffins and at the time of to U General. ) AssemMy -
Cel: Jec' WIceuMr making funeral arrangement as "1JIIf! of the most Important
/ a clearly Inform ttte purchaser" .....nletlta ever mart I LIFE INSURANCE I
.
.
re..et..e.1 J
"' "" t "before
of any additional charge that the tatted Nations In
may be incurred as the result its 30 yeas," acerdin to

of special requirements *r a dtptoeaatir. MIKe at the
SAY IT WITHFlowers rlrcvmitanresnr.MNr.sH lined. NatlassGreu.phe
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The week in liturgy The Life of Our LordJesus'



CommentIndividuals No reason to fall into first disciples follow Him



too, must work for peaceQELDOM the same great blunder OUR Lord and the with temptations Satan baf other names is not himself named., in John his Gospel never .

the word John always
perhaps never, In the history ed of other lands, We must be generous Bj lather Paachal Boland OSB. ended for the time, had returned 4 means the Baptist; but when.

of journalism have the wordsof and constructive in our support of such to the Jordan (John 1, ever he pointedly avoids nam.

international organizations as the Sunday, October 17 28. to be greeted by the Bap I- ing someone. that someone is
a religious leader been accordedthe Frank .1S ?'
United Nations which Pope Paul 19 Til Sunday After Penetecoot. (Mass of Sunday, list ai Lamb of God. It was
and acclaim that the heAs
recognition termed "the last hope of concord and Gloria, Creed, Preface of Trinity.) no mere ceremonial greeting S herd Our Lord left the riverbank
world press bestowed upon Pope Andrew and John followed .
Paul VTa recent address to the United peace After Adam and Eve had made the almost fatal blunder calling: only for a gracious Him. He turned and

Nations The scope and intent of the To this respect for the dignity of of believing the lies of Satan In preference to the word of smile of acknowledgment. It asked. them why they were

Holy Fathers message and its ponsi-- others, we must Join a truly humble God, God promised lie would send them One who would crush had blood in it. What must it following Him, what they

ble bearing international rela estimation' of ourselves To be proud ()tour the power of Satan As the centuries passed. God remindedthe have meant to Our Lord to be wanted of Him They answei-

upon dealt talents qualities or possessions, descendants of Adam and Eve through His prophets that greeted soy that her Son should be called ed "Rabbi, where do you
have been
tions already amply He would fulfill that promise. The time finally arrived and the Son of God Satan had '"
as it these came from ourselves and He knew that He was the !lve And He said "Come
with by our penetrating news ana Christ the Saviour was born of the royal line of David in the Paschal Lamb. said twice 'If you are the and see,"
not from God, is basically a monstrous
Ijsts and feature writers ancient city of Bethlehem. King Herod welcomed the birth Son of God "

It would be a tragic distortion of the evil constituting as it dote a withering of Christ by ordering a massacre of all male Infants In Bethlehem He knew what Isaias had Now at last a man calls There was something

Pontiffs however, resultingin attack against the Fatherhood of God ] in order to insure the death of the newly born Saviour. laid about the sheep led to the ]Him so The Baptist had had special about this Interchange

message disservice to mankind for and an insidious estrangement of the Another blunder. slaughter dumb as a lamb forty days or more to medi It Is the first '.holly ordinary

a grave that his words, brotherhood of man. In his United Christmas was the wedding day decreed by Almighty God before its shearer (S3,7)), what tate upon the Voice from heaven conversation reported of Our

individuals to presume Nations address Pope Paul said: for the nuptials between His Son and the human race. Now Jeremias had said about the which had said "This is Lord

were not meant for them but solely for "Men cannot be brothers if they are each one of us has the opportunity to make his own blunder meek lamb led to the slaugh my beloved Son," and he uttered He Is asked a perfectly

the ears of statesmen and diplomats not humble. It is pride, no matter how and perpetuate the blunder of our first parents by ignoring terhouse (1119)). and knew the fruit of his meditation straight question and He
Individuals, too, have a basic and, indeed Christ teachings or accepting them, that the prophets were talk. in all confidence It had
legitimate it seem to be, that perfectly normal
may pro. gives a an.
role In ing of Himself The Baptist'sphrase
to
indispensable play se to Our Lord to
been a joy
yokes tension and struggles for prestige Monday, October 18 told Him swer. not shrouded In mystery
curing for mankind a true and lasting nothing He hear His Father acclaim Him
for predominance, colonialism, St. Luke (Mass of feast, Gloria, Creed, Preface of did not already know. to It might have been any
ai Son: it was a joy now
peaceIn three men talking<<
egoism ; that is, pride disrupts brother. Apostles) And He the
God
was not only, hear a human voice echo
the first instance, universal Andrew and John call Hun
hood"Even
peace, to be genuine and abiding, must The author of the third Gospel and of the "Acts of the with the humanity merely an acclaim. Rabbi which means Master.

have its in the heart of man. our own generation bears painful Apostles" was an intimate associate of St Paul. This evangelist appearance He was flesh- Who heard the Baptist say The word had not its present

origin make witness to the interdependence of ] was not a Jew as were Matthew. Mark and John, He was and-blood man too with tears ing all this' It may be that official meaning A man was
Before an individual can a true personal pride and of world wid. not only a physician and an artist but also a collector of alms In Kim ta be shed over dead Our Lord came while the called Rabbi not because he

contribution to world peace he must warfare If the Nazis had not had the St! Luke was sent by St. Paul with some others to Corinth Lazarus and doomed Jerusalem crowds were still there It held a particular position, but

do battle with the enemies within satanic pride of racial superiority and to collect money for the relief of destitute Christians in with a soul that could be may be that He came at the because other men regarded

hatred, pride, lust and greed. In short, if they had shown respect for the Jerusalem, St Paul wrote the Corinthians, "Give them the sorrowful even unto death end of the day when none him as profoundly learned in

he must be at peace with his own enlightened dignity of the individual, the senseless proof of jour charity and the justification of our pride in Each new reminder of what remained save John and his the law Andrew and John
before Hiti.
which is 'ou" Lesson lay would bring discIples. We are not told
conscience tanta slaughter of World War II would neverhave ) (lot ) its own foretaste of Gethse- had been disciples of the Bap.
with God. Was John the Evangelist, tint had their first
mount to being at peace got epos.tolie -
of human
blackened the
October 19 manl
pages Tuesday, who was to be the BelovedDisciple training from him knew
Secondly, individuals must live in the history and mankind would have been St. Prier( of \lrantara. (Mans of a confessor not a The Baptist goes on to say of Our Lord and who him for the great prophet he

harmony of brotherhood with their fellow spared the memory and the infamy of Bishop, Gloria, Common Preface> that this Jesus Is the One to records the Rene for us, pres. was Since he acknowledgedJesus

man, irrespective of differences ottact' the gas chambers in which six million whom he had so steadily referred ant at it! as his matter, they
At 16 he entered the Franciscan order. ]He became known
color creed Nor the One for whom his
nationality, or Jews were herded like animals could do no less
for his ascetical and penitential practices and renewed the At any ate he was there
must this brothei hood-of-man philo own lesser mission I 1 was a
If there had existed between What was the Baptist think.
always .
spirit of St Francis In his order lie once said that many preparation He tells of the next dar when Our Lord returned
sophy be founded on mere shallow Catholics and Protestants the same and Ing as he watched them go!
talk of reforming others ever reforming themselves, the Baptist enre
sentiment but rather on the bedrock spirit of Christ which permeates the ]However, he himself set the example of renewal His Spirit baptism descending and that upon this Him at more said 'Rehold the Lambof They had been his disciples:

cf due respect for the inherent dignityof present ecumenical movement, not only This reformation should be our goal too, si It Is the the sign God had promisedby was God" John 1, :M), Me are that was now over. They had

man as the image and portrait of would our forefathers In Europe have goal of the Church In Vatican II. We must always make effortsin which he should know the even told the time of day chosen the better part and it

been saved from the inhuman torturesof this direction. With St Paul we should say," Let no one MessiasHe It was the tenth hour, that II was he hlmlt'lfI ho had
.
shown them that it
God.This for the of countless and of think I have attained the Ideal or that I have arrived at perfection around four In the afternoon was better
respect dignity our religious wars cen He rejoiced for them buttht'u
concludes .\nd I ;
but I press on" ((1st Lesson i I. saint j
fellow man will logically impel us to turles of religious persecution but we and I gale<< testimony, that The Baptist stood there with is always sadness when

promote public and private assistance in America would never have experienced Wednesday, October 20 this Is the Son of God." two of his disciples One of friends part. lie rejoiced for

and opportunity for the poor, security the bitter hatreds and festering St. John (Cantiu (Mass of feast, Gloria, Common the two was Andrew, the them: was he loafing to go

for the aged and infirm, as well as wounds of bigotry Preface,) Gabriel had told Our Lady brother of Simon Peter The with them!

equal rights for all of God. children To render Pope Paul plea for peace
This 15th-century saint of Poland was a professor of Holy _
Nor must consideration for others be effective double must -
truly
a response
Scripture at Cracow He told his students to oppose error,
limited by the narrow confines of our be forthcoming from each individual- but with patience, sweetness, and love God's world

own country. Out of our God-given humble obedience to God as to a Father The poor in Cracow kept him poor For he practiced St.

abundance we must rome to the aid of and loving respect' for fellow man James' advice of matching his faith with good works, Faith,

the poor, the hungry and the persecute as for a brother, if it has not good works, is dead in Itself" ((1st Lesson). Detached but not indifferent

Thursday, October 21

Sacred Scripture MaM sq on Similar, ((2nd Prayer of St. Hilarion, 3rd PERSONALITIES do differ. lit the Mass, In prayer and

I Prayer of Sta Ursula and companions, Common Preface) a quiet, the sacraments we offer worship
thoughtful and Introspectivesort to god and we draw

0 Lord hear prayer' It was the custom In the time of Christ for proper of personou enjoy a strength for ourselves But

my clothes to be supplied to those who could not afford them quiet evening' with one or two father the unbroken and most significant "

when Invited to a wedding .f' J. tong of praise hlcb we
psalm 142 lacks in lest I become like those
WHAT s God our heavenly lather, has supplied toI, the proper friends but you dislike crowds send up to God as sweetto
orgmality is who down Into the
.
go: pit dress of sanctifying grace when partaking of the Eucharistic You get more pleasure from ITres, Him as the alleluias of the
amply compensated for by its I7b1.)
and Banquet and one would offend God if he received the Holy reading a good book than from angels is the conscientious I
deep evident
sincerity The pit (ShfloJI) as, In Old
FRlhr Eucharist: clothed in mortal sin
living of each successive daUe ".
You
spontaneity of spirit It mightbe Testament parlance, the bowling or bridge find >

compared on this score John J. abode of the dead The Hebrews Friday October 22 great comfort In prayer and sometimes hear It said

to a type of prayer which one Ca'itlotula. pictured it, if a place MIM .. on Sunday. (Common Preface) In worship Religion comes / that today Catholic has

.f us might say today so hazy could be pictured' at easy for you because you feel Crown soft According to this

Desperately earnest In all, as a dark region somewhere In making an application to the parable of'"The Wedding an affinity for things of the ment toes i'JI'' w '1 color theory that is why the Church
Feast1 and the gut'ltlho slipped In without wearing wedding authorities have had to reIn
pleading for release from in the watery mass on spirit )our approved n rci L on
distress' which the earth floated Good garment Gospel( ), we might say that the wedding garment On the other hand, fortunate) h sever God the penitential laws governing
well find
we might you may
: signified a soul in sanctifying grace A shining white garmentwill has for each fast and abstinence. But
ourselves The see now vibrant and bad went there without be an outgoing activist sort of a place of us
expressing our request be worn at the great \Veddmg\ Feast' in Heaven by the truth is that If the Church
In phrase borrowed with meaning, ,,11with distinction! and what awaited person with a practical rather In His scheme of things and
those who die still possessing their baptismal Innocence the basic abolished all penitential laws
from which have throbbing urgency.The them there was so ni.vsterl- than a speculative mind prtmlple of the ,
prayers we to Those who die for the Faith, who shed their blood for Christ spiritual life is adaptable to there still would be ample
said oui as defy conjecture or You love crowds and excite
so often In the that
part psalmUt makes It quite speculation will be garbed in garments of brilliant red Finally! those every temperamentThat self-denial to be found Just m
they have become a part of clear that he I. In dire straltsi merit and hardly can sit still
who lost their baptismal Innocence but \\ hoI H' restored to living our day for God inexactness
our spiritual
They may be well worn enemy pursuesme really no (fate worse than violet of their repentance chapter of a book You fulfill. fad that God his made asa to family and civic duties
; death hence the frequent your religious duties cheerfully lese Him, here and hereafter In
from frequent use we may he has crushed life to because wholesomeness m our
my October 23 enough do "
Saturday you This Is the ,
prayers of the pimlmlsti for "' thins recreations. and
have often above all In
uttered them In
amore the ground; longevity !St. \nllniiiv glary ('laret. (Mass of a confessor-Bish have faith and a sea e of dutyto neresiary"' t\frllIln: else the practice of
or less mechanical he charity towardour
way has left me dwelling God. But
op, Gloria Common Preface ) mysticism has lit life Is not e.ly secondary I.t neighbor One .
But they have Impressed In the dirk, like those Sf"1'1'11'" 3 (foirgomg) for no appeal for you and rarely this primary duty, but mutt angry retort

themselves Indelibly! on our long dead the Idea which the author of This Spanish Archbishop it as greatly devoted to the 1m if ever do you experience! positively contribute te HOur tore stifled one condemn
minds and hearts and now And my spirit is faint this psalm had about the maculate Heart of Mary Born In 1907, he died in U0 and ant moments of Intimacy with word swallowed. oneneighbor's

thei snilng to our tins nulte within me, nether woild was canonized in 1960. First he was a missionary in Cuba God lore for God is belt burden shared -

naturally ai just about the my heart within me Is The psalmist gives evidenceof and ]later confessor to Queen l Isabella II, lie also founded the Vfather you are Introvert expressed in our effort day fait any of the e Is worth!>> a dozen

best way of Awaking to our appalled i34l,, an attiaitive humility He llaretians Ml his life he was actively engaged In many
Father He feels himself to he, ana does not ask to be dehveied works, Happy the servant whom his matter, on his arrival, us. somewhere in between, will We may allow ourselvesto Our spirit of detachment

Fired by the flames of pi es. matter of fait, at deaths from misfortune because of finds thus engaged (Gocpel I. your own particular tempera- become so Immersed in our from the world er, to putIt
ently seething emotions, they door affairs and mere
his Innocence or his fidelity own interests is positively our spir.
ate no longer cold premnb- Hide not ) our face front to the law or supposed to forget the final purpose\ and It of attachment to God II
any Paul
ed, \\ell.nlgh itnpt'uonallorm. me merits of his own Pope VI objective of It all There never something which needs renewal .

can be a ertets in our lives at the beginning' of each

HU hope of rescue rests nut in which .e shall be hjntrfiediIn day
M. J. Murray on any special claim which he God bless this land of yours saying. Thu ,Is mere Introvert or extrovert paws

may have t.n divine .inrrrv, Important ttwa my duty to or practical. artist or mechanic

but hut rather on the Ililrlllv, the NEt1': AOKK (NC) P.'|pe Paul VI called the United Ve also wish to reply without God." Out is the very Mhctant. e i

Strange true jimtlie, the kindnens of God; Nations "the greatest of all international organizations' delay to the greetings of la other word. we have ton of our sanctity that we live

himself: and said that, as the first Poi'' ever to come here, he f"fdII by this a ,tame w all thistfi a spirit this present diy as a Chris- i
Copyright, |1965, NCWC N... Service great country of detacArm.nt tan should.
0 Ix>rd, hear my prayer, blessed America "with al: 'iehrng in t
the history of our civilisation: IB Ute person of the President this. l ttfe "has aa .ultimate. valve
hearken to my pleading hut heart"hits promoted and represented the 'i representative a country of its o.a. Lverythwf that I I1luflortcli1

In in jour faithfulness; Holiness spoke upon his political union of peoples I ao free so strong. so in- Is awl et fythu)( Out happena -
4 4r. jour justice answerme Interns
arrival at Kennedy
tonal October 4 under the rule of law and dtMtrtous, M full of dfU, .have meaning onlin
Airport on
consequently in liberty. in tilts country of America, the their reUtwuhip to God,
And enter not into judgment The Holy Father spoke at
culture and in peaceMe America of the States, wherewe Neweyer. to he drtaoei: ;
follows
for before with your no servant living come from Rome,. the have to very many brother from tW, world **. mi mean CatholicIN

man Is yore(12 11.J reply without delay to orM city. where the .I.... semis and friends' in the' to be 1MIff.,.... to it QI te
just see WF
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fwf art m."IN OMr4N whir asp + .' I, the greetings presented perium m mU. the empire Faith, alMif\..,. a poewtevsntta the contrary (ItoUrhmrntftvrt
i uir n ar ms.RI.r o. wwaav, 'l, e ot the world leek term and
t to us bv' the distinguished testis Us medumclytltt a new Afnemnon and
4.M1 MSel1NRID W IIIRN y; These consoling attributes very a ...., Aaro
sacwrt s %s..w v cm Q.mt.vk V'0.' \ nx ot God have been dramatically representatives of the t'mled conecienret come from tkei acm fee bruise higher Martian to all that wedo ... ii U'ot M/II,,
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urrWrnaawnwoSD 1tit' of the rmalmifct' sincere thanks for the hI'III'hon the central nat of that relit. to .America! |*VM aid toyaltw spin I* few .*.
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owe RRtw4l t ty bUll for confident. a that great assembly temporal power. which Is the land bte.*e* yea .tth all 1M. God snort MM .he tores *.*..>. lit M I_ M.M .

I 1 timab rrwr ronihlrnve shish he expenses the are thus given the honor Catholic thwchWe I Ms heart He renews. M It his wile Md. children, Y. tIles II.ho .

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remember the das of that greatest of all inter natural sympathy eilstatg .tin coverer. Ovurtofher totem bn*.M. hM mantel and, M. t.syn... Mwlw M m .*_

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Do the laity accept liturav ",, "" .,: Gifts to UN
new ,,\, .rvb: ; were Pope Paul's'most

Q. I hope that among the -1- .a.aL I
Q, la the letter connectedwith
much more Important
consldtritlom
the apparition of Out precious'possessions
at this teitloi of tht r.1 Lady of Fatima, which wassupposed

Ecumenical Council the practice )lunsignor t* have been opened .
of \ In 1J! what VATICAN CITY (NC) The diamond-studded crow turn had presented the Pope
the
covering statues and \ J. D. were con
crucifixes J, tents. and ringthat Pope P.ul1 gave the United Nation tot with the International Cooperation
during the two sold for the relief of human Year
CUD".1 suffering were in the medal As a
weeks preceding Easier will .. A. Heaven knows, the Pope'a word, "the most precious things I own." personal gift he gave Pope

be discussed. I, along with Q. Certain people. who la Having a value estimated at $150.000, the crow and Paul a Burmese silver bowl

many ethers cannot tee the my opinion have Inordinate ring were presented to United Nations Secretary General Inscribed with words from

advantage of this custom, en oter with V'rand gus and extreme devotions concerning U Thant by Pope Paul at the clinic Buddhist scriptures!
reception: follower his ad.
and .
hope to see it discontinued to Customs "
and precedents private revelations he who conquers himself
dress to the General' Assembly
whit.li had prevailed t since our such as the Blessed Virgin's October As a personal gut, the Pope he Indeed It the greatest
Especially at a time when Lord time have been blithely appearance to the chllores st on 4. gave Secretary General U of conquerers." The bowl, *n*

looking upon a Crucifix It I tossed' into the discard" Falima. teem to consider passages la revealing the gifts the Thant a bronze sculpture of eased In a wooden box, also

most desirable, during Pa.. This statement Is totally from books on theaprivate rk. following day the United Na a flame, symbol of love and Is Inscribed "On the occasion

lion' Week and Holy Week, I false, of course. Not one jot revelations as nearly tons said: peace, set on a marble base of the visit of His Holiness

find it most frustrating l I. or one stile of anything which infallible *r often Infallible. t "la making the piesenta- bearing the words "Amorlt Pop Paul VI to the I'nlted

hate to retort to my rosary has prevailed since our Lord's For Instance they derive tlon, the Pope said that the Alumna Pax" (Peace I Is the Natlona-Miung Thant Secretary

U meditate ea the crucifixion. time bal suffered any alteration from the Fatima apparition gut was a demonstration of Offspring of Love)I. The Bishop General, 4 October

A. I am afraid the Father After complaining bitterly that the end of Ihe world I II his esteem for the United Nations of Home also 11tht 19M./

of the Council will be of the usual list of at hand that Anti-Christ Is la and Its acU viti". Burmese diplomat an autographed To United N'stlons General

too busy with the much changes/ the writer of my our midst Just what 'fashionsare ), .. Paul portrait in a silver Assembly President Am In.
great prob. second "Pope added that he
letter
lemi which face them to discuss concludes "Had Immoral, etc. If you stop '1 t e i would that frame, and a red leather tore FanfaoJ, who li also
suggest the
not my wife' been a convert them for a minute t* sav, cross rail bearing three medallions foreign minister of Italy
any details of liturgical and be sold and .
from Lutheranism ring the
I would "Well, that's but. > proceeds
practice. The possible In gold, silver and Pope Paul presented a painting .
problems which might !be used
the
long< since have gone over to they look at If by
you aa yon bronze bearing a motif by the modern Italian
will be
studied and I'nlted
voted Nations
enduring Lutheranism I* alleviate,
this session were a heretic.As In similar to that of the sculpture artist Sileo Couu or-I version
hate been Let some measure human auf
each ,
reader concludefor far as I can see. If the and Inscribed with the of the Annunciation In an
carefully sifted from ', .
a great himself which letter is truI Church attached this much Importance rlnl same motto.Secretary Italian rural setting. The
mass of material! presented to
the Council they have been I) Catholic to these apparitions, According to a source very General' Thant In Pope also gave Fanfanl a red

studied debated written and Q. Put down our note that the would read passage close to the Holy Father, leather cave containing th*
rewritten In commissions our family LOUS: TILE: :NEWMVSS:1 from them la Church instead Pope Paul in deciding to give three medals and a silver-

and on the floor of the Council I !' : God; ) does work In ef the Gospels and Epistles Mass at Yankee StadiumChildren them to the United Nationsfor Report 'leaked'to framed autographed/ portrait.

0period of five wondrous wavs He has and would enrrurage study of the relief of suffering hadrommtnlf'd
years them Instead ef the" Meanwhile, It was learned
Pope's
and are now fitted into a full Inspired the Catholic leaders that the cross press called/
enc.vcllcaU.\ who had rri'lved Holy Communion that there was a further et-
and tight schedule. It it l I. bring time religion<< emit of and ring were "the most
from Pope Paul VI during hi, Mass at YankeeStadium change .f messages between
doubtful that Ihe darkness Into the sunshine precious' things t own.
anything not A. You said it. brother; so treason to Church the Pone and U Thant after
'for on October 5, received gift from the The cross Is I
now on the agenda will be debated people I' all religions let them jump on you. not on a "pectoral the Pontiffs arrival home at
I I. understand Holy Father at the lumon of the cross about eight Inches LONDON( NO) The Universe
in the Council though one another and me But you ran be sure they cons ceremony / long ( the Vatican Paul told
tome Fathers may stray from lo (use one another, tr) In, U win It is safer to disturb a In New York studded with large diamond national Catholic newspaper the Pope Central
their subject in their talks.A live with one another, as hornet nest. surrounded by smaller ones has described at "a Secretary ;

post-concillar commission thrisl wanted us to. How wonderful and with small emeralds form of treason" the leakageto "On our return from cuP

has been appointed to implement that we have the opportunity around the edge. The ringa the secular press of confidential unforgettable visit to the

the Constitution on the u live In this age and Warm praise for Council and Pope Bishop's ring-has a large Information Intended United"" Nations, made possible .
Sacred Liturgy which lb. to see a miracle performed diamond with smaller ones \ only for the Holy !See by your thoughtful Invitation

Council Issued at the end of A The Holy Spirit usually around It and with small .Although not mentioned. It w*! assure you of our

its second session. This com works quietly behind the comes from World Methodist head each crosses side set with rubles on was obviously referring to a heartfelt thanks for the

mission will be working<< for scenes, but during the Counctl document drawn up by Catholic magnificent hospitality extended
many years and we may be He has (fit was at UN headquartersIn doctors here for the Second to us and for the
sure that its scholars and We come out Into the R> father FraneU X. hrul Asked! how long It might he New York that the cross \allran ComicII on birth many kind services renderedto
pre
lates will gi\e careful consideration open miracles must during pray this for more PIIII.\lIt.l.lIII.n( : ) The head of the World More Christian unity Is enturlv and ring-reckoned to have control among llrltlsh Catholic our /person while prayingthat

to all liturgical practices and final session. fourth Methodist Council said here that the ecumenical coun achieved\, Bishop' Cor- been made at the turn of this *. God may protect and assist

in which change might cil's approval of a declaration on religious hbefity previdr von related a conversation he century-were estimated to you In your Important
aid the faithful to better understanding
and participation.Q. change* Us. When I was a worship I asked the Pope. 'Io 1 you that if purchased by a had been published In activities of the I'nlted Nation .
boy a Sunday sermon consisted think perhaps In 2IK1( ) years collector because of the background one national newspaper, the "
I ., Bishop Fred Pierce CottOn of Phildol.hi| also had rather than for their doctors' guild! decided to ,,,tall
am a Grandma, about 30 minutes of Molding, there can he unity" Pope Cabling in reply (October
I0. and I think the changes ,fault finding, criticising and high praise for Pope P.ul1, who he predict!, wiU John replied with a smile Intrinsic worth, the pieces the facts right by Issuing II), It Thant said to the PopI

U the Mass are the most veiling about hell Hr "take his place In history among the great Potty and will 'My .dear Iilahop Corson. you might bring several limes the whole document, "1 In

wonderful things thai f\l'rh.ppend. Brlimiene.' The first lime I be seen a* one of the ablest strategists who ever sat on and I hat* achieved it al- that amount.)) 'Ijjrt| from the obvious and with acknowledge gratitude/ Your humility Holiness'
and I remember heard of the lose .f Jeu the throne of St Peter read) ". danger! of rauilng. scandal
Ihe solldarllr/ af the future In sriilltliis to the cross gracious mtssage. It
t. thank God In my prayers; ChrUI was from a Protestant Bishop Cocoon mad his Bishop Cocoon saw thettstimeot such leak which obviously
and not for the ,popularity, sf and ring, Pope Paul rrl"l'nl..d emanate from within the circle was a unique privilege to
It In nice when ploy
so I mal.
I. Mast
go comments in a press conference the hour." M reltuout liberty the United Nations a paint have Your dullness with ui
and my little grandrhllrfres last week after returning as the key to In unity ran.I..re a gross
A Viva l'al'lOI'flaIMMO! progress ing entitled "Cm-lit Cruel- who for one afternoon and to welcome
sit at my side, and I bear 'from Hom.. where he attended In a prepared statement He Mid the document just fled" by the late great betrayal colleagues you as a universally esteemed
them all say the Mass pro'ere session of (tie council. Bishop Gorton predicted (that approved .by the council Is French contemporary painter gave their VH-WI In the belief leader In the pursuit

with me. It give me a feeling Holy Father salutes He had a private audience "the brdge.budding for uni much better" than the original fienrges Itouault that they were destined sole- of .peace Several delegateswho
Iv for the author
!
like everyone Is 1I'IIIn'lOm.. faith of Irish with Pot" Paul on September ty" will continue when the which was delayed at appropriate addrtited the AssemU\
said.
thing out .( he Mass, where VATICAN 23 of this year. council ha. ended.. the end at the third council Priests, seminarians t) Ihe'nl'ln. today have paid tribute to the

before the children )juts l knelt Pope Paul'I CITY (C"t-)| The Methodist leader said "Piffled and retennnd. ( received Mgrlmafc
there
rotarles.and played nub their sjeeup. ef the a Irish. the council's fourth seeetoa wurds are Pope JetaVn Inn The tenner ef tense 44 mil- LMIPOLWIIJ.: : NCI( ,hue been the practice of a few message of peace
was mating "_.bl. '111II" Catholic Church wlU hove a lien Methodists was lavish, In Uno Tilx alhallrs of ventilating their ", hlt'li'ollr Holiness gave u*
Knight *f a ColumbM. October Monsignor l, apat'talc |
I don't think anybody I In Church/ renewal and Cbrit. real renewal! and advance hi. praise for the American administrator of (lie vicariate rrlllrl'iiis of accepted doe- yesterday Me shall always
should be against 'It. Carduwl aoMMkOMwd, by William hen IIIIlt). h* sent "m which the Prates Bishop who he said led the of Humbek In the Su trine In dally newipspers, cherish. and remember Your
Ceswav of "The tent churches, if they are fight for adoption of the re though<< for these It ran at least Holiness' graeious presenceIn
set forth
A la the same mall came Arm..... Northern Ireland, imnreinfl dan, sli butanes Priests' and
he said that Ihev had the hone
willing to MitnrrfiMte eeeiteiiastical ligsMis liberty declaration our midst
another letter Archbishop/ Theme Morris of In same circle that the stew- U seminarians who fled persecution "
eVstructlve criticismand '1 ly I* append (heir names,
"The modernists hate tak- Calm. and .rrfcfclahsp Jeeesei. ness of council action on time Bishop Coraon comment*! were reported safe In It added And General Assembly l
bickering to reel
Walsh" ef Tram. and Rishep. *f Use main issues is a kind of spiritual nn Pofe 1'.111''Illt le the northeast ('unlo.Mnth.t President I'ananl( told Pop
--- --- - Thomas RVM of OonfertPnpe t4ragglng I II erroneous." surging and reform, will Use United NntMMU, selling that ( between the Moslem "There must arise ore a Posh'To

These answers are frem Paul l toW tte group- he declared wine participate"D his sHtnrsM.e before tlieweeld of northern Sudan and skins when critics of the
'The last time I rtsitad( I Ireland I I h 0' Cotton dlsclnsed lardy ""' 1 a pattern the pagan and Catholic Negroes Church'' have round reasons the sentiments of gratitude .
,.11. tue It Is rather etklrsre
tM>* Boi" too as
I taw nuny etlernalroads .1ebaft. the able ml that while in Rome he helped that bath church: / and gnvrrnmearf of the south readied a for broadcasting their opinions on the visit of Ymr

darted by Monslgnor J. I U. .... new ...... now M I, nho strategy! II Is acting PopePaul 'for initiate preliminary step toward must think about for climn In July when northern Episcopal: (policy! for el- Holiness, which all speake*.
('ol.a,. nationally loevsrelumaiit. \M the faithful re, setting up Catholic and .... future"Ile soldier killed 1500 southern ample" Is on'frY different, at today's meetings have ..-

Direct "Uf malted mil inMMul' VOlt are Methwiist committees railed the visit "a symbol civilians, Including, at least plan 'from d
.rittos (signed, please), modern and the but tan Scottish Bishop tnrewgk the Vatican facretartate that I, from now on, the. two Catholic Priests H was conrelvaMr be critlrlied In add, most profound thank
know taw to preserve the re fer Prenjetia*; Chris UN mint be prepared to take.. then that Monsignor TlM and public Hut to let In the dally for the kind telegram act
I The Florida
(alhollc la
fu! .rrm2 treasure ol tour baa forty, .In continue discus I late consideration. spiritualand his companions fled Into the press nn views gathered *ol*. dressed lo us from Horn Tot
Orlando, ( MilM and that il who 1M heads English SMM on unity and implement moral values' In Its doctMons bush near the I'udan..cofto Iv 'for the guidance of tr.. Vatican b Aisembly'i respectful

/I'upe :lu' ee and blt.*i you tilt sctisn takes by .the conn and not merely what goles border Their where- In It. judgment of dortrlnal homage, I add my own raven.
liturgy group cat Is politically and temporarilyespedrenl" sbouts were unknown for over qnntons I II a form cf ant thoughts, still filled both
Reversl, time dwlag the J a month treason to the Church.: with' emotion\ at yesterday'

T Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home ROTE: ... returned .to the sub)*> t of for the Inestimable contribution
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The HorW! Catholic, Fr ,... October 15, W5/ Pope Paul met Sharing our treasure'



Book review 1 privately with
Church's divine origin


Greek prelate
Constantine as seen clarified for enquirer
NEW YORK (NC) Pope .
Paul VI and Greek Orthodox

by a Florida author a Archbishop lakovos Joined in D 1.RINGorld War II a t

reciting the Our Father together city in Germany was .

the warrior, the governor the cham- privately for deliverance subjected to heavy bombing ,
CONSTANTlMi.
to worship, becomes more understandable r ., of the Orthodox Patriarch and the statue of Christ the Father

lees formidable, and much more .engaging{ asa of Constantinople from Redeemer adorning the cen, f Joh. A-
the hmderances facing him tral broken" into
plaza was
to the reader of "The Cross of Constantine" by
person and his followers in Turkey pieces When the American O'Brlra

W. Bajard Shield. forces entered the so
ruling his own son Wan her This was disclosed followingthe city aome

In fact Mr. Shields has name really "E'austa" Pope's return le Rome Catholic G11 put the pieces
They found all but
together
taken authentic history and The author, who teaches The meeting took place Is the hands. Then a soldier tooka

ancient geographical fact a school In North Florida, Francis Cardinal SpeUman'sresidence piece of cardboard and Hence all Catholics must kemissionaries

and trapped them' up in a served as an Army officer In after the Pope returned wrote on it the simple ,words: spreading the

thin storyline of fiction World War U. lie continues I from the tolled Nations "Lend Me Your Hands," faith.
and before he left to
his Interest In Roman
lust enough to nub Constantine and literature. history ) offer a Mass for peace at Yankee It was a happy inspiration We can do this by our prayers -

'i history read like a Stadium. for that is precisely what good example, bearing

no\el This I is the first novel the reviewer Christ saying to aU His followers witness to our Faith, answering .
The minute session between
There Is a plot her for a has ever read which jJg-- --- the Pontiff and the today. questions about it, loaning

spectacular theatrical production has a bibliography both on ancient Orthodox Primate for North Since His Ascension Into Catholic literature, bringing

: "The clarion call of history and on ecclesiastical Orlando hospital readied for dedication and South America saw Pope heaven, Christ has entrustedthe persons to Sunday Mass and

hundreds of military trumpets history Paul giving assurances of his"deep spreading of His religion especially to a Priest for systematic
resounded shrilly across Write to Vantage Press to the members of His Mystical Instruction. Loan a
kitchen and Mrs. The personal esteem ..ndIympathy"
Observing some of the new George Corrigan women
the broad plain here the assembled Inc. 120 West 31st Street, Body He has no tonguebut copy of The Catholic Way of
legion stood In :New; York, N.Y., and ask for equipment) during a recent tour of are preparing to conduct tours on for Patriarch. ours to proclaim His Gospel LafePrentlCelIall( Inc Englewood .

massed array, awaiting the their recent novel "The Cross Mercy Medical Center in Orlando are the day of the hospital dedication- Athenagoras to offer I all and possible of willingness J no feet but ours to carry Cliffs New Jersey)

order to march Burly ten of Constantine"! by W. Bay- members of the hospitals Women's October 23. The public Is invited to the for the Patriarch whom help hemet it to all nations and no hands and 100 Common Questions

turiona and their Junior offi ard Shields. The price is Auxiliary: Mrs. Joseph Flynn, left, 2pm. ceremony in Jmualem in January but ours to do His work on About Catholic Faith Our

rera hazily made last.minute 54 58 1964. earth. Sunday VIsitor Press, Huntington -

Inspections of the fitness and Indiana). Back u,

spirit of their legionaries Council affirms jour apostolate with your

Constantine! raised his arm Coming events good example,

commenced The of good exampleIs
and the hugs army power

ltd epoch making Hat ale, October IS, I a m. M. Andrew parish, Orlando, Missions need financial help moral support illustrated in the conversion .

march toward the capital o( to 9 p.m, and October 16, 9 beginning at I a,m., reservation of Sara Prker of Ash-

the Roman world" a m, to I p.m., Father An. deadline Is October 15 land. Kentucky, who narrates
denon Hallmter Haven mmust( toe sli..t) ulates! missionary vocationsat seems, he said, to Imply that CSC., of Santiago, Panama, these pertinent sequences in

If yon have a son nr daughter st. Guild Card party October 20, 8 cannot suffice for the future. home as well. missionary activity Is limitedto asked for clarification of the her life.When.

stud}'Ing ancient historyin Joseph's sponsor p.m., Lido Beach Casino lie reiterated the call of other Bishop I Sebastiao Soares de the hierarchy and that the Bishop's role as the center of I visited various

high school or eollrge' yet, Day of recollection for Sarasota, St Martha parish speakers for reorganizationof Rcsende of Beira Mozambique ole of the laity is exclusivelyone all sacramental in a mission churches it seemed to me the

should tell them that :Mr. women, October 111I0ly\ Guild, sponsor the Church's Congregationfor called] for the training of of cooperating with Bishops area and at the same '
sermon was one man s opinion
Shields' book Is a painlesswar :Name Church Gulfpoit, beginning Card party, October<< 21, 7:30: the Propagation of the an: elite laity to assist the and Priests. time stressed the missionary and this would differ greatly
at 1:30 and closing
: a m
to absorb both acts and Faith bearing those considerations responsibility of all the Pt'Oopie
Sacred School Church and for the organization
Heart
at 2 Father William p m., Bishop :Martin Legarra Tel from church to church. They
spirit p.m.; He .
of the era. in mind. Decisions
of God. called for elimination
Pinellas Park, Court Blessed of social programs to accompany let'hea del seemed more interested incurrent
Meara! C,SS.R., dire< tor, for Bocas Tore,
such
The novel takes Constantine for reservations, contact! Miss Elizabeth: Ann Seton, Catholic regarding an missionary preaching Panama, said that religious of the Church practiceof events than In t h e

from youth through manhood Gertrude Roughsedge at Daughters of America, sponsor equitable I I distribution, he m underprivileged areas orders and congregations deserve placing Priests usually truth of God. In the celebration
said, ahould rest with the re- ol the world lie asked that members of mission religious
to his deathbed His 3413752. the (Church gratitude of the Mass, however,
loves, his children I his Dance October 16, Holiday Southwest coast DCCW oiganked curlal missionarybody the word "propaganda" be for their work In the missions orders in charge of some there Is the central theme fit
mission territories All such
friends his enemies pass be. Country Club, St Petersburg:, deanery meeting, October 21, dropped from the Latin name Christ His life, death and
John Gahamanyl of for the for the But he noted there mission authorities should be
Bishop Congregation
for. your eyes on the pagesof 9 p m. to 1 a.m., St. Jude par. Mass at 9 a m., St. Raphael seems resurrection
the story. ish Dad and Mom Club parish, frnglewood: Butare, Rwanda, reemphasized Propagation of the Faith, to> be a new policy of the consecrated Bishops, he said My \Interest in the Catholto
the of his fellow has See in mission Krnesto: Cardinal Ruffmi of
it
>> plea since disagreeable con Holy erecting
This Is a tale filled with kponsor. Rummage: sale, October!! 21, religion was kindled by the
African prelates for notations in modern jurisdictions because in the of. Palermo, Italy, hailed the
scholarly< allusions to the Bazaar, October 16 and 17. 22 and II: Mam Street andGrandlew cooperation usage. good example of a Catholic
the local level between ficial council! document a
on document erecting anIndf'pt'nd.nt as potential
paganism of Rome and the Christ the King parish Daytona Beach; He suggested Instead "secrrUriHte nurse. Dolly Kaczmarek. and
and men's andwomf'n' carts for the
gentle/ erosion of It by Chris. grounds Jacksonville, dinner Our Lady of Louides Bishops for evangelization" prelature no magna my sister Ins a convert.Their .
missionary societies mention is made of the religious missions"
tanlty The characters In the 4 to 8 p.m. on October 16 and Club, sponsor. deep faith happinessand
lie also! called for greater Cardinal ofologne order to which that territory
Joseph Fnngs
book are emperors, barbarian 1 to 6 p m on October 17. Card party October 22, I .\ missionary the training of is entrusted It is not
leaders, early Christian! fall rally of the Southwest p m", Most Holy Redeemer so stress on ape.cialiots ( Germany, in the foreign country should adopt prompted me to seek \Instructions .

Priest and Bishops, even Deanery of the Holy Name dal hall, Jacksonville; \\om such as doctors and name of" "many missionary jurisdiction\ that country as his fatherland, from father John J.

heretics Society, October 17, st. :Martha en's Guild, sponsor nurses in missionary areas Bishops, outlined the ago- Cardinal Ruffle! said Haley CSC at Holy Cross
Priests should not take overwhat razing question some mission order or upon the territorial Church South Bend.
Sarasota ,
parish
Presented in proper perspective Card party, October 22, 8 Legarra
specialists can Bishop
October 17, these lay Family picnic, The general of the
is the wonder of the superior
of Christians I"m. Blessed Trinity social do themselves, he said, but God can save men who remain said that because of the as.perior's The Instructions breeghl end
Mary Help foreign Mission Society of
of the
supernatural Sign School Tampa; bus leaves hall SI Petersburg, VVomen'aClub the laity must also rememberthat I outside the visible I need for financial assistance Pans, Father Maurice Que clearly the foundation of theChurch
and Ins
the rlptionundt'1'
Cross < .
sponsor.Rummage their primary goal in the Church, why the Cos and missioners from by Christ who aether-
it that to from Tampa city hall at 10 30 carry gumer 'I.E P said the text
appeared sale, October 22 missions Is to "restore all his order specific mention of Iced the Apostles sad disciples\
Constantine's spread am.; Mass at 11 a.m. in the pet to them vas good and could be most
army and 23 Transfiguration( social in Christ" the order should be made in teach la Ills
sthool chapel, chicken barbecue things( The council Fathers, said u.ocul for the Church's mrs te lame
march You
Alpine
out on the hall, St. Petersburg,
the document the
can sympathize with Helenaemperor's dinner noon to 3 p m Whether they are doctors, these many missionary Bishops erecting sugary activity "Go, therefore," He said,

mother, becauseshe conceit until 4 l'm, Dedication of the Merey I nurses, teachers; or builders, through Cardinal Frings, jurisdIction. Though missionary activityis "and make disciples of all na
Ice cream social October Medical (enter, Orlando I said "first of all should be grateful to t the present Bishop Sisto Mazaoldi for
he
her Constantine they
wants son, are the duty of all In the lions, baptizing them ia the
to embrace the Faith he 17, 2 to S JI m., church October 23, 2 p.m", UchhUh. missionaries" schema for replying to Juba, who has \been exiled Church, it is especially that name of the Father, and of the
ground of Our Lady of op Joseph I'. Hurley and the question from his See in the Sudan,
And shudderwhen
champions you of Bishops 111'Irtue of the Son. and of the Holy Spirit,
Lourdes Florida Governor; 111\don Irish.born Bishop Donal La that the schema
Daytona suggested
parish
, ,
Constantine Is betrayedby The schema stresses that doctrine of collegiality he teaching them to observe all
Reach, Mother Seton Circle Burns will !be speakers at the mont 0, Carm of Rhodesia mention J persecution in the
his wife, haunts, Into cue the (hurch bv Its very natureIs said He asked for a more that I have commanded you:
Women's Club sponsor, event. said Missionaries do not, I missionary' and that the Church's life flexible system of "\incardmation and behold/ I am with you all
Bazaar. October 17, 1 to 9 Dam. Oc tuber 23, 11 p m. toI want a 'fine literary docu of
ultimate reason for all missionary Ml mlssioners III southern legal attachment das. even unto the consummation
&iI"ICItoM.I04JI WWOC1 UMltl p m., church grounds of St I ant., Maximo Moorings( ,4nlohragc went or missionary text, he .
'
Priests to dioc id
activity Is (hrlnl's Sudan, Including himself, were a ese -prov of the world" (Matt
Matthew Jacksonville Club ramlly'ollen'l said but something that will
Holy
parish, : :
wish In unite the whole flf evpdled Is 1964 Ing for permanent incardma 23ll2Ot'
early
Rummage!: sale, October 1* \\ Guild of st. Petersburg make all Bishops throughoutthe .
home and for temporary
lien at
a
mankind In ef
a single people Since organization, If
1I.i\ and 19, 722 First Menu.North sponsor.Rummage world conscious of their Christ foretold and expert in every
God; arrangement a mis-
it is to function effectively,
St. Petersburg, St. ( sale, October 23, missionary responsibility in once has shown that the sum area. He also suggestedthat
head Christ
== 5d \ Raphael \Vomen's Guild 25: and X, 929 Baum Avenue the light of the council own The same Idea was takenup Church would be an object of missionary seminarians needs Peter a the or appointed head of

L' ALUMINUM tollaionn 1 North, !
.___ 10 ..... 1:10.: I Mme Orlando 1 Central ))('(.\\. Name parish Uomens\ Guild Bishops Cardinal Journrt, who asked the essence of the Church seminaries Peter" He sand, "and upon
wow1..d _oft.5 ea.w. a 1,". of Gulfx| >it, sponsorlldlloween "No land Is so piimitive that the schema tie even more that the mystery of the Cross
,_ edits. '''''', ._, b".4 rWaeim.p deanery meeting, October! II! Pleading the ef the tie rock I will) build my
carnival!. Ot.to.h'r to be unfit for the GospelBishop raiue
as the absolute
....... r..aaa.n..I.MM explicit: on necessity should enable it to live daily church, and the gates of hell
./wan< $50015.hat a""...", 30, II 30 a m,, St Cecelia Lamont said "Nor is of missionary activity. in immolation and obedienceunto \ ".ne-third ef the Dumas
N..f.e.n4 b1teears Congress' plans School grounds, Clearater any. so civilized! as not to need Echoing; St Paul he cried death, even unto the rare" I* whom ft l It Impossible shall not prevail against it,
."..,.... a envM. And I will give< the the keysof
...... ........ '1.. ,.... 1151MM BOGOTA, Colombia ("(')1- Carnival, October 26, 1 tn Ip it" \\oe to me if 1 preach not death of the Cross he stated te preach the Gospel he- the king*>m of heaven;
m.. school grounds of Assumption Leo Cardinal Surnens of the Gospel' Rut Bishop Mazioldi Insisted case tf prn utl... Bishop
!the lodgings built to house and whatever thou shall bindon
;
parish Jackson Malmes Brussels. Belgium for be constant Andrea apelak !I.\.R.l apostolic
pilgrims to the 31th Interns Some s|>eakers asked a that there must earth shall be bound tnheaven
eta .W AM t iiunal Rucliaristic: Mile: fried chicken dinner, 5 said the document is not clearer statement of the role affirmation of the Church I.iter for I kralnls*-rite and hatt'thaI.
Congressin -
to 8 m. in school cafeteria enough In stating thtur&l'nry (atholks .\rgrsuiaa.. called !
p strong established
I'M will be converted into of the visible' Church freedom) to carry out its shalt loose on earth shall be
Card party and benefit of preaching the for greater. utllUtitloe ef mass
\ by Christ in providing evangelical mission
,mies) schools and recteationaiea loosed ia heaven ''Matt 18,
Lay Le M AN at the completion of theingress. show, October 27, 8 p m, Gospel\ Whereas the text few (the salvation of all men low born Bishopincent fommuniraltafti media, particularly 11-19))

,'( South Side U oman's (Club 'multiplies adverbs like Though all admitted the McCauley of Fort Postal, radii, le r e a t .k.

TERMITES :Monsignor Bernardo San. Jacksonville, Blessed Trinity gradually, patiently and the poasibilttv of salvation outside Uganda, said missionary them. The successors of Peter receive

Guild, sponsor like," he said, it seems to forget the visible! Catholic Church the same power since
WORK ALL YEAR hez, executive secretary of Bishops In general approve In his nativt Ukraine, he
Holy Name Convention, Oclolu that Christ "came to cast 1 -a matter of Church doctrine! but be the Chart* is te mlalsler' te
Luis Cardinal Concha's congress the present! schema, said the Church has beta persecuted
p AROUND )prepatatory committee, 'r 29, 30, 31, Florida Motor fire on the earth Our aim -several tb light the schema called it deficient in two respats for the past 50 Jran.OIul't'hti every geaerslioe and Is to

aid that "this immense so Hotel, Tampa Is not to confirm each one ,m should state clearly that | It fails, he said< to and schools basebeen last to the roitimmalloo,. of
)Dinner, October 31, noon to his own religion as docs Mornl the ordinary wav to aah'a.Ikln she _orld-
vial work will remain as one mention the Blessed \trgm asa closed and members of

lS'i material fruit of the ron.Krt'sa. 8pm" Sacred Heart social. Rearmament but to pi'end is within the Catholic model and protector for the the young generation alt The hue of Popes stretches

M Mi. La.Ile ys, a..50 ." tar hall,Society New Smyrna, Bu'h1., the Gospel to every creature. Church missions, and H fails to give growing up atheists from Peter te the present
sponsor
Rummage!: sale, November He asked for mention In Consequently, there shouldbe sufficient emphasis to theme He pramed the work of \'ati. day. and safeguards the unity

3 and 4. 112 North Garden the schema of the need i t..r ne talk .t lessening t h e of the sacrament of Con. can Radio as of .nealimaMeservtie which Chmt said was. usenet

TAMPA ,\venue, Clearwater, Mothers' specialized ", ..t'par.tlon.MP\ i ( Church missionary aim ef firmatkm in mission areas to the Chureh la Si te efcaraelerttt His Church.

Club of St Cecelia School, practical and progressive, n preaching the
sponsor. training missionaries In seminaries men but rather ef Intensifying clearer definition of the role Ftadoir* hevsmaa efYw4lKwt receded faCe (CMt. t r a e

INSURANCE Card pattv November 8, 1 such as that adopted It. of the Congregation for the \ StejMMtet Mrtra CTwrrh. end I tape te sharemy

Fee A"f. life .H''f laciness: p m Holy :Name social \hall by the Jesuits in their recent "It is IndispeflsiWe tn Insist Propagation ef the faith said the test lacked .legal! treasure with may oth
iiulfportoinens Guild I Bishop Marcos McGrath order ere she oeoc ..ded.
HENRI I A. ONTEAU general congregation In on this concept' Franziskus

'/ MORElANO.OlIVER.MONTEAU INC. sponsor Rome Such training in alive < Cardinal Koenig of Vienna
,
; .
... n w.trtI Union Iaildinq Recollection day for worn charity." he said, cannot said, "to avoid equivocation

Phone 229."" Tampa, Florida on Nativity parish Lake harm piety or semina: \ and errors regardwg the necessstty -
\larv, :November 10Bataar .
studies' students must be of the missionary

November 12::!, 13 prepared, for a sacramental activity of the Church With

and II, Our l.adv of Louides ministry which\ is not onl\ out the grace of Chriet nobody

Cape Kennedy AreaTrudy's parish, Melbourne, \\'omen'si personal but "communitarv ran be saved and the OOOOOOOOOOO DOD

lub sponsor| and must learn the art of visible. Church conHiUtes In :nrwi. M 0

liaise, November 11: Gas discovering lay apostles"BI.hep the world the sacrament of o

paella Room of Curtis Ilixon Mclor Gar al lord salvation for all"Membership 0

invention hall, Tampa M. bat of the lass (HUM prrlatm." in the visible : ST
Salon of
Beauty I'atiak parish sponsor in KciMdor: asked (for removal Church thus cwutitut the AT 8

All Branches ef Itauty Culture "rtl\ November: 19 and from the text o( tie, ordinary w av to salvation toward K

11.h..Ti"tin9.T.ft9.fro.'ng; and Tp leg e :20! St Peter pnsh O'I.Jnd.Ont "reference to the misMonan ":1ric1l'aU grace granted :

Rm, E. OrUndoon Building, Orlando t 3rd S t. N November: :o, Cedar vocation as lifetime occupy. MitsioV that Church .is directed YOUR 8 8So.

Phone 7S).233ft Cocoa Booth, Hills& .Armory, Jacksonville, f (ton. The Spanish.horn prelate ," Cardinal Koemg said 8o

I'ln to 1 am. IW' > Name So.I laId he felt this implied On the new missiMS schema -

lets of Most lIely'Rrdl'C'mer that only mutMiurv. inst the generally favorable

Rod and! Rod Rtptir; Boat Rentals parish sponsor.Bazaar lutes could provide real mi tones of the speeches contrasted SERVICEoooooooooooooooo

November 20 and ttonariei Temporary ml', sharply with the hostile
L., Bo.t; ;
: \ .'1 church rounds of Corpus nonaries from among re reception! a drastically truncated I

()) Beach Tackle and hmti parish Temple Terrace diocesan clergy should be en missions schema received FU. .... at Oe St.LAKELAND I

couraged. h* said and et&bllvbed < at last >ear's council c

Sporting Goods Dessert card party November diocese invited t I"? session

l.... t...t,. 30. 1 to 4 30 p m Holy adopt missionary territories Bernard Cardinal Ufrink ott 0

c "'-.."..... 520 Coutoooy Nut to Houston lo.t Mart, tannly, School St Peters as their ipetial. apo
Phone 713 im Cocoa leach t ins, g urcle four of W omens Not nnh U this urtul fomtjMuin spoke in the name of the

Lid, sponsor ie aid s.t .I t s' n: Dutch hierarchy The test



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Meaningful, artistic films uoheld "



the As first the task educational of the National affiliate Center of the for Legion of Decency worth the viewing The chil t 't Bishop Barry Bishop Kenny

I assist in the Film Study Is to dren are expertly directed by
Legion's program of encouraging public aur. Alexander Mackendrlck (The ,

port for meaningful, entertaining and artistic filma. Kidnappers) and there are High School High SchoolJ

Currently released brief Ula
movies appearances by J \( () %\lI.LE SIX
of more than average merit Ruehmann. Simone Signoret. Kendrova and Gert Frobe ST PKtt nsBt RO Sen. ,
Jose Bishop Kenny senioi s: w e e
are reviewed in the Ferrer and Michael took
Newalet Unobjectionable( for adults >i students at Barry '
named finalists the
ter and detailed guides will be Dunn. (Unobjectionable for and adolescents> (!1rll National Merit Scholar- semi in
National Merit S<'hoi.u 'hip
prepared for films deserving adults. ) :Morlturl Unwilling Marlon hip Exams this pant 1 1H'k,
Tents Susan Nayfield, Jo Ann
special study.Among HlRh: Wind In Jamaica Brando Is forced to commit Two da\ were required to
Curl.
Steve Broos Danny
the movies recently Some children laU into the sabotage aboard the German complete the series. of tents Conner Richard Donelan and

reviewed are the following hands of pirates Anthony hip of Yul Brenner during rOrlando's Mso this pant week, Mil. !> Ship of roots, Producer-di Quinn and James Coburn World War II Although the dents of the "meruaniams

rector Stanley Kramer manages who see to it that they are film is a little confused about \ Communism' and "('rob'hems Bishop Kenney Is alto pt" d
of three of their. 11:1'
]
to adapt Katherine Anne unharmed in the hazardous whether it is an action story I of Itemocracy" courseswere ,junior :

Porter's mammoth allegoric events that follow Taken or an allegory the directionby Bishop Moore squad ready for action aiittresxed by a nvemlM-r dents Morgan. Susan and Andretta James Bin Dad i,

cal novel about human weak either as an exciting adventure Bernhard \\leU of Its ship of the State IVpartmefit, John

flees with a laudable amount in i ,".'or and cinema scenes Is first rate With Coach Harold Nelaon, foreground 219! yards total offense over Wildcats II Blowers Me gave an enlightening who membership were mentis cola the Joe III II Berg tied

of success Best of all are the scope or as an excursion into Trevor Howard, Wally Cox] plots gridiron play to guide Hornets to A along defense held the W. P. teamon talk on the current Seminar

excellent performances by the uncertain wirld of childish : and Janet Margolin (Unobjectionable 7-6 victory over Winter Park High. their home Ward Field to 79 >''artlsgamed. political situation In the India. .

the large cast of stars which logic: tli4 f..m.: is \\c"1 1 for adults I Bishop Moore High School's first >'\ic- Pakistan area Susan and hasid participateIn

include Oscar! Werner, Ie tory of season saw unit, kneeling, gain Freshman ludrnti i held the humanitlrs portion .f
Marvin, Vivian Leigh llemi the seminar, while James Is
tithe and rlritlons
campaigns a student In the science and
this week. The entire ichoolwatrhrd
Diocesan H.S.
football mathematics the competition time-
New films
/ ly' In order to earn tM

N.rai IM.oIlJ r/ .......,H I INLry. achievement th, students\
a ..ear Hornets point to 1st winning scoreand Kxtrafurruularreceded activities had to take ho hits t ta -t
an aiMeil I hoot this
month In the sttentu'. f.. d I,
CUM A, Section I with the aiMitmn of two
IM ORLANDO'S Bishop Moore Steteacaro were the maintained it's unblemiahed year the exams covered b),,,I.,+,ky: ,
new clubs. the Khlng dub
(Morally' unobjectionable ground out six strong gainers for the Mash record with a powerful often and the 1'1'Club clwmutry' physics, III.J. ?,n-

fur general patronage) times the yardage their winless r<. while SJ\i linemen held site performance. downing ( oral) M'ten*'e The hum 's

opponent. \\ inter Park I n &; B to 62 yards only on Santa Fe SI.IS. The inters An aniiemhls |111'1'1011U l set |I"\aloft imluiled all, hi '

Bremen Town Musicians, The gained, but It took just one the ground (from Lakeland under Coach allell') during which ine>mlrrs music, and philosnpln/

I iChildhd. Prod. > point for the Horneti to chalk In Daytona Beach game! Jack Barker, allow rd the of all the various clubs fund In im.\ !) the Joe llrrk; Sc ;.

Han el & Crete! / up their first victory 741. statistics were surprisingly Cotta to frisk to a II 0 lead be (Stoning Barrv lameforwaid oar in !Silence. and :Math r'fgn -

(Childhd Prod i Coach Harold Nelson took hit even despite Florida Air (lore storing once in the first and aiiilreNed the student In J*'kHMiville Onfi! ::1'

That Darn Cat (Buena Vista' favored squad to \\. P 'iS and .\radt>mY'1 19 to t victory half. hotly This gate some of thenew years ago the field, i'f hn

Touchdown Bishop Moore Field and watched the Wildcats over Father; tapes I High students\ an id*a "f what Inanities" wan IIIC hlth',1. h !idrd -
Haw"" A, Section II (Ivuth Turn Iurra '. Tsui ur'81'1'lWIliunl' they were free
)
leap ahead after a first "School's gridmen The undefeated I by Joe Hern. an limas

(Morally! unobjectionable Hornets' end Ted Zaffran shown catching< 17 quarter pass interception on Falcons used an exported pun put tngrlhcr qn'.rlrra of to join. hfiniht, the urgnnUatlnn aims

for adults and) adult-Men! ) yard pan from halfback Art \\roble. got behind Moo,.'. 19 led to the Park aerial ranle datxle' IHIJItT lo ahem down the Imprmrmrflt of some nf the to attuaint| emri'tional ) 'h

\\mter Park defender and into end ers1 TU but In turn were kept boar' .Santa re Hawks In Ihe game older chill war an' >.rfnt, 11"111111) | students with c"I;, ;e

Ilarum !Scarum I iMGMtLa : IOn for Bwhop Moore's ting stepped touchdown The Then Hornet barks A r t troble defending against the pasnen plmd at Jriult's Corral Msiliiiiu. mitjW'. .. Ow Latin and Diama material in the realms "I arts

Boheme (Warn ) \<\' and Dan Simon re. of the Green \\a\es' tarn Clubs slid siicmi'i
aix-pointer toga scored second before the flint
spending to the calls of quarterback Balewtkl that netted lift (r.Iregondcri" and Kevin Tlie Flying 'luh la uniqueamtwig
flaw A !Section III half ended withroble the extra Ihe uluilrnls meet once a
getting< pointon iVnnls Durkin. bill \\srdi for IAYI'| M 4th qllarl.rlally 1'nwers grabbed off two IDapleie ) < the high. schools of St. .
a quick dash, Bishop Moore High School's team Petersburg Claimea are helil week fur lectures and illnnin.kl
dii for the with
zed
(Morally) umilijrit tunable theYlldcst< defense victors with In the
kept the 7.6 margin to win over the Wildcats onWard without the goal l lIme iingle tally's by Tom !\II Lain once' a work at the Clearwater
ty. crossing
for adult. ) Tampa Catholic I High! School fI.hn'\ art lr iclrnce. dtpr d.
Field. Near the lint halfickxse Andrew Bennett, I Larry Mmant International' Airjioit' Theptirxie .. which irmlnjr
Ing n they
KmZ Rat (('oil Hornet's end Paul .\ and quarterback iar\ | tvf f the dub II to enable bate .

Return From the Ashes I it! A i tla.e Bishop Moore sought' rest and relaxation at Taylor Intercepted a Wildcat Father Lopez Taylor The Hswk's big gainer Its memheri tn pats the JIII"l'd.The
the varsity ball, sponsored by FAA written enarn for a pnv week
aerial to set up the ktery sac a scoring pass plat following they
( RMorallj the I etterman'i! Club Dane march. School entering A7 yard from nuarlerbatk ate |>ll<>t'i lurnse, lx>ok formore are tented on the 1m'lure, and

High School lag was to the sounds of High Mike Altenburger' I to news of (this chip lad i iHie at the rod of their senior year
( objectionable In bridle la the sir
IIla.\\(14)( This week Jerry and the Gents Turning I II \\TOlit: \ll Jeff bark Hilt IlcedClearwater's I'rptluh was urganl/rd they will lie "twcted| ta C3mlcte .
|Jars for all) The Bed Cross society Seibert a senior at Father |>' a projiHt! !
found moat Btahep Moore (. Increase shad spirit and
I touchdown 17 yard Central Cath
Bishop Moore was honoredlast ) Ing sa a
for II.4 R M Lopes High !School and mem Only 25 cti.'rrn',,, '
Agent IUntI> students .hitting the books /in week by the pus from WroMe la end Ttd7.lIrlll. oUr High School journeyed to cheering at ImilliMll (nines. juniors are '
Who! Killed Rear'tMagnal appearance her of the Honor Sorietv each for each bian, ., of
h
Teddy preparation for awweekitests The inrnilwri learn sit I e year
of a guest speaker at their Wroblr marie the all Brnnksvllle and spotted thellernamid
) learned loot week he plated ,nrlmi' < rliren and thin aid the seminar In Jack'ans) ,'':o.
I touchdowns
meeting held during the assembly Important seventh point s eopardu'
With the ten out of the period The speaker. quirk d..h. a. a semifinalist In the National In the first three pear In leading' Ilir others at (the' ibis einihntei the '"or >r
\1\1\1 NN11N1111N1N ', of the students Merit Scholarship'! rnammatKm : jnnte that these itudvnts tm "i tscelved
way many
Mrs Ridder toW the members ten for a final score of 17 to
Moore's de aiMs Ju Ann ta.'UKenny
Watch for this about the Importance of Rtshnp strong 6 The Marauders of (' schUmand SubJI'rlllllllll8|> were taken .'

Youth ClubThe Ited Cross and its work They tense made the one digit Thl summer, Jeff remised !Sabnwrln 11H'f'.lnp to this week for 'he 'M edition a student reporterAcademy |
Readers mil he I
pleated .'IO picked committees for stand up throughout the scorelest a* NSr granl U Itnlllni ('el Clan A competition and became of tin harry yearlxMik It
knew that, beginning .nest St Charles Catholic second half The Hornets ( far ill weeks I I. purtlrl- third .
program planning and enrollmenl ego the l-enpard vie promliwi to I toe even teller ol Holy
week series .
a n "how U
Youth Organisation a many running thrusts several In the summer ninth will to '
hall and sewing projects pate tints Next. they try than last l yearn
study" will be published In timei neared the line ,
goal
very successful diM Oovep-- program there.Mtendmg Improve their 92 record
The Florida fatholle DrJimei (ember 31 The dance war The tarilly football team witlnMit. addwg' to the' marginof again Berkeley Prep Names, TampaT

Mkhselr\ .t the /held in the social hall Jerry brought horn a ,kl.r, this victory but the first wine five classes a clay Noire Dame

rah"r"lty *f Nrtre (lime will/ and the dent; provided the week. The Haraeli. trimmed the *ea.on war .balm tll ,from June II to July 24. Jeff Cardinal I I Mmiftey. I High On (>ituber I IIllble a

.. iludrats and parrnli mu.n' and the dame a the Ulldrsli 0' W Inter I'srk the many Buhop Moors football dived into the problem of School of Horaaola< met .Berkeley Vigil was held at t h e

alike )I. hit (litUrmithc' sponsored b\ the outgoing of by a scere .f 74 fans computer programming. prob. on a ".,...lr.I" gridiron Academy Academy of tlw Huh Tai :es

lomn. fk'f'1"111... Mitt (mdv Watt ability and sUtistics. number (jMHiit'i. field In TamiMl and with l IDIII the Junior and irnlor -
Our "Junior varsity also I I TVaraoi mathematical. .ST. l'F1TF.Rhhl: 'Itli On "
Rita Bern and Tern' "t.. Bishop Barry's theory. logic were, '''I tfffP'.s' to h>*e, clasies parltclpatmcThe
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met the challenge of &de..I .by fighting .. a e to 6 In aiMitwn. to being" aN.. at Notre' Dame A< wlwmy took the Mhual. rhapel' moil i trd
ten JVi' and blanked. them (omh .l lark Swlnils. ( nu' Honda l 1Mb iftaito. plate.
tie with the' pride ., Duie boat, Merit semifinalist. and of the rra I DELAND AREA out 14 to sere They will Mat IWI.... HicH (Coach John Ash member' of the Honor Society gars jlrldrd the TH In the went tculii," a requirement" to from the New Teilamcnt by

take. on Winter. Park had the Barons prlmwl t. upset Jeff has also won three med lad irrenil "heir rulfllnie enter a lorbU dab college. Mary Itooie. while 1.1"11'! !

Many students at RiannpMoore the always powerful' ala m the annual "aualliumUlinum slier a Monnry pin was Now that the lest mlmtl Gregory a.of..1 t II commrnta*

Nordmann Hardware are seeking. to further Rebels who! jumped off to a I contest, enabling pkkednff.Orivlng ramming and tefuhxi for lor scat Kathleen VUieet! ',

FUEL OIL their ambitions bv gong. up first quart"1IcIo.." tee n hool to ret,elve a trophy .to retaliate IM. the' these. trail has hems ,fm got.Urn. prefoit" nf the Snd.il\ a I

F.hnq, ; T.clU R.pnsd to take qualifying tests for He wan a studnC count'H tocond half tIe Cougars the n..iiori. are ....lnllllli toprofMre leader of the service

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Ml .." air tM M soil sponsored by Ute Mate educa pretiure wore year awl )wlor. year of feme. but averted a abut. ,, a challeAga. the teacher and S''T

tows if it NMH Page Fuel Oil Co. tutu board Tbe exam will be the til that lied the.V game Is Jeff was vies.proasdetrt of the out when" Coitgar linemen I-M| of 'M la ready to meet ..Frederick Joseph. |tunic. I'
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VOLUSIA MONUMENT Cardinal Mooney Hrllnger k II ( I fevered U fullback the" It Kerry,..rd.IIffdd Die same ..... main Ihu Jetult High School .lost league la In Mswing\ a. Everyone attending. J >uird 1

COMPANY year (their nsiwWeuod l record .IS each. clai competes far Seth ISM rocltotiM of, praM) 'I 11 itmtorvals
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the Bsroni owl Club, the' .K: .*. flew ter II mare partlrlpoteInleiulte with by all' :
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ii, .o hen Momie> High Sarasota the second half to reach. I" (gralvUllun are la tr .points. m the' rtossng qitorterstwisting preperalloa. ha 'iponts

FRIED ICKENW1 are forming. a Pep dub .. ward lore but had to settle err far Mhhir) Nrl'arthy and the Tigers !Htto a .begun on IM) himrrvniinfMurk isle. nf the most 1'o '

bnoat school spirit for a fine moral victory Allowtag I Rirbara Jabdy who reefhrdIrtirri final lilt defeat has "brgun' .n each rl(.MprKd pails of Hi* r,fw ,rtv v ,- t'e

w.,. H.. Yert Ann.. INSURANCETHE The student govortms*!. a .lone lourMo In I .1 eommendilloii from Jesuit Coach Mar Barberry and! spirit Is initiinling v*a.rsesen) nf Ihe/ Bible l U'1. I t''i
under the sposuwrihlf of Miss each of the lad two games attests the ?NaltoiiMl( Meal KhnUrihlp saw M ('(muse and. Ka..d. ,U rhrrr Ihe lUntn ." ,Intlilory weeks rlau president I 1 le

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Tli* Florldt Catholic, Friday, October 15. 1965 Mother of two



Council roundupOn .i Florida Priests


I ,. dies in Ireland

population religious t ..
war, ( DA'S'TON,1 KU11 Mu.

Margaret Caulfteld 61, mother
Rut,tat ft". IIP ../1) sides of the curtain there is easily leads to real war of two Priests of the Diocese

fuadrado of Saragossa, a system of preparation for of St. Augustine, Is
asserted that while the With obvious emotion Car M rra
pain the use of these arms and e mourned by friends and family -
balance of terror is not ad. dinal Ottavlanl then express.
their indiscriminate
for illegitimate use in here and In Ireland She
It the ed what he called a "most
mi sible" in principle\ is warfare
died on September :26 after a
.
onlv workable formula in cer fervent wish: that the council ,
brief illness in Galway Regional
tarn circumstances: But Objectorsseveral call all nations to unite in
Ireland.
Hospital,
peace" effort should be direct. a worldwide republic transcending r,4'I
ed at guaranteeing: secunt speakers contradicted national barriers in Father John P. Caulfleld,
\ without arms. Francis Cardinal !Spellmanof order that the peace of Christ president of father Lopes

Newoik: and upheld the might reign throughout the High School!, Daytona Reach,

Public opinion light of conscientious objection world, and Father Thomas J, Caul-

to warAuxiliary, field, a member of the faculty -
The speakers, although: accepting
H* defended the right of Bishop Gordon of Santa re High !School
with Auxiliary Bishop 3P'Holy
ruleri to forestall an imml. heeler of Middlesbrough, Alfred I Ancel of Lyons, )Em Lakeland, traveled to Ireland
rent danger to their countries hngland; I criticized what
But he" added that rul France, the legitimacy of Name in Jacksonville upon hearing of their mothers
seemed to him the suggestion refusedto men gather Illness flier were with
genuine patriotism,
ern must strive to form with. that such objectors are milk.
admit the balance of terroras her when she died.
in public opinion a powerful sops." lie said in reality "the Nearly 200 men gathered: at As. Deanery of the Holy Name Societyon Bishop Kenny High School cafe

movement fer peace Mural witness of the conscientious a principleThey gumption pariah in Jacksonville for October ]O. Here the men are torium. The funeral was held on

disarmament he said. is a objector i Is something to be urged that "war be the fall rally of the St Augustine shown following the breakfast at September 27 with a Solemn
prerequisite for physical disarmament valued and welcomed. waged on war In order that Requiem Mass at Claregalway -

Paul Emile Cardinal I-eger man's marathon race towardthe parish church Father

He defended the right: of nations of Montreal, Achilla Cardinal precipice of ruin" be halted have a negative effect on a Camara of Rio de Janeiro, in press conference the reed for that Pope Paul prepared for John Caulfield was the celebrant -
of
nuclear irnart of Lille] Joseph Cardinal and that the budgets national economy, In this regard the name of 57 Latin Ameri Religious to adapt to modern their consideration during the Father Thomas Caul-

to possess said their weapons Martin of Orleans, and armaments then be turned to he pointed out that some can Bishops, said that in viewof requirements 80m e traditions scheduled week recess field, the deacon, and Father
but proliferation
should he stemmed Leon Cardinal Duval of Algiers fight world poverty of the world s richest nations the missionary activity of itI as said, are too period, Richard Higgins, a cousin, the

insisted that the classl In Ihlll respect, Auxiliary are compelled to import the separated brethren in juridical and must be given subdeacon
He also said the text should cal distinction between a just Bishop Edward: Swanstrom of workers. latin America I criteria new incentives The conceptof Six! In all, the questions areheaded Mrs Caulfield Is survivedby

avoid cuing indiscriminate and unjust war can no longer New York pointed out the Increasing should be established to help evangelical obedience, it by one asking about her husband, Thomas Caul-
approval to conscientious objector be upheld if redress were to discrepancy of He said it would be fitting avoid hard feelings and misunderstandings was pointed out must be simplification of fast and abstinence field; five sons the two Florida -

inhuman if the schema were to end created with of laws, making only Priests, and, in Ireland
be gained "by wealth between richer and coupled a sense joint ,
Benedictine" Abbot Christopher means only." poorer nations, and proposed with a reminder to young through proselytism, responsibility by both superiors \sh Wednesday and Good Patrick, Edward A and !Martin .

Butler of Downside, England : a permanent Vatican body beset married couples that their and their subjects Friday obligatory F.: and daughters, Sister'

spoke of nuclear weapons They clapped up to promote world concern path is one of sanctification Chris- On religious The revised schema now de. The fact that the Pontiff Is M. PIUS of the Presentation
influent of
under the
Alfredo Cardinal Ottavlanl and help for the poor and the mands a more spiritual and going: directly to the Bishops Convent in Galway and Miss
', According to our text, so of the Roman Curia voiced hungry tan principles Nothing he While debates were in progress less legalistic;: outlook In religions instead of merely issuing Instructions Eileen: ] A. Caulfield'
council does, con.
long as international organizations the same sentiments when he says or voting was completedin life Modern diets/ was through the curial When Archbishop Joseph P.
for Joseph Cardinal Caidijn of eluded, should have the effect the fourth week amend. Hurlev In Ireland in August
are inadequate asked for "one common on urged for both men and women offices is taken as another indication was
it Belgium emphasi/ed that of making people soft or mrnts to the schema for the dedication of the
peacekeeping purposes, fatherland where the" peace of on religious in religious life of the earnestness of
cannot he said to be \illegitimate Christ would reign" "sins against the worker are selfish life Meanwhile. the presidentsof the holy Father m translating Galway Cathedral Mr. and
sins against God," and Bishop Bishop Joseph| M Marlingof An official of the visited with
In itself to possess 'mod The nearly.blind secretary revising national Ri Charles] slimmer of Tour Jelferson/ City, Missouri, emphasized in him On that occasion he .
commission
ern arms' for the sole purposeof of the Congregation of the a received the questions into a living practice expressed
added that"the speaking on the demographic
deterring an adversarywho nal, Belgium, his personal gratitude
I Holy Office won an ovation. law of profit should not be problem, said its full solution and that of the of
in similarly equipped people
He spoke in fluent Latin with. cannot be found simply in aid Church schools
omitted suggest( that from this the passage document."No be. out a manuscript. supreme Paul Cardinal In economic Ix-ger life of from richer nations Such in New/ York barred the Diocese contribution for their to magnanimous the

Cardinal Ottavianl. after Montreal said no such discus programs, he said, have not
thinks the greatpower Church in Florida
one such concurring with council sion can condemn war or until now been sufficientlybold from using public school
merely possess property
fora
Fathers who had pleaded arms purely in the abstral't.Thl' to be effective,
Is that both
on
fact
The
arms total ban on war, criticized should be He said the council) should Pastor revives old
he said,
text, ,\In.'C: (: ) The" New York State department constitutional discrimination

Ordinary named the briefly schema with the for means dealing of forestalling too. changed that tn forestall conscientious Interpretation objection -- urge I limitation i I governments I of to population help the or education has ruled that ('hurrh.rpatf) schools may to bar such an arrangementsimply custom during Mast

VATICAN CITY (:N{') war Is an act of the virtue growth' through moral meth. not use public school property under any circumstances, on the grounds that a L4llNC: (: ) Father

Pope Paul M has appointed He said the first of these i Is of rnildnrss ods. mn if they pay rent for church.related school was In Terence Tanner, pastor at

Archbishop Vito Robert I education both civic and relijions Yet this problem cannot be ,I. argued that It would be UllI. tolled Dover, South Fast: ngand.h. ] .

former apostolic nuncio to the Such education, he Atomic war separated from trust in Divine Deputy state commissioner Last July the State department revived the practice of

Congo, Rwanda and Burundi, said, would incline governments : Providence, he said, of education Edward: B, Ny Bishops to of education approved the early Church in receivinghis
as Bishop of Caserta, Italy, and the governed to Archbishop Gabriel I I Gar.I'one which is not to he confused quiit, who made the ruling of collection each Sunday.At .
participation by pupils
Robert! who retain form of discrimi i of Toulouse, France, the offertory during
Archbishop spurn every with inactivity or passivity October 7), said the use of church.related schools in
the personal title of nation, class struggle! and po asked that I the text be made He asserted that the" problems [public school launch 5 Mass in his! church of St
property by under the education
year programs(
its treatment Paul, he himself at the
concrete in sits
Archbishop, has been succeeded litical or economic imperial more cannot be solved if we Ignore hurch-related schools Is act of l a* papal envoy to the three ism of atomic warfare and the words of Christ on dod's specifically sanctuary gates with the plate
specify the Immediate, pie / prohibited by aid to elementary and secondary held before him and the congregation
Archbishop
African countries by Providence for the birds of law" in this state plan in Brazil
education
Preventive acts else and possible situations in to the altar
Joan Raptiste Maury, the air and the lilies of the go up
former internuncio to Senegaland which' alone atomic warfarecan field He gave this opinion In a The department specified and place in it their offenng
apostolic delegate for Another mean of preventing be left to the responsibility raie from Niagara: falls( Rill m: J\\MltO (:N(') however, that! programs in The pastor sits with his head

West Africa, war listed by Cardinal Ot of the supreme authorities; Missions topicAfter shore Bishop Duffy High< A fivejear plan to revitalizethe ': volvmg such students. woula bowed and his eyes closed so

tavianl In the fostering of human Atomic warfare, he said, is !School a (alhiillc Institution, Catholic Church In Bra hal to be financed encluuveIv as not to Intimidate parishioners

brotherhood among all not to be condemned uncon cloture wan invokedon rented he fool ha 1 1 field at I I.a nil and to implement decisions toy federal fund and could into giving more than they
Daytona BeachBaggett. people of the world Through of the SC"t'ond'll1l'an" not fosntlve the
dition this means men would be Bishop lauiennn Ca lan lilt Coined is under! study' hv' the state funds This was
world schema, the completely utlon. fur spurts events In any
ready to sacrifice themselvesfor I atoiDa of Sigiion/a Guadala rewritten schema on the missioni 1N! .:1 and 14.! National Conrcrtnre'or" Bra. in line with an opinion by
ti the common good of all lara Spam, said the text isobscure was taken up zilian Bishops State attorney general toms Daytona Beach
r mankind, he said, and would on nuclear warfarepreserving The Catholic school rented J Ufkowitthat the state.
The new text, more ecu The plan Is outlined In I
I help ensure a fairer distrlbu the field for S12J I: The
\ silence on what mmically oriented, proposes a night proponed Joint pastoral thai constitution bars use of Matemonev
lion of the world's goods could lie permitted to a na a 8I't'c'lal'olll'an center to to athohc council of mothers' the llrs/illan prelates are to aid the education of
throughout the entire human which has been victimof clubs this year asked the children
McIntosh turn a ordinate all mission matters studying at special| meeting In church-related In.
family nuclear attack. Unless: Magara rails school district! .
a would atdutiooe.NNINIININNNNNINIW its
It mean a reorgani.alion while they. are In Borne for
Inc.Funeral Another element, In the pre. this question |II cleared up. of the present congreRaturn to lower" the rental, but the the council

Director vention of war Is the cnntm he said, the' World will be at for the Propagation of district instead held that the 4

Daytona Beach Port Orange tied struggle: against totalitarianism the mercy of unchecked ax- the Faith arrangement was illegal "Our objective It to renew Support

he said Pointing !gressionPe Joseph! Cardinal J'rings of The case then went to the the ('hur1In Brazil, con

Booh nut the communists wage war pointed out that the Cologne: agreeing, said "the state ch'p
Furniture Greet Cards under other name, such as problem of Aware and war is whole Church is a mission. for an opinIOn. NyqulU Church of \aUcan Council Name t7i
ng the' struggle! for national liberation IK'rermial, as evidenced' by the ar> ," said he could have settled the I 11!," slates the firm draft of Holy SocietyNNNNNNNNNIINNNN

LLOYD COX ," he said all form fact that it was brought be Cardinal Alfnnk added that matter by dismissing the the document w huh t the -- -. -

Office SuppliesCL of violence should be banned fore the I Council of Trent not only missionaries but all case on the grounds that Bishop are" now studying

2.3473III He Included Ideological warfare nr 61)) by Blessed John of.ivila. the faithful are called to mis neither the" mother group fundamental lines of workof i Restaurateurs-Get the "Red Carpet"r

North Bach Street on the rounds that It lion activity and thus to the nor Father John Hirkenheur the Church In Brazil for and Discount Prices r
.
0.5 F.S Bishop Duffy principal the next fly.ara as outlined .
of the 31)010) ) Pnciti .
support lea e1r .a *.d < < e /n..a MM
Population in the field had legal standing to In the proponed pastoral { ....... T.: w.na, .. :; .,: a.a..u.,: | It

Welcome Travelers Jaime Cardinal de Barros make an appeal The dioceseof would be HOTEL 1 CHINA ANDwGLASSWARE!: : ,;'VT
BEACONAmbulance Furniture Kishop Mariano Gaviola of Buffalo it legally the "To promote a fuller\ and WUtk ;.' IM ft* *

Porch and Patio Specialties ahanatuan, Philippines, said nhool ownerNevertheless. more vtitbitunity' within the

Service Rattan Wrought Iron the" schema seems to fear a Baptist paper asks Nvquist de Catholic Church Itself: promote "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS-SINCE 1111"!
Aluminum population explosion which i cured the matter "is of sufficient missionary action, promote

255-2406 Highway I-Ormond Beach will eventually result in too why colleaguesdon't Importance to set catecbetici" deepen Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons
many people for the eatth forth the law 'governing thetiflue study of Catholic !doctrine

Recalling that Pope John here involved "' I He went among the laity: five more Rag;tttrtd Jewelers

Italian and American FoodOpen DAyTONA XXIII declared this theory praise Rome on to hold that state law bars effort to deepening know Cl .UU A", .,r:can Gtm So shaky, he said the schema using public school propertyand ledge of theology : promote
S P.M. 'til I 11 I P.M, should take into consideration \I.U; \'IHUn(: ) The facilities for events liturgical action; promote
.
c'ftclal; of the I/oiun
journal \
e Banquet Facilities aft! other scientific positions, which are controlled by and ecumenical ashen promotethe
ana !Mate Baptist Conl'ntlonhu
whose proceeds go to "a society more active participation! ;UlttOffiTonyandJcrriet) $
Cloud He pointed nut thai a expressed' smceie regret -
Monday
association or organisation of the faithful a* a ferment
MAarlH.K.r.t.n.Gllli.n diminishing population tan that no word of praise 1 Italian. Cuisine
.
of a religMus sect or in the construction of the
was issued from the I'UI'U'
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school district athletic ft.M
Letter Press and Offv
the Vatican council'sdeclaration The '
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2.1357 Phon. 255-54 79 I. HHIff. t.W school, or In fait by any religious Bran.) t* realize greater

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denomination, Jpt'I'lftC'anyrrohlbltf'd
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NEW SMYRNA : V.ItL.n11V10aN0 jt libeitv document, adding, that \\ ,th s pep'ratan of over

RAMBLER scnsncyniclo, .., Baptists, of all people, should ANNINNNNININ/eN11N M! million persons. and MSr feaMlsg C5.rc..l Iuve
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t !t "'''...... .. 'i<'#"I' t: 'r ..... 1fJ Nine The Florida Catholic, Friday, October. 15 INS
HN men travel to I ,
Leesburgfor '
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t .),I>J\ ., Study volume issued

Central Deanery rally .


LEESBIRG Men of the Central Deanery of the r a I U.S./ Congress reviews

Diocesan Union of Holy Name Societies met at St. Paul G'T' t

Church in Ixwsburs last Sunday for their fall rally. T'T'Y

Joining In procession the persecution in CubaUSIIiSGTOS
men entered the church and can get the seeds In the ,
bean the day's events with ground properly. He will take
\ (NC) Churches have been hsjn-
of
care bringing the crop In. ,
Mass offered by Father Keith
and schools
pored parochial eradicated in communist
S 'mons. The role of the layman was
) the subject of Mr. Basso's Cuba, according to h publication reloaded by the United

Speakers for the day were talk He stressed the importance States Senate internal, security subcommittee.The .
Louis A. Grilling, pact president of the layman in parish INI examination of the legal status of religion in
of the St. James II\S: activities and as an example I Cuba t is volume S of 'Church and State Under Communism .
la Orlando and Richard J. 16i .S
for others lie encouraged the "
the
Basso president of St. Peter men to become more Inter. prepared by than TOO parish Priests and
t N1.' ,
.j' e Law of the Library .
1LNS In DeLand. ested in church work, to read 9 Library members of religious orders.

In his talk entitled "Invita more about their Faith and of Congress at the Today, only US Priests. remala .-
tlon to Holiness," Mr. Grilling to "live the life of a true. request of subcommittee ta minister to the entire

stressed that laymen have Catholic layman." vice chairman Senator population of the Island.

many opportunities to plant Monslgnor Terence J. Far- 1 r Thomas J. Dodd of Connecticut Listed In the publicationare
the seeds of Catholicism In
relly e.r Orlando deanery and Reprevntalive the major laws on religion
answering questions of non- spiritual director gate Bene- of at Medical Orlando Durward G, Hall and church schools Instituted
Signs Mercy of
Catholics he said we can In. dtctfaa et the Meat Blessed progress since the Castro regime

site"We others should to share be able our to Faith.answer miming Sacrament session.Luncheon al the. end of tile Member. of the Auxiliary of hospital later thla month. Over 100 monies will take place on October Missouri Because of the relative came into power,

them," he said "and Mercy Medical Center in Orlandoare signs had to be made to identify' 23 at 2 pm. with Archbishop Jo. weakness of religion In Cuba in One 19>>of abolished the first laws paised.

we can, and In doing to m was served at becoming. familiar with the each department Shown here art soph P Hurley presiding Florida'a the study lays, Fidel Castro's private universities or impended and

must remember that this Is Lancer's Restaurant\ and the many and varied departments In Mra. Frank Cilento, left, and Mrs. Governor I lay don Burns ill III"a k. campaign against the Church voided the degrees and certificates
'seed planting time It Is not meeting adjourned at 3,90 order to show guests through the Samuel Lawrence Dedication cere. The public welcome to attend. was much more easy and to practice Issued by
jet the harvest. These seeds pm. successful than in other communist them.
are to be sown sparsely and countries
Other 1959 laws Included
covered gently and let nature "The most Important fact arequirement
Escapee reports that all schools
take Its course" Atlanta prelate seeks greater noted In practically all of the public and private, submit to

He continued: sources consulted. In any Inspection of buildings, teachers .
"We've got the Holy Spirit Life/ sad in Red China dead languase" the study states, and plans of study before
Who will do the rest 11 U ; role for women in Church "was the consensus of the authors .. authorization to operate
that religion in pre Castro would ho granted required
;

father hadn't kept silent By Father Placid Jordan OS.R. woman In the family a few little Cuba Importance was already to the of I peapie ao birth all teachers(most to private be of schools Cuban

ORLANDOWINTER \',\nCAS'OTSCFa"relchlnr) changes In the women theologians but especially that the Inevitable atrug
had teachers)
By GermaJne Swain role of women In the Catholle Church haw been proponed the unique honor given tie !between it (more specifically the Spanish the ; lava to
PARK )IC.OC Chla's father nadat remained by her to God's only perfect and government right
) Wane to ecumenical council by Archbishop Paul J. Hallinan the Catholic Church) take over any school where
"silent" when the Chinese Communist party took of Atlanta. creature, Mary Our lady-Hill communism" was of brief the rules were not observed

the foreign Priest away from the village. Vans Chia'a la a statement filed with the counctl'e general aecretariate these" are part of that his duration, not very Woody, and gave exclusive 'Jurisdiction

BARNES father died in prison. the American prelate declared that since women tory. and for all practical purposes, t to the Minister of Fduca-

DRAPERY AND Today Wang Qua., aged 24, a Catholic like Ma par. nIUtutt! half the people of God' they should' be given !Sixteen council Fathers ended In victory for communism of ton to select and make available
FLOOR COVERING Inc cots and la celebrating. his from have so far made Intervention when the majority the all textbooks
grandparents, escape equal consideration_ in the council schema on the Church clergy including both! !Spanlih .
FREE ESTIMATES Red China, now free: to say the Prieat. cams aloud and la the modern world In the coined aiMng nationalists and Cubans, In 10A1 the government de-
zoos N. Orange C4.ndo worship God openly. "women In many places and that a role of greater Importance freed the abolition of all
GArden 5-3417 "They would make terrible lIame.lIert he came from The Archbishop inked In many respects still bear be granted lo women lahe were forcibly deported! from private schools by nationalis
and the Identity of the foreign whether the Church 'has ( ('hurrll.Ollrln the country"The
the marks of inequality ThisIs ing education
trouble for us even If e only given the leadership that quotes I recent
Priest must be concealed to evident In working condl- + study
say or write the names of Christ by word and example, the second council the international
Herman J. Heidrich protect his mother brothersand lions, wages and hours of finding\ by (
Jesus and Mary but these showed he expected' session Leo Cardinal Suenensof
sisters who are null in clearly work, In marriage and commission of Jurists that ORLANDO
& Sons names ".i keep tight ta our communist China 01 her" laws"ANove. property Matines-Rrusscla demanded Cuba, before Castro's seizureof

S'iMt ea Mum hearts! The young man laid: "In proclaiming the equality that 'in our ago when power, possessed more
NS Cf frill Ml 'l|..lMM Wang Chla wept as, he spoke of man and woman the all It Is present In woman almost trivets to the WINTER PARK
lilts SUM rtMftrt CWt r\n. r en lea correspondent "W.Hs mitt be kept behind Church mutt act as well n that gradualism, bordering on moon," greater recognition be
at the Cans Rkrl Mr tend .. I i. net knew speak by fraternal testimony. Inaction which limits their given to their importance In gun Blah
Macao's refugee relief headquarters kow maay tl the people .la oar not wily, In abstract doctrine/' preience In the tremendous the Church.
PAQUETTE MOTORS commute still kelte,'. Rat be said. forces now working for universal Besides that of ArchblnhnpHallinan affiu Supp1J bunt) Owned I operated

SM SVMNnIlkit IMI'* tt ltIMUW Wang Cuts Is not his real many, maay ol them" till Therefore "every sipper.lunily '. education, for peace<< there were written,
,'.MiH shake their heads sadly rhea should be liven. worn for the rehabilitation tf the Interventions regarding the Furniture O fc; SuppR. iy
1 tint they pats by our rid church deprived the Just and compassionate IN M liMMI a H, I>. M I MMsiMnin
and to of woman In the P.P,1 SUSAN WJRSEY
both religious lay pnmtinn
,. en,
.. CMtt I S, *> |IMH I AQUINO'SSERVING It Is dikes, fir thi party a... offer their special talents, to rare of the young, Church by Michael Cardinal

GA J-I65J THE "We had Sisters too and the service of the Church and the arid and the needy the Hrone OP flf the Roman Nit Minh PHONE GA ItSl

FINEST ITALIAN FOODS they were sent i ay. They their role of auditors In the dlipouesied and the \ittlmiof Curia: Bishop Michel Vial Of UWIS.COIItxTtRt.AIHATING

DINNERS! FROM used' to teach us the RIMs. present council! must bt only human* Injuitict and weak levers, France: Archbishop CO. RB

BILL BARDOEFORD a.)0 P.M. I. 11:00 P.M. and give us fruit and candy the beginning ness1 Claude I Inipuy of Albl, .tM..M"..< 'Ml 3RS
LOUNGE )! and sweets," he said Specifically\ Arthbllh As for the Church, Arch- France; RUhop Lulgl Chard un, I.*",.< ", ;rs an UNM
FACTORY DEALER no OrUftdo A"., WP i iH ) Asked whether any attempt op M a 1 1 II 1 n a a recommendedthat bishop Hallinan said 'her of the Roman Curia, Archbishop ewe, N.
SAVE ON YOUR ..,. I IM2 MI '-4500Ga.ry's had been made to send him : history has been a struggle Rue, Zof hhl, the Mel- 14 North Orange A..
NEW CAR DEALPh. to Slnklang or put him In the S In liturgical fuae flam to free women from the kite,., patriarchal vicar for C.nUi4 Mr, Thomas Walsh

tst-nn .1 mlUUa, he said no end explained women should be permitted to old place of Inferiority Her Egypt: : and Coadjutor Bishop Ml 4,!W for l local! ads In WHEN YOU NEED. ,
Duck Inn : act as lectors and acolytes it great women. taints, her dedi Herbert Oednon of Katowice,
W H.y. SO I rated her defense of Poland. this ... rwl..H ItfMtoltlMtt
..... I.w "The party knew I was a Mass: vtrglna, ,,MIMftlHCM
.
4 in H i ",H m t itmttt Catholic and my '.mU1Ift Women also should he IM| If'M'H
M.b.r :-- Nut lilt MHM..*...e1.. "They know... have Catholic encouraged to become teachers Socretariate for laity I Children'sClothai : ...... .f'HMM ...>.N
St. Ch.rIet. KHKn hrs. IK*
let and consultants In theology
r M* si awlNnkMelhA hearta Ro they do lint
Parish ,_ me or my brothers and sisters I .hen they haIIt.in Call PtUe Schliri
fcave much education.! competence In the field; j i line I OLANDOADVUTISING
Women should be Included Council auditor laudscommissions
"They want ui tn work lathe Fiftlit U skidoos .lrt I II
fields They let m.: In whatever organization
r mlitvDONUT .. This Is became you do Is established for the pott.ronotliar I tueVt H*** COMPANY

rr not think clear This I. became Implementation of proposal Ample piling In rose as. II...son. r.a"eens Mws

L 41Yarletln-Drltrlein Viw EagtialIIMJT you think vrong Think the lay apostotate; mi !*.._ .. it in* ,N5wr-5e51...C
''" lgla Headfst Deno.A clear and good and then you Women Religious shouldbe UICV.V CITY (1C( ) An American auditor at
.- WORUrA ctr or corrii get ahead and wo reward fully represented and con the ecumenical council has hailed the proposed' ) al'cre-
k ATOVRDL M: Bin you' suited at leait In all matters tariate for the laity aa a "very effective Instrument for Cnhl FlwIoYt! Only'

,, HI! L COLONIAL DRIYIORMM "But I am a Catholic 1 do concerning their Mtereata t In the development of the lay HOME
_, !not want to think 'clear' and the Congregation of Religiousand most to the lay apostolae* In FAIRCHILD FUNERAL
>0 Ci ItlSII apnatolate
'good' their way I do not In Use comnuaoteo revising all Its farms," the NCCM One a!m !I. U eoMinvo, t. ifv. f,miti.i .f( thii au witH the.
ahead .law.Is Martin Week executive dl director said
want to get their w canon
St.saeeial I.frem I.
the
end 1..i4l..Ii.1 re/erdl.1..5
ceurl.l
So I aware. Ms statenwwt, Archblih rector of the Malwnal Council Although the Stalls have sere" urn, ,
THOMSON & McKINNONIN "That U iNnklnf 'clesr op llaOMan referred to a of Catholic Men. said that If not yet been worked out, elrt.n+ea.us a w. .have f., shiny years Our
but my say." Ware Cola statement maiM< tn Vl by the )proposed body tally represents Conrail sources said a cans a.". Ioc.I:." es tale ".,, ...

ORLANDO SINCE 1924 emphasized. pop Paul M when he was the warkl laity "It rnk.16fbat\ been created M t. heel 6r"" LtRey He.grid: Jr. lrtt P. Iny
Archbishop of Milan, wbh caa serve as a basis for dialogue study the secretariate.Qwestlmiaalrei .
Mmb N.* Yert Sfott E>t>ii<./. Laymen summoned by reads"Wemeii. .. betoeen the laity and
.
been
bate
must come closer the FUatofi' and It will placeat
and .t+.., rin.lp.l: : esJ.n9eeCORNER Czech secret pore to the altar, to souls and to the. disposal of the Roman lesse the wtrld Mihope cKUXDO't tfxtritr sad turitr

CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE I4M IOO BOSS (NC) Government the. Church In order to gather Qmreh offices a lay body far their 'I.... Cd .i.. m..... .J" l.vuhdtel.

authorities in temmialstruled together the people of God. competent ta present their It his been said hers that .... ........... ...

l Crechottevakla hat\ ,..hbl.hft' IfaltUaai nU problems' U) the Church Fernando Cardinal Cent of ......l C.-IeI ...... C L ,

Fee 41 Y.... brought several Caihotte lay tile ",.mm..II, brtvera mu "It can also! suggest wiji the Roman earls Is the' head ,
BANK ma before the secret" pottee aod ......" "' ,.t...... U the In which. the laity could antst of the comnMsiWm ml'"* up PI
FIRST NATIONAL for oueitiMia retently arkeina ea the Onrth !I. the with. pfnblemi arising within of lilshofx and lay persons, I',

AT WINTER PARK The laymen Involved have\ .. inwlrra world ",k..M Mi k. other eiutinf Church tMdte," and that It had already had HI' .
6-47,3000 all! served prison seolenres .., d aib *nlea with TRUST DEPARTMENT TeWehor:
cease of their religious ac '
,. mutest respect. dl! s fourth ssium began
F.D'' C. unity, but recently IHt ; tmetarlale was prepo.ed
M. prison lees sad reipomiblM The irretarliti still needsa *55* I. 5r,55, 55 i

Auto, Mob U Home, !....:MU. Mode:j4.:*t .*J Pef.....l Le."s to due the to German aa amnesty Catholic arrordtng New TVr..f.re, "we matt M rit lay apwtUhte U the atoms wklrk kn a the already final vote of atipeoval from /5r. Gr 7 5.31$

S.'. D pcvt. 101"'S.9'.' Actew fiH.'O.cUfl Accs, H Aftory K>A. ttaae! U perpetuate the tre tr. apprised I.) Metls UM Council and suhMi' ntartion
..M.M.\ carded U from Pof Paul but
The poise questiooH the and wkkh .kai br.. re
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farmer. prisoners about th lfrelations tarad U a ,.", mlule. fr
tetk ,..,.ry. We mess **. hitrhes He said the terre-
to respected flail ameadmeats.
persoos roatlaae U M late-remtrs .laU lariat would probably! be ,ttabhihed -
of M. active in the laterettsof .
g Iwlal l l, sUilral aad er. The pirpnee 114 1M tear. : \ In Rome the I'gl
ill the Cathoic Church, KM A
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