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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 29, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (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
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Staff writer

"Mercy Medical Center has been built and lIon the" Orlando

threshold of wrvice to the nick of Central Florida" With

these words the" dedication ceremony for the Orlando o.a.wat OIU..'\fO Florida'\

hospital began on October 23. Governor" Haydon) Bur I

Thousand of citizens, Priest, Sixtcra i and public officials lauded t the building nf then

gathered on the hospital ground on Lake Lawne .r. 1i p w community hospital,
to mark another" milestone in the" history of the new edifice. Mercy Medical Center in

It was estimated that in addition to the 500 schoolat Orlando. at the" dedication

the day* ceremony pcs'ially ti> Sister There !last Saturday at which

a. a drew 6000 jx-rxons to Francis who will serve in the Archbishop Joseph P, flue.NNNNN.NN.NNNNN.N

the site. position ot administrator of
Mercy Medical Center Sister I
Archbishop Joseph" P. Theresa brands reiei\ed the The full text of the Cover-

Hurley, in the prayers of thanks of all for her untiringand nnr'i addrcts li carried on

dedication underlined the devoted efforts In bringing |page fine.

purpose of the hospital: Mercy llocpita; to Ida com "....................,.,..,.

service to the aick. pletHinl Irv presided. Noting that
l Louis C Murray sat
The ceremonies w ere o|>ene "one of the, finest thmpi
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(he
into
coming beingof
all In noted that Dr Murray il not
leading
the National Anthem present T h I only an Orlando boy, who hat thin hospital IK that It

Ktxhop Mince Huh School gained! promlnem ai a iklll. once again: I demonstrate
Hand of Orlando provided the ful phyiK-Un/ hut he U also the raparity of Americans

accompaniment A color prominent In the state for hit Governor speaks at MercyAt to provide for themselves

At Gainesville church dedication guard from the :X&ith United' many unselfish contributions those services and farihtlri
Male Army Garrison In Or. tn the" civic welfare' of t h a the dedication Saturday of Mer,'V Mi-dual they need f," (1 JovernorIliima

Clergy takirtjj part with Archbishop lured in the processional following the Undo unfurled the Flag and
Joseph P. Hurley In the dedication of enm. Children formed a
I the new provisional church at St honor. In the background\ the pariah of crowd'the name la the garrlann Pledge of led AliI"talK" the { of the" new facility Mother Louis Kdwln, pkhired. public' welfare la at stake" ,

Patrick parish in Gainesville are I'ie. achoot. U superior| general: of the Siatera of St. Junrph Americana are not ellhne
l n,. Murray lust acreplrd
who administer the lio'|>ital, li<'a, Methodista, rtapllat,

Gainesville people build .(.\n the trew Men Sterns and W'.ms.f rhalrman .the f Merry position Medical u chief center.1( ,still Thephjilrlaa tails on his shoulderi ai dioc ed with the" Ar hr>ihoi) In or."Jews, but AmC'rklMIII.

Merry, rat mauler .( tt,.. pledged the highest coin hospital repreirntatl, ilcdiiating Mercy Medical
.
I monies. f f.r the day. aenlrt In the patient ofMrrry Mr. Srrroi related The" whole Center to the aenk of the The need for additional hospital
and etpreiird a derpfrellng community U grateful. to hint suffering facilities was urgent\ li
Monaignor Charles A. lean .1( talliilarlliia thai for the role he played In bringing rather John liliMtt was Central Florida, tail Oo\rr
new provisional church tok, patter of St Charles the dream .f a Cathnllr .bun In. hospital to our aiea' chaplain, to the Archbishop Stir turns( On "behalf of' "InrI-

pariah. In Orlando, Ml 1 t h t pit.lla I mini Hoi Ida baa said Mr. SmoiArdiblxhop when h* blessed firat the entrrlor da, h* commended Arihhiitv
prayers of the Invocation heroine a reallly, and then Ih. Interior of (II' Hurley for Inaugurating
f; 1INF111LL1: : !
St. Patrick'
.
new proviaional ceased acouatical unit. according n.r1okII" HuiUy njxikefor (the hospital and thanked! ai
Monsignor credited
I church waa dedicated here Sunday after the .feat. Xlasa at to the arrMetti.Kemp by Mr Serroi with pravtding Dr Murray/ (pienrnteil the the whole 1I1.j...... whenhe the honpltal Fourth |)egree. well the cllliseni of Orange

noon in the" pariah Arch .hopJlIHfh P. Hurley pred and Aimed of JackaMi! much of the ampetUI Gmernor of, the state' of Morida add We offer Mercy Mr 1l. knights a guard/ of! CnlumNi of( honor provHed County who gave luppoit' to
Con\ cat Center" to ( fur lite
calk prnnr llavdnn Itiirnn, MM aervhe Medical
at tee ceremonies, bw Mng necessary In finance and ''ftn..Irue.t llrntna resounded. from the Mercy Center" final
arouaUcal:: cUing thrauih The rear wall of the HIM lv- Mercy MI'dK"II.nl". la tho*. attending the tree of the hiklien. of (J o dWe ; tv making the hospital an actualitv .
the new buiHing out and form Inter*.. a dtfktair any u of dark oak plmmd (monleiMonaignor are toil rendering tn toil.| choir compound for the ixca
The preaklent of eke Orange of all\ the mhooli of
mon the '
In hn congratulattMH to the u penciled by the re. paneling with while trim. Countv; Medical" Society, I>rTruett Terence. J Kar the thing that are" Hit area, Mudrnta nf Hlnhiip "I am Iml'ru.rli hy t h .
1..11lu'or. of SI James lie .d Krd all lake Meirv..
In beauty of'
the aite which
im
parish upon oVdicatmg th* \H Fraxttr. etpreaned Man, Ilidh S'hiwd St J.ma.
church he recommended' the Women the feelings of all In the midi" pariah in Orlando. carried the to their heaita and keep II St. thai.., M John \'lanC.OHtNllt the hospital atanda" Crash:
learn .
plan .
to cat prfeMK In the CentralMornta dii | *on of a miillilud of there nnr Hum. said "I I am <'nn.vlmed .
sam spiritual fervor that. in.apires area in welcomingIha financial and construction ct 1i>. The thousand jnturnt Join : hark page that the eye appeal ofa

through' builders the .tH of Ot*He Church" MM High Mass in English Medical Center tn t rh' Ado .. honpiUI 'la Important Iherapy .
Moat reilalnlv the
|lie tilted the dedication a ,, fIjIl"and
them Another Council followPope's
to make frequent we of mltet. ne occasion In hit recess to \ discomfort of Illnemi nrailer
the new church.Monsignrrr fly dare Itruninci 'In bear In atm' .
an "
a<"'-.... he alretaed the need
HarnM F Jordan. i Mrs karl Bruning is chairman. .( publicity for the' Southwest t4 mHical fxiutwi" Ui thi of decrees pher of "beauty And this l Ire
celebrated the Man Chaplains Coaat promulgation ration, on the shores" nf hake
Ornery Couatil W Catholic Women > (teat growing ono alum and aaidUi
to the ArchbtaiMtp were lasn.. la one of imprenlv
hotfital represents th *
FatherVilliam A. Kelly of t'i'IMm: ;' : PJIOWICf'ftM'tlU of UM JUcand lint rfforta aof wr c.,11.... :?s'tl(' \r\ /N-Ml.-* ** rrllglnii liberty which beauty "

Lake City and t'.tMra.. ('teeenl CCHUK-U of UM Vatican and taw pcojwt of learn Goods at the erreiwMiy. en V\1ICAN tITV (NC) Archbishop IVrlcle >VII< I i. piili greater emphaili. nn the the .\rc'hhlahop thanked 'the

Kelly of Mark I IIIC to participate ta th* F: glmfc highs. Man ocrapM toe l'-III'hc'UY' welcomed Ite the .*<.ret,..iy general of the JW-e'n,1.t..n. ("nunril, has t hiirrh'i leaching that the finvrrnor; (far the wards .( en>

The rhlldrra !SI' Palrkk Odobrr 21 nawUnc her of II.. Wnjthw.t Cot Deanery Maher IMII; F4vm. XSJauprrHir !i urged| attendance nf Fathers at the Xtober 2J meeting .right I I. rrlliloul Irrrdunirfiiri rnurirmrn shirk he ad.

SrbiMil 'farmed a* fc.i..r gMrd"urlm Cnvnril of catholic \V' *wrn Monaifnor John J, ),1..*. general of the !Sialennf on the eve of a 10- they will vote on the astral lint ahllgsllon"free people nf,from finding Ihe diritul In tkni* who drdiraleIT1FMe .

|the bleumg .( theravrch pats of 8L! Paul parch in St IVterabunr. addroa.d, tot21M HI Jontfti of M Augustine important dogmatic conalltutlon on divine tevelatltinTh AMI :
Till bark
Mother l IAlUIi .MWIII: K. page : hark page
Th Patrick's farmer
M. Council l ..tIIlh.
) wonmi prMeM .*. the Corwtitution on the Clrarchad rwesa until November N.
VUmra'i null and the. tiel admtnMrator tt Merry Hm
tlaapl.ra 1M twa flf f n Name Solely attended the sire. James p.t.II") Miami' aid on behalf
I. lather ..1IIndu. Medical
staff furnished
that CaawMutwii proriaimert Pope Paul VI, after the meeting1 on October 2M when
of the Sulerl. of her
Vdlcili. The irhMl chairwar ..., dtocrna fortimun
less than a ;sear. ago by Pop preil4ml formal toting; was |Jannr l The achemaa are on the -
adrr the dlrerlk'.1! ( UM details .f | h ellCW'a I ty that 'Ihrt sere happI pastoral I
Sinter Sh.lsla.e Hark Paul were eip'amrd' jit !I' < program .f lay p IF' retie in the aj""Mjt, dran'M inert' rj |I'\ M ,' ..,' Ihe renewal ,>f the rcllgioua
father. Thomas R Oro.. Mul'tn-'! kC on the hurrh'a attitude toward -
gnof 1.11p..,. I.e l : at! fut! wai 'eiiTl f' i fr on scmnaryormaUun,
pastor wai wned at th* rain .Chrf tlns. OltMMHI ''n. apeelal! Interview with Arthur

(rerrrnnnr br MiMMrtfjwr rat (iVla.aher.: In Wathla.rat (Jiannone of Kaertitnrie: Hyatcma Company, some tll> that. I

ink F. .V Man VF. Father l U s'( this week, a change 'In equipment 'Installed in Mercy Medical! Center was darrlbrd <..
John (" CaulfteW Father Frank the general meeting dale for for the Intrrrat nt the reader* of The r'lurid
M Mooch and Father WilliamStahler the Hianopa' of the IMitedfUlri ('at hulk
1 dir was anrvwtnrfd at the Ion, In aiMilbn, t tit this at
1. Automatic ["..to,,' Kefl .
Seating for KO prop(* It head'uHrf of IM N."ott.1) Merry Medical Center' linen
provfdeil by th* new ,.h..rT p: I f.lhollt'.lfl'* Ctfiferenc l later li a memory devlr that. art l lee gosh of rei, .eption,, fur
>. choir align M an elea''I ; 4k T>.n I'wvi annual meeting will I ties, dm! 'lor pulai with a pre" a patient, tall (wand! On
platform' near te earth"' I.- held at lINt Mantis American scalped i numerh al twin Thia tuning statues. <>n ea hillonr

T>* hapt'stay I II .Mi a aepaurs ?.'irg 'in N-* M No".,.. registers him ai he ,instinct inor lilt iu|.rviiintf, v, I".f
tilt nf (Ih \II
alrove tn the rear, 1. }+< \11. 14 ad 17 Preceding foe hmjwul Ial. hen an attic's And in the, ail,I I e
Prie.t.* aarntlv Is augment.ed 'hit gonad "mtln. (, the .. .Ma the rtmtnr know a Ih a display paunch will nail ota'
by storage facilitieannlnallag J 'AI'' AdmmtatraUv ti..,,, eaters lhe hospital.' if there In the' Mater l each time |tit
Will mi *n N**..W 11 ,li a m.uag. lee aim Nil palest calls fr a lI"n. In
,.. has ba rca4.
the treat and It tF'oikMg m.aaoe. that t way the iwprrviaor may
(trance U a J.,.... precut lt wf..', tee .- .tot the MWf 'by UM iwtlrhlx \M.rmiM ln.. ilatui of tin

,..,tI. ,;... a"ldlag a ass .r In'* Vattcan CMMTII r.- *rd spender l..,..1.' ralli
peaded w..dra rr*<*. a ''" "l w rk till Octafctr J5 ) A do. **.! firm .....1...*
Ire ht",ildmg K 4i>.frxl "at II ."111M.**.. vtM( look tyttvm *a. astand which ,* W both th* HUNT ,M.Ii4 '
prmmonal church' and w pace M ctkM af I h e will propel| the Mart "bear ....l ot nur .. anti xTh I, C
a r "rndmt artwiM HH .111"1 Mid. M DM "'ptl.1 l < h.|.* ,lo re.. t'a", It. here a. e
V
uMima'rh' > a
.n'.1 M
hall whea '...,tt. aarI ....,.1 rat....,., lot, palMNiti, room This i>m- .'raphw. MUIM.wlnr p."... < "
i I' built a Appr permanentrhurrh timt'. ta'It' with aN ..acktsg. ., 7S lent' 'im Met audio and vlaualr ,..... pasta are phv "M al ii', .
/ ears. to "*f'd a.I cwt .B..niton Mrrttoy la* p.told .. plo. ,. W lot. hmpiUI, i sleet,
|Is 40 taM of .tr bn prevl/.d for th* fIr Nit debate, on .... aetwiwae.t rot not twin' w but ran wild lights wdtili "il!, ate
featly life and MMitryw hear the MM IMUI( tMd. wheever a pnt < alit'" (fir
TVW square feet .M tk* building
'H .b4 heed dwMl ia mid. .\.. (j. ',..frt.rii.h.p. ." i'''' see whit h ai" .a hae
.
TV church u r..* rte4 of \ I.I Ik bhNf ( 'Ik* heavy .
traffnKnr
block .n1le ri 1tli hospital, bunall fk"+Mrr she ,
[ rwavwrr, rurrHe rmHe l Ii." Kncdl fP
... ..."' ,., Ihr f'.i 'I I
"! Tall verlral wind, k>'" tare "b rgra, (Ulgbm' read. a re. > I. ol.it| a >.rr r rrl.* might thaw thai irri. .
a ";
,partially glad with pa' pert sa Ik. rlli4. whims lit. run .It ,In Ik* .btMiv awl ,
Tara the fmirth floor
MI n a
(sued glau. NIl part..'' k* l It>.,4 kf lb. ftltttt 'n
tarp number nf (gaunt'. < a '.
with clear giant TV g!..- tIha44 .t.NN..NN.NN.NNN.N.Holy the time rl.* *.4 rtrenH rti.. '
.
with. hoe I inN.lad fh iuwrvixir| may 'ihrtn,,,see
le men rtMiifn M mA or m? t.
th* wall a4 r'crrrrt. ra'Y' sent U |Ike rcmfra M
111.1 M abed. sad .,.., from _lhr MrlliHi rya the
( ear
,
pen shave1s lUly '.... ** ...tw. fries burr ituriiAf station i''" l.lp I :
rawrsb hat ....,.-r..,. t I1- the ,.rlki. *f the |H.w Iaia silk ear aaaiar, ml

will gather .. Ta.M than F a h ll>l*>lMM Will
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Saints DayI ** i UM .r a a* well a. dwer
sled skis naaag l .! the t holed t in, 'sit ...... Each % Aanib system ., a

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nor .. k* .. rb***. U. AeeWldrq Jl.,wph r RiMey ree.mnew.. far th* newOrtoUr "ho.si, Flu". |"rf> MW| Dr. hind C Mar- .! ( h.<|aH. Tk .*..rMW. IfWfl Mil ) U harp ti a're'.,
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, October %9, 19M \ ( ,q .

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I Catholic Florida ReportsSt. z: TIE I feast will of be Christ celebrated the i I


r Sunday by Holy Name F lames J.

PetersburgCDA Orlando Daytona Beach who will receive Him in k ..itc.uliffeDiocruft

Kof CGeorge OUR LADY OF LOURDESA Eucharist at the diocesan

Tht Catholic Daughters of C. Ray Jr. honored Thanksgiving ball will be .
!: was Mass at 12:30 p m I
America Court St Ann 1645 at a Mass and breakfast sponsored by Our Lady of
held a reception for 11 new held on October 17 at the St. Lourdes Home and School Association Sacred Heart Church in t'rcsldent.iL'S. .

members on October 17 at St. Andrew parish hall. It* was on November 13. Tampa. The hour I

Joseph parish cafetorium. presented a plaque by the Music will be furnished by location were selected to

Member will celebrate the Monsignor Bishop General Assembly Joe Pace. Tickets are two dollars it convenient for every. profitably ever and aver

12th anniversary of the establishment I Fourth Degree per person. The dance in the Central, South Vest ..
of Court St. Ann Knights of Columbus, in recognition will be held at the Americana West Coast deaneries to
on October 31. Mass will be of his distinguished Beach Lodge, Daytona Beach. Ills Kingship for Sam had special slgmfl

offered> at St. Joseph at 9:30: service to the K of C, Proceeds will b* used to help Will you be counted cane, I thought, for us Holy

a.m. and at 11 a m., a break. Council 2113 is holding a defray cost of the school library This will be for us a most Name men such as the following .
fait will be held at the princess Halloween and the athletic field. climax to a momentous from his address to the
costume dance on La'ai l ... .
:Martha HotelTallahassee Ir which began with the United Nations:
October 30 from 9 p.m. to 1 Seminole
a.m. at the council hall in Or. BLESSED Women meet in Southwest first visit of a Pope "Men cannot be brothers if
lando. Music will be supplied SACRAMENTPlans the United States. The uni they are not humble. It is

The Oratorlan Fathers of by the Diplomats Donation is being made and for progress the school are Monelgnor John J Mulling, left was signor Charles L. Interest and courtesies pride, no matter how legitimate -

Rock Hill. South Carolina, $2.50 per couple. For reserva bazaar to be held December guest speaker at the meeting last the speaker's table "," Pope Paul were a it may seem to be,
recently conferred full mem tions, call Herb Mader at t from 1 Southwest L. to His Holiness and to which provokes tension and
to S p m In the week In Englewood of the Lacher right
of ecumenism.
4239903! progress struggles for prestige for
bership upon Brother Joseph school. 11 I a II d m ads gifts. Coast Deanery Council of Catholic and Mr*. Max Bender, predominance
Wilkerson CO. of Tallahassee Christmas decorations, poin- Women. He to the president The messages .f the Holy -
Since the Oratorians do New Smyrna Beach settla plants, bake sal and was presented dean Mon- are amfletlag with Then later on, Pope Paul
not take vows, full membership whit elephant booths will be gathering by the Southwest and will be read added:
SACRED HEART
Is considered equivalentto there, along with a parcel "The hour has struck for
final religious profession. The Altar Society of Sacred post booth where you can buya our 'conversion,' for personal

Brother Joseph was born in Heart parish invites everyoneto gift from any state you Laity to learn High transformation, for interior

Havana, Florida, July 14, come to the Social Centeron wish, and games and rides forth renewal."In" .

1942 He Is the son of Rudolph October 31 from noon to I. children, cotton candy, (re..".... tm Mil .N) ally urged to practice the called to County Epiphany North a word, then, the edificeof
and of the barbecue
C and the late Aletha Doke pm. partake snow balls and candied tlclpatlon In High Mass in Mass by using the material new Charlotte; and St Rap modern civilization must
chicken dinner Donation
Wilkerson. applts Hot dogs, hamburger English. supplied to each affiliation.Mrs. the Englewood. be built upon spiritual principles
adults tl 1.25 children
Prior to his entrance into are ; and piping hot stew will be Mri. Max of Sara
stressedthe stantly] Bender which alone can not
Lacher also
the Oratorian community In under 12, 75 cents. The menu Mrs Harry Bailey of largo !
served with coffee or soda. Good Samaritan ple from president of the South- only support it, but even illuminate
1962, Brother Joseph receivedhis reads: half chicken, open pit a diocesan board member program
primary education at St. barbecued; string beans LorettoST. is the chairman of the music as one way of showing that true faith. Coast Deanery, conduct and animate it"

James School in Orlando and small roasted buttered potatoes JOSEPHA committee. She will mail instructions we really do care for one an In hlell the business chairmen session during From his homily at the

St Paul School, Jacksonville cabbage and carrot salad bazaar and barbecue to each affiliation. other Mullins deanery gave Man, the Holy Father spoke
lie Is a graduate of rolls and butter, dessert chicken dinner will b* held on She is working under the direction Monsignor Charles L. Els- and its outlining their pro directly te us
for the ,
Aquinas High School in Au. and coffee or tea, November 7 at 1 of Father James lander V,F., deanery spiritual He added coming year
beginning
gusts, Georgia.At Mrs. Ban Huelsman Is St., Gloekler of Pmellas park director and pastor of St. Martha the duty Mri. Edward Hanson, presi "Peac Is order. In relation
p.m on Joseph parish in Sarasota, children! ef>f St Raphael's Altar to God and in relation to ,
Lit.u men
the Oratory Brother Joseph chairman, ably assisted by grounds, Loretto. president of the diocesan parish presented
serves as sacristan and Mrs. Joseph Sweeney and a r II i c al l Commission, Mrs. Monsignor Mullmi, The day welcome the guests it Is wisdom, it U civilization.
is active in the Confraternityof staff of capable workers. Alsoif GulfportHOLYNAME Lacher added.In who gave a brief explanationof a m. Mass .. Elmer Taetz was chair- Whoever loves peace. loves
In the Constitution's first two diction of ," tf arrangements assisted mankind, without distinction
Christian Doctrine apostolate you wish the ladles will\ be ordrr to participate
teaching catechism at glad to make up dinners for Holy Name Women's Clubin the English High Mass, it will chapters, namely, The Mys Sacrament Mrs John Robinson. cf race or of color.
be for the womento tery of the Church, and On ther \ Among the clergy attending "You must the
several Oratorlan missions. you to carry out. Gulfport will hold a dessert necessary serve cause
card party on Saturday, November learn the text approved for the People of God. Raphael Deanery meeting with of peace. Serve it, and not
the Diocese. Lay participation Referring to the first chapter Father Elslander, Monsi use this noble standard as a
6, at 1 pm. In the social
hall at 8821 15th Avenue it was emphasized, will Monsignor Mullins described was in Hulllns and Father Balfe cover for cowardice or selfishness -
I ST. PETERSBURGHoly South In Gulfport. Mrs. W. dep'ndlpon the pastors' di the origin! of the ments. : Monsignor George!: Cum which refuses to make
Church of the Epiph
Church the plan for salvation The
rectives. ; sacrifices for the
Eschenbach, chairman, has common
night now Mrs. Lachersaid preaching the Good ance : Venice; Father Joseph .
planned l delicious refresh good: not debilitate and pervert
ments, delightful prizes. Donation It Is the aim of the News, that is, the coming of Anne, ; Moran. Our Lady Queen of the spirit, by evading the
DCCW music committee to the Kingdom of God; and how Palmetto; Sarasota: Father
Name Church Is one dollar The public call of duty and seeking one'lG'An
ALPINEThe Is invited to attend. promote that unity necessary the Church governed by the sots; St. ; (Hardy, St. Anne interests and pleasure"
be of Peter and the St ; Father John Lima
JACKSON'SSHOES Mass at 8 a m on Sunday for every lay person to successor On Sunday October 10, both
M Church of the Incarna
,
.H Hom. able to at High Bishops in communion with Island;
rev Nurtinj participate
November 7, will be offeredfor the Sl Augustine and Central
for the fintit; in Hurting Mass during the forthcoming Him Martyrs, ; Sarasota; Father Cornel
the deceased members of deaneries
Heme Care Eucharistic Congress!: of the In the second chapter, he ael, Siesta ; A Dougherty, St. Joseph, "t"ld.r1 inspiring
the Holy Name Women'sClub and informative rallies
DON BARDELLA I47-4S73 Diocese. Members are especi- explained that all men are Sarasota; ; ; and Father E,

3454 2lit Ave South Our conventions, ear rallies,
Menage, InvernessOUR The deanery has accepted cur Holy Name Sunday
processions
Ml\ Central t Avt. 141-1355\ LADY OF Calendar of coming events invitation to meet in the aid corporate Commuiioni -
FATIMA
HEARING AIDS of 1966 with St Anll,',
Father Edward R. Mar. are truly great
?.? *49"fhl. tineau, 0 S,B., for the past Holy N mt Convention October Father Richard M. Plunkett Our Lady Society of Ruskin. eventi. They are our public

ROOFMEJJUII r.np.. W.Hk II. >..r six years pastor at Brooks. 29, 30, 31, Florida Motor OS.A. parish, prefers cur adoration ef
.." 5,.4.." ,...""*' ville's St. Anthony Mission Hotel, Tampa. < Forty Hours Devotions, St. vember 7 deanery God.

(UANEO. ItS WORTH was appointed list month as Halloween carnival, October John parish, St. Petersburg Masses at Klrbl'I:
Dal .,.... ..... rh.esdess They are our answer to the!
pastor of Our Lady of FatimaIn 30, 11:30: a m., St Cecelia Reach, Sunday October Si, evening : speaker draft card burners to the
Inverness. School grounds, Clearwater opening after the 11'30 a m. pm.; ;
smut to the
peddlers
Edouard Beverly Hills Catholic Mis. Dessert card party, October Mass, evening devotions at ther fall meeting ; mont
C. to the
CraigContractor mongers
lion, Lecanto, welcomed their 30, 1 to 4.30 p.m. Holy 7.30 p m; November I, Masses !(' !(' GI.SF1MLIEKM: power purlu.n.

?.. 14 HOUHl A DAT .. and Dlitributer new pastor with an outstanding Family School, St. Petersburg at 1:30: and a IS, evening en, First Assistant State They 11in.plratlOft
Orm Jtcte iMflnf C*. for smorsgabord dinner on circle four of Women'lGUild devotions at T,M p m : November Mary, rne", Duval County, will and courage and to the the weak, theopprtS.ed Inspirit

Yil oll Mtttl, Cor.mini Sunday, October 17, The sponsor I, Masses at 6 M and Rarest, tht principal speaker at a They are the offering poor of
Mouie Tiles numbers of the Women's Halloween dance, October 8 15 with closing following the and 14, at 1 p m. on Novem ourselves to God freely and
9l7-49 St. So 347-4101 Club of the Beverly Hills Mission :.10. St. Joseph School hall, last Mass parish I for the fall meeting ulI.tlll.hly.'tt they therein
sponsored the event. Tampa, 10 p m. to 2 a m; Club
of the St Augustine become the
)Deanery meeting, St. Amfuiline most rewardingacts
4 The Name Men of Our Parent-Teachers Club, sponsor
Holy
% deanery of( 11CLw. Dance, .., Council! of Catholic of our lives In the spiritual
Lady of Fatima already are So\ember 1, f M. Patrlrk parIsh parilla benefits received.
Halloween costume dance
well Into the planning for a convention
1111 all,M Men, we need all the help!
Caln."Ulell'fasa
nil win bf "Obscene
NEW CAR LOANS fish fry at Good Counsel October 30, 8 to 11 30 pm., Patrick tuple
a.m. beginning the days| for we can get if we are to serve
SIN .k., l law Mill H Camp on Sunday November social hall of Most Holy Redeemer Mifuliri aid
lilt ....1 tut sits 14. The Women' Club of Our parish, Jacksonville; reservations, write U St. Patrick her 13. ..." Christ our King and these
\\ Club P.O. Rot Holy Name Society exercises
men's ,
/ Lady of Fatima have a bake CYO, sponsor, Lodge,
The National Bank October 1033), Gainesville, Be later Miss IdeUe Murphy, dean are where well gel the hnwt !
Halloween carnival
sale planned for the near of
Lady
UN TrriM ll"><. Ml-tlll St. Petersburg future. 31, San Jose parish, Jack. thai October SI. School president, reminds !those seed Lets all go to tr>.s
Stsl.sl.q to attend to make
4445 9th Shut, North Confraternity of Christian sonville. 3.30 to 8,:30() p m, all Rummage sale November Spaghetti reservations by October convention To paraphrase, at least the for Mail-Sunday

Doctrine Society which Is parish groups, sponsors 3 and 4, 112 North Garden Vlanney to P O. Box 1033. Gaines son Avenue commirual-

headed by Frank Cuyler. Barbecue chicken dinner Avenue, Clearwater, Mothers' noon until .. Total cost Is |2 71 You 11 be glad did.
Is very active this year. Over October 31, noon to 6 p m., Club of St Cecelit School, ber 14, St ( you
Fowler & Payor, Inc. 65 students gather on Sunday social center of Sacred Heart sponsor cl.,
parish New Smyrna Beach
for classes. SARASOTA.BRADENTONSAIASOTA'S
mornings There Card party, November I, 1p Festival
General Insurance Is a team of sis teachers and Altar Society sponsor .m Holy Name social! hall 10, St.
"
four Forty Hours Devotions, Our
backup teachers Adult Dance
I 111 Ninth Street, North Iti-IUI I St. PtUnbur" classes are hellS on Wednesday lady of the Angels parish Gulf port, Women's Guild Hills ,

tvenings. Jacksonville, beglnnnlg Sun sponsor to 1
p m. a mqt (gystrr
Bazaar and barbecue chicken liar
J, L.t B.fl.rJ The Miraculous Medal Novena day, October 31, Ham., evening citty ef
dinner November T, beginning
President started last week" with a devotions on that day at parish,
tine attendance 7,30 p m.1| on Monday No. at 1 p m., St. Joseph Bazaar, ORIGINAL RAW |ARel

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VATICAN CITS( (') Increased' of a'M4wres.'
use English Maryknoll Missal. There will
in the NEW: YORK (NC) The moral apathy of the
liturgy. BO that virtually all of the be no change in the
parts Mass re' provision. '
Ihlf l American public Is largely responsible for proliferation of
cited aloud
or sung are in the vernacular has been de al translations of other parts 5'ess5 'r .i .
cided pornography and its hazards to youth, John W. McDcvitt
on by the. Bishops of the United States and coniirmea already in use except that
oy the Holy See. the dismissal "Go the Massis supreme knight of the Knights- of Columbus said here.

Father Frederick R Me speaking countries. for months ended" will be replacedby Popular unconcern ii one the American public has ever
Manus executive' were made by the postconciitar "The Mass Is ended Go of two principal sources of
secretary of shown
when given the full I
for the
smut
the United: States liturgy commission in in peace. protection publishers "
Bishops'Commission facts
on a problem he said.
and
for the Liturgical behalf of the Pope. Besides this greater use of peddlers and the

Apostolate, aid that the Holy They came in answer to decisions the vernacular at Mass the other is the legalistic decisions "One of the great concern
of (courts he told the of the American people long
See's Commission for Imple taken this past summer new edition of the Roman
fourth national has been the rearing
convention of proper
mentation of the Constitution by American Bishops' Ritual in English translatedby
the Citizen for Decent and education of our youth.
who balloted Literature
en the Liturgy approved the by mail and Father Philip Weller of
Each year the American pub.tic
American request in a docu reached almost unanimous Loyola University, Chicago, spends billions of dollarsto

ment dated October 15. agreement The decrees\ were was officially approved. This Despite the present apathy, provide the schools, teach.

It provides for the ue of sent to Rome September 3 by is for supplementary use incase Mr. 1r0e,Itt said he Is confldent and technical
English the l-Yam-'s; Cardinal Spellman of of sacramental rites not ers equipment
in Collect. Prater the public can be persuaded to give our children the opportunity
over the Offerings, Preface, New York the senior American contained In the official U.S. to art against poraoirsphy. for the best education

the prayer for peace and deliverance Cardinal ritual the "Collectio Rituum," available.
from evil which con- Publishers of altar missals! published last year Also approved ever
for the I SWill "My optimism Is based "Other blllioni are spent
eludes the Lord's Prayer, and begin typesetting were translations of -win on
the Postcommumon. All the at once for the official instructions to be given by the -- the tremendous reservoir of for vitamins, children's form

dialogue prayers the salutations F.nillsh.L.atin missal supplement Bishop at the beginning of or Gift received for St. Cecelia library good will and good sense thatDeacons' ulas. pediatric devices, playgrounds .
and
and responses between for use by the celebrantat dination services. recreational faclllties
Mass will take at least four developments to give our youngster
Priest Commenting on these
and
people months Monsignor Thomas A Colreavy, Daniel Mirebella head librarian; Mrs training the opportunity for vibrantly

are also to be in Engiinh Archbishop John. pastor of St. Cecelia Church in Clearwater Ralph BlaisewiU asnistant librarian: healthy bodies.
The first formal voted F. Dearden of Detroit, chairman
step Only when the publicationdale Commissionfor endorses a check which he received '. and Mrs John Farina, president of the program extended "The American people do
almost unanimously by the I'S I I. determined will the of Bishops'(
as a gift for the II<'hoollibrary. school Mothers Club. not leave aspirins lying
the Liturgical Apostolate,
conference of DETROIT: NT A
Bwhops in conference Clr f Bishops set' an ( ) summer -
around for children to chewon.
With him. from, hia left are Mrs
April 19S4 became effectivelast effective date, permitting the said all translations approve/ training program that They have been educated

November It permitted wider nv of English: In the ed are provisional. sent deacons Into parishes for through years of warning by

English for the biblical readIngs liturgy throughout the I'nlted The policy thus far hat ,been pastoral work will be continued every package of drugs:

and for the prayers of the Mates, Father MeManus t. choose the best availableKngllsh throughout: the year 'Keep out of the reach of chU-
Maw recited by J people, as said. : translations tram Pope says sanctity of Church is Father Edward J, Hogan, dren' I think the Americas
well as for the sacraments, rector of St. John Provincial
In nl
those already tf'lIl'e. people can b* squally edo.sited
sacra mentals, and funeralservices. For new Mass prayers the Seminary In nearby Plymouthsaid
The Mng project of about the toxin of sslaclousness. .
-range
text approved by the American the deacons leave the
Is translation has been turned real despite sins of its members Then nationwide efforts
Bishops adapted from
seminary on Saturday morn.
The second step when It "The Missal a>er ta the International committee will bo made to keep
Daily of t h e ing and return Monday eve
goes': InU effect, will mess Mystical Body," known as the ea English In liturgy! VATICAN CITV (NC) The moral shortcomings oral, the Pop| referred to St. sing this moral menace away from

that the United Males has headed by Archbishop Gordon of its members cannot alter the fact that the Church Thomas Aquinai' contentionand The 91 deacons participating youth," ire said.

complete use of vernacular Danes aid Hong Kong Gray af Kdlnburgh.: ': itself ia a holy Institution, Pope r.ul1 told his weekly said that "it Is essentiallythe represent all five Michigan Mr. McDevitt said that

language in liturgy. In the ev with food same thing at religion, except youth (counselors psychologists
audience.
poor gift As soon as the date for publication general dioceses and all art expected
lent permitted by the Pope at MONO of the official missal 'The that religion refers to the to be ordained to the : and social scientists are
KO\G (t\O: A fact of the moral weakness of many mm of
finding "a significant relationship ,
the present time, Father Mo worship of Gixt whereas -
gift of 29,044 four supplement ran tie set general and Priesthood next June.
Mann said. pound cans the Church ia a terrible disconcerting reality, he In between salacious literature
sanctity, a general sense,
of pork from Denmark's Inc permission will lit given laid October. 20. "We must. not forget it. Cut it does not consists of ordering During the extended programs and Increasing crimes of
ter-rhurch to publlxhers to use a I 11 I every
The new concession for aid committee was alter the other .. rape and sexual degeneracy,"
reality, virtuous act toward God Himself ': they hate been .Ian.
translations In the Church which Is knownto
the t'nited turned to Catholic Relief approved
State which over
"Those who
which exists in the designof ed te parishes other than argue to t h e
have been in effect in Australia Services National Catholic books, booklets and leaflets ui full of Imperfection
Ihoie In which they served contrary run Into the face of
Rod and la In already
and some other English. Welfare Conference by A, In order to protect the public part and distortion Is not the "We can therefore regardIt during the common sense," he said.
J. Fredenkaen Danish consul and publishers against too frequent attained by the elect historical and t u r e 11 r I a I as the highest moral and summer

general In Hong Kong changes, the release of the reality of the atu- Church composed of weak fallacious spiritual perfection! of man Surveyed at the end of "A universally accepted effort

JACKSONVILLEFAMILY Distribution of the :SO tons some texts was withheld until pendoua sanctity of t h t men and sinners* under the Influence of relig their summer assignments, Is made to provide a a r

of pork to 26 of the free.- meal additional vernacular concessions Church. "Indeed, is it not the striking lon" Pope Paul continued,! the deacons said they profited youth with reading material

-.. kitchens hospitals, chows were rf'ada'Ord.. 'Instead of causing scandal contract between sanctity "This means that sanctity mo t from preaching, giving that Is good solidly Informative

d a v nurseries. orphanages, Pig to Father McManui and Indignation, it should result which the Church preaches find Its fulness and Its source Instructions to converts exemplifying a good and

,, PROTECrCa and homes for the aged conS It Is not known how long In an even greater lave and which it should have, and In God and from God who Is and living In the rectory with virtuous life, Illustrating high

dueled by Catholic missionary the present translations will !the love one feels for people its actual condition, which I holy In essence and who Is the pastor and his assistants, Ideals and pmldlng mntlts-
Cafe WlcoMt (
I I 'Mt: J.cl n .rho groups In Iliwg Kong resulted' remain in effect/ This depends dear to hem when they are gives rid* to Irony antipathyand the primary source of all Areas hers.they felt least thin for personal Integrity,

A"1e_im_IK,,,,kttvMc* C ""MTAr _I (tram an apical made to Mon upon the next stages of t h e sick" scandal toward t h e sanctity effective( were working with proper hnmaa relations acid
MKrmr Knud Ilalltn directorof revision of the Roman liturgy Church' "The Church I Is therefore parish societies, most of whichdo community responsibility,
.
h .
Church II
The ly. Pope
_""""" nU", the ('.Iholl(' charities. or now being prepared) by holy Inasmuch as It refers to not meet during the summer "Does the
Paul told those of the audience "tes Indeed, Pope Paul American public
f.t.. Sanitation in Copenhagen Bishops and specialists.. from nod the and with marriage
through
Intermediaryof
: ., TDins because It is a "divine said "the mm who r inp"e think that this tremendousand
all parts of the world he said and by of virtue of cases Courses In canon law
--- Institution, a teacher of divine the (hurrh are mad .( Christ costly effort Is mistaken
The gradual developmentIn Adam's be tinarrs who conceived and founded It dealing with marriage ara Wasted Futile !
truths, Instrument of flay they rae Absolutely
an
'TATTIs' SAY IT WITHFlowers the use of Knglihh al Mass divine powers and, a society and ultra are The, .1 holy, who made, It and Is not part of the seminary'scurriculum not)
r
I represents a second step' tak still making It holy by the Infusion until the fourth "Yet' It Is absolute
composed of members B alh. Church :is duly in Hi itriir- an waste
eeasa en by the American Bishop. crest together by virtue of divine tares and ran be sinful 'In the of the J Duly Spirit year. according to the logic or
At !their meeting in flame in All, however agreed that
through the sacraments and
principles" damn brings who compoteN. lack of logic of those who
f AIUJ Florist* Of N E. FU.MCOOWUTS November l'.W' Jut before II .Is holy 'In ,earth (of hulleis. the entire economy of grace, they now have a more mature defend pornographic litera
Issuance of the rouncll'a Con- he "I.1 h I and who renders It holy for understanding of 'h a
But. ailed S It Is holy and at I h e ture. They maintain that let.
stitrtion on the Liturgy the completely holy and luminous sam lime prnl'enl. It Is holy the safeguarding and diffusion Priesthood and the qualities ting the minds of the y a u n g
FaNOI Bishops agreed upon !the most Meal of His word for the distribution of a good pastorSubscribe,
march aa or a reality I. Itself and Infirm I. 11 i wallow In filth and debauchery
extensive possible' UM of Fug: members. of charlims, for the has absolutely no effecton ,
ThunderbirdExcellent lash in the Church'i public 'It Is a dream. Utopia, or ..,rrl.. of His power, far w./w.1..1..aaa..l+as them The rampant rise In

w or..hi p. does it really exist, II not Speaking of ..m'tlt1In gen- the capacity of generatingand crime among the young seem

''I led Passports retrieved forming living souls In now to prove them wrong" the

: communion with God" nnn" 1""""" '" 1 .. K of C leader said.
r to help seminarians

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Th. Life of Our lord God'i world



c CommentNew Gospel study will bring us 7/ say to you, love your enemies


closer to Christ's life is a blessed thing- to have ConttqiCBtly God fet,
role of tt
approach to laity IT an enemy, because an every right expect us t,
arc on the thresholdof forgive.
WE Our Lord's Public enemy opens up to ui a sure '

FREQUENTLY in the part heavy principal role in the overall fulfillmentof Life From now on He It in path to heaven If we have an Father Jesus emphasized this In

!laid on the laity'i this duty." the center of the stage, the s 4 enemy, we have someone! Leo J. His parable of the king .'ho

role of assisting the clergy to the work The unique role of the laity there things Ht does and the whom we can forgive. And'If i forgave his steward a debt of

fore is "to seek the kingdom of God things He says are the whole Frank J. you forgive men their of- True ten thousand talents (several]
and salvation of souls.
of education dollars) then
million
by engaging in temporal affairs and story. By the Jewish count, lenses" Jesus promises discov.
The layman was cautioned lent he be by ordering them according to the plan this period of His ministry Sb.l'dlaid 'jour heavenly Father will, eyed that this same steward

contaminated by the world In which he of God." Not only has the layman a lasted three years; by a also forelYOI1 your or.fenstS. debt refused owed to to forgive himself.a trifling
Jesus
count of months .
was forced to earn his living. As an share in the noble mission of consecrating it was just ended the parable with
over two most of the first i
adjunct to his work be was expectedto the world to God but according to par, all the second, up to The reason why a forgiving asking of me more than lie stern. warning cf punishmentif
the Constitution on the Church, "the spirit It ai almost certain do'* you do not each forgiv
be a lay apostle which meant Easter of the third. I think Himself is willing to
other his fellow laity have the principal role in the most of us would do badly Inan He would: Himself not, guarantee of heaves Is be- No, because it is God Himself sour brothers from jour
tracing things, Inviting overall fulfillment of thia duty. We examination about it. except In the Passion and Cause such clemency Is the who, by His assisting nearts."

workers to the annual parish mission know of no reading material more essential In so far as this Is true, the Death, humanly reacting at supreme test and proof of grace enables me to be sorry We must beery sure too,

tnnsporting public school children" to informative or inspiring than reason may partly be that all. our love for God for my sins. In this sense that our forgiveness is gen.

weekly religion classes and of course the Constitution on the Church. Chapter the rosary, the prayer Catholics One thing wt must never It simply is not natural for God has forgiven me even before uine and complete. We can.
pray so often, goes lorget. lie knew the death lie us to forgive injuries. In common I make an act of con not compromise in this mat.
hours four on the laity should be read
working long on ever-recurring straight from the Finding In was to die and lie lived His with the lower animals. trition. ter. We sometimes hear such

church socials dinners and bazaars. and re-read by every lay Catholic. the Temple to the Agony in lift In the knowledge. It wasa we have an instinctive impulse And in demanding that I phrases as. "I forgive but I'll

In recent years, however there has During recent visit to the Washington the Garden, leaping over the certainty of agony to come to strike back at anyone forgive my unrepentant ene never forget" or, "I forgive

much mature and D.C. headquarters of the Na whole of the Public Lift. (If that no man would be likely '' who attacks us or mica God is not asking the him but I can't ever bring
merged a more tional Council of Catholic Men( we vou had to Insert five mysteries 'ij forget lie never forgot It. threatens us It takes a great impossible. Here again lie myself to speak to him

meaningful philosophy of the lay.man's were introduced to an important new dealing I with this So far we have seen threeof effort of the will rand the assistance proffers His grace to help me again." Such statements re.

vocation in the world. In preparing study-program kit entitled "The Par period what episodes would the Baptist's disciples-Andrew of God's grace) to do what my unaided human veal that the speaker Is sill;!]

the layman for a proper under ish and the Constitution on the jou select and with the adjectives and John and Peter -1st above our animal nature nature could not do. hugging to himself some rent-

standing of his fundamental role, Joyful.I Sorrowful, becoming Christ's Instead. and to pardon an injury. rant of resentmentWe
Church.
thousands of
By now Holy those
and Glorious already taken For the couple of months that It Is when I forgive
Christian thinkers have
few con Name societies the This U especially true that I be- would not dream of rtceivlng -
throughout country burl
who hive me
tributed as much as the late Pope Pius what would you call your new ':'a\' between their leaving the when our enemy shows no remorse Uiod Holy I Communion
are using thia kit as the basis of a come most recognizable
XII. It was he who constantly stressed" quinteti.Whether i. Baptist and Herod's arresting for what he has doneto with an unrepented sin of
discussion and (; as one of His own
program thereby are Him. Our Lord's ministrywas
that the world is not something to be or not wt know us; perhaps even is seeking adultery or of major theft
condemned, but sanctified and con. laying the foundation for an active and the period of Our lord's ministry to be In Judea. Only to hurt us further. Almost Interiorly it Is sanctifyinggrace upon our soul. Yet it would b t

leerated entirely to God. In an informed laity while at the same time well, we should keep OB after the arrest would, lie return anyone Is willing to forgivewhen which makes us like just as great a sacrilege or
ensuring an interesting and stimulating reading what the Gospels to His own Galilee for the perpetrator of anInJlI.Y unto God by giving us a share even greater to receive the
astounding variety of scholarly and monthly meeting have to tell of U if wt wtntU (he long sear of Ills teachingand apologizes and tries to in His own divine life. But exUnorly. Body of Christ while] His acv

profound discourses he declared the It is the signal privilege of our generation come to our awn personal mlracle-working there. make amends for the harmhe the thing that makes CHI to our soul is blockedby

intrinsic goodness of the human body. to be part of the Church's Unprecedented Intimacy with our Redeemer. Rut before actually beginning has done. But we have to us most like unto God is our our ill will toward anothei! .

cf sports, marriage the professions, spiritual renewal. To be the two-months' work Is) go far beyond that. willingness to forgive. Admittedly forgiveness Is
science. and the fine arts. Intimacy of that sort cannot for In the whole history ofGod'
Juries, He went back a not easy Every instinct of
really successful, however, this renewal be handed to us, so to "I say le you, love your
Then on November 21, 1964, after must have a counterpart in the In.dh'ldual else, however few' dabs te Galilee.\ Vie may enemies," our lArd affirms. relationship with man our merely human nature
by
speak anyone outstanding attribute
wonder why, this is Cod's cries out against the thought
debate
and
months of scholarship, prayer
lives of each member of the
he be. whatever
gifted may "Do good to those who bate -His merciful forbearance
among the Fathers of the Second Church. The inspiring leadership of the measure of his The one thing wt are told )ou and pray for those who in the face of man's repeated Nevertheless It Is euly

Vatican Council, Pope Paul VI promulgated our Bishops must find a dynamic re- spiritual Insight. We have to that He did on this flying visit persecute and calumniate offensiveness through as enemy that w s

the epochal "Constitution on the ponse on the part of the laity. Insteadof make it for ourselves, with wan to attend a wedding at you so that you may be children God's clemency reached Its can offer the truly magnifL

Church." In this solemn and dogmatic wasting time in irrelevant rgu-- Our Lord as with any other ('.n., a small town a few of your Father In heaven climax when lie came into rent proof of our love for God

document, the Church for the first ments as to whether such traditional friend by constantly meetingHim. miles from Nazareth. It looksas . For if you love those the world in tht person of which Is Involved In an act
time in her history attempts to define experiencing Him. though lie bad simply that love you what reward Jesus Christ. lie came into a .1 f forgiveness.Each .
the Name Society
herself her origin and her mission in organizations as Holy meditating on the experience.Two gone back for the II edd.n,. shall you have? Do not even world of enemies, of Individuals -
are or are not outmoded, let each men may be equally The man or girl to be married the publicans do that*" and of nations who had hurt that we suffer!

the world.In member delve into the mainstream of close In friendship with a might han been one of Someone objett "But rejected Him. Yet lit" died and pardon gives us another

chapter four of the Constitutionthere things and thereby fulfill his vocation, third let each will have his those cousins of His, who had God forgives may me only If I am for this same world, and one hen upon heaven.

is outlined in no unmistakable which, in the words of the Constitution own picture of him. No one joined up as one family with and ask for forgive of His last utterances upon We may say it with a wry

manner the true role of the layman In is to make the Church "presentand can respond to every elementIn Mary and her San after Jo( ness.sorry Yet lit expects( me to the arson: was a prayer of fw- fact bat wt truthfully CIII
another's personality : one seph's death perhaps. If the bad "Thank God for m)
the world : operative where only through forgive others even when gin cross for Ueho say
will\ be moved by. fascinated whole of the
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man point journeywas eMieil"OU''i !
"The faithful must learn the them it can become the salt of the they art not sorry. Is Ht not Halted Him there
elements In the Helust
by, In fact the wedding.
deepest! meaning and the value of all earth" third man which leave the ) made It In time Cans

creation, as well aa its role in the harmonious The annual diocesan convention! of efter comparatively cold-he< was a three-day Journey from boaWhy

praise of God. They must assist the Holy Name Society is being held In his turn wilt make Ms own that part of Judea where the

each other to live holier lives even this weekend! In Tampa. Its theme responses nhich are not the Baptist II. And as St. John I IQ

In their daily occupation. In this way "The Lay Apostolate and Christian Re. first man's It U a vast gain tells us. >2, H "On the third not study history of Mass ?

the world may be permeated by the ncwal"-should command the attendance for any one of us to have day there was a marriage in

tpint! of Christ and it may more effectively and participation of a large bodyof made relation;for ourselves with Our this I-ord personal Can of Galilee" It tint, I war disturbed : revised it in 1941 1. and Paul!

fulfill its purpose in Justice, representatives from every parish Somewhere between leaving by the dialogue because I wit VI this year and last.

charity and peace. The laity have the in the Diocese, Since all we know of Ills Judea and arriving at (the 10 entrenched Is the habit of Our present reforms art not

life Is Is the Gospels. we mutt wedding, the small grors. following the Mass I. my owl p'.J Mitntlgnor M sudden or radical as they

read them with the rhteil attention. Jesus and His three sew disciples tnliial. Rut since the ...wlacI" i": J. Is.I may seem The way w a i

Jesuit General AI every episode, collected two more, was obviously here U prepared for many of them

I remember that these are real I'hillp and :'\.(.lbua.l.To stay', I derided I bad better (oiwaybest bv Dom GCJ r.nler. the foua.

people", not figures II a par lean to benefit from tt rather C der of Solemnes monastery
Comments Society's mandateA tible, not figures from at al Philip a man of Peter thai ronilder II a detraction. over a century ago. Pope Lw
on and Andrew's town Beth-
tar piece I dill out my old college texts XIII made a contribution but
saida. at the north of the Set
and reviewed. the St. Plus X induced IIdlu.1
document prepared by Since the glory of God, a< Indifference to religion run We have seen ao many of Galilee Our lArd said as Is religion when she laid. ".'11 my Active participationof
IIII.I. .
of the
the General Congregation the end of all creation, and through the whole of cultural statues of Our lord, haloed lie was later to say to Lest) history life I attended Mass :Now at the laity was tmpnaMiedhv
of the Society of Jesus the good of man require that and social life and expressionless on so t h. tu.- tlf'ctor. 'Tallow .. and beheld The Man I last I participate." Her joyIs Pore Pius XII And hturgi

states that all persons brought: man should recognize revereand many altars that wt unUIU'y me Of the Inning of Philip, considered M unchangeable real at 'being able tt say tal scholars have been fivir
J'aul1., the
up In an exclusively Christian serve' God the danger of Pope on oocakion think of Him as simply no mort Is said. He seems to kai undergone many changes aloud the lime words spokesby recent chances careful" stud
atmosphere should be given atheism to which so many of the 31st general congregation moving like a luminous auto have come Instantly Indeed. The last Goipel which the Priest at Ibe altar for half
some contact with the militant men today art exposed should :
atheum of the modern world stimulate Jesuits to a more Jesus and! in virtue of the Redemption: doing thus and Philip In his turn spoke of part .f lilt Mass only of oar lives. If we. ell acceptIt Q. I recently read an Iffitrnetion -
It further states that Jesuit authentic witness to the spiritual ,(><
students should study atheistic life and to greater eager asked that we should deal requires It. or became the sition. He had to bt coo. the latter part .1 the Utk ceo why cannot we accept It In which permit Catholics who
theories and mentality so nest In apostolic work The with atheism, "through\: the Old Testament prophecies vinced.Watrtinqton t.". I wonder U the conservatives Ihe Man, which. history shows rhome, cremation to receive

they will be able to combat denial of God is not an Individual I. combined" efforts of all members. of that day considered U has always 'been "flexible' Inform the Hucramenti and be given
11 h 111 I m In contemporary matter ai It was in past In this matter therefore UtterDemonstrators a detracting Innovation! So to better sent the steeds a (hurth burial.

terms The document is considered centuries, but now it has each one should vigorously I. discarding the Last GopelIn .f the greatest Lumber ol the ,U Mass wt pray the" Creed
to be a response to the reached many men and indeed though!: humbly strive by our time, tie Cburfb It faithful and say, "I await the tens?.

plea of Pope Paul \1 that the social groups or even prayer and action to obey, so hurt U.S. laying uldt something only Tt those who feel reetlon .1 the dead and the.
that the better betrayedby
society dedicate itself to a hole peoples. they may 400 years old! life of the" world te tome.
the new f.rm ol.1lau:
"the Lord alone and His ,
world-widt battle against I sense .Mi. and these objections t."tK"tU"1 How tan wf believe In the
In eertaln tntlons atheismIs bride the Church under the .may I nay "study the history
atheism.A aims for peace in Viet NamD and Psalms 11 reinsertion' of a cremated'
of the Mast. It bat ebanged
Roman Ponh"1 I of
r a r
svileinntlctlly propagatedbr the the Star *
partial text of the dotu objectors study body
anent follows : the government, to the Christ on earth." E: M O N !S T R AT10NS picture of a young mil burning of ancient limes wben. the "before and will\ rhance again.ecept .
detriment of man's right to draft tard The .\ h and lose .It for the A Which It harder to believe
On the knowledge[ e.f athel against: the draft law a picture Priest approached the altar "
On the difluolnn of alhe- the free Inveillcatlon: Ihe l bin and its motivations. and against United States appeared in the newspaper' to the tinging of entrance-; reward It real. .m the rtewTtctsM of a

l loin and the task auign- truth and the practice of religion. participation In the VietNam I \han Dan and the North "'Introltn" So the "new" pro- \ To tree who are scnexiiH cremated body or In the revrmtMD '

ed by the I'.,.. The denial of God and Jesuits. whatever their particular conflict may actually he \let Nam newt agency<< taw rental of today are only a interested a a dp but of a body which pins

ministry, should give prolonging<< the fighting in that word of it got around return to the pait.So fa*'mating studs of the hi*. returned to dust and tether

M. J. Murray greater attention to atheists \'IetIm.: In the opinion of This North Vietnamese paper after a 'M of review and torY ot the M.... I recommend oceanic bodies bv
They should have a fuller top officials here applauded this action by aa study' I convinced myself that a work to which I owe normal peoc'eases of decaj
knowledge of atheism and in resident( Lvrnlon' R John American and (linked it te tbt tile Mann bat always' changed much myself TV Maaa of St here' are tbe bodies of \fuse

Strange but difference. They should study non while in Bethesda naval CMorn-r 14 act of Lord Bet. II some respects, "'t remained tIM Roman fttt bv>> rather who died many: centuries ago'
true the different forms of atheIsm ho pitai. set the tone for of. trawl Russell the English. l i Immutable In och.,.. Time Jooph A JmsTmaw S J UIt Not a cell of them can be

I theoretical and practical licial condemnation cf t h\ e pacifist who opposes t S pot- bread and wine tint heroine not..... most of tt watwntlm Vetoed What of the thousand
Cepy, ,ht, It.S. NCWC Now Service; and get: to know them demonstrations. White Mnuxe ky in Niet Nam void who tort the Body and Bleed of Grist dHrwc the Second who. have died at sea and

They should also anal; re press secretary !>ill II l Movtrs up his Labo Party card whether wt say prayers to World ear. and time twit vol. were eaten b\ sharks ::1 1

lA1 F- a7diff if rwysus6xfM pdlt if fy. CANAbyleulfunsf the causes of atheism: heth- said the lrctideflt (eels 1 Months age, dispatchesfrom cartel. or are led by a nar um. M r....... translation tt110I\ rise" ill only theft

ANT ATTEMPT lurilas..w.t TO er It springs from the modern tlte'.. demonstrations "..rong. South Viet Nam to the rata was pvMtttiH tn Itfio It nruMiaaed modern deal who repose II

MOPtftN liQ1 i I'THANlLATt cxpRcmv IT FtItllONN FROM CLASSICAL aY lAW INTO l attitude that finds the fully portray to our advertar Catholic press warned thai Trie, prater cards and narrators by Beaunger Broth worm proof vaults be Metiti-
negation of God in the material its a picture that does not demonstrations of. various tae br detracting but 'fI.8 tww large volumes. ruble: to God on the last day')

and social condition of exist with the general public" sorts in this country staged to ores even one heroines familiar and w etpewOTt. .hint It should And hat wit; be- left of their
man. or from the "multiple protest U S. lurtiripttMMi In bodies la a ceatur.. .
with the! "new Ia.. be' rvejuirtd ,... for a.l: :
and implicit' sources found In this t't1l'U.tI.rlN' the Wt :Nam ruffle were perhaps they too shall pass Tr..liUeMliU." UNIt ekes!
In the atheist mentality ." or ) quK-klv picked up bv the proppagenda mav have
a' a" nume lee what the!
General; Me I hoi as KtUenbacb
,li hated on social injustices and newt media tn I lone tbe! Matt tnw tradition of
said kn.. now we are the Ma'< isThere
which enpeciallv In underlie ever)one I :North \'If't1: n and turned privileged (. chart. todat I Ifoliord FotidJ(
was no
and has read recent complete
pulli by missal ,
1 SIt ,
\ .Iollt'd| countries disput against the
both. Gallup and Harris showing devoutly I. m, Miv ...... the 13th many to accept atheistic doe Increased' support for It the hope of lilt ad mini- sal bat there' were times wben it was lOt amiable: h CatholicCarhol
times
linked
of with programs wbnt we are. doing In South Oration sere that I'.rtllt' : I realtred wttk a start IbalI the lady! ntNU the end of the
social revolution.Pn
.
Met .\ant .. tbe part sf '!Ifmerit. \ '\Mname leader ran !be I was happily. rending t b troslcommunUn Wh rewrurr It..had been !tlOt

mme diflirultiet of .\ .. people" convinced they caumH win In while I b trelebraol bides .prior te that time, to "-- Case ..-asIn
faith I. dod and their their attempt It Use over wan still at the tranalMt the CMM into a Mswtutar -' .fI'.,. r.... ",II, .

remedies. Senator Mike Marnfield M 5 uh \ .H :'\1.... and that they Orate Fratres.uvoee. five tangaaop M you n. wsl'w we n.- F wow. .155.1
Montana, Senate ma} rttv ran be Induced It come te Ibe' guilty of snag ahead. oe Vet. Pme* Past V m.114'1t '- 5.151se
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Governor Five The Florida Catholic Friday October 29, JOGS
Burns welcomes Orlando Catholic hospital "- -

The week in liturgy

GOVERNOR: IUj'don Burns for the practice of the healing unit In what ti planned In the has been a community projectof here today emphatically disproves special thanks to Father Terence >

er at the dedication speak arts, the Mercy Medical Center future as a complete medical all the good citizens of the the theory of some of J. Family, pastor of
Medical Center In of Orlando Mercy Hospital. This $3.775.000 center. I can foresee the day fine County of Orange. the more fUll j.headed of the St. James Church and Arch Reign of Christ is now
general hospital with its 162beds when the Medical liberals .
last Saturday Mercy Cen The Citizens Committee that that Americans no bishop Hurley's representative
tilt of hit address Following is a and the very latest In the ter will be one of the great conducted the drive for community longer have the initiative and In the hospital campaign;;
: tools of the modern healing healing institutions of not only support was drawn resourcefulness to provide for Sister Theresa Francis of the in hearts of mankindBy

The Governor of Florida arts is a worthy addition to our state but also our nation. from the entire community. their own needs and must become community of nursing Sisters;
Is
the
failed upon to do many thingi excellent hospital facilities One ef the finest things Protestants and Jew worked l'8ptiof a massive and Dr Louis Murray, chief Father Paschal Boland OJ5.B.
now provided to
residents government bureaucracy that of the medical staff, ,,'oose"Horts
hand and hand with Catholics
But none ii more about the coming Into being
satisfying of Orlando
and Central Florida will for their need have been so vital in Sunday October 31
than .f this to raise the money needed care every ,
Is
as occasion such as this hospital that It once
by
when I am given the opportunity Sanitarium Orange Memorial and Holiday Florida again demonstrates the capacity to build this hospital. It from cradle to grave. the development of Mercy TEAS! of Jesus Christ, Our King (21at( Sunday after

to participate In the Hospital. of Americans to providefor was a need of the entire com I am Impressed by the beauty Hospital. Pentecost). (Maaa of tenet, Gloria, Creed, Preface of
dedication of a facility that thetmelvei those services munity and the entire com of the site on which this I wish It11 possible for Christ the King.)
The need for additional hospital munity responded I am informed me to recognize by name eachof
will be of such benefit to so and facilities! they need. And hospital stands
many people. faculties was urgent in It has shown once agate that that the citizens of the thousands of Orlando The ancient covenant between God and man ceased with
this area of mushrooming when the public welfare Is at Orlando dug Into their pockets Fortunately, I have had citizens who have played a the Old Testament A new accord, established by Christ,
There Is >e endeavor .f growth.On stake, Americans are sot for tit million to help little personal experience with part in creating Mercy Hospital and written on the pages of the New Testament, opened the
nan la behalf of his fellows behalf of the State of Catholics, Methodists Baptists make Mercy Medical Center hospitals Out I am convincedthat Time, of course, does way for the reign of Christ.
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that has greater merit la the Florida I thank and com- or Jens, but Americansall. Hospital an actuality And the eye appeal of a hospital not )permit. But I do want to This kingship of Christ was recognized by the three kings
ey fj at God, I am sure, than mend the Most Reverend just as the entire community Is Important therapy. mention a few: who traveled from the Fast, bearing royal gifts of gold, in
relieving the suffering of and Joseph P. Hurley, Archbishopof aided in financing construction Most certainly, the pain and Andrew Serros, who served cense, and myrrh, to greet Him shortly after Hit birth. Na
Betting the sick and the the Diocese of St Augustine True the Mercy Medical of the hospital, it will discomfort of illness is easierto at chairman of the Citizens longer was Almighty Cod to be worshipped In fear and trembling
maimed for his vision when in Center Hospital was Initiatedand serve the entire community !bear In an atmosphere of Committee that led the fund for His !beloved Son was to establish a reign of love. At
1960 he approved the estab-- c UI be operated as an without regard to the religious beauty And this location on drive Martin Andersen and an Infant Christ drew all hearts to Himself, as later lie would
Ve are gathered here today lishment of this hospital Institution of the Roman Catholic beliefs of those who need its the shores of Lake Lawns Is IU11 Conomos of the Sentinel- draw them when lifted up to die on the cross for love of us.
to dedicate to the sen'let of The hospital that we dedi- Church. But it has notbeen help.I one of Impressive beauty Star; Pete Hewitt and Keith Even the pagan Pilate when condemning Christ to death
mankind a great new facility cat today Is but the first a Catholic project; it think the fact that we are Orlando and Florida owe Abele of the Florida National bore witness to Christ as king and commanded this title be

"..., ., "fl L. .._ r _._ ..... -- -- Rank; William Capehart and publicly proclaimed. However, the kingdom that Christ lays
-"- William Dial of the First National claim to is not an earthly realm not a part of NATO, SEATO,

Bank; Brantley Bur- or any national or international alliance
cham, Tom Quinby, Jack "My kingdom Is not of this world" (Gospel), but He seeks
Dcmetree, Bradley Odham, Instead to ally the hearts and souls of all men of all nations
j Reggie: Moffat, Austin Caruso, to Ills Heart, and to the hearts of one another Christ desires
\ Mayor Robert Carr and Coun- to reign now.
ty Commissioners Don Evans
and Cliff Freeman Monday, November<< 1
All Saint. (linen of feaat, Gloria, Creed, Common
Orlando has every right' la Preface.) TillS IS A HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION.
be proud of this new lltupltal.
And I assure you all I'Inrldaia The liturgical calendar of the Church 'Ii unable to Includethe

proud of It, too. names of all the saints Many are recorded the martyr
ologies Still many more are known only In heaven
And ai Mercy IljspiUI The saints were once boys and girls, men and women, like
prepares for the admission of ourselves. They faced! the pleasant and the unpleasant realW.
r SJ its first patients on November ties of life. Baptism gave them at It did to us, the divine Impetus -
21 i. I pray that God hire all for their souls and died
1 saving becoming Mints Many
of who have
you contributedto for the Faith as martyrs Many more lived the Faith, pro
its completion. frtslng It faithfully and dally until the end of their lives

May we Imitate them now. and someday join them In
Fatima prepares for singing, RleiMng and glory and wisdom and thanksgiving
50th anniversary and honor and power( and might to our God forever and ever"
a (Ut Lesson).
k .'.\TI\I \, I'orlu'lifI(: | -
: ay A large auditorium a library Tuceiay November :SICcniniilimiKi :
: and several other buildingswill of the I'ail h ful' Departed. (Three

lx constructed at the Requiem Manure to be offered: one for the intention of

Marian shrine here in lime for the celebrant; llfi'onillor all faithful departed ; and third
the Vnh anniversary of the
f for Intention of .)
vt a\I7r apparitions of the Virgin MaryIn Pore

IW.) Yesterday we honored all the saint Today wa remember
Monsignor Antonio forges, those who have gone Mart us and are on their way to heaven
e.. rector of the shrine, said he Mama, prayers, and good works are needed to free there
,";' hoped that "ope| Paul M from t- confines of Purgatory and their' lad suffering Every
:; "would be able to attend the Priest may offer three Masses on this day One for all the

: ... anniversary ceremonies. He souls In Purgatory. another for the deceased that the Pope
F r: said he was not hopeful that wUhes prayed for, and the third for the deceased that the
: .f. Lurla dos Santos, the only I Priest wishes to offer Mass for
,. survivor of the three Children "0 Gowl, (he Creator and Redeemer of all the faithful,
as? : ,. who witnessed the apparitions, grant to the souls of your sons and daughter Hit remissionof
"Mould be preirnt Lucia Is a all their sins" (I'rayer of the Assembly)
Central Florida raises Mercy Hospital to serve area cloistered nun living In Colin-
bra Wednemlav.. November S
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Maaa of alit Sunday after I'enlfrost. (Common Preface

Coniulton named for ,)

communications media New Orleans' Archbishop lauds Christ taught 'that we should! love God with our whole
heart soul mind, and body and our felloamen as ourselves.He .
\\ATICIX I 1\' (NCI Illustrated this teaching by the parable of a king who for

Pep Paul \1 has named four Greek Orthodox at centennial gave the. debts that two different men owed him. One of
new consultors to the Pontifical these mm. had a fellow worker.. who owed him a small debt
and when he told him he was unable to pay It then. had him
Commiiawn for Cammuai.catwrs M.W; ORI.IA'YC( ) Greeks have shown t h f Urn would OM day see ji Jailedvhen the king heard ftl this hateful action he reailmlrd '

Media, among them world that the Christian faith U not only t'Oml..hblt| eventual unity "hich .M M tin his own clemency to him and had him Imprlaoned.

the information director of the with, culture, but that culture itself ", ,,'e-. the 1"11')11I'-' bands of CM This," said Christ ",Is how My heavenly father will deal
New York archdtoceaeHe of Christ Arthbiahop Philip U. llannan doctored" heir The drat few del>a otter with you unless you urgive your brother from your heart"

la Monalgnor Timothy J. lie made the statement In congratulating the ( ;'t'f'k .rrhbiahat Htnrun taaUM (Gott|)
Uon M OHei ar U w i IHhAnhblahop
I I n>., palter of the United Orthodox Church on the observance of a century in the of Mw Urtooniwere / Thursday, November 4St.

Patens parch of the ItoiyKanrily western hmtfepherr trthodot CJHHth October U (bury tawaI (liarlr. ItnrrtiiiMHi. ( Mann of a confranor-HUhop" ,

who age be jet l'd on The Greek Orthndoi Church Cal a historic reception t>\ I Iota UM 14 (hers. after x Gloria, 2nd Prayer of Sta Vltalia and Agrlcota, Common
the commission by Fatter Jo- Is a hwr Meaaiag of the n by Arcaatahop"' Hear an and can tariMlDr Krtai in.i.a*. t,* Preface,)
Mph Dunn director of the greatest culture that t h e members ot tie Catholic m4 a tow *f *ome a.t.. l II I
comoHMHraHMHi office of OMriah > warM ever had with Cartetiamtv clergy fi.r ArdtMh, laO\. Md by Hwnc. Betsy III f What the Council of Trent accomplished In the Uth century
Dishopa Conforeace aad ." ArcMtotop Haaaaasaid M. .head of the Greek Ortho- early, Sipe ......., for the Church Is credited' to this mastermind, able diplomat
two laymea Jean. Griamw. m peaking at the ceateiMial dot ArrMMctM of Nartlt aid. He viaitod the rural conmianitw and Indefatigable worker, and nephew of the reigning I'oia,
preaWent of the Paris pets J bMqtrt October: 11 South Amertra ., i HfM awl. Dfitma Plus IV ItII seek his Intercession for the successful eon

IhMm firm' Uaian d. la of the Greek OrtHedoi eaervanre. The impreeaitt" ff'' ffUmn. latoarf .....b .f N e vr At Orthodox observance Hurting of Vatican II, "Kver: keep your Church, 0 Lord, under
Bonne Preset. and A elBenrtoJaM. I held. at Ve4re Darn" attain Orliaas TV*** arxii weir the protection of St Charles" <
darectar of the The first Creek Orthodct eaateary, marked the first W pet rust dtatelisMel. hit It At .b-: !. )p Ph.ip; M, llannan, right, of New Friday, Nownbr SMAM
k4
hushed lib. the aanas
Prose lastrtwte of the Catha. (lurch I* he wetlera ..rid tame In the KWary ef N e w Otlrara anj Catholic of Zht Sunday after I'mtrtont (Common Pref
lie I'alverwtr' of Navarre la was establldird .hi see OrIraaa (Ir..... that ether" of three. a or rasher fades IkMrrhbtahop aaeesds clergy gave a reception rev
)
f I'amplona Spa I". and pros two faiths .- CatholM or .... crntly at Notrt Dam major seminary for Archbwluip are
dent at the In' rnatmna! Cathftltc a tenliry af* Creek onhodov -- had in en ,\ If a e a n. a laknvoe. left ha of the Greek Orthodox St Paul enumerate' In ancient military ph,.... thaweafXNM

Federation ol sltooh 01( Tlr f Mf r.rnt ul the four a mrpti' M bateau ef a rellgtous warM War U pragr'oopxiOs of attack and defeaea a gain at the' devil/ and hi* evil
ArchdhM-eac of North sal Mouth A...... awlMMSb
III
Joumaliam das oherrtaiKt by the Greek ""'"'... b) Ike datseerlbd wIIIIt afWHa The Ml of truth the br"a.i pl'"a of )eitkre, the shnt
other ... .. a 'depnsemg" re rt of has clergy The occaaion was taw emtanalal of .p...u. tae shield of faith the helmet .f salvation, and the
wader at ..1Itlit' of the Orthodox church In the Weatamlleaaiaptiere s*erd of Ute word of tod t Mat Uaaoniflatunlay
.Irchbhh.p lakavea taid' it
[ KYLE-McLELLAN INC. Umt I'tf I" III .
the rerrpia Chill brrante 1 .( te.r.r November 4Ma
rectal mmrakal" drtrlopweati the frpb she are Mrtehug ..... fur (Gloria.Prefara
FUNERAL DIRECTORS latlraa ( ... '" nlan U ..,m.1 IHMTh *< of ll *rl' Mrgln Mary HatunUy. .
1M Ike -
of IKeaum virgin >
II' W, UNION SUUT-J"CKSONVllU cH, membrra" .f .1H"klC AsebbasMp nprm srd
n. '.3'" c...._ S-C.; J-K. IIU filth cal "talk t. set aaIker ta* ........ that fotmrnaaouM .'"+r Says population explosion U.t Sunday -* hwwrM' Christ ai King In the liturgy
"liking straight Ie I the give bard-hit pHI.I" Te
eje" 'at !least .... grant at is favor for u' from hr Son )Iud an aha obtained, wine miraru
II, added that the Catholic moral factor GavrmfnritHe political expediency lowly from Him/ at 11"! wr.Whnq' ( m ( ana It i an tie said that
BRETT FUNERAL HOME act Greek OrUwtoi relif.tonsmmt sad '... raaoratd 1 1 1 site rules the Heart of tin King Who"" fan refuse her nothing
HIIL\lMrill\ ( M 'Moat ftf what. hear
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work to
J4WIOI' AMIJUNCE SUVICI tefetfcrr rt health" and dnratwi" and] ,
wove' obstacles wfcsrli .epar- other matters .ay axe tracd M ',.,.....t_ eapluaion la bawd M pnlMkeal **i
ale m." and cork tofHhrralae 0 O ; v1 "fer these *he betoeve "11 a e and UMM aha. dt net ruttar raa Mieawri a 4IpUla
taste se.lbia ta MiaM rrMe .
Thai M tawed. said lir Wit
I... af M BtMkMi eves FUNERAL DIRECTORS
c H. prayed tat ttaeVal t** .,...,." a* said \ liam & ay alai ele. *r*. aa aa
gas | lest *at aaal reaM
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en a.N..i a. r.aen. entail at the. Third Aauuiaa .
... e. t.... h..N a. aeo.e.a..Na .. attaMlawe at She mt ..Kara.* pxaaat .ta piMlag.' ,ineapya MtUaa aa la morsel at towatrk
..a ........ legiraoa .kwawialmn dens tkw. ....... at tkrOriaist
( t> at Bombay. ,Ia4<. are arriaatataed .'

Dr tai. aaMar of thaUaacre Praaaat warM fpuMmn uassly Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home
{..1.1..1 fyma Baptist helps edit
Caaartarly die ial .... atttwi. .aa said.
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Funeral Directors A,. Jreee s-:.. f1f1LU't.III': ,'C I in Mien af CamelsPh'e. sMgiad eat aa aa area abate .U W 114-11"
JOHN S. RHODES Inc., YA 41a1IST. William Date TteiiaspMn. .._ riaaa OaiMi. waa the !W- aartt. raatrai as aa a>M<>iutraaraaaaty 24 HOUR AMIUUNCI JWVtCI
AMIuLANCl SERVICE A'JiUJTlMtf pr Easeera DepUM 'r *,r" aFeiawary apa sa ..< ay tae V r r.", ,. ,...,.. F aroe... a* seed
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p.il.SS It.. plate td Loser 18 Ta Uvttria ***>. w u.

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Old Glory flew for the that time in front nor Haydon Burns and other dignitaMPI. Center, and many hundreds took advutar-

nf Mercy Hospital. in Orlando at the dedication The day program drew .n estimated 6500:> of the chance to view the facility during the I
by Archbishop Josrpb P. Hurley, Cover persona to the site of the pew Mercy Medical open house after the dedication.
on way to dedicate Mercy

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I'Jorfd& Governor Haydon Burns above, are Sister Theresa Fiancis : .
fUdJ other dignitaries in Orlando SSL, hospital administrator: Mon- New Medical Center

Saturday to join in the ceremonies signor Terence J. Farrelly, diocenan I II
when Archbishop Joseph' P. Hurley representative; Dr. Truett H Frazier (CiftiiMl ha Ml *..I.II. eat a supervisor can be not!. If

dedicated Mercy Medical Center, new president of the Orange; County Medi. v stem Is capable of a further tied when a patient In her
l O-bed hospital for Central Floridians cal Association.: Governor Bums, ; and use The system may be con area 11 calling for I nurseS f

to be administered' by the Staters of St. Mother Louis Edwin: SSJ,. nunorgeneral | netted to the nurses' call station Mercy its Medical internal Center telephone
lOllt\pb of St. Augustine. From left, of the Sister' different owni own
Through a sit system. Special telephone -
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1Y Instruments are distinguished i
by color; from the
regular Bell! Telephone instruments I
These provide a complete
automatic dial telephone
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system within the hospital It.

selftor example there Is a direct
connection from pathology I
to every operating room.
The pathologist therefore can
communicate with the cur
geon immediately' upon examining
some tissue or during
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InMrumenti Is the rhvsinlogi-
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tern Is located In the twe In-

tennlte i rare areas and la the T. I ...... .
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The monitoring .
ML physiological

r i system systolic will measure blood pies-thpatients ;; ,

sure pulse respiration rate

l / and These electrocardiogram readings{ will. he ,.,

taken from the patient eler.
N. Ironically and displayed at iy IJ.Patients'
f the patient's bedside on a bedside .

'Eye appeal of a hospital is important to therapy:' Governor Burns be displayed console at They'the will nursing also

console In the same room at
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tw the nurse s drsk
ST. AUGUSTINE a \\ hen a reading/ a certain
patient begins a "norm" for I M
that patient ls established If
some change In the patient 1r
PONTIAC condition. occurs the machine
will register<< that change visually ;
RAMBLER

Banta Brothers The nurse may. alto make a
graph of the electrocardiogram
IM II. IIUtl
Y b I f.r through a tape" recorder
,a attached to the machine.
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This will a
GINTYPlumbing e. doctor the condition of the +,..e....
r 1 i aw patient when he was not present
end H* tmg rooms to be equipped

VA t.742? 1 1tV' Mr Giannone Is the preii-
I 12 WilUmi, Str..t dent of the Orlando diMnhutorship \initnrs examining some of the walls of room. are In pitt pastel
o of Kxecutone: and ro equipment which will be provided, for color and there art built in features I
-i % owner of the Orlando and the 150.bed Mercy Medical Center tn such aa .vanity table and drawen The

PrescriptionsmCDD11aJd4 t 6t Jad..onvllle rom pan I e i of Orlando are. from Irfi Mrs Joel W ho pital 'la to be further f'quil'rM| pnor i
Kxecutone: The equipment Heath. Mrs Joan Bartlett. Miss. Paula to its opening this falL
described was stalled by the Heath and Mum Charlcne Bartlett The 1
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with Mercy laboratory em tea will provide doctors with five operatMJJ -
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equipment at Mercy Medical Center in heteWHO .
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YOUTHSt. Legion of decencyrates 1





St. Paul Father NN.NNN.N/N.Nw new moviesRatings

Lopez I will be published In the last Issue of rack! month


High School High School __ ; p Morally unobjectionable for iff

5,5,5. ace. ,litMIN Swift lltNMt. llNt|
ST. PLTLRSBl:: Last D'TO BE\CH-The w 5411 iMri M ...<,.l UtM. Lest .imit
5o..1 nsN .ulo/q i .. it
month Patricia t iHliiMwliHK
Nugent a senior sodality under the direction TM din 115, Tkt 5111 IK* IMM"
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senior at St. Pauls High of Sister Mary Alphonsus. tflT 111,11 | a", Jtm M in tMit M Mint. TMim
School received ..Is W, claw, e1 *.. it.Mtl i...ttn rvMiMIttt
a letter of is planning s Halloween I ",,10 Mo.11. MI tut lMltTM IItottf
commeodatwn for her hihICOI't party for the children at r rut it M NIMH n i FM a..> in CMTM
I-It _,. N, .... IM awl tt lifMrfHf
on the National Merit Mother Hunts Orphanage. 14 HntHlMt HIM, 115. .........01 .. aM
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Scholarship Examination Members of .. ._ TH* ... .| HtlliMIn
the
Sodality will 151.4 WI 151 P/ '.... II N..I15, It IM l_.
On don their spookiest attire, as 111,1515 1.e. IIN wild. PIMIh M MM 1.0salon ill ntgtttt
September !7 and 28 the
54.511M' '.'''' h. "' .'. .......
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freshmen clan took a portion children enjoy games refreshments Iasual Me' MW not, ,.,... M TM sun ItIM
and entertainment N.MI, w ..... hIM tl tM PVMIIIMMM IM
of) the ninth grade Florida 5.51 _. 50 5 ........ Pill. IM Clod. Isis..
testing program ......... 5.51 w Tit Irtil *ini" iNlmtTM
It will be Monday, November 5155115Nm ItifirtHtml .." It M nil
Moll II 51115,5. IIN, .
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On October 19 the Junior I, from 25 pm. in the '" .--

class took the preliminary gym Bette Chiodo prefect,
Scholastic Aptitude tests and Charlene Whalen vice- Morally unobjectionable for adults and adolescents

while on October 14 the irn fret appointed committees at i I.Iq w 5. hd.r. 151 : So.,. Wn1 hN IMP
toe ll* Mtt Htittn, TMllUMt = PIeISne ",..... hot: : inn W/o1
participated In Florida's12th a mtf'hnll. grade letting programfor Tuesday of last week the IIIMl.L' tM list CMllMll" MIN IiN, IMMHl 5011"

all senior placement In first honor assembly of the lush",.,-I'M. lit lit IWIIM|.I lltr NMlllMIMfl ,| IN/male INrloN hi .11

Florida colleges and um\enl- year was In the gym Sister liiw, IMin h...... 10ne
li... .**r. TM tealsN., .. TM tti ririMill
ties. Mary Bernardita distributed ...Ml M IWMMrClllt tnt MI I.mlHH ,, IMlicit
October 8 marked the end first and second honor cardsto If IMIIIMIiMtut IIMHMMI. TMIMMT lit
llwtIM UntwMtHint TM* M Ills'
of the first six weeks of students with 85 per cent, MtnMf. TMr TtM tine
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school tesswn In the senior or above average in all sub r._', ItM iMtttf, NMN | ...... TM M Nee II 5,5
class Candaie Nagle, Cathy jects. ,.. ...... *..fi IM Irt O.Mt PIw tan
rMi iniirtiMtMiNII _..... 1 1 1totrawt. b.0. Will, Sill
rnnz Marguerite Ryan May Find honors for sttdenls I Pius MIlltl IMM til. M IM Mel
Spiridon. and Linda Steckle MMlIM ... IM fttMMtMMIt ill. Win. Oslo
with N per rent In all subjects awl.* is Spouses till I It IITM
were on the honor roll; Barbara PIe Sun '''', TMInit ....!. IM PI15 M Mite'
Lcker Patricia went tit seniors Bar Soil .......... TM .......... 1..1 W1w1
ford bara Kerak. Jane Skip. Jrf- ....|.... H Im InMtI IxitiIWIM IL.1 I">
Patricia Nucent: Madeleine 54 M tuMllI H >>.

Hiendeau and Donna \\eihaus frey Selbert, Joha Karen lI.flmll'Mtalfjjinlers School children band at Mercy dedication Orlando Morally Iinollltcti.lI.blo fit edillhIM "

were the dean's
on 1st sophomores D e a a Slelllng. __ __ _u_ .
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Junior clan Mary Margaret SvlUtftn Raymond 5515 la mnutHMIMI Now S --
beth Pardis Mary ..., I'M WMt ..... -..yP.
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Kelgher freshmen PsilaBeUager I
Susan ) Tampa Catholic Bishop Moore Bishop Kenny Jesuit .,.... honed N limit S I -
Smith. Molly McGoff Deanls Doordan, 5- 11. *M TM IKMMf L" 5511 M M Poll
and Lynn Traver the linn if Tim IWrll' TiM ,...
were
on Ltrralne F a g a Patricia fwll ... ..
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honor roD; Rarbara Ruim, C.Udea. Kathleen Jabaly 1 High School High School High School High School .... |lrtI'fM'Ml SgW.M 5o51. tan hone w L1
Paulette Tessier Margaret M TWHII 51115 w .... IoM.
Kathleen McCormlrk. Mkharl T.UII'Joan Nlewlnsll onI.\SnO--l.ad Saturday 1 \CMOMIIIKrecent: TAMPOn Saturday fX. Son IMt It IIIUKIIIMMIW N/11N M 55.515 now
Sspanara and tetkls Svlzal !Shay Meredith Small Fd- iiiiiilIMII 5.516 N00O. MIw5 Iris M lilt 55.1.1
were on the dean Lst reports that the seniors .f found most of the Juniors at I ly a Bishop Kenny student tober X. rather Urlon .::1. IM 55,111 Tiul .... IM
ward Seiners and Elizabeth Tampa Catholic High School the school for one reason or wan present at the stale exec' host S.J.I 111 terminate' Jill ,. It Hi Lay .MH. TMIWfcH TtrM. It I IrMTMMM

In the sophomore tintKalbleea Sues canoe. held the first dame of the another. In the morning they utlxe board meeting of theNational post ai president of Jesuit :Kl>", !IMllltlM l,t I Tl IM Mto | 51 Tit ItMk If tlIMttllM *M*

Aerts was .. the school year on October 23 took the Honor Society Danny School and b j.-." 5 Viiiis 545 I. Iflirltll .1,5050115
Second honors went to Preliminary Scholastic High will sue I1 ......,.. Iwo |IMI.
honor roll; Ann BronUowikl Michael Altos Christine I Music was provided by the Aptitude Test Conner state treasurer of ceeded by Father Joseph FHeaver .... 50. 051 .* N too |... sq15Ia ftw, t

and Linda Stnty were on the Breeti John Conley Elizabeth Pastels for the enjoyment of After a break for lunch (lie Society, attended I the S J., presently pastorof Isis.15 .OS IN, 5,1 NHI* It It,lit llM,l>.. II *50 Sot IM TMMtt HIM It

dran's list frethmsn Kalh.pn Culver, Monica lluher Karen all present The theme. they were bask at work decorating meeting held ..,...
Mill I La mmM 51 1,511 tap 5.1. 115
Ward was in tit boner "Around the World. was carried Die Cherry Visa lintel In Went Father Reaver
Kofcbur Constance Komati the cafeteria for the annual previously .M ..... l, WNw5515115110
John Mogse Robert out by different *>moots Orlando was student counselor .
Taylor Sadie Hawkins day
.
r.lI.Th.. Girl's Athletic Aisocla' Susanne Walsh, Kathryn Sullivan of) world travel dance, transforming it to a Itishop Kenny's Nil S. sponsor and teacher of biology st unobjtctlontkU lot Jyltl with! ,*...rvatloltlj

Rosemary Boron, Michael The school continues to win "JVigpatth." MISI. Thcrese Hill and Jesuit High School from 1950 ..a/1 II ....... o/.1 MIN0w
lion at St. Pauls has started ti IMI 55115 h
the school Sister Iw.q i HemItrt hill -.l .
inter-class volleyball games. McCarthy. RoseannMrnifl .boners In N.F'L meat principal to 1'.8. j Hit. IMllMt HIM* MM. TMII h/ Nor
Robert Conley Kathleen The Horned brnufht home Thomas Joseph' 8 !S I J. were 11 IIII MHI l.ll ImtM IM

Thus far the seniors have defeated ., i 11515150, IN tmiIllill 505 IN11tot
annlher tklarv this also!
Kayeeronica Manrl- In a student Congress heldon Invited and attended the 51511. 551 5P Mtm I IM eta
the juniors and sophomores que, Virginia Stelltag' Claudia ft.tuner IS at Jesuit I High! They skill Mil (he Oak Ridge meeting Only Ins state officers 541y IM| lift iMIMt llMH TMWM If Itt 55',

; the juniors and sopho. Sullivan. Malaky Wall, School Fred! Smith melevd Pktneer. by a stir .f 7" their school spommis Father I 151,1.nnt,,SHIM II.'... ItjlIf ..MIM I ll lltMmnim Tkl) tatttIM ltVlM. llHTM .

mores both defeated the Thorns Gitdea. Maureen a twit speaker of the day Thin bnlanrrs the win Ion and principals. and (the stale w |...|.'..tIMt HUM IVHUnlit lap ll IM
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freshmen tltl, tM iUMfM !!
Ke'gher, Diane }Mach Patricia award, and Bill fn'M' obtained rectrd l I.e the year At Area Congress held st the best presiding off were present 1 llMtM 5115 IM t,M I,M
Lawler Clare Lynn The Paramedics Hub hold 11 till I'M I... M IM It'M.
Jesuit high School October 1$ Mealey, Ellen Roth Roger icer a" ard Other best speak I I.II, IMiM *l...it| IM III llHIIMMW r.,5 If* '.t .,*<... IMIVH
a meeting at which they considered final details .f( the l4
Paulette leaner ,
and U loot HM IM IM tut
a er awards were received" by
Daniel Woods ard.
Fox. .
nommattMS for distrie avenlUn were arranged
Junior and Patricia Ford a Iteena JUggl and Tom DeBar I Merely "itctien.bl. In for .R
senior, received swards as ",,,,,,,,,,,, '" "",,,,,, Patricia Chambertln w as and state ofirers last sod plans f f.r the nnventluni pall

officers two year several were. elected In the neil h.| yeah were I Ititm. In Imi il fvtf SIMI WIN. fnt
j presiding over Subscribe elected as presiding officer from Bishop Moore dlir uied. Father Elliott, will ...um. Mil I* Pill low 115 5 5.51 I.N1e. 'III
sessions, reports Candy nowNdya' for session itw. reports lM>m IMMVII M Mt M IMI I ...W Mltl IMM .MMIS
'orty.I"o duties In New Orleans
I one .. new ... ....
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Nagle. ." "" ,,,,,,,,,,,, dents alto participated la a Bishop I Kenny' National both as director of the Jcnut but till. IMI It t... I '* .M M IM. MH. IMO

I Chamberlain High ScbeolNFL I tlitoor Society Is beginning Its Seminary fund bureau and as I IMO IMMMIIMI IM Iwl. Ii'1.11 MM tMtH.1 fWM ban IMI IMrt I IWIMf Mt Sit. SIn

I contest on ()(toI tr >>. Academy of Holy year of active service byInaugurating coordinator of foreign( mil IM15N II lone Itm *vi* M IMMMM
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t t a tutoring program skmary commitments of the tar N Le IM 5515. II I.IM\ IM .,..... In IIMTIMI
St. Raphael st the IC'tlClol. Muntim New Orleans province of the low. |....I MI IM ..iNif. IM
Names Tampa lit H IMW. MM KM HM IMII If*.*
fill the organiMlton offer their Society of Jeeus. which. InchKtes
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T.\\11'0.b rtday.. (Vto It", and efforts to coach their aress In Drill! and the ... a IM two151.1 IM. IM tl. t MIttmMUt
Grade School II Hit (Ml t' I'MWI. Tit
*er 11,1 |.w.ing ceremony fellow sttntMils In venous subjlcti bland of Ceylon ... TlHIHM HJ Hi ,ItMIMI
meta Jo Ann Curl While at Jesuit High School IM TM TM *.! IM I l",l.. *MM ...
ryes ST, I FT: *:IttHl Ktt; -- The was heM at which the seniors IMWMCMII IIIMM I* 5.. Ml 55.41.l 00 15111
r1 IrT seventh and eighth graders formally received their rap Father' Elliott: wss InvolvedIn .... W SINN SIr I'M. IM ltl,l of tM ImN

st. School !st I'eteri and. from tN prhvlpal many civic organisations nor tl I IMMW. UllMAWt /W f "tnt
Raphael gowns Barry College nor K IWMMIM4 .<..* MaM SI.11 S11 50500
burg have organised their Sitter M lAicy J.**H>.in* such as member of the hoard IM IfM IIMI IMIM .M IMH IM I.Mtrf
MIVMI At J 3D 1s.isaN lone II ... I IMt I,M.I .. a lit
m onOi for the United Fund of .rfll.rT''pl
r Civ" i HubAuWwd the Civic. The sistvmlant I ceremony II 51110 ,.... 51551. ....... ........ 551
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I Al Teens After a week of earnpaigning was held hi the acneal. audi tober M 216 first ..'nt.t.rfrHll : greater' Tampa. sale .M hew tin IM IM ..! IUMI H IMIIMl
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,. ? r 4t reftMered voters UeHM with the .....* (acuity lta girls were formal, ly council community cordinatlng 'tI. nil' litM '... IW secret balMS. .t received at freilutwi ,,,,flU council and metti M IM !..! IMMVI MMIII IMOIM IWWiMTMM
rant their and MueVsit .... .,
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+ ; lure Mite I the academic ('01.! tw'r of the eilw"stein rommMte I ,m .M tall. >H>M H | .
polls set up in the raretortwn Parents, ala were tided. ai M lm TW 50.1 S,1aaNW 55.00
leglate! community" of Harry of the Chaml, of Commerce
The off ir er i are Mary J mUakh special ....... Midnt made Condemned
College. Aim under Esther KlIMt's I
A president and Michael
y the pledge! It Ute Rag awl
Father Francis D). NealyOp I"." the school ....
Malts. secretary. eighth grad. Banner rtlhlp. << sins. ran IMI Tl* the M IHftM | litIM
sang the Mar $**ii l4 ,
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of the Newman evalwslMl In 5..15.
Aquinas was HM-reiMftillr
Awarded medals ers David furl rase peon and the senksrs. made a 15,10515 I... IMMIM AIM f'M**
dent, and Jota lUrger, tress pledge te "be true to the Center niverilly of Miami IM! by the !Southern Astoria. .5.15,5 .... It M| ..-.Ma.4.4N. II iMlWtIM "
aldressed (lie freshmen, lion of "Secondary (khwila. II. 0110014 IS N5/N. MMIIM
These Rny Scouts of BJeaned\ Sacrament pari h hirer. seventh graders The ideals of aw wheel and! to ISIS S Ii'IoM. tM MWMI llll Ml IrqI.

in TaHahsMe. were awarded the Ad Altar t>elOe students engaged in an ever obey cwMcienUamaly. all the. also suei ...IIIH) eorriptrled i 1I51nne.. In l,0 55 B::;-5.00 .::'"' lit
rrtOUH bulMing\
a protect
4th de- all student teacher planning regvilattefii. of the Aca4em Belmont Abbey 50 'N SnI 1551,11. IM 15.IWM/.
>M recently: from left, Walter MeMon, by the The most recent siHitKwi'' to 1 I My W lees w.Iw 50 1M (1,0. 5 5'01'O. OwIs.
awarded the program are guided Each eerier then dnnned ... I- 54.. 51511 50 I Sssis I,."
tree Knight of Columbua' who wan seventh snd eighth trade tlrl.MoYr Srlk (artllni the Jesuit* campus le a (fnarlorrriTl 1511. 5q ls.e IHItWKI, IM 00,15. 5W

ft George Crone for distinguished eerier ta boy Mr Anderson and her gown which was prewMed -.IkmaUl A VvooJi, a senior f.,W track I 5510. w 1./ Slow ,.. 1151 N.
teacher by Slater M James. Peter ... >*l..lI M. MtM TMMM IM 5_ ON Nod
Noda and Fred at Ilelmont Abbey College, Father Klhrtt: win ...um. .
wtittaf.; Bert Karp. Larry Mrs Umlte KeHogg. IM tM ,*. MfMM. IM MANN
and Larry Voorhka.DELANO Is Xiilur I ranees Mart, Mm here has been clotted! president hi. new duties by mfcUVmem. lees S IM 510 1I oS 50 III 555 1115111I1,11M1,15
award Clubs to
I> raM. the wwnert; The purpote June Martin and M/s Frank I aSn.15 i00 515111
ef Tan Kspf> FpsUoorraternlty bar ant" will mMe at Jesuit
scoutmaster. enrich, the learning of Christian ,11 N 55154 1515,1.15e SIN 5,5510s.
1ntIIJ. The son of Mr, High' School, New UrleaM" 5.4I .5455 PLw Nw, rl *MM It IM MM
rrtueiuhip through daily
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living la the 1M hoot commua Sister U fury Joiephlne and Mrs. D A. ftoodi of 1U3 Leaialaaa. I I' 1w_ ___ /W0l

then spoke briefly to tl* assembly Oriental Road, Jacksonville,
ty and I* vttaUie learning by
AREA reports Marge Frs&k- he Is a graduate of Bishop
democrat group 1t"11 1 St. Loa College
IlL
stressing the Importance of Kenny High School

each 1IWttv1d".1. ....-- --- XT IFO Annual eolUg raii... enftr with Inatrur more trim Mauarhuietls .(-

VOtUSIA MONUMtNT"" t charter has been gritted t"t' parent's week was !hW at SI lors and sdminWritwrs, listen teething' M Leo has hens ap-

COMPANY"" INSURANCE sod Ik* club Is new engaged Leo October ::11\\... guartertvgra4s U an outstanding guest )-<<< pointed It the natmnal' telisjiout

1402 North I.,,'...' k> a ",.., M. Masks.).s Wi. were out so it was an turer. engage In U>. spiritual .. affairs Mtretartata of

H'J.; .. 1 IMJ OeL.411 THE CONRAD COMfAMY ll/.r program age ,1.*. ofportufie time for ronferew e Inlellerlual and social<< life of the Na'tonal ".' .r.tlO" ofi

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U. ge'du-' -N DoL.-4"- 7272Wn Ire .. the e.....IC' as4U Inifniftori, the\ family their" eipertattoiiif ,r.I lark Is also a member

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> The Florid Catholic, Friday, October 29,19M Diocesan H.S. football



I Improving your study skills r b East Coast teams rocket to victory



Studying what it really isBy FATHER Lopes High Sarasota's Cardinal Mooney matched their Pinedas County

(ridden ((141)jot ) High School ((0-6-0)) battled the Conference rivals In s T to

up in the air at Daytona'sMemorial Blue Jacketed visitors from 7 first quarter, and left the
I>r. Jump Michael Leo part whole method is the
so-
. Stadium to zero in St Petersburg and lost, 3J.13, field at halftime behind one
I'n"f''lty> of Notre Ism called SQ3R. This is nothing
on Hastings, 25-6. Coach Bud Admiral Farragut Academyused touchdown.
more than shorthand form.
STtTDYING consists in the ,..a.4a..vitflflt" a Asher's! Green Waves rolled! in their big gun, fullback
ula which when spelled out Despite heroic efforts by tJ1eBaron'
application of .
coring quarters of 12-6-7 be. Bill Lohse three touchdowns
This Is the second of a f he--
means study-question read-ro- Kerry Helinger who
oneself in order to learn part series on how to Improve citereview.A fore allowing the Spudsters a to shoot down the Cou. accounted for two scores, and

Something study skills by a noted edu final period tally.Quarterback gars.
Stan Kmet with
Most people think of studying student practicing SQ3R quarterback
only in terms of intensive cator. Both parents and students first makes an overview of Larry Balew- Coach Jack Schwind saw one TD, the Green Devils

reading and subsequent reviewing will benefit by reading the material to be learned, n ( I ski completed 10 of 14 passes, Sonny Haukass dash 71 yardsto spooked across the Stewart

of what has been this aeries Please clip and thus obtaining; a broad outline throwing Till to Jim Jennings put Mooney ahead 7 to Bin Field goal lines in each quitter
save for future reference.wholepartnhole .
this is and Eddie Jaaecak the first quarter .
read However, only
"''''''''''''''''''''" "" Second, he writes down
kind of studying An examination questions for which ho and using his accurate arm to
one
method hopesthe Then Rob Dinuzio ran the In Jacksonville, Coach Jont
of art works in a reading will\ supply answers set up a third tall/ ,
operates In the concrete. second half! kickoff 95 yards Tyson wonders if Bishop Kenny -
museum, or a careful watchIng Third, he reads the The junior signal caller's for the final Cougar score. High School's (lOM()) remaining
of one of the better television Suppose a high school stu.dt'nt material in an effort to obtain "take charge" strategy guid. games can break the

programs and motion in an American History the answers. After ho ed halfback Mike Lambert to Coach Armand Sabourin I led drought: The Crusaders lost

pictures is just as fully a type course has as a homework finishes his reading he uses two touchdowns, as the Green his Central Catholic High tl) Paxon, 20-0(). A sanction

of studying as is Intensive assignment the studying of the original questions to determine Waves' unleashed their scoring School ((33-0)) into Corral Sta that may prevent further football .

reading( the American Revolution. l'.. whether he has potential for the first time dorm at Tampa but might in Duval County public

Further, the type of study ing the whole Plrt.whole found the correct answers so this season. Lopez' guards have fared better if the schools could interfere with

which involves reading( Is not method, the youth first makes that he will learn them permanently Charles Ruse and Bill Broughton game's start was "scrubbed" the Crusaders' next scheduled

restricted solely to studying a rapid survey of the chapterhe Finally, reviewsthe with end Stuart Fagan The Marauders' host and opposition appearance in the Gat tor
from books A close survey of must learn He does this answers both to integrate Shrine of St. CharlesFor mere outstanding on defense, Jesuit High School Bowl against Jacksonville

the financial page in the dally by turning the pages of the them into the whole and to Coach Asher noted. ((5-10)) opened up with two Jackson.
newspaper, the digesting( of chapter fairly rapidly, read- reinforce them in his mem much of hit lift, ChariotBorromoo \Iof) "measures; ho personally quick touchdowns and that

the batting( averages( of various Ing only the principal headIngs wan Cardinal Arch. ministered to the sick and dying. Wet weather forced Mel was the ball game 130. Back of the weeks

baseball players and and subtitles In this ory.As can be seen, the SQ1R: I bishop of Milan, I but ho spent bourne's Central Catholic Larry Balewski.

even concentrating on the instructions way he can quickly grasp method is particularly suitable many years in Rome holding St. Chariot wet a moving High School ((64-0)) to postpone A Tiger pass, Fd Clmlno to Father Lopez High School
for operating a numerous offices under Pop spirit of the ceunter-referma- Frank Manor!, covered SS
what the whole chapter is to that type of studying for one evening against Lake
modern household appliance about, he can see the American which Involves reading, while Pius IV and Pope Pius V. Shownin lien To hit effort, more than Placid But the Hustlers did yards for the Initial touchdown Drfenieman of the weekt

are forms of studying by Revolution from start to the pure whole,part,whole the picture is the Church of those of any other, i it due the not let that mar their "desirr" oa the fray's second Bob Youms,

reading.As finish. method can be used as efficaciously St. Chariot in Rome. Herein pasting of the momentous do- as they continued unbeaten play Just a half dozen calls Bishop Barry High School
are preserved the taint's heart trees of the find l fission ef the after that "bomb," Jack kauf-
long is I person does Next, be intensively reads for other type of and other rilics. reforming Council of Trent. How in walloping the Drag mil used In yard end rue Final scores:
something with the express every sentence in each subdivision studying which do not involve the I who, ons, 38 to 6. Father !S
As Archbishop of Milan, St. 't guiding light to reach )dlrt. Lopez
.
purpose of learning he Is reading.In Charles hold synods and councils brought the Council to a tuc Coach Ray Robbing high- Hastings 6

Studying. Studying, then, Is Because he has glancedover any f\ ent. the basic founded asylums, 11 a b. ceuful clot*. Ho died on November powered offense took turns In Coach Ray Dicharry's Tiger(

not merely l confined to the subtitles, he can immediately principle underlying effective Inhad tommariot-the rules of 4, 1584, and was" canonized scoring led bv Mike Kaler's team made fumble recoveries Melbourne Cent Csth 18

school; It forms a vital part relate the events study In this: Always learn which, wore, universally adoptedand by Pop Paul V in 1610. Ml yard runback of the opening key their defense Marauder's Lake Placid S

ef everyone's dally life. in the subtitle to the main hv using understanding: renewed the spirit of kitkoft for a TI>. quarterback John Kiss and
thread of the revolution he your back John Herndon penetrated Bishop Moore 7
la
; clergy and ty. Hit help to the
lou learn
This article win treat of the ran never really
will not miss the forest for English, Jetuit Douay College The Hustler's speedsterthen goalward several times Oak Ridge S
general overall method of the trees At the end of each anything by rule memory.It for missionaries to Reformation Teachers laudedby showed his versatilitywith only to let the pigskin squirt

studying while the three sue. subdivision he tests his learn is possible to temporarily England was' so great that Cardinal a 30 yard field goal in away Statistics showed the Bishop Barry 205t
articles will discuss H S. 42
in seeding detail the individual ing by asking himself questions I force something into the Allen called St. Charles itt NCWC directorof the first quarter also, Clearwater and Tampa rivalry Petersburg

some techniques involvedIn on the contents of that mind by rote memory. However founder, Louis Sicolo scored from 28 matched squads in an even Bishop Kenny IFaxon

specific the of effective subdivision only, This little what has been so forced The self.M orifice and heroism: yards out and Tom Geraghty game, except for the opening 20

.process review enables him both to will soon flee the mind. Furthermore of St. Charles during the terrible education raced 63 yards for another minutes' fireworks on the

studying.The see the subdivision as a small rote is an inefficient plague of Milan form an tally Kaier, with another Tigers' Scoreboard. Jesuit High School 13
best general procedureIn SI'RINr.FlHDC: ( ) -
whole and to fix in his mind method of studying because outstanding chapter in the hit- scoring plunge and p a.t's Clearwater Cent. Clth. I
studying li the whole-part- Teachers remain the key to Catholic School
Tampa High
the Important facts and tory of Christian charity Ho brought his
County leading-
material which Is Cardinal 11
whole method The purpose Catholic education and, because f41-0) "home" Mooney
) stayed on
theses presented therein. was' not content with, to 99 total far
learned because it Is understood prayertand point score so
II
of this method is to assist the of them, the future isfilled King Field and reached the .Adm t"arragut
Finally, after reading the or organizing Eddie: Gorman and Ignacio
will be learned much penance reucators -
Individual to learn more efficiently with hope, a nationally goal lines there in each quar
entire chapter, ho reviews faster Luengo were outstanding Tampa CatholiC! J.t
enabling him to prominent educator has said
by
ter, defeating Citrus High,
the entire chapter, first in Hustler's dc-fensemen. CItrus SSt
ace each element InvolvedIn here 346,
what Is to be learned notas large parts, then as a complete Monsignor James C Dono- 12
Moore School Joseph Academy
hole. He asks himself Diocesan ed Bishop High
but gethandbooks hue, the (oirh Tom Murray's Colts
an Isolated fragment( director of department Oil) eleven played Oak Baldwin II
additional aboutthe
rather as one part which l Iii questions of education of the National were led ky quarterback Gary
facts and about the main Ridge: High of Orlando in the NFrostproof
Santa FIP
Taylor and back Larry St.
Intimately related to the Catholic Welfare Con
currents of the chapter to ensure high school Tangerine Bowl, and tasted 12
Amanl I I. totaling lit yards
s 'h and reinforce learning.The victory
.a the ground and US throughthe '
fragment "makes sense"It (tober 22 to the closing session
has been psychologically( psychological principle J A( KSON\'IM.K An i Indexed handbook has been of the 41th annual meeting (oach Hirold Nelsti's l air Beach

proven beyond all doubt that underlying the "holf'. part. prepared by the official. of tl he Department of Education, of the Catholic Educational : / hud working h Hornets took te Taylor 1 got the scoring Daytona

things( are learned faster andretained whole method Is readily ap Diocese of St. Augustine, HI aping forth the regulations Association of Fenns)!. the air, on a 27 yard ,\rt underway early with a 46 >nd"opllfln"
longer when they parent. for the secondary schools The elrmt'ntaryChool hand- vama. M'ruble to Ted 7affra scoring the
sprint on game'ssecond
make sense to the person book wan distributed last puts, early in the tint' quareIrr. Italian. and American Food)
The student first sees the yen ST. "1o matter what the future plat St. Amant alternated -
when they are when meaningful are to material as a meaningful Monsignor Mortimer Di.snakier, director of Catholic holds. In more, the key to ed Tin with Taylor, a Open I P,M. 'til I 11 I P.M.

learned Urn than through brute they memory whole, an entity which makes school, announced at the ge nernl meeting of trachen in uraliimil. greatness la a n y Then Jim "'IurphII" each registering two while e Banquet Fieilit.01;

sense because each of its Orlando in late August that the t handbook would be made ('/It hull.. school Is alwajs' goIng Hipp, and Dennis IAI ozynskl Andrew Bennett wedged In
,
parts Is related to the otherto available to them. to 'he the teacher And thisIs Joined teammates in maintaining one, as the Colts again showeda e Closed Monday

Let as Illustrate how the produce the finished whole. Entitled: Handbook of Regulations handbook notes Is the diocesan what gives all of us. hope a stalwart Menu high-powered offenie. Citrus

Then he breaks down and assimilates and Policies for the representative chargedwith ( for tomorrow," he said, that held off the Pioneers, wan able to budge( the SAN REMORESTAURANT

its component elements Secondary Schools of the Diocese the responsibility of thegrneial even at the one,yard line. Tampans' line only at thllam"
Beach "Wf' know the Catholic '
Daytona supervision of the you endBishop .
to understandand The Improving Hornets s
so M of St. Augustine, the "' prlotl'rtt'd
diocesan school teacher, he said "We
to learn each of the parts booklet offers( 37 pages of information secondary know better the lone touchdown for Barry High School i un so. HIDGEWOOO
system. you are doing a
which when taken together in addition to the their Metro Conference win,
/job now than has ever' been (14-1)) fans were treated to a CL 2-1357
All of the
policies
make the vhole. Finally, he index, Department 70
done before YOII are approaching high scoring game, but the
BEACONAmbulance of Education:
reassembles these elementsor The first section sets forth are approved
task with Barons were outpointed by St.Petersburg .
our
into the original but the and by diocesan authorities In Lakeland, Santa f e High
parts philosophy objectivesof
!
more preparation, with more High. 4220.
Service meaningful Schools 13-3-0> gridmen went -.1ri0NA
now even more Catholic education Section
Diocesan supervisors are Intellectual honesty, more into Bryant Stadium upsetminded (oath J.hI Ak's.. teamBaggett.Mclntosh
whole.A .
two deals with school
person-
255-2406 nominated their humility, more understanding and brat favored
by religions
variation of the whole-
net dealt within
polities are
of the goals of Catholic education
and 2612.
section three. Teacherswill communities receive their ." frostproof, ajUMau
...-- .. jurisdiction from the Director i
find sections four and
'" Welcome Travelers He expressed confidence Coach Jack Barker praised
of Schools In
SS AIIUIIO Of \ Furniture five concerned with the Instructional a continuing that teachers will meet the all the ('rlm1II) Hawks for a
I a
UNI MOO program they visit the
: WSLl-MIVID AND f Porch and Patio Sp,ci.ltiti program, records school in the Diocese, giving challenge of our changing learn effort thai resulted !I. a l.J.r".WltfIW""tI
r and reports.The times by facing the louchdowR In each quarter.Mike .
s SINIISIT nicioBtnquot Rattan Wrought Iron assistance to challenge
....... final ne tion Is devotedto principals and ,
,- AluminumHighwoy << teachers for the to yourself as a teacher," W...
purpose of Altenburger directedthe
the student activity rrOoIram. Inc.F".I .
I Ormend Beech
maintaining the highest quality offense, with Doug rlott DrtectortDaytene 314 North fetch St.

The handbook also offers a of education. --- and Billy Reed each adding Beach fort Orange Phone' nS-S47t

raOrd Furniture Books list of recommended texts leadership in the! high Support ono TD to the quarterback'stwo.

Greeting Cards The Director of Schools, the schools Is Invested In the Bernie Cavanaugh and
president of the school andt Your Parish Ion Mi i ian kept pressuring

LLOYD COX h o principal Departmentheads the Hi..:dog's on defense to TOnYandJerri..1
Office Supplies. Assumption are appointed each Holy Name Society avenge taut gear's )lass and Jfutt;

>ear make Hawk fans Italian. Cuisine
CL 2-3471 ",un","" "un''''''\" jubilant.Gift ,

III North Botch Street Grade SchoolJrKSOMH.I.KThe 1i -- 1 IS ere Men H SUM MI KMMM .....

IMMtt **.. IH II r a
Nine U I Mon a".n lion-
1".1" IwManlx orable Louis H. Bitter, Mayor i 1i
It...., of Jacksonville, was the guest __ J.
nIl tour Floyd Tredwey'sDaytona
V speaker at the October meeting
In h. ell IdeN -
.L ,, si n,5dnu of the Assumption Civics e Moving & Storage Co. 3

II-I",' wM Club. tv r .At..... ALLIED VAN LINES, INC.

Mayor Rltter spoke to the DAYTONA DELANO

students about the Mayor- 110 So, Cempb.ll-Ct 11434 UOSe, BLd-RE' 4SSI7
Focilitios Commissioner type of government

Avi.Ulo. that Is operative in their
city ot Jacksonville.He "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS-SINCE 1111"I
Up to 400 Portent

commended the studentsfor v Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons

their Interest ss Junior _
featuring Charcoal Broiled rltlrens and expressed the Reg;ttered Je....

t T t PrimeWESTERN hope thai their present Inter Cl 2,25n America Gem Society 122 N. B*.ch St.
et would continue to grow w
STEAKS 1 1w
and provide Jacksonville with u

OCEAN FRESH SEAFOODCHOPSCHICKEN knowledgeable<< and Interested 4w PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES OUPUCATIO
*
15A*":::!;IULJr| civic I leaders la the future.

For the best i".n type of food-Wit; our After his talk Mayor Ritter CONTACT

Dining Room Serving from 4 PM to I 11 I PM conducted a question and answer LENSES M'lEw EYES

W. Cater to Private Partiei We Honor American Express forum with the students. ea
At the close of the meeting

ELLINOR VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTERON Dana Cowan club president SCHWALM OPTICAL

AIA NORTH-PH: 677-1131 FREE PARKING presented the Mayor with a
plaque of St. Francis prayerfor til HOAOWAY Cl J-JIII DAYTONA

peace
Other activities en the

DAYTONA [] club October agenda are interview e GET BOTH A GOOD DEALf

's with the judge of the

FURNITURE [}) Juvenile, the budget court, commissioner the tax assessor k-- - NEW SMYRNA

SHOWROOMS and the state representative. N twt'r .+ ,. hN.. 'r.w f] RAMBLER

Conloy, PRINTING shop at Hospital In Orlando NEW SMYRNA BEACH +. I

Retail!1 Sales ot Discount Prices 911 N. 0..;. Fne..yRat
Letter ProM end Otttot
"Only The Look I Is Expensive"Daytona Several St John Vianney Schoolchildren Center when the gift shop opens at the
Coachman c.,
Municipal Airport Off Highway 92 i .....Printing.,. o- plan to save their Chrutmaa hosjxtsJ thia fall The Auxiliary: will w,-. Phone 428-4550
Free In Florida money to purrhaae gifts from the UM proceeds for hospital semcet.
Delivery Anyohwe CL 2.4214 1)1 Magnolia la-men a Auxiliarv at Mercy Medical AND A GOOD DEAL OF SERVICE









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General
Mne The Florida Qthollc:: Friday, October 29,1M! !;



Comments on Society's mandateJtsuits Orlando Central DCCW

.... .1451. r
ruption, should studies
Jesuits should try to purify and transfigured, so that in stress should bt placed on the work of women
the image of God and to pro- the end it can find "the eternal social apostolate and on the
molt a truly personal) adhesion and universal Kingdom" apostolate in the universities, ORLANDO Father William G. Neidcrt CPPS.

of faith In believers. ,ft hkn Christ w 01 hand over to either in Jesuit universities or offered I 9am.} Mass on October 19 opening: the fall meeting
Since some atheists the Father ia the end of timt.
art secular universities.
of the Orlando Central
Deanery of the Diocesan Council
"fired with
enthusiasm and Much intellectual effort is
Oa our of' life.
manner
of Catholic Women.
Idtalism" and led by their required from all our scientists
Tat training ., Jesuits. though wt cannot affect the
impatience with Members of St Andrew
"mediocrity philosophers and theologians
majority of the citizenry, wt
and lelf seeking which Since atheists cut and Guild here welcomed the
stainso off from constant cooperation will affect *o me. You art the
many men of a religious who traveled to their
our timi. atmosphere. Judgeus between disciplines, especially women best connection with the
Jesuits should set to it that especially on our lives and the sciences which parish for the meeting. The Church most people have,
faith always lead to a gen- actions our way of living and deal with man (anthropology, parish chair sang at the and your conduct has mart
unit love of on.'. neighbor, a working should bt wholly sociology, etc 1.la Mass. influence than all the theological
practical and social lovt. genuine, fret from kind schools
any our contemporary Monslgoor William J. MuG works stacked to the
Since, too, the legitimate of pride or deception atheism should bt presented tally P..\., V.F., spiritual moderator sky," the Bishop Moor Sister
.
desire for the autonomy of Our training should bt such: and carefully examined of the deanery, openedthe Mid.Fallowing.
human sciences and activities that this sincere and fraternal not In a polemical meeting with a
often leads men to raise ob manner of lift II promoted. spirit but with the aim of promoting prajer. her address Father
jections against God or even Students U1 learn about the the most Father Vincent E Smith, Cyril P. Kennedy C.PP.S.
to present Ineligloa as the mentality of atheists, under. derstanding possible instant diocesan spiritual .1 I the Orlando parish fate
liberation of man, Jesuits stand their theories, be cap. atheist positions and director, Joinl"dI'ith Mn ilrnrdiction of the Most Blessed -
should strive to make faith able of replying! to them in a cast of mind. James L. Lacher president cf Sacrament

inform and Illumine the whole language that Is contempor. Jesuits should meet the DCCW; Mrs Chester Kat.rnlercsak Father Joseph Daley, west
of lift, that Christian lift ary. And It Is desirable that "with the firm \ president of the speaker addressed the afternoon
should not turn people away those brought up in an exclusively the eternal law of deanery; Mrs. John G, For- session. In opening his-

from developing the world Christian mltltu' aU hearts and In Orlando den Jr., president cf the St. talk, the Ormond Peach I'rltst
that human. valuta, developed should /have contact on occasion : the Holy Spirit Is Andrew Guild In greeting the pointed out the various roles
without pride, and the whole with athtuts.Oa moving all men to tht women.
Kasmlerczak women have played diplomats
univeise, cleansed from cor- of God the Crtator. ; Sitter Marie Theme 8 S.J.
politicians, aviators
the hierarchy of 1 ministries should try to remove central deanery; Sia* of Plihop, Moor High School ,
doctors and
aid their adaption cits by appropriate "' ( ( 3 S.J., guest speak was speaker( for the morning writers scientist
Rut, ht continued, the true
tt the
task tf the
ORLANDOWINTER rape ways with religious ; diocesan prei. a ;inn. In her address, world of woman Is her home,
The task of dealing with for the other>I. and by ; Joseph F. Daley, "Transfusing the Mystical guided by hor heart, rather
PARK atheism should run through ternal) witness of ; n*>dy," she said that the future than her head; the span of a
all the approved forms of the and actions. so that should t be of concern ai woman's work can help to
apostolate, so that among the can find and recognlzt well ai the past She used as map the future of nations.

BARNES faithful aa authentic and true an Illustration, the Church' In "Tht vocation of a woman"
sense of God may be formed. Cuba which' had became "
DRAPERY AND la her home, ht said, "and"
But a greater part of our men weaker and was then an ....yhril't
FLOOR COVERING, Las if she does not attend to her
than heretofore should bt for Caitro'a communistic "
vocation the world
suffers.
FREE ESTIMATES especially concerned with unbelievers + roUt I...
2001 N. Mrs. Fred Walsh presented
Otanot1J4I7 and they should a "Ralph Waldo Emerson, 'In the annual scrapbook award
seek out new means, tested by one of hit essays, discussesthe to St. Peter Rosary Society cf
experiment, of getting In rharacterlttlct evident In PLand.ORLANDO.
tluclllltll them and speaking a nation that lion the want,"
Gary's Duck Inn to them whether they belongto she laid. "Tht decay and do-

sire i It S 1HU' Ml tae the poorer daises or art (Vf) Canon rllne ran be seen in the wom
IIKIII" IlilMI ... more cultivated. .. Rrlgitocit,, member' en. When women begin tl)
SOU Pulse Sill si .iI 4iiiMM .MH With regard to the regions ; the headquarters staff of shrink )physically, morallyand WINTER PARKELLIS
t Anglican Archbishop of spiritually, the end
for
M. t>. II. I'MStWHUI when atheism is being
spread, wt should concentrate I and Mrs nrlg- that nation If not far off. .
on the developing countries, have been received In. "The church nerds womenof
Nil MuTMt because their religious lift is (Catholic Church It was God fearless, full of grace
LEWIS. CO51EXTERMINATING under heaviest threat owing here and virtue, lighting the way

CO. to the spread of change In society announcement did not for all those around them"
(MVN>IU< 1M and sudden disturb II Sister Maria Them cloud
'from the Catholic tu- DRUG
.. .. ; STORE INC
nit >" r.-' tm ancei. but the her address by inking womento ,
through na
Maw |4I sea
from the point of view of press lake a more functional help 4722 Se, 0,. II. Trail
In church activities and

WHEN YOU NEED UeilmlniUr Catholic rtvltalUt the mystical: Hotly rV. IIM2II OrltnJt,
hn4q IMMVtCtt BILL BARDOE anxinut not to of Chrlit.
Iww ,..., the present friendly r. "Vuur grtattit trrlit li
entire.. cud.w. SNe,1saw. FORD FACTORY DEALER r ,.ot IIII' between" the two the cheerful )practice of your
... 4..415 SAVE ON YOUR .. and to svold any Faith, the whulnomt partici
saw ware awn 1545 NEW CAR DEAL On third .. for Are hl.h. pation In the liturgical: lift of

Peter s( ..r. Ph. 654-3J11 Michael Ramsey of Can. your Church, the kindness
ORLANDOADVERTISING t Mr. and Mrs. \ ", had not mentioned with which you wait upon thtpfmn
w. f.O
...H.y. ..... .. ,I 1Ma children, Danny, : conversion Hut with Can ( of your neighbor In a
.
c; art pictured& | Brlgstorkt holding" a senior word;* she said, "Iht tier
COMPANYM ",>,b.r i i." baMinets which post at 'Umbeth Pal- eltt of the work of merry,
lull MI4rtMt St. Ck.rUt 1 of Archbishop Hanni'v pretcribfd by Christ Himself JACK ELLIS
generations:
u 4333 SIMMTN .
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W. Have Tie Howe Y.g W,.., Se Less Got .,."<<*f| ,...... 70s had been since lint for ; i
DcpeteitUe/ Febf: esimlnlug! chaplain tt
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41 IS Edf.....,. / function was It test 1 a
1)07 Ellt C.le.l; Dr. /PWe 277-ltll suitability' cf candidates hue u lark *f spare, we I. .

the Anglican priesthood are anihle U publish ad JOHN ELLIS

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The' Ilorlda Catholic, Friday, Mober 2!:1, JM.\!
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Governor Burns ... ". .' 1 vr

..
acclaims buildingof I "- ---- : I

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j .',1" _/; ,";' 'i.. ;r7'i;i.> 'v'' .
.' I" ',1J -:: "\ ,
; ;
,
Mercy Hospital 'f -

(Cmti..t< trim. nil mlney S.S.N'.D. of Good Shepherd j' I

Good Shepherd and St School assisted I ..... ,...... \ J
.. .L.
Andrew in Orlando St. Margaret ..... .. _
: Mary in Winter Park, The hymn "Now Thank We d r-: :=;W'"+ :w r....

I and St. Mary Magdalen,:: in All Our God," aptly expressed r'r J \ L ,
Maitland combined t thfir i the feelings! of all on t h e rrii: W.

voices( in music of joy for the n omcntous occasion. Some "# ""' tM J tft ,
hospital blessing. of the oilier selections of the .... ...... .
choir were 0 God of Loveliness r ,
Sister f Marie Therese S.S..T.! \
; Hail Holy Queen, Enthroned '
:Moore led (the choir.
er Itlshop Above Let There be
; .. .. '
'"
Sister Michael John S.S..F. ofht Peace on Earth; and Oh Give S- '" ... !
Charles School accompanied Thanks to the Lord (Psalm ii r- ,
(the Murtents on t h e 135)). Their program closed ., <-- .... ..i\ll
organ. Sister :Michael :MarieAttends 4 "
with Holy God, We Praise rr.r:

Thv Name.At "T' .....
the conclusion of t h I i '
11Ht i" rf
dedication ceremony, Mr. Ser- ,
ros invited those present to
tour the hospital. Many doctors 4 4C 4y

who had already toured
dedicationin aa
the building were enthusiastic f
about working in the hospital,
which is equipped with so
Orlando many modern facilities "
(fA complete story of the

(Cmtiiiirl, til.* HI* ""') new systems installed in the i ,
hospital Is contained elsewhere vr
Medical Center to God
Merry
C
in this Issue )
for the service of the sick. The hospital has 150 beds t a

Archhishop Hurley/ mentioned and 42 bassinets. Doors will
by name, Andrew :Ser open to patients on November
Trio and his committee for the 21. Among staff members
work they have done to finance will be represented persons Lc ,
the Center, and Mon. of many creeds
signor Terence J. Farrelly Mrs Austin A. Caruso ar. I
for their leadership of "t h e ranged for the leaders of the'!
Men and Women of Mercy." service committees of Mercy t jk

!His appreciation was expressed Medical Auxiliary to be! stationed 1
also to( Mother Louis Edwin throughout three floors M.
S.S.J. and Sister Theresa of the hospital, to give infer r e
Francis S.S.J. and t to( the mation to the guests who( a+ j4,
distinguished members of the viewed the spacious structure. tq
medical profession who will Also at the ceremony were tIn
belong to the staff of Mercy. Sisters of St. Joseph from
The Superior General of the three major institutions in the w
Sisters of :St. Joseph Mother state: St. Augustine Mother r
I/mis Edwin told the gathering house, the novitiate at Jen
that her community came sen Beach and Mercy Hospital
to Orlando to teach the chil in Miami best of American traditions Mercy Hospital is dedicated in Orlando
dren of Orange County 77 Many Priests participatedIn

j'eari' ago Now, four genera- the ceremonies Diocesan Leaders of the building Mercy Medical Center phone. Among!; the dignitaries standing at attention M! op Joseph P Hurll')', Mr Cilr-nto. Mother! Ix-ulu, Edwin!
hone later the Sisters are dignitaries present included, were joined by thousand of persons to be served by the flag was raised in front of Mercy were, from left Sister Theresa Francis and Dr. Truett H Frazier
happy, she said to serve the MonsignorVilliam: J, Mullal. the Orlando hospital at the dedication on Saturday The Monsignor Charles A. Hartok, Monsijrnor Terrnce J,
people of the area in "a spirit. ly P A., V.F., Monsignor: Irvine
national anthem was led by Frank J, Cilcnto at micro. Family, Florida's Governor Haydon Burns, Archbish-
sal and professional: capacity Nugent: Mnnsignor,:: Pat.
In the of the sick" rick B. Nolan Monsignor Pat.
apostolate : ._._ ----- ------ --
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rick J. Trainor, Monsignor
Mho ':
Monslgnnr Farrelly,
presented Archbishop Hurley, Charles A, Hartok, Monsl- Another Council
mentioned that the pram gnor Terence J, Farrelly" recess to followPope's

of the children, the Sisters, Monsignor Mortimer Danaher r I
find nil the Friends of !Mercy and Monsignor\ John f'. Wells, (

mount xn much In Messing the Pustors attending who represented .; promulgation of decrees
work of the hospital. the greater Orlando
Father William (',, (ei'.a, "..a ''I' Met, )1'iit the results of onlv .
The Governor was presented sires Mere one Ptirsf noel' hn Bi h'ip II i I.
by Dr Louis C !Murray Nelderl C.IT.S.I !i Father and following the true ...lth. were announced on October not wise I toe aid. In )Coe, the
,",prrY'1l chief, of stalf. Dr. Hubert J, Reason, FatherIIHniii 2ft. Council Fathers approved Imprl' 'ICMI, a< the p'e Murray said: \I\ G. lorry, Father Some speakers asked, for a 2031< to 183. with eight null document: might do h\ default
"In the name of the mcdl- :Miguel Garcia. clearer statement on priestly votes, a revised section dealing that obedience IS lets
ral staff of this obedience others said with the right e1IMlv.II. that
hospital we Out cif town pastors traveled ; they important today it was
accept jour mandate of try. to the ceremony Father wanted more emphasis on the and the community U> s. before
ing to provide the, highest William J, O'Farrell. Lake pastoral nature of a Priest'i cial and civil liberty in rthgioui Auxiliary Buhop ,lea( t h.> mSegedl
quality of medical (care possible land : Father Arthur L. Dim vocation over and above his matters. for Krlzevci., \'us:n-i.:
In all those who may Father JohnJ. Five more vnlei were vii asked for more ire.\ on
nigan!: Clerrnnnt; duties as leader of the (9m.mun'ly'
enter these doors, regardlessof Lemhan, Jacksonville; and taken October 27 before the the importance "f; the
f worship sacramental -
i race creed national origin Father ]Keith Symons, Lees life A Costa Rican schema was returned to the J'I'1...'. ministry tn the s 1< k
cr economic status." Vatican Secretariate for Promoting because of the apottnlir con
burg; Father David P. Page: prelate asked for a more
lie/ expressed everyone'ssentiment Christian t'mly lor tnbutton thene people .in!
Port Orange: ; and Father Ter even distribution of Priests
\ in saying how deep rell 1"', Solana Lake Mary, throughout the ....world with further revision. on the basis make to the Church < work
Is the feeling of satisfaction Other Priests attended: 4 t a special( attention paid to the of the'tuKxested! amendments lie also asked for greater emptaMil
that the hospital, based on Father B.: Kverette: Apt i1e. } r reeds of Priest.short Latin Fathers Y're'3teect .do submit on the place of the)>
1 need with, the primary purpose Maitland[; Father Cyril P. r America. with their votes on cash Prie in the cflehr.nion of
I of the alleviation of Kennedy; P.PP.S., Father" chapter as a whole. the Kucharist: and the pastan
man's suffering! and the restoration Patrick Downey I.C. Father Open house crowd at Mercy's front entranceGuild S'Xlofn were taken on !In the reopened debate on of the tasty In !the ",,,'It!-
sections of the amended
of man's health, has Hmnis Benesevich, Father Antonio J priestly life and ministry wide Christian comnvin.uPrildiH i
finally come'! about, throughthe Pons, Father Fabian --- schema on religious liberty Bishop Brian Foley nf IJMcaiter. the Itrrenher I

financial"public contributions-spirited planning and! (iimrno. Troy, all and of Father Orlando MichaelF. ; and. Doctors urged: Know theology to answer today's social problemsMIAMI In each. KiiKland country: ,I Priests asked havo UHt Israel dale( for rl*.ln( the
ecumenical r*nrll) I Is a4-
just plain hard work of all Father Charles T Their, HKACII: (N: (') were told here. annual Communion break stand the depth of the food a "distinctive dress prescribed tiered U, by the ralmdir It
of the'! citizens of O ran g e Intentions, which' stimulate by local sjnwds ..r confer
Winter Park. Catholic physicians must be Father Joseph O'Shea, fast. h stout halftime f far the
County. "Several states this movement' And secondh eats and adhered H HrttHjr
pastor of St Mary MagdalenChurch are now
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Christian leaders who know fourth a d flail .aerates.
Calavary Cemetery and director of the weighing the advisability' of I and even more important by the clerfy!
Belgium's King, Queen ST. 1'1: ': ; lavawill theological answers on social diocese of Miami radio and broadening their abnrttmi I ly. d<> >nu understand the danger Arcbbiskop Mid,.., Pete- After Nov.m III'r I. f e
he celebrated at 10 a.m problems, members of ri.amI' television commission, was law." Father O'Shea said. of this trend understand TIM of Turin said the Church council will rns\rne i" s >'k
attend Mass in Mexico on No\ember' 2 for the de- Catholic Physicians guest speaker at the guild's "Do )ou first of all under how the genuinely human position lodav needs Priests who! have nil the donjwentt" 'rwl! M ,<

:MEXICO CITY( (\1-: ) ceased "f the area parishesat -- .. .. .... ...... .. '- ."'...- on this question of abortion a genuine "scleirtifie tnt.." then! !Some" hone that w i another
Furope's only reigning! Catho- the Calvary Cemetery In Jt..1 "or mint b. one that protests and at the same time a senuine public se lie king and, queen King St Petersburg. Father Bernard 1'1.a. all human Me, esen that apostolic! seal the remaining, doc.;:
faudouin and Queen Fabiola Pittman will give the ," ,i. fHW"o (,flu., v.teless, .Vrca *shop Thomas A Connolly meets, (he council! irit\
of Belgium: attended Mass in sermon at the Miss to be offered 't'I' helpieai W, that has not yet of Seattle asked for a able tor k>", November :TArt !:
the Mexican national shrine by Father Frank Goodman com forth from the womb' thorough study of the naturoo earls i'.> r.( date Isvi.
of the Basilica of Guailalupe; All residents In the And if you understand can ( the obedience wit! ]1 h a .: T"'at' ..ve*

(October :20)! ) at the beginningof ( 1'incllas County are welcome 'v't you describe why this .is so to ...... --.. .. -
i month long tour of [tatm lo attl'ntllht' annual All Souls those, who oNt not under ,
America. Day ceremonies. stand' he Baked.ItecaDmc drcj '

-- the ",mar .!

"M I R-A-C L E" v A t Nstloss rltJM' Pail about.11 |IlIC'rf'lIIIC U the I silted thew.rld'o

Lotion supply .( feed rather

Eiptc'illy recommended at u .;d in th. treatises for d:s. ) that etp Mls) ( birth e..tr.l,

comfort due to dry scaly ,skin FUNGUS inUction of the 1) 1 P lather O'Shrs said:

hands, nails, EARS ATHLETE'S feet PSORIASIS, rash, ; 'CerUaUy. the fate vat
prickly hut Only, chafing, and sunburn Give t soft ". ".) like I, not c-..tis< a vole for rtpiamiM > a
ftitur,
$1.25. Money rtfundcd if nor uKifitd.
1 peeea..i..s L not he
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"tda the need ice pri 1<1rritfMMljr : w..
pl.esdag ed" stse"Tfce

CSMHrcii has nr >>r
SCHOOLSAcademy bet wedded *. ts># pili'"'>
thy that UV '--'" It > .e
brsiMt attawscsi asa.' r< .
pie ttuM slit .hue" UM J', 4MMi.
Of The Holy Names .
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Resident and day school for girlt. Grades one to ...1"*. FullyiccrtdlUd. "It SeamS Ie mt that I '- e
Program includes: coll.9. preparatory end general l Pope was IMSWDIMC IIw it -
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courses, muiie, art and sp.Ht. Conduct.d by Sitters of the Holy trsswrtMNMH cJkftsswuiu of
Names, 3319 B.ythor. BouUv.rd. Tampa, Florid Visit a cemetery in November tnt< i us and edwin rate rwta nf

Father William G Corry of Orlando month of the holy souls. On AI: Souls! reitMm lad so his ""'S. Charlea T Hr-.i. : ;; 1 hs..J (,reg.)rt t Cr
ROSARIAN ACADEMY diocesan director of Catholic Cemeteries Day the traditional outdoor Mass is 'Vu assist stmc to multiplT are aaoag the West Co st IDt'ft110 w-Ui greet
Resident! and day school foe girls ox thort of beautiful! Ll said this week that the national planned at Catholic retnetenen such as bread and not favor an Ura H. ly Name delegate spa these.. arHral tnday hi
Worth. Grade on* to heel., Fully eccr*tE )ed. New 8uWln conference l\itholkr C'f' It'II'm. la the nee I'I'IIU'I j hr shawm the liHMl arMrul ntntrol of Tarp at the Klnn>iui Motor Hotel l .
n inwtit.wrq
All hirtk so as to dimmish t hMMnbrr e
<)' sports, music art dramatics Diccttd by SUttts of
; urging all Catholics to visit the grave uaniMn; AajH shrine. in Calvary T.. *. UM 3TU atniMl .
St Dominic, For catalog addrttt: Rtglstrar; A guests at the Upt > ""*''"h. .. (ktdnr
ROSARIAN ACADEMY, WEST PAlM BEACH and pray for their deceased relativesand Cemetery, St r.t rburg. < o( .uh.said. .. Father UW.ea 21 3i, has bevsi arrsa|. by a large HUutU4r.
friends during NuvtmLt-r. the wa" by her. IfflNd.Ten .






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