The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (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
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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TfteFlort a.Catholic. Holy Name urgeo 10 i renew NYS1fY88I7

efforts for Catholic schools

Staff writer Name Society, in order to put and rluiiii
TAMPA Panels conferences and speeches of the forth even stronger effort to \allean tniincll. added demands.

>'01. \\\ II, No. I Orlando Florida, Friday ember 5, IMS lOfl highest order characterized the annual convention here combat the new evidences of Enrollment: in Catholic J I
He called for Name of the Diocese ha
softness in the morally undisciplined Holy schools
Jut '
weekend<< of the Diocesan Union of Holy Name Socictiea.
pro jienty of the enlistment of men who are in said, has reached the con
And for the great achievement of the official or. of 33,0)0

Canization for men In the Diocese of fit Augustine country. research and who havs done young siderable people.figure He said that

Pope stresses work making American Catholic men regular at the sacred Another reanon Kl\eN: by graduate study to gee their this educational system of

table of the l Eucharist-Priests and members received a the Archblthaa! for the advice and understanding, ours runs quietly, cs a great
.f the II *I to the enlargement of
strengthening yName support
heartfelt "veil done" from Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley. river. but it brings saving
Society was the help the Catholic school system, so to
knowledge.: and Iran living
Holy Name men were call forts to interest other men in expected from members In that it may excel in the (fu. all\ the people of our Diocese,

of Christ the Church I'd upon to redouble their efConvention- the parishes in the Holy pulling Into effect the decrees lure as it does today and be and it refreshes and cleanses,

< as a great river is supposed
1 y I a lo do JSo greater contributioncan
+ mw
he. made to the stability,
VATICAN CITY (NC) Only the third public sea Church is building itself up." health and wholesomeness of

ion of the Second Vatican Council since the opening in America, said the Archbishop -
He railed the documents
1962 was marked on October 28? by Council Fathers and ads bv which the Church i, pST NOIVi than our Catholic\ schools

Pope Paul VI by the final passage and promulgation of perfects Itself and strengthess : r >'item,

concilia documents. The morning's public congregation develops, renews and + ; a Resides the help from Holy'

began at 9 a.m, with the procession of the College of Cardinals sanctifies Itirlf" Mme Societies In the' continuing

down the center aisle of St. Peter Basilica, for the AR ISpr challenge at higher
If we look at it carefully
+ standards .( quality la our
papal concelebrated Maw of the Church to discovernot he said, "all this effort! at
tAMPA school*, he said the men are
The accent "ss on world the years of its old age perfecting the Church Is summoned la Intensify their

peace at the ceremonies when but rather the youthful energyof nothing other than an exprei work In the impressive!
its lasting vitality, to establish awn of love for Christ Our
the f fP fs achievement af bringing men
Holy father
promulgatedthe Lord, that Christ who arouses
a new relationship between
rr j la :Mass and lo Holy ton
five council documentsThe the time which pastes within the Church the demandto :e sq munlon,

Pope said in his speechto and the work of Christ feel Itself faithful, to keep
the Church" Itself authentic and coherent. r Monilgnor: Harold F Jordan
council Fathers that he
living and fruitful-the Christ diocesan spiritual moil
|>raed that order and JUI- He said that there is noquettmn
who call It and guides it toward erator, who presented tha
lice. concord and true peace of proceeding to a rtw
Himself<< its divine Archbishop at the annual contention
be restored in historical ,.
may happily reconstitute .
Spaise."This banquet, was
nations where peace Is of the nature of the Church
movement has its speaker at the convention'sprincipal
troubled by so many tears" The question is rather tomake
in the Mass the next
cause precisely ap' 'IS- day.
the Church
Pope Paul emphatlred the more capable t of its
nlnulnK energy, t I 11 a l 111 l y developing miMionof that function with which Tampa drew the delegates to(
good in the renewed condittoni
and progress .( the tlinrth. Christ endowed His mystkal I the Sunday noon ceremoniesof

of human society. and social Body and which \ procession prior to this>
He told the Fathers they 'That It why you have brings into evidence and "I '..... 12 ::10 dock Mass celebrate
were well aware of the importance .. l 4w .' ..
come and these concludingacts effectiveness an apostolic and I\ t by Monslgnor Irvine fsugent!
and C __ :
repercuiuwns of the council are providing pastoral hierarchy which i If diocesan chancellorMonslgnor .

which (the promulgated documents you with an experience draw its words. Its grace and Name Jordan pointed

) will have throughout of this: The Church lives. its power from the Lord Himself banquet for diocesan Holy men out that that day was the

the world and for the future"' The Church li thinking, the 11ff'1t'nf'l. perpetuates, beast of Christ the King This
Monal from left Frank J Pries, Father
He told them they had come Church is speaking I the transmits, exercises and d.. Archbishop JOlW'ph.r-J Burley( 1 Johnnie II Montgomery are feast day h* said, should' ha

to the council "|oleelth life Church is growing, the 11)11\ :, bark pate was guest speaker at the cnven. (nor Mark J. Mcl/iughlin, Charles Gnrnelwa A, Dougherty, William of special significance to this

Hon banquet on October 30 In Tampa P llemwl Moniignor John J. Mul F Kuhr. Arnold I'anrraK and men who revere the name rf

for the Holy Name men of the lens, James J. McAuliffe, diocesan John C. IVIhl. The! last three ..1'11111I""y" Name men

Sacred art fashionedin |Dkreese| !Seated: In the background, president ; Archbishop Hurley and named are Holy Name deanery He urged' the men to live so

from left are Daniel A, Naughton Harold Pavia; in the foreground, presidents. that their every action gave
mutant praise tn Christ.
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Although our Father Is and

Italy for Cathedral Declaration and decrees wills In be> Inc all\ men, ha

ritnilnned, ., are blessed

the Ha hat
among many

HT, At Til'STINK Within the month according to Ural color of polished w-nod. Effects .of Council documents to be felt been given the Mass and the

word received here, statue for the Cathedrals main altar ()n either Nell of than statue, ssrrawtrnts brlat bee railed

I rerrdoa win leave Italy by ahfp for St. Augustine when they are placed In the MS U b* Ills see, to I* III.I'l'Ppll' .
ell In the brut three sessions The declaration on Iht
Jame ( II'Nelll) ,
Marble from Cathedral will he M Peter Bj
July for the sanctuary is already on the all ('hun'h' relations. with .
diN unients mxihrlntlans
with h.t the right, and "'.\1I('.\\ fin (CM') tthen<< the Recoixl Vatican mlfive' In
meanwhile ,l lbililv l-
ftlfth eras en route to the Florida coaatMonslgnor weir |Itfll"IIIII.tPd. These (' offers the" bam. We are belts cif a re ,pnn
St Augustine of Hippo at the Council end sometime on or about rc-embrr ft Its
a' well as a calling lla
John P, Burn. dealt with the liturgy, mama for a dialogue Mwwn red
Cathedral I pastor was in converse. In fcTmafi' with UKartirt / left work just beajma. An ecumenical council ki rurtnu This wmmunlrallonii. the natureof glona that hat a l>ren, If salu'tlvely t continued (.< "! has been ,,11I11 l

rnrooe recently In Uipert family at Ortiset, the ftirrardt Mnmder Is carv la because of the fact that when It rennen to exist, it la the fhul'th. e'amenium .' hiwtile 'Inward eai.h In us but H* e.11|>ecls a returnon

some of the art befog readied MIM' 'iPrlfUecardn il \big the rerodoa and the tester.Tw. really Mill in Ita infancy.For and the lantern: ('hun..... other at leant ImMferenl" sod His. g,nHlnevA
MorMer met the angels .ornament\ .lot take the five documents alias.'suit, nmit equip nurielves la
for the heauttfirarMa of the' example pmmulfiateil by
Priests. at Msawi to tale tofi of Ik* ere4n. and their the of Christ ta
bring message
Cathedral r'lIl1 fktobrr 2* solemn The time new dneiiinenls are decree
Pt-I'| on at a council meeting I. to the (hut
them to the stadia where. heeds and. free of ,
are Ivory theme" abash us. the modersfnrsaid
He traveled bv train front states are bf'1IIC caned- t. wills gabled womVen bmli.a At that meeting which was In its way more ceremonial the 'fruits *f a loag period. more Intimately aftat t IN .
Rome through Florence, and the Second Hut they Mill hate In he> Inearpnraled (hunh within itself the" ruse
decorate the reredoi of |*t Joseph i Moenoer is thesrulsW thanaujaif Convent: hes<|.|usr.
.r f
the Me of In the Into the "lowly dealing with It* lUshnpa Is
Trent to ItoUaM There hewent altar of the Cathedral for the statue of Vatican Council approvedfive the hurrbS .
by I'.r8to to mountainous Christ the King di r MMinU. that wUI rnorthTtiM. living probably lIMo that will Tampa, t h. Morldan.mund .
part of northern Italy ( heist the king I. depicted have the firaalaa-t, ImmmlMileVMMIIJI ,
where the town o( Ortia is U m...mrttt.1| site .( .liandtaned The family has a Indllloaf love an Immense effect e.n are to 'frusta tf four "me of them are already .\ :yet i men' were present

located .*..... .MM>ranliig<<, the art hat- ('aathelse" and asm-Catholk* annual iraalMU of the ewer having an rife t. beak page for' the program events.iiojjsK .

lag krea .handed dies. ''r... for years to com .
rather Joseph I. Daw ton The vectmenU af the .(a(...
.. .. t. thinTbal
father U I. generations The i II a .pravtaa
another dmcean Priest, went will be gilded and to .heeds. u. they will haw aa
with Monsignor Bums to helps face, and feet left in to Ht> Works of sacred art baseMen MialameiK
effect K they ate ""

.. rasiMitaatoned tram dlf ed and M. they are chaaneMtoto .

tersest lire. cMte of K.reenand : the doily Die' sal qua. r"'". : ()Jot ST. 110UH'I1NJ:
esectrtwl In their ...... .
kit aaaKatit
one at well a. af
At Brussels, .M Itll the grandfather cult tvnt'mnrmgiAmtna :
of Records sot Joseph ,
"kr The I...sag to keep U mind l II
1 Mortxtrr received nwegaiti.nof
tIN I ftMwraity to searedbewPoesU
a hicti ender and a gold October 21, 1963
dawn '_1.
medal for his srvtature l I" lay "

had earned. a silver medal I pin rather then particular.
aeries It .M *p t* ether or
earlier in M tuis Mlaaanri..
'tk faaUMttaaa after to eamritnmrfeaVi
In 1'iM He also pIe rr to tfoaalafe tot
in Paris and iMiabruckmt
priaristr .thus t factual aafHirattans .
k of their potonalf Dear Reverend FotKt

-. v > wmlrarrtaifs HodIf1
At t to (hbbee M atartlagof
t 'a', pr** nr'4' in OM to-
I c I. cum at (Maser (Hlwrsa .... ratMCll .HMTt loam VVHtsfcaa The onnunl qvetr t for iuacrtptoni( to THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC will
ad to Ps.* gave toto
;;? : .PIt' churn af M tlrtct U launched Sunday November 7lh.It .
l world] five Aicamoxs a ,
A great uarla u atlfl
dwlaratkaa. MI to Ctarrheasicialh <
;:: r,K a* a doper ofu
clay! toletsies wMA ssa(1Hstuni ti o mortar of greot regret to rra that the Voflwo Coiinfll maetlng sin
rtt _. the J....
'- M"rnrfer krouVrs were olaant f from the Diocese Mr time I hod to give
s awl ..,.... an the pMloriilhsties $ Rant oblige me to r" of ( hoped ,

f a spipe.suca. while .. W Rulmpa. M OtrUrftanM pertanol attention to this cone. ond to confer with Priest and people In the vorlov
r t >n srkooU art
i Ir r\ have a studs them ....... semaBarle and parishes' otovt our pvrpoia of making this DiocftOft (avrrwl I of the gre.it tt possible'' '

11 i a< .a./rarvrrs and service to Catholicity during Photo limes of unreal and c....... In mjr oUerxa, I

t ru'iived, / M eiMtiling Biihop.elect Tanner desire list aoch of our Pnatti ond ip eioll/ our Potton, lobe m/ piece! in !er*<9t3!""
c "( red art
sets comecratlonMMimjTON the clrtvlotion of THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC ueitll It secedes In ltendylriJ' .rw-.oWl"f.
: >l..*lg'*r R.,.. WMI) \O-Can
| influence, on cods of our Catholic (Emilia
lath ('r.m Italy' the word thai arraOan of Rtafcap-ekKt" Paul,

Ike ....."..<< aid .lal..rsf V Taaaa .. titular Basks* ,.f.fIjMaaoha

.e Ike (atWdral saortaaryre .sJt. take pee mla I aaneidf'e THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC to, U, with time pulpit' .. *.

matiHlre the beauty 4 of aid the wM Calk es.hoare .- .* ........ inrMki af kt Immsrataa tdmol, a "Ws>'isl'lx I-port'llllt port of .toIe t4cHlntj por.)tla I h |tho CW.,. Yet
.haw en
T tfrsl mmeaety| HntoBjiMt* It anroyHoa*t oar actors crlvt end taoWua! intend. In o elnlng susacstpien. rW THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC

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Statue for Cathedral < -..ff' Batt cress Lie Lea A O Bay* ., WaafcasftM and

tuamded Ie atN. tie' eb., Aiihtuli Watts B OH L .e4A41

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reoie w .. note of If.* The ..,... was1 a* 4..liw4 eof
for St AisajtwUske. FVxwU, Here. UotMStajer Mw
rhrerh M JM<.* wthe ay Atritojksf) Karl J
I' HutiM Catbednl. a.i Ramuto hl.
prnur hstannd a are WaM nit air AMor .f ('..__. vie has
ir &"..Q\' nw III fruit -f taw ante of CVM tWKmc vest wad %J the Mir aide .... a assart.i af .. M H>

which when fUl"IHo,1 l wtf .. placed to lie athe UU... not wall AI aj aMaliiafrra ...,.. Ix I'

CathmitaJ aaaclttary. akrwa sill .bnaar M I'atrwk /eeL

Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, November 5, ]96.')

Washington- letter Florida I DCCW corner ]

I "
reportsOrmond If must, this 1
"QHOOT, you

Plan to bring more Cuban refugeesAS Beach But iJ spare old your grty country'sflag head ek ": nrs. James

ST. BRENDAN she said.
many as 5000 refugees Ing In the U.S., and second ago simply went back to Cubain Lecher
Father Neil A. Sager, In short lines John
pas- two
could come to the United place to persons<< held by Castro a small boat and picked upa
tor, has designated Sunday, Greenleaf Whittier has epItomized 1ct r
States from Cuba each month, as political prisoners, group of persons. At the
November 7, ai "Good WillSunday" the entire legend of ,. DCCW
time, Castro's
If an "orderly" process for Officials here believe that same government at St. Brendan Barbara Frietchie-woman of
has sent a large numberof president
their selection and transportation between 15,000 and 20,000 persons telegrams to Cuban exilesin Church. loyalty, courage, and conic
Is worked out. in Cuba may want to join the US, giving preliminary An open house will be heldon lion In our entire lifetime +JZi M

This is the estimate of experts relatives in the U.S. Officials instructions as to howto that day, on the parish not many of us would' be During the past month hun

who have long been con here also place the number of get relatives out of Cuba grounds, for the purpose of. called upon to display our dreds of our members .'td

cerned with the Cuban refu political prisoners at about by boat. acquainting non-Catholic courage so dramatically, but their loyalty to the council by
gee problem. 30,000,, but Cuban exiles in this friends with the new liturgy each of us at one time or another attending their deanery meetings.
The Department of Health
country insist the number is and the educational facilities will be faced with a situ.
Some refugees already have
: .
Education and Welfare is In
closer to 80,000. offered by a parochial school allots that calls for all the
arrived in Florida in small
the process of setting up a A display of Catholic art that w. can muster Here too, we find another
boatloads, obviously with the There are many logical reasons courage
new registration list and has of It takes courage
type courage.
will be shown, some of which and we display ours In a
approval of Castro. But the why a person wanting to devised a form for this put.pose. from the Vatican. Two for a brand new and/or
Red boss of Cuba has not yet come here from Cuba would comes much more subtle way.
completed the small affiliation to host
responded to efforts by the have to be screened. If there concerts of Catholic music Women hear DCCW official There are at many types of a
forms are to be mailed to the will be directed by Mrs. John there situations deanery meeting. It also takes
United States, through the are to be categories, for this courage as are
I H E W's Cuban
Refugee The concerts will be loyalty and cooperation on the
For instance
demand it.
Swiss Embassy in Havana, to reason alone it would be Emergency Center, Freedom at 2:4S and 4.15 Mrs. Byron Quinn, right, president of the St. that part of the membership.
presented : : the first time are
have the exodus regularizedand necessary to establish that an Tower, Biscayne Boulevard, Joseph Guild, Winter Haven, introduced to wom-
systematized. Indicationsat applicant has relatives hereor Miami, Florida. Forms are p.m.Parishioners will four en of the pariah Mrs. George Coyle of Jackson- asked to address the be entire AU these qualities were
man It onlya
is membership. may much la evidence la the
the moment that Cas a political prisoner.
were very
available at the various of.
stations in the church and one ville, center, who ia past president of the DiocesanWomen' simple report on the last
Above all this the U.S. could meetings
tro was determined to handle fices of the Immigration and beautifully planned
at the school. Stations In the Council and a former officer of the card party, but as chairmanit
the matter his own way. reasonably want to know Naturalisation Service and we are grateful to
church will offer informationon NCCW. Also a guest at the dinner meeting was Is responsibility. Just
In a speech last September something about the character throughout the country, : your those affiliations who were responsible. -
Baptism, holy water, Con Mrs. Cyril Sedding of Jacksonville left the thought of facing all those
28, Fidel Castro offered to let and background of any The National Catholic Wel past The deanery presidents
fession and the stations of
Castro is president of the DCCW. people turns your knees to also to be
Cubans with families in the person willing to fare Conference which has already are congratulated
the Cross. Vessels, vestmentsand and you are half sick
send to this country jelly for a job well done
U.S. emigrate. Two days resettled over 120,000
missals will be explainedat with stage ir gbt. But somehow -
later, he expanded the offerto The need for the screening Cuban refugees through its a station in the school. Winter HavenST. held In the school auditorium usually by calling on all November Is the month In

include all Cubans who desired has been thrown Into sharp office In Miami and with the The Knights! of Columbus, last Monday (November 1). A the saints in heaven to hold which we pay tribute to the
live in the U.S. invaluable JOSEPH
to assistance of the
relief by the haphazard ar Council 5422, Daytona Beach, report was made on the parish you up, you find the courage courage and loyalty of those
Signing the new Immigra rhal of small boatloads of Miami diocese stands prepare will have a display station in "Service knows no age"was carnival and plans were to make your report. It wasn't who have gone before ua. On
lion Act In the shadow of the Cuban refugees In Florida. ed to provide all necessary the social hall with members the expression emphasized announced for the annualBishopl' easy, but you did it. November 1 we celebrate the
Statue of Liberty on October help in processing and relocating attending to explain the activities by Mrs. George Coyle of Thanksgiving Cloth- Feast of all Saints who are
In one instance Cuban Yes, Indeed, It sometimes
a the refugees as they Jacksonville, guest speakerat
of the K of C,
I, President Lyndon B. John- log Drive.A the great Christian heroes
who came here three years arriver !. the St. Joseph's Guild takes more courage to d. the
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ton look up Castro on his of. Father Sager, Father program on racial harmony simple things that are expected On November 2 we remember

fer, and suggested that the International Joseph Daley and visiting membership supper. was presented in the ot us than t. face a rebel aU the faithful departed and
Red Cross be Priests will say "dry" Masses She urged the Guild memo form of a panel discussion. are consoled by the words St.
asked to help in processing r during the afternoon. The dry bers to give of their service Participating in the discussion army Paul in the reading for the

refugees. Mass is a demonstration of to their pastor and parish, were Mrs. E. M.! Johnson, Then there is the matter of day, "0 Death where la thy
Mass without the actual con realizing that "for the brickswe moderator, Mrs. Ben Canty participating in the new lit victory"
Castro countered that this secration. lay by our heads, hands and Miss Thomasina Calhoun. urgy. On November 11 w.. honorall
acceptance added conditions, General chairmen are Mrs. and feet, only God can say We know wt are supposedto our fighting men, both
Indicating that he wanted only John Van Wicklen, Tom Lelsle 'thank you." Temple Terrace give the responses and to present and past, who have

the Swiss embassy, which has and Charles Sciolino, reception Mrs. Coyle was In on the CORPUS CHRISTIA join in the singing, but nobody helped keep this country free.

been handling our affairs In chairman. groundwork of the organization bazaar will be held on around us is and we shy And on November 25 we give
Cuba, to act as intermediary, of the National Council of the church grounds of Corpus nay from being the one loud thanks for all our blessings,
He then added some condi St. Petersburg Catholic Women in 1920 and Christi parish here on November voice in a group of silent peo both spiritual and material

lions of his own. ST JOSEPHA 1921 and served as its secre 20 and 21. All the parish ple. that were gained for us by

Our State Department said dessert card party, sponsored Is invited for two fun.filled The strange thing about men and women of loyalty,
Castro had "misinterpreted" by St. Joseph's Guild ofSt. tary.Moving to Jacksonville, she days. this situation is that once you courage and conviction.

President Johnson's remarks; Petersburg, will be held In Immediately put into action swallow your pride and do As always,
that the Swiss embassy already the parish hall, on 22nd Avenue her ability in leadership by Sarasota what you know Is right, you Sis Lather

was acting as intermediary South and 21st Street, at organizing the Mother's Aux QUEEN OF MARTYRS suddenly find that you art not
in the matter, and Twelve new members Joined alone anymore. All those silent
1 p m., on November 13. The iliary of St. Paul Church. She
that the President had only public Is Invited. Donation is served as first president of Our Lady Queen of Mar. people come to life Just St. Petersburg
suggested that the Red Cross one dollar the St. Paul's Guild Catholic tjrs Guild at the annual membership because you mustered the

help in processing the refu I4'j Woman's Club, St. Matthew's tea held Sunday, October courage of your convictions

,ees. Castro subsequently revealed LADIES oIl Kef C Guild, the St. Augustine Deanery 24, in the Church hall. and led the way. ST. ANTHONY'S
he Is not letting young Ladles of the Frank J at well as president of Father Joseph P. Moran, Our new music committeeIs
men of military age, 17 to 26 Lewis General Assembly I the Diocesan Council of Catholic pastor, and Father John Mor. paving the way for us to HOSPITAL

years, leave the Island.If Knights of Columbus, are Women in 1933. rlssey, ailstant pastor, joined become expert at singing the (00 Itch Strut Nash-
I" L sponsoring a membership tea Mrs. Calvin Lallurd/ president Mass Let's all follow their advice St Pt*.rttxr,
an orderly beset Mrs. Cyril Sedding of Jacksonville
can .
process ..rd j on November 7 from 1 to 4 of the Guild, and the and practice, practice, "MoJ r Wtl Equipped
what the 1.1.S, wants to a past DCCW
up president
:r I p,m. at the home of Mrs. Joseph executive board in welcomingthe practice Kt..en,WeCandacted
do Is to give first preference also was a guest.
to potential Cuban refugeeswho At membership tea A. Medici 6750 17th Way guests. by
have families already Uv- North, Meadowlawn.CDA The five groups within the Edouard C. Craig $;,t... .( St. FrotlsApprevta1 :
Jacksonville Guild presented exhibits to
The Women1 Guild of Our Lady Queen of acquaint prospective members Cwfmter acid Diitribvttr; Am ricHoly ky

""""""n" "",,""" Martyrs parish, Sarasota, held a membership tea On Thursday, November 11, CHRIST THE KING with their activities and for c.n.,. .1 SIIf'O"1"

recently which all committees made a display the Catholic Daughters of Mrs. George P. Coyle of to encourage them to Join a Vile, Metal. Cess

Support of their activities Pictured in front of a display of America, Sancta Maria 952, Jacksonville addressed members group that sponsors a field of end M.M!i. Tiles,

Your Parish religious articles are, from left, Mrs Alfred will have a day of recollectionat of the Guild of Christ the endeavor In which they are tl7-49'" St. 5*. J47.4IOI Name Church

Hebcrt, Mrs. W G, Ostertag. chairman of 51.Rltt's 9 30 a m. at St. Mary King Church Arlington, during interested

Holy Name Society religious sales, and Mrs Calvin Lailurd, will Church be The Father retreat H. T master Lltts the annual membership Mrs. Stanley Hytrek. chair- JACKSON'SSHOES
president of the Guild. meeting Mrs. Cojle chose asher man of St. Rita's altar group; ALPINEThe
"' \ttt't"""""" STB. Everyone Is welcometo
topic "Down Memory St. Joan's sewing group of
w bring a friend. ljn." outlining the. history which Miss Rose Govone Is *l M. Kurt;*) Horn
for t". f ,
not in
I HOLY FAMILYThe of the St. Augustine Diocesan chairman; Mrs. Mark Peters, Horn C"',. Nursing DON BARDEllA

annual silver tea In Council of Catholic Women, St. Agnes' group chairman; I4MSTJ Mtn.gr

honor of the Sisters of St. from Its Inception to the prey Mrs. W. G. Ostertag. chair. US list Are, S.gthROOF 441 C..t.1 Ae. 142.IW
for the mostof Dominic who teach at Holy ent. man of St. Rita's religious
Family School will be sponsored Each circle exhibited a sales; and St. Francis of Assist

vacation by the Women's Guildon decorated table with a statueof group of which Mrs. Dan
pleasure November 14 from 1 to 4 its patron saint Judge Jr. Is chairman all presented

p m. In the school exhibits. ftusuif auwo r Sill.Teiia,3a.

See ALL of Florida ST. JOSEPH MANOR SACRED The Women's HEART Guild of Sacred Rose Mrs.Govone Jennie, and Hebert Mrs., Ellen Miss $4>$A HeWIT wio

There will be a silver tea Heart
heard Kelly
parish a were cochairmen for : ,
II uA at St. Joseph's Manor, 2335 talk on "The Problems Fac the tea. *
I.akevlew Avenue South, sponsored ing Jacksonville" given by 344.9041;
by the Auxiliary on November guest speaker, Ted David Bradenton ;,, 14 MOWN tAf St, P.t.nbur1444E
21 from 2 to 4 p.m. aide to Mayor Louis Ritter of ST JOSEPH *< 9e State teeflafte. ftk Shed, Nash-

The public Is Invited to at Jacksonville, at the Guild's Effective November 7 St.

tend. October meeting. Joseph Church will add one ROBINSON
Mais to their Sunday Mass INSURANCE AGENCY

Port OrangeEPIPHANY Guild members were schedule, making their winter JOHN H.
praised for their efforts and RAFFTERY
endeavors in helping to make schedule of Sunday 1111 C."tr.l ($)
{ At the October meeting of Masses as follows: St. Joseph A",., WtsW ;
annual fill carnival
the Epiphany Women's Club, huge success. a :28th Street Church-4. I, 10, S.. .I"'i' 142.2MI
final plans were made for the 11 a.m. and 12 noon; 12th
ry annual turkey dinner to be Frank Scruby, local attorney Avenue Downtown Chapel .7

given on Sunday, November and member of Sacred and 9am. announces Father J. Lee I.n.d
14, in the parish social hall. Heart parish, gave a resumeon Cornelius Dougherty. ..
Itll Serving hours will be from the "Tax !MUlage and WhatIt Prald.ntN

12.30 to 6 p m. Mrs. T J. Waiters Means" on October M. The DunedinOUR
and Mrs. Bernard J Svo- meeting was .held, In the parish LADY OF LOURDES

boda are the chairmen of the hall but open to the pub As of October 31 and until I
i affair lic, further notice the Sunday

St. Jude's Circle will ipon- ASSUMPTION Masses In Our Lady of L w LM is Feoei.,
are a dessert card Lourdes Church, Dunedin
party on
Friday November 19 The October meeting of Assumption will bt at T,13o,10 and 11:30 Pr 5'Tea.ei.e. .rafA
at 100 : u. ., a eh4 ",....
p m. In the social hall. Parish Guild was am. aeNwa er a.r rwwe err ..l r. '...1W.ZMyOM '
Plans are also under
The Sunshine State h Amerlni limN for the annual Christmas way gift

playground. See why. shop. Besides handmade gina
there will be a white elephant ss.t>i tsar nit

fee the Gulf Coast and the Culf Stream table and a bakery and candy va enjoy tAla

(for fishing), Bee the nation's oldest. department.
Father David Page showed Family-
city or Cape Kennedy (for contrast). Interesting color slides of

See the Everglades (just for fun) I Iv Washington, D C and historic ORDERTODAY
spots In Virgioa. Restaurant
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settle here to stay. Maybe )'()u'1l be one 4% I. .... 21 yeah'

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Does your congressman really work? .' !i: ). HymnsFor

MEMBERS of Congress art for information on the contents v
about their I of bills and recommen-"

image, a neurons that seems datiops with respect: to how
to afflict politician. theatrt they should be disposed of

cal and television performer members do not usually pay t4'r4 k BenedictionThe
and others much in the public John C. 1'O'Brlea much attention to speeches or

eye The congressmen know debate unless the speaker (

that hundreds of their const!. )' happens to be known as an Florida Catholic is pleased to publish me* gain the

tueots during visit to the unusually gifted orator. hymns for Benediction in English. Please clip and save Uuso
Capitol make a point of
getting I Put how can the tloltors 1 In hymns.
a ticket to the visitors'galleries
the galleries be Informed
to their
see representatives about the legislative process? O Salutaris
perform. And the the roll U called, they will ;

lawmakers know too. that walk! out again In a few Recently anew York congressman 0 saving Victim, opening wide

constituents: often go back minutes the performance may Barber Conable. The gate of heaven to us below;
home with unflattering reports be repeated made a novel proposal for putting Your sacrifice: of self for u.

of what they have seen. a better face on the proceedings Does<< aid supply and strength bestow.
:None of this conforms to the for the benefit of visiting
Such reports would be' a way the Kiting constituent constituents lie suggested For this, your gift, be endless praise
matter of concen to a congressman had thought a great deliberate that the visitors' galleries: o loving God, 0 Trinity I

at any time. e body would conduct it. be enclosed by a glass partition r We know that this provides the way

Unless a major bill is being self. and earphones provided To everlasting life with Thee I

debated or an importantvote How the constituent may for the visitors. As the visitors This gift from God on high to men

imminent, the chancesare ask himself can members act listened to what was going on, Is greater than the lye can see;
the visiting constituent intelligently on legislation if an announcer stationed within It is the food which Christ docs send
would not find his senator or they are not present to listento the glass enclosures would Workshop in Church music, TampaA To help ui gain our sanctity

congressman on the floor atall. debate or if they read a gi\e a running explanatory
There would be present newspaper while debate is going commentary, accounting for workshop in Church music was Mans In English" and aim en hymn Tantum Ergo

only the majority and minority on? the absence or inattention of conducted recently at Most Holy Name From left are Mr Andrews, Nick

leaders, their assistants and members by explaining the Church, Tampa. Carroll Thomas Andrew Agliano choir director, Mina' Franco Down In adoration falling

the chairman of the committee Committee work work they do on committeesand << *, director of Church muaic for Lcto organist and Father Richard J. Lo! the sacred Host we hall;
at ,,what of Lot O'er ancient forms departing
handling the bill under stage parliamentary
the Diocese conferred" with members Wagner C.SS.R., pariah Priest
consideration.One What the .\'t'rai1e'llIltJn procedure the bill hewers rites of grace prevail;
constituent docs not know I ia before the house happcndcd of the pariah on the singing of the Faith for all defects supplying,

.r mother Itr f three that most of the business of to be at the moment. Where the feeble senses fail.

might be reading a report Congress Is conducted off the The proposal is probably too

t* aa almost empty chamber. floor of the meeting chambers. startling to win much support K of C re-e/ec/s/ Cites/ Arab support for To the everlasting Father
A visitor unfamiliar with the from the tradition bound members And the Son who reigns on high;

way Congress conducts Its All are members of one or but it might make the With the Spirit blest proceeding
business could be forgiven for more of a dozen standmltrommlttl'ft proceedings of the senate and John IV. AfcDev/ff/ Council statement on Jews Forth from each eternally
Be salvation honor blessing
concluding that this was a which do the actual
the house more Intelligible to \E\: \ 's OltK (NO) John
funny way ta mike laws for work of analysing bills Might and endless majesty Amen
visitors, W. McDevitt' of Malden Massachusetts .n SXI.KM, Israel (NC' ) iVnpite Arab prmwuret ,
the country.It and making recommendations was reelected have the Ecumenical Council' statement on Chrintinn-" Prim: You have given them bread from
would not be surprising that they be pasted or Disproves Supreme Knight of the Knightsof heaven Ir.( T. Alleluia)
defeated. When the visitor Ji"wmh relation dropped} | some influential Arsbn actually
If he thought most of t b e (Columbus 1.200.0110memher
finds the floor empty t h a fraternal fav"''ired the document Initial approval to the statement People' Having all sweetness within It
members' were out watchinga
members are not at a baseball Catholic The Jerusalem Post Weekly on the Jew. (Alleluia
baseball game or were at at the quarterly meetingof
the race track.Senators park or a racetrack; they the board of directors here. puhlurM-d (\ tobrr 15 an analyst 'The Church driervrs I lo he Priest;: Let us pray: 0 Cod who In this
are attending meetings oftht'lr Others reelected were: of the "second thoughts miabdum" wonderful sacrament left us a memorial
Imitated rather than crlllrls-
time,in as the a senate rule chamber spendmore committees held before on lending which school foes Dr John W Griffin of Hughes- \I by Pmhaa K:. Lap.Idt ed In this new tItlludc," Saabwrote. of jour passion, grant we Implore
than members of thehouse are ville, Maryland. deputy supreme who has written extensively you, that we may so venerate
do in theirs perhaps bills. VIMIHK \, Indiana (NCI) knight: ; D KramlsSul- on the subject of the the sacred mysteries of your Body
because there is limit Since members rely mainly A government official hat looms of North Haven Connecticut cnuncll declaration *It now approaches the and mood as always to be consciousof

the time a senator no may consume on I on the committee reports lathed out here at critic of !, supreme\ secretary; It noted that a book on Koran's, concept of the unity the fruit of your redemption. You

in making a speech Catholic education and said Harold J Lamholey of Mon 'lirael recently published In of God'f congregation, is well who live and reign with God the

while a MUll member Is Catholic I / Catholic schools are of "(''rlti- 1'CJf'18(1nlln.. supreme advocate. pt-"Urailiyaat by Ah.m.d a* the unity of the People of Father In the unity of the Holy Spirit,

limited to five minutes. But press cal value ; Binhnp Charles P. Raha e e-Din editor of the the Holy Scriptures, which Is God forever and ever
Tnited States tinderf'"r.! Greco of Alexandria Louisiana Cairo weekly AI Mmusawwar made up of Jews, Christians
en Robert an occasion F Kennedy when of Senator NewYork urged lobe beaconfor tary' of labor John F HenIng supreme chaplain; and state that! "The Vatican and Muslims, who worship PeopleAmen..

known a Catholic. laid the home Dr Gerald J, Luna of Hamil Council's decision, far from God. .IIINNNINNNN/N.NNNIINNNINNNNNN/N/NNN

member, a, was nationally making hisrn.ld.ft other/ media and school<< association of ton. Ontario supreme physician being objectionable should
Queen' of Peace parinh here'God be welcomed by the Arabs in Africa in ((896Beatification
speech a rathercritical .\LT.\.\M>ni \, Louisiana and man require that fraiKlt J lleatel of Ash. since It serves their interests Martyred

commentary on theadministration's (:?nC) The Catholic press w. cherish and serve our yule North Carolina, whoered "
foreign policy must show a maturity whnhwill brothers" Jew I'roteitant as supreme treasurer
he spoke to empty hook _hit h has aV- held
The ceremonies
be a beacon to others, atheist, agnostic. men of for 22 years' chose not to
seats. M llaiman and of moobelief ready been quoted In severalt'gvpllan ,
Archbishop Philip every belief men stand for reelection.To .
Even when a session of recently told a aosilhcentralregNmal tied and man forbid succeed Heaiel, I h aboard : puh'katinno, bouts

either branch is well attended meeting here of the that we ignore' thf'4tl"O., disown named Daniel L. MeCormlck thai racial anti Semitism Is for missioner Priest of France
the vfctttmg constituent is Catholic Prcta AawMabwn the poor, or acorn the of Maplewood.\ New 'torrID U the Arab world

bkely to fund the proceedings Archbishop Hnnn noted table.** told and man "Insist Jrrnev, who |. a member of "In the first place lircame
ewrfwring Whrfe member h that VAlir.VN NIT (>C) Father Jacques) FVrthleuSJ. rite In the morning were iAardmaly /
that the secular (preen Mi the that we achwve a society the supreme hoard II. had the Arab' themselves are ,
speaking' other members maybe pat four years hat shown M will. honor the nobility of the Keen serving as assistant supreme SemMea, and secondly be- a French mtaaionary Priest. killed In Africa nosily ( numemus ur. II.

reading ne,rwpers writIng increasing< trend to reporting human stunt and the desperate treasurer cause the Koran did not ar- 70 years ago, was beatified in ceremonies at St Peter' athvi i,the and Malagasy diplomats Republic representing
letters, converting with the total ef the happentnga bodily. needs of those who
picture The board also dealgnatedRobert the theory of Jrau hang bUIII('a.
refit ..nd1 '.. Also present
comforted In thinkingthat (
their neighbor or strolling/ out are
at the. Ecumenical; share the divine image W Dawnon of AH u- "
tag It slates The O tolier 17th ceremony won't hll the Jesuit :
to take a smoke in the lobby. his protection \ can superior general
still. have ,.
Council But they
bkeeesa New Mexico past cited
ouerue The book la further asbtaniMK
began at 10 a m with a formal In missionary Father Pedro Arrur
Some tunes' the dm herwncf lacking sustaining ,
to .k atd. .
far *
a way go stale deputy as supreme the ectahuahment of
C'fcrUllaa educa- reading of the apostolic J.
so herd that the presiding officer This gives effort to which today the s
has to rap for order. "lee U the lime far the lion "Imperative dlmemloiit," warden the Jewish. date of Israel on brief Inscribing the Jesuit Catholic Church pled.**. itself When the Pope ram to SI.
(atholk press I* show the lie taW adding that the CalkIk Catholic the effort. of European: antlSrmilum martyr In the role of the with youthful boldness and Peter's for the afternoon Ctrl-

QuorumQwarwn way. Vie lIoel hate. I* ,hen <<* school "matt appreciateand New paper "If the Arab now. biMiMtl) The reading was fnl- whkh makes us all missionaries molly, he was a< cornpanled by
rw the eii atl", .nal irportlngf reduce the social crises to start Nov 7 adays (hart ttvemwlve the vie. (owed by M..l offered by ." :M Cardinals, as well at by
call also strikeVtMws ," saM lima of a famallral 7.ioni.tJewtah Archbishop Jerome liakoto- In
the costar f the separately
press age: P.\SS tIC New Jersey (NCI Speaking dignitaries who had t taken
as a strange caperA .\rrhhl,,n llanna. fsrmereditor aggression, they a r a malala of Tananarive in t h French to numerous French part In the morning rita,
member' annoyed by. the *f the alkollc Stan.dard.1 "The Christian who owM The llyMnune C a tho 11 l i r there** only paying the price Malagasy KepuMtc pilgrims\ from the diocese of

lack of attention hi* speech Nashmgtsn.' relate. Christ to t>* "world Fpan-hy: of Pasaeric" will begin of ewfttairica of Eurepe.n: r*. After the J. Pf hail p a I d Saint Floor Pop Paul praised lather Rerthlet was bore
is I'f''f..l.II' note the air must oral know Ihrat Ilea pitMicatiM. November et a rial bigotry which rearhrd its s...
hnmag* lo a relic of |llMH>dJacquei the long history of mission .t I polmlhae Franc, *
". be of greet *ervir Mid "tthavl religioustrawiing. weekly newspaper' dMignHt with Hitler's crime In
snare of a qwmtm Bells rag CM erg peak French .
h* said tit+ heatlttcation activities of the "people 37. flag II* ceo ordained *
In Die office of the members to the <. birch and the twit trw Civi loan may feature news of Kaalernriwrrbet the middle of the 3Mh: ren- of the martyr had a '. lit alo made specialnote
lint and for nine
l I. and ultimate Cathnta: and Or May ,
rush errer
and in a few mmvtei members coMamaety. a4 by reviewingmr imply iwy" double iigjiificaM' for t h e nf the mUitonary artlvl-
will itrwajtl in After sIsMlcejMiatia.; (hint by cnn aMMMtalinfl by t b e tfcmtalT- The l>ploV. article also dies mlaiMmary activity of t h ties of the Society of J.su*. years waked at I Prltt let
responding to their names at phaaitMg Mw pMittve ant. world h* wvukd #*n".. Church Present for the beatification' the dloret .f Salnll1our.
for MMa.... H Ca4a IWe4uca4iasi be said prophet of lie Life IM paper will t hetarffM rommesiata H. MM hub, .
w. snavld. p rtra y Catholic decpair now a liI IM by (athollc. Presto writing M the toirut lady We refer to world rotation- Memorial let for with Ms Bishop's permla-
Diplomat appointedIn .. srnoolf and headed .by rather T. m arc day held IhroHftiout the lien In 1173 h* entered the
the Nrengh and .. .... to aod m out L'O,_*t, lest rvr nt) 'r after
South America crf it eecopnne 1M aaerihn'es tk UuUhilKMtalAnAtrt. \ \ of ()oJ1II..., of !M John tk* Bap 0* Vatican (:MWI| had given world he said "And also Boys Town founder novitiate" of the Society of
of Uw H U..M. asd the tautyto (tholic lire Having been ac. tiM Rysmntine CatMr rtetir to refer to the approval WASHINGTON1; (11(: << I The JiM. lie was sent to t h emissions

\ \TIc." CITY tM'-) keep tilt ithMla ....." h. cued of forgetting tile slid. Church, Brrigefort, Connertirut uuun ,,,n,,,,,,," of the schema on the mlation- Hnua has passant' and tent to on Ih. (land of
ArrhhoHno Alfredo RniMera" said. .. Cathodes art now asked ary activity of the C h u r c h, to the Senate a bill authoris .....aacar -. the prcnent-

puttottc anew to Ecuador, The amid.. !-*. to M for te forget' the Clwreh" The efarrhy. or diocese. ef Support voted MI by the fewmenkalCouncil log Boys Town N *r...ait day Malagaty Republic and
alt been traiwrferred by P.p. the wisdom of iTinrt not for The solution .la not "a new Paitak was eatahlnhed IDIM erect In Washington a mcmiK4 reached. the hug Island off
I'MI1! Ie l'nacvarhrrt he Your Parish meet hotw" fI' Suwseigsnr th. sail coed of Africa in
cutting f>me'' We mitt' arraraf, ht said. W* and is headed by Riots" >p l'" Paul lakf ". Derek In
will "hate similar rank His replacement .. ; ard J (lays fMremncr, 1179
stand m f the (" K lakef r -t as>tr ate rattier than Stephen J, Knritko It e rhampln .f ('a I hoik prearkv
in Ecuador was Je ta t'_:' r '.3RS. eita-g: the altar and t .b a brace U states along C.! Holy Name Society Ing .( the '.'iH I It hrld uabefore Town founder A (tense situation. between
not Immediately announced 1'he memorial. nf the. J'r lIaI Frame and the a.tv| rulers
Ar' H -? IU::-an t&A.: w 4. eaiteni icarxiard. ."" ", '''''''''''' a. almost ai If U h.wetldrnre
who dt..l In IMA, will hi In of Ih* liland espteted Into
W authentic
< aa
lilac,, In time for tile !If"h anniveriarv guerrilla warfare FatherHT
.f life lived
lift a silently of IM fanmsnK of .MMI.. who had l brought the
and dramatically" la a iprelflc
FVivs Town in IwT: spweenreMpr Gospel to parts of the Satan
Just like historic moment 14 I. a real
anynewspaper. ewer reached! before by e
el hale ad geographical
The hills whl (b passed the Priest was capture by t b a
sphere that wklrN It In
reality .
H"'ise bY a vow. e voe. .tiputin guerrillas and tortured to
the llIteu'7 ( hiirrk.
that there be no rot t f > ernmvnt cnnnOlf..tJtJtI June I, 1/M, refusing !to the!
Ft j- He Mid that In venerating Ih. f inw :
it could be li t'te martyr memory, .e the mtmotial lad to renounce" hit Faith

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The Life of Our LordNathanael Second Vatican Council

c CommentThe :' convinced

: Declaration on the

importance of the Catholic press 'Thou art the Son of God'

relation of the Churchto
EVER since the first copy rolled off in the heart of man. That is why it is EARLY on the journey to

press on December 1, 1939, so vital to the Church at this time for Philip, a fellow.

The Florida Catholic has been blessed every Catholic to be spiritually renewed townsman of Andrew and
Peter was added to the small t
with a continual growth both in circulation enlightened and dedicated. which non-Christian religions
of disciples
group was
and we trust ui quality news The Florida Catholic is the officially building up around Jesus.Philip's Frank J. f.rSheed
designated organ by means of which
first to
coverage. act was bring
Our increase in circulation large the Catholics of our Diocese are nourished Natharael, a man of Cana, I'OLLOWI: is an English Declaration on the Relation Pope Paul VI on October 3,
with the knowledge for r translation of the text of of the Church to nonChns1965..
though it may be has not kept pace necessary to his new Lord.
with the phenomenal growth of our their ever-expanding role It is impossible One gets the impression that the Second Vatican Council's tins religions, proclaimed by

Catholic population. That a considerable to meet challenges. of the adult Philip fairly exploded t h e 1. In our time when day by day man the mystery of the Church it remembers

number of our people should bedeprl't'd world if one has only a child's knowledge great news in Nathaniel's kind is being drawn closer together, and the bond that spiritually ties the peopleof

of the spiritual and intellectual of religion face: "We have found Him of the ties between different peoples are becoming the New Covenant to Abraham's stock.
whom Moses in the law and that there Is of Christ
suggests acknowledgesthat
ever stronger, the Church examines Thus
nourishment of the Catholic is Tope Pius X had this in mind ,,when
press the prophets did write, Jesus more in the phrase than more closely her relationship to non-Chris according to God's saving design the
a tragedy at any time but particularlyat at the turn of the century, he said: the of Joseph of !Naza call and her
son simply what we now extrasensory tian religions, In her task of promoting beginnings of her faith electionare
the present when the eyes of the "To be a Catholic and at the same time reth" (John 1, 45)) perception. Whatever unity and love among men, indeed among found already among the Patriarchs,

entire world look to the Catholic to be indifferent to the Catholic pressis NathanaM was totally un happened under the fig nations, she considers above all in this Moses and the prophets.- She professes that

Church for leadership. a patent absurdity" impressed. "Can good tree it loomed large in hi I s declaration what men have in common all who believe in Christ Abraham'ssons

As a result of Vatican Council II the This year the annual subscriptiondrive come from Nazareth any?" be mind and he had thought it and what draws then to fellowship according to faith ((6)) are includedin

Church of the Apostles without losing for The Florida Catholic will be asked his own secret Possibly tone One is the community of all peoples the same Patriarch's call, and likewise

its identity, has taken on a new vigor held on Sundays. November 7 and 14. man's guess being as good asanother's one their origin, for God made the whole that the salvation of the Church la mysteriously
He have been ) he had been wrestling foreshadowed by the chosen
may expressIng human race to live 0the face of the peo
end a new appeal For the first time in1U Your diocesan newspaper represents a
the contempt of a biggish there with a strong temptation exodus from the land of bondage
pie s
the Church vital communications link between earth (1)). One also is their final goal
2000-year-old history you town for a smaller:: neighbor to an act of profitablebut God His providence His manifestations The Church, therefore, cannot forget
looks( out a world that wants to and the Church Why not invest four But base and
upon surely Nathanael was very dishonesty of goodness, His saving design extend to that she received the revelation of the Old
hear its message. Men ire groping in dollars now and you will receive in the simply dismissing the possibility conscience had won. all men (2)( ), until that time when the elect Testament through the people with whom

the darkness! and more and more of mail each week invaluable reading material of the Messias coming Whatever Our Lord's words will be united in the Holy/ City the city God in His inexpressible mercy concludedthe

them each day are beginning to realize that will help you become an from a place which is never meant to him, he seeded no ablaze with the glory of God where the Ancient Covenant !Nor can she forget

that outside the Church there is no alert, mature and intelligent memberof even mentioned in the Old more convincing. "Rabbi." nations will walk In His light (3)( ) that she dram sustenance from the root
God's chosen Testament, and had no connection of that well-cultivated: olive tree onto
meaning people'When he said, "tbou art the SOB of
with King David Mfi expect from the various religions which have been the wild shoots
Never before did the Church have you put jour remittance into God; thou art the King of ,
whose descendant the Messias answers U the tmsolvrd riddles of the the Gentiles ((7)).
such signal I winning The Florida Catholic envelope this Sun. Israel.
a opportunity was to be iceman. condition, whkh today even as
mankind for Chnst.! The Church, in day please remember jour friend or Had Philip bothered to say From so small a thing la former times, deeply stir the heartsof Indeed, the Church betlms that by Ills

turn, wishing to project its fairest image neighbor. Catholic or non-Catholic, that Our Lord had been bornin faith came to Nathanael. men: cross Christ Our Peace reconciled Jews

to the world is at present undergoing who would also thoroughly enjoy The David's city, Bethlehem, he Our Lord told him that it What is man* What is the meaning the and Gentiles, making both one la Himself
of Honda Catholic each You will would have eliminated to the III.(
week. one nothing
: an unprecedented process ie- bas as greatthings aim of our lift* What is moral good, what
pewal! then share with your friend reading ground of scepticism. But perhaps he would yet see. And sin* Whence suffering and what purpose The Church: keeps ever in mind the

New regulations and new liturgies material that will form the basis of a he did not yet know .He went on (John 1, SO)* does it serve* Which is the road to true words of the Apostle about his kinsmen:

however will not of themselves changethe mutual discussion. Besides' you will be about Bethlehem himself, hewas Amen amen I say to you" happiness What are death Judgment and "Theirs is the Kinship and the glory and

world. The only renewal that \is the beneficiary of his yearlong ap a very new disciple it had been "thou" so far retribution after death what finally is the covenants and the law and the worship
Anyhow he wasted no time shall the heaven
-"you see
and the theirs the
that ultimate inexpressible mystery which promises; are
contagious is that which takes place preciation. on argument. From his own opened, and the angels of God encompasses our existence: whence do fathers and from them is the Christ according -

experience one imagines, he ascending and descending upon we come, and where are we going? to the flesh" (mom, I, UI), the

God's worldPolitics had learned that Our Lord the Son of man" 2, From ancient times down to the Son of the v irgin Mary. She also recalls
Himself was better than any Even an unlearned Jew prts
that the Apostles the Church's mainstay
ent there is found among various peoples
I argument. would have kno"1about a certain of that hidden and pillars as well as most of the early
be Christian vocation Jacob's dream (Genesis 28.121) perception pow
disciples who proclaimed Christ's Gospelto
can a lie simply said ('Gme and er which hovers over the course of things
see," which was the pharse of a ladder reaching up to>> and over the events of human history; at the world, sprang from the Jewish peo

OCCASIONALLY ins hear more glorious than addressing Our Lord had lifted Andrew heaven with angels movingup times some Indeed have come to the recognition pleAs
the pulpiton and stuffing envelopes or and John. Nafhanael let and down Its rungs: Justas of a Supreme Being or even of Holy Scripture testifies- Jerusalemdid

the Christian's duty to bea ringing doorbells But with I t I'hilip take him to Jesus. we today need be of no a Father This perception and recogni.. not recognize the !time of her visitation

good citizen.- Usually such enthusiasm and a willingnessto treat learning to have heard ton penetrates their lives with a profound (tl.i nor did the Jews, in large number
rather .
sermons deal with our obligations v learn and to make sacrifices As they met Jesus said: Francis l Thompson's reference religious sense.Religions accept the Gospel; indeed not a few

: to obey civil laws, to Lee J.Tru iC of time and labor, anycompetent 'Behold an Israelite Indeed toThe however that are bound opposed its spreading ((10)) Nevertheless,
In whom there is ," traffic of Jacob'sladder up
? no lUll. God holds the Jews most dear for the sake
tote, to pay our taxes and, man or woman can with an advanced' culture have struggledto
(if need be, to defend our coun expect to rise higher in t h e At first reading we find this answer the same questions by means of their Fathers; He does not repent of the
a little surprising as thoughan Pitched/ betwixt heaven gifts He mikes of the calls lie
or issues
try against unjust aggressors councils of his party. And the of more refined concepts and a more developed .
There is another duty oftltizt'nshlp higher he rises, the more American were to say and Chung Cross. language. Thus in Hinduism, men such U the witness of the Apostle HI),

which seldom is clearly lul'ok.. will be "Good heavens" an honest \s Our Lord rbaage from"thou" contemplate the divine mystery and express In company with the Prophets and the
touched heard. American! But what Our same Apostle the Church awaits that day
upon, except perhapsby / U )0... shows, lie It through an inexhaustible abundance
Father Keller and his I The Important thing Is to Lord is really saving is that was by now speaking set U of myths and through searching: known to God alone, on which all peoples

Christophers. ward the election of nil qualified make that beginning by offering he was a thoroughly honest Nathaniel: only but to t k. philosophical inquiry. They seek freedom will address the Lord In a single voice
true of Israel.
man, a son and
our services- to our local whole group .f( disciples. from the anguish of our human condition "serve him shoulder to lhoulder"lSoph.
This In the duty for those representatives, and to chairman. It (How many others can you 3. 9)) ((12i
er f who to let those representatives know party may seema either through ascetical practices or profound
ui play an far from the remember Our Lord as praising' What He was saying grew Since the spiritual patrimony common
cry answering meditation' or a flight to God with
active role In politics/ and to our opinion on matters that )
telephone at campaign bead- naturally out of what had Just love and trust to Christians and Jews is thus so great
work energetically/ the concern the common good. quarters to making tomor Nathanael neither acceptednor happened, but at least the this sacred' synod wants to foster and
election to office of well-quail- Our Individualote and our row's world a better in denied the compliment spotlight was oft Nathanael. Again, Buddhism, la its various forms. recommend that mutual understandingand
fled candidates.One Individual expressions of one realizes the radical insufficiency of this.
What struck him was that It never fell on him which
which to live But is is only againConsidering respect is the fruit, above all,
this Stranger had talked as that there Is changeable world; it teaches a way by biblICal
reason why this duty t notional when enough dedicated people not which of and thtologlC.lltudJe. as well
men.. in a devout and confident
bas received! little attention set themselves to the task though He knew him and one of the Twelve whose firstIntroduction as of fraternal dialogues.
aspects of citizenship. However spirit nay be able either to acquire the
Nathanael wanted know
that to Our Lord Is True. the Jewish authorities and
be those
may the fact that there is democracy can achieve
it often happens that how Then he got a profound told in like the state of perfect liberation, or attain by who
ill full anything sam followed their lead for
no reference to it In the Gospels potential for good. pressed the
before we come to cast their own efforts or through higher '.
our help
or Epistles This is shock, the profundity of detail it seems strange that death of Christ 131> ; still, what happened'
since in 0 understandable vote, the candidates already It would be well alto If more which Is largely lost upon us we hear so little of him after supreme illumination Likewise, other In His passion cannot be charged
I-ord'i u r liave been chosen or have .C t .ur. youth could be encouraged Our Lord said: "1 saw you wards He figures among the religions found everywhere try to counter the Jews. without distinction againstall
of government day common the form been given heavy backing by .. think .f a possible under the fig tree, before Twelve faNa>s linked with the restlessness of the human heart, each. alive nor against the Jews of today.then Although
was monarchy
It was and their respective political parties career la politics or In government. Philip called you" Philip his sponsor by his in Its own manner, by proposing "a)., the Church u the new of
kings who made emperors the ISMS, not Our choice, at best, is a Such' a career tae To U., it seems that Our other name Bartholomew comprising teachings, rules of life, a a d God, the Jews should not be presented as
limited rites,
one.If be a genuine Christian vocation lord must have seen something of Tolmal.
the citlrens. A citizen's only son rejected or accursed by God as if this
duty was to obey. Obviously we arc going to exert our with almost' limitless possibilities happening without Mine To our world the n 1m. The Catholic Church rejects) nothing that t tI. followed from the Holy Scriptures All

neither Jesus nor the Apostles strongest influence toward the U be a. liutrumrnt there It Is the first of such Bartholomew suggests one Is true and holy la these religions She should see to it. then that In catechetical

could preach on the ohliga triumph of justice and t h c of Gods will.I'sually incidents Knowing all that thing only: on his feast dayin regards with sincere reverence those w a>s work or In the preaching of the word of

ton of a citizen In a democracy common good those of us who It will be there was to follow we" do not the year 1ST occurred' one of conduct and of We those precepts and God they do not teach an)thing that does
when democracy ran do so ought to be activewoikers neces find it very surprimngNathanarl of the most appalling of all teachings which though differing in man? not conform to the truth of the
as we for the Gospeland
know in the political partyof nary political aspirantto : 's reaction h.". massacres aspects from the ones she holds and sets the spirit of Christ
it today did not c v have
e n a bread and butter"
our preference Our Influence forth
nonetheless often reflect a ray of Furthermore. in her
will be magnified a hundredfold profession or job as a base that Truth which enlightens all men Indeed rejection of every

However both the Ro
and the Epistles: are rich In voted for a certain candidate, would augur well for our na.tlon'l Christ 'the way the truth. and the the Jews and potrimonv she shares w rth

emphasis upon nut re pon'lbilily l- but are known to have labored future if more voting 1If," 'John 14. Ii> in whom men ma> find but br the moved not by political reasons -

u tin aUlhal|| we run I. diligently for his election people had the toni range the fulness of religious life in whom God decries! iotpt'l' spiritual love,
better the lot of our fellow and for the success of our political ambition to achieve political Council's decree givesa has reconciled' all things to Himself anti-Semitism hatred, perse Wines. display\ of
nun and to labor for t h f party. office in order to promote thepeace directed against Jews at
triumph of Justice. and unity among men The larch I therefore, txhorts her scan, any time and by all oae,

Our participation I h* politics for which Christ prayed.Iteply'ing guide in brotherhood that tkrowgb dialogue and| rollaborattoa Resides. as the (birch

In a it democracy this I tnav be very bumble I. I It. to the only query .ilk the followers. o( other religions' carried aid holds ..., Christ iMlerwrnt has alsayt His heM

make meant a minimum, to beginnings. put to Hint concerning' citizen By hlr. (;e.r,. G. Hlgglns want to bear In mind that et with ,"dr ee aid hoe sad I. sU. *.4 death( freely pas
our 011ot.. count to- It may consist of nothing Jesus ltass to the Chrlitias fans aid beriiM of the sins
answered, 'Ren when Pope Paul solemnly life, of men sad out. of Infinite
der to Caesar the things that THE 'Second Vatican Coun. promulgated the declarationon they. reeogiUe, preserve and promote the that aD may reach ..hat....love. la order
M. J. Murray are Caesar's, and to God paragraph declaration October 21 a blessed aNd tBiii, spiritual sad aunt. as well

the things that are God'.." on the relation of the landmark in the all teo-Uagie as the oclealUral valses lead| antosflb It Is, therefore, the burden of the

But we no longer ban a Caesar Church to>> non-Christian rtligons history of CatholkJewtsh relations .s. snea.I Church preaching to proclaim
We the : is by far the shortest of iii. d. .... ......... ...._ _. cross_
Strange but true people are e u r he .... la effect -- a'5 100. a an-embrl
own king all the documents te>> be votedon writing finis lot U I book. The caurch regards with esteem S'M! tag love and a. the fGUlltalll from whkk
It Is by the council Fathers the Moslems They adore the one God. every grace no...
possible that
Copyright. if but only to the prtfae of the
ltS NCWC Newt Service: Jesus You can read it la five or 19 living and subsisting ta Himself, 1n.rttIuIaltd : I. we Cannot
were speaking! to us today first of a bag series of volumes truly ua fIfI Grad. t II e
He wot.:'d pont: out the minutes at the most. which win not be eem.plttt4 11.pow'rf\AI. the Creator of heaven Lather of .U. II ae refuse to
uM/d enn IUUenut..r .,. and earth tit who has .spoke to treat ia a
4q bretherty
r opport y we have to Ben'sGod And yet, I. the long roc It until the end of time.M trey take pain to submit way any man created as he \isrelate

{ art erg' 5or br ouractiv may well prove to W oae of ecirse. .M b.l a perfect to eve His insenUble decrees wholeheartedly ill the \image of Cod. Mu' to
arr'a" eansre.cru"ssbCo jut u Cod tile
t v ui our Father and
; oa his
vou.ig the
; peCUkt most documents "*
a Vimrit. Abraham, with whom !the faith of Islam hv brothers ** to nee
of the entire Cosset takes art lit linked together( t hat
pleasure b
linking iUelf svbmitiHto
The fact remains, boaster. Scripture sats lie
Th. very fact that It ran that la spit of Hi imperfee- God. Though they do sot acknowledge bee sot know Cod' ., IjohaTV sot love
into so many obstacles and bens which are just as disappointing Jews at God they mere Him as a proph No fouadatiow therefore

;Jh" FlOtt cJ nerve-wracking! delays during to this writer and et. They also: honor Mary, His virgin mother theory or **. \that kids remains to for any
at tunes they even can oa her with
the four suspenee-ridden years to many of the council Fathers "hoa between mall and
that it was oa the agenda of as they are to our Jewish i devotjoa. I. addition, they await the day and people. so far as their maa or people'

CatholicHlltM the Council Is one more proof friends it ii, on the ..bole.a of Judgment when God win render their and the ngh I1cnrUlI from human dignity
deserts to aO thoM wb have been tt are teQo
that it was badly Deeded. TMs very good dtelarttioa and raisedup rtnt4.

is particularly true of t b e one which to repeat, hold from the deal FuaaHy, they value the The Church rwpraa
9luslt ,,/ /Maw MTMliI inn Mill 54.. IM second part of the declaration out great promise for t h stutors. moral We and worship God especially: tam 01nst any ducrtmnatwn, al forms to tile

... .M .n, 4UUMIU which deals specifically with through prayer, almsgiving: and fasting.Since moo or harass alllllJt
'rw wNVa a'KMeaa0 rwNneesdwoa.iGVsusq" IM U. t4l ..... mint of them because
tnittt. ...... MMSMlVKt the relation of the church to This promise win only be in the court of centuries not a their race. rotor t'OIIdruoe 01
i wWM MMon wenea* UNUOOM or ** w lit IM CJMM 14 WH the Jewish religion. It *a. fulfilled, however, if Catholics few quarrels and hostilities have aNn Qa the of ill. at r..
gcoTaNo-IT MI *r i MI > ., MM btem f'OCItrlf7. fulbwlag ill Ike
(v'Nft10 .rr.i MMtH Christians aDd Moslems
II e 1'K.WT wMltid w/pullirT ..M 1.>fl I.*,a.t..wa/e.W0i this part of the declarator, bear In mind that the solemn of tile lIoIr Apostle
sr tin essu.ds.a w t.,M. 1".. !...*<. M M* kM_ fiats than the tatrwimUrsntiwa prvmulfatMifl of UM tfurvi- sacred synod urge all to forget the partan this. lac Peter said
t /as aas ii ...... ... ... l U awl lCathoL I)1tocI ardently Implores
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1s. W WSiM I Nl.w as a still! t hN'4 I it the Uf laauig It will U up um H mve WtcUr fir the Ut"4 u a3naakttl ', sad tlg ..t.:.,htwJ"II o b. Petit

EB 1 cause etJWe: v( t a i U take U. 1 led. humbly foetal Justxe .vl Lout ..! Wit II Jot".1&1 a] fit tt.ell'
1s 4 4wk Wf fr N n i'AY. N Nis s.m.n..n CVI.K-U aa1 ge1tettly, La fvet.msg pare ei sell ai |puce and freeXm they may tnoIJ t.. men U41, N. that
Aw4iAlge ". e.a a 1.. .. 4 Ai the I*.ie4 itv4 .. ,rites laW M. sl tt.e Father whoa
( so .-.. lair N. that the Tatter, >*\ "mutual kjtowligf act rt- a. &a tines 'U I

hu Vr a..N..a.+iMw.. aw + 1asirt less. w... iSn ...MC. overwhelmingly apprevtJ u., .p< w.e re N.Uih. .. a lows d<<1.rahllll, CatMtrt If is II a 115.4
and to engage )isi fraternal Y a.ee .
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I) as M.M w.oe.r0.v I N.1" 1 ........ hat alike win last to ear dialogue with our Jewish If low 5.5 iM lie M a .r.. a
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Question boxMay Five The Florida Catholic, Friday, November S, 1164

: :

one ,will body to research? The week in liturgyContemporary

Q. I am a Othollc tale
will sent jour brothers In Christian
wishes U donate
my body, Christ.
Immediately after death for s 1

research, I understand Iblili I iloasgnor Q. II It difficult for me to God and Caesar

permissible, but I am conterned understand why the Church serves

about the blessing JD. recognizes" a Protestant Baptism

There would be n. body t. be but does not allow mature Ry Father Paschal Boland O.S.R

brought to the church: lor Conway Catholics tt use their own

Miss. .. Judgment la administering /, Sunday, November T

Would you please help me this sacrament V. 22 M> Sunday after Pentecost (Maaa. of Sunday,

1>y telling me how this Is body to relatives in a sealed A. It is one thing to recognize Gloria, Creed, Preface cf Trinity.)

handled! and what If any, casket for memorial .
services the validity of
a sacrament
blessings I would be missing and burial. When the Pharisees questioned Christ about the moral
after it has been administered legality of pa log taxes to Caesar, He stated t principle that

A. I have letters from Inder our common law aperson's ; and quite another has come down through the ages, "Glvt to Caesar the things

Priests at two Catholic medical body belongs alter thing to permit its administration that art Caesar, and to God the things that art God." (Gospel
schools In our area urging death to the next of kin, so The Priest is the regular 4ftIi ),

me to publicize in column that a person has no control minister of Baptism; thtdeacon :
my the w'4 This principle makes a distinction between the rights ind
their great need for bodies to over but disposition of his o"'nbody is similarly a recognized v .' responsibilities of a man as a citizen loyal to his country and
be used in ; the majority of our minister when he has
research and for a Christian whose has made him
Baptism a citizen of the
states have statutes which to A Decrees at Council
teaching young medical students permission baptize. layperson proclaimed kingdom of God.
One Priest tells me that permit donation by bequest should confer this sacrament
hit medical school needs three of eves. members or the only on someone in Solemn proclamation of five docuca, Casting their votes on the documents There art the laws and requirements of men, there art
whole also the laws and requirements of God. This distinction .is
three or four times as many body. danger of death of Vatican Council II waa car- menta here are Alfredo Cardinal Otts-

bodies for research ai theyare benefits I would you not might worry,lose about by any not laws If( you of were the Church to disregard and confer the. ned out by Pope I'aul1 on October 28 ianl (left) and Arcadio Cardinal Lar tire clearly such llluitrattd is President by a of Christian the United who States holds a and high Is public rightfully of

source now of getting increased"Our number only having jour body on hand for Baptism on a healthy per in a public session in St. Prior bail( ranona. guided by the U.S. Constitution In eiercismg the duties and

the funeral responsibilities of his office as head III the government; and
trust come from those who Mass. The love son, the Church would ret'of!:.
and who>> practices his religion faithfully guided by the tenets of
will their bodies to ui" generosity which prompts mite the validity of the Rap. Paul amends
Pope his church and his
your donation more than com turn. but would not be happy consclentt.Thus .
the Some Catholics believe! that pensate in a spiritual way that you bad presumed to ex St. Sabbas'relics the contemporary Christian can serve both Christ

Church's requirementsfor for any possible but doubtful erase the functions of a and Caesar He can fulfill his. obligations as a Christian to

Christian. burial prevent loss Even after death you f>riut. revelation schema God as well as those of a citiien: loyal to>> the Constitution of

them from donating their givento the United States of America between which there U no real

bodies The answer was riv. conflict,
en by Pope Plus XII on May VTICVN CITNC) Three of the amendments

14. 1956: Religious toleration which the ecumenical council approved in the documenton Orthodox Monday November. A

".\ person may will to>> dispose dh'inf'el.Uon were personally proponed by Pope MaM aa en "Sunday' ((2nd Prayer of four crowned

of his body and to destine Paul \'I acting as one of the U.MCF: Halt (SO) A msrtyra, Common Preface.)
the of the Bible
Inerrancy >
it to ends that art useful. improves in Ceylon council Fathers delegation!: of Greek Orthodoi
morally irreproachable and Pope Paul offered the liat the ilible since God it Is the leaders attended solemn ceremonies Before living His quoted reply to the rharl..... Christ
inspired word of cannot
even noble among them the asked whose Image and Inscription was on the money that was
the commission
COLOMBO. Colon (NC) Six months after the amendments to !Ilr the new change: in the Venice. chart
desire to aid the sick and suffering charged with redraftingthe to be used to pay the taxes to>> Caesar The Pharisees replied
coalition headed by Prime Minister Dudley St>nana.b lakes a distinction which isMIV relit of St Sao\
). One may make a decision document but they were containing the Image and Inscription was that of Caesar (Gospel)

: of this nature with respect won control of the government of Ceylon, member of not imposed persons close to useful. Biblical scholars bas which are being returnedto Applying this to ourselves, if wt would ask ourstlvei

to>> his own body with minority races and religions in this country have begun' the commission satd Natural hive pointed out that therean an Orthodox monastery in that same question In regard to>> our oa lives and what use

full realization of the reverence to relax. Iv the fait that they were In fait many historical JtruI.ltll.rt" centuries In wt should make of them we would han to answer truthfullythat
Indications that the mood Is in! rs.
which is due to it proposed) by the Pope gave this city. wt have been created In the image and likeness of God
Is Buddhist nation changing
This decision should not be Ceylon a The Instigated them a certain weight yet The new change makes the The ceremonies Included that In llaptism wt art Indelibly inscribed as belonging to God.
Almost three fifths of its 10 former government
but positively the formality of recognising
they were considered Just as dMInrtl.m that those truths
Justified million citizens Buddhists a heavy visa tax relics! and examining the doc* Tuesday November 9
are to were the many other changes which God; revealed for the
la Illinois the seven medical \. and every government Including discourage and began foreign to deport misstonanes suggested by other council lake uf man's salvation are I.be uments, seals and actual remains IWIcatlon of the ArrhtNMllIra of the Holy Kavloar.I .

schools one of which' the present one has promIsed Priests and Sisters lr! small Fathers regarded IN the sacredbooks to assure authenticity I MSM for (the dedication of a church\ Gloria 2nd Prayer
Is Catholic arc represented true and unerring. Then I the relics! were carriedto of St Theodore, Common Preface)
bv the Demonstrators Association to emphasize the country groups A number of missionary .'mon, the changes Is one the basilica of St Mark

of Illinois, which accepts 's Buddhist heritage visas have expired sincethe rating with the section of the thus the point of historical where they remained for veneration There Is t special reason for celebrating the dedication ef

donations and handles Maintaining a heritage I new government came document la whk-h the relation ,PHI. uraiies Is bypassedIt for five days. this (chars The first (hrUtlan emperor( built this church In

details It recommends that however. Is a far from into office. but M far they brlweea Sacred Scripture "It the essential Inerrancyi On (K toiler 24 an OithodovI the fourth century Me gave It nut the adjoining latersn palactla
cry haDut been asked! to le. vt and trsditlua Is studied, the For M the body be neither embalmed .t, i the llihlt is maintained I liturgy (Mass) was telebiatrd Popes ) ears was
nor autopsled In other I oppressing minority groups. the country by representatives of Or Popes, and the Lamina Is still the rsthedral Af Rome and
Catholic leaders have There has been debate on The third change Mates that
areas direct expressed that of the !' It is alto known as the Basilica of St. John
arrangements later the directing .f f their the point duet Sacred !Scripture UP fhurih has always af' tliixlo patriarch Ilenediktos I ope
willingness to
maY be made with the Uteran Today, let ui thank Almighty God 'for all the churches
school former Prime Minister Mrl negotiate on the question of contain all the/ tnitnttttaiMid mined the historicity of the of Jerusalem In the Orthodoithurth
of choke. great taltiedrals and mission itiapel', where wt can wor
jour matt Baadaranalke, the CeyInitfse > missionaries I They seem < In tradition, or does i Isprls;, | There has been mushd In Nenlct The I iturgv
The usual funeral servnes altrnilwl Catholic of hip Him I. spirit and In truthR'eslnradey
Milk alM was
stale deprived minorities ready to reduc the number tradition rwilam certain i v n'Mon among
and especially the Requiem of foreign<< Priests over a long truths nut found in the ltsble'This holars on the question of the litial! Giovanni Cardinal ['r November' 10
Mass, may be held eves .f their rig his, cpeclallythe hanl of'pnll', celebrated a
Is old and hutorkity of cettsin station
period of time Put there Is an problem
a Si. Andrew \ ( Mass of a confessor not a
though the body Is not pros rtuRiry's. DM..MO Catholics in Catholic has certain etumentral as oj Sacred nature (One I.lun.rltf! Mass In the square
strong feeling
fnt Publicity from the Dem circles that the Church here well' at scholarly aspic I.. iiiblical Mholar old, he was in front of St Maik, 'sarrilnal lluhop, Gloria. 2nd Prayer of Rt., Tryphon and com
oiutrator Association Indicates Common Preface.)
since Protestants ac somewhat dissatisfied with panlona
During Mrs Bandaranaike cannot support itself with na many ( lrb.nl laid la apastoral
that I -
arrangements can live clergy for ears to ce|'t only the ftible" The problem DM alteration bemuse "the Inter I It Msreh of
be made for returning I h t '! s term In office, all buta many This 17th C.ntur Tbeatln Prleit was a native Naples
come. \ It taut tautly resolved by word Matorkitv mean diiler derliloa ta relura the both and
few of the Catholic schools that the II. was eminent as a spiritual director for clergy
and hospitals were nation the new rfiance but It It stated rat things fur different )pee relics I I. the airiest ()rtholes 'laity, lie Is the author of several volumes ef devotional ,writing .
- the
----- legally, Cathellehurch
These answers are fren anted Missionary Priests and ( Is rldlag the crest tft that 'the Ourch does not ,1/11I" JlnP\'f'r. he. added, church I h. which they had trig. *. Ills lie and his treasures art safely kept la the Lord
rertHtttle about all MMnal scholars
draw lit
bret was I
Sitters were expelled from Inally presented hand" (lit lissont,
"The Irueiiloa Bat" see popularllv use uipreeedrilMl things that ..r.ft revelation pleated with tie overall oNwu marie with the aptrtvtl ..rI'IIJW

ducted av Moas'gatr! J. D. the country. and Catholics la recent decades The f from Sacred Scripture I mint even though (lieu might 1'11111.. Thursday, November 11

('...ay, aatiaaaUy ...". .ut)"IIr, were politically reasons f.r the goal will\ gt ......" flsd fault with one mtion or M. Martin of Tour (Maaa of eat Gloria 2nd
aspectSenanavakes lifo,,," the ''"'11.... The Image with the of .MIt hf'r The Cardinal wrote that
folumnUt Direct ,..r coalition took tt Pope Jbs XXIII, Ih.'Nempllahml"nl' tw.lln problem Patriarch I '\ ... had Prayer" of St. Alennas Common Prefact)

quest).. (tlgtfd. alcatel I. a m.OI'rty of the legislative. tf the 'fl' told him that every night Martin was the ton of a pagan Roman officer In Caesar'a.rmv

I* Tae Florida ( alku> !I.Orlllld. I. seats In an election last mescal rannrll, and the atInlmeal call Oitltodm monks In the mnn In the fourth century At IS 'h* was drifted, three years

.. March Immediately the new .f ('el.... hors Bishops of Spain a<'fry founded by SI Sabbai ater he was baptized as a Chrlntlan; when he was 20 ht was

- prime muuter announced all .'nh!>>I..., Themes luny around hit
-- empty
--- -- - gather diicharged from the army and went to Gaul religious righ's would be <', 'I.| .f ('.!em'I.' the ('el-! for social tomb to pray for tht return ai a hermit There ht founded a monastery and later was

respected and as a sign of Ifge of Csrtlaali have all justice (if Ms relics M Sabbat was mad the Hilltop of Tours lit was very active In sprttdmg

(the new era, a Catholic was helped I* swell the popularity tetra In 419 In Ca|>psdncia and the true faith and tamed the title. tf Apostlt 0' francs'*
elected speaker of the lloute .: the dmrrk \Im, (Ml I Till) Biaho," of 8|..ln In a |J..*.. lied ai a youth to Palestine ibert 4U town and villages acre aimed after him as wail

;fwtseMOR1AL of representatives, Si I ate But even more beneficial I toral letter have called "''I ","m4oyeit to re..i If'rl human there he lived as a hermit, is I mo parish churches,

then these have been other hal been the Church under dignity of their worker and' I to brine ..lar1t'illn line with lie alto founded t monastery !St Martin multiplied the talents and graces God b.
staiKiMg of national wtuesI juatke ao that ektt chit dasi In shah a 'ftMkl..rahlf' in the Judean desert which lathe on him, "lord l you entrusted m. with five talent, I here art
> me turn .Issue had to do one referred to by I h e flee more I have madt" (Gospel),
... encra are reduced number while preserving the
..1.1..1 with the ItoddhM iMttrlarch lie' Is regarded asa
poja1avt faith. late now pudIC ally November 12
founder of Fasten: .) munaetn rrUay
a. a. c-sse.a i. BM.... < TV pastoral. .-rt..s thatMervesitsMi the tbunb."
r4r .4 A Dvy.. ,,.. ail a,4 As4J.uee SsriuVA The four pays d.,. each by' le g vern apart from ( am, M. Martin' I. I Maaa clone or more supreme Pontlffa,

44' led A,,. S.. Ph. I424M1 41471JT month mark the phatet of U* mint SSMNSW. !lilt atMTb or The letter wts drafted al Gloria, Common Preface,)

meson and art days W worship .sndivKiMia the hierarchy request fey Man of Ttiai
AU4USTIN _. .. t the X-ISM Bishop
ST. PETERSBURG for alt RwMbutt rtr years tr ef aiiMltwMt .' the Ilishops' e.mniUlff/ f far This Pot'. of the seventh century li the last of, the pop
and diocese diet oversees martyrs to dale, Emperor Constant II of Conitantinnplt sent
Muodhlstt have been afMatettto the serial I apnt.hte .11'
The aisrttasts* r........ *I'" : bark totniitntinople
soldiers tt Horn and hat him brought at a Captive
have joys .days doctored Rai. .. IMtetI .. "mebbr ed kv Hi rhalrma. J t s e ( OKK.Nr; :, .ermaty; (Ml) '
HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL public holidavi. suSMtitutaM ( ardmal Munrral .f Seillle RI.'NIp Adolph Man afMrowiMvllle < where ht wai at first lmpriiftftd snd treatedso <
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them/ for the Sunday .....t.. tang aswttolir the y .luge) (ardlaal teeters .fMalaga Tens, died here badly that h* died shortly after his releasa into tiLt: Ini'tim.a
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FOSTE E. HEATH rW >rctr I the Harsh election. the tl .. *) of the wotkinif opts she are mettbrrs lapse while visiting his parent ftaturJsy, November 13

AMIULANCE SIAVICf' Iptl parties both booked ., lie was :IIJ.RIhIp .
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national platforms. Pop blesses bell in .a*. of the tyMtah niahuptns chary 'Ittihop of, Corpus ChrttII aus. r of St. Ii+lacua, Common Preface)
** A committee apfoMed by memory of war dead to Texas. bad headed th. Thin IKh/ child of AgotlliM CabrMl a farmer about 20
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lilts The, Florida: Catholic, Friday November 5,1963 Parish employeesleave
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IJDiocesan H.S. o I Ie impressionupon


Catholic/ Fr. Lopez 'Waves'win again; the publicST.

-, 1'l'LCI(: ) A parish

Pc 1I0WII\G increased adept downs to win "going away and the Scmmoles covered mrtto Tigers and for most of rectory employee may most

nces on the )ground and Steve Uiklca. center and team half the field in a drive that the evening it was a nothing- frequently present a pariah'simage

JShrough the air. Father Lopez leader of the Waves covered netted the winning points.In nothing standoff. / to the public. Priests
defeat it fumbled punt by the of the St. Paul archdiocesewere
11.1SIhnol giidincn
the Florida Then lth less than t
Central vicinity 11 we told at a workshop at the
laed Bunncll. :260. Taking lull Bui WORK, and Jim Schwartztook !
at Oviedo Clearwater minutes left In the !game St Paul seminary.
:::advantage ol opponent's mis- the pigskin over alter
Central Catholic School's Jesuit's halfback Jack Kauf-
High assistantto
Donald J. Leyden,
M tiikes, the Green Waves short power plays got the 25
team was thwarted in a "last man scored on a 23 lard peas the president of St. Thomas
needed to the
Struck for two TD's in the sec- yards goal.
ditch" effoit to win. falling to from wlngback Ed Cimino, College spoke on the parish
:. Mid quarter on passes Balcwskij from Coach Rud Asher's squad the Lion 1615. Coach Ar- and George Suarez added the and the public. People might

rajuartcrback Larry(28ardsi.l. ando then used a J3 jard pass from mand Sabourin's fighting Ma. extra point gMnf the Tam think of a parish as rundown
j Mike Carey ( Bales ski to Jim Jennings who rauders scored first, blocking pans a 7-0 win. 9 r a place for insufficient ser
:'} Danny !Nolan >lards. ) I IN
U After intermission in Ie.Snorlal ran untouched 46 more yards a punt to gain possession in Coach Ray Dlcharry'isquad I 0 1 r vice he said, and a pastormight
for the last tally. the second quarter and then ,N consider the parish as
Stadium the Dayton. playing under the Inspired .. '
driving 35 yards across Oviedo
center. 'a
I:ins waited until the last quar- The strong Lopez defense leadership of proxy 'my religious
field with Joe Forlizzo
of education'the
per to add two more touchi made this game. their first captain and tackle Dennis An. great place
nosing the goal line from, 6 of sacraments'or
tinorl marched 80 yards in source
shutout of the Green" R'aves'improving ,
Bark of the week: season. now 2 wins yards out.rorllzzoz, 11 plays to reach a 6-1 record .._ ... 'J/. '" ... 'accessible,

L; Kevin Power (un a row)I. 3 losses and 1 tie. repeated the effort r. and stay in contention for the Pastors should consider, he"
; : Tampa Catholic I High School for his second MarauderTD regional championship. HN procession through Tampa streetsAt said, attitudes of parishioners
At Sarasota Cardinal I and
"* after the Lions led at halftime non-Catholic neighbors
t" Lineman of the week: Mooney High School hosted ( 96. St. Joseph Academy'sFlashes the Floridan Hotel In Tampa cession and Mass which followed completed others toward the parish:

* pon 1'avlor.JesuIt Tampa Catholic High, and the were the victims of Holy Name men from every part of theDioct'lle three days of convention activities whether parish facilities and
High SchoolMelbourne \'lsllors'on, 31.6. Coach Tom The home learn jumped Clay County high School's Priests are accessible: and
gathered to march in proces- for the Diocesan Union of HNS.Vhrf .
Final Murray's team thus made it away to a larger margin when homecoming spirit, and lost what most needs immediate'
. scores: lion to Sacred Heart Church. The
I Father Lopez 26Bunnell :! five victories against a lone Lion speedster, Billy Mikler. the game 70. Heavy rain pro improvement.
defeat while the Cougars are ran the second half kickoff 85 dampened the festivities in -- --
still seeking a first win. yards to Jla 'dJrt. With the Green Cole Springs, but the A parish Includes parlnh-

Tampa Catholic ::11 score 16 to 13 and time run home team scored just before loners, assistants housekeepers
The speedy Colts scored In Calendar of and ushers rome
Cardinal Mooney ning out, the Lions acre halftime
each quarter with Gary Ta,' mentators school (children
forced to too
Jlishnp Moore/ 7 Inv Ke\ln Power, Greg; Wonders yield a -pont Coach F.d: Drozd's Flashes he said and some.one .
: safety, after the Clearwater ('ard party November 6, 1 en. Nativity parish Laki ber 14. St t. Rose of Lima Circle neighbors .
Sanford H and Larry St. Amant all several (times threatened buta mlghl judge the parish by
rlub had pushed within four l pili. Holy Name social hall Mary November 10. sponsor.
adding TD's to their Bay slippery football loose In the whether they were courteously
Clearwater Cent. Cath. 15 yards of what looked like a ( diilfport Women's Guild I I November 18,
Day of recollection, :November Card party.
end rfcoxered
Coast Conference (Class B-C) zone was bylreen seated by the parish house
Oviedo J6 scoring leadership winning: drive The Marauders ; love, sponsor, 11, St. Mary Church St. 730 pm.. Sacred, Heart employee *r whether the .rjranlst .
Cent Cath. 0It have now won three and lost bazaar and barbecue chicken Petersburg, beginning at 9.30 School, Pinellas Park; Court showed OB time for
Coach Jack S\I ind'i Cougars four Steve Vacrarn Bob Webb dinner !November 7, beginning am.. Father II. T. LituSTB. Elizabeth Ann Seton. Catholic Ice.Where. up
John Carroll 13 .
Pierce a sen
:! used a Sonny Ilaukass to Melbourne Central Catholic and John Dupont played well at 1 p.m., St. Joseph ? retreat master: Cath Daughters of America sponsor.
Dale Klaus to against the elements but parish grounds Loretto. I Is not
Jesuit High School 7 12yard pass High Schools' squad journeyed olic Daughters of America, fait known
Palmetto 0St register a third period touch to Fort Pierce, and suffered couldn't give' the St. Augustine Spaghetti dinner November Court Sancta Maria 952, spon Dessert card party. November rumor will fIll In," ht said
down. team a "take home" 7, 3 to 7pm., social hall houses and
: their first defeat of the sor. 19. 1 p m.. Epiphany parish suggesting: open
t. Joseph Academy 0 Victors of touchdown. Crescent City is in Most Holy Redeemer. parr 1I.llaar.ou'mbt'r: 1%. 13 social hall Port Orange; information programs at
season. by
Clay County High 7 Another traveling team, 13 to 0, John Carroll a score High next on the schedule and on i nh Jacksonville; CYO sponsor. and 14, Our Lady of Ix>urdes St Jude Circle sponsor. means of making the parish
Bishop Moore High School
Santa Fe 33 from Orlando found Sanford's School used a recovered fumble !November 12 the Green parish Melbourne Women's Festival. November 19 and known. lie recalled as impre
Lake Placid ( Seminoles I inhospitable in to score. once in the second Waves of Father Lopez play Forty I lours Devotions, Club sponsor.Dance M. St Peter parish DeLand. eve in this regard a home and
The Rams used the, Flashes Our Lady of Perpetual Help November 13, G..- Dance. November 20 Cedar school association\ meeting he
the Hornets Ilh quarter
Bishop Barry Idle 147 swatting los a the same back, Williams. Santa Fe Ihgh School continues parish Tampa opening November parilla Room of Curtis Hixon: Hills Armory, Jacksonville, t attended which was held in
Bishop Kenny, idle 7 at II a.m. daily to 1 Holy Name Society the convent
to register their final tally in to please the lakelandarea : convention hall Tampa, M. p m. a m. pariAh
Cnaeh Harold :Nelson's attack the final period fansI Ilh a winning Masses al 7 and 8.15 a m., Patrick parish, sponsor. of Most Holy Redeemer letters. of complaint shouldbe

JACKSONVILLEBUSINESS Us air brought the Hornets brand, of fool hall, The Crimson evening I services at 7:30: Thanksgiving ball, November parish, sponsor paid serious attention he
the opening TI), a puss Coach Ray Bobbin's speedy Hawks powered their p.m. ; homilies given by Father 13 Americana Beach Bazaar. November :20! and said. but assessed with the

from Dennis Durkin to Paul Hustlers, plagued by lost fumbles to a 33 to 6 victory over Lakt way Joseph Coughlin C SS It. lodge Daytona Beach, Our :21, church grounds of Corpus realization that "people who
Tailor covering 40 yards. (181.) !tot the usual good! Lady of Lourdes Home and Christ! parish Tempi Ter- complain. are the ones who
: DIKKCTOKYUTOMOtlVI : Placid at Bryant Stadium. Open house, St. Brendan
ground !gains from Mike I School Association sponsor. race write"" more frequently than
Sanford retaliated with a Torn Geraglily, Lou Couch Jack Jlsr l'r's team parish Ormniift Reach, So.l'lIIhrr Dessert card party. November Christmas Bazaar December those who approve "Not: all

-- varied/ offense to tie at half. Slcnlo and Bill Prrma/a butcouldn't now sports a record of 4 win t 7; concerts at 2:45 13. 1 pm., St. Joseph 4, 10 a m. to 7 pm. Holy people will think highly of
.imlil' "",n. in ml sal>!, tirti, nit lime, 77. A Bishop I Moore and 4IS: p.m., continuous explanations "
coordinate the lards against 3 losses and take social hall M24 he
Mrdtl-tlMW limit IKtl.-ll SOWN. ( on parish hall. St. Petersburg; Name: parish you, added
SOWN '.........11.. ti I Mil IN I. Mm.MSUMNCt fumble in the third quarter to score and keep a six !game the Cardinal Mooney Cougars of :Mass glues, stations Women's Guild sponsor 11th Avenue South Gulf port;
gave the home team a break streak "ali\ ." set up to eiplaln sacraments
winning nest Spaghetti dinner SI J II h n'Iannt'y Women's Club sponsor.
-- -- and sacramentals. \ social hall, Orlando Bazaar December 5, 1 to ST. AUGUSTINE
all ,.... M .HuwMct Gene Terrlio, tackle and The Green Dragons!' of Lake Blessed Sacrament
,. Recollection day for wom noon until 6 pm. on Novem- 3 pm.
Fred Armstrong, ct'nler.In. Placid
INSUMNCICOMflNI ( their TI) in the School, Seminole Mothers
chored a strong !Melbourne game's( closing minutes after v Club
lltlnir... tMlMI C.a.51isv) defense that held the flams being unable to cope with ,, N. sponsor PONTIAC
"Aug": CirlKii Ililt, IKHitil llO'MtlMINIUI to only four first downs, hut Santa Fe's tight defense and ,1
....,...... INSs.N,1111 Me IMuhlnn Anglican church RAMBLER
the winner'rre minded .
hen 12.4141 upset) flashy offense Mike Alienburger 1

- and profited from the'lsllor' Doug Flott, Bernie I'I't, (1 given to Catholics Banta Brothers
IIINVIIIIII \ mistakes.
Cavanaugh and Rill Reed .ICO
tin ire
.. VILIJF.nSTOWX: Ireland
Areldl-MVq/let The Hustlers! next! travel (lit rambled to accumulate over

SIM li"''.f IniMt'l Dllll in It. Berkeley Prep, )before, the 21108.d) on the ground and 4 0' ("C') An Anglican church
MHikH" .....,..llt MM 117 yards that was falling into disuse
Thanksgiving contest with Father gain passing
Lopez High. was handed 0\fir to citizens GINTYPlumbing
here who announced they
Jesuit !High School's Tigers St Teresa proclaimed :' L. .a would use it as a Catholic and Heatin,

Visited/ the grounds of the PalJAOCSONYUU'S patroness of writers chapel VA .2429

AMLA, !Spain (Sf) Pope The. transfer of the propertywas 12 W; i'1 S.r...

J'aul1 has proclaimed St. approved by officials/ of

FINH1Thunderbird Teresa of Avila patron saint the Anglican! Church of Ireland -

of Spanish Catholic \\ writers J ( I and it was accepted by i

according to the pontifical the Catholic diocese of eater

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t+r\rn The Ilorida Catholic, Friday, No\ember 5,1965
Tampa studied d __ r-


'lay apostolate and renewal'

T.UII'Hundrt'ds of men and their families alion, directed the Choir ef fr f"Ijk
gathered; from throughout the Diocese In Tampa last Mary Help I of Christians Sp u

weekend and participated in the 37th annual convention School, Tampa, at the banquet .
of the Diocesan Union of on Saturday "eslug. The

Holy Name director! at' Sacred Ilea r& member choir Is composedof
Societies. Church, students from grades S to

Members of the West Coast t.
The morning section included
Denary in which the three panel discussions: The Speaker at the banquet was
day event was held spent People of God Father Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley.
much time in planning the Lawrence Cunningham, moderator During the final day of the
program for the convention The (convention, James J. McAu- w
; Liturgy-Father
Marking from a theme of John Llnnehan. moderator liffe. diocesan president presided
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!'be Lay Apostolate and and the Lay Apostolate-Mon- at a business session
Christian Renewal." the con- signor John F. Scully, mod. and gave the report of the
tendon committee prepared erator. resolutions committee. Officers I.
panel discussions, a film Activities in the afternoon training workshops followed kw
workshops and business sessions. began with an address by this session. 1
kir- -- .
Father George F. ODea Leading workshops were
The Floridan Hotel here S.S.J., superior general of the W It. Allyn M. F AUood.J.
began filling on Friday evening Josephite Fathers. Father K. Montgomery F. J. Tassoneand --
as the men to O'Dta Mr. Mc .uhffe.
came reg spoke to the men on
later "Who is my Brother" The (convention closed with
Mass at Sacred Heart Church
A film of Death
Al lam. the following day, Holy Name men marched in
was presented with Maurice
a memorial lau for the de- F Atwood, commentator. procession into the Church
ceased members of the Holy and participated in the Mass
Name Society was offered by Father I. (Clement! S.I).B., offered by Monsignor Irvine
Monsignor James J. Heilln. National Chaplain of the :National Nugent, chancellor ct the r
assistant diocesan spiritual Catholic Band Assort Diocese. I '.

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Memorial Mass starts convention day for Holy Name Societies .

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from throughout the Diocese were gatheredin was the memorial Ma a for deceased mem at Sacred Heart Church. Men are UntG"I

Tampa for the annual convention of the hers offered by Monalgnor James J, Healin, here leaving the church after Hue.e'tvt .

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Committee men worked for HNSMuch Much time was spent by Holy- \'entlon day, One such panel Has tlier John X IJnnehan and Carroll

Name men of the Diocese last on the liturgy, Mrmbri included, Thomas Andrews,
planning and preparation went Gracy, chairman: Harold Davis, Sam Saturday In attending1 Informative from left, Father Lawrence<< Mur I

Into the successful convention held In Latimer Frank J. Perez; seated Michael Mr, Sawyer panel discussions during the con |'hy C.5WK, John (). Mullen, Ka-

Tampa last weekend for the Diocesan Alchcdiak, Monsignor Harold F. --
Union of Holy Name Societies. Among Jordan, diocesan spiritual moderator; -

the many men of the Weat Gout Deanery and Charles P. Henael executive chair. HN men hear meaningof Says college gaveno Daytona Beach 1

who gave their time and efforta m.n.Prelate.

were, from left, standing, Gregory 1>. renewal in Church support} h ------

_"""""",,'" "uu' u' TAMPA James K, Sawyer of Mont Holy Redeemer pacifists'visit Letter Prott and. Off.. c..iIl9 Cards

voices hope for pariah, Tampa, addreaned men of the Dioceaan Union orII..Jy Cowchman Printing Co.t. COX
Subscribe M I tNC Ill"':hTlIt ( M' | .
now Name Societies at their annual convention held here Catholic spokesmen| base dos, swat Smt Office SuppliesCL

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Catholic-Orthodox unity Mr Sawyer Is peat president of his J..rhh' ILV 8orlrty support| of a visit here by a North loch StrottMaliaft

Daytona Beach CINCINNATI (NC) hole|' for reunion between and president of the I pariah Confraternity of Christian group The of group's young Vlilt pmirnti.to SI l. Anselm's Welcome Traveler

Catholtca and Orthodox was expressed|> here by Archbishop Doctrine. College was "mail Furniforo" end American Fad
celebration. The people ticpale rack and Pa.i.i i
Karl J. Alter of Cincinnati aa he rreeted the Primate of Hit address war given at pa i without our knowledge, said Sp.calt.o a Open I f.M. 'tJ I II I P.M.
In all (laws the o lUMair. WrowoHt Iron
I I IBaggett. the Creek Orthodox Church of Norfh and South Al11f'rin.The the breakfast' held MI Sandal. l | Father Placldus Riley 0 S H .
loll their Cod Aluminum
greet In the
of the and a Facilities,
president college
I Orthodox leader Archbishop lakovra was Archbishop Itlessrd Sacrament In song coadjutor Abbot Gerald F. HiOl* ., I OrmonJ leachHIRTZJ
Alter's .CUf'llt.at a reception at Mount St Mary'aNrmnsry Sacred Heart Church! Tamp, We hear the word of God and McCarthy () 5.11. of St. An. a Closed. M./lcI.yt

on November' i, The subject of boa talk was answer with our worship of selm's Abbey" and chancellorof
CoaifaiiiliMiple: aid we recogle << "The Kttrharlat: and ChrtatianItrnewal SAN REMO
In tin Kwharltt: The
Mdntolh, AnKbMhop Alter I praised the epiw.p.te< as If.(UIM-) Th. key word mtht the New Hampshire college .
liturgical renewal. a< staled [
1.11. leadership .
Inc. Archbishop mental element. la the HI rid& title, he said Is "renewal'
by the Council has as Its oboJI'f
M the ecumeftical mote- Referring' It the arrest r>f
rat structure of the CkrlilUaClmrtli.
wills the meaning. the a 1290
the David Miller for hi.
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to freshness and
'orl tutoring
Dyto 0"009' sacrament wlthtn the
bonds" linking 1".r1f"111O"f'rI draft card while the
conmwn group CL 2-1357
CatMlics and Ort Mtd (. doHMt 'We are mindful .........." vigor of comprehension win In Manchester the joint $17 No ArW.eliitn .;

....... .. .. the fad that the latter he Mill that the first eight A rlukl starts lass if>.intu.l The Uivrglrit renewal slatrmrnt. of f OK u college olfl
g e a .r a I Cvuncils of the We with Ilaptwin' h. sail tale continued
a si uwia Of % do at mwgafee UM .ttMrit1 makes relevant" and meaning ;
I .a11oor lurch sere trod In the But the KMt of personal .a"oa
f/If the r-tlf'
f.l. the actions of the AMslrti
{ wiu uses *MO : Greek. of the Orphan: renewal in his life people Mr drpUrt the tmlortunileaiMrlalloa .
The ArcMMnfap aIM palsied shaking area la their worthlp of (,...t la
UNVMT not .. It the I My KIM Nut '"{ the good name
Near Kaat It U
'.. ........#' to a new reUUoaaesp". wbirlihe was at the KutkarUt: air lawyer of the e.IfoI'! sulk a perioa apt!
".. Mid has "cease ll o eitsterve early Counters, that the fundamental Tb. lailllatUa, Ike torn: stressed who .has dolled. our laws and
between. all Chrtattaa ChrMlan doctrinesroncerswig Nit by Chrl.. k* said pro.MH Ik. .
embarrassment w..klllhi.
ii the Blessed Trlflt- ,. Born hi Albany/ Georgia. MALT
who theirallr
propde perofea aa "eternally aewr et. calico InrMrnt .kas. fused U
m ( hrirt' Jesus as Lord ChrHt ty and were tin clarified Incarnation and defended of. eatot with ..... aa rtrriildialogue Mr with 1 Sawyer tin J K came: Gretner ta Tampa< om our eommMMy, iludmli, (at' Is* KrFREEMAN'S....." ; ...,.
ai,>d SSa lour betweea> was and ally, alumni a.4 f'.......,"
W against the errors 1M." Iwo, and works as a protest "m s en- Deal MI WII..... We's
Illag the "tem"' .. bead which woutd bate mad skip- engineer II* has retetted Th. wave of demonitratloni DtSIGNCOH LANDSCAPS
of (frUwkla"| brlweta Members wreck of the faith lie aiked How better an numerous professlnnal against' United Mates Involve. Mil Mir !> /era 114 North bask St.Pt .

of the two rbirrkr. F.sprvai"f regret at the man renew his faith and, awards and Is president of meet In Viol i Nam and the 1111106 '_ 2514471y
Arrhbltboa" Aher oral that. d"Won of Faitera: and Weitem spiritual We than by prod i. the Wilt Coat Kramh of the draft card burning wore also
..M5.w ".. aeooovare Ib* II.... ChnsbaMy, the Arch conversations with. God in sax Florida fe / w 1 ear ,- otology! Is .hear It!. rUnNel bohop atMHIWt ,, Kuchanstic: devottoas of Chit Engineers: signed by the Catholic faculty Tony and Jerrie's
sew, 5..w Trinity w, recite lh# ia.. today our Uwmghti are Th sore liturgy he ron ,,, Meanwhile, ,
say 1..1. '''n "" """'".,,"' a spokesmanfor
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1.1r. ?.ot at :Mraea aid at differences which separated more meaAMgful in tin r Support emphatlzed' that :
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us In U* past bastes th. ways abJerUte of worship. and da, lh. pacifiats. from the Calhoh',
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Eight The Florida Catholic. November 5, 1965 I l

Improving your study skills

I Preparing yourself. to study a x d 4


. By Dr. Jamen :Michael Lee is essential since poor lighting { e

l'niHI'tIt! of Notre Dame has been shown to induce

IN almost every sport. and -\\\\\\\\\"" \\\\\,,\\ comfortable fatigue A sturdy chair not should overly be
in cooking too there are
This Is the third of a five- available. All distractions
remote 'spring training" ses
part series on how to Improve should be minimized if not
lions and later a more proxi
study skill by a noted edu eliminated entirely, since it
mate warm up period in which. cator. Ruth parents and students is a common defense mechanism
athlete the cook yet E r
the or prepares
,,11brnrllt\ by reading during study to divert attention t .r.
himself or herself to
this series Please clip and to any nonstudy object
Choir at HN convention
in his or her specially)
engage program
save for future reference of whatever minimal sigmficance
Without the "spring training"and
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theI .up, there is a Holy Name men from the many societics School choir Directed by Father

great likelihood that the subSequent In nature are most profitably should not be cluttered, nor of the Diocesan Union met in ment! S.D.B, the 45-mcmber \
studied in one long I session should the room be decoratedwith
activity will not beII Tampa last weekend for their annual gang well-known favorites. .
several short eje-catching objects.
rather over
it could be.
effective as Saturday tured soloists David Cote
convention. A highlight of the were ,
The lame thing holds true An example will serve to 11. Reference materials should evening banquet was the concert Dalrumple and Mike Sterling
be available for
readily con
with stud>Ing. lustrate this vital point sultation. given by Mary Help of Christians

A man has three hours at
No worth while study activity
can begin without effective his disposal during time If they are not then the

preparation he wishes to continue his person studying will either be Jesuit Notre Dame Academy f
in in. he
learning typewriting frustrated because! cannot
A does not Just
German, and in modern art find the necessary informa ST PETERSBURG-Home: : Pointe, Chris '
down and study; a per
son must first make sure that If he approached his study. tion quickly, or he will hunt High School from a student congress in Quinn and Ann \

the proper conditions exist! ing scientifically, he would about the house or building T\MI'A At their second Tallahassee for the National Sophomores

hich will promote instead of not practice his typewriting looking for the reference materials meeting on October 19, the Forensic League are Mary Bloomfield Lolita

hinder efficient study. Failureto for the first hour his Germanfor thus distracting himself principals and vice.principals McNally, Kathy Granger Donna

realize this fact has result. the second, and art for from the studying at hand, of Holy Names Academy, Sa Barbara Johnson, Sandy Oi Toomey, Betsy

ed in lees than optimum learnIng the third. Rather, he would. Even worse, he may use this cred Heart Academy Our rard Mary Sullivan, Jeanne ann Hover, Susan
realize that both the typewriting as an excuse to discontinue Mulhearn, Pat McCauly and Sue Wakelam;
from study I
Lady of Perpetual Help
The first thing one must do and the German involve his studying Certainly a dictionary Jesuit High School and Berkeley Sue Higgins, They left for the reddrea Macon,

li to determine how much factual data and man should be handy so Preparatory elected ( ather state capital Thursday, ()(,tobl'1 Richards.

time per session one will study ual skills while the art in. that unfamiliar words can bl Edward Coles SJ, president 28, and returned Saturday Sally I I Bramble,

what one wishes to learn solves appreciation\ and a looked up, A one.volume encyclopedia of the newly founded night: October 30, after presenting Curry and Picky ;

Many persons do not realize knowledge: of interweaving is often very help. Htllsborough County PrivateS and passing bills on The Glee Club

that the amount of time spent cultures ful. <'hol Association controversial issues at the program.

.t each session studying a On this basis, he his would time It I Is Imperative that chit Rev Robert I, Maurais! of capital bUilding. men officers took

particular topic should be de. probably allocate dren and attending Berkeley Prep was elected installed were
somewhat as follows: Ger youths The senior class gave/ a
termined by the nature of the vice. and Sister I Sally Bramble. 111
school prepare a weekly president Halloween party for children
half hour
the first : typewriting
material to be learned. man the next half.hour; schedule, blocking out definite Marie Ann of Our Lady of under 1J years of age October Wung Rose and.Terry Mane

Not all subjects or topics art the full second hour, type. times for clans work, recreation Perpetual) Help as .e<:rrtary.treasul't'r. 31 from 2 until S In the afterniMin ports

should be studied for the same "'ritmthe/ next half.hour, and study. .

amount of time per session. and German, the final half. This schedule or horarlum A constitution was also approved As editor of Notre Dame's Academy !

Educators and psychologists hour. Besides allotmg the distributed as it is sometimes called, at the meeting.The newspaper The Spirit" Sally .

short intervals to the should leave a certain amountof Lawson was privileged to attend Holy
have found that in the case of objectives of this as.
more strictly factual subjects, free time for emergencies a series of lectures on
topics or subjects hleh are 1I0alion) are three.fold: "To T'II'The
this arrangement also relieves .
factual and which In. Study time, as has been mentioned the school newspaper With
heavily the tedium of intellectual promote mutual understanding the Holy Names
small de. previously, should be hl'rI as Linda F'omhe Bobbie
volve a great many work by Inserting at the ad. among member schools; a visit from Sister
apportioned efficiently, eg., Brogan and Sue Higgins, The
tails, several study ses manual to strengthen( relations with Mary, a former .
vantagoous( spots a distributed home study sri, convention was sponsored by
lions are more productive of skill. In this way, boredom is sions for spelling or for public school system, civic or. the Tuberculosis Associationand senior teacher at
and of retention thana
learning eliminated and the three French vocabulary more ganizations, religious groups was held at the Universl my Sister William t (
concentrated session,
single hours move briskly along and the general public: and to ent the education
concentrated ,sessions for complex ty of South Florida, Oct 25.
Conversely, topics or subjects Effective: preparation for make the community awareof of the astern : :
which involve higher thought study also demands that a learnings such as thesol'ing the purposes and needs of Attending (the district contention Province of the :
which complex, of geometry prob. of Florida Assort.
patterns favorable physical atmosphere private school education"Membership Holy Names I
which are appreciations! lems tlons of Student ( October
or in the assoclat Councils :
exist This is particularly im
poitant for school children Careful preparation for ion consists of any private 23. were :Mary McNally, Sister William
study does not guarantee that high: school within the boundaries Pat Burke, Sue Plews. Linda the Academy in
and college youths must
New films the studying will be optimally I I and will remain :
Howling Rosrlla
of llillsborough: County. Stelgner,
devote several hours a day to .
.mm, mt.tl| M< iliinli" t) UNlit study. effective; however such preparation The meeting was held at Sa Kathy Granger; Pam Jablon ber .. She will\
'N II itcnqrClaM is essential if worth cred \Heart Academy, and the and Sally Lawson rrrd Heart 1
Studying can most fruitfully while \learning is to result In
SI Joseph
A, Section I association will next meet at Honors for the first six pa
be done In a quiet place, from the study session.Cornerstone and SI, (ecllU's 4.12'l
Jesuit High School on November week marking pt'rlodl'pre : '
unobjectionablefor Months who Mate they ran ter.
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awarded at the t first
study well while the radio or year
general patronage) \' net U plavlng are only On October 19, the Juniors honors assembly The following Before returning

Secret Seven (MOM.) fooling themselves (and perhaps took the preliminary aptitudetest received first honors: Sister William III
for C.U.law school which included verbal
their gullible/ parents), seniors, Mary Sullivan, Sally Southern ('.
Class A, Section HI and mathcmaticia! abilities Lawson Kathy Granger, trop In Richmond _
\\SIII\r.TON (:\1) .
It has been
necessary for college entrance Carol Boyd, Linda Dow ling November 2") to )
(Morally unobjectionablefor that no one can concentrate Without justice, law becomesa RO Marie Mador Antoinette accompanied by

adults) on two things: at (the mockery of human hopes Friday, October 22, the Stemkirchner: juniors, Bobbie lucy Josephine,
same time Either: the radioor auxiliary Bishop William J, Jesuit football team scoredits Susan Funk ('arolL'nl'h.
Brogan '
Rotten To The Mi Donald, rector of the Catho the Academy
CoreCinema the studying ill win out, filth win against: only one Susie Plews Eileen: Franklin '

( V) if both are undertaken at the lic University of America, loss as Jesuit defeated Clear. Baland and Mary Kirchels On Saturday, f
same time and in the same declared at cornerstone ceremonies water Central 130.
Class R Sophomores were Melanie members of
here for the unl'trsl.tY'1I ; <<
room It is easy to predict the
Ivamho Mildred Reed and
brary council
victor, new law sihmil\ The National Honor Society
(Morally objectionable In has Pat Parom; freshmen, Mary pa's book fair For
A separate room Is desirable The $1.2 million building Is started a tutoring system
part for all) Pat Jackson Marilm
for study Proper tempera scheduled to he completed by to aid students. Bargar, the library I (
Jane Loping, Kathy McGuire. hear
the fall of lMi6(! It will have I privileged to
Boeing Boeing (Para) ture should be maintained
On October
Monday 25 students Debbie Avd, Debbie Barker Lee Latham a ,
facilities for 4(X) students
Return of Mr. Moto, Overly warm rooms lead to ,
writing for the
TheFox newspaper and Barbara Harvey. for trrn.agf'rs.To .
( ) drowsiness Good illumination initially, with provision for expansion
represented at Second honors achieved
<) were a
to !flit)0,
the University of South Mori. by seniors Pam Jablon, latham explained,

lKhnph'fonald: referred da. Mar I I. n. Becker Sherrie be a reporter a

I DELAND AREA lo questions about the potxl The Masque Club w ill snon. Rouse Mary McNally Karen a big game hunter

bllily of obtaining justice in nor a film festival on each Neville, Tma Torchia and gets the how, why

the miion! courts. Saturday in November The Maria Garcia: juniors, Nancy where the lCul .

films include: Beauty and the McIntyre. Ann Sapp, Joan away the excess (
INSURANCETHE Nordmann Hardware "We have seen, he said, Beast; All the! kings :Men, Tschidc-rer, Mary Kay Hor the' big game
'that in courtrooms in which
CONRAD COMPANY Fusing Ticlla Rapiirad justice is mocked there Is Uiru; and La Stradj. sickle, I'at Burke, Linda La. the subject back

Sporting Goods-Loclimith only brutal repression not
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law is mocked, there is only .

violence, not righteousness:
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invites prayer and participation Says Pacem in Terris

!Staff ranter emphasizes human
ORLANDO are small and match t h e person
Mercy Medical
Center here will' open tabernacle. The
the to patient hospital. on November 21, In anticipation ot that date lamp is of antique wrought ,h IA''CASTF.R Prcn"jbanU ((1\C) The chief emphaaia -

14 receiving tons administrative of personnel 1a busily engaged iron and chain. 1 of Pope John XXIU's encyclical. Pacem In Territ,

equipment and placing supplies !in Heavy oaken pen accomo- la on the human
storage areu. date 76 people and face the person, not on social! order, a Proteatant

An outs ot quiet now, It altar on three sides. The theologian haa said here.
u wW be
when the hospital in which t, for one, feel very
open, 1a the jewel ot a chapel provided for fourth aide is the stained "Thla la where Christians much at home."
Merev HoapitaL glass and paneled wall. Pews
This ia where
begin. moral
The basis such
of a moral
Due the family of those and walls of paneling are !
to( press of the who are sick
stained the r man starts his thinking and order, he said, rests on the
crowds at the open house, not or In the recuperative stag same rich brows I n.tur.II..., Though nationalism .
many had an opportunity to of an illness. his social planning said! beneficial
was a development
examine the chapel well on The hospital chapel will be terior preserve of aluminum the uniform et Dr. Herman F. Reiailg, cf in some ways, he ftit.

the Saturday that Archbishop entered by the public from and plate the department of Interns it can no longer correspondto

Joseph P Hurley dedicated the main lobby. There la an Mercy glass, forming Medical the front of tional affaire of the Nation the "objective requirements .

Mercy and Governor Haydoa entrance from the body of the chapel's window Center t h e al Council of Churches. of the universal human
area do-
Burns spoke hospital for was '
personnel and
It will be signed with a double inner Relsslg made the statementat
an inviting patients.
visit the Most The wall built of wood panelingand a conference on Pacem InTnrl. The Reverend Ira W. Moo.
Sao sanctuary la
carpeted at Lancaster maw, secretary of the Christian
chipped stained glass Theological
nment when In ;
the gold and
hospital a predella of one .
is placed on adhesive materialsand Seminary here, one of thenation's Rural Fellowship, praised
opens.A step higher than one usual the parts of the encyclicalhe
barked to the solid. Panesof oldest Protestant
awareness of ly sees, so that communicantsmay
Christ's dark solid blues and red.domln.te. ySource seminaries. Cosponsors of the said were designed "to
suffering often comes without the .
guide and integrate our thinking
The conference
effect is one were the dioceseof
to in
us a hospital because an altar rail
In of beauty and retreat from the Harrisburg, the Mn""nH.tllntr.1 with respect to the poor
there sometimes Is the the
mutual new "
liturgy, moat of the world
rest of the hospital.The committee and the
sharing, ) of pain with the Bless of the Mass takes place at
the ceiling is white acoustical Lancaster County council ef "It Is nut Cod's
ed Lord. The Mercy chapel center of the altar. Men certainly
tile. Ceiling flood lights Churches plan" he "th,. of
a pacesetter In liturgical art cy's chapel consequently has part
in this era of the new liturgy a comparatively short y e t light up the altar area and "The Pope ralta attention. the earth feast while the reilstarves.
globe is a 16 Inch fixture.A .
communicates the Idea of ample altar. It is five feet to the Increased circulation er .
statue of Our Lady ofMercy
active participation in t h long and three feet vide on from Barcelona Ideas, persons and goods 'from "We need have no fear of
Mass. It is truly one large an octagonal shaped base one country te another, so the
small shrine inside the poor of this earth. They
sanctuary with no altar nil which is trimmed with Italian chapel. that relations hate become do not ask for comfort orrrh'lIee
at a barrier between t h e green marble. The handsome N closer between Indhlduali.families .
Besides being air-condition- or power. They ask
Priest and the congregation.The altar itself Is of Italian tra- and Intermediate at-
f'd. as Is the entire hospital only for work by which twin )
experience of attending vertine marble. the chapel la equipped for of solace to soclatlons belonging to different their bread. The Wet
Mais In The rich patients "
Mercy Chapel therefore light brown shade closed circuit television so political tomunltlfi, should rise up to help them lathe
will give great comfortto of the marble blends beauti Relulg' said.
both the patients and the fully with the golden of that patients who are not ambulatory Mrs. James P. Nolan a member of that the chapel will be entered by the spirit of the Holy Father.

the sanctuary. Resting carpet the may see and hear the Mercy Medical Center Auxiliary in public from the main lobby, Modern in lie said Pacem In Terris In- The rich as Pope John laid,
on "
the Mass through the TV receivers slits that the. International must give to>> the poor.
altar is an oblong shaped low Orlando shows Mr. and Mra. Thomas every reaped aa Mercy .la, its chapel
tabernacle in their rooms. Walsh the altar In the moral order itself demands He called for Increasing nf
ORLANDOWINTER of bronze from hoapital'a chapel. > reflects the spirit of the liturgical renewal
Plans have been made to that "a form of public authority \. American foreign aid aniS
Barcelona. It has four <<1. The members
doors Auxiliary explainedto fostered by the Second Vatican
house a resident chaplain. be establish" and added: "separating of our purposes
PARK"Say that open on both sides of the those
the Center
touring October
Council In ,
altar, en.bl1Jthe Priest "This Is the kind of thinkingKeporrs foreign aid making It
tcrtmo'f >>
clear that we do not mix the
consecrated (Host
It With Fk from either side.Candlesticks military component with" the
>.e" economic component.

COLLEGE PARK and crucifix r.C 1, Florida :

nmn IT "m r r
.-.. .. IITI"I" OrlandoST. served and
tinftlM games were play'ed.
> lilt I I4M THE
Monilgnor Charles A. Ban large balloons.

DINNERS FROM tok Invites all men of the parhh Stan Siwy played the clown
Children'sClothes : 413 r.M. t. 11.00 P.M.
to attend the annual
memorial and gave the children a day
LOUNGE Mils for defeated to remember ARE NOT THE

Line 220 Orlando/ Are. W,. members of the. parish Holy LARGEST, IUT WE TRY

Hwy. $I7-72 Ml 7-4500 Name Society. Mais will be ,sseessss.eeeesssssesN
Fined In children's wow offered on November 14 alI

at budget prc; sAmple Contact M,. Thomas W."UiMl 30 a m. In St. Charles par Subscribo now A/.OL] Per Annum
lih. 'f 4O Current Diyld.n.C.p.u"d.d .
parting 'In rear 4-J94t for tool ads in A breakfast will follow at ",,,,,,,,,,,, "n", ,,,n

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Cal 14 rw Quarterly?
Club In
this; .r... Country
LW Orlando James M. Ruts,
Save with
..-- prominent Orlando attorneyand Security

WATKfWPAINT I Orlando parish seeks blood donors the former will breakfait.Orange bo guest County speakerat solicitor :'&;:tIe LaundryDep.nd.bl. Care SECURITY SAVE FEDERAL AT

St John vlannejr pariah Blood Re last week Registering are Mr*. Thomas Reservations will be available 4111 EoVwaUr Met L .. wawrM, abrade
J serve la being replenished in the current Snyder and Mrs. Ann McIVed right: after each Man on November .

ORLANDO WINTER PARKIn drive for persons to donate blood a member of St. ROM of Lima Circleof 7, During that: day

to the pariah account Mm. PolorreNaruahka. the pariah. Mr.. Snyder and Mra. reservations may also be Herman J. Heicfrich zzt

East Orlando Swbdwtlo or Monterey Home left and Caauner Judakl Barry Gear are co-chairman of t h ecommittee. I made".itch, at by 647Am7 contacting, or Arthur John & Sons

We Have TV." Home You, Want S. Led Get TetWI 1 were two of the 48 donora accepted rieva at 29 UM. Reservations eoIff r _

will not be acceptedafter W FIM' r>M Mt MaMi(

DEMETREE BUILDERS November '7, SIMII ius ......'

J Cardinal; Wyirytnki The yardstick Some 150) attended a St =: 0
HOT E.it Colonial Dr. "Phone 777-WI .
Charles Parish Council
to visit Detroit covered p.PLlrt MIT penal S
dish supper In the social

DETROIT; (NC) Detroit Council's decree hall on Thursday, October 21 LEWIS.COMEXTERMINATING
will be holt to Stefan Cardinal Carrying out a theme
Wynynikl. Primate of Poland. "Something with a good mss
pre tn ar. & W LANDSCAPING and NURSERY I in September! *. guide in brotherhood sage and something for fun," MW' ..,..* w Uf'1WGIllID ewe-.uu W,M aaaoaxnoic M M MM*
As part of the Polish com Mrs. Ray Olech. Mrs, A. P.

I IWO W. FAIRIANKS AYE. WINTER PARK mltlllt,'. celebration of the 11-- .... H* .M>t approximately" half of all the Manaro Mrs Joseph P law.
1000 years of Christianity the for dialogue! preauppotes that Jews ton Jr Mrs. Lee Schmidt and
of tII.orld live in
Cardinal wtl celebrate a Pontifical we Catholics, la the spirit of America Mrs John Aipenlelter presented I I I
Central Florida's Only Working hand la t
Mass la Detroit's Cobo the declaration will loot of hand with them brothers an unusual and most
as ,
Hall, Some 6toA all from hearts Impreislve program. Mrs,
HOMEOur are eipected purge our any have
FAIRCHILD FUNERAL we a glorious opportunity i
to honor the prelate at a banquet slighted/ trace of anti Semi to transform the Council's John Cavern! and Miss Roietta -

aim :Si te continue re ier.* famitei of this: ore with! tfc* later. tlem hitch, In any and all declaration on CatholicJewUhrelations 0 Rrl.n gave the commentary .

urn can, ceurtoiy and contidera; +;en; refardW .f t ti. ft-; The Cardinal la expected In of Its forms. Is a blaiftiemouscwttradirUea from a lifeless piece for a commemorative ef HALL OURCUSTOMERS
Detroit September 1IV4, and of both the letter of All Souls Day.Father ARE [041-4210;
fttno'el circumtTancei" M we Kte fee nay years from our paper into a living document Bronle P. IVnei-.
and the spirit of the Gospel
will stay at Sti. Cyril and whkn. In God'good WARM FRIENDS"MA
location tale l 1".IIiIoe.
""' OIl I and will rich spoke on the Importanceof
Methodius -- forcefully re
Seminary la nearby time, ran literally change the
L Frank Gr.c1 W letty Hoo w'rf; Jr. aW.,Hr F. ..., Orchard Lake, Michigan.l ject) "aa foreign to the mind face of the lartt. praying' 'far the souls In
of Chrt. any dieortmlnatioti. purgatory. Father I R.ne.evlrh .

against mm or haraismentof stressed how close the

For 41 Yean .cty Owned I Operated them because of their race, Winter Part filmed Mother Is to the souls.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK color "condition la life, or religion. sr. MARGARET MARY ST. JAMES

11P. The Ladles' Guild of St
The St. James Catholic
F,1 SUSAN NURSEY ttia a preed beast It win Margaret Mary parish held Women's Club Is planning a
wish TRUST DEPARTMENT Te'eefc' '***: 4471000 be for the lurch I.! the their monthly meeting October covered dub luncheon for 7707 MANDARIN DRIVE

.."*bet FDJ.C. PHONE 6A :.URflVgpRS tailed Males If er ewi BI. 21. The annual book fair their meeting on November I PHONE 11(411

.,.. PrIests, and fabaf, win be held la November It will be heM la the ClubRoom PHA. P.HALES 1100.00 c...
A5**, Mob.t* Hem, |**i...., MedemoaK and Pesa.r l Uena lire .
..t .1st "front a4 st aa eases The Medical Missions commute on Cathead Street at
$.'. Doe.t/t .....;s.".... Aca.anfs/c3s Ii./; AccMARYLAND -ts a-U for e.. rest of the weld will add to their projects 12 30 After the luncheon the .....4

.la tais regard. the collect**) of eeklaises members and ,u..t.'II'

and bearing axil. have the pleasure of hearing S.riegs daps;sed by the hush., the mnrl, ears (nforerf'
'14 Norrli 0..<.,. Aso.Gary's The Church Unfverial' hasa Guest speller was FatherWfMam Jacksonville's Mrs George

FRIED CHICKEN right to eipect this ef HI, Joseph/ of Bishop P Cone, life member of the from fa 'ant.15k* ..eeslslfa ,

Individual Fri.d ChicUn Dinner $1.00F.mify for, in fee Providence of God Moore High kbooL board ef the It. Augustine,

Duck InnSINah'N Council of Catholic Women. ,
P BucUt O'Chiciin $1.95 allOY TRUE lRurT fAVCR past secretary of the National

Fsh Dinner SI.00 ...If MV- M**TM FoR JUST Council of Catholic Women,
SMtt III, MfMIMMM and former .
Shrimp Dinner $1.15 n
U MM PENNIESPER / who will tell of the hUtory of
MV or m. el
..l COMPLETE prxMns TO GO.NOW v the St Augustine Dioceses

R..,., ntt Feel Fart TK nm WALTER MENGES GLASS! pariah are Invited. pne/eed. )"$..... pfd ee C.rt.teel.e .
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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, November 5, 1S" -

: Pope stresses work ,-4 :. ; '

of Christ, the Church

(jt..h_' trim Wt P.) nal \szjnski. Primate of the assembled council Fathers + { s
$ 1 i? ?y tf41 {
flops them, thus rendering Poland: Josef Cardinal Slipyi, saying in an apparent
of reference to such countries V'r
Ukrainian Archbishop as *
the People of God internally r
living and holy and externally Lvov, who reached Home in India and Pakistan, the Dominican
1963 after 18 under arrest Republic and VietNam '
social jean
visible, that is to say do .
and historical. in the Soviet Union: Josef "' : I 1
Cardinal Beran of Prague, "We likewise address an affectionate -
"tte are engaged( In celebrating whom communist Czechoslovakia greetings to our i' e

one of the fullest and allowed to come to brothers, the Bishops who are

most significant moments of Rome last February after IS assisting us and who come

thIs apostolicity years of internment and restrictions from nations where peace is .
; F ran j o Cardinal troubled by so many tears, by
M\. must fed ourselves
Seper of Zagreb Yugoslavia, blood and by devastation, and
clothed with it certainly not
and Valerian] Cardinal Gra where there is a threat of new
in order to attribute themerit
clan of Bombay, India sufferings We pray that order
of it to but
our persons Of the other Bishops from and justice, concord and .
in order to make the glory of ''n t
all continents, two wereAmericansArchbishop veritable peace, may be happily
these acts redound toward Ger restored in their countries -
Christ, for it is in His name "
aid Bcrgan of Omaha, and .
and In the of the Holy]
power Bishop Thomas K. Reilly He continued with description :
which He infuses into
Spirit C,SS,R., Boston.born head of of the event at hand.
us that we accomplish what the prelature nullius of San "The Church lives!" he

we are doing so that, as the Juan de la Maguana: in the said "And here Is the proof:
humble ministers and mediators -
Dominican Republic Here we have its breath-its
that we are, we may Following this reference, breath and its song. The
to descend the
cause upon the Pope turned to all 2325 of Church lives!"
mat! family of God and of

the holy Church the construe Priests on annual retreat at St. AugustinePriests

tive growth prepared for its World will be affectedby

building, which" is a constant on retreat at Hotel Ponce de Leon Heslin Monsignor John F, Scully, Monsignor Monsignor John J, Mullms VF, Monslgnot!

reality In St. Augustine during the last week of October Patrick J. Trainer, Monsignor Irvine Nugent, James J, Meehan, Monsignor/: Patrick J,

In his homily after the Cos- new Church decrees are pictured with Archbishop JosephP. Monsignor George W. Cummings, Monsignor Donohoe and Monsignor Harold F. Jordan.

eel the Pope pointed out the and the retreatmastcr Father C. L. Klslander V.F. Father
Hurley Courtney, Arch The Priests of the Diocese are standing In
element previously unnoted some common of his 24 (C,.li...< ftl* '11' ml) metes will depend
concelebrants among: consequence For one thing, what is done after the'! from left, are Monsignor: James J. P,A., V.F., Monsignor Patrick R Nolan V.F., where they were on retreat k.tw.r;, :
both and
it gives( national or regional council in Rome
"\\e to have -- --------
ere happy conferences of Bishops juridical outside. -- --

around us concelebrating at status, that 18, they become Certainly the new synod or
this apostolic altar Bishopswho in certain matters the international senate of Bishops Council roundup

are dear to us and who lawmakers of the Church will have much to say In

represent countries w her e within their own areas when translating the principles contained "
liberty-to which the Gospel there is a large/ enough majority in these documents into

has a supreme if not refused right: -,is and restricted in agreement on a norms. Unity reflected in votes favoring documentsMonsignor

point. Moreover, the work of the
where some of them are witnesses Up to now these conferenceshave Commission for the recodifi-
of the sufferings which been more like advisory cation of canon law will be at ll\ lather t Placid Jordan likely to be promulgated at Such liberty he stressed, maim unaltered, Inasmuch
Christ foretold to his apostles boards whose decisions could continuous and a VATICAN niT (NC) Those who felt the ecumenical the public session scheduledfor should hold for Catholics as as it clearly states no one
"To these Bishops, to the or could not be honored by Individual long and careful one. council statement about the Jews fell short of expectations November 18. well as those of other faiths, may be coerced in religious
Churches whose suffering/ Bishops were amply reassured! during the council's The tenor of this key. theological Catholics, of course, are matters by civil authority
they bring to mind, to the The of the There Is in the offing the paper, which hat beena bound to accept and professthe The petition of
implementation Pope's reform of the Roman seventh week by Pope Paula reference to the Jews as an integral-:
countries which their presence other three decrees on the center of controversy since truth the Church teaches, Ict group of Bishops that
Curia.lhleh Is composed of people to whom are owed "respect( love end hope.
makes us love all the renewal of religious life the first session. now is more and other believers should id the council adopt a formal
all the offices which help the The Pope's remarks were contained In his October 28
here the
to Catholic
send faith to
more, ve an expression Christian education and semi. acceptable than before to denunciation of communism'
of our solidarity, our love, S Popes govern the Church. talk to the council in public session, as five documentswere Scripture scholars, who asked 1 the extent they recognize it is failed to attain its objective!

and our prayers for better uN..Hwas".N..N..ow The reorganization of these of. solemnly promulgated\ those on the relations with for a greater emphasis on the true. Meanwhile, another council
days fires will certainly have an Christians Christian Enough: amendments
non on scriptural sources of the wordof were
effect on the implementing of Pope Paul VI said, Is due the recess began The committee
Five of the concelebrants Subscribe now education, on the God. offered so as to make Inlthl'rt"vlaion
pas entrusted with the of
the council decisions. ('on\orahon of the council.
were Cardinals: Stefan Cardi "",,,,,,,,,,,,,""' toral duties of Bishops, on At the same time, the Importance necessary the schemas still to be votedon
There/ are still six more decreei t the. renewal of religious\ orders Pope Paul's talk was a men- of doctrine derived It it a long<< and tortiHHii can use the Hire profitablyto

tI ff ffj' council documents, tit and on the training of sage: that reflected the atmosphere from tradition in the Churchis road this draft must pursue. get them in final shape"
\ be given final approval-those Priests. of harmony among the not bring neglected Beyond doubt eventually Itwill They are the ones on the missions .

: nn religious<< liberty, the lay Comfort could he drawn council lather, The '01"1floln The document w'Ill\ leave the be. accepted and promulgated the Priesthood, the

J..1 Ipolllolat". the m 11118"I.prlf'IUy from this address also by ( acceptance of Ihl'dol'uml'ntl various avenues of theological Of Church In the modern world,
course, one should not
I life and work, divine were virtually I t and bbertv
research until the religious
other non.Chrbtians whom open problem
revelation, and the Church in sight of the fact that the
the modern world Pope Paul mentioned as still unanimous. of the two sources" of substance of the document reo r:xrept for some 300 rounM .

departed from the full communion" There were only B8 dissen. revelation Is better clarified. <' Fathers and quite a number .

Some of these' documentswill of the Church, Inut tern with the text on mm Hut In proposing a balanced holds of experts still concerned
rtZr create new offices to assist ing them at the same time to Christian, 35 against the education approach it will also add impetus Congo 20,000 with these drafts, the remaining .
in implementing their become aware of its "remitted document four opposedto l In the work of biblical Sudanese refugees members of the big a*

provisions. For I Instance face" No messagemore (he one on Religious, three scholars, unrULlI\: II.U:. The Gmg semblv, about :2nno! )) In all mint
there already exist a post- timely could hoe come each on the Bishops' duties (In the schema en religious 1\:1(: :| Terror in Southern stand ta for voting when the
conciliar liturgy commissionand on the seventh anniversary of and seminaries liberty, now revised for the Sudan has produced a stream documents are ready for their

an expanded commission the election of Pope John All the other 2.123 Bishops fourth time, tension! remained of refugees into the Congo examination.

for mass media. XXIII to who** inspiration, present cast ballots in favor Immediately after Bishop that now exceeds 20000. ac
In other words the F:mile De Smerit of Bruges
r 1I posUonriliar of the documents cording to estimates here In EDUCATION FOR
period Is as importantas 444444444444444444044444444 Belgium, presented his reporton addition, other thousands have
the actual period of the'! Pope emphasized" the new text it became evident fled Into the Central African
Confirmation and tI\ thecouncil
council Itself, But as many of progress. croll of that the differences over Republic, Ethiopia: Kenya s.edw err robe, |
the Fathers, experts and even this Issue remained and IgandaConditions. catalog dm Sine '
non.Catholic observers have scheduleThe The Church Inn, he said \ n I II' e r I n I objections of in the Sudan continue unique. << academe
1 and ert'ecvrrvew ]
I pointed out in dozens of statements It has youthful/ energy and those ,who expressed their to deteriorate as thoMoslemoriented tar pfvcnm. Ac-
the renewal of the Confirmation schedule lasting vitality F"reservationalone fear that religious freedom credted collage
(hurch depends on the renew for the Diocese of St t Augustine is not its objt''hhe might impair the Faith Itish the northern part governmentin of the 5'.,. grades 10 .

al of the individual: Catholic, li .i follows with both said, but a constant effort at op De Smedt pointed out that country attempts to crush all 12 at Melbourne.Grade .
and this individual renewal (ceremonies taking place at 8pmi perfecting the Church."' such freedom dispenses no divergence by the Christiansand 1 ,. as FLlauderdei

depends on the intelligence, Only six schemas remain one from his moral duty toward others In the South. Latest *limited.Write Retcvationtt -.

good: will and capacity for November 7, Jacksonville, on the council agenda The truth but such liberty reports tell of daily dvpartures Col. Vemon

making things clear for all San Jose parish one on divine revelation was should I provide safeguardsthat of villagers: and ofli i<'tals J. Hart I.wrnFoiidi I
who have the responsibility of NoVernber I, Jacksonville adopted. October 29, with a are essential for seeking at Aweil who are forred to Air
leadership both clerical and Beach, St. Paul parish. vote of 2081 to 27 It was then truth without being forced to hoard trains headed north and Academy

lay ...._,,,,,,,,,,,..N.v., referred to the Pope and is act against ont's conscience are never heard from again

HN memorial Mass

A traditional part of the annual convention of TAMPA

Diocesan Union of Holy Name Societies held last

weekend at Tampa was the memorial Mass for the

deceased members of the HNS Father James J. jJLIi3N INSURANCE .

)Irstin, assistant spiritual moderator, celebratedthe ; : A.te 1 Lf; .H..... If Iyv'n: ,M

Mass on October 30 at Sacred Heart Church. t % (liJ' HENRI A. MONTEAU

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