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 12, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00098
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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Historical Review devotes

caihoHcCOI. : i issue to Church in Florida

The Catholic Historical R.*'lew. quarterly publics d.
: 1 tion of the American Catholic Historical Association, has Irww

devoted iU fall number to the 400th anniversary of the --- nb i ..f.fI .fs

\\MI, 1'0.2 Orlando, Florida, Friday, >o\en.her It, lWtt! 10c Catholic Church in Florida
j Three article and numerous maps and photographstell +v r

the story of the founding of St Augustine in 1565 and I

of the subsequent Spanish missions in Florida.; A fourth '" t.

School enrollment article review the holdings of (the Mission Nombre d,

up Dios Library in St. Augustine \
city of St Augustine
All the articles are
h Its pioneer mission of \ J
4\\\ \
Priests of the Diocese of
de Dios.
Augustine The table of contents lists \
8 cent in Diocese Father Michael V following articles on the
director of the Mission .rly church in Florida:
hombre de Dion, stated I
The lint Is "Four ('onl,",.
this w as the first time, so (
JACHSOM1LLK: There are 16 per cent more room In order to hold classes Nsrratlves .f tht
as he knew, that the
freshmen in Catholic High Schools of the Diocese of St. down to 45 pupils at t h e pages had been devoted .f st. Aunntlne,"

Augustine this year than there were last )'..ar. Monsignor most new classrooms( were tirely to any one plsce. Father Matthew! J. rlllllIlIy. .
Mortimer Danaher diocesan director of schools added during the past few .
interviewed It it a distinct tribute
this week at his office here said that in the last months. Said Monsignor t the foureenturles-old C"hur Father Connolly who li

two years, total enrollments in the diocesan system have Danaher: in Florida," the Priesthl.tartan a tll' of St Joseph Church

increased by more than "During! the pail twelvemonths said "that this di hinter Haven, holds the
8 per cent schools Increased 7 per cent, we have added facilities tinguuthed Journal should of master of arts In
the high schools have Increased from Its usual from the Catholla
part ) .
This notable increase at the In the continued expansion
by a rather notable It and concentrate an '... of America in ;
schools. And
freshmen level has sparkedwhat *f cur we ?
per (cent a survey of the rut t date number on our \ h jtnn, I),C.
has become the usual kept numbers doves In
24 months shows The total enrollment nUl"! The second article, by Fa
steady increase of ..Iudrnlafnroll..d each room
of children under full- Father Cannon pointed Gannon, is "Sebastian,
Catholic school
in ,
time Catholic Instruction this The fad that there are 1ft that the Inclusion of Pioneer American
not only in our Diocese
year from kindergartenthrough per cent more freshmen this and photographs\ in the '. 1 .j\.1S'12.\ "
hut throughout the
said country, grade: 12. is M.343: year than taut year, he said, rill number I is alwt a The third article, by Fa-
Last )ear according to Man. is an indication that more tare from the Uev lew's Charles W Spellman, i Is

Overall growth: ..f the signer' Danaher, we had atotal and mare of our Catholic people practice The Golden Age of
Schools In the Placese this \ enrollment of 32,W>4. are realizing how well I I Even: the rover was Florida Missions lfttt- Journal devotes issue to St. Augustino

)ear showed a I per rent I I., All schools in the dtooe* n Cathohc education serves, dally designed, he said 74 "
create at the clementirylevel. system he heads are now hotd- especially! on the high school show the detail from a Esther Spellman hJ held Father Michael V Oannon right, number of the learned! journal Is devote'

The high school have big at 4) the maximum number \\f'HI. for the important .periods of St Augustine drawn degree of master of arts shows the special Quadrlcentennlal H entirely tn the qusdricentennlsl fit
Inrressed I prr rent tier lent of students m any class- in the growth of children. 17(2 The detail shows th history from the Universi number of 'the Catholic Histories! Re the Catholic Church In Florists" All of

)ear of (California was pastor( view to Father Bernard Dooly. newly the articles are by Priests of the Dio-

the Church of Our Saviour ordained Priest from Ireland. The fall tea of S t. Augustine.on .
The growth of enrollment Good works will follow ("ncoa Beach where he

Is about what was anticipated .. on February :28! 1W, Spanish Missions In Flnrl- of the Review, "Mission of Catholic I'nlverslly of Amer-
is view of the steady growth after completing his day, stated Father Cannon, Nomhre de Riot library" ca Press. ..""nltn", Dr.,
picture In the State of Florida rill I.. He wai one of the who also wrote the fourllThl( Catholic llistorlcatItevlew 211017 Single copies of the

ever the past number of Council Pope Paul says 'ountt> 'a foremost experts( article In the coming number Is published by the Review\ are two dollars )
>ears, the director of schools ,

said UhiU the elementaryPontiff By Jsme C. O'Neill,, for the Church's action Father Sebastian Montero 'discovered' ;-'KY LIBRARY,

VATICAN CITY (.NC) ,-- Overwhelming approval for whxh doubtless will\ be
the first document to be Us'''set" by an ecumenical council ceedingly salutary for I I ; fiA Hior )Kir

asks on the role of the layman in the Church was Indicated byunctil'a good The of Pope souls called" attention, Success story four centuries old

results of voting at the ec November 9 general the lmpresK the council h.

prayers for meeting. made on world public '
At the same meeting a rIng >pal letter was read confirm- He cautioned against' archives

all the dead December 8 as the offki cloning date of the Secondr the momentum of the unearthed in Spanish

Vatican Council December 1 r was set as the final plenary
'TlCCITY meeting at which all rents lolng: documents before the "That might happen '(In forlKromlns (MUM o f The hands. ('.(hone there Priest of my company' snd advance< around! the northernand
(C''J- when
the councils
Pope r.ul1 at a Man In t.r"'rr"r council will be formally turn to their dioceses from dksenistont and dee I 11 la II \will b# digest .f the othervVrury artiness In the special\ snnlONK four soldiers ." western flanks of Sand
voted on and promulgated Until' very recently 'h I 11wss t 1nl. and erected a airing salgarrisoned (
baches m An Sonl'iday "a long and fnrKlahnr! ceases, the apostolic ," I..u of the atho-
the Isit word about forts that ifrett "h-
November Ji, urged the by Pole rlul1.. taking with them the I legit t. ef the sacred pastors : of the first autlientl-
.. IIUI rial Review, Nest Father Mnnlero that history as far si the fhatlahno.he
Falser: the Ifary Father .
thattands preien) to pray not mate satisfaction of having weaken and their attention missionary suereses
l only for their dear ones but had leased an.. spoetolic ,.. prepared prevideMial htttni the repoosttwlltM ''''1''', |
I sisal I for all the dead particularly nnrtatmi on the ecumenical meals for the true renewal of upon them In the .- .... / /empraryerratleee' ) of ran Indians has been" revealed was lust to history and remains'I Spanish arms now prr\a |
unknown for most of INfMighmit thin great Indislre
victims of '' council, urging all Catfcallrit \the Church. for the. mum ofChristians ar perM slmiM Hg," In an article published thlweek .
accidents and for those who t beg far an.. PeMecast'that and for the parifiration said .. FIMImllng sir !141' Augiin- In the 01)f'1.1| St Augustine the nest four centuries .l" n. Mil the ('ra' 1I'lIrl"

; have no one !. pray for them. will\ renew the. Chares sued elevation of thettnlru.1 "In fact the f
Tope Paul was carried late and the modern wsrM.Speakiag order." (,fICInIIfIU., bark iinolly.) her of the Catholic Historical I dltrnvered nrMtnesIl, 'led the' In
p'a.f'rh gsrrlw** to te*( h the In-
St Peter's en a portable to crowds on Sundav HevlewTh" that Father Krbtsllsil Masters
throne and was warmN greeted the 'IWy Father! drew attention \\0 He urged (.lh.Un U thank. II'A article. "ficbasUanMunirro. remslsed smtsg I I'" e liana and let them! know hthey to'"

bv thousands In the basilica to his ethwtatean\ say Gd Ur the help, He has given I'Ktnrrr Ameriran ....Iarl Indian. orals learn, are In' live. ."Ir11"
; Parishes to find Our lord .
that he wished fer Iwo joinin "
The Pope celebrated Mail lug I.) the rMnrll."IMeed. Missionary 1VA-IJ71, by ssd h. enlisted| a rfmsrksbl 1'nforlunstelv. sod tinTCwintaWy -'
at the high papal altar while tftMtgi First that" the rOIl Father MM heel V Cannon, snrreis wild th"m.Wlln"wt -tulit,
the Sistine Choir sanf chtsMn (ref the Council! maybe ," the Pope said, reports the discovery of documents that Inlrnnr
swrounded by further "., we consider UM Immense annual drive front the archives of rep,,,rt,1 Ulrr In of outrHMiU" wsi abandoned\ lath

la a brief sermse after the prayers and tseeoMI I mt4s of work fwwtai by the the Indies In Seville, Spain, 'Seville; that the Priest taught '"* following yearAnd

'earl I. p.pe Pail ssld that roar good win In perfernMK rsNMCil. M far we are aitonlswd and their dinrlwiure of I h e the Indian four bask pray Father Mllnl_,. him
ChriUUs pre lag far the dead good works will mark UH l U site the sumerouipnMt : year during : the Bishops( of the United" siirreiiful missionary labors ers (the (Mr Father, the Hail self withdrew (rem Sealant

Is a tree "'''..10. af the fruits of the CatMCil" tf doctrine ,"poHd by States appeal for omit > to help alleviate the desti- of a Spanish insular ',-" Mary. the Creed and.. the Hail I I. IJ7J for ressnss .f( falling

ommsslas) .( saints.He la the papal docvtmee, dated the eatraordrsory m*gut enwn tutlon of millkms. In Florida named SeltasUsnMnntero IMv Queen) "*ni ether health Al subsequent evenltUrsed

ssld It Is is eierrise of November 4 and published of the lurch and the Monsignor Patrick J. nor, . Chrutlan. things that are cut, the I'rlesl front
the theological virtues of twa days later In the \'atarasCitv wise disrls4lnary measwes cesan board of Catholic "' ., has expresuMl the hope rather' Mutitert's works ne easary" ID them for their rrlj was the Isst as he had.

faith bop and chantir.. newspaper, L'Oftn a- chub ta faithftii. coettnuatienw that the 17th animal : Clothing (.mr"'rn' were ew dmt l at ftoatarl, s sslvstlon bees Ihe first "I'rleil tnltilns. *
tore Romano pope Pat s<. i (III) eo 'rl.ast .1 1 tradition will meet with the large Indian lawn In pretext. lit taught them In worship any I. the h-lils hack evntry
rOYTUr', back ld hoi tad lake th_lr <*iia- regularly on Sundays and
page the count j Fathers w reWjig are cp. c.r.g; turns of the previous day Smith Car 4lsa, which I .( la tlorld
years. .... I* Ike psrlih' )I. their holy d..ys, to abstain. ,from
Parishes throughout I h ,.... In the imh re tnry wai a partof meat on Frtdy. and la observe lie seem li 1',,, 'ft
Dtoiese 01.. Spanish )Florida, The .
AugutUn a the CiHMinsiidnieeis. there. lilt trse of r> ..m. r,
ready t.. scceft ilnsstsssu t'sed' artklei that Amerl Priest bad arrived tn' Fiends (If equal listened, FstherMnnlero m>r of his lah ** Mill, it nb
srvtresMe' used t' ran share or spore 'be at SI Augustine' In 195',4.A taught them t h s written/ new belatedly
shoes bed (knee biMkett weeds native of Rrls| Mi Hf. sis,
firertmis' beyond Spanish/ language,, IwMmg that FWf Nttolero" at Gu,i.
twN...heN MesM. Pa tan ... m4tfii. In due ned' he rame here as l.hatoI..1I to the skill of reading and writing tart J'tllltwlof'tl the first e um"

been pw wad with ", the world Not only Ihe company W Csptam Juan with IM resiSt, a* a aSpams I Ural ....... tn Mho" h I I h e
to Mp. dxyttrt ttte d nati it provn1 prvtrrtiMi "'.,dtt, aI aerompoohwl Par- sotdief I...'...., Mt MSMSWI. center or St.AJBt ; .
ta \the New Y *k wifehoymAD the cold of winter or do aid hat men to their Ms- "ltI.( many of them" under ..s.* eauM lay'taint i .
",,,(,. ...."",*.1! raws or thus si Son ,111". the tart if dig ',,1
'''...'.1.. C.lk.lle stoml. moth */ It Htrn.. it.i his. rat..r fiaajmn uv. "
p ...(..I.'w.. are united ng trocMtal sun but M the !Xpanlih .erlem.M fit< Sanla rfiretlSMi, and aarHtai. ...- the Father M"fll.,1I H>H ."
I Jab Is Ike .( T .. o tell safeguard' the very Fleas; spirit ,
Island Smith Cara4iaa: > In
agamit crippling r wtth wham he warkH. s ,..,..,. peesarvH. m I h o
t( .' dMeavs, aid. impnace-( August t.. \\'ii*. Pedr Menendel gnat' sod l Arrhlv af the ladies<< in SF
m.'l toOustarl viHa
Central .", k .r emitHiue 'workMg 1'fI. .f.> chiMren ti attend w.hs.l. make sn overland rerm0nussame
and new
es|>*4itl. .i In IVI7, and "
Uw t shame. spnntors say of trial 'the' ,Indus turt".twet"
renamed the town> SeUmmaIMinsg avadaltloa ,
plans study CMriftg sad ntaterials ton same far whet u sow' tM w Ibis serosd martbPsrdo M IM Mission af Nmn'.rt/ d.
to the 1>i. iksfi...< terser t t KawrtiMeeiHl'S Carehear. muted atit a lion of the,

g ("..INtI" are pa k directed J'.,"* I.l

w, /M of music sklpfH. overseas .f IIlt.. vliil| l the India.. eMefUl/ UIrwrl Southwest Coast to hold
tn tHnte in Mad hv
.... a chubs l l lnUxlI
ORI.lwi riHirrh / in Relief 1IrrII", I hem., and I. "*ee lk.l I II e
wiD be th Mibee sal a ,.art i *.,.*.* tat sfenrv nf Amen J'4iiiis became" lbllla.a," workshop on sacred song
1 1.v cal! seeders tI stash hert. ,. CaUMlrs wtue .f..rstes
leads". Nt e''r ... .t more than W eeuabwe. Pars itotwrfH from Sanis
r..rrnll11tnMu Andrews, MIt OTA
I.I I. James" flssrefc. / Flea MI Navemtier 1. Nat, -
T.,.... J Farrefly.AI ,... | l it with IB S4dk Nsillevrt. of muse, .will *o dwrt a liturgical! mu. .> w')irk*
I hen aemmr.... < appeal and. ..>. .....(.... ..alw, SM| fur )Mrk. iMnl of tIN Noutawnit (lam-et tlrsnrr y /i! Sun/ *

1 w. sf ... ....iftslwe ".... CatfioKc Univtriity: ldornti'ru' day November I t. All ,..ti>r. m the area have hern :InVtUd -

...v. M ctersj W .... Peep!. lit eaeeme.ad Ie It it* .... Pads aid Wt Prtost mad
fit shoat etidrt rgMUU.cbetr ......,. ........... .. Seedy, ........ *vMMri stumbled. .*.. I h e .,........ rflrectars l ..t lrtr the now role l set r> ,1C

diemMrs. II ............ ., 31. to till' asa.ial settee! great s4ian time af THIS**" "' ....,., rkfilr SMSsArr* snfartjripanM >> amassg M She' rel tnr<"t|.''.,t ,r.

satfMg arc snitssl .. aft"' -. far ell atkohr. I'-*.v eeyai rem4o.. a cI bin chef Usttowated. .ps.......... its nt th* kunh! r IN* r., "pr'i ,
the a..ft bloats ,. of Aiwrtea M w..ssjsjtse) tamenn of I... C ateece frihe liv. ItimlMM af osea' "

Five bells for the Cathedral ...... Mon J ls I rtsrk ( UBS wee.. aaatsrs. rt Prom hn. ituitT "f IM 4nruIHMVU >a wwUlkkf all frees rota MkM la i hair. theaters of '"rig. art
ike asVaMe II Nmcsnbr ..td letter tnm tta Chem rsOter GajKM > s sf lilt ear| *" will ba arVBed.
*4tJ how IM MMsAei
f i>t'jr aJ] Ic!r.rat that: cast la 1M'. mi tie r-'r: two of tie at (t. James In It At{.**. atassf ifaH feaun a JM vmsttraf ....,:.. act Luiaada, ooh sfaeui *mphaiiiajs .

w-Qi nrg then la the future it aea elder beUs sent ta Wand: for recap Cam TlvMtai A4f >. '" Ie men.ms shit ....tIEtIIN what M ear. A(4ereas ffia ........ wM he e.d *. full musical partjriaatHM
by UN congregation atViexlay
0. ", M. Prteestorg. ...* .. Sunday s* tNt UM pMfle tamely. leN raratMaHeie
here on fire bells:: r( the Cathedral of ing In the rctreiM: right. masseaye btMtkaloth
llaro"* M
si ...
*** rfcrr. .. saver. a .. t. prgnd. .. give ...... I stayed. I 1\ ar 14 am w.
ft, Augustus The Hs. all wit 'M bes k irass on the t.w ter Ml UMTn&ctt .
( mum 2 la t aciukM The M>..UNI will ba sn. i flutiwt
....... ..e .nmsrn a '. .ors.M SMffwrt. to the Iol; dsre. Wee ar .... l *awmto
bf a tract mncuent before seesaw oo* of the ,./U belle fro tike ,. ..... III. a eI tic anerauia. Simile s" praitMal" velum so ..11lie'
..... inn uS ....... w *rsst> *fcr. the ... al rut ksssr
begin U (J"'lt them ;A place J> U* Card l latr Ifttb (ntur) MWVT "I tH AikjrM4ilie' re.td Smith .( fie 'fa ..t_ u Ukr upn' nl ul i hieftaiii *.,iiri aitwrUiii( to Mod

| ar"1 the !.,..., srr from the !lift C'at&rdrmi Par st ry and luttura. ful M t.rtltllt4 M M 'IMP 1.1. tliufilMl' |pie ieiwaeg U.eaa rsassom I" .0'1", o' ties( *'rtk..a..pI, ",.e..r' I I. toI-I..I.: I. V,f.,

tea rut !In I 178?, 'h :..t of whKh ass turn to page eight g*. act *n a of ef DM' v. k them sift. *, I g.,e sb'n'ha ,has, a ,,11 PlpI.III.it4 .1"11'11I' pdvtor of St Mattha'i.Theftcrtda .


The Florida Catholic November 12 1963 .-....,., ,.., -- .-.- ". .
Friday .....-

\ Florida women urged to renew

.. A ,.9

I FlortdaReport's 1 ,, '.*elrr'Os. 1fke Y s fight against obscene literatureBy

St. Petersburg tending Mass and receiving ..
of this
holy Communion at St Joseph Mavis Day lion on legisla

TRANSFIGURATIONThe Church. (Mrs. Al J. Day is publicity chairman for the St. Augustine tion.

Women's Guild of Breakfast was at the Princess Deanery Council of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women.) Deanery sessions were preceded
Transfiguration 9 30 a m. Mass eel
parish will Martha Hotel. The State by :
sponsor a dessert card partyon Regent of Florida, Mrs. Frank i'l GAINESVILLE-Plans to learn High Mass in English ebrated by Father Thomas
November 20 In the church Gross, pastor at St. Patrick'snew
Scheidell announced the appointment here of the St.
highlighted the November 3 meeting
social hall at 1 p.m Tickets, of Mrs. Victor p I church in Gaine.vllle.The ,

which are one dollar, may be Greenan, as the second district I ,- Augustine Deanery Council of Catholic Women. St. Patrick's Women's

purchased at the door the day deputy supervising the A speaker, E. M. Booth Assistant States Attorney Club I with Mrs. Daniel J.
of the party or reservationsmay Brennan, president, was in
St. Petersburg-Tampa area I't "- from Duval described the of obscene
4 County, rapid spread
be made with Mrs. Vfil courts.A e charge of arrangements for Q
area I
liam Callahan ((343-0843)) or musical of Irish n material in this country and there are racks with lurid descriptions the 190 women attending the

Mrs. George Aplin ((525-6226)) James program Calderbankwas t. outlined steps to combat It. above them classifying meeting

Mrs. Terence J. Smith and. songs presented by at this well. He urged the women to re their subject matter for Mrs. J. H. Palmer former

Mrs. Robert Lange are chairmen attended affair. The guest new their battle against the benefit of the buyer. diocesan and national coun

of the event. speaker for the occasion was printed filth. He was intro According to Mr Booth, cils' president, also welcomedthe

BLESSED TRINITY Father Edward Kirby of St. duced by Mrs. Dan Stoufer, there are efforts afoot todayto women to Gainesville

Salad luncheon and bridge Paul Church St. Petersburg. deanery vlce-president. awaken America to the Mrs C. C. Lewis Jr., of Jack.

fame will be held on Tues Court St. Ann, Catholic Mrs. James L. Lacher of problems in this field. This tonville, former deanery president .

day, November 18 at 12:30 Daughters of America will Bradenton, diocesan president past year the situation was expressed the appreciation
p.m. In the social hall spon sponsor a dessert card partyon outlined the details of so bad that England asked the of the deanery membersfor

sored by the Blessed Trinity November 20 at 2 p.m. in the DCCWs program of lay U.S. Ambassador to do everything the hospitality of the

Women's Club. Donation it the St. Joseph parish cafetorVurn. participation in High Mass in possible to stop the floodof Gainesville club.

one dollar. For tickets call 2100 26th Avenue South, Altar serves in SarasotaMembers English and asked each affiliation indecent literature going Miss Idelle Murphy, dean.
89S--690 or 867-5439. St Petersburg Mrs. Kit Mul- group to practice and learn into that country from America ery president, conducted the

Blessed Trinity Women's lenax, grand regent is chair. of St. Rita's altar groupin recent membership tea. Pictured from well the material being sent and they rejected about session during which deanery
Club held their November man. All are asked to bring to them so they can participate 1000 publications that they committee chairmen outlined
Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Guild left are Mrs. Roger Alberta, Mrs. Stan. for the
monthly meeting on Tuesday, their own cards. Donation Is properly at High Mass considered obscene, he said. their programs year.
Sarasota, displayed some of the vest. ley Hytrek chairman, and Father
November 9. Guest speakerwas one dollar. during the forthcoming Eucharistic If would look atwhat She reported that Father
ments they take care of during the Joseph P. Moran pastor.
Father Howard Lifts Congress of the Dio their children have an David T. 0 Shea of St. Monica

Roast beef social, sponsoredby New Smyrna Beach cese.Mrs. opportunity to buy at bookstands parish, Palatka, would serve
the Blessed Trinity Men's William Wallace of St.P.ul .
Club and Holy Name Societywas SACRED HEARTOn JacksonvilleSAN heart surgery, one of medi New Port Richey they would make the deanery as Its spiritual
parish Jacksonville, was moderator for the cemlag l
It said
effort to
cine's achievements In recent every stop ,
November 20 the Altar
held .
on Monday, November JOSE QUEEN OF PEACE appointed as deanery chairman Mr. Booth.
8 at 6:30: p.m. in the social Society of Sacred Heart years of the music year.
The "pumpkin Jump" will Plans were made at a recent new com
Mrs. John Kearney and
hall. The event Church, New Smyrna Beach invitation was acceptedto
was attendedby be the theme of an informal mittee. The exl.tinglaw on obscene An
about 70 men. Guest speak.er plans a dessert card party at dance to be held Saturday, Mrs Eugene Corrigan will meeting of the Rosary Mr. Booth told the delegatesthat literature dates back to 1957 hold the 1968 spring Deanery -
the Coronado Recreation Center represent St. Vincent's at the Altar Society of Our Lady .
John with the Resurrection
was Schoen St dominant meeting
the morals of and states that the
November 13, from 9 p.m. to young people
Petersburg football coach Beachside, from 1 to 4:30: 1 a m. at the Lakewood Wom convention of Florida State Queen of Peace parish for of America are beselged theme of material in order to parish Women's Guild

Robert Rothe and Hugh Davis p.m. There will be prizes for an's Club. Chairmen are Mrs.J. Hospital Auxiliaries, Novem their fall and winter activities today by an unrelenting force be obscene must be considered in Jacksonville

were cochairmen of the each table as well as favors Donovan and Mrs. R. ber 21.23 at the Fontainebleu Saturday, November 20, that has no concern for their as a whole and must ap Among the Priests attendIng -

event. for all. The donation is one Rhodes and proceeds will go Miami Beach. a delicious spaghetti dinner good and has profit as its aim. peal to prurient I Interests, the meeting were Monsi.
dollar per person.At will be served in the parish Mortimer Danaher, Sail
CDA toward the new library. Dona. BradentonST. Referring to smut merchants based upon contemporary gnor
the regular meeting of tion is three dollars per hall on Washington Street, flooding the country with obscene community standards. In 1961, Jose Church Jacksonville;
On the Feast of Christ the November 5, there was the JOSEPH from 5 to 7 p m. Mrs. Herbert James J. Heslln.St .
couple. literature Mr. Booth our State Legislature adoptedthe Monsignor
King, Court St. Ann 1545, showing of a collection of various St. Joseph parish of Braden. Grove will serve as chairman. said he has personally inspected above into law and. in Paul Church, Jacksonville

Catholic Daughters of America handcrafted items for the MOST HOLY REDEEMERA ton will launch a glant.slzedthreeday Mrs Aimee Cassidy, president many types of this 13! attempted to pass a law Beach; Father Patrick M.
festival November
held its 12th anniversary Christmas bazaar to be held dance will be sponsoredby on announced that the material and Madden Blessed Sacrament
annual that he is shock making it a felony as opposedto ,
and 14 their
with members and friends at December 14. 12,13 on
the Holy Name Society of school 26th Street bazaar will be held on ed by what he has seen. At a a misdemeanor to sell obscene Church, Tallahassee; Father
grounds on
Most Holy Redeemer parish.It West. Monday and Tuesday, Decem recent conference of Citizens material to minors. The Thomas F. Kelly, St Edward

will be held on November This will feature ber 6 and 7, in the parish for Decent Literature of bill was not successful, but Church Starke; Father William .
major project
20, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at hall. There will be handmadegift Church of the
ST. PETERSBURGALPINE a midway, where rides America In New York City he Mr. Booth said he would make A. Kelly
the National Guard Armory, for people of all ages will be Items, delicious home went to book stands where efforts again at the next ses- Epiphany Lake City; and
6974 Wilson Boulevard Cedar
( baked goods, country store Father Michael V Gannon,
Hills Armory), Music will be available; games; booths In 3 _->)
white elephant booth, religious Mission of Nombre de Diet,
which homemade foods,
provided for listening and articles and cards and
St Augustine
plants, religious articles and
dancing entertainment in the many other added attractions.The Also attending were past
Edouard C. other items will be
Craig popular on
Glen Miller style by the Holi
Confraternity of Chris d I 0 e e s a presidents., Mrs.
sale an attic sale, plus a {
The oil Contractor and Distributor days For reservations please
new Nursing Horn : variety of other attractions. tian Doctrine of Our Lady George P Coyle. Mrs T B.
for the finest in Nursing for call Johnnie Montgomery at r
( Mrs. Sedding
Church Grady
Queen of Peace
Home Carp Viton Motet, Ctnmi 688.6104. The highlights of the festival -
847-4573 and MOllie Tiles however, will be the fol. its second year of religious >: and Mrs. Palmer

ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL lowing: (fish fry which will instruction classes on I ,
3456 21st Ave. South 917.49th St. So. 347.4101 }j
Dr Samuel Myrick will be be served from 4 to B p.m. on September 15. To date there ;{ IfHarvest Sisters open welfare

the featured speaker at St Friday; a hootenanny which are 198 students registered

Holy Name Church Vincent's Hospital Auxiliary will begin at 8 p m. on Satur from pre.school through the ( 4 center in BombayBOMB
November 11 at 12th grade, with 15 teacherson ,
meeting day; and a chicken barbecue IVC< ) Auxiliary
0 S JACKSON'Se133a 10:30: a.m. in Schultz Auditori which will be served from 11 the staff. Bishop William Gomes ef

um. Dr. Myrick will lead an a,m. until 5 p.m. General The junior and senior high Bombay has opened a new
SHOESDON Illustrated discussion on open) chairman Harold A. Keller In-1 school classes meet every welfare center for Ilum-dul-

vites one and all to attend this Wednesday evening and the lers in this city Operated by

BARDELLA HEARING AIDS outstanding event. preschool and elementary Sisters and lay persons, the

St. Petersburg $4995 classes art held on Saturday center offers free educationand
Manager ,... MaitlandST. medial services.CLEARWATER.
444S. 9th Street, North 641 Central! Aye.. 162.U55 Tab Ca.... "."I 11 e1. .. ,... mornings 4
..". ...tI., ..........1 MARY MAGDALEN The preschool class of 29
ELSWORTH There will be a solemn novena three to five year olds, was
.... T'.... sl./, rho ..6NNMOIIAI. In honor of Our Lady of added this
*:! Try OUR BANDWAGON ? year.
the Miraculous Medal at St.
; Members of the executive
BIG DISCOUNTS-GOOD SERVICE [ Mary Magdalen Church beginning
!'%'' OFF Tlih ..4 f...r, .. ......1 l ..... HIM Sunday, November board of the CCD are: Father
j ,. Michael O.S B.
.d. 'I., Ya1//1 Leap parish
| HOTEL CHINA AND"G'LASSWARE'co"&tf \ 14, and closing Monday, November director; Charles Leichner time themeThe The J. Orlando c., Inc.ROSARIES .
22. Father Thomas
.l.HtllK UOHIL .u. w, Mk* PS. I..ILI., risk Sr., president I ; Frank -
Browne C M. will be the :
speaker for the novena.guest All Klausch, Mrs. Edith B. Cooper "country store," one of five booth* to be RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
Mrs. Margaret R. O'Con
men and women of the parishare featured during St. Joseph's festival in Bradenton, MM !.. M I* I/.MI
BRETT FUNERAL HOME nor Frank McKissick, Mrs. .
invited to attend.St. November t..5.tl. '- iasrl
'lt 1UlIlU':18I!d4A. Frank Klausch. Mrs. Herbert 12.14, will offer home-prepared dellca
345.0101 AMBULANCE SERVICE Mary Magdalen Altar Grove, Mrs. Charles Leichner clet. Setting up the booth are, from left, Mrs.

Ne_ .. w'H.,...* M. Iff Society will sponsor a game Sr. and Mrs. George Lively, James A. Hopkins, Mrs. Walter J. Decker and Mrs.

u u u uJi 649 2nd Are So. Ph. I42-4SOI day school on lunchroom November from 23 1 In 30 the to The teaching staff Is com. John T. Nicholas. ENGELBERT'SDRESS

ST. PETERSBURG posed of !Mrs. Jessie Braden
4 pm. Refreshments will be
Mrs Herbert Grove, Mrs. ,
George E. Thiel, Mrs. James OrlandoST. Betty K. O'Brien TRIMMINGS FAIRICS
site crated A..a '" e.N.rt On November 14, J Holy(
wau.. T. T.-.r Ti.wa a. anN Name Communion Sunday, OMalley, Mrs. Alex E.Glan. JAMES & Company PFAFF SEWING
.. I
c..u..a nt. after the 8:30: Mass, the six ., Sirs Frank MiKls- Members of St. Elizabeth's ,IMS 1... '". fl M.*IM
past presidents of the parish sick, Mrs. Adelaide Hagen Guild had a very successful trill" MMITMU MACHINES

J. Lee Bellord 4% Holy Name Society will be mostr Mrs. Frank R. card party to start off the fall M HIM 1140 N.t otendStreo$
Klausch Miss Rita
It. President presented with commemorative White activities on November 4 with!
pins. Mrs. Margaret R. O'Connor members and guests enjoying

NEW CAR LOANS Frank G. Klautch. William the social evening
Larabel! and Joseph Moran. JOHN S. RHODES JR.

I". InlMU T. I...,... M ROOF The CCD is conducting a 18 ST. JOHN VIANNEY

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" Old Testament every Tuesday Woman's Club invited all the 1721
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clTLIVE Mrs. James Kliner was tat .
a meeting of St. Paul charge of decorations and St HERCULES I
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IV Florida Catholic, Friday November 12, 19M>>

Annual All Souls' Mass

j Church civic +
groups will; y
Calvary cemetery

i assist Cuban
more refugees
ST. PEfJiSbt'RG"We: : know that God loves those

r souls who stand now, waiting to enter heaven" Father
B '
K. )
} Bernard<< F. Dittman said in the homily he gave here on

'\'A SIIIN(7TO1 (>C) The announcement that the 1 t tt All Souls Day at the outdoor Mass at Calvary Cemetery,

United State and Cub had reached' an ,
agreement on it Father Frank P Goodman
t two major means w* have of
the transportation of Cuban rt'ftagft'lto the U.S., brought offered the annual Mass at 10 helping them.

praise from leaders< of church a m. Friends and relatives of
organizations and civic The best prayer of course,
the dead burled in the
groups acroen the nation is the Mass Father Dittman
(the nation will he inohilurdM gathered to Join their said, adding that this month
As preparation [got underway that Cuban prayers to those of the Priest
every refugee the Church reminds ui of our
to receive some without regard<< to rare or religion (lt/ Drawing a parallel betweenthe Christian duty to pray and doe
150,000 refugees to be sir- sill he recched In the souls in purgatory and th
Newly installed Fourth Degree officers. TallahasseeOfficers penance for the holy souls so
) lifted! by the U.S. governwent. spirit! of brotherhood, which Roman centurion horn that they may be loosed from
I : John K. U the hallmark or Cat holic Christ cured at his master's
McCarthy, director of the Father Hugon faithful their bonds.
comptroller Father Patrick H. C Hawkins, faithful ncribe.Robert request Father Dittman said
I of the Immigration tradition, the Immigration !: Join with the Priest in this
Assembly 3521 Fourth Degree Madden faithful
friar Jose
i Fahey of Jacksonville (tat that the souls are like the
department director\ said
Department National Catholic Knights of Columbus are pictured Manse, faithful navigator; Leo far right) accompanied Mr. Bowlesaa sen ant-lying ill, paralyied solemn and every Mass, he said la

Welfare Conference, Monsignor James J. Murray after installation last month, from Bowles, mauler of the Northern his marshal Not present for the and unable to help themselvesin for the prayer dead.at the memento

stated here Monday that director of the Catholic left Larry Voorhies faithful outer District of Florida at Jacksonville: ,photograph was Jon Kolcmij, faithful their grievous affliction Ws

"the Catholic Church will Cuban Center in New York, sentinel; Walter Melton, faithful Robert Kugler, faithful admiral; captain.Calendar can be. like that servant's master

cooperate, as it has done< in said thousands of the new refugees inner sentinel; Carl F. Kssig: Jr., George Harvey, faithful pilot; and he said, if w* pray CardinalConway
the past, with refugee pro will resettle I in the metropolitan to Our Lord to cur them
gram" New' York area. Penance and prayers are the

Me declared that hit dt'PIrt. spokesman, for the Spanih Temple Terrace novelties. Also there will be a

,rncnt hll'bl. the arm of the Catholic Center in Miami CORPUS CHRISTI! parcel poet office with package of coming eve nts
CaUiplic Church said they had opened a new from all over the world
ui the field, of If visits Israel
you are looking for the
and surprise gifts from cele Kail festival, November 11 Women's Guild
immigration and refugee chapel' for the refugees and the unusual and hardto sponsor Festival November 19 andy
"to offer unique bribes 13: and 14, school grounds of >
activities is were ready moral St. Peter parish DeLand.
arranging a find gift, browse around at Forty Hours Devotions !Sa-
schedule of conferences to and material assistance to the Stop a' the lamplighter St Joseph parish, Bradenton: Dance, November' 30, Cedar JERUSALEM Israel (NC)
facilitate\ the reception and the new arrivals" Christmas Corpus bazaar.licit Christ. parish square coffee shop to check fNi fry on November 1%, 4 to rred Heart Church. New Hills Armory, Jacksonville, t Ireland's William Cardinal

resettlement of those( Cubans Preliminary details of the over your Christmas list while 9pm.; hootenanny November Smyrna llesrh sermons by p m. to 1 a m, Holy Name Society Conway in a talk her expressed .
who have selected to refugee the "Old CurlottltyShop" enjoying a cup of coffee and 13 at 8 p.m; chicken bar Csrl.vleltlakeC.SS.R.1 of Most Holy Redeemer Joy In coming together
go into program were announced ,
where you will find homemade Visit the beginning Sunday, November with Jews In the
voluntary! \ exile in the Untied by the US State pastry hn-ue. November 11. 11 a m. parish, sponsor very
Mates. many gift items to please the sweet Ihtto select some.thing to 5 p m.Paiaar., 14 si 11 a.an,J evening devotlims region where the Jewl.ispl. peo
Department<< November 6 and Spaghetti dinner, November

old and young Flemish flower to take home. If you November 12 13 tin November, 14, IS gave birth to Christianity
for" nearly a !half i century were the result of negotiations, arrangements, tan dip I i prefer have a sandwich, and and 14, Our Lady. of Lourdes and If al 7.3(1( p.m.; Mass on 20, I to 7 p m., Our Lady The Irish prelate, who il
Mr. McCarthy is t id, carried on by the Swiss Embassy :November IS and U 7.30 Queen of Peace parish hall
(hand crafted especially' for cold drink while' the childrenare pariah grounds, MelbourneVomen's st Archbishop of Armagh andPrimate
"the Havana, which will on Washington Street! NewPort
Department of the Florida climate), the latest a.m.
ouch enjoying the outdoor festivities \ Club, sponsor; fish of All Ireland, spokeIn
for the claims of "closerelationship" Richey Altar
Immigration has ; Rosary
assisted millions -
in Barbie styles, beautifully behalf of the head the
fn. November 12, 3 30 to of
of find .. of the refugeeswith Spaghetti dinner St. J 0 h n'lannf'Y Society, sponsor.
home persons a new relatives already In the tailored aprons, babushkas, All of this and then somewill 7 :30! p m.: barbecue dinner, \ social hall, Orlando, English Catholic hierarchy,
Atr.erka. Dessert card November
During the United States The t'S' Department stuffed animals and other be at the Corpus Christi\ November 14, 12'45 to 6 p m. noon until 6 p m. on November party John Carmel Cardinal Heenan
five 20 2
the Catholic St. Joseph
years hand sewed, articles pm. panish
truly Christmas bazaar Saturday of Westminster and other
on Polynesian ball November 14
of St. Rons of Lima Circle
Church hat Health EclIC.'a.bon
: resettled cafvtorlum St Petersburg
and Welfare .iHEWi: hat incomparable selettkin' "Needless November 30.l from 10 13 9 p m. Fern Creek National sMins( r.Luncheon Rlshops who were given a
Cuban refugees who ire now been : to say, there will be an a m. to 10 p m. and Sunday Guard Armory, Orlando and card ; Court .st! Ann Catholic luncheon by Jewish leaden at
lull of closerelatives
preparing party .
integrated and Daughters of America
contributing assortment of eye catching November' 21, from 2 to Guild sponsor the King David Hotel
members of national living in Cuba who p m. St Andrew parish November' 1*. 1J :M! pm., .
our com Christmas decorations : 10 p m. at the Corpus Christi Dr Shsul Colbl, director of
munity.ll want to live in the l'.S and spnntorDance. messed Trinity social hail Dessert' card Novemher
wreaths, enter-pieces, orna Church 9715 :Sfith Tempi party Christian affairs In the minis
will assist the'olunt.ry Street November 13, 9 p m Petersburg\ Women's Club,
agencles 20 1 4 :30
to Car
".\ (the resources .f t i e I m resettling the n. w menu cards wrappings and Terraie.Melbourne. to 1 a m., Lakewood Women's sponsor; for tickets callKiBflfilK 0 n a d a Recreation p.m.Center' try of religious: affairs, who
Catholic Church throughout refugeesJACKSONVILLE. decorative( bones Club, Jacksonville. San Jose ( ) or 878M.TH.Rummage llearhsli< Altar of, was one of the hosts at the
Also visit the village greenhouse parish' sponsor ; Society November luncheon, told the
displaying a variety of OUR LADY OF LOURDES Dance, November 13 Gas sale, November Sacred Heart Church New Bishops':

house and garden plants, (In Our lady of Lourdes Wom parllla Room of Curtis t thxon I'. 17, and I IK, t a m. U I Smyrna Itoach, sponsor.Dessert "We do not share the same

1 eluding citrus and orchidtiees en's Club will hold their annual convention hall Tampa, St. p m, S2H4 Seminole Boulevard card party, November faith, but our charity must b*
1If'1"f''ou"III also find bazaar on November 12 Patrick parish *pon or Sl'mlnolf'1Il'nf'd!\ Sac 20, 1 p m Church of the common."

outstanding artificial flower' 13 and 14 on the parish Thanksgiving ball, November rament Altar and Rosary !Society i Transfiguration social hall, And a spokesman for Israel's

arrangements grounds On November' 12. the 13, Americana Pearl sponsor, St Petersburg; 0 miD' I interfaith committee

Right next door Is the genera bazaar will be from noon to Mitt Daytona Heath. Our Guild sponsor.rtataar voiced the body's appreciationfor
Card November 1 lA. I
SAY IT WITHFlowers TRESCA ) store. featuring homemade 9 pm. with a fish fry fromS lady of l.ourdutom.\ and liourdes party Room of Our !Ntvemker. M, 11 the statement on Chris

THE FLORIST candies, canned goodsa :30 to 7 30 p m. Ifcmatton !Sihonl I Allod.lton.1onlllr\ P m. of l Lourdes m, U II pm. and !November tian-Jewish ties enacted theprevious
lady parish,
4012( Att."+ic 801l1 ..,d ruthntion! of children's for the fifth fry Is one dollar. Dessert card party, November tons Peach.: SI Anthony tl, t U U s m., rhurrh week by the Vatican

cltonvttt! Florid games, books, records' and (Hi November 13 the feMI- II: I pm., St. Joseph Circle of Women's Club, grounds at f Corpus (Christ! Council.
Ali. to 10 p m A children's paradewill In Israel told reporters!

..... .... JACKSONVILLEBDMMXS be held at 10 a m.Rrgtnmng Card party, November Id, Game day, November 11, "11m proud of my Jewish
: THE at 12 4.I' m. on Seminole 7.10 pm. Sacred Heart 1 :.10 to 4 p.nM. Mary M'I'd nsme"-a reference his middle .

November 14, th* festival' will IIESSED SACRAMENTA feriool. flnellas Park: Court >>lf'n school lunchroom name, Carmel, which It
tN PROTECTOR'Hartley rummage salt, conducted KlttabHh: Ann Seton. Catholic Maltland Altar "
t Press : plllhXiOt; feature a barbecue' dinner ; Society the Hebrew word for orchard
Call. J.,' WIol I with tickets available at tlV) b) the Altar and Rosary !So Daughters of America sponsor. sponsor. Cardinal Conway will visit
I .Ica, n tins' I 1110 K.-..y Sh..lrmrwtMin.rwts.a.h /e1mN15N for adults, n cents for children rely of Pleased Sacrament Christmas Ru..,. December the Diocese of St Augustine,

JscktonvifU. fU.. J57J7WPHARMACY '-- --.. W 54-Not ,M51.r. and "H*lal rates for Churrh will he held Novem Denser card partv November 4, 10 s m. In 7 p moo Holy Florida, nest year for the
u..o __-. H. f.I'Tbt festival will her III, 17 and IS at 2A4 Semi 19. I p m Fplphany: par Name parish social hall M24 dedication ol the Cathedral

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[ The Life of Our Lord Question, box 1Is --

Catholic CommentThanksgiving Jesus'words, actions are / Church permitting cremation?

text and to me they seem to
studied first Q. I should like to be quite increase the strength of the
clothing drive by disciples specific I III Instructions for tt:1 itatement

funeral and disposal of my

Thanksgiving Day draws near, power and the world's richest! country WE are still travelingwith body. None of my family I I. Monnlgnor' Much of is another made tingle of the 01'! :,.
AS reflect on the initial meaning and the American spirit of giving thanksby Our Lord on the Catholic, and I do not want J, D. from the 'ori:

sharing has reached far beyond the flying visit lie made to Galilee disputes between them and \, .... .J condemn, present
of that national holiday to ConNayNo text The former text stated
purpose before Hit full public min the Church after my death.
confines of the nation. It has spread the Council deplores
tender thanks to God and to share istry began Nathanael hat My desire It for cremationand that ana
across the globe to help war victims, condemns hatreds and .
"harvest" with those in need 'just 'Joined the group bring Frank J. f the simplest disposal of pert*
your the poverty-stricken, the disease-rid. ing the number of disciples to the ashes, and 1 hate read cutions against the Jews in

Each year, during the Thanksgiving den, the malnourished children and the five SbeedIIr.n that this It allowed now by Archbishopmay the present text it is rte

reason! our Bishops ask American underprivileged in many lands. Pondering T the Church la some parts of Bishop- or Church which does the deploring
And Our Lord make rules contraryto
Catholics to donate serviceable wed or this, a well-known British columnist hat Just the world. I do with to hate a these Instructions of the and It is my o'a
made the first statement
that the word
unwanted for distribution to funeral Man In the church I opinion condemn <
clothing ( "Americans
wrote recently, are about Himself that Is recorded Holy See. No Priest may refuse is omitted because

the destitute! and ill-clothed overseas. the most generous people in history." : "You shall see the heaven lute to very much. the sacraments or the from the very beginning tale ,

Each year the generous response to Consider your "harvest" the opened, and the angels of There teems to be no happy funeral services which the Council has had a firm policy

the Bishops' appeal has resulted in an dresses that no longer fit, the suits trod ascending and descending In all their minds and on medium between a very supreme authority of the of not condemning anything

Increase in donated and in the Son of man" their lips pretty continuously ilmple disposal of the body Church permits I have not
poundage that are out of style or a bit shabby, upon Who lie? It seems to me that the repudiation
the number of needy persons aided shoes that the children have outgrown (John I, g1.) was or rather and being caught In the lolls heard of any American Bishops of prejudice and
since knew lie was Jesus
they If un-Ohrlitlan of
truly expenst the rights
Consequently! Catholic Relief ServicesKCVVC bed linen you no longer use or need, The disciples would have of Nazareth what was be? and complication restricting in this matter. persecution Is made even
their people
the overseas aid agency of the all the clothing and household articles recognized that these were more forceful In the present
Office its laity
A. In 1963 the Holy The Church wishes
American Bishops and laity, was able that clog the closets in your home. the words used of the dream They were convinced by tent confidential instruction treated as responsible adults, text because it is made a

to bring help and comfort to nearly 40 They can be the means of clothing a Jacob had had close on 2000 now that He was the Messlas, to Bishops mitigating theChurch' capable to making prudent separate paragraph is mort

million needy persons in 79 countries helpless little war orphan in Viet Nam, years before lie had named who should redeem IsraeL previous rigid discipline decision in personal matters.Q. explicit in its manner of e'*
the place of the dream Bethel, That was His title, that was pression and employs tee
with the clothing, footwear blankets, can protect a destitute mother and against cremation. In
and a glance tt the His function: but, once more I understand that the word anti-Semitism which! d.l
bedding and other articles donated child heat of map 1964 these instructions were
against blistering shows us that Bethel was on what exactly was lie? Already Declaration on the Jews re- not appear in previous texts
during last year's Thanksgiving Cloth. Africa's tropic sun, can cover the torn one of the roads that the they found It hard to made public.favor The Interment Church continues it eently promulgated by the This is my translation of the

ing Campaign Distribution was mad feet of an impoverished peasant group might have been tak think of Him as on the human to ; Vatican Council has been watered present paragraph:
Is tradition the funeral services -
on the baste of need, entirely without scratching out a living in one of Latin ing on its way to Nazarethand level only: lie towered over and are built down until It has lost "Besides the Church, wPA

regard to race, religion or color. America's vast areas of need. Cana other men; yet what other around It, and prayers it is considered much of its force an a condemnation condemns all persecutes

This year, the appeal of our Bishopstakt's During the Catholic Biohops'' 17th Given Our Lord's habit of level was there? more respectful to the body of prejudice and against any men, being mindful : .

on added significance and urgency annual Thanksgiving Clothing Campaign starting some of His deepest One phrase uttered by the which was the temple of the persecution of its common patrimorv
teaching from something actually Baptist "Before 1 was, lie If could forget with the Jews, and not motivated !
In view of the great concern manifested this month, bring or send a bun. Holy Spirit. Bishops are to A. No. we
by Pope Paul and the Fathersof dIe of serviceable used or unwanted present, it is at least was"-must have puzzled An. encourage interment by In- the former text, and particularly by any political consideration
that it their drew and John who heard the re':.
probable was arrival itructloni and exhortations, a couple of controversialwords but by '
the Vatican Council over the staggering clothing to your parish church or rec. at Bethel which had him lay It, and must have and should urge the faithfulnot in It. I believe we gious charity of the Gospels:

problem of world poverty a tory. Emphasize the giving In Thanks caused Him to use the puzzled the other three to to seek cremation exceptin might find the present declaration deplore all hatred persecution :

problem that should concern us all. giving.' Your holiday will be the happierand Imagery of the dream that whom they would certainlyhave cases of real necessity. to have increased or manifestation ef'

As the United States has expanded more meaningful for having done Jacob had dreamed there. If repeated It. However if a Catholic does force. It doe omit the statement anti' "Semitism' directed

ever the years becoming a dominant .0. so, the group would have W. hardly notice It, because request cremation he Is to that the Jew are not to against the Jews at any tm:

come due west from the river we know that later be given the lasl Sacraments be represented is
..__ Jordan reaching Bethel towards Jesus was to say "Befor and receive Christian burial. decide of killing God. The may tell me that f-e

God'i world the end of the first Abraham was made. I am," The only exception li when reasons for that omission are word condemn Is still there

I day's Journey. There they and to have pre-existed the this request is made out of quite complicated and the but this is not the disputed

would have taken the main Baptist strikes us as a small evident contempt for the Faithor Importance of that single word. It Is my translation of'

A defense against malicious wordsIF road north through Samaria. matter compared with preexisting ai an overt art of hostility word much exaggerated.The the word reprobat which li
Two more days would Abraham! But the T.
again J it religion or the statement telli us common to both text
you never have been "talk. and scrupulous to avoid giving bring them to the end of their five disciples could not read Church. forcefully that the Jews are omitted word ii damnat

ed about," you are unusual unnecessary offense to Journey the first stage of the future. They could only] Ai a lien that the Church not to be presented at rejected damn This is the traditional

ly fortunate. Our Lord Jesus others, then our enemies will that more-than two-year Journey wonder. After all, the Baptist only tolerates cremation and or cursed by God as word for condemning here

despite His eminent goodness, necessarily be few. We cannot whose end was Calvary.For was six months older than burial the liturgical though this followed from the lies.
Fahrr( the rest of His life, Our Jesus. \\hat could the prefers
phrase Another statement mad *
vas the object of slander on wholly disarm those who burial rites are not permittedat Sacred Scripture, Thereforeall
the part of His enemies We Leo J. II attack us through jealousy! or lord was almost continuously of mean? the crematorium. A Priest must be careful lest In giving more forceful In the present
1 the roads
lesser mortals hardly can expect Trenewhich those whose malice springs Galilee moving and along Samarla and For the moment, at any may go( there however, with instructions or in preaching text li the following:

to escape unscathed by from a warped mind but we rate, they were not getting the other mourners, and leadin the word of God they "The Church therefore con-

malicious ton&:U e!. can prevent the kind of gossip Judea His always accompaniedby very much light( from their prayers which are not liturgical. teach anything which Is not damns (reprobat as host;!*
which has its origin in hurt apostles, except on with the truth of to the mind of Christ all discrimination .
Slander as w* know Is an the last mile of the road. Leader upon the mystery of : The Requiem Mail conformant
attack made upon a person's feelings very Himself. and other funeral. service the Gospels) and the spirit of or persecull'in'
One must not them
character by means of false When It does come to our picture are held as usual even If the Christ. The last word hate done by reason of race, cub!<">*.
has been as marching like a squad of lie talked of heaven open- been added to the former class or religion."
hoods. For example, if it II ears that someone soldiers under body is not present.
a corporal.
reported of a man that he is we can take to defend maligning (and there almost would Ing and angels ascending and
They have gone sometimes -
But In
descending. not a
having an affair with another ourselves against( possible always will be a "friend"

woman, although In truth he. damage to our reputation.One eager to pass the word on changing faster, sometime their grouping slower ,- dream, as with Jacob: they Washington letterForeign

h very faithful to his wife toII) we have a choice of themselves should see the
this would be slander, such step is to exercise two reactions. We can become sometimes one or two of angels. They did not know I

Detraction, on the other the virtue of prudence; incensed at the gossiper and them with Our J.ordhI' what lie had In mind. Neither policy difficult to formS
others to each other
hand, is an attempt to Injure to avoid,. as far as we can, lower ourselves to his level precisely do weno incident

a person's character by revealing any conduct might easily by attacking his reputation or to tame chance strangers goingthe quite like that is recorded. BCBETARY of State Dean are reasonably predictable." tion. It Is the view of the tatter
discreditable. fact be misinterpreted.The meet the crisis ina Perhaps there was more
or we can that we are naturally mot
flunk Is noted for a talent
which, although true, is not statement, "I don't rational manner. Among themselves the first movement of angels at the "If we (ell then one day anxious to discover.
known. If marriedman what five would already have bad Ascension than we are told; for stating complex things
generally( a care people say about A mature Christian will that we are going to do something -
did at one time have an me as long as my own conscience reason, ". Ithrr this thing! plenty lo talk ..bout.or "perhaps we must wait till the simply. He recently told here and then later say that "The founder .r f this coin-

affair with another woman Is clear," Is valid onlyif which Is said about me Is true Judgment how this country's foreign we have changed our minds, try, la declaring hi Independence

lint the matter Is unknown() to we try to make outward appearance or it Isn't. If it is true, thenI them all, we know Peter The prophecy was an awer- policy decisions are arrivedat. they will pay less attention to spoke of their 'decent
till I present associates it with Inward best. It is hard to Imagine his lion of His mystery but not respect !. the opinions of
agree( should be honest enough( to not hit what we say the next time ,
would be the sin of detractionto truth As Christians e are admit it to myself and do not taking the first favorable an elucidation. The phrase They are certainly Allies and potential aggressors m.nUnd.ftd s* It Is today

now publicize hit former obligated not only to be good, something to correct the situation moment to ask Nathanael "Son of man" gave them no or miss decisions A great will then give I less heedto "While the views of b
fall from but also to Otherwise what was all this about a fig present light either. We shall amount of thought and experience
grace.A appear) good If it Isn't true, then Cod our counsel and our warnings slanders should not act as a
less deadly form of character ., we do a disservice to and my friends know that it tree; if Nathanael told him, talk of It again. Here note go Into their formu for neither will see theseas bar to needed

attack Is simple uncharitable our weaker neighbors: and fail Isn't true, and they are the the story has not come downto that Our lord uses It con- lation. reflecting enduring com to take account action of them we war'y y

criticism the standard in our responsibility to bear ones whose opinion I J'alue.. us antly-lt occurs eighty times In theery barest essentials mitments. \\. owe It to the shaping or explaining our ai
and John
fuel of much Idle gossip A witness to Christ. The pt'uonlho Is talking veterans Andrew of the party, too must the In the Gospels foreign policy decl- rest of the world as well, as to tlon as, Indeed, we want ,

woman may be criticized by Besides exercising prudence, about me Is harming only himself have told the new man, Philip But not one of His followersever lions are arrived at by stating ourselves, to remain steadyon know the views of those wf, ,

her acquaintances for her also obviate I shall not play into his seems to have addressedHim the question properly, by our course." would make themselves oarads
we ran many and the even newer man
poor taste in clothes or for assaults upon our characterby hands by becoming angry or N'athanael what the Baptist by it; they did not know weighing the Involved Inter "few foreign problems can eresrles."
her tendency to monopolize| upset Instead I shall pray what to make of It. It answered cots objectives and responsibilities be solved by the I'nited States "
our own practice of Ihe had said by Jordan side, and \\. want the mergir.S.
the A
conversation "
man maybe for him. no question about of the I'nited States alone In \ -
facing most problems
virtue of charily. something at least (1rt hat world to be whit'can '
< oter one
criticized for his bossy! attitude The truth Is that no tongueIn Him: but. by Its strangeness by considering the views of therefore, the policymakers
Our Lord had said In I His first
or for his slowness( in If we are tolerant toward the world can really hurtus it was a reminder that there other countries directly Involved assess what other eventually encompa"every
long conversation with them be i
paying bills.Slander others, generous In making except hrn pride or vanity was a question! to be answered. ; by considering the governments will think about which country-to one
each free
detraction and un- allowances for their failings makes us vulnerable.ing One question must hoe stews of other countries not n" manage Its country own affairs can W*

charitable criticism may involved; by examining our "We find many countries offering are not trying to build a rot

spring from any one of a past experiences: by determining free advice on foreign RHinity which excludes anon

tarlely of motives. Sharing our treasure what principles of International policy We ihouW not be too or is directed against an' .

law are Involved; impatient with them, for we 01.*."
One person may try to un. by asking what m be the reaction were similarly
dermine our character 'because of the, American, generous There Is more But even the
Catholic life Christian Scientist peo throughout much of our low ls MrffktMit
attracts t. show that It is
he (tor she) Is jealous pie of Congress, by obtanung tory W* find fewer countries much more difficult to form
of us. He resents our apparent the .Judgments of all those willing to
acrefit t serious resptMMiMlity late
success or our possession DID you ever hear of a noticed my restless gropingand proclaiming Christ's Me giving whose interest and responsibilities In the field, of ac- foreign policy than 10
ef talents or qualities which Scientist be. Invited me to Mass I It truths to all nations. are Involved demonstrate against it,

he himself lacks. ,1\ was the feast of Christ the
coming a nedictine monk? ""h.t a contrast t* the
Still another person may King and I was Impressed la glilng thlt outline. See. M. J. Murray
Probably not Yet suih was Father nebulous unrealistic creed. rrlary Hntl ItrrH some eipreiilou .
make! us the target of his with the solemnity of the srr
barbed tongue because he is t the experience of Marie : J hn .\. vice the reverence of the founded by a religious ectettrk. that are worth remembering.

mentally or emotionally nick.He Si-etcher a graduate of Brown : worshippers' and the deeply In where. sterile domain Strange but true
had. contact
I sought
may bflt mildly paranoidand University' and a d f'd-In th.. .It- O'Crlu spiritual atmonpher These with, the lately God The firit requirement\
critical of everyone: or, wool member of Mary Rakertddy'l was the indefinable sense IIfGod' to ld.nWylnttl1 UMquestion CopJ'ig""'.. IteS NCWC Nees Santee

afflicted with feelings of Inferiority : cult who received special presence "Tpon completing the which has to b* answered. .. .
,. .
he scokj to shore training to qualify .. a course, I was baptized absolutely la many situations ,,.n rire.a. .ardQN sar ro.o 1

up his tottering ego by findIng "practitioner" In Christian my religious and Intellectual "S
fault with otlien. Science mental healing horizon. I found it bccom- Mass dally for divine and U pray fertenlly has no such sacrament. How strongly affects the answer rrt scene atsr/w Lh/gf.rir 0./ i .. yw
There are sump basic l steps 11 shows the cogency( of the log smaller. I was told not to wonderful It was to be a It me emphasize

Church's mtlrnlluli and the takes course In 111 t'holoIlV "In the pamphlet task: I member of Christ's Mystical l !MM It Is IK t easy In PUM the .

power uf iixl's; grate shin nor |Ill\ Molox.v( 11. they would found a copy of ',Irnrr,'. a a Body and to receitt our F.Uiharutic : quratWR. 1o'III'.t., "

wliulrhriirlrdly! accepted millulliiwrd. conflict with Christian Sci. Jesuit weekly and it apfxalrd I. Uril! OUr j joist "We wilt not getrrt far

Th FlortdaCatholic ( .h fur as rumrrnlon ence. When I formed a close to m. strongly. I read 111.\ prayers had been answered. I Ihl tn dealing" week any proU rnunku
friendship with a Catholic Faith of Our Fathers'and reached the port at latt.
I U concerned, no one It a hopeless the the 'point\ to settle Is
UNto the family made It so unpleasant New Testament aril saw how "After lour years God clearly defined."

that I took quarters Christian Sciences teachingthat blMd me., at 40. with a call r
Now a professor of English: vises here. Christ Is merely a man is Id the holy ietthond." Father "The military and economic
facts of Me 11Im II'"II';" .ontradirt -
tc' alur at St. Memrad "For some foe years after contradicted by the dear AUrtc sari. "Mar the
..... ... the notion of nat! oraltttfMtfnrmirv
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none cifNHis PIUS, iN graduating from Ilrown University testimony! of the (KI wls| I I> \ In. Master. Jesus Christ w hH h underby
M Su use UII4M diana, Father Al.irk0 !S II I had no church affiliation. met Father Mateo Crass In enable me to bring His tight .
tit Itll tllMitf III.. serves also as assistant spiritual Hut the SS CO. the renowned apostle and lift to l the world's' polio al c*
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VII M< tarp MM director of the major need for some faith. I returned of devotion to the Sacred touli!" ,
1 and II.
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riiM. imi r IMIlllnlnt > .J at Brown University. hunger ChrttlUt. Seleace I grv (If Uith.Vhjt Is .Un tot hapoas It It wend Uflurnriof .
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Five Th. rtorliU Catholic, Friday, November M, 1983

I Text of Council's Declaration on Christian Education I

r I'Ou..OWING of the Is an EnglUh translation tion to see to It that youth Is never de with the spirit of Christ and at the same by the apostolic action of their fellow TIle Council also reminds Catholic their children they must see to It, after?

Council text of the Second Vatican pr.ved of this sacred right. It further exhorts time do all she can to promote for all students ((33)) but especially by the min parents of the duty of entrusting their consultations between Bishops, that even

Declaration on Christian Edu the sons of the Church to give their peoples the complete perfection of the isiry of Priests and laymen who>> give children to Catholic schools whereverand at universities that art not Catholic there

cation October proclaimed 28 by Pope Paul1 on attention with generosity to the entire human person the good of earthly society them the doctrine of salvation in a way whenever it is possible and of supporting should be associations and university

19 o. field of education having especially in and the building of a world that is suited to their age and circumstances these schools to the best of their centers under Catholic auspices In which

IntroductionThe mind l the need of extending very soon the more human <15)). and provide spiritual aid] In every way ability and of cooperating with them for Priests, religious and laity carefully

benefits of a suitable education and the time. and conditions allow the education of their children ((29)). selected and prepared, should give abii

Sacred Ecumenical Council has training to everyone in all parts of the 3b. ( Various aids to The Church reminds parents of the log spiritual and Intellectual assistanceto

considered with care how extremely important world ((7)). Christian education ) duty that !is theirs to arrange and even 8. ( Different types of the youth of the university. Wbether

education li In the life of man demand that their children be able to in Catholic universities or others young

and how its Influence ever grows In the 2. ( Christian In fulfilling its educational role, the enjoy these aids and advance In their Catholic schools ) people of greater ability who seem suited

social progress of this age ((1)), Church eager to employ all suitable Christian formation to a degree that Is To this concept of a Catholic schoolall for teaching or research should be spec

Indeed the circumstances of our time education ) aids Is concerned especially about those abreast of their development in secular schools that are In any way dependent tally helped and encouraged to undertake .

nave made it easier and at once more Since all Christians have become by rebirth which I are her very own Foremost subjects, Therefore the Church esteems on the Church must conform as far a teaching career

urgent to>> educate young people and, of water and the Holy Spirit a new among these is catechetical Instruction highly those civil authorities and societies as possible, though the Catholic schoolis

what is more to>> continue the education creature (III so that they should be called ((16)). which enlightens and strengthensthe which, bearing In mind the to take on different forms in keepingwith 10. ( Faculties of

ct adults Men are more aware of their and should be children of God they faith nourishes life according to the pluralism of contemporary society and local circumstances( >. Thus the sacred sciences )

own dignity and position; more M have a right to a Christian education. A spirit of Christ leads to intelligent and lespottmg religious freedom assist families Church considers very dear to her heart

more they want to take an active part Christian education does not merely active participation in the liturgical mystery so that the education of their those Catholic schools, found especiallyIn The Church expects much from the

In social and especially in economic and strive for the maturing of a human per 'i7> and gives motivation for apostolic children can be Imparted in all schools( the areas of the new churches whichare tealous endeavors of the faculties of the

political life ((21 Enjoying more leisure, IOn as just now described but has as its acU\'ity. according to the Individual moral and attended also by students who are sacred sciences ((33)). For to them she

as they sometimes do men find that the principle purpose this goal: that the baptized The Church esteems highly and seeksto religious principles of the families |24)). not Catholics entrusts the very serious responsibilityof

remarkable development of technology while they are gradually Introduced penetrate and ennoble Ith her own Attention\ should be paid to the needsof preparing her own students not only

and scientific investigation and the new to the knowledge of the mystery spirit also other aids which belong to the 7. ( Catholic schools ) today In establishing and directing for the priestly ministry but especially

means of communication offer them an of salvation become ever more awareof general heritage of man and which are of Tlie Influence of the Church in the Catholic schools. Therefore though for teaching In the seats of higher ecclesiastical

opportunity of attaining more easily their the gift of Faith they have received, great influence In forming souls and field of education Is shown In a special primary and secondary schools, the studies or for promoting

cultural and spiritual Inheritance and of and that they learn in addition how to molding men such as the media of com manner by the Catholic school No>> less foundation of education must still be learning on their own or for undertakingthe

fulfilling one another In the closer ties worship God the Father In spirit and muniratkm ill). various groups for mental than other schools does the Catholic fostered great important Is to be attached work of a more rigorous Intellectual

between groups and even between peoples truth tcf John 4. 23)) especially in liturgical and physical development youth associations school pursue cultural goals and the human to those which are required In a apostolste.

action and be conformed in their and in particular schools formation of youth particular way by contemporary conditions Likewise It Is the rele ef these very

Consequently, attempts are being personal lives according to the new man But Its proper function is to create far such as: professional ((30)) and faculties to make more peaetratlag Inquiry

made everywhere to promote more education created in justice and holiness of truth 4. ( The importance of the school community a special atmosphere technical schools, centers for educating Into the various aspects e( the

The rights of men to an educa. (Fph.. 4. 22-241 : also that they develop) schools ) animated by the Gospel spirit of adults and promoting social welfare. or sacred sciences .. that an ever deeper

bon, particularly the primary rights of into perfect manhood, to the mature measure liredom and charily, to help youth grow for the retarded In need of special care, lag understanding ef sacred RevelatlotIs

hildren and parents, are being proclaimed of the fulness of Christ (tcf. Eph. 4, Among all educational Instruments the according to the new creatures they and also schools for preparing teachersfor obtained the legacy ef Christian wisdom

and recognized in public documents 131) and strive for the growth of the Mystical school has a special important ((19)) It were made through Baptism as they develop religious Instruction! and other types handed down by ear forefathers ll

<131.> Jit the number of pupils rapid Body; moreover that aware of .Is designed not only to develop with their own personalities, and finally of education more fully developed the dlalogve with

ly increases schools are multiplied and their calling they learn not only how' to special care the intellectual faculties but to order the whole of human culture to This sacred council of the Church our separated brethren and with .oChrlstlaas .

expanded far and wide and other educational bear witness to the hope that is In them also to form the ability to judge rightly, the news of salvation so that the knowledge earnestly entreats pastors and all the Is fostered and answers art

institutions are established, New 'icf Peter S. 1S1> but also how to help in to hand on the cultural acy of previous the students gradually acquire of( faithful) to spare no sacrifice In helping' given te questions arising tram the d.*

experiments are conducted in methodsof the Christian formation of the world that generations, to (utter a sense of values, the amid, life and man Is Illumined by Catholic schools fulfill their function In vekipment ef doctrine (J4))

education and teaching Mighty attempts takes place when natural powers viewed to prepare for professional life Between Uth i2li a continually more perfect way and Therefore ecclesiastical faculties should

are being made to obtain educa in the full consideration of man redeemed pupils of different talents and backgrounds So indeed th > Catholic school while It especially in raring fur( the needs of reappraise their awn laws so that they

lion for all e\en though vast numbersof by Christ contribute to the good of the it promotes friendly relationsand is on| as It must be, to the situation of those who are poor in the goods of this ran better promote the sacred science

children and young people are still deprived whole of society i t'i I. Wherefore this sacred fosters a spirit of mutual understandin the contemporary world, leads Its students world or who are deprived of the assistance and those linked with them and by employing

of even rudimentary training and synod recalls to pastors of souls their ) and it establishes as It were a center to promote efficaciously the goodof and affection! of a family or who up-Uvdate methods and aids, lead

so many others lack a suitable educationIn most serious obligation to see to it that whose work and progress must be shared the earthly city and also prepares are strangers to the gift of alth. their students to more penetrstlnf ln

which truth and love are developed! together all the faithful but especially the youth together by families. teachers, assocla them for service In the spread of the qulry

who are the hope of the Church enjoy lions of various types that foster cultural kingdom of God so that by leading an 9. ( Catholic collegesand

this Christum education 'MO). civic and religious life well I 11. ( Coordination to
Te fulfill (he mandate she has rerehed as as by etemplary apostolic life they become asit universities )
from her divine founder civil society and the entire human com were. a saving leaven In the human
ef proclaimingthe bo fostered in
mystery of salvation (. all mn and 3. ( The authors of mumt).. community. The Church Is concerned also with I

of restoring all Ihlnjts I. brim, holy education ) Beautiful Indeed and of great Importance (lime, therefore the Catholic schoolcan schools of a higher level especially colleges scholastic matters )
Mother the Church Is theI'allon of all those who aid be such an aid to the fulfillment of and universities In those sthools

with the whole of man's must life be ,concerned e\n he Sinn parents have given children their parents In fulfilling their duties and who the mission of the People of God and to pendent on her she Intends that by Cooperation .Ii the order of the day.

secular part of It I Insofar as It has life !they are bound by the most serious as representatives of the human community the fostering of the dialogue beta een the their very constitution Individual subjectsbe It Increases more and more to supplythe

bearing on his a obligation to educate their offspring and undertake the tank of educationin (hurch and mankind to the benefit of pursued according to their own prlnrlples demand on a diocesan national and
heavenly railing Ml.
Therefore she has a MIle In the therefore must be recognized as the primary schools. This vocation demands special both It retains ten In our present Clr method and liberty of scientific Intern.tlon.llnrl Since it Is altogether

and development of education. progress and principal educators 1111. This qualities, of mind and heart very careful cumstances the utmost importance Inquiry In such a way that an ever deeper necessary in scholastic matters every

role in education is so Important that preparation and continuta; idiness to understanding In these fields will lie means should be employed to foster suitable

Hence this sacred synod declare* certain only with difficulty can it be supplied renew and to adapt (unsequrnlly this sacred s>nod pre obtained and that as questions that are cooperation between Catholic

fundamental principles of Chrirt.an where it Is lacking claims anew chat has already been new and current are raised and Investl schools, and between these, and other

education especially i in schools These 5. ( The duties and taught: Ii severs! documents ef the gallons carefully made according to theesample schools! that collaboration should be

principles<< will have to be developed at Parents are the sues who must male niajcUtrrlum (Itcl. namely : the right! .f of the doctors of the Church developed which the good of all mankind

greater length bv a special poII-'OfI'lhar i a family atmosphere animated by lute rights of parents ) the Church freely le establish and t.C'.n"urt te and especially of M. Thomas Aquinas, requires (33)( ),

commission and applied b\ episcopal and reiprrt for md and man I la which. Parents who have the primary nod Inalienable schools" of every type and !level. there may be a deeper realisation of the From greater coordination and cooperative
the writ-rcundcd and social ed ,And the round! rails te mind that the
conferences to varying local situations. personal right and duty to odor ate their harmony of faith and science Thus endeavor greater fruits will be
stalks of children Is festered Hence the children must enjoy true liberty In their etrrrlse of n right *f this kind contributes there Ii accomplished a public. enduringand derived particularly In the area of ac.

I. ( The meaning of the famil) Is the first school .( the social choke o. schools Consequently the In the highest degree te the protec pervasive Influence of the Christian demlc institutions Therefore! In every
virtues that needs. tins *f freedom ef conscience, the rlfhtsaf the various
emy society public shah has the obligation to mind In the furtherance of culture, and unl\'flnlt11t faculties work
universal right to an power parents, as well as te the betterment the students of these InnUtutlons ar.moldC'd mutually to this end, Insofar as their goal
It is parlicularh! in the Christian famIly protect and delf'ndM .rights of citizens, "
education ) enriched bv the grace! and office of must see to it. In Ms concern for distributive .f culture Itself. Into mm truly outstanding In will permit la addition, let the universities

the sacrament of ir Jlmon).. that children punts. that public subsidies are Put let leathers recognize that the, their training ready to undertake weighty also endeavor to work together by

All men of every race condition and ahauld be taur .t from their early paid out In such a way that parents ax. CathoJii. school depends' upon them almost retponslblllties In society and witnessto promoting International gatherings, by

age since they enjoy the dignitof a years to line a knowledge of God accord truly flee to choose according to their entirely for the accomplishment of the faith In the world ((31): ) sharing scientific Inquiries with one an

!human being have M inalienable right tag to the faith received in Baptism. teworship constleixe the schools they want fur its goals and programs (1271.' They should In Catholic universities where thereIs other, by communicating their discov

to an education i&i 1 I that is m keepIng Him and to Jove their netgtttar( their children 1:111: > therefore be very carefully prepared sit no faculty of sacred theology there cries 1 to one another by having" exchanged

"'llIIlhelr ultimate goal. .id I. their ability Here too they find their first experience In addition it Is the talk of !the state toIM't that both In secular and religious know I should be established, an 'Institute or chairof professors for a time and by promoting

, their sex. and the rupture and traditionof of a wheteeome human society and ef the to It that all citisens are able to cameto edge they are equipped with suitable sacred theology In which there should all else that Is conducive to greater

their country. and also harmony suitable share cuitwe and and also with be lectures suited to lay students. J Rime assistant e.
in Church Finally. it is through the familv a la are qualifications s pedagogical
; wiUi their fraternal association with that they arc gradually led to a comrwnXwahip prsfierh prepared to exercise their rlvir skill that Is in keeping' with the findIngs science advantes by means of the Investigations ConclusionThe

other peoples" in the tv<<:teeing ol true with their fellow men and with duties and rlfhts Therefore the state of the contemporary world. peculiar to higher sclent!

, unity and peace an earth For a true the people of God Let parents, then rerogatee must protect the right. of children to an Intimately linked In charity to one an- ftc studies special I attention should! be ssrrrd synod earnestly entreats"

education ... at the tersMrfjon of the the inestimable importance a adequate school education, check on the ether and to their students and endowed given In Catholic universities and rol young people themselves to become: aware -
human in the of his the esceUenc with. apostolic leges to Institutes that serve primarily of the Importance of the work of
penms pursuit .Mi- tnry Canatua family has fer the life abtssty of teachers and of spirit may teachers by
mate and and af the good of .Use socMfcM and piers af God s o.n people ill, their training. look alter the health of their Isle ss milt h as by their Instructionbear the development of IIfI.nllllc'fI.rth.. education and Io prepare themselves
of which as nun, he is a member aid the pupils and M general promote the witness to Christ the unique Teacher Th. sacred synod heartily recommend to take It up, especially where becauseof
The which. .has the
femtijr primary duty
that and universities of the education
Catholic teachers
in whose. oblsfatiostt. as an adult .ha will whole. school project IM .it mud t always. let them work as partners with par colleges a shortage
af education of
imparting need the help b (orated In different of it
youth In ,
conveniently partsof jeopardy
share keep In. mud the prtnespie of auhntdtarity eels and together with them In everypha
the whale! cemsmuMty la addition. .them the world In such that This carted while
but a way they same synod professing
Therefore children and voting people M that there is IM kind ef schm4 mo- >e of education give due consideration .
fere. to the. rights of parents and others nut for their. numbers the I'rteiti
are outstanding its gratitude to fta\
must be helped, with the aid of the latest whom the naftoly far this is t..|.p.s..d. to the native la the difference of set and lire ,
to parents eatnwt a share n but for their of knowledge. Matrlrulation Igloos and and the
advance Hi psychatoQ and .the arts and the work education right* al the .human ...,.... .. the de proper ends (Divine Provkiwe assigns pursuit men )women laity
certain rights. and
should be available to who by their self dedication
science of teaching. to develop. harmani-, tetoament and spread af culture. to 1'.lC'tfvl la each see In the family and In sot'Irty. readily evangelical
duties belong" indeed to civil society.wine students of real promise, even though are devoted to the noble work of eduta,
Doily their physical moral. and mtttfoUal l>r aaaMiatim. af citiasns and to 11 them, do all they ran to stimulate
ruts is .to dll'lt1I\ required they be of slender means. especially to lion ami of schools of type and
endowment se that they may the pluralism that exists today in evetso their students to al for themselves/ and every
for the comma temfwral ffmd 1U raar students. from the newly na. level eihoits them la
graduallv' acquire a snature. ..... of responstMsty man MKietm. '211Therefore even after graduation to continue to ..- emerging persevere generously
tea is to .promote. the edocalw af >euch lions. la the work they have undertake
MS stmkkg, indhssh, to form this sacred gaud eshort sot them with advice\ friendship. and by
m many ways namely to protect the Sinn. the destiny of society and of the and. imbuing their students with the
their awn Isvaj smasrly and in pursuing HM faithful 1 to assist to their. trtsnart m establishing special associations Imbued
r'n .
duties and Church Itself 1.I intimately, linked with spirit of Christ, to strive to excel la
metiina af educationand with the true of the (hurrh.
true freedom M they surmount the f..... suitable spirit
wh slurs HI education and to give them the progress of young people| pursuing pedagogy! and thus pursuit of kn edfe
vista.. den af We with and. constancy af study and M tormmiitoarhers
ravage .... areardmc to ups principle of sukaidkanty programs TV '.rk of these trarhrrs, this itrrrd higher Studies. iJ3'\ ,. the pastor of the In such a way that they not m *ivarwe
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II give yaw
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'The Florid( Catholic, Friday, November 12,1901 Diocesan H.S. footballCoaches

'. ., .. ; ..,.." '

The week in liturgy f -T ,,"'f'!

.' .t. look to season's climax

Christ can do all things; f BISHOP Hornets Moore flew High to one ers "break on even" terms until the and keyed Bruce by linemen Baker.Dennis Keel

have faith confidence a quick lead over Evans High, Lakeland Santa Fe High St Joseph .Academy's team

winning 217. Coach Harold School ((5-3-0: > scored in every met Crescent City, unbeaten

Nelson's chargers scored the quarter to rout Cardinal In the St Johns River Conference

By Father Paw'hal Boland 0,S,B. first three time they handledthe Mooney High School ((04-0), and the Flashes fell,

Sunday, No\'ember 1423rs1 rDaytona ball, in zipping to their 340 33-19,

Sunday after renWont. (Man of Sunday, Gloria, z best !performance on offense. Coach Jack Barker's Hawks Coach Ed Prozd's squad
thin season <3,4-1)), The Hornets not awed by a quick Rebel
Preface of Trinity.) were led by Mike Altenburger
used a 19 yard pass from who scored the first TD and TD, scored en a long passnaplar

Some people have the courage to speak nut when they mart quarterback Dennis Durkin to passed for two others from quarterback Bob

er need something: some do not suallv those having I public end Ted Zaffran for the first Webb to right half Steve Vac-

effice and mho meet people of all ranks art accustomed to TD in Oilando's Tangerine The Sarasotans under cue

make requests with poise and ronfidenre Others not .11 ae- r Bowl. Coach Jack Svund's plan,

eustomed to asking favors often remain silent, and because Then halfback Art Wroble gave game experience to several Then on a wet St. Augustinefield

.f their silence do not receive the help or favors they need parish benefit set cored two more touchdowns newcomers to Bay Coast the Flashes scored
.r desire Conference play, but the Cougars again to lead In the first queer
'while gaining total of 115
A certain public official wai not abashed to ask Christ to Our Lady of Lourdes Home and athletic field. Pictured from left are for the evening.I could not cope with Santa ter. but began fumbling the

.: Ion,. to hit home and restore his daughter to life, but awoman School AdHociation of Daytona Beach Sidney Spencer, chairman, Mm Charles yards Fe's strong all around offense pigskin and could never pick

in the erowd with a bleeding hemorrhage wan reluc- i I. sponsoring a Thanksgiving Ball on D'Awaro, Mrs Spencer, Mrl. William Bishop Moore's defensiveunit and defense, up the pace With Crescent"

tint to put her request into word, Christ, however, read her led by Jim Murphy, Mike City alertly recovering for
Saturday, November 13, at the Amen. J Maroney and Mrs. Russell Leone, Tampa Catholic High( School several TDs the
heart and cured both her phynral and spiritual ailments Pleva, Bill Hergert, Jim game was
cane Beach Lodge The proceed will committee leaders took an early S to 0 lead over
out of reach when the Flaihesused
(Gospel). Both had eonfidence in Christ Hornsby. Paul Taylor Bill
be used for the school library and the Jesuit High in a battle of once- Webb for their last
a run
At Christians we should have' confidence In our prayers for Donovan and Mike Hipps held Crusaders
beaten teams The
and and In the scoreless until the score In the final quarter
favors graces, our prayer asking forgiveness Daytona Beach Trojans caught Tiger back Jack Kauf
Christ who M God can do all thin,. No sin ia too great to b* game i closing minutes. SJA's next opponents are
forflvtBi DO favor too Impossible for God to grant OUR LADY OF LOURDESOur Catholic youth urged to man behind his own goal linein the Green Waves from Lopes
Corral Stadium early in the
Lady of Lourdes Home The Barons of Bishop Barry High School
Monday, November 15 and School Association is High School Invaded Northeast first quarter, but scarcelyever

It. Albert the Greet (Maaa ef a doctor of the Church, sponsoring a ThanksgivingBall be of distinction High's field, and fought stopped him the rest of Melbourne Central Catholic

Gloria, Common Preface.) on November 1) from 9 persons to a 14 to 14 tie, Coach John the evening as Jesuit won, High School's fine team resumed

p,m. to 1 a,m. at the Americana Ash's determined squad 261 their winning ways bf
Became of the wide scope of his learning, both theological Beach Lodge. Music will CHICAGO (NC)-A Priest nan appealed) here to Cath. O42)) overcame a host of Coach Tom Murray's Crusaders defeating St Cloud, 27-0,

and scientific! this German Dominican friar and professor be provided by Joe Pace. Tickets olle young people at their national convention to rise penalties totaling( 120 yards to capped a 36 yard drive Ha tilers
each Robbins
I It tailed "The Universal Doctor His printed works fill 30 will be sold at the door above the group, to work to be )persons of distinction. spoil the favored V iking'I with a Larry St. Amant touchdown totaled Ray tit yards rustling

volumes His most famous student was St, Thomas Aquinas for two dollars. per person Speaking) to a session of the eighth national convention homecoming early in the second quar with Tom
e He died in 1WW His faith and wisdom entitle him to be called Geraghty<< getting
Proceeds will\ be used to defray of the National Catholic Youth Federation Father
"celt of the earth" and to the world" Barry's fullback KerryHelinger t.r.TIt. lei yards ea the ground.
a "light (Gospel)). the cost of a school II. .. the Tiger's Kaufmaa
Richard Butler OP of scored In the first
brary and athletic field. possess( the symbols of that Melbourne center Fred
Tuesday, November 16 and last te give the took ever, letting 272 yards
said quarters
Members of the Women : being\
Armstrong ran an Intercep
M. Gertrude the Great (Msss of a virgin not a martyr, St Petersburg school a tie. In. IS carries, twit scoring en
Gloria Common a Club, Daytona Beach, "You dress alike and you Businesses were advised by runs ef 71 and 71 >ards, plus lion 24 yards to the Bulldog'sfour

Preface,) will hold a work shop for the talk the same jargon and 'this advertising company "to The Barons teamed pass a ihort TD dash from where Mike Kater

This nun of the 14th century lived under the Holy Rule of Christmas bazaar in the like the same kky-sticky you I increase proliferation of plays from substitute sophomore scored Kaier had all the Hustlers .

St Benedict In the convent of Helfta in Germany She was Lourdes Room on Wednesday, and have the same brands with special personalities !. quarterback Danny Kar- Coach Ray Dicharry'ssquad rolI hII.. Armstrong
November 17, from 10 a m. songs you with which Is aiming at the regional << was credited. with 14 tackleson
both )learned and holy and Is known for her book of Revela goals and Ideals: the big car, people can cher to end Larry McQuillon
to 2 pm. achieve Identity by association for big gains to act the crown with Jesuit High'srecord defense
tons! She was the recipient of many extraordinary graces the big blast, the big ball, the up
and visions, especially of the Sacred Heart of Jesus who In..truel..d St. Anthony's Circle of Our big time, the free. ride from and thus further their touchdowns now 7 and 1. Tampa Rack *f the neekt

her in holy wisdom, and made of her a "wist vlrlln"fGolpeH Lady of Lourdes Women'sClub here to eternity Get off it. chances of standing out from Catholic, with three games remaining Jack Kaufman
( ), will sponsor a Thanksgiving the faceless crowd," he said In Jacksonville Bishop I on their schedule,
card Stop kidding yourself""This School team have I two Jesuit High School
day party on Father Butler, a former national Kenny High: won against
Wednesday! November ITSt Tuesday, November IS, at > I. not enly a dangerous director of the United resumed action against a losses. lineman ef the week

Gregory the Wonder-worker. (Man of confessor-: p m, In the Lourdes Room. time of conformity. he !States Newman Apostolate Duval opponent) Ribault Clearwater Central Catholic Jim Murphy.

Bishop Gloria, Common Preface) Our Lady of Lourdes Women warned, "but also one of reducing and now provincial directorfor Coach Jont Tyson's Crusaders High School sank Admiral Bishop Moore High School
'a Club held a gala reception everyone" to the lowest the Newman Apostolatefor ((06-0)) found the home team
At a youthful law student in the third century Gregory was for all women of the parish com men denominator the the Dominican Order, told too fired up, and were defeated Farragut Academy in St final c.resi

converted to Christianity by Ongen while away at school and Wednesday night, November age ef the mythical commas his audience: "You don't by a score of 33 to 7. Petersburg, 194 Bishop :Moot 21 l

returned to his native town of Nencsesarea hi Pontus where I, in the Lourdes Room. m."." need 'consumption or the Coach Armand *i Sour in's Evans 7
there were only 17 Christians. There he was made the Memorial Stadium at Day
Bishop Honored guests were Father Marauders held only a 7 te I
symbols of consumption to IINortheast '
God set from the IIBihliop
helped him to win many converts to the true Faith It Is related Father John P. Caulfield youth, he said, know such crowd you" apart a crucial struggle between minded Blue Jackets,

that at his death only 17 pagans r.maln'dlncln""rt..d" In Father Donnelly welcomed\ \ permit themselves to be cut grldmen: of Father Lopez High but finished strong, tearing Kenny 7

the town where he had found 17 Christians on his arrival 30 everyone and Invited all from the same old mold and "You are different, he reminded School and the visitors from twice In the games closing Ribault U

years before St. Gregory had that faith which moved mort women who were not members to be disinterested In distlno "You are not the Callahan High An intercepted six minutes

than mountain. (Gospel), of the Women's Club to tion. same It any other person pass broke the scoreless gameIn Father Lopes 1

Join Father Caulfield also Consequently he continued, alive, er who ever lived before the third quarter, the Ramblers The Clearwater flub was Callahan 7
Thursday, November" 18 firm or will ever hive In the mixing plays to reach led by quarterback John Km
greeted the women and complemented one major advertising Santa Fe II
Dedication of the Raftllinui of Rte. Peter and Paul (Mans all the workers on advised its clients that "a future" the goal line and win, 7-0. who scored once and passedto Cardinal Mooney t

for the dedication of a church, Gloria, Common Preface) a wonderfully successful evening man 110 longer has to be M I I' a relitlo t* find Coach Bud Asher't Green' Rick Milton and Bill Reich
Waves 241)) played the St for the winning margin. TheMarauder's Tampa Catholic I
c he need only
something makes" him distinct he said
The basilica of St Peter the "
at .Itrllllnd that ef lit Paul
Johns River Conference lead tough defense' was Jesuit High School M
outside the wall of old Rome are monuments ever the tombsof addlngi ,
the two Apostles who lie buried under them. "My house shag Michigan "Herein lies your greatness Clearwater Cent C,th. It

be called a house of prayer in it everyone who asks, re' and your Individual distinction Adm. Farragut *

ceives" (Communion Song), Let petition! these two Apostlesto and
your personal dImity M Joseph Academy 1*
obtain for us greater faith and confidence in Christ Private school
systems Let no one rob you of It, Ac- Crescent City U

Friday November 19M. hulk, no one can became It a I

Elisabeth of Hungary. (Maaa of a holy woman not unite for new law Only cannot be taken can from It you. i Melbourne. Cloud Cent Cith HSt .
you-you give up
a martyr, Gloria 2nd Prayer of St. Pontlanua, Common
surrender It, abandon it and f
Preface,) nr.lROIT: (NC) Spokesmen for four major private get lost in the faceless crowd r

The marriage of Ell/abeth, a princess of Hungary, and school systems have appealed recently to the heading for oblivion, the nobodies Daytona Beach
Detroit Board of Education: to implement a new auxiliary going nowhere"
Louis, the ruler of Thurmgia. was like a happy fairy tale for

mx yean. They had three childien Then Louis set out for peivirea law. They. aIM protested statements of the In another session of the .... ...
the Crusades and died of the plague In 1228, After many hard. board counsel, George K;, Buahnell Jr., who publicly convention Father ClarenceJ ,.. It asvuese Of ..

ships the young widowed queen died three jears. later at the questioned the constitutionality of the new Auxiliary Rivers, a Cincinnati high HRicr fJMiCTBHi&v3flBCoaches .
age of 25 Fliraheth regarded the kingdom of heaven as a school teacher spoke. Individualism :: weir :=.... :
School Services Act
treasure" (Gospel) greater than those of Ihitrmgia or Hungary, Indicating<< the very oppositeof he held Is becoming in Daytona Beach e\ en"Hhre.cl..... .."'
he said
Speaking hefote the board segregation, a thing of the pad"We \,

Saturday, November 20St. ( were Paul W \\ebrr of Petioit leikens called upon the who live In 1%\ are no Father Lopes High School coachet In Daytona '.
Felix of Yaloln.. (Mans of a confessor not a Bishop, hoard to clarify its position. the old r
the Michigan longer asking question
Beach who have been putting membera of the
Gloria Preface.)
He said :
'Who Is My Neighbor"Of h
Catholic Conference
"It Is strange now to hear that much at least we are Green V\avea through their pacee are from left
As a 70 year old hermit in a woods near Ceifroid in France, John relkens, representing(
some of those who have convinced We know as mankind John Stofs, Bud Spicer. Head Coach Bud Asher
Felix\ was persuaded by his youthful disciple, John of Matha, the Christian Schools of ought to hard for racial v
to help him establish a religious order of up until now has neverknown athletic director; and Joe Hergert.Furniture .
: the Trinitarians for Michigan: Dr John (hoitz, equality say that this conceptof that man under

ransoming Christians captured by Moslems who sold them Into the Lutheran High School As. equal treatment\ for all every neighbor,"" Fatrer .
the Is
sun our
slavery. In 1212 he died at the age of M "0 God we, ask soclation: and Rabbi Norman school children In regard to said looliGwtmq

that by the prayers of St Felix and through( Your grace that Kahn, administrator of Bl.th'rhlldilh these special services\ makes Rivers Cards -ATTOMA

we may be freed from the bondage of sin" tPra>er of the \ school for racial inequality This I II ..\\e hrlillant are I Iheme LLOYD COX M 1 h4hw aw.r

Assembly). The new law requites that an argument. of desperation .( the hour," he said -
Office) SuppliesCL (lf4 ..w 'rw
public such school services districts as mental giving Dr ('hull* pointed eut IM "\nd the question Is wlUC'I1rllti.nl 2-)47J t .... ....,

health examinations and parochial school leaders hale respond to the III North leach Sheet 1 Mrwtrl.
worked cluoelr with I'"bill'Irhllul needs of the world and the MALT s..:: :".
street to
(crossing( guards public
Daytona authorities "te build command of Christ Are we
school shall extend a .
pupils lee K.r.i+aeGuIdaeWanda '
foundation tar In (fact willing to be fully -. _
these In the same degree to solid<< ( *f support Welcome Travelers
and public educalina In the cil) of( Chrlattan' For 1 swear there Were
children) In parochial
Furniture. 1Mu.+ FacihaAvelahi.
other means under heaven
GENERATION JEWELERS-SINCE ISSI" other private school*, Detroit. no by which the werld can! be Porch end< Pate Spec;.H,.t 114 NerfH leech St. : .
Ihe private school) spokesmen "It Is unMievahle to methat RiHt ken
saved from destruction W'OII,1ot Phone 2SS-S479 Up t. 4t 00 PoruM.
Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons took particular exception this board Is willing to AlummvmH. ,

to a charge that extending: publicly give the appearam .., I OrmonJ |"chOp ,
of undermining this co- Salvador Dali. paints
Regis tftrtd Jewelers special services to parochial opera

CL 2.2552 Amencen 6m Socitty 122 N. hath St. school children might footer live spirit and that fotmda portrait of Teilhard Tony and Jerrie'sItalian

racial segiegation by !piompting lion"" he said 1 hales and Aw.rc.e" Feed
ftItU'.1.; : la (\( ) 1 I
: Cuisine
S white parents to withdraw A statement was submitted t t

their children from public for laths Kahn ho could not Painter Mvednt. Dan devoted e ." I P,M. 'M I 11 I P.M.Itiquet nvew"n .. .- .. .... .....

DAYTONA [) schools be !present, m which he tallest a major part of last sum I Fiobtwt su_ *>.. t. in .

Callinu the charge olfrn. statements made at the last men to a |Mtrait of the late
board meeting regarding (he Owed Monday.
FURNITURE Isle, Weber said Father Pierre Teilhard deChardin
new law shtM king and per the celebrated palewitoefltfUt '
"Ihe Inherence' was pblx l piexmg" and spiritual writerin SAN REMORESTAURANT BUCK'S

SHOWROOMS that cur ichmils are 81'Krf'olaird IWrott is a commumtv. oi
of Jews who de
M. Kom.n while iMhauls. :Nulhlng many people\ anc* many mllures the Society the evolution of man TRIM SHOP

fetal Sales *l Ditcounl Price could be further (rum the ," he suid 'That the\ as pitted a continuing' ascent toward 190 so. HlOSfWOOD I SEAT COVERS
(facts. and fkwrwh ante
"Only Th. look li opens; exist the bv situ God It was said !here that CL 2-1357 I AUTOMOIdl
in common accord Is < mnof / UPMOLJTERT
M Catholic worked on his portrait of
Theie are Dab
D.ytaft* Municipal! Airport Off HigKwi n a free JIOI.'y .Kq\ialit\: at his homeat Phone 713,9037
parochial schools in the inner Teilhard summer
Free Delivery Anywhere In Florid.futunng treatment is the other side nthat .._" un uu, tn. ririm
city of Detroit They bane a nearby tada ques. ((42 S.s.di C.wpkd Street
coin It la clear that the
total enrollment of :30104 chil estentia of the Cc*...ct Mr Raymond W.bOK "
dies Of this total S.W orin
Charcoal 4eil.dt .XuxtUarv Services Act is to PRINTING 7-S404 W ads this
1 cent chit era. GET BOTH A
.+ per are Negro GOOD DEAL
+ Prime achieve. that equality of treat
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dies, Of the M Detroit Catholic / -'not n H H' UU 'u, nu
T WESTERN STEAKS schools S3 hI"'aro: meat in the moat unlit Ceuchmen P.ei'1 C*.
area of modern need-as The enroll 1 imwf. NOTCL
OCEAN FRESH SEAFOOD pupils mesh in these average Ktooli is 4J3childien me to the educattenalh: de M2I4 111 M'9v> RAMBLER

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the best in.n types of foeJ-Vmt eur number of :Negro children is NEW SMYRNA IEACH +\
Floyd J. Tred"'f's
Dining Room Serving from 4 PM U II PM 103 a I percentage of 24 7 percent pit N. Du;. Ft....,
C .'' Daytona Moving & Storage Co. S Baggeft Mcintosh
We Cater to Privet Pert;.. We Honor American Eiprtu ,
These percentage are Agent ALLIED VAN ONES, INC. Inc. Phone 4280.4SSO
ELLINOR VILLAGE SHOPPING much than the 'enl R*, w..
CENTERON higher!: pen DAYTON DC LAND Fwerel Dw.ckrsay4eae

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fussing the l'a"I.:\ P auli, !

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r Education week Seven The Florida Catholic, Friday, November 12, 1961

y..QJITH observed at Improving your study skills II

-- -. St. SchoolROCKLEDGER
nn. '" N.NNNNNNN. Mary

Cardinal Mooney Bishop Moore W. i Specific ways to study efficiently I I8y

Grady Mayor of Rockledge: Dr. Jamea Michael I-e* should constantly strive ta

High School High SchoolORLANDOTh. and Joseph R. Moss Mayor of University of Notre Dame see the real-Iife application la
what he Is studying This will
SARASOTA Cocoa signed a joint proclamation
Freshman Red last week was noted In the third --""N'N'N,"N.'" make the material meaning
Initiation commemorating AS
ago to introduce was held the two weeks Cross hootenanny.. staged Catholic Education article of this series, This Is the fourth of a five- ful, purposeful and vital and

ef the freshman class members last week as scheduled, and Week which was observed studying should be precededby part series on how to Improve hence Increase. comprehcnskm
into from Sunday November 7 remote preparation, suchas study skills by a noted educator and retention.As .
high school life. Activities began the venture was termed asuccess.
allocation of a definite time Both parents and students
at a genera! a rule when adults study
assembly in .
All proceeds will
go 13. Special were for study, selection of a suitable will benefit hy readingthis
the gym and ended programs they make this real-life application
towards the club'i for wise series. Please and
projects planned for St Mary Schoolin room study use clip
evening social three days they typicallystudy
and activities Rockledge. of distributed vs. concentrated save for future reference
later. Seniors kept the first study sessions, and so only those things which

year students on the go The Handmaids .f the "Worth Your Effort" was / forth. Once these basic preparations NWNNN.NNN NN.NNN they choose

rendering services to the Blessed Sacrament held a the general theme of Catholic have been made, the After all association Is the However, children and

school party for the children .( Education Week Mayors decree youth week person who wishes to study key to effective learning and youths who almost always at

Mrs. Helen PUtchuk, ph.vslral Morning Star School !I. the should get to work Immediately retention. There are two types tend a school whose curricu
education Instructor/ Is home economics room .( Father Patrick J. O'CarroII Signing the proclamation for Catholic Educi- Too many Individuals both of associative devices, natur.1and lum Is not geared to their

sponsoring the girls' sew Pep Bishop Moore last Sunday. pastor of the St week's Mary's, announced tlon Week In the Cocoa-Rockledge area are MayorR school children and adults, artificial. special interest or develop

Club. There were plenty ef games progr.mfollowed W. Grady left, of Rockledge and Mayor Joseph start their study session by Natural associative devicesare mental needs often fail ta
the agenda of the
and acthltles. those which seek intrinsic connect what they are study
they do not begin toadu.lly
R. Moss dawdling
of Cocoa Mrs Elmer of ;
St.Mary'a .
She is aided by an executive Department of Education of Bartosek study until some fifteen logical\ \ relationship between Ing with their own daily Ii,,,.
This week rather the National Catholic Welfare nom and School Association in
was I Rockledge,
board .
of two representatives minutes later the new material to be Consequently, Inefficientstudy
or twenty
from busy one for Moore High students Conference.The la an interested observer The week of November
each of the classes. learned and some past knowledge l. result. Parents of then
Officers for the club are:, for besides>> being edu fa'ulty.lrd discussions 7 was observed in the cast coast schools The person should begin which Is ,,'.rooted\ In young people, as well as the
Marliee More president; cation week, it was also and instruction impressedupon each study session by motivating I- the prr on'. memory. For students themselves should

I Rita Elbare vtce-president; homecoming week. Mondayand students and their parents himself. example, a school boy trying make continuous efforts tt

Shelley I l Fmley, secretary; Tuesday were float given building to. that investment in learning Tampa Catholic Jesuit Thus for example. In an assignment to remember the significanceof mesh home study with their
and Dorene Ludwig treasurer preparations and through a Catholic education the battle of two Jima can own personal lives.
,; Wednesday was the parade Is truly "worth your effort involving Chaucer'sCantebury do so more easily by recallingthat
Last week both the Para. ; Thursday night was allotted ," High School High School Tales, a high his uncle was wounded The person should study
school or college youth should with the asmber al
medical Club and the French to the pep rally around The education week began TAMPA An there, and by rememberingsome
first few minutes
T.Ulr.On spend a this mesas.
the bonfire; and Friday was November 4and people t'saally
Club had their first meeting with Family Communion Sunday ( meet for the National I of the war stories his
imagining that he Is on that
5 Jesuit oneself.
for the and dance High featured studying by
ef the school game uncle told about In
year to organizethe on November ?. Forensics League was held at to Canter fighting
its 15 very
clubs and to elect new of. On Saturday Bishop Moore Sister Mary Benedict, principal the Academy of the Holy while homecoming festivities bury, witnessing those sights, the South Pacific. However some kinds el
will be host for the unr B hosting the Tampa .
ficers. Sister Mary Bertilla Names Artificial associative devices lend themselves t.
enumerated the specific on November 4. In Catholic hearing those sounds, and studying
football team
S.S.J. Is sponsor of both these district Paramedical Detention topics that were assigned for original oratory Joyce Aaron. Thomas Fridaynight M. meeting those people as a living are those which are Invented group study Into this category
organizations from t a m. to 3 p m. reports for the specific purpose fall certain of
each day explaining the purpose Philip llighes and Fredi experience. In this way types ap
The junior class has been About 400 delegates from and the benefits>> of a Smith won a first place each Doyle.On what la to be studied Is elevated of remembering some preclatlonal learning, eg.,
sponsoring bake sales in the many cities In central Florida Catholic education The faculty Thursday night at 7.30:: from brute, Inert fact or thesis; there Is nothing art, or certain types of problem
school cafeteria Theresa. Ko. are expected. The highlights discussed these topics and Pat Chamberlln. received a a bonfire created through the data 10Iv\ In,, meaningful: Inherently logical or connective .solving work a g., ascertaining .
of the correction will tint lid Reena Raggl received efforts of the senior clam
lanko has been elected chairman Incorporated them into the reality forming a part of his In the association. For the motives of a par'lkular .
of the half.time festivities be election of district officers daily instruction at the school. two firsts In oratorical was held on Jesuit campus own here-and now life Such a example the five lines of the character In a novel.
for homecoming to be a guest speaker, Dr. Joseph A first place was won by Afterwards there was a sos conventional musical staff are Indeed one educational' Investigation
The nation-wide motivational device will also
held on November 13. Von Thorn of Cocoa, and a progr.mthemn Tula Sins and two firsts by hop in the gym usually remembered by thelittle of college student
that were followed help the student to lose him.
band which will play duringthe Sybil Barnes la the dramatic saying: "every good boydoes
A concession stand and awire lunch break. each day were: A Catholic division. Then Friday night the self totally In what he Is Indicated that the group study
Artificial assocla-
fence around the Held education strengthens moral proud Tiger leant plajed the studying, fine method results In higher
erected by a remmltlee .. November 12 Is ilio Bishop and spiritual ,values cultivates Susan Casarro, Ellen: Donovan lamps Catholic Crusaders High!: morale and confident tons-or mnemonics as they achievements (Us measuredby
parents, put finishing teaches Moore. salute night at the (N'. the intellect! enhances and Donna Paul all received and gained Its seventh. win. should be maintained through are r.III'II-ar. learned more marks) for all the students

.it the school's field ceaildered land. Yealh Center, AlthMgh personal fulfillment Improves a first place and San out the entire study period slowly I and forgotten more except the Intellectually gift

ene of the finest I. the Bishop Moore Is I smaller earning power develops good dra Romero. received two first held After its the annual game, Tigertown particularly/ when difficulties associations.The rapidly than.natural or logical ed.

area. school la the area II has won citizenship, enriches family places in the humorous sec. homecoming arlne Good mental attitude Many educators while I I
dance with the "Pastels"playing should
the award for attendance a and community and deepens Is often the wedge which person reallxtng the numerous advantages .
Students of Cardinal Ms salute sight for the past International understand lion.On November I, 45 students for us. Also that night cracks open these difficulties! only to associate the material of group study under
Mooney had an opportunity to fear resieeetlve yearn ing. attended an all events Forensics the homecoming queen asscrowned he Is studying with what certain conditions nonetheless
One .. high he has but
ensuring learned
Interview way
a member of the contest held at Itobiniton note that the distractive
Peace Corps Patricia Piano Organization of the Hornet )highlight! of series the week's of speakers activities High School In Tampa reports On Wednesday, October :T. morale during periods of he should also lake the next danger Inherent In this practice
of Bradenton. Miss Piano basketball program has was a Juan Nievtlnkki. the student. body voted fur study difficulties Is to reviewa step and Integrate the new Indicate cautious use.
who addressed the .
spoke enthusiastically of her begun under our new coach UplJ4'rIrldrl. one of the six candidates part of the lesson which the material Into the contextual Thus for example, a youth

experiences In Peru and .,.. James Clark. Although practice CouncilFathers representing' Holy Names persoa has already mastered. fabric of his previous know who wishes to spend the evening
s were d students' questions will not begin for a few How a Catholic education Academy and Sacred Heart This technique will Indirectly edge. By thus meshing with with hit girl friend In a

concerning the organization weeks yet, prenpectlve.,- helps. the Individual reach Ibo Academy convince Mm that he tan conquer his already secure learning, plua parlor on a so-called

reports Theresa Kolanko. ers were called together to goals thai are open today la the present difficulty ha will ensure that the new "study data" will likely engage
to The Jesuit Forensic league
plan the coming season, reports various profusion. and Industries equally well.Associative. material will be retained for In W per cent date and
dehale team are ta be tern a long period ef time
Don Clossey.Nordmann was the general theme 10 cent study
devices should
mended 'for fine participation
DELAND AREA for the guest speakers.On honor Dante In the Tallahassee NIL meet. ha used as often as possible The person who Is studying In all studying, the person

Hardware Wedensday the assembly should constantly Judge with
of seventh and eighth H-ORKNCK, Italy (NT) With ever 20! high schools, hit critical Intelligence! the
COMPANY FiiXJuf Tackle.os.;red graders heard Dr. Ljurette More than MO ecumenist. both In and out of the stale Public schools have varied soundness and worth of the

Sportino; ; G*.e"-leclwnifH; Bryan speak on educ.tlonalprrp.r.Uon. council\ Fathers are eipmted taking part, Jesuit placed material' he Is studying. All
I 1402 NeHti lowlo-or1 third In total number of
for the medical to attend ceremonies here material Is not of equal Importance
H tunM
M* on '* about
HigS.or IM2 D.U-.J s. II San profession commemorating the seventh points Bob Scully and John 'teaching religion' ; Indeed some mayhe
M. J. I.Wiuff. Owee centenary of the birth of llendry both earned gavels so worthless or of such little
Thursday A. P Reaudom
Brevard Junior College d... Italian pet Oast All hirrl.at for being elected as best presiding rllll.AlJu.rnr.\ (NC) It la nearly Impossible value as not to warrantany

ruined the public relations the Invitation of Krmenefil-: officers. for a teacher to exclude religion and still remain professionally further time spent studyIng -

field On Friday Tim Hanarahaa do Cardinal r Tor It of Florence At assembly on October :toJflWt' competent and conscientious, a church-atste Inv it..

manager of Titan II for new president Father alitule war told here.
They will\ attend an evening Jfte|'h" F. Beaver wan .entatlon which many observers
Mina Klsl: M. of
Aerospace Corp spoke on Murphy
ceremony ''November tai I inSanta introduced to the studentbody considered a highlight nf New films
engineering opportunities and I the> department of English,
Crort basilica, during He said he was honored the conference Miss Murphy
Ill' i hr' neienary educational back which Bishop Giovanni Fal- that he could be back again South Hills High !School asked how one can teach the .mm* nwn' .) MM*... W

FRIED alasI01 ground. 'tail president of the Pootl. at Jesuit Pittsburgh, presented a re- Canterbury Tales' without reference tin' sr same

ATHENS IAUNCIY) and Culmination is of the week'sactivities hearseand teal Commlaton for SacredArt port of what Is taking place to religion and to CUM: A, JWtlon |
an open virtues and vkes.
in Italy and an expert on In Pennsylvania pub
West New Y... Avenue many
CUT CLEANING book fair to be held at St.
rVt Up ..d c.t..., the ports works, will apeak. St. Mary lic school classrooms. Or how ran one leach Hamlet (Morally unobjectionable.for .
o ,
Phone 734-1166 Mary's School l on Sunday November
or Macbeth or even Moby
Phone' 714 1119I 14 from 2 to S p m.Classrooms Readings from Dante's "1'1I. She; spoke ai part of a recent Dick, without touching upon general patronage)

I DeLand I I3S L Ve.fK.i; will be open for VM| Corn-ay will siren the Magdalen School panel dlsruMlng 'Teach religion? she aiked Around the World Under the
and friends to viewstudents' general theme .f log About Religion In Penn
parents peace vmriiife fee (MGM"
\IT1.\Mi I ) The Juniornthens'
sylvania" at lha Pennsylvania These isil other nannies
accompltihmeiitsand << from Pope Paul M 1 .
DeLand Memorial Gardens and Mausoleum of America Civics conference on Church and deal with good. and evil, honesty
displays.( New and Interesting will\ lIP read. (!*." A, rWtlon. IIMorally
"Wtwre N.+Yr"| l*..fy ;it Enhanced by N..*r End**, Cer." << volumes will be added dub nf St Mary Magdalenfcjyxil Slate at the University ofPennsylvania and a'lihoneily' course
The roused Fathers "II received this week Its kola .
I to the functioning central II and rowartllc, !issue and ( unobjectionablef
... 7)4 ofSe oOO End loroffore1 Aonvefto O.U- brary, through, parents and al4 attend a Mats la the official/ charter from the corm "It I I. impossible not in and other "taluo Items"shout r adults and Ioar-.t.)
cathedral rowekheated. 'N"- mission nn American rtttcen- tea h about religion In a chiP. youHfilrrl es<
M. loldtutt.. ',..::4.... 8. J. rVitl. Yoc.; ",.,; .* book friends fair participation In the vember 14)) by Cardinal Skirt ship In Washington DC. course on English literature" press ronrera, she said Chid,.h. the Three leaded

! and 12 BMhops Inrhxfmg (two The officers of the newly' she .said "because so many Monster (Cent Dist )
from each continent and Arc''h> organised club are Ronald things art rioted In religion," They cannot be .patted over To Die In MadridAlt.

INSURANCE "For THE GreciouS GIFT SHOP{,;.;..,- bishop ftalvatore Baldastarri Fisher, .president' ; Patti IJferilsr Is heavily lades by Miss any, Murphy conscientious made turner It clear ( Internal)

II' Gt.-; c..... Ha'iO.gs linens, 0;". GI.....'. of Ravenna and Bishop I. Giuseppe '/.IV)', tk'prsldnt: Carolyn will Biblical references and that many times Chess mat. Underworld Informers The
; THE CONRAD COMPANY For kW. .. .n 4 AI CXc.v*..f Carrara of Verona, tee I..nrk.cr.tary: Robert fllblkal themes aid while tars force the teaher to be. (CooL Dist)
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Bells ,I ; 4; efIn!

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To over ring Cathedral in old gable door ,,"..' iii Jl'\V A- ...., il; Jl\ 11"III: ,1.

ST. ACGL'ST11EAncient bells and newer ones will

ring again from the Cathedral on the dedication! day next from the street. ; the rest are the bells were merely ornamental ,
in the tower that was added to until now. "
year when the St Augustine landmark is reopened Competent the Cathedral after the fire of t

handa are now at work on the general recondItion. 18R7 It was the fire that Plaza's sounds r

ing and refurbishing of the historic edifice robbed the four original bells Everyone in St Augustine Is e t; lt a ylMW +
in the facade of their timbre. ( +
The very old and historic bolls! that have been client accustomed to hearing the
The oldest. of the four old ringing of bells in the Plaza
In the bell gable since the fire of 1887, have been to Hol
bells bears an aspiration to from the Cathedral tower i iti
land for repairs and are In Holland The I. T. \erdm St Joseph and the date of where the modern belfry has ". 'I'w 4 : t
now rehung in the facade Company of Cincinnati was 1689. It is one of the oldest been. located In this century

ready to peal forth for the commissioned to restore the bells in the country. The After missing for .0 m 0 ti
bells other three older bells date months the sound of Cathedral
first time in nearly 80 years. from the 1780s, the era of the bells..joyful at Easters
In the. future, the hells will second Spanish occupation of sorrowful funeral tolling-* tiy
The venerable bl'I1III'hl'h
be rung on special occasions, St. Augustine. Th date of daily, for the Angelus hours,
have not rung in the niches according Monsignor: : John 17871 U clearly distinguishableon the people will be glad to hear
above the Cathedrals main P. Burns, Cathedral pastor one of the belle restored in them peal forth regularlyonce

portal for such a long time, Fight bells In all serve the Holland. againRenewed. WTe14i I
have been recast in a foundry Cathedral. Four are visible From the time ef the fire, interest to the q _

.. ... ... architectural beauty ef the
---+aw ao-w. h. M" Mw r "' -- -
r' Cathedral has been fosteredby

the Quadricentennial restoration
being conducted by
the Diocese of St Augustine

Old wood cute of the ben
gable overlooking Cathedral.
A. .' Street depict small bays

standing on a porch er covered .
platform behind the
gable niches The boys pulled .
the ropes of the belie individual .
I !?, to summon the 6i
4 people to church In the Catholic i, re hr k

church built by the !Spanish
government in the 1790s, ''' :4, .
the Moorish influence in Spain '
was carried to the colonies in
mission I architecture The
church that became St. Augustine .
's Cathedral ta> 1870

was built in the 1790s.
The bell. gable provided.
three niches four feet. high R'd ''
'I ,.
and two feet wide with their
bases on a level with the top
ef the roof; the fourth niche,
slightly smaller, was centered
above the other three

Only the walls and the ben
fable remained. standing after.
the 1M7 fire. The bells were r
glared. la the itches, their e wlsS

timbre gone.
1ji + In the rebuilding ef the '
church, the square tower 4UI
added to the Cathedral rose r _
as high as the bell gable of
old, and atop /
i tower In two stories.
This companile rose almostas

//flD! pI high again as the facade,
1 lifting its pointed red tiled.
roof and cross Into the sky, to
Workmen replace bells in original niches
I form a newly shaped land -
JiIq. mark In the ancient city's
The bell gable which gives the statue Is the city's and diocese. Is the Inscription, in Latin, St.

: diai- skyline.Wheels Cathedral special distinction in the patron, Saint Augustine Joseph, pray for us The other bell
usedOaken architecture of Spanish St. Augustine In the pictures of the belle at with a date is the third from left

kt wheels. on which once more will be functional the top of the page. they are shown It also has an aspiration and the
4 four new" bells turned each as well ai: ornamental: The old before and after they were sent to date of 1747. All of the bells were

r + f time they. were rung, were installed bells that have born silent In the Holland for restoration by the I, T. hung in the facade when the

: t In the tower to support four niches since they were damaged "erdm comj"any. The! oldest of the Church waa built by Spain, in the
[. tI four bells. ..weight of the bells by the fire of 1H7 have barn bells, second from left, could be 1790s.

was approximately. 1500, 1000, recast and In the future, they will the oldest bell in the country It
7V) and 500 pounds each Inscribed be rung; on special 'cuiona. The I. dated A.D. 16&9. and circling: it.
Huge bell replaced in clock tower on each was "Ml"-
Shane Bell foundry, Batti tolling bell The 1X) pound thane bells were not I Is rru> tu bells: funeral teller with tiantty and reminding an! cf
To the left of the original church si part of the. Cathedral tower. This more, Maryland. 1B87," with bell' sounded. the! hour of th tar ateThe one bell: and church service the' historic past o( St Augus'

ef St. Augustine stands the tower add. new one and the i>l was dated 18R6 The largestof town clock. tower Switches controlled the the best of "modern devices toaid
*d after the fire. The towers oldest been put in placi e, in anticipation of March 15. 1844. in the Cathedral .
these. old bells from the them in
used to sacristy their
rInging' carrying on
I bell cast in 1886, is replaced by this the forthcoming opening)' of the Cathe5 Time leak l Hi toll .f the campanile, has new faces Bettervolume
ring the Angelus at six In the eliminating the ropes Important mhwwn.
new thousand-pound bell shown being dral, following the present program of morning and evening and at bells Ihemsrhrs, and 1 by>> the which will. be illuminatedfrom and tone resulted with then werkmra fromtr-

hoisted into the window of the octagon beautification and I restoration noon each day, It was also the 1140s, Sao ether .r t the Me.I the In Aid.. Before( ex the uniform eltttric system' dm checked the bells from'

,, __ ..--.. .. .. .... .. ___ u_ _ __ tenor futures lighted the which gave the proper 90-de- tilt tower this year the ''('\.
nn '''-'' '" four faced sink.
M\: \: '. }; a- :-JiY': grew swung to Use bfll, Met largest Ml. and the tow.er .
: ,1. .... r.. ,. The Methane beds
/.1' foundry
Subscribo now .. J I'I ..., It sac In 19M that the cimk 's eldest hi terms of when
.. t h' made of and
., ,. ., "' .. ...- : .tt t. ( "' If' acre copper tin In the Cathedral' tower asset rt was cast, was found to be
"t"U""t"uun .
u\t"'''' alloy and were by
rung rope
.. : .. f: .' 'I-1 J.. -', on an elertricallyiMrratled beyond repair
\. .... .. .. '. pulli Sometime the heavy basis for the time mrctonum.but It .has Fawn replawith'
t. ... bells would lift altar boy
,hf', .. .. an .
11'\ I tM cluck stnkia| was another l(*-pouiHl bell aid
ST. AUGUSTINE 4 i of light weight. off the ground,
J '- i 1" r 1 15r 1M still weis>ht driven, the elder one was mrlteddown
oj,' "''.11' .. ( 1 ai hr rang thrm Middle aged \I Minor Burns hat h,n- and writ br mal Into<>>
> ., .( citurns of the Cathedral
( .. 1 par' dIed the latent tsstallattnns small Muiir bens fr the
,; ',: ., ; j Uh today remember the ropes
PONTIAC ... r.\\ by the Teethe. f-mp."ny. Even Cathedral
;; i.1" dangling from the laser and
.. .
the oldest IItU.111 l rang elec-
RAMBLER I', \ "'; ,,1 I'. .... ';!;J.r. the laborious. hand ringing

;; .. I;:" .4. rI -..... ....... J process. Fvrrvene: who t>er trl.lIy. &
,< filii'" ..t I
Banta Brothers '\ sang In the old choir Wt Maes niKlatunas ruet',1'
IN II* MIICI 'i:'. 1 \ sloth i Is DOW gone. will recall ? .\rmatk.. guest 01 wane
; ,. the ropes for the belts "\ h.p Joseph. P IlIrlr" ; \
., "r Theerdn\ Cemj>asv of comes !. M \1(11"11. I. [j
ft"j (Cincinnati, whe trademarkis dedicate' the restored l Cathe.drat .
ALU" stew 4
GINTYPlumbing "The Bill Rwjns of an .f Ike brill will peal' ,,_.'"
and Heating America" Installed bell forth I I. J.,1.1 l l loses. "'" -- - ....
r equipment In the Cathedral'! toreplace sew,-.. ..... ....
1 .
VA ? 242? ,
I. 'e .w w : W
r Both the oldt bHK OVwoIn
r y ti5 t"CMltm" .1tod asd ... -. ,..+1- .-...Im..w'wsr. .
12 Williams Street f the bell gable and the .... e..as.w.1s .
urn future In 1942!
added after the of .... .
OHM fire
:1' H f J At that time new brllw ....e Ma+....-a Ina
I 1IM7 Hit* preserving; 1M ...
: ( 1.1 heels made fit steel. r..dth. r_ roo. _. Itlt
-. hallowed UaditKxis of ihra-
t rrriViannat sass wheels of oak. Ilndernsteel

A. .. e'.'_.....! u ....... ', place"hammers of the also older were barn-putin INN.INNNNII.NN.O.NNSupport p If FISETEETH1) i

Ambulant" S.rv'e I men

VA 4-147J .. I get on nerves )
ST. AUSUSTIN! Rung by hand Your Perish

Hand ringing 1 became I
thing ef the part totally! la Awgiant Holy Name Secitfytop

Prescriptions IMS. when t>Verdicts ",..,,, "n 11' at bfi
returned to the city to installIn
the campanile equipment
provWH for the automatic
mdDDiurldeoqA J
rmfUtg of me tacrtui uI.ne e

Cathedral of St. Augustine after fire of 1887
NN.NIINNIINN.IINNNMoving w_ .0'. s.na ... e. e.rr rsa.
&xal/ ,. .. ,.
+' r -r ..,.
Robbed! of their timbre by the the archives of Cathedral Parish above It. The coquina.based walla ? I I. cw.. '.re .. __

Sick room supplies fire of 18S7 the ul.kst b.,ils in the show the damage dune by the fire. show thru thickness through thewindows ... ....., ...... he ,... ':, -. .'. :unwna- ..:.....-=.:

Rental and sale Cathedral of St Augustine wore AU that was left standing of the and main heist, to the *.4M.. a.. -. re..1 IN l tM tM* .> ., .-. ..?.". .'... ...-. ..... -

y. 4-1617 47 King Sfrt.t merely ornamental for nearly SO Cathedral were the walls, the entrance gutted interior. .. M.I --wer.M'/., r ......... .. w -..1_-_ .... .PU.wr- -5.
j ears This faded photograph from arch ud the bell gable .,,"uuu "uu n '" -..kd. p r..r. s.wes.r.- ,.a?




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Audience at St. Peter's tomb .1 1..e.w --- Nine The Florida Catholic, Friday November" 12,10G3

I Pope Paul speaks on martyrdom ir : Protests family planning

VATICAN CITY (NC) Pope Paul told hia weekly for a spirit strong to the program at conference

Central audience that a visit to the tomb of SL Peter point of heroism if need be, to

Apostle and martyr, serves u a reminder that a profess the point of supreme love." WASHINGTON (NC) A national Catholic spokes

I ion of faith sometimes demands martyrdom.He Not only are martyrs powerful man has charged here that a session on a family planning

called the Intercessors la obtaining at the White" House Conference on Health was "an insult
on thousands gathered before theApoIUe'
for man faith, courage and to thousands of Catholic agencies and millions of American
.. tomb under the high altar of St PeUr'a basilica love of Christ, the Pope said citizens"
--- -
(November 3)) to "make but they also offer aa eloquent
force of arms, apparently victorious and te be -A The protest was voiced by Monsignor John C Knott,
convincing example
this"experience a salutary but in reality overcome followed."It w 1 director of the Family Life Bureau of the National Catholic

one. ." Welfare Conference. He said the absence at the sessionof !

"It is an experience of The supreme choice between is the most eloquent and a spokesman for the
faith which springs from the faith and life, Pope convincing example that can leaching of the Catholic floor discussion at the sessionwas

heart, of an easy and joyous Paul said, ends in death be offered to souls which are Church Involved "censorship dominated by represc Natives
faith which only true follow "The martyr knows that his free and anxious to approach of Planned Parenthood

ers of Christ can experience," choice involves the loss of closer to the truth for which "of the moat dangerous groups

Pope Paul continued. everything, that it will make the martyr sacrifices! himself. Clothing drive held in Orlando kind. Monsignor Knott's statement
"Observe: This profession him unpopular, fanatical and He reminds us that Joined to Monsignor Knott's state* said he wanted to pro

of faith at a given moment alone in the eyes of others, the 'openness' of the Apostle Clothing and bedding were collected grand knight of Council 561, who ment referred to a panel session test "in the strongest terms
can become a witnessing, thatIs perhaps even an object of is the firmness of the martyr.He on family planning held possible" the "almost complete
it can express Itself to those vilification and scorn, deprived reminds us that truth is In Orlando, October 30-31, by Knights headed the collection asked tor rrfu- during the two-day White lack of official Catholic

who do not share It or perhaps of the external dignity one and has, in the final of Columbus of the area. Pictured, gees from Cuba. The men and their House conference, (November representation" at the conference -

oppose it It can become dangerous which would lend greatness to analysis, absolute r l II h t I. from left, are James R. Hillman, grand families also will contribute to the 34)) which was attendedby In general."Of .

This It what happened his silent and belittled "He reminds us, the Pope Knight of Council 5150; William Sykea, annual Bishops' Thanksgiving Clothing some MX. leaden In health the more than 90 speakers .

to Peter who was not only an heroism." continued, "thst to truth and district deputy; and William Bagley drive within the next two wceka. field from throughout the listed on the conference

Apostle but also a martyr. A visit to the tomb of St. faith we owe a witness which country. program," he said, "only one

The same thing happened to Peter, he said, "makes us is not only conventions, collective Speakers at the family planBlnf was Identifiable as the repre-
St Paul, on whose tomb are realize that faith Is a commit. a matter of principlebut session barked government sentathe of a Catholic institution

carved the simple words: ment of the highest import also personal, unequivocal Persecution by communists seen birth control programs ."

Apoitle and martyr.' that the Christian professionis and perhaps, mostly, fear and the official report' or the He continued:
not a superficial less. And he reminds us final
session said "all off
"The same thing has parts "In the panel) discussions ea
happened easily adaptable to all circumstances ly that the martyr of Christis
ot eminent" i hen Id tab
to follower of unrivaled Priest-survivor family planning there was Bene
many by <<
Rather it sets one not a hero strange to us. lieU leadership' In this field
Christ who were awarded this representing. the oUlt'lalturhlne
It demands Im for be is
apart fidelity, a martyr us;
Irsgle and" glorious title .( plies risk and sacrifice, calls ours." FORT WAYNF Indiana (NC) 'Modem Heroda Father Greene said that as One Catholic-George Shutter authority ef I III

martyr Pope Paul said and Neroa are unleashing a fury of hatred unrivaled since the Church mirrors the life of assistant, to the president Catholic Church
her Divine Founder, "thus It of the University of Notre
"What does "This session dominated
It means witness.martyr But mean in! Christian unity prayer that bleak forbodlng day on Calvary when all the fury of Is generally to be In the life of O.me-'II on the panel. The and controlled was by the advocates

Christian terminology the Hell was l loosed against the King of Kings," a survivor of each member The degree of of contraception' and

term has acquired the specific week set for JanuaryNEW communist! Chinese persecution has told a congregationof sacrifice, of heroism" Is relative South American teen abortion and by the promoters

meaning of a witness in blood 10,000 here. -subjecthe. Vatican of government InterferenceInto
for the include Father Miguel on stamp marital
faith of They privacy
Christ YORK (NC) Ti he) annual Week of Prayer for Father Robert W. Green He added that "In the life VATICAN CITY NC-
"It is the ( "The programming was an
brave Mexican
privileged title of Pro "the
Christian will be 18 M.M, a Maryknoll missioner of each Chrlitlin there are
those who have given theirlives Unity held from January to 25,1964, Vatican City's 1995 Christmas Insult to thousands of Catholic
preached at the sixth annual Priest martyred by a firing limes when he or she mutt
under Catholic and Protestint will show
stamp a Nativityscene and of
letting themselves agencies millions
be It Is aloe recommended by ," and Father Paul
Feast of Christ the King male the decision for oragilnftt
set In the Andes of
killed for the auspices.The American citizens. It was
came of ChristIt particularly
the U.S. Bishops' Cemmlisloafor Eucharistic hour here. The Cheng, native Chinese Priest ChrUt the King-
is a title which week is cosponsoredby Latin America, with llamas demeaning that the
implies an Ecumenical Affairs. .
who asserted loyalty to the
included Mass concelebrated literally to stand and be .
ceremony up
external drama, violent and the Catholic Associationfor before taking the place of the traditional White House, the symbol o(
Holy a large
by 12 Priests and< counted with Christ
cruel, an extremely fasclnat. Christian Unity of Lyons, Mooslgnor William A. crowd when the communists ot and s... everything good In our na
distribution of Communion
Ing episode involving a clash France, and the World Council Bum, executive director of 30 Priests scattered throughout by thought he had been conditioned "There can be no cutting The annual Christmas Issue tion's history, should be used

between two forces, one the of Churches' Commission the Catholic Bishops' commission the Allen County M,. to proclaim allegianceto corners," he warned, "no has depleted the Nativity In ss a propaganda platform for
unarmed but Invincible force of Faith and Order. The Department said Catholics "hsve the schismatic national compromise, no concessionsif various national settings' since an antillfe philosophy which
morlal Coliseum
Faith and Orderof had the of collabor 1959:\ This year It will have Is to '
of the spirit the other the of privilege Chinese church. we're to be loyal to the contradictory our deepest
the National Council of ating" In the preparation of Father Greene assertedthat King of Kings."We the ancient ruined Inca city otMacchu traditions," Monsignor Knirtt<
Churches co-sponsors the the leaflet "Minnies are required la Father Cheng was Immediately Tlcchu as a back emphasized

ORLANDOWINTER week In the United States "We are deeply gratefulfor record the deeds ef fhrlit's hustled from"the stage live and hold aloft our ground, and the crib figures "The very flagrancy of this

For the first tint, a common this opportunity" Monsignor followers. I'd remind you of and executed Father Catholic .Faith proud" of the will be dressed in Andean abuse of governmental power

PARK leaflet of prayers will be B. u m commented, enl1pr1 few, U this cen- Greene reported glorious thing It I.. costumer demands an explanation. Involved

available for use by all de "and look upon this Joint tory la our generation." Designed by Polish artist Is censorship of the
Caslmlrs' Dsbrowska, the the most dangerous kind and
nominations. effort as an Important step in
Orlando r .ir stamp will be Issued November one that is
FAQUETTE MOTORS the development of our workIng :: contrary to the
Sponsored by the WCC and : U and will be valid until
relationship with the Na ST. ANDREWThe C: American sense of Justice and
....U'M'llJ'" IM'".r.I IIAl.II. LIlt NCC faith aid order groups, Uonal and World Councils ofCbl&rC'hll. St Andrew Parish r 4I. the end of 19M. fair play,''

.- t..w Guild will sponsor a Polno.
Iw4 tin
(... Civil a t IrMtt .'..... ".. I Tu>.| to .....| r "In the light of the Decreeon slan ball on November U at ORLANDO. WINTER PARK
GA MAS Mr*. Don Mood Ecumenism of the Second i p.m. Fern Creek National

CR 7-4071 I' Vatican Council which summons Guard Armory Orlando will ,I.TM I.e I.

.. Roman Catholics not be the scene. "
"Ovir Flower fee
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Music will be provided by the ..
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ante of the week of prayer
Col Fetor Spoofs Committee chairmen: are
Line has taken on a new and deeper
ORLANDOADVERTISING slpUflcanre." he noted. Louis J. Muglach Jr.
Fi".,, In cKfldrWl' 1..., i i.t "This leaflet ls aa admirable Mrs Paul 0. Clemens, )its. JIm Blah Herman J. Heldrlch

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The 1I\0"l'n1l1l" 12,1965 .-- ......
Florida' Cathnlle, FrMay", ._ Pope Paul attends
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Mercy Medical 1 Auxiliary renders Mass for deceased

I [ :' J. council Fathers
;!' ,.
service to and community .>
patient ,1 R' I t tt VATICAN CITY (NC-Tht)

souls of it least M council!
Staff At'riter al l Hospital l t l Assnelatlnns.Uomen -

four nevrrnl women under the may be active members Fathers who died since the
Nearly >'I'IIMI ago
leadership of Sinter Theresa Francis S.S.J. and Mrs Austin associate members, life I'i' t end of the third .(session in

I members or honorary mem 14 'were remembered In a
A Caruso banded together to form the Mercy!
hers The Auxiliary now has
offered November
Mass on 10
Center Auxiliary of Orlando When the hospital' was II life members \
stood at 468 I by Amleto Cardinal Cicognan -
dedicated last month. Auxiliary membership Mrs. Caruso, as president, ..
papal secretary of state,
of various the with t h
women occupations guides women e
and her serviceolunteers! and attended by Pope Paul
and creeds aid of her fellow officers:
work in the admitting office M.
Mrs,, Caruso and her found. Mrs Henry L. Killcn and h l' r Mrs Charles K. Callahan,
The of M
names Bishopsnere
'fog board net the objectives committee in the medical II- vice president; Mrs. James
listed In the November
flf the organization: and many brary. Mrs. Roland P Lane G. Econnmon, recording secretary
6 issue of Civilta Cattolici, a
Mrs Howard J. Connolly
'omen of the Central Florida and her workers in pediatrics ,
area' responded to the call for Mrs. J B. Lawton III Is in treasurer; Mrs. flay review published by the

service to the sick charge of the service! that arranges Olcch Sr., assistant treasurer Jesuits In Rome.

"The purpose of this organ-!- and places flowers in ; Mrs. William T Latham, Five additional names, In-

ration shall be to promote and the hospital \Mrs Burcham corresponding secretary, and eluding that ef BI.hopdllph

to advance the welfare of Darn leads the service that Mrs Peter J. Gill, assistant Marx of Brownstllle, Tt\n,

Mercy Medical Center through provides reading! material for corresponding secretary. Mrs. 'were announced U the lav

pound public relations between patients through a library Olech is also parliamentarian. then In the emmrll hill. Riih.

the !hospital and the community cart. Standing committee chairmen liplan: died In Germany

: to promote a dedicated are Mrs. Callahan membership November I,
service to the hospital and the :Mrs. Sherman S. Dangler I Is Mrs. Andrew N Ser r r +

patient: to assist the hospital chairman of the central services ros, records; Mrs. John Jo'. t 1 'ea The dead<< remembered are

financially by fund raising a hub of activity In the Watson placement, Mrs. five Cardinals including Albert .
shown visitorsThe
activities approved by the hospital. Brantley Burcham general Mercy Hospital equipment to Cardinal Meyer of Chicago

hospital governing board. chairman of all services!!; 24 Archbishops including
Thus reads Article 1, Section Women of the Auxiliary also Mrs!! Purcham nominating; most modern equipment la Central Florida reaidenU a preview tln llnrllo. Tr Kenneth Hire, at Archbishop Joseph' Rummel of

2 of the bylaws of the !! sew sheet, make bandages Mrs. Asher Peter, history; being: installed\ in. Mercy Medical of hospital facilities Mm. Frank right, explains the systems in the New Orleans, and 51 Bishops,

Auxiliary.Tn : and cancer pads, work in Mrs!! Samuel B. Lawrence, Center, Orlando, in advance of its Flynn, at left, shown operating X-ray room to Mr, and Mrs James including auxiliary Bishop

the outpatient department public relations, and Mrs. opening, November 21. Member room equipment to Miaa MarieStanganello Rues William R. Arnold of Nt"
and inwheel
best fulfill these objectives transport patients
the have undertaken chairs to X. and other James A. McLcod, Mercy of the Mercy Auxiliary are giving and Mr. and Mn. John Wk; Bishop Edward C.
!!, women ray
Memos. Daly 0.P., of Dei!! Momes;
numerous arm ices areas of the hospital .
--- -- Bishop Marx and Bishop
Even: with these duties
The. Information desk will !!, the women have many undertaken Persecution in Pontiff asks James J. Navaeh of Tatersnn.

tn staffed In the hospital lobby more: they have !grouped Good works will follow In addition to these deaths
by the !service! headed by there "were also those nf two
their daughters; (who are
Sudan forces last apostolic prefects and one religious
Mr' Charles!! F Blackton.
high school seniors) into a for
Under Mrs James B. Caton membership in the Pink Council Paul prayers \ : superior.According' .

the Auxiliary will operate the Angels," under the chairman Pope says Bishop to leave to Civilta Catln

gift shop end the same service ship of Auxiliary member oil the, dead lira figures( since the begin!:
will circulate the gift; cart sing of the council In 19R2,
: LEopoimiiiK) : (NO) -
Mrs. Glen n Pierson Jr. (C...tiw4 tn* lets r't) change misting Indulgence or of the direct or indirect
the patients!!. Mrs. Edward 221 council Fathers not In.
The Pink Angels are n o wundergoing nllr,",. apo tolall'. From the Congolese town of (C rtiM>< I'M Ml* '*.)
C. Soistman is chairman council i1I depend not upon eluding Bishop Marx hav .
orientation and lie also noted that the commission Aba the Sudan border
tit members who will supervise nurses aide training coursesat the multiplicity of rules but Those national Bishops conferences near tues which, like the Tames died These included 12 Cardinals
introduced into .
i the coffee( hop.J the hospital and will soon upon the seriousness and commitment which wished to read has three observation have come reports!! that Bishop from a triple lamp, illuminate 64 Archbishop!! !!. 142
<" the maternity ward assume duties as volunteer in putting the decisions their reports on the Pope's chapter on the a Importance Ireneus Dud the last remaining the great and supreme Bishops 3 apostolic prefects

Mrs. Frank Flynn will orgamze nurses aides document on the following Bishop In Southern certitudes. Christians have and 3 religious superiors.(
from it Into of a broader participation by
a Baby Alumnae" forth coming day were Invited to do so, al. Sudan has left the Sudan and about life after death and the
recording of birthi.!! The Auxiliary has membership practice in the years to come though the council secretary women in the aposotolate of I'It'rnallfe\ to which ws ft Cardinal rededicates
In both slate and nation- the Church. is now in Uganda.The .
Mrs Jerry J. Chirone Jr. Archbishop Peddle all called
\hove all that requiresthe Among the documents Issued
of the minds "Felicl indicated that those reports by the ('alhoHe historic church
preparation during the meeting was After the Mass Pope Paul
New national Charities of (the faithful to receive' the conferences which I simply the text of a study and reporton Information service here, went (' the grottoes below the BOSTON <\CI) nichard,

new norms; prodding the wished to submit their observations proposed changes' In Indulgence say Illihop nl...'. "wh* had bee main church and knell" In Cardinal Cushing was to rededicate -

is Omaha Sister Inertia nf those 'who are reluctant In writing were encouraged norms It was under house arrest In the prayer at the tombs, *f his 161 year-old St 1't.-

president to adapt themselves to to do so. stressed that this matter' is Sudan "was recently at sha four Immediate predecessors phen church here on November .

the new course; restraining In his report on the document not a conciliar matter but with ill !Sudanese Priests Pope Benedict X\, 1'0' Plus 11 The church has been

11'ASIIINGTON'NCThe) new president of the on (the other hand the Intemperance on the lay apostolate, rather had been placed on the and about 50 minor seminari XI, Pope Plus XII and Pope restored completely to Its Bui-\

National Conference of Catholic Charities first Sister' of others who IndulgeInn presented before voting I << council's) agenda: by order of ans. John XXIII. finch design of 1M2 during the

In the NCCC's b5-year history to hold the post-firmly many personal Initiatives began: Bishop Franz Ilengs- the Pope put two years The famous

believes in professional education for Sixters. that may harm the healthy renewal bach of ":Eases Germany, The revised! text of the mission The seminarians left Aba On the tombs of each he freedom Trail church now

already undertaken; stressed that the document schema was also distributed for Kilommes in northeastern placed flowers and at the conclusion has been restored to full par
"You do much better
a. the ecumenical movement by keeping the changes: ( within cannot be separated from and voting\ on It was to Congo, where three Italian of the individual lab use St Stephen it I In.
Job If you're trained for it. I conciliar documents Priests expelled from Sudan he offered rated from the famous
heading a professional study authoritatively prescribed other t begin on November 10. The prayers a prayer across
Spheres of influence widen of a Lutheran children's home. hounds; inculcating In all dealing with the lay apostolate revised text on priestly life will teach them. for the souls of all successorsof Paul Revere "' .Illnd the Old

M Sisters are equipped to She Is former chairman nf persons the spirit of trust toward lie cited particularlythe and ministry was also distributed Bishop i Dud, a native of the St Peter, North Church.

Join professional organizations the Omaha chapter of the NatIOnal pastors and a full obedience Constitution on the Church and voting on it was to Sudan, Is the vicar apostolicof

," Mother Mary Association of Social that Is the expression of and the schema on the ChurchIn : begin when voting on the missions Wan and Its SO.000 Catholics -

Chariest Keane commented Workers and past president of (rue love of the. (hurth and the modern world. schema ended After the July massacre "M I R-A-C L E"

In an interview the Nebraska Association of a sure guarantee( of unity and He noted that for the first Archbishop Kelici also annminced of Southern Sudanese civilians

In the two decades Child Care Associations. success." time a council has explicitly there was to be a at Juba by government troops Lotion
past treated the !subject! of the lay general council meeting on he traveled north to Khartoumto Eipeifly r.c mm" .fid.d .| .* a d In (K. trtctmtnt for cI'..
Mother Charles'"spheres I
Mary Mother (harles
Mary was Pope Paul spoke! of the role In decree November 11 protest the action, but "was comfort due fa dry scaly slip: FUNGUS infection "f tht
of Influence" and elected president! of the (alhn- of the Bishops I !!, Priests!! Religious apostolate a special refused an audience by government lands, na.ls. EARS, ATHLETE'S foot PSORIASIS rash.
The he said contains
ef service have extended far lie Charities conference at Its and laity in the post- text One change that has bee officials, Recently he. priikly heat cMmq sad Sunburn. Gives I loft velvet (Itttitur

and wide. Since 1163! she has recent annual meeting In conciliar revival. He directed the! fruit of the experiences nude In the revlned lay apostolule was reported to be under *. Only |l.2S. Money rtfundtd if sot n.0 tf,d.
and activities of
been head of the Omaha province Philadelphia. every parish and Religious many schema Is In the sec* house arrest
tit the Sisters of Mercy in the Catholic laymen and their movementsand
community lion dealing with )oulh. Thetext
of the Union, direct'ng the Priests laymen and laywomen Church to hold a trlduum of associations. It will give now expressly recognizes
'work of Sisters in nine' state have held the office them new support and new
a !solemn! prayer during<< the no- smith's d..hl'lor responxlblllIv. -
area that Includes!! 17 hospitals up to now drive, he said CATHOLICS FLORIDA
vrna to the Immaculate Conception and that Insistence *n the
In her new post, she ,
57 schools!!, four homes says ending )December 7 Special problems will\ have evprfsilna of personality I issocial
(for the aged and two child. she will he "mindful of the NOW! A NONPROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERS
wishes of the Holy Father, so that the Catholic world will lo he taken care of br poutconciliar and cultural life can
care institutions conductedby be united in prayer at the conclusion decisions, regardingthe make! an effective. contribution
of the mind of the Church
members of !her community of the council lay apostoUte within the to the aposlolate.
of the workings: Vatican H, LOW BUDGET' HOSPITALand
She hopes!! to stress cooperation Although voting on the lay universal (hurth a* "writ as It also urges adults to leave

A 1111! graduate( of t h e' with other welfare agencies : apostolate document was not within! local churches he said nothing undone to establish a

alhnlle nlventity of Ameri\ so as to "best meet the completed on November 9, all
Bishop Hengsbach !said It dialogue with the younger
ca's school of social "work, for needs of the needful." evidence showed that the!
bad been suggested that thedoc'ument's generation: LIFE INSURANCES50
If! yeah she "was Miperlnten- more than :OlIO Bishops!! castIng title be changed Three documents are et- I
lent of M. James hlldren's Vietnamese aided ballots gave: full endorse
from The Apostolate of the petted to h* voted upon publicly

Home In Omaha, Nebraska by clothing collectionNH mcnt magna to carta the for councils the layman's new l-aity, to The Participationof 1 and promulgated In a
While there she anticipated the Lady in the Mission ntthl' public session scheduled forNovember
active in spreadIng
: :MIIIORI, New Jersey participation ('hurchThe ." 1(.

Chaplain stresses (NO) .-- With the roopl'ra. world.the Compel in today's change: was apparently They are the ones on revela. A WICK for I cost *s low is $2.05 per month f"di"l upon

lion of Catholic Relief 1i1'1"'Irl'sNatlon" < lion (which has already been while for covered accident! ikl\"L
virtue of patriotism suggested to avoid the term age, hospitalized' any er
Catholic Welfare Council Fathers also heard because passed by council Fathers In
"lay apostolate"
Conference, 92 boxes of
reports by the prelate In a preliminary vote by secret
to Its awkwardness
Carolina (NC) A Catholic winter clothing will soon be charge of matters concerning many, However object Bishop Ilengs- ballot, on religious" liberty $1 io"of A WU: '*' | rate as Ie', *, $3 W per moth depend "g upon
naval has said that
chaplain their
on way to mountain regions Indulgences, the Grand: Penitentiary bach said, the commission de. and on the apostolate of the age wt'' t c */eijfof. any Covered ""'dentof ncknest.
"one of the evils of our day Is of Met Nam,
Fernanda Cardinal la,ity.
tided to retain the former flsM
the. tendency to discredit! pa. More than :101M< ) pounds nf
The other three which are
(enlo. and II111.* assistant title because it has! become
triolism and represent it asa clothing for Viet Nam werecollected :Monsignor: dlnvannl; Stun, an almost consecrated t tentatively t I scheduled for 5150 A WCCK 'or a cost as low as $5 00 month. depending upon
vice."almost in plate of avirtue In a recent community on the Pope's proposals l toOtrrtHnn in the terminology of the formal voting and promulgation age, where nospitatif foe '*? covered accident\ Of i wide drive! here. Fuur
Rear Admiral J council on December 7 are those tS_ h" LNar4In, w..M $HW, spar*'...++.
Henry boxes
were sent out by pal'.t'lpost
the Church in the modern
Fotrige was the principal but shipping costs wereso CItttiti CI."? Attempts have been made c-n and CHOOSE YOU OWN DOCTOfti' yM Mr"'s s"4I"1'" hr'..wn r a.+ _
world the
1 speaker at a memorial field high residents mad.. a to (clarify the concept nf the on missions tan .......rrt 0erwlre'1 "'. III' a lilt N tM r''M ...... .MWrr. are a 4w
the Priesthood.
I Mass at the Marine Corps He- personal appeal to President EVER SEE A MOTH lAM? Christian's mission in the on .Merlin/ ,vet rin.M .

emit Depot here commemorating Lyndon R. Johnson. world without reverting to a ININNNNN.NNnNNNNSubscribe C SELECT ANY LAWFULLY JasSw orsrs ...,."'" e. k14'g aras

the 190th anniversaryef He turned the matter over terminology which speaks of OPERATED HOSPITALIM M tut...-t *t MVWt prs.14'n e se

the Marine Corps to the Defense. Department, the apobtolate In the proper. nowNa11NNNNNNNNNeNN tern." fit< It" II M'ne tW.|''tw* t. It led.rrtKxeeeel

"Patriotism does not labelMself which enlisted the aid of sense or in the improper sense APPLICATION ACES ,.. .......,... ..., see m M e'enM
enlte -If ...... tll'h,' TJ r ee.t it tit \ICW" w M'rr" M ,...$. Woof.. "a.aySi. "
Admiral Ilolrige! said. US-NCWC. the US. Catho- D__ Mr.N" wan If If' nerve as .sera. .**" _.. "..._ cr enon.
"IJke! true piety, it reveals it. lie overseas relief agency\ ORLANDO WINTER PARK .l5wN 5gssen ""...,. M I tfMfM (I .......-, t'- r'e' w ./....'..
..11111 'works" not In words; in residents inaugurated t the h'e're, t+e s N ante ,___, tI .... "'III :C .... '" r a sus re.l'trn '.
deeds PAYS IN'" e...., pr.a ewer .' N qwt
not in loud declarationsIt drive after receiving an appeal /sI ADDITION TO... .
m.oose .ee .rM'narl.1
has revealed itself in the from lit L(. Tony Par, IO C e a. "'o" ewes, tr r"/ *"n r fr'P at C.'I.M r$.__ "", S'5. ....... r..e........
lives and deeds of the men In mmg, a New Milford resident _r lit. ., """, ce-"t" sews IN er"re 't"IItt. r/ ...nMM

whom\ we pay tribute today nerving in \Irt Nam\ I i' !! '] -,.. pea 'III rrrt W..If M annr L' .se MhIp. \ .....M ,.',.. t'" .'*rt rt n>t tr
j' tuterr'r.'M Ml SS 'wnw. n n NN / *acre t*.. t rt ** 55.1 1 'sKI n'5..
1 as. tr'wec aaaKs q /e'M're a.r.weeIsse resI. wCuaan rr'w'N r .' I N 'r
so \\lit 114\,....SI5i' Ctllltloc aerv NIvueal ere ..e oW nn,. a'a..e. term .N MI a" ,PI
SCHOOLSAcademy '. 11 N'e e.eahh ova './'Nea'r
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Of The Holy Names VMI probably haven't If <> .Mir ARE L1I toll "I\t.k'''I' "dlrto' Ir 'n .t rt sIe4. N (......u ter..

closets I contain clothing! v>ti WARM FRIENDS"TAMPA -.......-.---...-. 'REEl NO OBLIGATION .-........-....-
Rttident end day school for girls. Grade one to twelve. Fuly no longer consider It)luh or

iccrtdittd. Pregrtm includes: college prp"r.toey and CJr.1 l lceunet our children have outgrown CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION OF FORESTERS

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needy' by gathering up those "UIf""", 1'ee tacit '* t.1trs'rce P a"sNCa. "'aKs' F.C It/11
garments and donating themto

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