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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 26, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Catholic"or. close of Vatican Council



VATICAN nn' (NC) tecost, May :?9, 1P66 On designated the jubilee and leant in 1967 ma short have been made for the

Top Paul VI his declareda the day at the end of last made these other announce ime a new statute will be initiation of the canonical

jubilee for the entire week when he promulgatedthe menu: published t to legislate for process of beatification of
VII, No. 4 Orlando, Honda, Friday, November Sfi, 19ftX lib Church Yom the closing of Constitution on Divine The Synod of Bishopswill ( the prm ipal sacred' congregalion Popcfl Pius XII and John

the Second Vatican Councilon Revelation and the Decreeon meet for the first that of the llotv \\1IIThe.

"""" \""\'" \\"\\"\\""'"''''''''\\\\\""'"'''''"'' December 8 to next Pen the Lay Apostolate he time either next year or at Office and arrangement Holy( Father also announced .
his intention to

Consultors' telegramto build a church In honor of
-. the council "In Rome in a

I ,' )location dictated by pastoral
Holy Father I lilt' I" needs," It will be dedicated
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\ Mary
At the conclusion of the diocesan t"IInsllltl.lrl' Ostia meet '/" ,\r: ::(it' r\{': t;: ::' tti'I; tt f\:\ ; :; :; : \ : :. : ;;< "\ I, Mother of the Church the

leg the following telegram was sent to His Holiness, Pop ':. '::0" :. ,1" .: "' '> :Jfth', <"';i. ;: >tI1 ,1" :::1 :f1 'iit.\\/\'I: \ ;,. / \ ;";'":: "; "",\, ,': !J" '' 'i'" title Pope( raul gave her .t

Paul M k"I: ( I iMYlt l ,.,,,'::1 ', ',Jl { I f'\ti\ ;; lit: : MX1( :;. ,'f ;;;i:: ,, ; '::: '.: : .fI ';;" "':,I'' ;J,,{, ; the end of the councils

Host Holy Father: rf ; < ;: 7" '" third session in 1M1 Hispccth

? was delivered on
Archbishop Hurley and the Consultora of the Diocese 1 ; .8 November IS
of St Augustine, Florida, on the 400th anniversary of the .. :, '\\ ; : .: !i"\.I'" ; '' ," The railed the eon
/ .' Pope
founding of the 't. 'fI\\\'if1"I/:,J", ',' I I' ,;,'> I ., .
city of St Augustine and on the occasion ;1\:1.\: :';0' ., ) ; 'I I'W', }{, ; ,, rliiMrm of the council ''a he.
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of ,' I 1 < '' '
a special Consultors' meeting at Ortia during the final "nn', I '. ". ,:\,,"j., ginning: for many project,
nension of the Second Vatican Council offer affectionate "" 'Including\ the establishment
and filial loyalty to Your Holiness with the assurance of orfianltatlnnt to collaborate

that we will do all in our power to carry out the directives Kith him In 'lalngdcwn

of the Council and the Instructions contained In your recent the norms desired '*by
exhortation. Ire, de ree< of the couni II
II* UHf he would prweedai

Signed: Archbishop Joseph( P Hurley, MonalgnorIrvine ; soon ai possible to set up

Nugent: Monsignor illiam J. Mullally, Monsignor sib organisations "since we

Patrick E. Nolan Monsignor Charles L. Elslander, ).((In- _. ... "" ", are resolved to put Into deliberations
evecutlon the holy
signor! John J. Mullins James J. Meehan speedy
Monsignor Monmgnor Diocesan consultors in Rome ot this ecumenical<<
Patrick J. Donohoe. Monsignor Harold F Jordan, a>'nod."

Consignor John F. Scully Monsignor George W. Cum. Archbishop Joseph P Hurley railed a signor Patrick J Donohoe, Monsignor William (her Psge were in Home when the consultori IU recalled he had already

rmngs, Father \\', Thomas Larkin and Father David r. meeting of the consult ors in Rome In mid J, Mullally PA, Archbishop Hurley, arrived Not pictured are Monsignor James created' three such organliatloni

November Pictured wit h him on the evening Monslgpor Charles L FUlandor, Monaignnr J, Merhan, Monsignor Patrick J. Trainor and I \ on the liturgy. nn the

._ NNNNNNNNN NNNNNN most of them armed in Rome are, from left,, John J. Mullms, Monsignor George \\', Cummings Monsignor John V, Scully, who arrived later communications revision/ of anon media law and on

Page.U.S. Father \\'. Thomas I
Nugent, Monaignor Pal';rick E. Nolan, Mona then David P, Page Father Larkin and la- In Ostla Christian Unity, for Non

Bishopsat hrlstlan and Non Believers

DiocesanAN

unprecedented and 1111 << of the exmdatirait suit the Dlncrse at SI, Auus- di audience : meeting of the Council. and aim, to mark the line, the mnciliar decrees and pie |mM ,ed by time rnun
Board of Tonteiteri of t h directives. ell, Ihe Pope ..Id. will lake
e Wth anniversary of the Mart ,the eon ii1i! ..r. left Among (those who also ad
r> of St took lather W Thorns i larklnpiesident lime
1CK't'1It Augustine founding of St. Augustine the ('sty of Rome for (Htw, dressed| the Hoard of (' nllu1,
IU lather Jobs r. Donnelly of the Thu.ologk'alinstitute
place at Oitia IS miles from
assembled at Run' Inra were MflniMlnllr Patrick "'In ," be salt
> ATIC,\V (ITYC American 1 efforts t"'lIllton' they f\IIftiII of the Diocese any ease
) the Rome The I
episcopal city of on SundayNovember special
Nolan l V h. the "'
F .
div with Archbishop Hurleyin on plea e d leading to a new life in the Church 1"f'relrfl'd here last M. Archbishop meeting wai railed U drvltemeiM spoke( of his extensive. dtucus" the '
of
st. Peter fcju re, listened progress quartrlcenten lark of fidelity to the proposals
Friday in a papal audience with Bishops of the United' Joseph r Murlrv) had invited. 'by whlrh the directives 1 10. brief enhertalMin' by rope) sunny" with' the' various "JM'I't. mat buiMmga (in St Auius which we. are gntng to
the ("MUIII' of hit Dtoceio .I r \ilka emiell II tl and theologians In Rome
might
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States and Canada,
"I'sulVI, recited, with him the tine; Monsignor! Irvine Nu annmmce If these and otherdevelopmcott
Pope Paul VI asked the Bishops to work together with to Rome for the solemn cloaUnderstand "brit be Implemented' IhrvngH" I Asaehis. and twelve! his and regarding activities the if posulble the! Theo gent on the financial cnndl of the central

him that the epmttolir blessing, lion nf the SL Augustine foundation Church
so. 'good principles of the Second! \ atUanunincii gical Institute' otfkes ot governmenttake
nay be -put into for The foliots\ were I the eonjmltori ; Mtmslgncir Harold V. place with, reasonable
practical effect" to national Bishops' confe' pray present for the OstlastnttMt He emph slrd thai t" e Jordan, on plans of the 1)ia gradualness and t if they are
pans IMIH aB ever the wad .... '" : Montlgnnf IrwneNufent The. >I llral<< .ln.!lluie. eimprls.ed Pen far the faliare use of radw 10 studied, and carried out ast
Tnii will be so if yet and. in the final seeks before the C ordinal asks than I1or: Moa.tg' ef war awn itlncesaa and ,television media as t fit avoid the encumbrances nfburMticraey
your Priests lead the car byhftHnesi "' esoscil cU.t. II* tfxike to migrants, : nor W:lHam J Mullally P A Crlrsti will be ,the eh I 1stlr part of the teat'king .|..uli>- and u.leuE
and |e dne.l if We, the gossip in Knillih: I j sod \. t' : "'ctlt.111ICIt Pslrk t: *< hint ,Is sir am III bvwhleh late.' ; awl Father David PI'afe nanelal buruVns
I he Italy Father uM! and ifyeu rrecli becMee 0( UM ....*.. \\TK\N ('IT)' ( Mfalonkn I([') --- Carlo Cardinal CM Nelaa. VP. ; Monsignor the rp'rliil drrrees fallraii who ijwka on The >hwl "Me lo not want M form anew
give the example M a .-. el" KrertMffaW Ca- has ashed pwhnfs. of rmmtriea with' a rrwjnr", lit Charles" L. Islander:, \ tMMslgnor ; \ toumll II ,,11hf'\ ap da laihwlle MIIIer. and artificial, III't.-hl.,
close unity in brotherly kneand a.draaa. flux (II f Immigrant to .lamer t into the Mass al the Prayer John J Mulllni. rat rootrnlralmn; hut we

mutual assistance In this' TIlt auuionnee I..k Uw pineof of the Faithful an invoea \' t MeesigiNtr James J. cavil to In'llltho ep! "'opate"
w '\'. the result of \tits raMWil IWU1tIt1 ... theparticipaMM Badnwbtae Ostia holds Augustinian momorios
Mesas' Patrirk
a meetteg ef UM Amerttan. tine for immigrants ; Moasfenor In the tank of applng co>'
will trulv be a new birth $ .
anew
lie 1 in the Church "' Bishop whets Iced .bee. la enter to dessenstreJe. J. Itnnohoe: Monsl| wr Harold Py rather HaId I I' l'ae of paganism. ant, be \baptise. rlllar regulation. "
whe'daisd for tke lame eve mere clearly UIat U e Chords "Fsr la the rurharUllerrlrtinlU : F Jordan; Mrmdgarrt John Into the thurrh' Ile|| declared, 'that the "re.,
"Thr memory It dill Inch. Mini at the fUwl M e *t UM U for all those who. believe MCkrtst all I I differences K Xrully awl, MonsignnrOorfe Mia. the seen of the din. While walling at Oitla for I ly rerognised power of I'pl'I"/to
.Is Mir mind and .heart. be week The Btohoy e.nd.ehd al foltew Him, M arc eierrtme by laHk' and W CummlnfsArrhbuhofi r..." (onsulton meeting in a ship to return to Aires a, !HIMonica pal rnnferemea/ an Important
said "., war vlill I. ;N.rtkmrrlcs the SMMMl l .bmisisia .t their said. Hurley spoke In Mid Nevvmber" was, In IN had a fn rnHinltion i>( f.If' in the organic
.\ |bee wllhcttt IIrslrKtloo1 *ft Ue Hoard W (mwsUera, m "
U fnr
appeal of law
peacebetore cwrfereere aN Hi werHMIs4e 'Me would Ue .. ..te d.. ef flour her death Within f few days growth canon
representatives ef the sffe ., cult aalnrsl bond Ms the MiUI.e4iing achtevrnwula' the 'fwjr a ot the Church'spresent
at tke North Americas she lever acid caught
t'aned'atl.as" c.u... in Rente that .N_ e..f.rwnenla the nlrary," the ( animal of Vatican' CWm-U II end. the vdg city and) the famous a central admlnlitra
ewMtflta where the rRemeaaa **- said. ".It lnevrfMrales, ,lIrl'I apart M Rom Helene she dllI. lh. plrid lion known as the Romanurla
Once mer we eipenearedat ( ..iriry U the haul! ri ., mtfratlMwbetlier a and rnftrms all authentic ed with bar sane not U lake aatd'If '
first hand tilt 'filial love, Urn, the. t'.L nutwpi ttt .Mlelraie ....-. tomswaryr slurs' Women It was la ibis ancient ell, her body bar.I I ,.... but" 1 ( he
the firm faith and aeeeras a H" public stab Iwmwn.M-Ms"' take e. prepare that SI. .blllatllt, the pstrMsalnl I le bury II an,*hrre, breams Ike Catholic Ckurrh
hMpUaMy of yeur prflr. worst 'ram Ue nU'1 this naee/ua i. duaendsn shadythe "la this cay. Ike IMurglcaltummsssuraUM .f cur IHorrte, wltnrsi n..krre Is ,Sac him (...d." 'rinds herself |*day la the
"W thank yew for ceusng je ', pnasibilily. s.. spyaitePi .. e/ brother for convontion stale *f writ\ bring 'la shirts
.
In' ml us before retiinatatg. to nose of" l *eilm( uto the ...*."...s tends. the faithfulto rd the drain f his brlntrdmmlkrr J Her itwurnlBg' son speakIng ky (lied' grace w. ran see
\nur dwceees after the COMril hell ............ In Die pal t Prayer of the aittful .t It.. amore pretend concept in St. Augustino SI Munlra near at her fUMial amid .ifaaybftlr her I. hr, she asps II la foodmramre
Mr mud all work tefether has beta tmfmdaM pr.. Offertory ef the Holy MaN asasyrofnate e/ the pMt the.M ef Chits the and a( the ,fourth erntury feuds It a M that. I I to the srnlrrs at,
In order that the fend srincipies __........ en .netlsas&. Nk. rememhraace e( time preacMM tke wilverialftteertiMd weep lee nty ......hll'lOW this 'InduilrlnNS and fsllkfiilIntlramrnl l
XT Al (ColIIT"! : r.thoo .
The rMth,, s lifelwig! stab.
once approved a4. premulgated fir ose plea .rtnlar Miner lirmifraMi irf differ eT CM and the dead lirfore my sight. who .l the a""II.lle"
may U past ie4eprsrtiral to lh e AerkM ..... (KficuU eM Khe. ( and >'uii i'.' angina lete sd breOirrhoed ., men lie "ofm n In the OMwee wilt however, had hem fulfilled wept for me tor so "ma yyeert etfke"'
effect amid .M WM decided IM( retMIx .n the r 1.1..,rteaTh Hi Chris H will also serve to lather In the historic' city ef AuflustiiM bad Just been ba|>. list I might llv* In her
We pray for yo.. year to HM.. sods a sUliiie he- ,"% ..mmm"'if on fImmipMMf ......... in Hiem the need toaeeept M Avfuttme neat spring Iw 'lirwj 'by M A bree. gishop HIM Itt his.* suit lawfk at me, Mete thai It may Le p"isihle .
clergy' ad poor fatthful upMU r.... W the tmnlnHit cles_| which tiM its heathers fit other sa. their asmial r etfrttonTW of Milan basin bed: prrvipiiilv but rather let .MM weep. K hein. that "the tuna nrrdsJm
we inn obe abundant die ine! of the COIIIt 11! anter..4leflll In ancient' t.turI hoses will. understand,"t sod )left her sums: 1/ *..'I Iii' good chaiii 'IT my ,"uvmg, he .1!>o p sent.
graces and favor and wail:! I I'' aye de> Jrd %.. .e",tierUtoarf ,, t: '.,', whr'e f pet, and f" d," over the wider, d 'r-f. hash aamul, merlin( .f Aliisandn.' '"I"'tug. !' i" .. out that the ghrr a man. a
i 'om a bear %4 w'+9 t ale .. ..",J "le "f.* ?tt i 1'e ..e .1 ?''ttr: aMtt uner' pa: .Ar 'v- the hi ,*it<<.''ll' ir Dtnrriiit br a' .e she was drer'd lire l1, van f, "! bitted/ offue and de' greeter t the d*,
.* .. -, !'t hr ,- h' ,, i t. M! ',t AWN In man/1 his task Impnirt en
na aloe! i we art 1" M f I J. v P, 'l w ca'! J ai t ( ''1111) .f ( alh.I lle Names c.ff s a .
i- i* f Lai :he fad i I'' a t was latrladen III his moral Integrity. and Chris
epnj' iT \ i t 4 f' 1 '1' ) lrst 3 'ep-1 sill t W hind f"lII,11| II I. .r'l .
e a .d.i".: 'e war c:>e of a r a :>ll.l:1: : 1r: I :* a "ea .r.1t ct. ::3tr. : ;: A '1 I1* .- J.' t de:: "e ar.1: oit: ra' -" I' :, a-d fe entt'd! In thet tan hr.me a. flu: nre rnanl"
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Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, November, 2(5,1963

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W.T.Cosgraveis Catkoltc Florida ReportsClearwater
THERe> Is a Chinese

mourned by Irish tL I believe, which

Daytona Beach DeLandST. goes something like this: "I t t, Jamtt J.

DrBLlS'C( ) Several PETER s ; was unhappy because I had McAuliffeDioceses
ST. PAUL
hundred persons attended the ST.St.CECELIA Cecelia Women's Club Medicare and changes In Father Patrick J. Malone no shoes until feet.I "met The a same man

requiem Mass for William T. held their meeting on November the social security laws were pastor, thanked all the parishioners who had is no often stated more

Cosgrav. 85, former president 18 in the new club room explained by Mel! Eadie distract who worked so hard on thought ai "count yourblessings. PnsldentILS

of the executive councilof at the achool cafetorium Father director of the Social Security the fall festival making the : succinctly ." Thanksgiving ..

the Irish Free State, at his John O'Flaherty parish office, ta members of success that is was. A special j t j should certainly be the great:

parish church of Our Lady of Priest, spoke briefly about St. Paul parish Women'lClub thank you wag extended to American holiday It is for
the Visitation flathfarnham. the St. Vincent de Paul Society during a recent meetIng Jerry Wosensk and Joseph God has blessed us most cu..lon, and reports or cold
in the !Mural Room Daytona Lelbold chairman and
just established in Clear- cochairman cuts and Coke.If .
President Eamon d. Val- water. Beach Federal Savingsand respectively, and abundantly.And

era, Premier Sean Lemass Mrs. Anthony Imhoff reported Loan Association. A ques- ta the professional clown 1 we American Catholics you want attendance at

and government ministers attended that 89 hours of volunteer tion and answer period follow Jack Dillon and his two assist 0 have the greatest gift of all- meetings and a more active

the stale funeral on service have been given ed ants. Alto the Clyde Realty our Faith. membership you need planning ...
November 11 for Mr. Cos- to Morton Plant Hospital It was announced that the Circus was thanked for the and work by the executive -
grave Memorial services I since last March. annual Christmas Bazaar use of the tent and the workers Living In the prosperity of board.

were also held in the Irish Plans were made for a will be held on December 13, who put !It up and took it our time it apt to make us one said ef
of As someone
parliament for the former Christmas card party to beheld H and 4 from 9 a.m. to I down, overlook the vast amount
leader of the House on December 14 at the p m. There will b* a Christmas The Sacred Heart Clrcl ii poverty and suffering that genius successful meetingsare
party for members and going to have a Christmas ba Volunteer exists all over the world. The 10 per cent Inspirationand
Memorial Civic Center recognized
epossored
Mr Coigrave was a pioneerIn Circle 6. guests on December 28, liar in the parish hall on December poorest of us are rich in comparison 90 per cent perapir.tlon.Th. ,
the Sinn Fein movement by and must do what we essentials are planning
In the uprising of 1916 ha wasone MaitlandST. OUR LADY OF LOURDES 1) Thar will be Father William 0. Carry, ptator recognized can to help those less fortu high quality material, and
of those defending; theFouib St. Cecilia Circle of Our many beautiful handmade anUclee the many hours Mn. Richard Deuerllng. center nate. Christ has not only timing-start on time end ca
MARY MAGDALENThe of Lourdes Women's for gala ai well as other tau given to the of 8t John .
Dublin Union garrison; Lady nursery Vianney promised to reward our time and keep moving b
gainst the British. St. Miry Magdalen Club will sponsor a Christmas JUms. Church la Orlando. The 8t John Vianney atatu charity-He has commanded Ueen. The best test of your

Later he was taken prisoner Altar Society will sponsor a bazaar on Sunday DecemberS St.a Monica bike sale Circle la the will parish sponsor wu presented to Mrs. Deuerlinr by the pariahWoman's it. Most of us could do much meeting is do the members

and was sentenced to death. special Christmas party 1.30 Tues to from B a.m. to 2 p.m. in the hall on the first Sunday In DC Club president, Ura. Gerald Fuaaell, left. more thin we do. l look forward to the meeting
day, December 7, from : Lourdes Room of Our Ladyof
commutedto thankful for they performing a
The sentence was We are also or are
camber after all the Masses.
4 In the school lunch
life Imprisonment, and p.m. Lourdes Church Their recent membership coffee ---- the success of our 37th Annual monthly duty? If It'i a duty,
Members of the
after the general amnesty room. parishare On isle will be handmade Jacksonville Loretto Convention last month and then the officers havta't don
invited to attend and yes held at the hem of
homemade
articles and
proclamation of June 17, 1917, toys, wish to express our deep appreciation theirs.
bring their friends. Mrs Donald Brandt at KepUrAcrti. SACRED HEART ST. JOSEPHTh
cof-
and cookies Frt
candy the of
fee was released. to the committees, As we begin season
The Womin'f Guild Christmas fet and buns will b* served The Women's Guild of Sacred Holy Name Society of and Advent let ui rememberthat
party will be held on December during the day. Members of St. Thertu Heart parish b. a r 4 St. arluh, Mandarin panelists, speakers everyone This preparing for the
*'e are
In the school. Circle will sponsor a holiday held who participated.
IS Judge John E. laatora Jr. recently a .attended
St. Petersburg Religious articles will be K.f CKnights dance at the Elks!: Club on December spsak on I Isle wtil-kaowa meetingat which time the marks the end of the first celebration of the birth of.

available in the school afterall of Columbus, Council 11 with N If m lit "youth Jury" which has following men were elected to year of our term and we are Christ Keep Christ In Christmas
November >422, Daytona Beach are Right's Orchestra for dane- thankful for the opportunities In our cards our gifts
the Masses beginning proven to be most successful office: Oscar Lett president;
the Priests In District had to visit with many societies and most of all in our cele
honoring ing. In e
and
BOWEN'S FUEL OIL 21 continuing dealing with young offend Louis Danes Jr., vlce-presl-
Standard Oil Product through December 19. B at a dinner which is All of these projects, are to ers. dent; Charles W Mudge, vice- your gracious hospitality brations.
held December and charitable comments
annually on assist with the parish building
Reservations for the NewYear's president; Kenneth !Rats
Use Your Credit Card Requiem Mass marls 1. It will be held at the Lions fund. about our column.
Eve dance may b* treasurer; and Arthur N. ST. AUGUSTINE
862-2450 Club on White Street in Daytona The most frequently noted
J. F. Kennedy's death Beach at 6 made by calling 771-6692. Sollee secretary, problems were attendance at
OR ?62JtALPINE p.m.
ROME (NC) Many Council Ed Carey will serve as Tampa Plan were discussed at a Mr. Lott Is plannlnf to have meetings and membership

Fathers and Americans in Master of Ceremrnles. Guest EPIPHANYThe meeting for the annual a breakfast after the o'clock( particularly of young men.
Rome attended a requiem speakers have been invited.All second annual Christ variety show scheduled for Mass en Holy Name Sundaysto PONTIAC

Mass on the second anniversary K of C membf and prospective mas festival of Epiphany of February 4 and I at the Fair b* followed by a short bust- Most societies successfully RAMBLER
of the death of United candidates are urgedto Our Lord parish will be heldon fax Theater All singers, dan rest muting on alternate conduct a number of projects
The all new Hurting Home States President John F, attend. December S from noon core, musicians magicians, Sundays and are a great help to their Banta Brothers

for the CT finest in Nursing Kennedy The evening Mass until dusk.A etc. are invited to show their pastors and that is the measure 1M IM NMCt
.
Home 8474S7J was held in the Clarctian DeBary chicken dinner will be talents. Rehearsals will begin Brandon of our north-not mere

HS& 2ltt Av. SouthSt. Church of the Immaculate ST. ANNA carved in conjunction' with the November 29 at 7.30: at the NATIVITYA numbers at meetings er OB

Heart of Mary during the dessert card party will festival beginning at nooa. Church Hall or thai inter Christmas bazaar and the rolls

r last recess of the Council be- ba held on December 9 at 1 Gift booths will b* plentifulas ested may call chairman, barbecue chicken dinner\ will Louis Fink pointed out In Prescriptionsfoxal

fore its closing. p.m., St. Ann social hall in well as games for the chil Mrs. Wilfred Magaan be sponsored by the Women's the Holy Name Journal in

DeBary. It will be sponsoredby dren. Santa Claus will visit 7714038. Club of the parish on December September that the primary

. HEARING AIDS St. Ann's Guild. Donation with the children. S, In the Church of the objectives of all by organizations Dnaltli

/.14981 is one dollar. CDAA meets Nativity parish social ball. are the greater glory of
Pope
The white elephant sale card party win be held God and self sancUfication Ikxa1llW1p
This ('..,.a 'ort" a/. .. e...
/ ..It l....... p.v.kiu.tELSWORTH held by the Guild was a big on December S at S p.m. at Titusville
success the parish ball of the Epiphany ,- objectives! Sick supplies
Pitinburj HIS "/.... a.... rk. ...-.... clergy once ST. TERESA room
' Gulfport of Our Lord, 3211 East The printing ef volume vocations, helping the poor, Rental and sale
.4645 9th Strut North HOLY NAME Hanna Avenue. ChairmanMrs. three of St. Teresa's Catholic spreading the Gospel aidingthe

Edouard C. Craig The Christmas bazaar of Janet Mouths announces in DachauVATICAN Woman's Club yearbook provides parish financially and V* 4-1"7 47 King Street
that the proceeds will be used me with an opportunityof many others. He sugfttted
the Holy Name parish Wo-
Contractor and Distributorfor for the children of the Christ that Holy Name men offer to
herein
men's Club will b* held on CITY (NC) expressing my deep
Saturday December 4, in the Child Center Pope Paul VI has declared thanks and gratitude for their help these groups and ui*
Viton Metal l, Ceramic Silos and Service
Plans have been completedby their help whenever possible
work for St. Teresa
4% end M.ui. Tiles social hall, U24 15th Avenue the educational chairman that he thinks of the horror splendid Of ,
art.h. These words course meetings are
are by
South from 10
Gul/port a m.
fl7-4th St. h. 147-4101 to 7 Mrs Mary Beth Dlerkcr and of the Dachau concentration Father B. O'Hare in his j necessary but they must b* CHEYROLETBUICKFort

p.m.Santa'* gift shop will\ b* tier committee Grand Regent camp of World War II without "messaf from our pastor." brief and Interesting. The

NEW CAR LOANS Name Church managed by Mrs. James Ellen Karich Mrs. Edward a feeling of condemnation, as contained In the yearbook. recommended order of business Marion
Holy .
... Flanagan and the white ele Conway and Mrs. Data Perez but with one of "immense pity This book was the projectof page 99 of the official
Ti II
Bill InlMIl I.' e
JACKSON'SSHOES phant booth by Mrs. Felix La to sponsor the creative for thou who suffered so Mis. Carl W. Pearson and Handbook has no place for Chevrolet Co.
'".. In4 W"lin NoiM poetry contest the old or new business It being
of her
Frambois. Needlework will much and for those who inflicted women committee
be in the handicraft booth The contest Is now underway such suffering" The Club held a meeting on Intended that committeestike .121 Set Mara A.vnve,
in 17 Catholic schools la November 10 In the meeting cue of all details and St. Aut'Jltill'
Bank managed by Mrs. W. Eschen-
The National DON BARDELLA bach and religious items at Tampa. There will b* a first Pop Paul told this t* a room of the sewlyeonstructed all decisions be mad at
second and third prize awarded group of N Priest and eight executive board VA Mm
UN TT,N sirt pl? ITIIIt the religious counter with second floor ef St. Teresa meetings.
Manager the Court for each of Bishops, led by Josef Cardinal -
by School. Father O'Hare spoketo You are competing for time
ritirilwi 441 Central Av liMHI Mrs. Lester Craft in charge BenD ef Prague wh had
For the children's three divisions. Award 'In. the women en the success with the billion dollar talent
enjoyment
Mrs. Bernard Moran nets will then enter the state been interned la Dacha during of the fair held last weekend.A of the entertainment and advertising
contest and from there the the war.Among CLEARWATERBetty
will have a well-stocked fishpond program was presented< world, and you can't
national CDA contest by Mrs. William Phillip en do It with long detailed dls-
Fowler & Inc. and the Cub Scouts a the nationalities represented
Payor, fun game, Mrs. J. Nelson at the papal audience the background and meaning

Urch will\ manage!: a surprise Orlando November 17 were Italians, of the Advent wrath ceremony no J. OrW Co. I"e.aOSARIES K. O'Brien
General Insurance pick and take booth. For the ST. JAMES Austrian, Germans, Belgians Pamphlets en the ceremony -

121 Ninth Strut, North '''.IU I Sf. P.tenburg enjoyment of all\, Mrs. Gerald The St. James Catholle Dutchmen Czedl .lo- wr distributed to the RELIGIOUS ARTICLES & Company

Klo.termllwlU have baked Women's Club will hold a vaklans, Poles and Luxemburgeri. women MM St. ... H. dream
goods in the sweet tooth booth. Christmas card party oa mi sue l* ...*.*< somas maw

1 Restaurateurs Pleasing Cooperation r and Mrs Anton Strls will Monday, December I, at 7.30 Pop Paul assured his visitors New Smyrna Beach sue,.. rtm ran I'KU .H SKIS

That's What It Tales } serve hamburgers and pizrain p.m. In the club room on Cath-' that he remembered ..th. SACRED HEART

ii* orr lid .*i lien. ran i ....55'... sum the kitchen booth. Chil cart Street. All are cordially tragic experiences of t bos There will b* many boothsto TW 0"*4.., Service Ff AI lawn A'd Garden /:
1 Itl ..r..... Y.. ...err dren's rides will\ b* located invited Mrs. S. H. LeUker, days" which the Prints before visit at the Sacred Heart Stipples
HOTEL CHINA AND"GLASSWARE col"V/T J JItRMtB in the parking lot. There Is C3 9909, or Mrs. W S. Smith, him! had shared Altar Society Christmas\ ba- SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY

we.ar W, e M. a..h.ui. n. DO admission and friends art 42MOM will take reserva "That remembrance Is free liar on December I, M and riRTILIZtRS, INSECTICIDES SEEDS I PlANTS

cordially Invited to attend. tions. from any feeling of condemnation 4 at the corner of Rush and GARDEN TOOU faU DELIVERY

J. Lit fated but not from immerse Canal StrecU. The Christmas /Pfcr 441-744 WI Drew Skeet

/. resident ComingDuplicate events pity for thou who sufferedso booth has all types of decorations
much and for those who for the holidays:

and party bridle 1. 3 to 7 pm.. Most Holy inflicted so much suffering there win be the handiworkand THE ORLANDO MARBLE CORP.

game, November 27, I p m., Redeemer social hall Jacksonville "t"d... the past etvtrieac, needlecraft booth and Alt.,.- Rats- Founts-Sta6.ne Ft.",
K ef C hell 5M' Commerce ; Catholic Youth Organization booths showing attic treas Marble! and Weed
and till very ethnical variety Finely H."dt rv.d St.....
erase e.r."s1 Drive. Largo; St. Patrick par sponsor .( year grwiv, eel lasplr oilythoughts tunes j jewelry, plants and a Res/e..bl.
/ xenon
graVbag. Th cake booth will\
ish Mothers' Club sponsor Bazaar December S. I 2162
a m. ef peace Pep Glilf-.y 11.4. O..r _
n, urUI'I' scare Card party December 1,1 to 2 p.m., Lourdes Room of Paul said.Their offer homemade pastries, Phene 726.3261CLARK'S
.. ... ..., .... cakes .
r1. .11. a "Ir., m., Billeslr Bluffs Tows and cook.iu.DELAND
p Our of Lourdes
em-.... f_ a..wl I...,.) .r e.A.i.I'. eaal Ie. hall St. Patrick Lady parish past suffering lit
Largo
,
; par.lsh Day tea a Beach; Women'sClub
Women's Guild sponsor sponsor, said should lead them to AREA

For Cithelcs Of Pin11as C unfy Christmas Bazaar December Festival, December I, noon "ever nor for generous the priestly ef GULF SERVICE
4,10 a m. to 7 p.m., Holy to dusk Epiphany of Our dedication good .
Name parish social( hall U24 souls and to uproot the germs HERCULES
Lord
parish Tampa; chicken I DREW
Calvary Cemetery 15th Avenue South Gullport.Women' ; dinner served starting at of division of pride and ef Nordmann Hardware rHONE 444.1719
Club sponsor, enmity; which if uncontrolled.caa .
EIIJ.w.4 Care Bazaar December I, 1 to noon only cause the sufferingsand Faking Tetkl RitVtred:

I p.m., Blessed Sacrament Forty Hours Devotions! St. sorrows of which you Spv4 "I 'Ht-loch"li'

U. S. 1 18 It 11th St. N.. Nine 124-4211 School, Seminole, Mothers Cecelia Church Clearwater wr the victims with many tel .", we Tvt H tUMVOLUSIA
Club beginning December I II U ether innocent people." e.m If 0.Y.. TAMPASARASOTABRADPMTOKl
Office Open 1-4 P.M. Defy I Sunday by appeintm.nt.nly' sponsor.Spaghetti :
dinner\ December pms evmlnf services ea December

I and I at I p 11I.1|
'"U"U"\\\\\""U\ '" solemn closing December T, INSURANCETHE MONUMENT INSURANCE. .

After Church Support A.at folreavy 11110111 Moailfiior will Thomas the CONRAD COMPANY 1402 COMPANY Nerds |.ul,".fdH fn A.te ? Ufe ......... M ,.,Nine.HENRi .
git*
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Your Parish mons. I II Wed N.* Yor\ AYlllIII !,Vy I 17-tJ D.Land ; :
Meet All Your Holy Name Society D.Lnd! PH..M 714-2272 M. J. 1.1d.-M. Owner a..oRRAN.OUVU-MONTEAU.
Card party, December (. Ftwo 1233 4WUM Unlee L.aTamp./'.,

_""""n" """"" 7.30 p.m., St. James ClubRoom .. ReMa
Friends At The Orlando; CatholleWomen's l l DeLand Memorial Gardens and Mausoleum

dub sponsor
L!! Park Lane F e rty Hours Devotions, "W>*r* Nifut's hasty Is Ef4'/ *d by N.m Ending; C*,.-

December I, I.IS am. opening 00 East 1II'ttr0r4 Avenue

,.. ....*. M rt (..... ; evening dlvotJ l\'. December Ph.e.734.4854 Delt-41
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MoRllai.syr Father and December henry J.I at LabeC 1.30 p SJ.m j lL't f
THE Gift SHOP
win giv the sermons. .
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A. h7W'-.... M.'"4 Christmas party, December Gn.Msg c.f'tIt. Handbag..u,..re.CMin..G4snen I t.r..e Scads If Stic RAW gAR
SHO'PIN CENTt. 7.1,30 to 4 St. 6Mr Paint;
CAFETERIA 011 ISrk ST. NO. Ut lid A... s., Ph. S424M1 Mafdalin school p m.hinchroom, Mary rV MM end AJ O****.* "Yw1 &es hP Reed S./eer.. M Tre1UL( 41J
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roundup Three The* Florida Catholic! Friday, November %6. 1965

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Four schemas to be promulgated Importance of Council



Ry lather Placid Jordan revised for the-last time also documents discussedVATICAN

VATICAN CITY ((1C) The tenth week of the Sto revealed that new spiritual

and Vatican CouncU'1 closing aesafon ended In high. Ipirits climate is asserting itself in OTC( ) The schema on the Church

after a stirring address by Pope Paul VI. the sweeping the Church in virtually every In the modem world has suffered in public opinion from
field of human
adoption of the crucial document on religious endeavor. an "overaccentuation of the particular points on war and

liberty. and the_ promulgation of the decree on divine War was frankly called a Darriageaccording to one of iU authors.
revelation! crime against God and man,
and the lay
lpo Bishop Marcos McGrath of dl
Santiago Veraguas
tolate. but dearly a ferment still Is and the right of conscientious

noticeable among them in regard objection was upheld In principle Panama a guest speaker last Friday at the U.S. Bishops'
With 12:! of the 16 leMma At the press panel saki equally
time the
to a number of issues, same this amended
will receive
on the council agenda now disposed although the final outcome Is right of self defense was not important items In schema
document for examination
oa
of, the assembly ad. no longer in doubt. That 1954, questioned, although without 13 have not been given December 2.

journed for 10 days to allow out of a total of 2216 Bishops involvement in mass retaliation enough attention.

committee work to complete their present, should have cast affirmative especially by nuclear "Among them are the general The practice In the present

on three documents votes on the religious weapons directions of the entire council has been to designate
which .
because: of amendment
liberty declaration showed those documents Fathers
offered A lew view also was de>eleped document placing the
on the floor,
this conclusively. consider most important as
Church in the stream of the
still must be redrafted on en marriage by recog-
The Church now is committed that loIs modern world and Its problems constitution
the Priesthood the missions fixing conjugal<<
and the Church in the modern, to the concept that man in essential not only for procreation Barry College founder and applying a Decrees are of lesser 1m
practicing his beliefs must
world. They will come up for but also as aa expression Christian vision to concrete portanca with reference to
external
final votes on November 30 enjoy Immunity from ef mutual affection. William of mal he la talk situations In a synthesis never the supreme teaching author!
coercion because of his very Monsignor Barry, pastor moment, above pictured before be
and on the second and fourth nature and as a civil! right Catholic married couples are St. Patrick parish Miami Beach, and ing to from the left Mrs, Denis V. accomplished ty of the Church, and so final
days of December being asked however, U fib- ly are declarations.It .
the religious liberty Togetherwith declaration It was a clear victory for the acne the traditln. teaching a founder of Barry College in Miami Renuart, Rev Mother Mary Onevleve said.The value el the documentfor has been pointed out eon

they will be promulgated position taken from the out. ef the Church en family planning. was present last week when the college O.P. and Sister Mary Dorothy O.P. furore generations .f the slstently throughout however
the
American
set by hierarchy
observed its 25th In infor
jubilee an
in that none of the documents
public session December in the best American tradition {Church Blshnp MeOrath

7 which will precede the but it was significant also Economic conditions In the said -Is. particularly ta Ha can be labeled as Infallible.

solemn closing on December that of almost 400 Italian world the schema said, diversity It Is a manifestation teachings of the Church. Experts

I. and 85 Spanish Bishops often should be improved by eliminating ObituaryMrs. from Sudan tell that the Church U this also point out regularlythat
Refugees the ef
significance
a
wrongly considered as hardcore disparities between the council has bees more universal -
The council thus It about document ta the practical life
hs. Its
richer and S. Houston repreeentation
conservatives a large poorer nations Joseph
to end its labors sucreskfully, of the Church la not
dec.e.sadly
number obviously had sided and an racial discrimination: then ever before
ti an atmosphere reflecting with the should be removed. J4CKSONMLLR Cl ti. how soldiers killed Priest decided by Its labeL

confidence In the C h Dr r h'. majority. tens of Duval County are Join. Past councils have been Bishop MeOrath revealedthat

future and with gratitude for No less remarkable during The drafting commission with the Mrs. KAMPALA representative largely of Pope Paul's speech ta
the week the overwhelm ing family of Uganda ()>C) Refugees still filtering
the guidance ef Mae I Providence were now win attempt to find a Nettie D. Houston in mourning out of the southern Sudan are telling stories here of either Europe or the Near and the United Nations (October
favorable
by which H has benefited Ingle votes regard. formula satisfactory to those her recent death Mrs. Middle East he said whereas 4)) has been formally Included
labor unions and the death and terrorism being spread! Christians by
leg right who feel communism shouldbe among
.. the of the
visibly IhroughouLArt'hbishop Houston widow of Joseph S. "preoccupations among the official documents
to strike, after the P r t.s t- expliclty condemned in the their Arabic-apeakin nil
Deng with him entire world are reflected In of the council and has bees
Houston was a life long a car, gave
Pericle, Felicl worker movement had already from the north
context of the schema's statement en "
member of Duval County, food and shelter and made this council. cited In the references of tott
the council's secretary general been endorsed The ballots on on atheism although it One such story has to do plans to send him to Khartoum When! preliminary. voting document.

told the Fathers they must the revised version of the mod already takes a strong stand Requiem Mass was offered with the death of Father for a rest ended on November 17, be

"hurry up"* with their work; ern world schema: now being against an political regimes by Father Donald L. Rhraultla Barnabus Deng a 30-year-old said the subcommtaslons continued

w hi..h oppress civil and r* the Churth the Asuump- Sudanese Priest who was shot Sit days before he was to meetings en various Students
i { br --\\n\\ ; leave for Khartoum on August present
ligtous tine here. Burial was In Oak- down by government soldierson phases of the document's subject

this unprecendented document lava Cemetery, a road outside the city of a, Father Deng went by matter The results of
JACKSONVILLETHE car to visit some friends InI'au. 'Wizard of Oz'TAMPA
last Wau last
at from
commit.tee
emerges August their work were then given to
Mrs. Houston was born In .
About 4 30 that after.norm
.
for final vote, it will Indeed The persecution of Father another snbeommlsslon
Mayport in 1889. She was the The Most RoyRedeemer
as he was returning to
to be what late In whilehe
Pope Deng began July
prove
charged with i coordinatingand
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Theatrical Guild
daughter
his truckload of soldiers -
car, a
FAMILY Paul called It in anticipation; was traveling by train from rewriting. PI shop Mc
P Daniels. will present "The Wltard ofOx"
down the road
[AI "a crowning effort of tit. big parish at Awell to Wau. came Grath la a member of this
Hartley Press PROTECTOR council" Survivors. Include five from Aweil, and on. of the Saturday November 27.

daughters Mrs. Henry I.Ilartley !Some soldiers aboard the soldiers recognized the Priest stibcommUslon.He at I p.m. at McKay Auditorium ,
1180 Katy Str..t 'Cell: J,liit. Nikes, Quite a few council Fathers Mrs. Dixon I. Red- trala stopped hIm, tied his The truck stopped. said the results were to Tampa.
M S .1 feel that a great deal of fur
I be submitted to a plenary
ditt Mrs. Herschel C Conner hand and Milt le kill
were
JacltonwIU
FU, 3S9-3770 .
_xsM.rnlbsMela.Mtre/q n then' study Is desirable to Under the direction af Sis
session' of the full mixed to""-
and Miss Patricia Houston, him when a companion Intervened There was an exchange (
come to around acceptable( all of Jacksonville, and Mrs and perinadrd the words, and Father tang was mission on November 23 with ter St. Mkhael SS.J. and
conclusions these and other Mrs Alice Olsen. huge east
on a
the hope that the text would
John K. Huff of Houston soldiers I. wait for trial.
JACKSOWY1U1HNESTThunderbird TRESCA vital Issues the schema is Texas, two sons, Maurice V.and a shot drad. be ready for the printers on will) sing, dance and act to the

THE FLORIST raising But It is granted also Floyd L. Houston, 34 Returning to his parish In The government said later November 2S. The Fathers magic ef "01." Leading role
that prolonged debate canserve will be played by Ana Clark.Mlcharl .
the first week of August,
4012 AtUrt( BouU.fd grandchildren and 12 great that the Priest was a "suspected" -
no purpose now that Father long was warned byfriends llorak. Brian Heats
; jtafAiiiAMt JtcttonviR, Florid grandchildren. sympathizer with the Cardinal upholds
date has and Peter
the council's closing Wild.
D&tait Phone JS'.|*02-JST-m; that the national police rebels and was shot trying to
Storing been set and preparationsmade Fr. Sharbelof were planning to arrest flee. They did not notify Itkah- parochial schools The play will culminate \
accordingly In aU like
STEAKS lihood. therefore, the three him On August I the police op Dud When he Inquired of COIXH1M1;, Germany (NO) weeks of training and r-
surrounded his house and
the police the following day Joseph Cardinal Frlngs of hearsala for the cut of I'.J.
SEAFOODS SAY IT WITHFlowers draft still In comlt-
proposals Lebanon to searched It. They found no he was told Father Deng was Cologne has Issued a pastoral The play should prove to be
will be without
lees
adopted
PRIME RIIS arms or propaganda that Indicated killed by soldiers. The Bishop letter urging parents to ....ndth.lr an excellent production.The .
when the
assembly
delay reconvenes
Father Drng was was led to an unmarked
to
children parochial ultimate result should!
after Thanksgivingweek be beatified helping the southern Sudanese grave by the aide of the road schools be an enjoyable evening for
Al,.d florist Of N.I. FU. rebels' Nit the Priest and his so shallow that hyenas had "More In recent
ProreHi
people a deserving cause.
has been
This certainly the
friends It time
busiest of the council four VATICAN CITY AD for him thought to the\ was dug up the corpse during the months have been opposingthe of the show will go to furni "V

obscure Lebanese hermit. night. denominational schools: log the sis additional clay >
sessions. For two weeks Father
E STeRLING'PHAR'MACY whose tomb has become an attraction wandered Deng The refugees arriving here which we got bark after the rooms, library and admin's'

Iihes the rartal fills la for thousands of pilgrims through the jungle tell one footnote to the story. nails took them" he wrote ration offices presently umUrconstruction.
the
ralnv hungry
NILMI ,"ICII"'" MSSNI December aa equally butycwvlrMrltlar since he died (7 years during, wet and cold season II.,went when Bishop Dud asked lor1:0Vfmmf'nt "Many people think wronglythat .
...| (MM ; (.a M* c-t 1q.MM.1w period "10 be will he hratuVd In ceremonies : protection for his In the age of the Second Tickets are available at the
...,.. ... .. ago first to the of
village KwaHt
Mho M .a"MI M u )
im sM..t tut.N't | it itw i.mDEIHL gin. highlighted' by the ape. at M Peter's basilicaDecember to his mother thento Priests, he was told by authorities Vatican! Council denominational box office of McKay Auditor!
MMN M hhwMa elal J jubilee year cetrhralloafor S, see ailing In Khartoum that they schools: are cut of am. Wolf Ilrotheri or Most

t limam/ /.awe. the entire Church proclaimed The beatification\ tie three Wall Kayango In all mission then of to did not need any protection date" Holy Redeemer SchooL
-- a journey
'by Ftp Paul days before the close of the
more than 1W( miles
ecumenical emwell Is experted -
Archbtihnp FeM remarkIng -
that the council Itself_ to give wrtneM to the unity ArrMng at Was, Father CATHOLICS or FLORIDANOW

would be having a vacation of Faitern and Western Chrie- Dreg g" a message t. HUHp -

until November :30. but that bans.Thnenasda 5 Iren.sa Dud, the vlrarapoclollr A NON-PROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERS
of that dl.lrlrt and
the council's cemmtMtonswould .f (brisllastfree at (IIIfo time the only Catholic
be hard at work I the Middle F.aM: 'learn
Itl.hop left la |h, southern
HOSPITAL
throughout, gave the schedule F:.rpe and e\ea free the part ..f the country, (ftlihap LOW BUDGET
for the remaining' week.hg
ilicvrolvtTWO tailed Males base )jnu,1'dte hid was later placed ender

aettkms and the dMtrtbv- the tenth. .1 rather MiarhrlMiklhMtf SWUM. arrest and. has since I left,
tuna of documents to be voted at the "'.II"..
,..
the .nlr7.The .) and LIFE INSURANCE
upon rile monastery at Ana)a, Ub-
(inly three or at the moot aiM>.. nifthop. met Father

four general meetiftft re
main. Yrdmg to the ached Father ViartUklhnnr! 'uu, """"UH' U.

was born between IKtt and

altOn November :30 the council tail at Be ua Kafra Lebanon, SubscribeNow

will vote on amendments to and was raised to be a step $5 0 MIle for aeost M hw M W.OS pa utonth dapeexjtnt passage

the muttons schema which herd and field laborer' At the wttlle hospitalized for any aoveeed<< ct eacav-Mt

&J will) have been dHtrrtwted to age of U be entered the monattery .

the Fathers at their rert- of M Macon. at Ana .uu 'U t 'U"U", 1

dames November :to During ta rtVtfprf the oiertions '"f 100 AWItKfastotlatbwstllSQpoarsrgnthdepaeidlsgsyat t !

the same assembly, amendments ... family' H* was erdMM-d HI;M.VfXHmw UIIIFLTiYWplMA' He, while totp'Ulued' tot any tvovweex} encoded or nchnaea.

FINE RESTAURANTS TO SERVE YOU to the schema on the ia July lW -

:171 AtC.fItic lI.d 1140 A W.t |ir j. priestly lift and nttatatry wffl After 17 years at tee nvm-
Father hMrbH Makl --- -- -- $ A WtK fors tot< be ditt/ifetfted.
artery .
nt-un 3S 4jj wAN M W .t. bbl,. I 5 0
J.c11.wJ., FU. On December 1 the council houf received permission to ,... _-**_* <.i aMa U SMI MM*IK*. -S), MM M*.- age, while pitali/e4 for any covered accident/ Of *xketiMfto .

.&It vote on the Utter document be a bermH. g.is. be41M. Is_SM5 M P..MI" ngrr/, "........
MIME' HI -STIAW-WSH SEAFOOD Mwas.es
and the vetmne of
Far the rest l ef kit life he CHOOSE TOUR OWN DOCTO'" gAMMehehMdswo.w" "'
Opt* 24 Hews Jtlf amendment I* the modem hoed al...e at a small .hermitage M m. it ni..in> e Is. ...',... D.1W PM.11 N'ItMIMe II 54 .* IM e'*f ...4.ni I MIIK* rips II Male..
.
world schema will be distributed f..... le the m....tery. If* I Muni.SUSflf .. H.*tlrni .14 p*a Irlsel NNe

Mp>ta.valet to the Fathers eX ea Christmas Lie; I+ve. .."' ... StlECT ANY lAWfUllY teed sv so.eses ira..iws. 1M..-.,", MWM
The schema on te. Church --I. fit HtwN OfCRATIO HOSPITAL .. .* *M4I.....1 fHuft (.see UMK s. se

tthe modem werld wffl be After Pus death, Father --no10a..ems- ,... .... II ably! q II rw MbgM. ..-.. a b N'C .

voted upon December 4 If the Sharbel Uaklkoufs. remaias --;;;:_........;;- APPLICATION ACft lZlpt10M. avsw", lvIMMS.ISMal.n'
voting if not completed that were found to .be .krrrwpLHis plan N.n5 w.r It151(5 Cl .e Ire w1N1. M $r* w .?* WOKI rev an..Melal
k day another! general meeting body Is venerated at the ion -... to Kbob. ,:: w MMM :: .yew :* .',sNSM iai4iM Mer*! "items';
.. ", *- .......... .......- tOnlry IN *......... .. til* ir a1...ln.fi.in ISM. *>t4T'''vf f A.'. I'i
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directives guide laity Mary's last known words: A particular judgment awaits us


I love Yea!" then I
.* made at the ;Novtaattr greateet part of the apottaUte of auritdaIIPH fey ttts world of Mrt God. amborne.
HISTORY 'Do tells SOME It matter little if there
IDMCIIIC of the Secawdatxan ta aJfma the right lAd daty ofpareaftt whatever He you'wedtftt come to u cad. What first mutt be a process of

\ Council when aa nunuattaleojncil aad gateau to educate iJaHiniat plan God may hare ta mnd cleansing to purify my IOu!
for the tint time voted ..1Cftft a a Ckrutia maaacr aad to defead the wedded feast wa ia
for ether plum in tk. aat- Father for union with the sll-bola]
0'- re dealing exclusively! wttk the *at. agatty of tae family To achieve tkeieasm 1 taO wtaf. The who was
verse we dO Mt ...... W God I am borne, that i* the
rt for Catbaue to ca- J.
i
:.:e. character and types of the dobee ofU accessory all ...e. Mary neatwaed it lace
T.MJ and their active role at theC operate with mea of good will ta eerie only knew that then will > important thing.
to her Son. to newer wa ? } Trellth hunger for Cod -ii''
Q My
'i-' tI\ mission of preachag Chnat ta tae preeerratata of these rights te cMlefiatabva come time when the bwaaarace
bleaker.... make all delay. painful but
even ... thai
aad male that
ofZYf ta me
a people! By aa o\erwnetnun vote governments Fraik J.Sheed will have ran Its course;
bar give dee attentea to the needs of the one He had grvea her ia it will be a joyful para i II;
> tZ, the Fathers gave approval
the a time when ties!! partmlar Immediately, at least
TtcaaXe when He cot
the wn
t', a 9M6ord decree oealan with tile family retardg hovaaig. edwatson
a;%'itoiate of the lady. of cfaMren workatg conditwa social se- tame: '"Woman what U that phase cf God'i erer-dl pUa / quickly I than know the

T>*n Pope PHI VI soeenwly approved curd and taxes; and that ta poI q dfft.I. to me and to the? Uy hew ban been completed. breathless ecstasy of Cod*

1 promulfatod the decree which i* ...* affecting migrant their right ta lee it not yet come." It sound When the world ends there! wfech: li embrace.
hilt a relit, but she dad lOt Baled reality U death discovers me void
'n ed" take It 10. a general JudgmentThi II of love for God then I haeeparated
.
f 'ur! actmty of laynea-not only theM
l.ft'luTI H aXe"ar "Why win be the second coming myself from God
w rung in profe onal fields but for aa AcknowIedgiBg the role that young people She had suggested a miracle But there li a positive side
should w* cones our'selves
of Lord Jems. Ht who forever There is no way of
Catholic wherever they are. tan and should have ia the lay apos- aid the knew she weald ?" MIl' te the ,\\dare.
Noting that ta the Oarcb there 1* a di- taste. the decree state 'they should become get it. She laW to the waiter: wa* maa' Redeemer a. w kindling that rpark of love beyond
without the word We also thai tee for the I have chosenfor
Even the
wffl be maa'i grave
t' ';.ty of misustry but a oee ea* of nua- the: first to carry oa the apostolat "Do whatever lie tD "." Judge.It
'
shield take it a3 the hidden element the awful knell.
hat follow Brit time
we myself
'
'i' the decree Nato that the !Uity de- directly with other young persons ccncentratug *ad that I ii the last word w* wm be Ills prerogative fac-
it a kind of bnub off tf'e which have been! fleas of an eternity without
r t the right and duty to the apostolate their apostolic effort within their .
ever hear fr m her. U .aiftbt U aa M.U whoever
had not proceeded to do ton ia our behavior. in the God and my self-love i* bitter .
their with the Had"trough
ft -n union CbrUt. ova circle according to the need of tfc* hue lived Ged't
baptism teta the Mystical Body social environment in which they Uve." It there must be a last .na. she wanted! for tile hamaa matter aitbconscMui Influence which in my mouth. I have chosen

I*d confirmation. It li stressed that the Ia social rtlatMcship Catholic laymen word, there could hardly be But bow could Re work a sod plaa the eoatribuUoa race the often have cered! our Jud- !hen.

(. .rch's mutton-the salvation of vents e*, bring the Influence of the teaching of a better. miracle Immediately after let menu aid have left 111 1 lest te
retlsuace which each el This I II a print remember
W'nat her Son aid to t h !having sad "}Iy hour 1 11 DOt ) aa free than w< thought! Some of
t in penal way ectrosted to the clergy' Christ to bear oa their snrroundaigi, kai ghea te that alaa. that hell IJ I sat a %ladictlve -
w V4 preach the word of Cod aid ..dmml.t 'especially by conforming their lives to waiter was that they shoeld yet coflae" our sin may allow up larger punishment Imposedby

sacraments. Yet, "there are bIo their faith to that they become the light take the aix atone water potataodng I* these wends I 11 the mystery The world' end and tke thaa _e had estimated them aa angry Cod.
hw
t :merab:. eppcrtnn.-tief open to the lady of the world a* wen as by practicing honesty ( near the door they of CI... accompanying general Judgment but other smi may up of

for) the exerciM: of their apostolate of ia a3 their dealings: so that trey would have contained something are event which to under the thadowleti light Hell Is the loveless state
over a hundred aid What did He mean by His most of U after-death/ ai much mere chosen (and it
asgellzatxia! and tanctiflcatioa. The attract an to the love of the true and the a*, are speculate freely can only
decree sayiWherever: good and finally to the Church and to fifty gallon fSD them with bow rather than practical interest excusable than we had sits be freely chosen) by the individual

there are people ta need of Christ water thaw a ftp from themand Once He has begun Hi pubk Of more immediate concern pected. himself. It i* not a

\-rA clothteg. booijjg.: medicine employ One section of the tJUi chapter rp<
r.Tt education, wherever men lack far :! declares! that "no project may dun steward who was simply one the time when He should die world will end for tu Individ- a special pronouncement (from accident or ia aa unguarded

;'"t Decenary for tiring a truly fcaman the name Catholic' tratot it tit obtained of the guests, circa the duty aid be glorified by Hi Bally at the: moment of a a r God to ten aa where the hal moment of eakness.

lie er are afflicted with seriou distress: the consent of lawful Church authority" of presiding over the ceiebra- Father That meaning would own death, and that the real Ute bet. We can read the There probably are many

.r neest or rifer erne er tmprisoomect. The document approve the cooperationof tenons sot nt here. Evidently He detenmoattto of our fate will Kale pUialy for owraelves. ,sinners whom w* humans

that Christian! charity should seek them Catholic with other Christians and The water was made Ill&. mean that the moment has be in our o'a particular judgment There art eery! t we reading\ would judge to be deservingof

trt lad! fad them conao'.e! them with eves non-Christiani ta tarsus temporal wice Tasting it, the presiding lit yet com to show hiss .. the Male. Death hat fund bell who nevertheless escape

grot oDritode and http them with appropriate matte: "By this dynamic and prudent guest called the bridegroom power to the eye of mea We do act know jut what me sod fewer fixed! me either that destiny because: of

relief Ibis obligation is imposed cooperation which i* of pedal taper. and! said to him "Every man Then two surprises: Mary form the particular judgmentwill attttade f lent toward ignorance, malformed personality .
.
la aa
above all: upon every prosperous Baton lance ta temporal activities tile laity bear at first sets forth good wine know that He wAl how tta'l take Many theologian led la attitude or some other cause
tr aa
aid person" witness to Christ the Saviour of the world aid! when men have weft : the sane: He does show it are of the! opinion that each of toward Him. which has lessened their personal '

Oa the pans* level the decree urge as well as to the unity of the human family > drunk then that which U all the same One minute Hi of a* will be ha own Judge rejection culpability. Beneath

that laymen become accustomed to workt.g worse, But you hare kept the hour had not come the next la the instant that we abed Either I have been cow nut. their lamentable behavior

together with their Priest*. "bringiEg The decree says that the "plaa for the good wire until now" it had. our moll: body. we alas shall ted, however" imperfectly, to God still may find some flicker

V the Church comrauaity their ova and spiritual life of the laity should take rt* Our Lord' words I hare Surely the Holy Spirit was shed an the limitation, a3! the doing of Cod will, or I of love for Himself If

the: world' problem at wen u quertionsf particular character from their married laid sounded like a refusal at work. We know that Jesus the handicap tinder which have repudiated Hi will in there i 11 anyone who loot for

f :-- g human safvstkw-an of which or family state or their singe: or widowed triply to for He not only went into the Desert to be our totelbgnce has labored. favor of my own Vnseheverhaa extenuating circumstance, Itt.rt'lnh'

they should examine and! resolve by de. tare, from their state of health and from gave two reasons why fie tempted by the Devil becausethe All the rationalization a a 4 been my choice' in bf.. I i* God.

1 lbr tirg! ta common" their professional and social Ictnit)'. should! take no action at al, HolY Ghost led Him HIf-d<
Bat the la.ty's cooperation ta Church They should not cease to develop earnest but He prefaced' them with the there Hi certainty that have glossed over our sins made my own ,..,* and I bell remains a reality for am -

eommtmit.ei. should not be limited only to ry te qualities and talent bestowed on word \lifllJlall. :\, one today His hour bad not yet com and abiolved ourselves of re. must live that future forever one who values himself above

the pansh. It should extend when eeces- them in accord with these condition of would address his mother or would have meant that the iponaibility. will evaporate.For If. in that moment .f ibno- God But it i I. rot to be feared

sary to the "mter-parocbial. mter-dioc hfe and they should make ale of the grfts! bar wi/e as Woman, save ta Holy Spirit had Dot yet told the first Ume stripped of tote truth wharfs fellow after b* anrwne who honestly can

run, na'jocal and tntematjonal 1 fleldi." which they have received from the IMy anger and she would retort Han that lie was to how Hi aU subterfuge, me shall Jet death I am able to uy, ")Iy say Uy Ctd; : do lone VoulQuttfion "

The decree sueues that today it 1 11 the Spvif.NCHC Newt Senke as angrily The word Womaa power publicly.
has become term of
a contempt
A.4 MW, ddealy, His

The -yardstick- One wonder why. The mother ask Him fee a miracle. bogBut

progress of civilization! perhaps I IQ.

I Certainly it was not M A* w* have seen the Wed doesn't scapular ?
In the time of Our Lord. It a save
Americans ,uphold! / religious liberty! was formal rater ceremoniil Dot the been Family strew.Nazareth: with miracle bad. you

perhaps, not for everydayuse the cousins who had lur Ikea win\ the eeatent time, lie would like to boIl -
R: Mijr i/e rge 'i. iiiggia of course that It was the oatngnisbed dom, that I belong to a country the Roman Emperor f'1It!! them clearly had no of the letter eeaaected with tF be has to recite I Hill i l

t r month Pope P.I.II1 American the- where the civil govern Augustus. officially addressed notion what power wa* 'ta Ike .".rlIt.. of oar Lady .1 Ia",'* once a day I told him

t I t a.1 formally promulgate login Father John Courtney meat holds ever us the aegis Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt; Him and took a lot of coavinotog > ratlma be revealed U t b epebue gait; Slaslgaer If ore wear the scapular ar
Murray S.J., who not only of it* protection without inter. is woman. I weald like aa k.... medal sad says S Had Mary'sb'.I
Je Council' Declaration on later that He wa be- 1, D.Coecay.
prepared the for the ta the exer eat aisver, tometklag Inert l\i\
'jut Freedom. During cay fermg legitimate vond the ordinary run of men* safeguard .la danger lid
declaration over the long eau of our sublime mission a* f er as H Is for ever roase- lhaa year "..",. kMwtCr a pledge of .Ih.11e.. Via-
II. yjrse of the past four Nazareth did lOt believe ta
ar this historic document haul by his brilliant rethink- ministers of the Gospel of crated by Our Lord's snood. Him wa indeed the only am I belag .. ey betaate ever die while wearlag Kip-
lie of k: idled to the ( rots.He I rariovs sad lateretted
the 2S Jews Christ. am
leg
during put year, star e: medal will
"i? (,h, like the Declarationon tows that wanted to kin Him. sever seeIle
her J.h Ur her
Non-Christian Religions. of the development of Catholic Far the great progress gave 51. Our Lady could have asked la the tatter Patina stay I eternal name of kill
doctrine oa religious freedom which the Church ta the United sea with the weeds "Hemai, tklak meet Catholics ....4-
End to overcome a number of Him to work a miraclethus ".lvl..... developed late A Let husband develop .
beheld .. your
but also ta the short States has made "under thy lag myself, are very tfisappeiated -
I ...
d.couraging obstacle and indeed pubucly only it the man tail U k /If this his ou private devotions
run, distinguished himself as Cod and the fostering care of a Hb the secrecy s.rrtnadiag -
teemed at time, to be The phrase "What 1 11 that command of the Holy Spmt U rrert. dnn try to impose on
the eoaleit of tilt your
the matter-draftsman of the Indebtedin
in serious danger of being the Holy See we are to me and to the*" i II an idiomatic Site asked Him as she was him
It I II not the who
final declaration Again thi no small degree" he \letter aot W .... we are aafahkfal A. The theory' of evolution person
Ih.lved-b1S been which had to take bid and the .
one Holy
frequently Spirit moved WI with
Is not to say that Father Murray added "to the civil bberty we or ....t trait, but we li a concept baric to aB bra << the scapular around
characterized by the press as it* bearing from the context Hun to do what she asked. his neck who the
at an American, had nit enjoy ta our enlightened republic feel the Chart It he ldlag lojual studies of the present escape
the coulK'll'0, 1 "Amenfall" in which it war spoken Butit Thus Mary, who by her obedience flame of hell but the
.'lau among the penti of !back tilt contests ler fear ofrrprliali day The argument la favor person
schema always! it seems, contests had brought her Son into who die with hi
other nations 1 IJ It when Cardinal Gibbons by critics. er matt of it are and soul filled
nor to say li 1887. many cogent.
This less element of We. lit obediencebrought
is a more or ie- some negation now by
with
Cod's love and
curate characterization up that he had anything like complete made this ,statement at its best, something like Him into public U*. *. ..... and hysteria ontrary argument hate M- grace.Q .

to a point There can be no control over the precise there were only 7} Bishops ia A IlonetUy. I don't know tie force. And there seems I to We ire wtaderiag ....t

doubt about the fact that. wording of the final text of the United State In 196%. the anrwer be DO sound reason to ezemptman's the word MKA which wa had

from the very outset of Vstlcm the document.Be when Vatican Council II Washington letterQuestions I doubt that matt Catholic body from the normal ** Me of Mr rkircke. We

Council II, the American that is It may we comeback opened there were approximately are interested enough m that processes' of vital growth aDd .looked K aa 'la Cilk.Me "l-lamet

Bishop were almost unanimously to the fact that the 254.Speaking. letter to be disappointed I mutation IInn-fr. man' rational but fl'' find k.

of the opinion that the American Bishops end a leid- as Cardinal Gibbon raised on public hope Catholic interest ha soul 1* specially created A. It I is awaUy preceded brthe
bad don ta bit In God'i image some
ing Americas theologian day, : meat
Council Imply had to com been aKtorbed in a thousand letters 1C XC ta ancient
made a decisive-perhaps the from experience -for -bar: h ure of Cod' personal inter
up with a forthright Declaration event of far
greater importance Creek inscription Tranacrib-
Religlou Freedom decisive contribution In Vatican there I I' no real substitute morality UN's actions ventmn i* needed to create anew .
en to the Church and the ed into English these lettersare
Council II to the all-Im under the sun-they were ta a person. And this wa a*
Their energetic upped if of favored position to convince world which have happened true for Adam a i It U for you Jieaou I 011+ ntatoS) Mv
portent cause religious
question of public mo rowed margin ever Opponents since a pious little nun' letter and book oa Christian signs aid:
the declaration w he.. at liberty, The reason for this 1 I. those of their confreres from THE me.
time*. II seemed be la serious ha beta raised were able to get the was supposed. to be opened symbol, says IC XC MKA
lands who have
not far to other might
seek.
Jeopardy I. a matter .f needed to be convinced that her In Interesting ways. from General Assembly to stand by the or MX years ago. N* Q. My a.,.ha.4 i. ,..I1ni,4 mean Jews Christ the Conqueror '

record and will andonbteilly. Clvea the klilery .f the the principle of religious free two divers sources and ia a mi decision that it would matter what was 'In it its importance te lilt tatk lie rrllfUi To me it see mi

be singled eat by future kit- I'nlled Stitet and mare sperlflcilly dom hch! derives from the two different connection require a two-thirds. vote to could Dot compare *m a yea tie aN W .MM mere beasts Jews Christ cmsuer -
admit Communist China with Pope Joke or Pope Paul. lib U IMW If ke hoe le wear lie
brims as their greitut our remarkably successful essential dignity of the human J. Edgar Hoover asked: "Is u the ricer over
Then when the vote taken -Kb the action of the IMy Mice scapular .r medal and
single contribution U the record la the area .f can be and hat been America at a nation bemg was m : death through ibis
overall success .f the C.... religious freedom, It war t* made person to work successfully\ in swept by in epidemic of spiritual on the question of letting Red Spirit ta the S< be China ta and putting !Nationalist Council or with\ religious liberty
ell. expected that (be Ameri-' malnutrition
practice to the benefit not
ria Blthaps, wild the la- China out. the result was ecmneniam. liturgical M. J. Murray
only of religion but of civil The Washington Post commented
On the other hand It mould dispensable istlstsaee .f a 47 to 47. a tie with :3)) countries renewal. roiVgiaLty. or any
be a serious mistake to think Father Mirray, coed take society as well.Perhap editorially on thequestion abstaining from voting one of a dote other nbjects
of Red
that the Americans won the the lead *a Ibis (flue la lilt a* ether gr*.a ofBi China to the United admitting!Nations. The Washington Post (aidthat studied and decreed by the Strange but

nene.wracking! battle for religion ('uncll. .h.p* la the f..I'O raM The said that until' 01.l''i "\\I the t'mledat aos world Buhopt in union with true
paper the Pope
freedom imglehandHy. hive made this effectively
point it ought to exclude nation
] The fact I I' that from the Their diMmguithed forerunner as the Amerkais. : decided: to divest its from membership any It ought to There I I' a aU hi Berlm. a C.pyrqkf. Ith$, NCWC Ne.i S ice

v try outset of the Council the the late' Cardinal' Gibbon action of all moral connotations exclude Communist China" war In Viet :.Nam famine ta

majority of the Father core of Baltimore, more than !Now that the Declaration on it wag difficult to see Asia, freedom ta .Africa and is tewM JyiNw O n[
Religious Freedom Is In the how admittance! of communist That gtverameat, the taper sq i DCAD
in favor of a strong dwlara- three-quarter of a century octal revetetMt la part ofAmenta r tv CWPIST ar a t
lion on this crucial issue ago speaking In the city of process of being adopted and China to ill company could said 'k II deaeaared every And you let the con raw ar.vrte.ioot"lI'

The record will also! show, Rome Itself, had publicly proclaimed promulgated I suppose at b* Justified. principle i*.. which" Ike tents of a good tea's pr.*'ate -a"1, Mn1.i"ts e wnvsnotM nog rY/ld

the American lent a few of, us Americans The director ., the federal I'aited Natfci rests correspondence absorb cur \ VAI'TrMrWMawwa

Chunh's enthusiastic commitment ought to pay a farewell.. visit Riireaa el livettlgilloa. said The editorial said there U mterett You !the ta a great

to the cause of re- to Cardinal GibUxis' titular ke lisped that kit t1Jar'lle.> "a question not related to age frt with if hush: wash

heF\orida\ r'lnut freedom, thumb In the Tri'levere to about tpirlluil
ardmal Gibh>ni, In taking thank Cod for the detention .la Ike lalWi could ke answered opea fr debate and on things first and then if thereis

puMessiun: of his titular i and for the courage and the In Ike aegative, !but that which there ia room for difference time left ever you maywomr

Catholic hur.'h In lit the 4th century viaioa abash enabled the Cardinal there are "daiger tlgat" that nit question it about the content of

Basilica of SI Maria In to anticipate \atiran other peopJe's mad
are "aU l.e clear\ sail, "u whether! any nation
Tristevere did discus Council H on the subject ofreligious
not ought to be excluded from a
Q.1 fretkmaa
e*._ *H<. ''. the liberty by more than "I fear he uid. that the am a la high
prinriplt of religious' freedom forum of world other
ne.dci1' eHIt, IN powers *ek"'*t. la o.r telr.ee flat
M SM MM MM is such. from the point 7i ears. He vas a great public: may be coming to acept < wise universal in trope eye toWw0
we were taught thai at a attaned
in MNN.W.N lirt tOMitl inn and of > tow of Catholic doctrine .'mrk.n" a great churrh- widef>re* He min- n" ft the greatest in *$ an unavoKUMe adjunct tour '. a+f u iti
....ri'tM N ell IN CMMI M N poke insteid-with the embraced the theory of universality If life i* gra4.*Dy, tamgidiffiewit eNpAe/rr Ov IaY
(.> Itfl INN IMMfM HNnt simple but forceful eloquent tk history of the United way of life as a matter of pebtKi A r "'rvws io gtr .r" Lenoiri
tSMMI\ .. e t .._ II INNN. for which he Stales "W ---- -- -
hat has
.. MNNN"bN Nd NI uIMMtNNli *t noted happened to rive realism by amendingthe
a1MNI. tMMM .... about the praUx *f religious \ pridC" he asked r. charter as aa acknowloJgment to tee hew ta advance

/NIIN l.t.d H NNIx4 N ....1,111.. INN NNI.INN4th NOW freedom n be knew II then rifklrtNis indignation* of the nrcvMrtirt of of that day or poor to N +ef A

IN III Niel .. ItE. and, I might add is u base "Tk g..etiU.a. 9.\" It Arguments tit r..rw us I for Me la a .nt.J w",rU. the Jcisluftl *- a !...(><.< alterat,.o U c aCtjaa :
rrw_n it state la the aJ U JUJ OiiD U.. .JaM'W '
otr > tlVftited rliua kj M.isliwr J. UC JUU4 W the tIN seemed to U based pwatri would trtd htsuk.t |.vir&o.&itf

MIN| t....i| IDtttMm f *tMMI "Fif myssU" hi ulJ. "*s ..awat IIL.I.U! ; kwwitblumiUI. Uf|.ly vpvft. the tan U bt .c 4 to the q...tx a U -U sapputt aiAUStwA '5'4isNO..ooN M ,, pawCN

HIM' ** t- a cltizea vf tt.. Lftit.J States, DlMit l 1...* .*U tkto *.i; up4| the Peking their physical control aver the U Cvnunuaitt Ctona The oaiIMMMd s.r eau Mrr Nn

Nrl I NxqoMx"II without closing mv eye to quftlUa (tlfked pleue), regime la feltowship because territories the*
,, I. t.e"wPrtdsy ..Ne.e.q
with a drop sense of .. !, na was awg.ul r.- be di." rated of III) j a._ 'l'ptf'I\HLlblt or immoral .. a.. ....
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November :C, 1003 pride and. gratitude rid In ii l".t! a-I i. .If.III' f |o the wridorganisation no atH..i of m" al n IIHtffil'tlt" .n t* b* kni out ., then -_ trot a.e-_ .-c.e..-r M'se,,ol_.w.lla4.. .
this great capital of Uir sten -- --------- but tj the aat The Post added that it U Lied Nah"iv /Nee 1 'OwtM N\.y cq a.ww w-ww. w MbM1( .



live The Florida Catholic Friday, November 26, ISrW
Spellman's report on historic Santa Fe trailFollowing -

ii The week in liturgyA
a digest of
missions served by r e .1.i the reference to the English soldiers I of the presidio coast and Interior. He report. laws and learning la sing
the article by the late dent friars and expended pirate raid that resulted in (town), who exploited their ed his findings in a remarkable Masses
Father Charles W. Spell- 11.000 pesos for the ameliora the building of the stone fort labor in the cultivation of letter to the Spanish brief look backward
man In the current \Issue of tion of the living conditions of at St Augustine The work their private gardens. Many Queen listing all of the missions AU of this came to an end ,
the Indians and their friars. began by the Spanish military of the Indians went hungry, of Tunucua. Apalacheand when Carolina's English Coy.
the Catholic Historical Review Father Spellman goes on to installation In 1672 was con. many had no clothing, and Guale with precise Orson James Moore descend. then forward resolutely!
quarterly publication say that the missions declined eluded In 1687 and named some died from the severity measurements of the distances ed on St. Augustine> in 1702

of the American Catholic after this episcopal\ visitationand Castillo de San Marcos The of their compulsory labor. between them. His account leaving all the coastal missions Ity Father Pasha Roland O.S.K.
that the end finally came impact on the Franciscan says Father Spellman, in ruins as he passed. In
Historical Association. at the hands of the English. missions Is described by Father OrdinationsBishop enables geographer: and 1704 he returned to Florida Sunday November 28

QEVENTEENTH century The Franciscan province Spellman as follows archaeologists to determinewith with 1500 Creek Indians and FIRST Sunday of Advent (Mass of Sunday, Creed
80 Carolina ruffians to destroy
kJ efforts of Catholics to embraced Florida Georgia Calderon's visit, already reasonable accuracy the the missionsin of Trinity.)
South Carolina and Cuba at Indians la great numbers mentioned was the general areas where the misslons remaining
evangelize the Indians in the time under study In a were Imported from the missions highlight of the "golden age," stood. Timucua and Apalache. Liturgically the first day of Advent Ii the first day of a
Florida and Georgia are detailed letter to the King of Spain in tt cut and haul the according to Father Spell- In the vast Interior westward new year in the spiritual sense. This is the time to take a good
in Father Spellman's 1646, the provincial asked building blocks of coquina man. The prelate from Cuba the Bishop told the British acts look backward and then to look forward to the spiritual goalsto
article The "Golden Age" of for missionaries In Florida. shellrock, st many Indians arrived at St. Augustine by Queen there were, heathen be achieved In life Business men balance their books at
the Florida Missions, 16321674. lie said the 43 working in the that three friars were required ship on August 23, 1(74. Indians "so savage and cruel Most of the settlements regular Intervals but It is the annual report that brings mote
Describing hardships field at that date were not tt take care of them.A that their! only concern U to were burned to the ground or focus the gains and losses. This report Indicates the excellent
The his he
undergone by the missionaries enough!: for the needs day after arrival assault villages, Christian and depopulated, the survivingfew things that were accomplished during the year and these aspects .
that good number of the Indians ordained seven young men in were ravaged by later
boggled the ima heathen taking lives and will be evaluated for making the coming year even
Father The more Indians the friars knowing they would be the parish church-tht first raiders. Many mission Indians
gination. SPfllmallIftl sparing neither age sex, nor !better Losses or errors art revealed and these areas have tt
little "golden" about the reduced t. Christianity, the detained a long while postJvely authenticated Inv estate, roasting and eating and three Franciscansdied be studied and researched.The .
mission era, and would prefer more time they had to devote brought!: their families with stance of ordination to the the victims" martyrs' deaths In Apa annual report then, Is like a general Judgment of one's
to call it a "Time of te the care of the converts, them. Not all of these con. Priesthood says Father Spell lache, writes Father Spell. assets and deficits One day there will be for each ont of USa
Troubles." and the lets time they were scripts it turned out, were man to like place In what Is Ills report tf the Christies man. After 1783 when Florida particular judgment by Christ as He evaluates our lII'bol.ltf..
(Father Spellman who died able to give U convert the needed to assist the builders. now the United States. ladlaas shows them as exemplary was ceded to England the Later aU this will be made manifest at the general Judgment
Idolatrous remainder. Tht remainder were there- Almost Immediately bt embarked Catholics, supporting missions disappeared alto
oa February M, 196$. at at the end of the world when all "will see the Son of Man COrD-
Cocoa Beach where he was a Nothing In Spain could fort assigned to Individual upon his tour of the Ut Church, observing Her gether. tog in a cloud with great power and great glory" (Gospel)).

pastor was one of the coun compare to Florida he told Monday November 29
,
try's foremost experts on the King It miles of
: was 14
Spanish missions in Florida. swampy, mosquito Infested Ip Mans M on Sunday ((2nd Prayer of St Saturninua,

IU held the degree of masterof woodlands where extremes Common Preface)

arts in history from the of heat and cold and the frequent Some people have a premonition of death They sense Its

University of California ) lack of food, clothing nearness Jmt as those who watch for the lint signs of spring

lie acknowledges the quantitative and necessities were discouraging ___ In the budding of the fig blossoms Know that winter Is part and
gains historians list the friars. Only maize summer Is on its way (Gospel) Others know that death Is near
that show 26,000 Indians was harvested and enD then, because of old age or because disease has diminished their
under catechetical Instruction the fnars had to urge the Indians physical strength and they sense that their depleted energy is
by Franciscans who succeeded to tow and cultivate the Incapable of being restored.

Jesuits la the land whkh fields. aIErr Venial sins weaken spiritual health; mortal sins wreck It.
the Spanish conquerors called As for the Indians themselves But contrition with the Sacrament of Penance Is the never-
"La Florida." they were so poor they falling remedy. Ont need never remain long tn danger of
had no tools with which to r spiritual and eternal death.
But he emphasizes the suffering farm, and many went about
the Priests endured naked because they had no Tuesday November 30(

lid poverty ., the Indlast. clothes. Hungry Indians were 1r<" St Andrew (Mass! of teat Gloria, Creed Preface of
forced to forage for food and r Apostles.)
Says Father Spellman then the Priests had to follow
Despite the consoling ad- them out from the missions St. Andrew Is St. Peter's brother and Christ called them
vanes that characterized this Into the wild to bring Mass both to follow' Him and to be among the Twelve Apostoles. This
period both lit the number! of and the sacraments to them. pattern Is repeated( today when members of the same family
Indians "reduced" to Christianity Spain responded by sendingthe art called by Cod to dedicate their lives to His service Christ
ai the Spaniards liked provincial 27 more friars called these two in words they understood. They were fisher*
to say, and in the geographic who were aware that they men. Christ said "Come after Mt and I will make you fishersof
expansion of the Florida mission were going Into a lift of men" (Gopel\ ),
system itself, It was atime
grinding and fearful
poverty
of unrelieved povertyand challenge. Wednesday" December 1
hardship for the friars, Mass u on Sunday (Common Preface)

of hunger and want and near Fort's trialsThe St. Paul emphasl/es how a Christian should conduct him.

slavery for the Indians, of self In the beginning of a new liturgies! year. He reminds us
acrimonious displtes t between Spanish military punished i iC of the passing of time and that Christ's evaluation of our lives
missionaries and officials, of uprisings of the Indiansby might be nearer than we reallr. lit urges us to abandon all
violent Indian revolts, and of forcing them to labor In evil habits and to "put on Christ" that Is, to be other Chrtiti. ,
equally violent civil suppres the town of St. Augustine to be genuine Christians to acquire all the virtues that Christ
'Ion,. This did not make the Frasciarans -w possessed ((1st lesson).
At the beginning of the work any easier Reprisals I
period Father Spellman covers by the Indians would Thursday, December 2
1(32, there were probably follow real and Imagined fill Vivian, (Mass of a virgln-martyr, Gloria, 2nd
about 40 missions served by highhandedness on the part Prayer of previous Sunday Common Preface,)

were 43 religious at their These tenlth missions when of the Spanish. Pilgrims from New York City at ,America's Oldest Mission This taint Is another third century llnmsn virgin and mar

Bishop Gabriel Dial Vara There were pros sod ems tyr shout whom! little Is known except her rime and where
Calderon of Santiago d, Cuba seat It pII", la reports detailed Pilgrims from New York City, Father Arnold Drown O..M.. leader then at flt Francis Church In Man she was burl*!. The Cathedral of l-os Angeles, Is dedicated t t.
visited them la 1674-167). by father SprUmti, a, 232 In number visited the Mission of the pilgrimage and Father hattan. Another large group plan, tills/ saint, Diblana Is the Utln for Vivian "0 God In your

Altogether, Bishop Caldtroa the military and the misaNsarks. of N'ombre dt Die* In St Augustine Michael V Cannon, right dirrvtnr to visit the Mission In March of 'I't.nl'Ivlan, You united the flower of virginity with the
of martyrdom" (Prayer of the ,
paten Assembly)
spent eight months traversing during this Feat week. StandIng of the Uuwlon. The pilgrimage was next: year,

the mission fields In Florida la IKS. another addition in front of the chapel are arranged by the Franciscan Fa Friday, December 3

and Georgia He tells us that was made to the mission band ---- --- St. PranrU Xavlrr, (Mans of feast 2nd Prayer of
----- -- --
he confirmed 1J.1SJ Indians when 33 more missionarieswere previous Hunday Common Preface.)
and Spaniards \Irregularities sent to Florida Vice President Humphrey to CYO Is Die other Priest In the family .
where he found Aa Interesting episode In Father of 2 This Spaniard met another Spaniard ignatius of uyola..t ,
them, began or restored six rattier Spellman's article Is Patrick J rahey, 74. a retired the University of Paris. France later txnamt ont of orlgl*
national teacher, of sal members of the Society of Jesus whkh Ignatius founded
Support U.S. peace goals, Priests diesin Abbtyquarter, H a I 11 I ynautils. As an ardent sp .tu4tc: missionary Francis won many converts
, 'IiiI1' : County Mayo, died there on In India and Jan|. and dud of a fever on his way to China H/
aI Novemlier 17 The funeral his 'preailimg and miracles nod brought the nations of the Ir>
! shun Viet Nam protestors Ireland MM was offered by Father dice Into the Church i Prayer of the Assembly).
I it .. -- Fabey on November 19. Mr
i CHICAGO (NC) Vice Prtwtdttit Hubert 11. L\M' I."li The fatherof Kahey was burled In the parish Saturday, December 4
Humphrey, in a comment' obviously aimed at \.... liens cemetery TM M MI waiatltftdod Mt. Prier Oiry oloiru', (Mass, of a doctor. Gloria 2nd
Father James C
/ is l 1r protestors told th* recent national GatboUe Youth Organiiatkm rahay .by the widow, her Prayer of previous! Hunday, 3rd Prayer of Dt Harbara,
convention here that "the behavior of sow died last week Father Faheyflaw daughters and ether relatives! I Ia",1 Common Preface>)>
.. Ireland U afflrlau at friends
young Americans la reee.t *e4r'. Is Mt drvtaf tf has A native of fifth century Italy Ptttr became the, Archbishop
.
e a tM tWral and U taraJart hUnwUwr FtoWa's Father Polley
much attention for 12 of Ilavenna, then the (mix-rial, city where the Emperor:
p re. 0>a t'Me Prs 4.M and family. 'been in the (tome
\h'aUnllnlaa III rttulad. lit was a noted orator <'Chrysologus"nesns
Mr Humphrey sad malady
..... )Oars, mainly in the pastoral
dl'ltile filM .f erttsrs H "ir. and Mrs P J. Fthey and educational' Mils II. 'golden words'i I. and ha restored. dlstlpNnt In his arcrblloret
oppose national pottrtes tt.y *PP* I'..I l dramatized this the If Ice U the teach at fcwrts re High I II *. I aces bang the 04llJ'4l1 l "la season and out of sttton"
gave MIS
think are wrong plea, <..rl.. his kUUrte pil- Sthu.il I m '.....111IIII. (list I,.....t).i
But 1M right to IIfI hood Crtmice U the. tailed Miles, I'rtotlltoad./ a.. U terte a* sPriest
does not automatically Inrtud* II* .p.ke lee all' maHktndmKff .r the IMw.* .f( M,

the.right to t* UkM. MTWW- k* UI4 the IN Ok-. .\i(".Ue surd ... as a (el.embea !. ..1.1..1/ .wsa. F. T. Blount Co.

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HIke a t.&', .1 r. "
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turn banquet "The latter tfepwvi )w
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UniversityTHE aat have" peace 'sjy rtrt 4inffrassi I
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Diocesan H.S. football YOUTH Legion of decencyrates

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Barry's Barons win homecoming; Bishop Kenny new movies

Ratings are publiahed in the last _ue of the month.


BISHOP Barry High battling Barons who, thwarted punt and then recovered it on High School Morally unobjectionable! for all

I 1' homecoming the Tampans on l18\erallcor. the Marauder 10 yard line JACKSONVILLE .r tlKkt.. hi'! .iMritlt M Ptl".. Kid, Swat....

Jane: : hulled a large!! SI tog opportunities in the fourth to letup the go-ahead TD. A Members Iowa, tM "Hl,| UiMfIN TIM. lrUI. Wll I IMIttMM ,

rrtrl
Pannj: grablx a last minute the tough Tiger to (catch netting Tampa Catholic: to pull further Club recently attended INN liiti 51.05
tlM ".... Tto. Hi.
Ml MuMlHIttUft cuss tW K I l""' Mtr
rectory over Jesuit high 126 yards mostly in the ahead with a third quar- the northeast district convention IM (multcmwrii Mutt 1W0, in sees N INN mMtMII "
Coach John Ash'i last half. dtrIn I Knr Inn ,lie Ill 5.nln SwNN,
2)14) te 34 yard march, St. Amant at Gainesville About
... .
.
I .. Wl KlH fill tole 'Illy 11 55 finis N15t1
itquad. playing without stellar With 12 seconds remainingthe again scoring!! on a short dive 38 Kenny students and 17 rt I tMU Mwon TM In CHTkilf

tackle] Bob Younn who Barons' defense led by to pad the'lnner'l margin.. members from other local lit,.'.. if f. MMKlw, TH MI Ilw101 IM tut NUM NitPiMMhi .. It MmHutit IHMWTM MM *

'was absent because of the guard Bryan White and linebacker Central Catholic fought bark high schools left Bishop Ken ti It MM>IIXll ew'NM C,...... TbS r"M| MKtlMIl

sudden death of his father \ Bob AndrlaKos, blitzed with a last period tally on a ny early Saturday morning.. IKI liirf. TMltmM |i.. Till, 5a510 n II lrt 511011.. HFmui ... .. tnm, ft TM tM. ItirtHH triMIM

dedicated an inspired effortto Jesuit's quarterback Lea Sum. pass play from quarterback The convention began at 9:30on 4 IMHllltllllt. i* Twin lyMI llpMIi
TwlNMKI I frin DIMIMH ii tM HUM iltM
check the Tigers from nor John Kist to Don November fi
Reich The 13, at P. K. m Itnl, I* IM FirlttlMn Itl
Tampa loss left Clearwater with a Yonge High School. Hill1IMruItt .*> ,. l.*>|"itt" ,,_ tilt CIoctI Slob"
With the ball squirting loose IMIM Ml llMMM TM I'lll .Mil MIelytul ...
The Barons opened the acne While! corralled it and sprinted 4-6 record as the Marauders'season The purpose of the convention NN.1 s.nn TM MM u ta 'tit

Ing with a two yard plunge S! yards cur Barry Field ended. Tampa will was to elect district officers Morally unobjectionable for adults and adolescents

by fullback Kerry Hrlinger to for the winning touchdown to play ont more opponent, nominate state candidates
ritmax Berkeley, to shoot for the BCC and profit from the l|." MIN Ie" ..,. TM. "or,. ..... StriM 5115
I leven play 43 yard the wild delight ot the Barons'fans In Tampa parish benefit tl"MMt MirMri TM. Kant Mi..Mln>. tmmn pent *M| Sl'MtruMi
!
purt. title speeches on medical careers. ll.Mrt. TM. *il 5,11 M ....,... t InrM Mr ImiUItllMll
IM IHt CHI...", Itetltt I IIlKl 51. TM 50,55 5105. 45101, TO.

The big gamer In that series Barry High ended with a Father Lopez High School Tony Slelmaa a Bishop A cast of 175 has been rehearsing the Wizard IIHtM tKiHtt li.>llItllltl IMllMIT ,...Ml IMIIIIMMill 515.5154

returned to St. Augustine for Kenny junior was chosei district of Ox to .,.,... ... lII S'oI'M 51p'U 151 555
was a quarterback to end, 3 4 2 record in getting the first present u a benefit on November 27 at TM i i. Un.
the second consecutive week 155 eta "".'. TMCMll llMMlitin 51510.S.5w .
He
Pan Karcher to John Phillips, victory of a PineUas Conference president-elect. will 8 p.m. In the McKay Auditorium at Tampa. Mont II ......" lot TMInt 5I. Soh
25 card In the second team this time defeating the 10101'1.da assume his duties at the conventloa I) IMWIMIMllCt IM intntt Hull.. TMTut
pass over a Tampa Redeemer
opponent Holy In-
youth taking principal .
parts .
School for the Deaf and next ( Illfllift .. iMcMUMr TMMxKWI MITl
quarter the St Petersburg this season. Jesuit year ... Ml*it
elude, from left Peter Wilde Brian Heath Anne IIITMM TMtvntrt M Wrff M
Blind 217.Coach ,
...... ..
lurprisers added another TI High's Tigers have a fine 8.2 Another Kenny junior, Clarke and Michael Harak. 10 ItMTIIMT Sweltw, MilHIKMM$ TIM it tMMTM iiimTM

e.ff a triple reverse with end mark now.Tampa Bud Asher's Greet Helen) Menge, was nominatedby 5,55 ,1I1t .>...*. TM *. Tli
18 hW05/a hots III IMNNMN, |M< IrliMTMiM M Unit Tl li*
Larry McQuillen throwing Waves
contended with wet
a ---
Catholic I the district to run for secretary loll IMttw I I 11. T MIJ PM TM
yards to Hl'lingfr'er the High bull to better advantage thai at the state P..... ...'..... IMIII ........ IMKMtlWilt TM
School traveled to Clearwaterto convention Moore 51,1,1. 'III TIN lit.... Ml IM FtlMMI 101515 tMWill
line. Moments before the Bishop Father
Coal: vie for the Bay Coast Conference the Dragons Intercepting several in April. The officers Lopez 10510 ..,I'M ..... TMIllll ll IM SMCt
Barons had reached scoring passes that helped the Girl TMIriM 15runl 55 NNINM .iM.. *.H. *...*
elected
championship and were by delegates IMI KllUtrt. TMlMtiM ...... TM. .""ur I li liTM
rang with a Karcher to Mc: gained a tie for the title by winners gain good field posi from each school group. Bishop High School High School ''l M Cllt llMMIm 515114$ Mitt M JMiM.UMI
,
Quillen pass of 45 yards. lion II llrMII lit llil tsuw1
Kenny's 11} members were
defeating Central Catholic:
Trailing 140, Coach Ray ORLANDO-Mr. Owens of n.\nos.' BK.U1I:
An
represented by 11 delegates Morally unobjectionable for adults.
Picharry's big Tiger team be. 2014. D &: B scored first by completing
the Fisher Body Guild a intramural
Four and gave sports programhas
a long pass play to professional men 115 "II'HI I'OS NNI K IM UllMrtllMM .
came fierce and used the arm
roach Armand Sabourin'sClearwater speech and demonstration
to been initiated at Father
women spoke to the students l\ 5 5M/NM If PlllM.
the Daytonans five yard line,
til halfback Ed Cimino to Marauders the loan I Tn ISIS 'M Sit sow .ll MOM tfMl
contrted sophmore, j junior and Lopez. The of this ,
and their individ purpose or. : : .
A Cimino to and rushing to a touchdown highlighted I ItNN c.....< iWn 5115 M woe 5,15 5154
score
Perry \ a Crusader fumble In. senior boys concerning the ganization is to the
lead the next ual medical fields Dr. William encourage 55,0,5 IN 5105.1 150055
Rogers: pass covered 28 yards, to a 22 yard scoring drhe. on plunge design and construction of junior and senior boys to participate I Santa N still 5./05 :nncMt C..llH' TM ISo II tMWIIM
Dudley spoke on veterinary ..,.. .. .
followed by a 14 yard toss to The Green Waves rallied to 11155 W lint II IMIM 5,4
cars as well as explaining in athletic ..,_
science, and Dr. Ruth competi IIM 515 0 151055 halfback Jack Kaufman for Rick Wilson, quarterback, tie the s eoI' e when Larry a scholarship contest tion. I l..ir IM llCIMMIH 101.1 u.u 1101055 15"11 I/55.nu1'
Jesuit's initial touchdown. recovered the loose ball and Gowan started the surge witha Martin briefly explained her pro ,llflllCMC 1er0w1 t5..15 Ml 514
work as an anesthetist Later gram. A special assemblywas The boys plan on playing<< TM. 505. 110. Sotto 1tsasI..4
tallied the first touchdown
35 yard runback of t h ,
okukoff 55 Iwln 11,15 TM hfO InMw
The Tampans tied the score at the J. Hillis Miller Health held for this purpose in football basketball, Softball .
A long runback of the ensuing Then quarterback 5,1 4 51en SO so tWlt II IM tlMltT
the cafeteria. and possibly tennis and vol. hew. 151 1. 1 noli .K| In tMTIVM
I114, near the end of the third Center on the University of I' '
kickoff
by Tampa'ihalfback Balewskl .
Larry fired a 46 SWIMS Nib W n s 50 N I ItutTMMW
quarter with Clmino dashing Greg Wonders put to Stuart who Florida campus the members The preceding night I the leyball. According to Jeff Sel- ....... ItM /MNM Nre If to MMTM
the last 10 yards to tally. yard pass Pagan heard two more apeakers. Mr. Science Club held a meeting bert, the referee for these 1 1 t Inn N.. TMIml 5.a a pa tel I.U, lll
the Crusaders In .. .. .
scoring downed the .
was on Dragons'five 15 IM lKM old K IIM tK i| M If tM'MiKiMl .
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and Miss
the 50 of technology, Hilliand .,.. ... .
chance to the yard series passed to Danny Nolan for if i imM 'MIVIMm IM. TMWl .
represent Ray plays by plunging for the ty the TD. noted the various nursing programs president, Pat Shangraw, reports activities, it all depends on *M Mnt lit Ir.. IIMIHIM tM It*! ttt
area for the state class A title, available to interested that the main event of the Individual interests ot the m. M MOM Tn> art ( Tl TM Cut .,11 Seed
ing touchdown. 5511,1 Ittll Ml Hit IritMfl t1.5 saw. 50
kept offensive pressure on the Continuing their strong<< girls. Miss Hilliand also showed the evening was an explana participants. j

Coach Tom Murray's team aerial attack the Lopez team slides featuring the Health lion of laser communicationby I Morally unobjection.ble| for adults with res.rvalenu I
this 'Is !
then went ahead with a sec scored twice In the third Duane Ackerman of the Although program j
Beach quarter Center in place of a tour. still luti t tf MmiHtiMtm M..IO PrMtlft NitlH
Daytona ond quarter score, again by te clinch the victory. Bell Telephone Co. During his being. organized. it will If I MuMTIII 1,11. TM *,* (MO, TMIII !
Each school was also askedto probably officially begin after MM. TM l full '-. 'III MM
fullback St. Amant en a flu talk Mr. Ackermaa used portable ,
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--.. pass and ran It 45 yards to was thei show at P. K. ) ./*, TMl llllUIMI (. TM t vivid students.
picture to the .
MAOUMOOf Jeff encourages all the boysto swops lit i IMTMT IMM Toes if tM *Ki4TM
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\ NMMUVrHICID/ TD pass Schwarz also scored se to" 10 505. Isle 1555W 5.5,5 I

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505 litter *>,n end Off,.? for the victors tissues of a dissected frog. when they are! studlng a see Organization, under the e01 TMIBMIlMI :',unw MM nun: m* IM ,". I*

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Coach Asher's squad, ((44-
515 I. MMIIIT, i.w enlarged photographs of Catherine, has sent letters! to Mortly ebjtchontkU ,In part for allows
1 } puNM 1)), completing 11 to 18 pass a recent study of area :
CL 2-4214 1)8 Magnolia these tissues, reports Jo Ann various professional people
attempts for Tit yards, limbered schools made by the Martin / III MUf ff eirtf .... Way H, fNMW %
SM gI Curl. ", inquiring they would ..... Iw 5111 If" I MM S Ml tw KM '
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planned for December' 9. This
Furniture the best in the county. IM I'M lm 110 mt tM l..l| SKIN
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full of the entire School SoC M I"IMM M.mi iIMT M t tM
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school reading level Approximately ...t M i OiMinil ..... 110 IMIn *|.H It MiMtttmn

Banquet Fciliti Office SuppliesCL Jack Kaufman, T\MI'A On November particular M Ifiim S. ... ... ........ .
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2-347) available. /555 HMH xll IM TM M IMMT M IMMIM
books will be
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and Jerrie's Bishop Barry High S< hnol II affiliated members. senior' classes of Jesuit 'High department of education, \I.. >

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Italian Cuisine Bishop Barry 21 ; 11 received the degreeof requirements. the It'hIInlkprnlru.. of the 510 l"', TM MMt 5W1.051 t
Jesuit It In October, the Dean of boys school and its student /550. IM IIMIM ..lose lily .M
11 Null Curti H '1". td Km HIM) high honor awards because they at Spring Hill College addressed I 5/1. IONa IMMIMIM 5.10 M 1101e"t t
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have accumulated 7S NK1.. The first l flue of the' Pelican l"t
Mm HI Hit MM 4H-IIM Tampa Catholic 2e the upperclassmen on the 1,1145,4 N II MtIM "105.11 1041 NGlee -..
points The following received tame off the picas before Of 110 M l 505. 1511bN \
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subject college ..M Ml lM> IM '-
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points meriting
Thanksgiving Congratulations 1_ :::. ;
Father Lopes high 21St 1 degree of excellence award: November: IS, Tiger Publications should be extended.. to i, 115 515 sea.. I.5. !.... IM !
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Oil Co.DAYTONA the staff and to the bolt 511 M.Mmi Itr IM |MM, I ..... '"
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Higher and Fredi Smith. ewspaper Included artlfksen a fine piece of work. .... a 5aea1 1.10 5x05 Two ..
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mero received first place in arrangements for the formal ISIII.NtiTON NCI-(: -- -
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all three round Chert Rowe Christmas dance It will beheld Requiem, Male for Mtmtignor -
(M') -- Professor Erwin: Hie- two first and Pat ;: JOLINESTRAVEL
won places at the Flortdan Hotel on Francis P Cawidy. 70. former
bert of the L'm\ersity of \\ isconsm Carroll, Barbara Kanas/ka, December' K Tickets will be head of the school of education BUREAU

and Yale University Ellen Donovan, Claude llite, be. the Catholic l'nl"r. .. .. .
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I _u Second Vatican Council's Decree on Priestly Training I


FOLLOWING Is an English tuna- the Redeemer with .. '- .. .
generosity of spirit mss leaner, can oe taken cart ot in choke
a they
the text of. the Second and purity of heart Under the fatherly more effective may consecrate themselvesto vocation with a personal dedication' and Ideas but a true and Intimate formation
manner the Lord
Vatican Council Decree on Priestly direction of the superiors, and with the and soulThey by a complete gift of body a joyful heart of the students, teaching methods art to

Training, proclaimed proper cooperation of the parents, their These seminaries, U they are regionalar be revised both as regards lectures, discussions
by 13 The
VI Pope Paul dally routine should be in accord with ntlonal, are t. be regulated accordIng are to be warned of the dangers philosophical disciplines art to and seminars and also the development

on October 28, 19M. the age. the character and the stage of to directives set down by the Bishops that threaten their chastity especially In be taught in such a way that the studentsare of study on the part of the
first of all led to
Animated by the spirit of development of adolescents and fully (pit) concerned and approved by the present-day society ((24)) Aided by suitable coherent acquire a solid and students, whether done privately or in

sacred Christ this adapted to the norms of a healthy psy Apostolic See. safeguards. both divine and human knowledge ot man, the world, small groups Unity and soundness of
synod it! and of God
fully swsre that the de. chology Nor should the fitting oppor In these let them learn to integrate their renunciation relying on a philosophical/ the entire training is carefully to bt pro.
sired seminaries. which
however when patrimony Is
renewal of the whole Church tumty be lacking for perennially valid vided for by
depends social and cultural there of marriage in such a way that avoiding an excessive multiplication
students >>)
are many while retaining ((39) and taking into account the philO.
to a great extent contacts and for contact with thev suffer of courses and lectures and
on the ministry one s own a unity of direction and of may in their lives and work by
of lit Priests family ((6)Moreover). scientific not 101)hlnllnv'ltl.atlon..: of later ages This the omission of those
only harm which
11.> it proclaims no from celibacy but questions :
the fI- training, the students should be convenlently is especially true of those investigations!
treme importance of priestly whatever Is decreed in the divided Into smaller thata rather acquire deeper mastery of soul which exercise a scarcely retain any importance or which:
training groups" so .greater: Influent In
and lays down certain basic following paragraphs about major seminaries better provision Is had for the personal and body and a fuller maturity and their own nations Account should also ought to be referred to higher academic
principles is also to be adapted to the minor more perfectly receive the blessedness studies
formation
by which those of each be taken of the more recent progress of
regulations may tit seminary to the extent that it Is in spoken of In the Gospel
strengthened which accord the sciences The net result should be 18 It will be the Bishops' concern that
long use has shown with Its IV. The Careful
to be sound purpose and structure Developmentof It The norms of Christian educationare that the students, correctly understand.Ing young men suited by temperament, vie
and Also
by which those new elements studies undertaken by the students the Spiritual Training to tit religiously observed and the characteristics of the contemporary tut, and ability be sent to special In-

can be added which correspond( to should be so arranged that they can properly complemented by the newer mind, will be duly prepared for atitutes, faculties, or universities so that

the constitutions and decrees of this sacred easily continue them elsewhere should I. The spiritual training should be findings of sound psychology and pedagogy dialogue with men of their time ((30)). Priests may be trained at a higher scientific
they choose a different state of life closely connected with the doctrinal and level In the
sacred
council and to the changed condi Therefore by a wisely planned sciences and In
tions of our times Because With equal concern the seeds of voca pastoral and with the special help of training there is also to be developed in The history philosophy, should be so other fields which may bt judged opportune

of the very tans among adolescents and young men the spiritual director c 131.> should be imparted the students a due human maturity. This taught that the students, while reaching Thus they will be able to meet

unity of the Catholic Priesthood this are also to be fostered in those special in such a way that the students will be made especially evident In sta the ultimate principles of the various the various needs for the apostolalt The

priestly formation is necessary for all institutes which, In accord with the local might learn to live in an Intimate and billy of mind, in an ability to make systems, will hold on to what Is proven spiritual and pastoral training of these

Priests, diocesan and Religious and of circumstances, serve the purpose of a unceasing union with the Father throughHis weighty decisions, and In a sound evaluation to be true therein and will be able to detect men, however, especially If they are not

every rite therefore while these minor seminary well as among those Son Jesus Christ In the Holy Spirit. of men and events The students the roots of errors and to refute yet ordained a> Priests, Is la no way to
prescriptions who are trained in other schools them. bt
or by should be neglected
directly concern the diocesan other educational Unformed to Christ the Priest through accustomed to work properly

clergy, they are to be appropriately Institutions means Finally, those their sacred ordination they should be at their own development They are to la the very manner of leaching there
and other
schools VI. The
Initiated Promotion
be of
adapted to all for those with a belated accustomed to adhere t. Him as friends formed in strength of character: and, should bo stirred vp In the students a Strictly

be vocation are to In an latlmala campaaloashlp, their In general, they are to learn to esteem love of rlgoroisly searching" for the Pastoral Training

I. The Program of Priestly carefully developed whole life IhrtngB ((14)). those virtues which are held In high regard truth and of maintaining" and demo,

by men and which recommend a It with honest It That pastoral concern which: ought
straltng
together
Training to be Undertaken' III. The Setting Up of They should so 11III' paschal mystery minister of Christ ((25)) recognition ,at the limits at kimsa aa knowl to permeate thoroughly the entire train

by Each Country Major Seminaries themselves that they can Initiate !Such vlrtoes edge. Ing of the students ((41)) also demands
Into it the flock committed to them. They are sincerity of mind, a that they ba diligently Instructed In those

1, Since only general lies can be 4. Major seminaries are necessary forprlt.tly should be taught to seek Christ In the eonxisnt' concern for justice, fidelity to Attention must be carefully drawn matters which are particularly linked t.

made where there exists a wide variety formation Here the entire training faithful meditation on Cod s word, In the modestly one s promises, refinement In maaaers, to the necessary connection between tile sacred ministry, especially la eat.

of nations and regions a special "pro. of the students should be oriented to active participation In the sacred mysteries speech coupled with charily philosophy and the true problems of life, thesis and preaching. In liturgical: worship

gram of priestly trllnin," is to be under the formation of true shepherds of souls of the Church, especially in the The discipline of seminary life Is to ai well as the questions which preoccupy and the administration of the sacra

taken by each country or rite It must beset alter the model of our Lord Jesus Christ Eucharist and In the divine office ,till I. be reckoned not only as a strong safeguard the minds of the students. Likewise students mnts, In works of charity, In assisting

up by the episcopal conferences 121. teacher Priest and shepherd <17Thy\ In the Bishop who sends them and in of community lift and of charity should bo helped to perceive the tlio erring and unbelieving, and In the

revised from time to tme and approved are therefore to be prepared for the the people to whom they art sent, especially but also as a necessary! part of the total links between, the subject.matter of other pastoral functions.

by the Apostolic See In this way will! the ministry of the word: that they might the poor, the children, the sick, whole training formation For thereby philosophy and the mysteries of salvo

universal,.. be adapted to the particu understand ever more perfectly the revealed the sinners and the unbelievers They selfmaMery Is acquired, solid personal tlon which are considered In theology They art It b* carefully Instructed .ta

lar circumstances of the times and localities word of Cod; that, meditating on should love and venerate with a filial maturity Is promoted, and the other dls under the higher light of faith the art of directing( souls, whereby they

so that the priestly training will it they might possess It more firmly and trust the most blessed "IrllinIary.! who positions of mind are developed which will be able to bring all the sons ol the
always be in that was given as mother to the disciple by 16 Tho theological disciplines, In the Church first of all to a fully conscious
tune with the pastoral they might express it In words and very greatly aid the ordered and fruitfulaclivltv
needs of those region in whhh the ministry in example; for the ministry of worship Christ Jesus as Ha was dying on the of the Church. light of faith and under the guidance of nod apostotlt Christian Ufa and t* the
the rnaflslrrlum of the Church (31)). (futfiUmea
tf the duties of their state tf
is to be exercised and of sanctification that thrnuch ihirprajers cross Seminary '
discipline should be
so>> should a bo so taught that the students will Ute
II. The and their ( Irr'incnut i the Those practices of piety that are commended maintained, however, that the students correctly draw out Catholic doctrine

Urgent Fostering of sacred liturgical celebrations! they might by the long usage: of the Church acquire an Internal attitude whereby from divine revelation, profoundly penetrate 11 them learn to help, with! equal

Priestly Vocations perfect the work of salvation' through should be zealously cultivated; but care they accept the authority of superiors it, make It the food of their own solicitude, religious men and] womenthat

the tuchanstic: sacrifice and the sarra should be taken lest the spiritual forma from personal tonv'ction' that Is to say, spiritual lives ((12)), and be enabled to they may persevere In tho grace Of

2. The duty of fostering vocations 131) menu, for the ministry of the parish: lion consist In them alone or lest It develop from a motive of conscience: (cf proclaim, explain, and protect It IB their their vocations and may make progress

pertains/ to the whole Christian community that they might know how to make only a religious affectation.The Rom 13. 8)). and for supernatural priestly ministry according to the spirit of their various

which should exercise it above (hnst present to men Him who did not reasons The norms of discipline are Institutes ((42)),

all by a fully Christian life. The principal "come to be served but to serve and to students should Iran I. live according to be applied cording to the ago.: of The students are (to be formed with

contributors/ to this art the families give His life as a ransom for many* to lilt (>*spe| Meal, to be the students so that they themselves. ai particular rare In the study of the Bible, tn general, those capabilities are to>> bt

which animated by the spirit of faith Mark 10. 41, cf John U. 1117)). and strengthened In faith hope and charity, they gradually learn self I mastery, may which ought to he, as It were, the soul developed In the students which especial

and love and by the sense of duty become that, having become the servants of all, are that, In the exercise if these practices, become accustomed to use freedom w'Iso. of all theology ((11)) After a suitable Introduction ly contribute to dialogue with men suck

a kind of Initial seminary' / and the they might win over all the more (cf I they may acquire the spirit .f prayer ly, to ad spontaneously' and energetically they art to bo Initiated carefully as the ability (to listen to others end ta

parishes In whew rich lift the young Cor, I, Iii.'l'berfo"). (1111rara) \ la defend aid slreigthra ((261, and to work together<< harmoniously Into>> the method of exegesis, and open their hearts and minds In the spiritof

people take part their vcatl., obtain aa Increase if with their fellows and with the laity they are to set the great themes of divine charity to the various circumstance
all the forms of training. and needs of men ((43)),
other virtues aid grow la the seal to revelation and to receive from their
Teachers and all these. who are U spiritual Intellectual, disciplinary, are The whol pattern of seminary life,
anyway gala all men tor Christ daily reading of and meditating. en the 20 They should also tie to
taught
In charge .f the trail;ag .{ boys to be ordered with concerted effort toward permeated. with a desire for piety aid sacred books Inspiration and nourishment list

and yeuig mea. especially (alhille association this pastoral end and to attain it t. The students should be so saturated silence and a careful ronrern for mutual (SODogmatic), the aids which the disciplines of pedagogy .

khmld carefully glide the all the administrators and leathers are with the mystery of the Church. especially ( : kelp must be so arranged thai It pre psychology, and sociology can provide

\tung people entrusted U them that to work zealously and harmoniously to as described by this sacred synod sloes )I. o certain sense, ai Initiation theology should bo so arranged ((44)), according to correct methodology

these will rerornlze a ad freely accept a getter faithfully obedient to the authority that bound to the \icar of Christ in a late the film life which the Priest shall that these biblical themes are and the norms of ecclesiastical/ au
proposed first of all. Next there should thorlty Ukewls let them be
divine ,.uU... of the Bishop humble and trotting charity and once Irs1. properly
ordained Priests, adhering to>> their. own be opened up lo the students what the "Instructed la Inspiring and fostering the

All Priests especially are to manifestan I. Since the training of students depends Bishop. as faithful helpers and engagingIn 12 In order that the spiritual training others of the Eastern: and Western apostolic activity of |the laity ((43)) end la

apostolic real in fostering locations both on wise laws and, most of a common effort with ,their frllvw rest upon a more solid basis. and that Church have contributed lo tho faithful promoting tho various and more offeo

and are to>> attract the Interest of youthsto all on qualified educators, the admwisli Priests they bear witness to that unity the students embrace their vocation witha transmission and development of the Individual tine forms of the apostolatt. Let them

the Priesthood by their own life lived store and teachers of seminaries are to that attracts men to Christ UTi,. fully deliberate choice, It will be the truths of revelation ((351.) The also bt Imbued with that truly Catholic

in a humble and Industrious manner andin be selected from the best men <'I.> and prerogative of the Bishops! to establish further history of dogma should also b* spirit which will accustom them It

a happy spent as well as by mutual are to be carefully prepared in sound They should Irani to lake part with a a fitting perM of time for a more In. presented, account bmg taken of Us rotation transcend the limits of their own diocese

priestly charity and fraternal sharing of dot trine. suitable pastoral experience grnerus heart In the life of the whole. t.nM introduction to the spiritual life to the general history of the aatlon, or rite, and to help the

labor and sprcisl spiritual" and pedagogical lurch I. accord with what !II. AngusHi It will alto be their charge to determine Churth. needs of the whole Church, prepared U

training' laslitales. therefore. should beset wrvlet Mo the cutest .that oie .loses the opportuneness of providing i for a spirit to preach: the Gospel everywhere
Bishops on the other hand are to encourage Nets 'In order (that they Illimlaothe
up to attain this end. Or at lean the' Church of CkrlM, to that cutest dies certain Interruption In the studies or of may (ca).
their line k to "promote vocations courses are to be arranged with a be pctsris the llly Spirit" pal( )," establishing a suitable Introduction to mysteries .f solvalloi as romplrlelyas
and should be concerned with coordinating possible, tho itudeils should lean toproelralo It nut since It Is 111'11"1 fnr the
proper program" and the meetings of pastoral work, In order that they
all forces in a united effort to this The students should understand mot may them mere deeply) with the students to>> learn the art of exercising
seminary directors are to take It.pt'C'1fIf'd more satisfactorily test the fitness of
place
end As fathers moreover. they must a*, timesAdministrators. clearly' that they are not destined for candidates for the ftlesthuod In accord kelp .f sperulollon, seder the guidance. the apnstolalo not only theoretically but

ant without. stint those whom they bane domination or for honors but are given" am with. the conditions of Individual of 'M Thomas, aid to perrcltt their InlerroinectUas also practically, end to be able to act

Judged to be called to the Lord work. however and' teachers over totally to the servM of Cod and to (M). both on their own responsibility and la
regions it will. also II. the IIj
IIop.
mutt be keenly aware of bow mush thewrceza responsibility
the With
harmonious
pastoral ministry a particularrorwtra conjunction with others
The effective I uann of the whole people of the students. formation de be to miLt a decision stout They should be taught to recognize ,
should they so formed In they should tie Initiated Into pastoral
of God in .terllte vocations I. the peed on their manner of thinking and extending the ago beyond that demanded Iheso same mysteries as present and
priestly obedient. In a simple. wa> of work, both during their course ot studies
proper response to the action of Divine .,tiD'. at present by common law for the working liturgical actions (37)) and In
life and the of !
in spirit" ulldenial'1,1that I and also during the Urn ol vacations
Providence which confers the fitting rrceptum of sacred orders, and of d.- the entire. life of the Church. They should ,
fader the reefer's they are arciMtomrd to giving up by opportune practical projects Thi
gifts on those men. divinely hove 'to leadership key are blrat g whether It be opportune| to>> !learn to seek the solutions to human.
willingly' even thou things which are should bo carried out tn accordance with
participate in the hierarchical PrHt ta lam a very rUtely hit rammiiiltybrtk rule that students, at the end of their problems under the light of revelation,
In and I. permitted but are not esprdxiit. and to the age of the students and! local condl*
spirit acthtty aad they
course In theology exercise the order of to the
hood of Christ and heir. them by His apply eternal truths of revelation
conform themselves to Christ crucified. lions, and with the prudent Judgment o(
are t. rtattttite among itomtrttes" aid .
grace Moreover this same ''mid"" ,1If'Clor a fitting | rtod of tint before to the changeable conditions of human.
charges the legitimate mmtolers of the wHk Ike stidrsHs that kind .( family that The students are to be mad clearly. !bring promoted lo the Priesthood affairs and to communicate there in away the Bishops, methodically and under the

Church to call forward and to consecrate win saner to the Urd prater 'That aside of the burdras they will be udrr. suited to men of our day (M), leadership of1'1'" skilled In pastoral
Ikey be Me" 't/. J... I7. III) aid that V. The Revision of work, the surpassing power of super
and of the
with the sign of the Holy Spirit to taking, M proMem prtMtlyIrf
will develop. I. the" studrits a deep J.yto Uktwlio, let. the other theologkal disciplines natural moans being always, rtmra
the" worship of God and to tee service of is to be concealed! from them This Eccleiiaiticat Studies
their b* renewed through llv. hired ((47),
sou .Iiel. a more
the Church thoe candidates whose fitness ia to be done. however, not that they

has been acknowledged and" who The" Bishop on the oeM hand .should should be almost solely concerned with U Hf.r* beginning spot, ..ificatty *. Ing and contact the history with of the salvation mystery of Christ VII Training to B. AchievedAfter
Special car
have sought so great an offn with. the with a cwwtant and loving s.WcMud encourage DM notion of danger 'in their future rleslantlrsl subjects) seminarians should must tIfIlt.n to the

right iatentioo and "ltllluJl'rHdonI 4i t...*. who labor in U* seminaryand labors, but rather that they might b* b* equipped with that humanistic andwntjflc theology. Its scientific perfecting of moral the Course ofCI..JT.
mere readily conformed" to a spiritual .. training' whkh young men In sposlUon, noun
The sacred syaed eemmeids, flr.t .fafl prove himself a tme father M Christto hew Ished more on the leaching" of the Bible, ......"." ......
We Ut own countries wont have
lo
more than In other Is are asa
any
> way
Ue st nts themselves. many,. alt
the IradlOoaal mesas of t.mm.. foundation should" shed light on the loftiness of the
effort, sack as argent prayer krtaUn. Priests are .. !bunk M the seminary as actually strftkfwd by the very pastoral for higher studies. rallui tif She faithful. III (11"11lef th. 22 Since priestly/ training. because el

peaaare aid a centsntly mere 'touoslve the heart of the d_*. and are to effrwiilwgry week they da Moreover Ikey are lo sequlr' a knowledge oMigstion that Is theirs-of-bearing I -fruitIn the circumstances particularly of contemporary

tralalif .,f the fsKhfil 1, presb- their. own twlt/foj. service 14 Students who. follow the vesmaM of Latin which will\ e..t.U them (. charity f for the life of the world society, must b* pursued andperfected

lug by catechetical iislnctteas or by ( With wstckftsl l conrera for the age tradMion ., rebbacy emIt_' to tfc* inoVrrtaid. aid make use of Ibe ....rrnIt Similarly' the tewhmg of canon law and eras after Iho completion

the. essay jnedla *f twill ,....uk.. e f 'I(* and. f
fl.. that will ..... teeth t" seed. Ikeatart inquiry should be made IBM the can*. to be educated to this slat with great rests *f the' berth ((17)) count the mystery of the Church, accordIng tt will be the responsibility. of episcopal
.f Ih tart lor rrnatjnrtag thereby the rampoMMuhtp to the dogmatic constitution "D rick.ta" ,ani".",' II la Individual( nations to employ
aid Ue importance prtrstly date s proper totenUon aid freedom ofchoice 1M study of the liturgical *
laaguaf suitable means to this *nd. Such
of for the sake of promulgated! this soared
r vecatlea.Th "- mto his fptntual, moral ud .. marriage p' to each rite stoutd be cwa.i4.r.d by
per would .b* pastoral> Institutes working to
the kuKM m of heaven (cf Matt It. II.. synodKarrrd.
1.1l'C1ul! OMaliftcatiMis. toto his
te appropriate ar. a suitable I knowledge of the ,
synod moreover" orders that ssry; glKr with suitably chow parishes,
they embrace the Ud with undivw
an '
pf sral and ptvcmc heaMh-lak- languages of the RMt and of Tr....... \Ulorgy which Is I b
entire pastoral activity of tooferltg vocations love i jo: altogether befitting the new. ears meetings "held tl stated tunes, and approprial -
be methodiciM' and rohaestyplanted Kg .lato roetioVrstMM at.o pruaiMehrredrfary should! be greatly entwuragH. sldered as the primary aid lidlisiiabl projects whereby the younger
covenant. brar whew to tilt re.urrerbuss
aXstwicws. Also to be .
and with e.val prudenfe and s. **urr ., tilt .truly (irlill* spirit, deny would bo gradually \\IItrlllllj"'ot
of th worM to sot It 14 In
30JSi
:
steered is the SMM> of the caosMat to com revialng fft'.aa..1| studies.
for should Ire laifbl arcortfiog. to the mlid Into the life and ....01 -
real fostered by taw* organisation priestly IIa< *
t .21' ad slum
suitable aid tie
bar the burden led a MIlt awn should first of all be that the
eierttM
rest
promoting voralwns whrh. M wd for the ., artlctra It aid .14 of the UatlMiilUa" Unity. under .It I .,..,1111.1, "'I'"oIIe..al.. |
causal
serene of Sisal t .
ilooophiral and
the tares lit< > perfe theological dioripltMSmore
with the aptJeoKia" P"***"! tonl pastoral ebony whereby. they caa bwome a.tkSBfs >.. suitably abed sad thai' they ** .the Sacred IJtargy (Hi.Th and pottoral a.|.acts. and! would bo able" ,

meats has already tern or w/ b* setup !. IS*. esslve ,,sae nf and dy .by dar. to renew and hider them
pro sHertssg to
ali h
mi in !their r.*ti, mnu <"""n.a.wsiy work toward of..... mar* rirrvmstaA of varmuo r.a>.s
in the territory of a AviA al do rees, teistssg stssdints. .mmevn, a dM firm. Uy 'yg' and mere effectivelyConclusion
moo the mm4s of the student to brig duly considered" stud**!* are .to
regsMi rid. t. be .verged akin sswJernswyrttoiegiral lack W Prints aMY eatslII lit theca dept real/! ... gratrfiHy ( )
are '.
thai t fry wMrk arf..t* the' whole history of M" thatches. and ..,...i.1 l roma uu.sheo
and s.c.Mgeai reeearcfcfcas sec God win not aikw fbI qe orb to stole ought to b* rerrhed. act, wWd .
ix
hman rare, /aU4' from
rontisjsiaOy sefluneet' a.pa the Aenotol! Woman The rlkfS W this '
1
,... holy synotl ] opwrouod
ooly as .114I'4 by irrknla-"
'Jt' ...
fur
to belle wait ministers sf t wtxs
brought" are ic CWrh. ad M eopertoOy at work Mtr *e*. s* that ty bo able to res. .
may the work th. < J
begun
....... w,rtky are pr.mad aid tk. lilt lira) law. bat *s a prri..os gift ., tied by ulj
vocsuos JMIfsid
Tb* work of ...**, *! for .kif II they skould ..W priestly. muurtryThat trtkwto to th( work>> of r* ooloajtiohMsg. ,of Trent ,Whit. they cosrfMtently cut itto
hi a spent of .<>******. transcend ttismsts are. at an early 44 gus>d as a pray.TkcMth reify ......, all fhriotian* arrrdw to semuury a'tmMiotrators and tac Hers

of tmfcv 4.al I oMoceses. catsntnes. fatkerty way to ustiertake ether UfcaTk tr. .bMHrstea and help. ., ,... ssudoats this elate b* commusucatod. to tile aostrtpbons of this hell. sywd. 'let/ i iUl IN task of foiminf Ik* future Presto tf
fl........ sad rites UokH to latter sfcrnsM sis* U givea sufficiesXdsrectsM Ih from the *uas.t of their
religious grace of the Holy Spirit let ..... thesis *. b* introduced to a know)I. uauversal Churck st ss that crasser *f UWir vs trMSMig cciei4tUal nudes are to lie
tile needs of the finely and generously .1.... to respwd kg..s) .tar. edge of other rskfioM whack. are saartwidespread mi d by Shin S4 rod synod. t),tlaraoatty
tor I-.. calM as Ckytataaa they nsigM eagerly aa Urtrodjctory e urs wkrksSMuid .
......, preside> aid partsjUrly totkxgsnttudetrtJ. .M lA&vtdwal so that ( eke1 tkooo who
regioM art
proper
kt wheel Barters for tee Lard eas va<. IU lay s portal*U. last for aa apprvprut" .kw.ik of
regions "cM rightly to MksjowMge nice. U tin kututms to orclMUstoal they may acknowledge' here canottjjr i iwkal tog tar the prMotty aauNot/y la realize
....,ard are be sg reojuested more isrgeady 7 Where tndwtdvat Suoreses truth and thew relrgkMM. I Ila hat tk Lit the Church and the sal
are sjay the dads and ..".,.. tt ObrMuairatnmoejr. st..&*s 1M myrtry of sahaloM skosjM goodness hop
able to KBftoMe their Ge J't provtdrare. Jd that vat** of souls. ia being committed ta
WB semtaanesproperry whotk u a sip of IN k*.. b. so propooed that the st 4r4* p.rcenethe possess. so
erected .. de- semtunei hf d 110ft... they may hears to refute their and I Ib Hum They them also to
J. la sMstK soAane' maty aretesr Christ and IU Chunk ics. EfhS snaiag. order. and pastoral end of arms sop receive
'.. te teed of voats the s.*tfeaMsteuM tar u eotve region ar f' a country 8 If'h Let tea rta..... kower. trey sl*I At KM sane tsm. tkrsMtdd able .. fofflmuaMcau the. hi II.W., I I IM srM of ties decree willingly ant'

be presMred .by scwcul nIL,... are to be act .* ltd! vetop4.. so Chi the aurpaMa( eueOent ot vwgSMta U helped< to eiUbito* and truth to UIoto who. do net are st I IV tko. to Wilt lath moot abundant fruit

lormaisesu partautarti, tftroufjl aporeftu't the aoustd Usjwag of O e stMdrts. which > cotuorraud to Otn't. so that with State User "I .eitv lasso with pens faitkKA IM aw durtrval t/smuig ought which will always '.....111.tucl1"OTU.
to foilr C>rirt most be ;osu>daed UM svprrae Is. M a
drectrt U
dUberat
snjfusly and
sprtjal 1tl..1tkn.4 to '
geaev'is embracing. Uf to toad not .to t mere om/nuiucatioa of best pstI




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The norlda CathoU FrIday, o".mbt-r 28,1985""'" D.l- P"I "v Scholar's



On Divine Revelation Constitution centenary



_ FT Patrick Riley same divine wellspring, In a unceasingly receives and .jt- held in RomeROME

VATICAN CITY (NC) The Second Vatican Coun- certain way merge into a fern to the faithful the ---- t '4' ,

ell haa declared, in It. Cona 1!titution on Divine R"vt'lation.Iching unity and tend toward the of Life. She has always ---. (NC) A solemn
end. tained them
same and
that Catholic theology, and piety must all be ,
preOustatned
"For Sacred Scripture is do so, together: with academic (commemoration in

by the Bible and way: Christ, the completionof the word of God inasmuch as tradition, as the supreme honor of the Scottish Franciscan

sacred tradition. God full revelation, "commissioned it is consigned to writing under of faith ." theologian, John Dun
Some of the points of the the Apostles to the inspiration of the DI.
elosely-knit document are: preach to all men that Gospel vine Spirit, while sacred ire Read BibleThe Scotui, was held in Rome as

S Apostolic tradition "de- which Is the source of all saving dition takes the word of God part of the celebration of the
relops in the Church with the truth and moral teaching entrusted by Christ the Lord constitution seventh centenary of hit I

help of the Holy Spirit ao ." This commissionwas and the Holy Spirit to the that "easy access to birth.

that the Church "constantly faithfully fulfilled by the Apostles and hands it on to Scripture should be Thirteen Cardinals and ISO
moves toward the fullness of Apostles who handed on by their successors in Its full for all the Christian
divine truth" preaching and example what purity so that I led by the lightof For this reason, it Bishops and heads of religious

o Between tradition and they had learned from the spirit of truth, they mayIn "the Church from the i congregations attended the
gacred Scripture there is a Christ's word and deeds, proclaiming it preserve this beginning accepted as (commemoration recently at

"close connection and communication from the Holy Spirit, and also'' word of God faithfully, explain own that very ancient the Pontifical Ant o nlan 1
," and the by the Apostles and apostolicmen it and make it more translation of the Old Atheneum, a university conducted

Church's teaching authority who, committed the message widely known. Consequently, ment which is called by the Franciscan Fa-
"'is not above the word of God of salvation to writing it is not from Sacred Scripture Septaugmt" and has there

but serves it"Scripture alone that the Church draws other translations, Among the speakers was

I teaches "sol Bishops teach"But her certainty about every the Latin Vulgate. Father Charles Balic 0 F.M .
idly, faithfully and without thing which has been revealed "But since the word of a foremost Scotistic scholar
error that truth which God In order to keep the should be accessible at and editor of a new edition of
wanted put into the sacred Gospel forever whole and times the Church by her Scotui1 works
writings for the sake of our alive within the Church, the "Therefore, both sacred thority and with

salvation Apostles left Bishops as their tradition and Sacred Scriptureare concern sees to it that 11 .. ; The Print declared that
o Scripture scholars, who successors, 'handing over' to to be accepted and venerated able and correct : Duns Scotia had expressed In
art encouraged in the work, them 'the authority to teach In with the same sense of are made into : ;i.i systematic form St. Francis

they have "so well begun," their own places' (quoting St. loyalty and reverence" languages, especially fr Ideals, his love for Christ the

should give attention to thetechnique Ireneaus). This sacred tradition "It Is clear therefore that the original texts of the Eucharist and the Blessed
of studying the therefore and sacred cred books And should the + ,n ,w _,_ ,,_ _ Virgin.
sacred tradition Sacred i
"literary forms" current Scripture of both the Old and Scripture and the teaching portunity arise and
each book of Church authorities Monslgnor Michael Schmaus -
when Scripturewas
the New Testaments are like authority of the Church, In accord approve > .. .
written. these translations are professor at Munich University
which the p
in
a mirror pilgrim with God's most wise design
o Such scholars otter the Church on earth looks at are so linked and Joinedtogether duced in cooperation Y in Germany, asserted
"preparatory atudy" through God ." that one cannot separated brethren as ", r P i. that Scotui' method of procedure
which the Church's 'Judgmenten all Christians will be able .4 was. very much like
Having Introduced the no- stand without the others "
Scripture matures use them. that of St Thomas Aquinas
tion of tradition the text the constitution .
proceeds
says.Interpreting
I Translations of the Scriptures He also asserted that far from
should be made especially to give a fuller meaningto The Church, says the Glorious sight at famed Amalfi being the merely destructive
It. ment "Is concerned to
from original tongues. critic he is sometimes painted
tradition which ahead toward
This coma deeper
Andrew the Mint thtdrtl of St. Andrew Amal sent to the GrlOrthodoi Scotui was. a systematic
from the Apostles develops in The interpretation of Scripture standing of the Sacred patron tt Apotttt
The witnessThe the Church with the help of the document reminds lures so that she may end Russia, was fi.; Here St. Andrw'i heedless dihep of Patrai. The builder who. attacked the
of St. Peter indeed remains have lain through the lull of St. Andrew, enshrined idea of other thinkers out ofa
document observes that the Holy Spirit. For there is Catholics, "is subject finallyto Ingle feed her sons with.
and sustalner of a growtli' In the understandingof the Church's judgment.' divine words." Andrew who first follow- centuries to this day. However, for 502 years at the Vatican, sincere concern for Catholic
God creator the realities and the words Pointing out that the econo- Lord, not Peter Jesus Pop. Paul VI, in the spirit of was returned to Greece in Stp-" truth. He said Scotusw
all things witness, "gives to men Himself an enduring in which have been handed my of the Old Covenant was Theology "rests upon visited their family horn ecumenism, had the had of the tember cf im. rote calmly and courteously,
written word of God '
it down. directed toward the coming of --- --- ---- -
creating realities.. But, with sacred tradition as .
the Crucifnion, St. A,.
hastens to point out, "He went This happens through the Christ, the council urges primary and perpetual preached in Scythia (the
further ." contemplation and study Christians to receive the .IIOn of Rum that borders Maryland strikes 'So help you God'15AI.TIMOItK from federal oath
books of the Old Testament
God's It traces self.revelation the history to man of made by believers and "with reverence" ) and then journeyed : (NC) The Federal courts have generally ance of state! courts He idvised -
through the preaching of It Is noted that the books of preachingThe Asia Minor into Grt ct. God" not been Involved in the that state courts using
kind, first to our first parents, those who have received ., at Patras, he luffor- words "So help you
the Old Testament controversial ruling Federal the phrase forItn..u'
with a subsequent promise of through episcopal successionthe "give expression study of Scripture have !boon stricken from the
on n shaped
to of witnesses are asked merelyto oaths discontinue its use as
a lively sense
redemption; then through the the soul of sacred ( oath administered to witnes-
sure gift tf truth.In Emperor Contttntiut l II)
vocation of Abraham, then God, contain a store of sub Preachers and swear or affirm" when contrary to Maryland law,
amid of and jurors in Maryland
(( ), ties
scenes great
through the patriarchs and the part of the decree on lime teachings!! about God, mutt therefore read and } had the relict enshrined Federal courts.Chief given the oath. In another development, the
after them through the prophets "living tradition," the text sound wisdom about human the Scriptures lest (and Church of the Rowol C Judge Thom rn. however head of the M.r> lnd branchof
and finally through His makes a highly important life and a wonderful treasuryof the texts quotes St !! hug I Judge said the presence of the the American Civil Liberties -
the prayers, and in them the ., at Conttantmopl Thorn ion of the United States word. "So help you Cod" at I' asked for the elimination .
Con, Jesus Christ. point concerning canon- tine) and one of them .. later the Cruud- nton
of Baltimore
In possession of this last the authentic list of the mystery of our salvation I.pr..sent Is "an empty preacher of Western while District Court the end of the oath created of religious oaths for
Europe, which encompassthe state
revelation "we now await no books of the Bible: in a hidden way," word outwardly, who Is the land some (confusion Therefore hesaid persons illuming public of
to
Of the role of Sacred way Holy of Maryland, ordered the the oath had
further public revelation before Scrip listener to It inwardly" although
the glorious manifestation True list ture In the life of the Church, The document concludes: Christian the city.and the Christian Mot- change in a *|>.<'ial memo and circulated not !been challenged in a court fweDr Irving Murray said he

of Our Lord Jesus the document says: "Just as the life of were temporarily ferget- to court clerks cue. he abolished the phrase believed the Federal courts

Christ." "Through the same tradition Church is t re nIt hen Judges. would insist on the strictest
The "Church has always Westerners won and The wards, "la the presence
The constitution proceeds te the Church's full canonof venerated the divine !Scriptures through more frequent 1r'r from the Republic of The rhange came against tf Almighty Gad," however, neutrality between Churchand
explain how God has "seen It the sacred books Is known, just as she veneratesthe bration of the .: curried off the citv'i the the background of a rrrentdrrhlon were left In the Introduction state, and added:
and the sacred writings themselves Mystery, similarly wt by the Maryland "V'e specifically suggest
the
It that what He had revealed Body of the ford prutd possession tt the talh.State .
are more profoundly hope for a new stimulus of St. Andrew the (nurt nf 1'p".I., which. alxil- this must mean the completeehmmaiinn
would abide perpetually and be understood ," "For since from the tableof the life of the spirit *. November 30, hn feast (shed a lIr) hud requirement Attorney GtneralIhomaiR of every religious,
In Its full Integrity That section l finishes: both the word of God and growing reverence for n still, Amalfi'i 9 r t t that Jurors he required t* >'man had reached oath of whatever. kind, in the
banded on to all generations. Both of them, (Scripture and of the Rudy of Christ especially Word of God, which swear a belief I la dod I In state the lame decwton in an cowls, for takers of public of

The explanation goes this tradition) flowing from "the !in the sacred liturgy, she forever' picture shows the Ca- courts opinion l mound for the guid fire"

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tlons troubling the Church to- tion On the Church, no 2t: ties of Studies, "The I, 8, 52: PL 16, 202 ff. (tst Bonaventure. Complete Sacred Liturgy. no 7 and 16: St''flfld.tlran Council. D"*>
Footnotesto day, the shortage of vocations AAS 57 ((1965)), p. 34. Formation of the Works V, Quaraithi 1R91, p. AS 56 tl4)! ), pp 100 ff and mvttc Constitution' On the
for the Priesthood \'. Cf. Pius XII, apostolic( 2961.) 104 ff. Church Ch VI A.57
predominates virtually
everywhere S--Cf. Plus XI, encyclicalAd Monti oslree.
City, 1965. (i1966r! i. pp 4943, Decree On
Decree Cf. Pius XII apostolic Catholic! Sacerdotll, Dec. 19r,0)! ), p 6M.: 3.V-Cf Leo XIII encyclical 3ft-Cf r.ld1, encyclical the Renovation of the RU

exhortation Mentl I Noitrae: 20, 191S: : AAS 28 ((1916): ), p. 37: 14-Cf St. Pius X, Pius XII ProvtdcntiMimus DIHM, Nov Fccletiam; Seam. A",. t, glows iJ/f
(Continued from page seven) ". the number of Priests Especially: diligent must be lIOn to the Catholic encyclical 18, 1 189.1: A\S 26 ISSllKm I, 14! A\S 56! HIM,I. p 640

That all both in Catholic regions and the se'ection of moderators Haerent Ammo Aug. 4, : \irgmiUs, pp. 1".283. ff ; Second Vatican Council. iV-Cf Paul M, enorlicalFcrle
1- progress among and teachers Assign to St Pius X Acts IV. pp. schema of the Pastoral Constitution : "am Suam Aug t.i4 .
the people of God primarily mission territories Is In most sacred colleges of this kind 244; Pius XII apostolic Cf, Pius XIi, apostolic| 34-Cf. Pontifical,, Biblical On the Church in the AVS < 1"M> in several

depends on the will of Christ cases Insufficient to the grow. Priests endowed with the hortation Menti NoMrae. Mf'ntlOItrlf': CommiMmn Instruction on Modem World,
Himself and the ministry of ing needs" AAS 42 ((1S50)), p. highest virtue; and charge 23, 19W! : AAS 42 ((19iO>, I 664 and ft'K! ff. the Correct Teaching of Sacred pp Miff ad640tf !Second'
Priests is clear from the M2 John XXIII: "The problem them to withdraw from assignments 659661': John XXIII, .. Siriptttre', May U, 1MOp : 39 -"fO'IInd.Iiran CWHI VMM.an CMMCI!, Schema of
words by which the Lord established of ecclesiastical! and Religious especially those cal Sacerdotll Nostri r.1A11, apostolic( .H 4Z: t I 19rs)s I. :50236Cf Constitution On the Sacred the Pastoral Constitution On
His Apostles and vocations Is the daily more burdensome, which cannot dia. Aug 1, 1959; AAS Summl Del \erhum, Liturgy no. 10. 14. IS 16: !Sacred the Church in the Modern

their successors and cooperators preoccupation of the Pope be compared with this ((19r! >9)), p. MO. ft. 4, I'M; AAS 55 ((13)), Pius XII, encyclical Congregation of Roles World < l 19f>Ji.
Human I GtiwrU.i Avg 12 CorrectImpbmentatsen
duty of capital importance Instruction for tot
heralds of the Gospel It Is the yearning of his ,
whose place other 1 -rr. Pius XII, .. 1MO: A'S 42 ((19501.! p. SM of the Con U-Cf especial I ?" John
rm con
leaden of the new chosenpeople prayer, the ardent aspirationof :! PIUS XII apostolic
and dispensers of the his soul. From the allocution take." This principle of selecting Mediator Del Nov 20, : MenU Nontrae ff H. sacred disciplines stitutwn on the Sacred Liturgy XXIII encyclical Mater et
mysteries of God; it Is likewise to the First International the best is again inculcated .\\S39 (1947)( ), PP 547 If 6fl6 always find rejuvenation lethe Sept 26 1.*.. no. 11 and M" Hitra. Mar 1$. I'lliI AAS
confirmed by the utterances Congress Vocations to the by Pius XII in his apostolic 572 ff.; John XXIII, aro study of the sacred fonts. 12. AISM (19641. p. 879 ff. M 1H. pp 401f4JCf .
letter to the Ordinaries of exhortation Sacrae Paul M, apmttlie while on the other hand that
of the Fathers and State of Perfection, Dec. 16, Second Vatican Council in particular! See-
saints and repeatedly documents 11: L'Osservatore Romano, Brazil of April 23, 1947, Discourses Jan II, 19112' .US 54 < '* ) !Summi\ Deiertwm, speculation becomes sterile 40-- ond Vatican runci!. schema
which deeper<< in- Deere On EciMnen, no 1.
69, Second Vatican ( 9-J3. neglects
and Radio MessagesIX p
of the supreme pontiffs Dee 17, 1961. 90 ef the Decree On the tar
Into the sacred deposit 9. 10 AVS 57 (154)), pp
Constitution On the query
Cf. St. PiusX pp $7115110.tCnnrprnin. Apoetolale
,196,5)
especially: Second Vatican > DO 25 and
and !911 tt41The
Pius order to knowledge
4 XII. in provide
apostolic constitution Liturgy art 16 and 17
exhortation to the clergy, Dogmatic Conitittt- :30 pp M, 62Cf .
Sedes Sapientlae, the common 56 (\11641! ), p. 104 ff ; : from prrienct
Haerent Animo Aug 4 1908
: Meal of the -tor-
May 31, 19r: AAS 4ft ((19M\ ), duty of supporting realously Congregation of Rites the Church, no. 7 and pa s-- Second Vatican
St Pius X Acts IV, PP. 237- 3R -Cf Paw XIi sermon to at. be deduced from
) .\ 57 <13! >, HI, can
: pp
264 Pius XI, encyclical Ad p. 3S7; raul1., apostolic I..t.tpr the work in seminaries, cf. struction (for the Correct Hft'IlfIlrllllM. June 24, 1919US : documents of recent pnntstts Council Dogmatic ("on atrtu.
Catholicl Sacerdotll Dec. 20 Summi De! Verbum, Nov. r.ul1, apostolic letter Sum- plementation of the (' \ 247 'Fmti- ten On the Owen. no 17US '
31 t1929i p which treat distinctly tf the
1935: AAS 28 (19%). especially 4, 1963: AAS 55 ((1J), pp. 984 ml Del Verbum, Nov 4, l1f! >3: tins on the Sacred Pius XII, encyclical latest In necking and pro life, qualifications and Institution n > 1115.p.113> tf

pp. 37-52 Plus XII, apos- fr. AAS 53 ((13)), p. 984 Sept 26. 19f;4. no 1417. Gnpr.11'. 12, ptftUag the teeth is not wopreaaed of Priests cf especially" schema of the Decree On tie:

tolie exhortation MenU Nostrae. S-Cf especially: Pius XII.mnru \. 10-Cf. Pius XII, apostolic 56 (I'M'! ), p. MO If.ItCI : AAS 42 ((19M), pp bjr commending the St. Pear X, ekrwlarwn to the Church' Missionary ArtnityilwSi

Sept 23. 14V>: A IS 42 proprio Cum Nobis exhortation Mtntl I Noitrae, John XXIII, .. .' $. doctrine of St. Thomas, but clergy Haerent Ammo. St J7. p.I.25ff47Sevral especially. DO 36 and

((19.V' ) pp. M7-702 John ("Concerning the establishment !Sept 23, 1W! : AAS 42 (119.10)), cal !Sacerdnti\ Nontr! r.ul'I, encyclical rather stimulated I and Pius X Acts IV. pp 237 If.

XXIII encyclical SacerdotilPrimordla of the Pontifical Societyfor p. WU; and cf Sacred Congregation dia: AAS 51 (1959)! ), p. 559 : Suam, Aug ft, thoroughly dlrt'ttl'd" Paid Pisa XI. encyclical Cathohci pontifical! d-..".-
Aug I. 1959: AAS I'rll'wllyI'allon.. under of Sacraments, circular \ : AAS M (19M) pp. (37 ff M. aKorutma given at the SarerdotU. A\S3 ''Inl\, meets w-arn if unit the danger -
81 ((1 apostolic letter Summt DeiVerbum. Congregation of Seminariesand local Ordinaries. Dec 27, Council Dogmatic ( Pius XII, encyclical Starch' It. 14. Ali Mil4) Menti N* tratA g'ectwg: tie supernatural 1

Nov 4. 1fig tvperntruri)
55 ((1963)), pp J79995. Nov 4, 1941< : AAS 33 (1941)! ), Statuta Generalla attached to ((196S), p. 35 ff. : A \S 42 1 19501,. pp V(7-( reverently listen to the *n XXIII. encyclical Sacer- aid. of little value at least in

p. 479; with. the related norms the apostolic constitution! \ ; Si Dtlms. May voce tf the CSurch Rectors, deli N 2-The entire sarerdntal and statutes t promulgatedSept Sedes Sapientiae of May 31, 1*-st Augustine, Tract : AV 4& ((19M), p. among whom Aquinas held 51 ''W9i pt 545 (ff. Paul M.apottatic cited m note (L

stitution that is, the establishment 8, 194.1: by the same Sacred 1956, art 33 (and) Paul M, John, 32, 8, PL 35, 164, .: r.ld1.. allocution a M>wlal place: poach Is the letter s-tIlIlN Dei
of a seminary, the Congregation: mot apostolic letter Summi DeiVerbum. 19-Cf Pius XII at Pontifical Gregorian power of UNaoebr Doc-tor VeHiwt AAS Set 196.11. pp. 4.- More recent documents,

spiritual I Institution the proprio Cum Supremae Nov. 4. 1963: A\S exhortation Meats, aJ1O\ \ : Mint 11 I'M! genius and with bn power 979 If Mach ctnremstg pa- .f the Help V* urge partlar *-'.

course of studies, the common ("Concerning the Pontifictal\ 55 (1463)), p. 907 ff. A\S 42 ((1501! pp. 6h2 01941!I. p 364 ff : Sc. love ef truth: M great his torah ftrmatSM eta be ftimd cxtcera for newts! ordained
life and discipline of students Society for Religiousoca- 6M, 6'W! ; John XMII. can Council Dogmatic wisdom hi wvettigatmg the alt, in the eoryctktb MytticiCorporis Press 1IfJf'C' ally notewtrttr -

pastoral pr.chrl'-.II tions") Feb 11, 1955.: A\S 47 11.-Ch Pius XI, encyclicalAd clical Sacerdotal Nostri On the CbI dl. high**! truth .ai denMi,trat 'IM3' Met I ttr DHllH7i are Pm XI t moo,
are to be accommodated to ((19S5)p) 266; with the related C.tholicS.anrdohl! Dec. mordia AS 51 ((19391 $; MS 57 tlS>. !pp- tag and l It.km< them with the F.u..11 Rate we. pet**** Q MkknquKtm Apr

the needs of the various localities norms and statutes promulgated 20, 1935: MS 28 ((19.16)) p. 41 551, $\1. ttftff ; Paul 11. moot ap"">,pfi 1m hoods of ,1'J611.err., Virginitas. !, tH iU 41949'\ pp
This accommodation, by the Sacred Congregation cyclical Fcclesiam Mtitv that at a retuR bus doctrine 11964'' tofu..... Saxra DieciplnM MtM7<< apmrfoir exhorta'wm
12-It Is established by 5 a Cf, St lWMI\t'tItllfP. Met
in its fundamentalprinciples 4eetra.
especially of Religious, Ibid. pp Aug 6. 1W4 become a matt effwwcww i MSjg>. Reuwpo Patorvjia Stf x 1MO
A\S 56 ''I Mentis in Rosen
statute that In ,
is to be made according 290301\ Second Vatican Council determining 6.14 lactnsMeiit n4 ..... forgathering iHt>>. and i w tot ap. t.telic A' 4J WtO a pne n',p rotMdelis
to common norms set ; the statutes of regions! or national P ff ; Second \ .. no 4 'No ones' be the tsasndains.Malaspects teIWdt.! taps .l 'lor Ite4gMUa' 5.ds
Decree On the nnoatlon Council,
down by the episcopal conferences seminaries, all Interested Dogmatic that readC suffirts of S4 e 4 *.. 94s 11 1 1964
of the Religious Life, No. 24; lion On of the faith ado a MI entiae ilfMi far .RehftnuPMS and
take. the Church without unction. iprcu-\
as far as secular Decree On the Pastoral Bishops! part despitethe Iv 8 tied whole. but alto ftr at. :XII JMM XXIII and related general statutes ells!l
Priests are concerned, and for Duties of Bishops, no. 15 prescription of Canon no. AIS57 119651. p witrHN-t devotita, in'et- tMMt4t usefully and securely Paul M ...,. stew iMMrated cia Ie Pn t suitable! reasons by competent 1357. part 4 of the Code of :20ft! Pius XII encKl l without wonder cir- the rude of a healthy pre the ideal tf the geed .... Baseie.a.eei. .... 14. ItIr
superiors in the case of Religious 6-Cf Pius XII apostolic Canon Law. Sacra Virgimtas' Mann :tlOll ws heat esuHa- rettiM Cf aHo the aUnrwtun they aOMWtaMM tt tetBHuna dareurue and rde m"".

clergy Cf general exhortation Menti NoMrae, U-Cf Pius XII 19M A.\S" ((19S4)), pp Rascf.ntueienesa with aUiiresMd to the Sixth InteriMtiMul s and Pfiett* as _.a. "... XIX pp r.t1': p.'
statutes attached to the apostolic !Sept, 23, I960 A\S 42 \tl'JSOi! ,, apostolic U. ) knowledge without Thoesittie Coo- VI, alktrvtiM to Pne constitution Sedes Sapntiae !- p. 6A5. exhortation Mentl Nootrae, ,. intelhgrnrt without gins. Sept N 1JrI. >4. 4} 'tM'MIIO< tile the Gun Maneo rberti IB.sntute .
article 19J Sept 23, 19.V: A\S 42 ( I960)p : 21 -Cf St CYprian teal without divmt, lance of the. slat rharac fas rye
7 Cf, Second Vatican (74; Sacred Congregationof Hahitu Virgmum no. ob>.er\atio without Second Vatican I terued bv the rrnft'l'IM (If mina Itatr! domes r!
-Among the main afflic- Council, Dogmatic Constitu- Seminaries. and Iniversi- 4, O St Ambrose, De \ m divinely Inspired' Council Constitution On the the evangelical cowuels, cf 1"4.Eight Maittj U!



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discusses recent Nine The Florida Catholic, Friday, November 28, IMS

In Red

music changes for Mass w prison


By Barbara C Jenrlta t+ Bishop Walsh to mark

PROVIDENCE (NC) A widely known choir- vr

muter orginlit and composer dlscuased hen the "muilocroblem

! of today'a Catholic"- Alexander _t>..u.."q,..,.i.... .*....._ 1
ganist at Stat Peter andPaul 50th jubilee Priest
cathedral, laid: tng his them from Moses* as

Todiy'i Catholic ii torn return with the Israelites to f q

between no muck at low Man the promised land with torn r, VIf MARYKNOLL, New York (NC) Bishop James E. spent 40 of his next SO yean

and the Gregorian chants of music from "Th Battle Walah U[. will mark the Mth anniversary of Ids ordina* In the Priesthood.The .

the high M.... These have become Hymn of the Republic" in I' Lion to the Priesthood December 7 in a. prison\ cell in society then was small
eluded.
itandard. Charming, to Red China and responsibility was thrust
be sure, but alto pretty stable "Many Catholics have merely '" Tin 74-year-old American prelate has been servinga on him quickly.! First to the

and unchanging This find Mill accepted tr* music of the 20-year() sentence In Shanghai since March 1060 when position of superior in China
not be In order to conduct the without thought or without eiV in 191, then to rank of Men-
: he was convicted by the Red Chinese of of
musical portion of any M...." question, Peloquia said .1' I wl t charge signor in 1924; then as Mary
He was Interviewed before "This has held back rallgiouiauilc ICI N..iFlnr espionage against the Peo- .. knoll's first Bishop In 1KT

leaving for Detroit where he thousands of years plea' Republic of China. ..... and to superior general of

conducted a format of original "Why ihonld sot a tour* Bishop John W. Comber Mar>knoll in 1936.

works at a Solemn Man In gitloa enjoy the music of the MM., superior general of As superior general h* left

Blessed Sacrament cathedral Mm? Must they merely accept l Maryknoll, said In a lUte- China and returned to the

November 20. whit hit !bees, without meat prepared for the Jubilee United States At the con.

He win direct a UtXMolce poulbly! becoming"Interested Confer on music in liturgy. : "\Ve can only hop and he elusion returned of his to 10-year China term andwithin
la .
boys' choir augmented by something ? pray that he will walk away

brass and tympani la a VotiveMm Peloquln said h* works "to Faliclpssien .f nerteo-. llnjmf .f Vymm' In the MW St. Charles. Orlando rgtmth: ; from the walls behind which by the two years Sec was appointed
Holy as executive :
of the filmed Sacra- create good things for the font .l Sunday Mess m the thirty ti one of the ebcflv[ ....ra.. Jun. Frltbii, Irons" Our hit captors have placed him." secretary of the Catholic
of the current series of confN Ldof Lourdes, the oth ,
meat Mill through music with a Daytona Traditionally annlvnary Central Bureau la Shanghai
kurck muse ", tWch, and St. Brendan, Or.
popular appeal. He added: enter Oft .i"9c.Myd.d Ii one of the most The
He laid this hn been re- by the diocesan mend Ketch Sitter Robert joyous year was 1948. The
; and ftttlv occasions
'The people are the N.... Sudan is Chinese communists alreadywere
earned "Honey from the The people speak Iti the seminary Ubviaal Cof"mI..i. Tiling Frentii, St. Joitph'i HoipiUt, of the PrUithood. But, according
; people beginning to crush the
Rock" for the occasion tak- should be able to ling it frt, in the N..,.", ", 21 .>ter. Tempt; Sister Vincent, D
and enjoy singing It By the headed by layman seen .JiKUMie token Church bl Orl. d. were' Mfi. E. Pep.b.>*tt, St. surrounding the anniversary
lime certain specialpieces : constant lumlllanc Mao
ORLANDOWINTER OBO Central Afrkan Be of Centrit Floridians !h. M .ln MeitUnd Carr
,
written for the SOU group '9d ; her at Miryknoll main bead- rt. 4'avu Tse-tung'i soldiers
were rampaging
t.rested In. increased lay Thom Andrew, St. P... .
century should be utilized lathe public (NC) A year-old per quarter through the Chinese
PARKChildren's ticpitlon In the. music, of the burg diocesan music director/
Mm. layman la running a junior .
"We hate feelings ef both countryside
MW liturf/ A"9 the 4i''- Kneeling tt lf Ii Mother M.
He laid the music of the In southern
the "
- seminary hh pr.....t wr frm" Uft Marguerite O.S.F, principal! of( Joy and sorrow, Bishop Comber la IMS the Catholic (Chart
Man over the centuries l has+ Sudan due to a lack of Prleiti '
Rkrt KMtWinj, St. James, Melbourne Contril Cttholi laid. "Joy became Blibp 4 la China kid M archdlceei,
; resulted in an acceptance of at a result of government and Mr*. Raymond Oleck Sr. High. < S h..1. Walsh has bees permitted 8 U diereses and M preetvre(
necessary music by a "cape restrictive m..urtl.Arcord.lnl t. reach this golden milestone j W ,
I 11\' audience. He contended --- apostolic which operated
Clothes Line to hit lift and be-
Church music report received la ; .orr.w. early 41100 Kkoeli. til k**>
should re here, the junior tenv cannot share It with
cam we
Finest In children/ wear I fleet some of the elements ofmod.nI at Oewchl In the leader ke with ss.. pltili, 711 dlipeaurlei and
Inary of Mm
prefecture K C scores act Walsh U4 erphangei. Today, swtkla|
.t budget prices times and at the urn apostolic of MalikalIi Bishop
ef this remains the
Church.
I time be pleasing and biten being kept open by a layman Bishop Comber fourth man
Ample parting In rrmi able named Benedict Kwer to direct the Catholic Foreign years before that of constant The end of the Church's

Ht..H r it. IL rm thok. The Church jurisdiction draft card burnings Minion Society of America lumlllanc and house arrest freedom did not com slowly! ,
-- -- -
(Mir knoll) and of Blih must tell on him," Bishop
"Our Flower say it for ,.14" serves about 10,000 Catholics ) one nor did It happen overnight

BLOSSOM TIMEFLORIST Mattered along the upper ATLANTIC CITY (NC) The head of the 1.200,000- op Walih's successors at its Comber uld. Piece by piece, and Priest by
AQUINO'SSERVING general laid "The Bishop Comber reaffirmedthe ,
luperior : Priest the cmm alits
.
XUe river.There
member Knights of Columbus has said her that "our
Bishop Ii In our prayeri toclety'i position on Miking struck. Their effort were
THE 2510 S. Orange llouem" Tr. are nly three Suda- democratic society cannot survive without a general spiritof every day and will be to even the Buhop'i release aimed at splitting the ChurchIn

FINEST ITALIAN FOODS 424-4722 Nit GA )..52471'1 aces Prltiti left la the prefecture patriotism" and h* criticized<< draft card burnings more fervently on this date. The Imprisoned prelate t China. Their failure t.

DINNERS FROM apeitellc.An John W UcDevitt supreme knight of the fraternal He no longer It a young mm. one wrote. Bishop Comber create a true schism appar*

.:10 P.M. t. 11:00: P.M. I missionaries organisation ef Catholic.men, spoke at a banquet follow He will be 71 next April 30." .said that "1 will leave China ently turned their wrath t*

LOUNGE ".'\ NIT MutNi" foreign and Ing exempllntaUon of the Bishop Walsh wn U when only when the communliti Bishop Walsh, among the for

IK Or1."J. Ave, W'. LEWIS.COIIEXTERMINATING were eipelled last year PrleiU, fourth degree of the Metniks' show "forth In their be wn tried and convictedby : throw m* out, or my superiors tip mlnloners, churchmea
of the native
Hwy. I J.t2 MI 7-4WO CO. meet Knlf hta of Columbus. Th.brotherhood' true garishness, he tallThere the Red government In order me to leave" in China conjectured at the
forced to flee toneighboring
.....,...... 'M have been can be nothing patriotic Peking Ills sentence wn set It has been his wish to r** time.
UIt .._ u. .,.. .. sic countries after I fourth degree about attempts to stop by the government to b. com.pltl'd main among the people he In October. \VA, Bishop
....... being accused of helping iflti- place *rtlal empha*
ewer troop trains. There Is no on October IS, 1971 went to ..rn. Bishop Comber Walsh! disappeared from 0 .,
BILL BARDOE government rebli. sla on patriotism a apokea patriotic heroism evident In which\ accounts for time the said "W* have respected this light. Nothing was hoard of

FORD FACTORY DEALER Of the three left around man aald. burning draft cards I find no prelate spent! In jail before his with," he added And so the him for II months. Whit '..p.J'tnt4 .

PIANO MalakaL one Priest Father "11 love of country Is super.seded love of country shining from trial.Biihop. only American mliiloner In during that time never
ON YOUR
SAVE
Vincent Alwang la In Jail and threats to siiaiiinat Prut- China, James E
by love If Individual Walsh could! have Bishop has been revealed. But the
NEW CAR DEAL INSTRUCTION awaiting trial for alleged subversive dent Johnson because ef his Walsh of Cumberlind Mary
Interest, Mr, McDevitt declared left China had h, wanted But outcome ii part of history.In .
P\I.\ K4 JJn r Wftten; Ativetc1Clwl aetlvltlet. Another "if sacrifice for country commitment of troop to Viet he those to remain, and sublequently land remainsprisoner of Starch lout the Bed
w. Hwy. SO I It ; .,.,,'. Classes Priest hit been hospitalized Is spurned for puriult ef Nam. It Is difficult to discover became a prisoner. the Bed Chinese Chili.I I' government an
Irv i I TunWilliam la Khartoum. U the ea a flow of public spirit In nounced that Bishop Walsh
personal pleanire | > la hit own wordy: "Here In O* December 7, 111!. BUap -
Member I : Barer frat interest of the broad community courses ef deceit and subterfuge knell had been tried by the People'
:. Shanghai I share the lot of Walsh, tkea 14, la a
to the draft""I
St. Ch.rIetp.ri.h NS Mieeewta Ave.We. PAQUCTTf MOTORS are permitted to be dodge Chinese clergy who cannot mill chapel la the firmk Court found guilty of ronipir

..: ; .., '.rk Ph. 4444 1 In ",....". MUII frustrated by the stupid can understand the tenciouineii *- leave, who muit bear the ..ie which was MirjkoH' log with the VaUraa against
awe >.*>.* It.. UAjfcl stunts ot a few, then democracy and larredneis ofpactflit brunt of all pressure and an. keidiuirter here and waserdsteed the people of China, and
'116A braeew Is In danger" a conscience that aoyince. They are the ky U the PrleitkMd. would begin serving a 90yearlentenc

e.. ..... a es. b.,' .- ere "0'* can drift only Into theIWcld.l abhors all ur and violence factor in the Church situation Immediately
GRAY'SDIAMONDS. JEWELRYrCHES Three years later, ai one Nations hav ponderedwhat
M4S1 itremei of anarchyor la China these
Rat I fill t* nrtrriti /l land days
of the four mliiloners value thus held
rust cruel id
"
.
CLOCKS he
WAI ipotiim, said. ..
tamest .de.* the COM- "There Ii. i.me good. I the Catholic Foreign MinionSociety for the Red government of
Watch .nd AnHqXOO iu. Clock Repair Herman J. Heidrich Mt. McDeviU repudiatedthe tempt for .law and mockery el, think ta ghlng them a little of America sent out, Peking.

) lV....tc Dr. CA,. j-t74 Newt. Publa 1 Id a that patriotism authority displayed" by Iheieke kelp .r tIIt'"rtl.m..C. If he went to China. These he Peking hit never answered
& Sons means\ ""my country right or egie U Ik* shameful, only a ", er"I..llre. I like .

tfMX Me I M>Itl .rorg. gene ef a public basing .r( I* wild (Ihtm.! I don't lIke I* C.....| FUfUi'i. Only
.. draft cardkit., McDevittsM.
f ne,1.1. 'The ihertilghtedneii! tt
ITS TIME TO SPRAY YOUR CITRUS TUES Wf ** mytklag U separate my
urea issue reeatnFA this Mttoa was amply" demon sell from them ef my ems FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOME
PLANT ANNUALS AND FERTILIZE YOUR LAWNJ lUited! la our own Witroe by Selltiee."
( understand
the followers of H.tler .ho cm why I Our aim b U eoMInu. t* MTV f evilof! this *r.. with, She.

& W LANDSCAPING and NURSERY IRYIEWCleaners murdered mllllmi of Innncent mall violence would feel to his that conscience he U dIng > He also said "Beildil, same save, eeurleiy end gnedweheei: i rr't''M .| the. IUMMiel

AVE. WINTER PARK( victims ea the feeble! bull ef there'i another thing I im at
I 1400 W FAIRIANKS & Laundry by bearing lethal weapons iif'umi" ''''i'i M W. have ff _flY y> r| Iron' oweMm
meek and mild at the nest
order from higher authorWtiei.
UcttiM. UU l I."hoo.
against f.Utw members of M
De ... .Jc: Ca ." he declared "A III Etlt OrUr.1 SaWii.M; ; a' t.e..y H.ew M. I 0 I. Blll| Ii a crime, and no bewitching humanity, But I im a little tired of L Frenl G.,"Mr LeRey Hul< Jr. l/.wi ., ,. Bay

W. Have Tb H..... Y.. Want. S* Less Get T'1.tI.,1 4111 E *9...*,,. Or4a..4I. mcantitloRi of a higher" authority conicirnr But 1 fill ihould I* ..suffer. why suchviolence Isis being pushed around on ae-

can malt it right"Ile count of my religion. My religion
DEMETREE BUILDERS from bearing a draft Ii all right; I don't see
BARNESC.IU Ml*** patriotism as carl A draft card hat never anything wrong with It. Anyhow

1107 Eiit c.J.A.1; I Dr. !'%...>e 277.M2I AND ".> etki U the loaf.Urn U- inflicted hum to anyone," helaid. I don't feel Inclined tagt

FlOOOVUINa.. IM. invest of ....1 tau; ail of off the earth 'fist because
an .... IM." 'No one wants to fore a dislike It."
FREE ESTIMATES some people

20CI N. Or.,.,. Or<<.ttJ. t'nd.r this c r>r.r< "the ae- cannot true conscience safely! OICUM But a society tcorn- Nearly all sews about Blih

WATKiNS GAH.1417 & of 10m. of our socalledWHEN : fut flouting] of law and order" op Walsh coma from hit "ALL OURCUSTOMERS

be uld. family A brother and sitter ARE : d d

PAINT WALL PAPER Gary's Duck Inn gtirt BlAh month.alternately Their I letters writ are every the WARM FRIENDS"

ORLANDO WINTER PARK only ones the Red China*
.. w.'t. rM fMrmtt
Ol/iu SllpplJJ'wrttitw. ELLISDRUG
H.>_ wee > permit him U receive and to '
gun III MTMUMM
answer WlKvDONUTw
For 41 Yeses M awn Off'se SaepesW5ee'w..b.a
aIW II.1 t. hli ImprltonmentBuhop r
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Pope declares jubilee year 1 '

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(CMtlml ...* lid IM) sense of the doctrinal desire that has been ex
feat and lamentable his shortcomings structural stability of by Innumerable I
appear! Church was soital In favor of each of
"\\ e ourselves! ," he continued strong! that It was the Popes In this way his.

"are the first to recognize and foundation of his will be assured the par w ,
this fact, and Me have and of his word.Quest of their spiritual a
have taken measure to ensure Thus it will be en N
that the Roman Curia good"From that for no other motive 9

I will be appropriately reorganized the cult of true holiness

." now on '11: will the authentic Image : :
Pop Paul distinguishedthree ( mcnto' will signify: for these well beloved figures:
successive stapes In the wisely undertaken quest preserved for our venera
feelings aroused by the coun a deeper understanding of and for that of succeed r
cil. spirit of the faithful app! generations,"
lion of the norms it has
Council stagesThe pily and prayerfully Fruits of work

first, he said, was enthusiasm ed In" regard to the Summing up the benefits

wonder, Joy and of the canonization council has already
hope. With the "announce for his predecessors
the Pope said that
ment of the long awaited and Paul said: in the field of doctrine, the
yet unexpected council," he "This will be an answer has bequeathed to the
added, there was "an almost
messianic vision" and, "a Musiciansto resources' splendid for documents speculative,) Diocesan Council board meets in OrlandoA

breath of spring" practical progress In the
The second! stage( was the of charity the council past national president of the National go; Mrs Robert L. Yates St Petersburg Beach; Mrs.! Paul Downing, Lakeland; Mrs.

actual unfolding of the council conferin brought all of us together Council of Catholic Women and several past Beach ; Mrs. Anthony Banks, Mrs. Max Karl Kajlop, Indialantic; Mrs. Charles F. Cal-

and confrontation with ', even from the ends of presidents of the Diocesan' Council of Catholic Bender both of Sarasota; Mrs. N. F. Yerkcs, lahan, Orlando; Mrs. Milton Plumb, Tampa
he said. This
problems, "to saw earth that we might know Women were in Orlando last week with Venice; Mrs. Cyril Bedding and Mrs. GeorgeP. Mrs. Charles Colee, St Augustine Mrs. MarkA

an attempt to criticism subject, with everything Impatience Lakeland another, that we might other members" of the DCCW board. The fall Coyle, Jacksonville; Mrs. Frederick I Hellwiff! Orlando;; Father Vincent E

for "novelty" plus study and deliberate to meeting was conducted in the Cherry Plaza Schmidt St. Petersburg; Mrs Clifford Mc. Smith, assistant DCCW moderator; Father

"uneasiness." lie called this \KKL\ND: : Father !' that in union we might Hotel! by Mrs. James L. Lachcr of Braden Intire and Mrs. Clarence Braungart of Winter David 0 Shpa, St. Augustine deanery DCCW

"a time of fears, tit the auda- liam J. O'Farrcll, pastor to His our Gospel loyalty, to and Christ that ton, diocesan president. Among those attending Park; Mrs Robert" Swaney Jacksonville moderator; Miss Anne Tucker, Bradenton ,

bout and the arbitrary," He St, Joseph parish here, e might increase our ability were from left, foreground, Mrs. George Mrs Carl Heath Lake Wales l ; Mrs. E H. Mrs Harry Grimm Orlando; Mrs, Joseph I*
music
likened this time to ploughing for a liturgical the area on November love-to love one another Sierra Tampa; MWH Idelle Murphy, Tallahassce Oliver Jacksonville Miss Isabella Gleason, Schorbert" Eau: Gallie ; Mr!, Theodore Antony .

time when and dug the field is disturbed from 3 to 5:30: p.m. It love our separated brethe- ; Mrs. Alvin E. Bailey Ponte Vcdra Eau Gallie; Mrs. Lena demon, Mclrose; Hocklcdge: ; Mrs Arthur T. Snyder,

Then, he went up.on, "there take place in the church to love the poor and suf Beach ; Mrs. C. M. Clewis Tampa; Mrs J. H. Mrs Mary L. Sperry Pincllas Park ; Mrs Cocoa Bench; and Mrs. Alice Schiedcll, St

tomes the third stage. that of afternoon to love the pensive, Palmer Gainesville, past national president; Horace M. Fletcher, St Petersburg; Mrs. Petersburg

Ideas and plans, of acceptance The Lakeland. pastor has hole of world humanity, to ,"love the hire Lecher; and, left to right in the other W 1':. Humphrey Dunedin; Mrs John Fairfield .

and execution of the sited pastors of parishes rows, front to back, Mrs. Harry Bailey! Lar- Tampa; Mrs. Thomas Kcnna Neptune
concillar decrees. And this is The purpose of the Jubilee
folk (ounty in Plant City
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be to afford preachers an
the for which each
period one
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and In Jade
must himself. Zephyrhllls to spread the Women for convention in St. Augustine
dispose to the session on prepare

"Dlscosslon is coming toan music. the message of truth and proclaimed of chart- (CllHlMMl, tlM PHI Mt) lion Mrs. A, A. Reyes of the esan board of directors of Pope says Gospel demands

end and understanding He has asked all the council itself, and to April 211, 1N'.e! In the Hotel Cathedral parish will be the the DCCW
beginning" Priests to invite their ( in the faithful their 1'once de Leon here, chairman of the convention. Catholics aid UN
Mrs. James I.. Lachrr of
be handled group
will by
of union around the Publicity
I lots directors pas.
Sisters
This, the Pops continued Rradenlon. diocesan president !
Monslgnor John P. Burns another Cathedral parishioner -
ot their dioceses the ,
"Ii the period of the true 'ag- music choir members and declared Cathedral pastor and members Mrs. Charles D. Colee presided at the. board VATICAN CITY ( NC-Pope) Paul VI has declared

giornamento1 proclaimed by terested parishioners Thomas to Informa of Cathedral parish organizations Plans for the (convention session In Orlando, November that the ecumenical council and the spirit of the Gospel
Carroll He fuller
ticipate. promised
cur predecessor John drews of St. Petersburg, concerning the jubilee. : are planning now were announ'rd at the Noember in, when' the contention was itself demand that Catholics help the United Nations fond
XXIII. diocesan director of for the forthcoming convert \ meeting of the dioc- the principal business discuss and agriculture organization in its campaign against
"This word which described ed. .
will conduct the w ar Id hunger; ,
his goal certainly did not of nutrition has Its
There will be Board members heard talks !Speaking to the customary problems ,
have the for him'j
meaning willacademical show Catholic pupils headquarters In Rome and is
which some try to give It, as and demonstration of the Study by "'Ilh.r'inrtnt E. Smith Sunday crowd gathered In St. its
now holding general
If allowed for the 'rclativl- role of music and hymns Cocoa Reach assistant spiritual Peter'i Square to say the Angelus as-
ration according to the the restored liturgy of t director of the DCCW with him, Pvpe' Paul sembly'What
of the,world, of everything spirit in Church. The respective ly higher than norms and by "Father David 0 hl'a. laid does this, voice tell.
'j the Church dogmas, laws tions of congregation, Palatka, spiritual moderator( "Among the voices' in the iu,' It tells us that half the1Iorld'l

structures traditions.I I His tors of singing: choir and CINCINNATI (NC-- Academic achievement of schools, and I lay 102M religious of the deanery f ('CW. The world which we must hear In population does not
ganists will be dellnl'attd.lipl'r1al in secondary schools. St. Augustine DCCW deanery order to obey the council, and have enough bread.
pupils in Catholic schools !I Is "significantly! higher than
Is the site of the next that means to obey the
.tI'a The "median salary" of all convention spiritof "This fart should stir In
emphasis will "
from
Cardinals will not placed on full musical norms according 1 t.o preliminary reports ae lay teachers Is $420(1( while and Father 0 Shea attended the Gospel there Is in men .1( good will many new
nationwid of Catholic elcmch-
patron by the ron nearly completed study the average beginning salaryof the meeting in the these days the voice of the resolutions which the council
have to wear violet at Sunday Mattes tary and high schools public school teachers as Cherry Plata Hotel to hear I'.\0 This international or- I Ii awakening: l Ie learn about
A. Ncuwicn director of the threeyearon" tile convention which studies the
Reginald f inno, he added. program plant.Protestant Sanitation, these\ problems and U rise
Similar workshops ., "Study of Catholic Mucal: financed by a J3.V,000' Neuwion commented that from Indifference afoul them

ceremonial robes out the Diocese have Foundation grant gave an "interim report" to 'the status of the lay teacher I Icon ;:?ader talks In order I. help lho e working

VATICAN CITY (!SC) well attended and! those Cincinnati Medievalist j at their meeting here on No- has Improved, but it has not to find remedies! for
Pope Paul has approved a tending assert that the 17. reached equality with the thrm"
suggestion that Cardinals will gram is one of the To have space for all Religious," Council'sMy reform aims
said the results to
He are
practical value Catholic Children The Church, he aid: Ctrl
no longer be required to wear published "early in lfi! /;," lie noted that "there Is a tag 'to do its part, bung anew
special" violet robes, !insteadtheir "('on ldrrlnf the possibility Father PUcIKOMI II>l Jordan ().S.B.
of Standardized achievement general lack .f( both pre service impulse to works of as-
usual orange red ones Adaptability given in grades two, four, thai the parents could have and service programsto : : ( NC) -. Cautiousmcnts optimum about the achteve- Sistanc and chants '
at certain times and cere Church cited given the greatest stress I* of the Second Vaticanby
and eight of a "scientifi equip the layman so thai Council was exprNlf'lt' herencil The Church toes this above
monies. I50STOV( (NC) The selected sample'1 ofchools exclusively "rellgluus or exclusively he may compete on an equal Dr. Albert Duller, observer of the World aU tllriMl tth) prayer tie'' II"> <
it is not goals,
practical
Although generallyknnwn
Cardinals have had ty of the Catholic Church in 13 dioceses showed) .Neuwlcn commented "some ,fooling with the Religion In Methodist Council at a rcc option given by the Paultet Father said and then rr 'Itnd"
adapt itself to the favorable picture of) the serving the peculiar functionsof Fathers the Angelus for this intent!. >n,
to own two colors of ceremonial consideration ran be given to than oceap+ed. For the real
world is "nothing of Catholic schools, the Catholic schools
dress. The normal or porary said. the fact that this list gives a Lawrence Cardinal Shrhanof meaning of moat of the conciliar -
ange-red robes are worn than astounding, the fairly balanced set of priori Turning to the other "major Baltimore pressed at the documents still has to Refugees increase
most of the year, dist bishop of Mental ability measuring ties. concern," Neuien said the meeting in his capacity) as be worked out In practice" world
said here found in Catholic throughout
pupils study projected Catholic elementary chairman of the ecumenical
A'Inlet robes are worn for Bishop James K. sampled to be ".Ig. Other results of the questionnaire ) school enrollmentfor commission of the American At the tame time, he admit. .Nf W' fORK t INCI The

ceremonies during Advent just back from a tour above" the national to parents he ..Id. the l'tM-69 )ear on t h e hierarchy. Joseph Cardinal ted thai "Ike most truly iwmbrr ef refugees In ta

Lent during the period 01 Kuropean: capitals, said but Neuwien comment showed that: basis of the percentage( of eligible Bitter of St Inuit. and numerous nlque aipert .f the council world Increased bIIl'ar.,'
mourning between the death In Rome he found that enrollment in Catho "Parents want the children enrolled In the American Bishops I lies I h. Hi deliberate tvnrern Iwo million during the pit
of one Tope and the election leaders "greatly (' schools tends to be "more.t'lrcllve. Schools to get on with the educational 1" 2-M year and found that were present to honor a large for reform." year
of another and other oc that the decisions of the ."
on
Job rather than less all :
Eng
representing
an additional 7M.700 pupils group Pope Paul M. he added This was reported In the
casions. menical council should Catholic parents give "re related issues such as dating would have to be served with Ush speaking\ groups among has grasped the. substance of atonal survey of .nrld ref i ig ,
"adequately reflected at able support" to t h e "
The new regulations are set out Increasing( the percentageof the councils observer dele Pone John X X 11I'1 vttwm problem* issued! here by
: down in a circular letter from coon levels objectives of Catholic have The parents "do not perceive pupils served gates which 'hat been an e traor- HW United Mates < '."mrr' th'e!
finders
the fact
the Pop dated September 1 Fordham (law ( the schools to be overly This would require 1I.M4 Ii Introducing l pr (Outlet, denary performance, generally ttt net> and sent to all the Cardinals, taxing financially In view of more religious teachers and Father Them. Mrantky! of uedereattmated"fir there art now m'.l it than 'TtJl'oupl
Neuwlrn said SO.(000 parents
'l'hey are dispensed from having protest protests 11 representative dioceses( their value commitments to 6272 more lay leathers I to wear or possess the JsMV: MHK (M'-) }' asked to rate a set of 31 Catholic children." on the same basis as 12:!-A.1)), the \atkan Secretariate Ice accepttfig and maxfalrihig t 740.700 persons

Violet robes ham university law (' : trd goals. As a result Parents judge!: the rrligi- and would require an add! Promoting Christian I'mlr, the' Jnhamwfie ,prwcram.PM Major factor .,.n t I"o rrcreH
The suggestion: for the students staged a blood their (ranging Otis goals: of teaching and tonal 1AU7 classrooms at a add i* far 1M .bIPr", ,. had bat. became the highly mcnber rat "bomelewere <>,
.I! Kent to the "in responses "most reflwtne director of tacredi Mw war 'In \',iet \ a-1 t
change!: was Pope protest against the In "most impoitant" to training( in the Faith as conservatively estimated cost arrrpled a* Invitation U at- am
t by a commission of Cardinals tests' to the Important at all") there successfully achieved" of $!2S.00n.ono, be said lend council" motions bly cwnptei mterprii. 4li4rv time itrif arising from I",
presided over by }o:ugene Car. )politics in Vlrt Nam \\' now be listed the 10 more Although 'teaching the A similar projection for CMsctvalivf ta doctrine India.Pakiitan conflict t' .'r
dinal Tisserant dean of the classes were in session! expectations" of child to think for himself was secondar schools In 1TJI-R9 The council said Pr Cutler and ditopliM on UM MM Kashmir In' irt !loam' regrN ..

College of Cardinals.lerron. students waited in line for Catholic schools, among the 10 most Important showed that an IlI1'rrlof "has been chiefly one of hand: tior the drive opened at the said. goals in the parents rating, 3A.f4; pupil, at that level charters of new beginnings in polity and program on the loges nnw number" fcTO W).
coin Center campus &: Listed In the order of their It did not appear among the would he served, with an addition and mandate Far less hai othr' and hat initiated' more some \tonal' p; "'!M r'
or Patrick Purke, }' based on the responses 10 most successfully achieved of (.%10 Religious and been accomplished than hxt rhan,rs ,m traditional papa'poll i nue io r\i aye i I', ni *>2'1
n, emotionaldistress student bar association are' goals, 4 105 lay teachers, and a car been made possible More ''' than. an Pope sin e ,Kitlffiri, fl h HT t't: r,'

... dent, said. the Idea for a To be honest, truthful Two "major concerns' tal Investment of at least frontiers have been opened. up Fits XI Opt 'it" '
nations developed "15 moral emerging; from the data collected f430.000,000. he paid
1' 0. the first protest ((' To teach knowledge of by the group makingthe
Be An Informed Catholic
against the Viet Nam Christ, and the Church study, which Is based at Official of canon law

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LUI'AUI, YOU ftitioowi' t11nt of their religion\ are the status of lay teachersand Rcad THE FLORIDA CATHOLICFor

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