The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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I eflortdla Triduum of prayer precedes

Catholic I II I : ecumenical council closing I

nom: (!\M't'lal--Arrh-) gustlne! observe !in a solemn feted, said Monsignor Irvine mijjl t be proJlKtivrly Im- belied a good deal of behindthe -

bishop Joseph P. Burley, manner! a Trlduum of Nugent, chancellor. \ In I ,oitKnted.McmwMle.. scenes activity, accordingto
dispatches c( tha NCWC
YOU XXVII Xo. 5 who is here attending the Prayer preceding the close thanksgiving for the accomplishments
Orlando Florida, Friday IVrember 3, 1965 100 In Vatican Cits'tic News Ser\ire.
Second Vatican Council, of the Council on December of the Council eiiimenical council en Committees were! kept busy

has asked that each pariahin 8, and in petition that the d i IK (mal phase, following in their last attempts to

the Diocese of St. Au This TriJuum la to be of- decree of the C JUr., il :a ,', b.'. recess surface calm straighten out discrepancies! ,

Teaching has __..__ ___uu___ _-- -- ._ .. ... r.1n1 especially in the schema on
the Church in the modern

tI 't t world That the document one on religion togetherwith

not changed liberty already adopted and

lhn on the Priesthood and

a rtr th* mltslons, will come op for.

(final balloting during the lad
Father. John i's
By P. Donnelly week of the council and be

VATICAN CITY (XC) In practice Catholics are solemnly promulgated on Decemher <

bound to follow the Church'a present legislation on birth T.Attention,

control unless the Pope decide to change it. was still centeredon

This opinion of the birth control controveray'a present three aspects( of the Church

status was agreed on by theologians at a press panel 1 In the modern world; com

and a Church historian who ui also a member of Pope mum.im, atomic weapons and

Paul Vl's special( commission family planning
Catholics to follow This does
on the subject. Some council Fathers
not mean however, that the renewed
been Insisting on a
They expressed their consensus Church has closed the subjectto of
formal condemnation communium -
at the t!.S. Bishops' further discussion"
within the context t>(
press panel Tuesday follow- Dr. John ,
Noonsn. professor -kaietta this schema. Since Pope Paul
in 2 completion by a council University .
of history at Notre Dame / aaa VI in \srlnus recent public
subcommission of statementon
a Indiana, a consultantof
r n addresser, left no doubt that
marriage which will be the special commission
the ('huh h remains
part of the text of the schema told the panel audience 4
t.' all msnlst Ideologies, 111'1ruthl'r
C't the Church in the modern that the schema's text in its
reference I It considered
world Final voting on the :
final farm "makes evident
In a document
I*'hf ma is scheduled for December necessary .
that while the Church's
present whKh Is primarily\ pastoral,.
legislation on contraception nature: !
panelist, Father John i at expressed mainly by r Because some 'ollndl Fa-

I. King superior of the Pope plea XI and Pope Plus (hers do not blieIt wouldb

Cblatc Fathers' Rome house XII> stands until further notice politically wls entirely to

of studies, said the currentquestioning the whole matter of contraception rule out nuclear stockpilingand

of the Church's is open on the theoretical -' the possible us* rf nuclear '

liaditional view "has not a level. : arms as legitimatemeans "

sufficiently intrinsic value or.uHlcl.ntly of defense, the comnltte -
''()* the" practical level *'
wide acceptanceamong
has again
the *
ran present
theologians to datt to" bans are not stlll'ln SIT tsree. vita\ ) question at length.Its .
constitute a practical doubt. conclusions will\ b* knownin

This means, he tonlll'I"II."Ihal Monsignor George W. Shes, day.
this far after years fquettlflilng rector of Immaculate Conception w Because the eiteniK con-

we have *.! jet. Seminar" )'. Darlington I I"sTt sultationi which were In progress !
New Jersey said all last week raised a
arrlted .llh" point where the .
"The Church operate on ... as to whether It
doctrine of the Chvrch as enIracrpllnii question
ra* lie rontldrrrdIheolnglcally the presumption of the truthof would b* desirable to express

doubtful.' nil ls its authentic teaching until the sihema'i. views on limit

a practical saran, proven otherwise. This is the planning more f pllcitl" than
t tads for' Its current legists- thsy ar.ow rautlouslv

"The Church mutt therefore turn on contraception andathoiics : ; ,' formulated the Pop personally

propose according to its (' are bound to follow -- Intervened,

present lights, I norm for aQ it," pop (rani's decision on new
Day-to-day Council sessions como to an end methods fir 'family planningwill

Pope Paul cites hungeras >or f 3 brfc-3.n; r -r r.nnr: : :! tension <
Ing t'e Rr.>. ,r.d VsU )n C .un. ,t This view leg at Mass In an Oriental rite The canopied remain on the C >un:1: :l schedule before it fart a ruling/ on the <|tiei

.h.'Wirg' the majestic interior of St. [',t,,'* shrine, renter, cover the bronze atatueof slues on Drccmber A. lion may and bo handed down
threat world
to peace .- --- -- for another >..r. cording: to
authoritative, sourcei hl're.

VATICAN fTTY (NO Hunger U a problem which Dominican Bishops The modern world schema,

perhaps "constitute the gravest threat to pear &in the Pontiff stresses rocklike urge wM< h devotes part of Its first

world" Pope r.ul1 has told more than 000 delegate<< chapter to family problems,
.. been revised' us
reestablishment of respect h now
of the t'nitNaliona: Food and Agriculture Organisation
times by its < ommlsnon,
meeting in Rome to commemorate it.. 20th anniversary.

Pope Paul said no one should worrier at the Church' stability of Church's dogma MNIO: '1f11I'iUC': : ) -- 'Pt.. Htahop of the The Dinky Father m.,'. It

Interest In an organization which is apparently. concerned lK>minlrsn republic warnI that a decline In respect' for plain I* the rummlssln/ dealIng .

with purely temporal matter. "The Church ill fully authority can frustrate the government' "wedl-nwtivsted with mirrlsi' pmhlemshit
VATICAN (ITV NC) Noting thai many |people vent tint mph/ .dh.r,,,'"a to for refoim." ( he wanted the l'hsrrh'stearhieg
aware that the destiny of the whole of mankind! 1 11 here at |1,1.nll .
dix trine of' | es. responsible Bsr.rnlhnnd
the '
take. Indeed< nothinr which concerna the.. _fate_ __ of.. man 11 i find the dofmatic !teaching i of the (Church ol'lrl'llIlI". the prrrnnial i hun h trot( aloe the a<.' In a joint statement to the Catholic people. l I""ht'll'| U h* affirmed "n*.

estraneoua' to the Church" Catholic! In baaed Mid that all men should work for the "ree .WlahmHlt ofrwcf doubt In.
Uredtlcm t teaching
world aware */ "... of the Pope Paul VIha.le< >* rosins that this "aiOieienr ,.nd any rrss *

he said. gravest problems of our the rocklibe stability grand IaI.Dtftd by Christ to Peterwhkb II l.gilnn.le lie said.Mu ., for law and "nl..,. whom he WVfd ? mlllUfr, lk. schema,

The rope' celebrated MM borer It* problem which his sncrisann.iKirmg < h of today's thought, Hut they also urged ('.,... lounstlor. Th. papal "sungeslion" was
In St Peter's basilica i November mar perfcap 'coastiM the ..IIU.. Simon Peter IU |'..>. said la not t any. th mslv. In contained in a ,letter written
Ml for delegates led graveiil threat. pea" 'In Ike his usual. rarest .had to Ute," the PS** sad. "longer founded. on logical, .r lies t of events" owl tlrlferMilr! iNimlnkan lie.puhlle
frost ll e *
by India's B R. Sea TAO director Wednesday public audienc
I'OPK PAl U page eight objective J I principles from 17
Pal l shed lhal Ike .
I'sp. to help "guide IK* historicalhMges |I. mirk I* ir4 "rhll,
general AIM present the Pap. reads the tkeiM Whi which ,faith ran spring but MIptyrholofleal 1'f14I'.ul declared last
""melsllly( mci awl that will take place"The social and religious reetslrudln *-
were the Holy See's representstrves 80 nations to attend brief talk tikt alpafkaaec. may principles hhh ( farthe Jon h.* wn |Itw'tine I III lull respect
.f scholars It dot plshutis' statement lallowed *
FAD, particularly
to changeable birth
extremely the vk ron:
are br to ws on
lhe4 "rork. whirls l and human
of rlfhU f
Uguttl and Dr. F.milMftnnemelll Council closing predisposed U reeeh the and If left uorbotked, roM. repeated rumors of a trot esprsed by his pred
Mod wkM II raforrodto
void *
and the. representatives' Imnfams gill .f the dogmilleIrmki lead toward toe .pfstpoeiveand
offICe secretary, Walter \'..U1CAX1TVlNOAnectraiatH : Peter as the rob rips *f Ik. ( lint II."lrlNtlllC" tormented disruption of readied by ntrvativ and Th people of th Hnatlnlcan 'IIK'* feel l Mlgd to) chanii
K ........ are sending wtuck H* would found HisCksircb. in IK* Ml ion.
rightist "
Persegatl. the contents ul let mind group Republic, k. sold. .PI thorn" Any rhanx would!
.,..,... Itselfwhich
Pope Paul recalled that he special Aptsmitic mis This ...*...fa| In thought. II srged (.th.llre t* "m... rich in. religious. and rivkr ha". to hot bawl *n new'
.fOx I to the. rock, ahows how sorslledsnontnV
for the ailiKtac
awe cioie *
bad offered Mats In ml In omrs "even" to certain group Ih'mteltes pm In Mrgml srUI tradition, sod yet (they hv M tenliftc evid' .o< e
roforroa to ft. firiMtot truth art changeM
!Steed VaticM Ceased -CIsrM -
the \'st can grottoes under 5t.rf'CH' of students '"f religious spies rfftrms which Format !IfdIII"d. been so sorly tried Ut those The panel i>f e.|..rti sp
for FAO persssnrishortly M IWnskr .. M*.y will. beheaded 5.55' atmWMty. and ,......a ... give rise to an sttitude tuna lIltS detaches loom imperreirfiMr ." last few months pointed 'by ,the. Pop hat failedto .
by ctIIIft of state *r of W* protUiMtmiroaswsHM of lraaiot toUtteetuslitjr .
after its !headquartershad but at lanai sortowaly We were comfort! .toss arrive al t a solution It the
!lUll,*" of for***! affairs taw SMMMHC advtsw sad .t tuna of systematicuacortMrty It doctored HIM HaKftou of study .
been moved tram New from the feMitae. faith, uig. but. Ml oKAou Ira problem after a year
arcata si< to tt. Vittta ......, W cwt ...I which seems" should. 4t the
York t. Ram He ale tit of Cknat and of toe Church and faithful potation In* efforts MO* tomaiatila which! meant ,in cite t that
called the marks at favor and press. ..... U to MX N roforrtd to 1M my wto tot which >. Th, Pop concludH "'H''rIs spent W loyal crMrKsn" ledsaQhdal.) .. the what question has been

.. .. and a willingness to mak at the" |II.s l.
encouragement of the orgaai- w, "WI' tk* rwk, be ned sass .... la MM aasinlry Any thrown hick I'op
rain* of Popes, Pius XII sad N Hr It Peter and it Is M kunsm any effort .nsjXrsiil"of us M Mon Sfirst and atf. taw turn hM ssrveral tamer, es

John XXIII and ad he rat f that w Met behalf of the .notion more our to Hs t-aparttf aVM pressed .himself" m Umr "''
__, you
happy !. continue this "tradition p' .y ray ; .,.., farlier the now amtwssaAnt ar of till Primer of Hooeo- uphoMing th* present .hoe on

a< esteem and friends I y of Ih* ,IONSISSJCM No*.. ..... with waar laudsaf as tMitrrplivally

.* ....1'1.fil' Cardinal tells l>rn the holy sea, Allison what II hong areeropraknd. he iortosm. ) rf,r,,ri4 e. 'I""iIn

The pep eo.gr.to.to>ed IH* ". .,. ..... "( Conway \ n '"I ,'"...., rated) on puree the. aaws of s e*. lt *neyilwal of "I'llPhis '-*

ergsMsatifl for makw| th* ar? -:1i'ei of Council importanc fat foul. VI to ptososjl his "*d of aoirNs. hi lire light of XI said the I mi I "anawnt

cr> to...*/. 'no suaraaMlf great Mstal of ., Poo* I'tui, Ml the

Liturgical mui'ciant ftl1llJ'IiCI' ( ) willlaoi Vkinl sureMsta. A...... the aafMBM pad. .vsiiHhuhssjgtl nvMtorn world whom* states,

f Cardinal Coooajr of ArmagJi.. err Manuel .....11', unaVrConfirmation ...od 'furthor. tornfro that UN rhythm mriM ""fbirth

to confer on SundayJlCKSn lathes Ireland docriMl W* Nil tea otcossvpllinnnnls control. It |wrmlssir, >!'

the Vtnod V UCM Council ..uunnnn hocwfully."M ohs wand rt8ptlfl.bl., .h,n
>UIJ>: -- (>irhmusicians as on* of the great counrili NNN is not SJMVMjsry to .o> all sJtof ..... miiinu.* >

*il pest hr of the (wurch.lnt ...... die work atM holy .k.* ruled out until, ."'" /h a tins

Sunday .,..,.,... IVrember ."irw.d 'by Dbli ... parlMularlr, ihrouajl .Ms .s the I'..,. Mrs i-I- ''i' reel a

I. at tk* Ctoarrh of I** Ass rs rth.iM M..*..... the Pri- ,,.. ('Mrflrmotinsi mhaaale' r." .*......... m th* republic the teaching. if hl I >..r hap(

....,*.. for another .in the rat" nt All I,..... sad) the foe u.. Ihor*. of M Aus.t' and *f the I* .1 l kurrarebyW "pn*

series of l* eyl imisK ron T'eient Rom. ......., UMM Ire (or th n0iaasea laM MM use it the so. sTTKIIHIM -'|
.. .. .4
ferenres but Md' *"" 'sd .*ty laic.
.... ", Sight
fit !* HM M U a the Mtowf with Ih* rr page
...* ft shks ..... Mee
the D act.e.
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KMS S sly place
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F .me le raa.w w pt+
Sos xr Hrotd T.dan w- .. .
p 'r.t of IN rasa of
a4 kus poauS Ka tvitH paD >** .wad .aj..t. Ird .-
I .
all laOfmad N th# a .a uapel dropout, to a quarag r.._ i N FHoi ikssyg.Moat ,h II. wtol sad rHI-.

'e attest HM sissasti (panned wit **) TrMsUr povuftDffrmhor akai ,Jltl..' '11> the dunk ea.en X a-1 -'* wndAn fie .Mal .IIapIAMf paid IB* ism.. bet l I. Ml .. Ike llllIre
ui ) t, II rilSIKSSfgHoly .let has *pr ** .iment Mnsl by dkt r**.- .... tee IS. W I..M.<
S c'rlMk .M4>yTV rogaljf ,svisIMionskW "0. rt HaMs liar,,. *f M. \igmllne ,frnsfm
< i ware .. I' MMwIM. ea awl oJ the.. beanie sr..*. ,
asteM 4sr itnr t4mm sad akll.", (. .* TV-
l*. 'bwni.. pramdg.ed m I, M. *4sstvf.tM.noh ,
**, CarroB Tikssmai. Andos Former teacher of abbot greets him IM, Mot IMta Ce-atlraa n tr.rlgiarmaa p.c.... we del sat doubt tierthasha day. l*'r.mb.r 7. lilt '/ljl *fIk
weI b. bore (rasa St the .ill of all Led .f Ik. 1/II/IIMILtI.
wrwd to goad
lMwgy. p..mn.l
Petet Unrf lit straiait IsV srtw Father kl a. r 'h x "". ORH. A .br\ .n (.t) IafAJ was a .' .I'fl'! > at the ft r kf. (Mrs>tel. MrtyN cNuMM and portirutofly ttom luarrpdo.*. >U."IIM' Irvln

ram 11.. b.. Of iff** th. left an motrxj. '0(' l it. TiJlnt n IotA) hipr, ... t,,- I In !J' awl Wok.tin' p S pwisklr. iMis lava assumed sapuasa Sa>nt, rkrell. *d l ld
( .,. wiB visit
freest al thaw tt ,*who. diem.he. mix grvoi-tin.to (>clouds, taught. r..< ? ." aU,( Ab- :.( Aht.t J n-. \ '., the KVjridarstar.iiu ...' fJMtn Ml* (ant owr year far th | 'ri.Urr. II KlklMS M Am 'Milt. tor their ikxtmic.. this ibis pestles! arch.NaNNNNNaaaaNaadNagal..f the dltpeatatlon.

er .Jar artirioftssi as + oc-g but Joseph t>,.a>... of thr < othoa>*< rIL nroas grub w d.lacso ..momnl will b*

IN 1Iy.M at geed.y haws when th* Irish abbot "t St e.lmrata () 9 B ngh.f !Mr tin. AbtJry. A.petw. t''he-Ws 1 aN..."uu""""" """ ,ursw.lied


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live The Florida Catholic j;, Friday, Dnrrmber 3,1965 If'r---. University honors

I Florida ReportsTarpon bnd ltd Wd I DCCW corner I aslronaut,2 others

ISLE, that old man, Is McDlvltt
T James command
fast bringing to a close .,
Mrs James pilot of the recent Gemini 4

Springs St. Petersburg Lather flight, Ind two other men
ST. IGNATIUS ST. JUDESt. i were presented with honors
Members of the Holy Name s before 1200 civic bushiest:
Jude Women's Guild, at
and the Women'sGuild } and medical leaden at
Society DTCW the
the annual Christmas party ft
will a fish try annual award dinner of
onDecembt'r Lnj on Monday, December 13, at
10. Holy Name president la University's Stritch Schoolof
1 p.m., will be entertained by
Albert George, and i Medicine.
president the St. Jude School choral iJ

Guild president, Mrs. JosephGiuliani Inviting group. Mrs. Zita O'Brien will e : sing at this time ot The astronaut and Maxltne
are cordially
play for community singingof \ I who A. Fafet National Aeronin.
the public: to patronize the 1 Even those
Christmas carols and there
tics and Space AdmlnUtr
e\ent. I couldn't carry a
will be refreshments. hand basket find tlon scientist were presented
Father William It. Neuhaus, a
pastor has planned a day of Guests are invited to bringan Plan Christmas festival resist joining! in with the Sword of Urtli
recollection for the women of unwrapped toy for a boy Epiphany bear a happy awards, Ihen> each year t te

the parish on December 11, or needy girl or to be a distributed layette item to the for Some of the Itema to be offered to ther Philip A. Bar-deck tune remembered persons standing deedt.who perform tub

beginning at 9 o'clock Mass. Catholic Charities patrons of the forthcoming benefit at R, W herding festival
The day will close at 3 p.m. season to be jolly Tht award Is named! for St
Epiphany of Our Lord pariah In Tampa ter Mary Dl Padua and .
Luncheon will be a buffet Mr. and Mrs James A, not enter Into the
Loyola founder
The exercises of the recollection Ames of 4150 8th Avenue art previewed by the pastor and Leroy. Public patronage la the season and join the Ignatius Jesuits.Dr. of
Sisters. from the left Sinter Mary the pariah property on I> be
day will be conductedby North, St. Petersburg celebrated You'll sur Daniel J. Bracelanl,
Father John Wright their 50th wedding annivcrsary / Fulgtnetle Slater Mary Candidc, Fa from noon until dark. how lighthearted it Vale University professor of

C.SS.R. of St Joseph pariahIn on November 11 --- you feel. Like Long psychiatry and chief of psychiatry
Tampa. Mass was offered for themat 'Ou too eta have the in the United States
Christmas I specialties- 9 o'clock at St. Jude't rue, St. Petersburg, from B Miraculous RockledgeST. of peace that he World War II
euros Navy during ,
and bar- followed a.m. to S p.m. when he :
baked goods a gift Church. It was by a MARY I says with
presented the 1 1965
will be offered to patrons by breakfast at the Dutch Pantry On Saturday, December 4, Members of night shall be filled was Medal named for
Stritch / the
the Catholic Daughters of attributed to
the Women's Guild on Decem Restaurant. Catholic music, Cardinal
ber 12.All Mr and Mrs. Ames were America Court Sancta Maria ledge, at t h I carts that infest the late Samuel of 5trllc .
third Archbishop Chicago
women In the parish are married November 17, ItlS In 9tt, St. Petersburg Is havinga two Priests Wednesday of I
invited to Join with the Guild St. Anne's Church, Detroit, dessert card party from 1 heard a talk fold their tents like The presentation were
to 4 at the Catholic VATICAN CITY (NC) made by Auxiliary Bishop
members when Mrs. Frede coming to St. Petersburg pm. Arabs
rick Schmidt diocesan chair. from Nltgra Falls New York Daughters }fall. 263 Sixth Pope Paul has ordered the the son .- silently steal a\\ ty. Cletus F. O'Donnell Of Chlci-
Avenue South. Donation Is one promulgation of decrees riCo go, at the S250-a plate dinner,
man of the Catholic Charities when Mr, Ames retired from Club Council. joy and peace of
| committee for St. Augustine the New York Central Rail dollar Ctalrmaa Is Mrs. ognising the miraculous char She abide with you now which realized an estimated
t Diocesan Council of Catholic road. Mary flower with the assist- acter 0 f cures obtained Christmas )'s, $300,000 for the medical
asset of Mrs. Nellt Jordon and through the Intercession of school's operating budget
Women, addresses them In Their daughter Mrs. Paul ttrplects I Sis Lather
the parish hall at 8 p,m., December E, Sleuls of Three Rivers, Mrs. Florence Itaverlin. the Venerable Sharbel Makn-! Christmas tree
16. well as Mrs. louf and Ignatius of St. Aga
Michigan, as
Ames* sister were here for OrlandoST. tha, and a decree on the her using a variety ST. AUGUSTINE

r 'Winter Haven the celebration: JAMESA olcity of the virtues of Father such .as palm '
I ST. JOSEPH day of recollection, under Brunone Lenten acorns.A I
There will be a parish ba- CDA the auspices of the St. James Christmas
Contrary te in earlier report cookies and l l I
Catholic Daughters Catholic Women's Club, will
December 4, t am to The
rear the date tf the beatification -
6pm sponsored by St Jo.eph' Court St. Ann IMS will sponsor be held In St. James Church sot by
ceremonies bat
and Mrs.
Guild at the Father a rummage sale on December on December 13, beginning at
Anderson Hall. 11, at 928 Baum Avt- 9 am. and closing at 12:30 announced. A "show and 'ii r
o'clock with Mast and Ben. Father Shartx-1 Mlkhlouf.I playing and o.
diction of the Most Blessed ideas was Yf
Maronltt rltt Lebanese, was BAILEY
Sacrament. All women of the born around 1838. He enteredan L L ulII'VA! 4-1'11 swam
neth Miller
J r parish art invited Antonlna monastery In his Cathedral Place
... teens and was ordained a Dltsworth.
PaUtU At a short
Priest In IBM. After 17 years
ST. MONICA at the monastery ht received conducted by ( )
St Monica's Altar and Rotary Mrs. L. L.
to become hermit
permission a '
Society president Mrs. and lived the rest of his Patrick J. Budgeting?
Martin Kelly hits appointed life In a small hermitage near the new
heMIY and talked
Miss Mildred Labrutto and
lie died
the monastery. Use Our Low Cost
Mrs M. Tipple to head the Christmas eve In 1808. His current : IN IM saws
organisational and development reputation for holiness war so guests Club of Checking Plan
committee great that his tomb 4n the
It was announced by Mrs. of Ana lab, Merritt
Maronlte monastery
i Fred Griffin at the meetinglast ya, Lebanon-became an Immediate next meeting, You tan .Seep an ate-.

week that Christmas pilgrimage place JacksonvilleBLESSED rate recast tl your spending .
flower memorials will betaken
TEL this year. In charge of Ignatius, an Itallaa Caps- (/) ) and raspy leap to

the memorials are Mrs. John Chin Priest was born !I. 1MI St. Rita yollP "J'lt with eur
Rogers Mrs. Marshall Ell. and died In 1T7D. Ills beitiru Trinity Guild mlJ
beck and Mrs. James Philpot. cation cause was begua La1TR. spaghetti 1J'Uu/J simple tkKima.; tt" rt tyt-

Guild leaders in OrlandoPictured A day of recollection for the bar 11 from 1 to room supplies tam'
women was planned by the Father Lanterl was born at tion Is one

are officers of St. Elizabeth Guild one pastor, Father David 0 Shea. Cuneo, Italy, on May 12. 1159. and 80 cents RIENDS"I: end tale ST. AUGUSTINE

ef the women's groups serving St. James parish The dale was observed December Ht was ordained In 1787 and ASSUMPTIONMrs. 47 King Strttt

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Contact Mr. R. WihBOR
John C, Stangancllo, recording secretary women In the parish hall. held January ym
A Christmas mart will beheld L G. Hrbcl to be chairman of will be held at !: 7-W04 for ads In tU: arM
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8.The that the December meetingwill The Guild hat I lie tl 0.c.t;.,l eal, 'adsaalnsaea

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David P. Page The Lift of Our Lord God'i world

The Church and the MissionsOF Jesus at Cana surprisedwith Cultivate habit of sincere prayerFOR

the various documents presented to schema the name "missionaries" is applied most of us, distraction often those words will be art),

Council Fathers, few have encountered to all "Priests and laymen, religious improbable miracle is ficial on our own lips. In fact
a perennial
such difficulty as that on the men and women, whether native.born or prayer some prayer book compositions _

missionary activity of the Church. Duringthe foreign, if only they announce the Gospelin THE changing of water in problem Morning prayers would sound artificial on

third session, on November 9, 14! mission lands to those who are outside wine-"this beginning night prayer, Mass prayers Father anj'one's lips.

the Council rejected the text and as a con who are not of this flock" of miracles" as St. John calls or rosary-again and againwe Lee J. l Even a prayer composed by

sequence the entire schema has since It is obvious that the Council intendsto It-must nave been known end up with a dissatisfiedand a saint will not necessarily

been reworked inaugurate a new era for the missions, all over the area by nightfallHalf even guilty: feeling. V\t Treseby express our own honest feet

The newly revised text of the document or rather to re-enkindle the missionary the grownups of Cana Frank J. i ings It Is being hypocriticalto
have from
insists much more strongly than the spirit of the early Church. As was frequently would have been at the wedding .m spent anywhere say, "0 God, I am the

original) on the urgent necessity of missionary pointed out on the Council floor, feast: heaven knows Sbeedmedlnr i \ five to thirty minutes in pray worst of sinners," if 1 do not

activity of all Catholics There is, missionary work was never more urgent what the hundred and fifty er and cannot honestly lay truly think that I am the

likewise. stronger emphasis on the than today when there are two billion men gallons had swollen to as they that our mind was on what worst of sinners and very

Church sacred right to preach the Gos who live outside the Church founded by told their families. wt were laying for more than few of us do

Christ for all men, Nazareth was only four saving a great deal they If we are addicted to ready.

pelBut the most Important proposal of the Several Council Fathers emphasizedthat miles off, and the fury of finding again not till H the missionary work of the Church is Wt remind ourselves that
new schema, and the one that has still one of their own towns was close to Ills death "n the, Is more Important tt some of our distractions are

further delayed its approval during this not one of supererogation, not a communi men working miracles somewhere Cross. involuntary distractions do develop a habit of prayer simply the mind's rebellion

ty's pastime, but a part of the very essence else must already not the effectiveness against being a party to
fourth session, It that which calls for the destroy than to spend long periods la pietistic -
of the Church and, as such, is an have She knew what would be the which for
addition of other members besides Roman begun: if he must work : of our prayers. If we beginour By definition, prayer phrases me

Curia Cardinals to the board of directorsof inalienable the Church.right and an urgent obligationof miracles, what was wrong end of the road upon whichthis prayers with the Intentionof Is prajer.a raising of the mind and here and now, are devoid of
day she had started Him
with Nazareth
the Propaganda Fide Congregationthe God and with' the heart to God. It Is a thought genuine meaning.
Our heroic missionaries In the out s honoring
very She knew the This is not to infer that
organization which directs the world. Then again Sepphorls, Herod Scriptures, awe directed to God, a thought wt
of determination to well
there becauseof
Christianity pray
wide missionary activities of the Church. posts are 's capital, was only about learn from the Magnifi' compounded of faith, love never should make use of set
the mandate of the Church and act in then our prayers are pleasing;
The new text states that Bishops from the same distance away The cat; and once she knew that t words in prayer
confidence and
the name of all its members. The entire I to God even though: our mind,
she to be the mother ol f
and dioceses king was
missionary organization was reigning happily
Church therefore must them in despite good intent, wanders Certainly we shall make
help she must have takes but moment to
the Messias It
must have an "active and decisive share"in with the wife he had lately a
their work support them to the hilt both all over the universe. frequent use of that preemin
the Propaganda Fide. stolen from his brother to replace studied all that the Scriptureshad raise the mind and heart to
spiritually and materially and give them Wt know this but still ent prayer, the Our Father,
: we
The revised schema, to be promulgated the wife he bad weariedof to tell of Him as it had God, and there are any num.
every encouragement.The are dubious as to whether our given to us by Jesus Himself
The new one Herodias never been studied before: ber of moments during the
December 7 points out ,
on new
new schema points out that "mis (but slowly BOW, and thought
distractions involuntary ,
really are -
for else had read have the
founded and churches should was niece to both her husbands no one ever day when, UI
ly parishes
lion and missionaries should not be considered fully!). We cannot better express .
with the Immaculate cast
(her grandfather, the Scripture habit of prayer, we can
also be aware of their missionary obligations devotion'
in terms of fund to
simply raising our our
Herod of Bethlehem massacre Intellect which went a quick glance at God in some
These new churches are not alwaysto Missionaries should not have to waste We ask ourselves, "isn'tthere Blessed Mother than In the
fame, had murdered her with her Immaculate Conception such words as, "I love you,
be the object of missionary activity but something I can do to
their time raising funds but should be able words of the Hall Mary. In-
father) and she had a daughter no one else had ever God"I' make me do
themselves must nurture local better the of
they voca quality DIY prayers'
to devote themselves to the workof it the
wholly spired as was by
tions and generously: support the command Salome who would have known who it was that should] Your will\ God," or "Jesus, Holy

of Christ to preach the Gospel to all the Gospel. her part in a murder more have the suffering and the help me to love You as I Spirit.
What is true of the missionaries In this
men. famous than any that even the glory The prophecies could One answer to the difficulty should! These momentary In many of the psalms, too,
is true of the diocesan
regard, equally not have meant so much even would be to oftener but distraction
bloodstained Herods had ever pray are proof against
This command of Christ Is considered In Priests It is to be profoundly hoped that prayers w e shall find some of our own
committed. We know that to the prophets who uttered more briefly and by their trey
the new text as "the fundamental reason one of the foremost effects of this Coun deepest feelings beautifully
Herod procurator, Chusa them as they meant to the There are mystics who have quency and intensity more expressed Moreover if
for the work of evangelization"A cil will be an awakening of all our peopleto
had a wife, Johanna, who be. mother of the One about a special gift for prayer but than compensate for their bra are to enter fully into the
significant change has also been Introduced the realization that the full and ready
came one of Our Lord most whom they were uttered very few of us are mystics. VIty
communal act of worship and
in terminology. The title "mis support of the Church, at home and on the
Why Our Lord leave Ju-
devoted followers The miry For us it is
nonary" is no longer to be confined to a missions, Is not a mere choice but a responsibility dea to few in average persons Another antidote t. distraction mutual charity which is the
acle at Cana might have been spend a days extremely difficult to keepthe
Mass we must strive to make
who leaves his native land to that should weigh heavily on in is sincerity.If ,
person go the occasion of her first hear Galilee, when lie was to return mind concentrated on any prayer
our own sentiments coincide
abroad and the In the the conscience.
spread Gospel.
new there to be In the
ing His name Templefor one point for an extended we are going to pray with the words of the Mass

the I'asover? As the only period of time. Our brain resists well then must be
,.. .. To the five of we sure prajers
disciples thing that is told of the Galilee .
Question box Jesus what had the tension generated by that we really do mean what Conceding all this, It stilt
visit Is the wedding our
close application.No .
we say A logical corollary of remains true that our
have been personal
first Is that
I feeling that mutt doubt it was Hu aware this truth Is that we should and family prayers will

What of ? beyond words have been the reason-that ness of this human weakness do more praying In our own be more meaningful as wellas
are testimony The Baptist had won the ear probably one of His cousins which moved Jesus to warnus words and depend less on less distracted if mind and
the bride
of all Palestine, and the heartof was or groom. "But In praying do not prayer booki When we pray heart are more often raisedto

Q. The new translation of controversial in some of its most of It, without ever But surely there is another multiply words as the Gen out of a boo! we are praying God on the wings of our

the Gospel for the Autumn applications. And it is not working a miracle at all. But reason It is unthinkable that tiles do; for they think that in another mans words andEveryman's own unpretentious words.

Ember Wednesday deletes the Q absolute.If what must have puzzled them He would not have wanted to

word 'fasting" at the end. bfondgnot" you, the accused, take was not that Jesus should be tell I His mother of all that had

Why? J J, D. the stand of your own free able to work miracles: they happened in the to months
will waive of lie had been away the baptism family
A The deletion of this word you a measure were sure he was a prophet

from the English translation Conway your privilege; you are subject and miracles and prophetshad In Jordan by His kinsmen -

of Mark 9, 28 ((29)) implies no to cross examination gone together in Jewish aDd hers, God voice

change in the Church disci. There are some circumstances history from heaven and the Holy Full development is child's rightaxeragt

puns of fasting It simply in which you may b.propl'rly What puzzled them was that Spirit hovering over Him In
and less than before the form of a dove, the Temptations
now formerly.In questioned
that the scholars
means lie should have worked this By Migr, John C. Knvtt
person leading a reasonably lions of American childrenare
Bishop trial but courts Increasingly In the Desert, Especially
principle are
did the translating do not believe a coadjutor ,
particular miracle. In all the .
that this word was foundin receives Jurisdiction from careful that counsel be the Temptations in the a child has life he has the happy life might react living in one parent families
Old Testament there Is
no IF with bored "So what
the Pope In his letters of for the questioning: Desert I IObvloudy a Considering everything,
the original Greek text; but appointment present miracle worked simply to human right to those else is ?"
prevent It
new Certainly Is some of these families do
that it was a later addition to while an auxiliary otherwise they will not accept things which will contributeto t
a social embarrassment mother and !Son the
job of parents to feed their remarkable of child .
the text, Bishop Is merely a helper who your confession as evidence Nor inched did Jesus Himselfever had discussed the prophecies his growth as a person, Hi children Job rearing
keep them from In others
gets whatever Jurisdiction his Since there are a variety of needs food for his physical where the
The disciples had been unable work such a miracle together.
disease and
Injury, give to mother is forced
to Bishop wishes to give him. A exceptions to the legal privilege growth If his parents (or to work long
cure an epileptic boy, afterwards them
possessed by the devil. Jesus coadjutor Bishop Is often given against self.incrimmation The miracle at Cana stands We are not to think of them parent) cannot secure: enough tional and opportunity for emo- hours for Inadequate pay It
spiritual growth Is the children
cured the boy and explainedto to a diocese whose BishopIs there are presumablyethical solitary In being worked forth tightlipped and Inarticulate, food or food of the right kind, and for education who suffer

the disciples that this kindof Incapacitated, In this case exceptions also But sake of a comparative trifle each pretending not to know his body will suffer from mal their circumstances an and befitting from a lack of love and personal '

devil Is driven out only by he has full episcopal Jurisdiction we are Issuing an Invitation to If, Indeed, that was all that the other knew what lay nutrition, his growth may be competencies care

prayer (and fasting). The despotism when we plead the that it was worked for. before the Redeemer of the stunted and he will be susceptible The educational and medical

words translated "and fast. The Vatican Council decreeon common Rood against! the It was at His mother's suggestion world They would hardly to diverse diseases But the fact of the matter facilities available to so

ing" are not found in the best The Pastoral Office of rights of the individual Exceptions : that Our Lord had have missed the first of all If he has life he hat the Is that millions tf children at many children, both here and

Greek manuscripts; I know of Bishops requires that both must be made with performed the miracle In the prophecies the one about basic human right to a home and abroad are not get in other countries are so bad

only one critical Greek text auxiliary and coadjutor Bishops exquisite care. that single act she was giving the seed of the woman and the healthy life, If sickness or InJury ting sufficient food It allow as to have virtually no positive -

which retains them without be made vicars general, Q I read jour answer regarding llim away, and knew she crushing of Satan head-our were to threaten his for their maximum physical effect on the developmentof

question. They appeared in and be given those faculties !! the custom of sajlng<< was giving Him away: from own minds dart back to It physical well-being he would den elopment. these children In some

both the King James and the necessary for rendering their God bless jou" when some row lie was public property, when we hear Ihm address hue consequently the right to cases they are nonexistent

Douay, but most modern Eng work effective and safeguard snecres for miracle-workers must expect her at Woman. And now the ordinary medical and hospital If something Is not done In other cases they are of.

lists translations leave them Ing the" dignity proper to body I was born In the "old Coontry" no privacy, there will .. seed of the woman had had care His parents (for parent) threatens soon to forestall it. there poor quality.
Bishops The auxiliary Bishop His first confrontation with would have the a famine of catas.
out. know be throngs about them. responsibility
and I happen to way The
trophic In polar ef emphasis
retains his authority when Satan: the crushing had : proportions many
of securing that aid for him
Father Raymond K. BrownS the of the custom of li .
the diocesan Bishop dies, and origin Was sh* ever t. have Him begun. His mother would I* if underdeveloped nations It really not only Mir tbllca
they can.
S an outstanding American "llelf\ toll; !" ("Cod Hun .
? saving will not then bt f gratitude It Gad fr
In mos' cases is to be appointed to herself Main? There I is se passionately interested' He a matter of

( biblical scholar in reviewing the administrator until a help )ou" or as they say here. hint In the Gospels of their would want to tell her But a child Is more thin a people going to bed hungrv. the bleulng lit has poured

the new Catholic edition new Bishop Is named, dod; bless you") when someone body He Is abe a heart and It will be a matter of slow out M BI. There Is ale an.

of the Revised Standard Is sneezing It Is almost a a son). death by starvation for count bIKaiion tf justice U Ihoi

Version, notes that its anony Q What In the ethical basis I (thousand years old. In medieval The yardstick lets numbers of human lets fortunate than ttnelvei.Sometimes .

mous Fnglish: editors saw fit for the legal principle that an times It was thought that For his emotional and bemgs.

to restore the words "and accused person cannot be required the sneeze was caused by an spiritual development there Is w e can do something

fasting" which are not foundin to testify against himself es spirit which possessed the required a cart environment To speak of a child s rich personally

the RSV text lie states ? person and was trying U Council Fathers guide in In which he win achieve a to the proper love environment Always we can support relief

frankly that In his opinion Would It be ethically proper escape. llelf (;ott'" meant sense of his own dignity< and a required for his emotkaal and rehabilitation programs I

they erred In doing so. This is to hold that this right may. In as much as, "may God help freedom reverence for the lift U : and spiritual development whether sponsored by I

only one of many "unhappy" some circumstances, have to JHII to gel rid ol the devil" unity, charity others, seems like a needlessreemphsM government or by a volunteer,

changes they 'Judged "nccess. yield to higher claims of the Gesunrihelt," on the other He has a mind designed by of a well known afwvtv, which are designed to

ary In the light of Catholic common gaud of society hand meant Just, "I hope you By tlsgr, C.eorge: G. Hljulns and the faithful In this retard his Creator to seek out the fact h'lp people In their hour and

tradition." True Catholic tradition A. The ethical basis is Ju*> are not catching cold" and Is : (Council which la U b* found I In several different beauties of the world and to But it is also true that mil. years of need, I
would require that we tire' the protection of the natural supposed U be an old Jewish VATICAN sections .f( the I'aiUral pursue truth where he finds

have an accurate translation rights and human dignity custom to an end Just ('on M Hut Ion .1 The Church lathe It. To this end he needs guidance
a few das after this/ column M. J.
into English: Idiom of the orig of the Individual Try to In Europe: most greetings( Modern World, whkh Issow education and encour- Murray

inal Greek text In this we imagine yourself in many have heir origin In plwiiswishes appears In print, has been almost bring redrafted fer the sternest from people with a

were encouraged! by Pope situations of history an enemy "finiss dolt; ," as well completely free of polio last time and will be premul- vision and experience of their

Pius MI In his encyclical accuses you of a crime; as the trench ",\dieu" being overtones tie I a I and/or As a nationalistic matter of gated by Pipe Paul. a December own Strange but true

Divine Affiant Spirits immediately you are presumed the most frequently used la !. ,>;ow a good marriage and a
fact I don't recall
0. What Is the difference guilty: )'ou must provejour the Austrian Alps, on rugged heard a single political speech In the chapter on Tht Life happy family lift are the ideal Cops; ;"*. WS. NCWC NtlFather Seefe.yE : .

innocence by ordeal, e, mountain trails, you greet a Instruments to develop the
of the Political
between either on the council floor in Commllnil1"In
an auxiliary Bishop I with these words: totally dependent Infant Into
g" by walking<< over burning stranger
St.. Peter basilica in the second section of this
and a coadjutor Bishop without coals Or you might be fastened "C floht sel Jesus Chrlstns." or any a mature and loving adult. A
of the pre conelllar or com I- important constitution whichis
right or lucrt55lon1A. on a rack and torture' and you feel assured by his liar commission meetings I better known as Schema 13. man and woman In a loving e1'nt

Not much within 'In. Kwlgkelt.: I relationship with each other
very really, an Inch of jour life so answer, have been privileged to take the Fathers remind III that totntNI'
that you would confess Or Amen It meant "Praise to and conscious of their roles at '
In the legitimate differences ot
part during past seven opinion :
be Jesus ("hrl t" and "World co-creators with God are
)'ou might required to engage with regard to temporal sasoNs ;,
in mortal combat with without ( Od. Amen" years meant to perfect the order ol 1 DIiCe11R1er MO, d ..Nals.ure
The Fathers, one and alt affairs are to be acknowledged -
TKeftorlda, your accuser: God would see v.ou have nothing to fear creation Initiated by Him, 550)534.4M
have leaned backward and that those citizens
over i ,
y ae awe
that the Innocent men from anyone who shares your Te say all this Is 'e mi"c'y irln
to.t preserve the unity of the who either as Individuals oral re1Mww, sMj
victorious faith and (his the original to belabor the *obvious The
emerged! : was
QirholicIS (council and while on a number members of groups, honestly eripN:MAaae..4bo.r
More modern and refinedmethods reason lor this exchange
of Issues they rould not defend their own legitimate

to of requiring a man of pins exclamations a help but reflect: their own cultural opinions in the temporal Church' Itself w e are It ,rt*

..,, .. Mr* new confess are the third degree thousand years ago values and their own national order are to be respected mete mutual etteem. merence. a Men
eli Is cttmuc puss, IMPI. police brutality and fear V And "goodbve" Is a _
In m .,u,. in various forms contraction of "God be with and even poltnal lo>al. Similarly In the chapter on and hann.,., a h aN0151ew
lit ln Cllw,,> tMHfrlHtl ties and traditions, they hate The Community of Men" edging every tlllml dif rwo. sitw.r..ur
flMlM ,,MIM Ptobably the historical legal 3 ou. / 4 '
.. basis dietionary scrupulously refrained from the council Fathers state that fence .f .,//aIM. ," u+ ) rwr.rni cur o
t.IM 1 III tide MMftvi for the right, orrm11gl' My German English zcx,
/N titw iwtrt tIM saying or doing am thing that reverence and charity are to
A+ .
TIH tW. , :
f'tu luMdnt m IH *IIIIMIttlMIK arose from the prm as "God bless you and or narrow.minded nationalism social and purport of devetyung 'aa / y,," rfaaraee Arw.D1a
DlKvl ClKCIMI Kill ItniMInw that political matters kW N tew rM
ciple IM'MrifMa
a man's testimony also notes another happy use CVr'w Jispj
Mt ."' ... MliiMil. npiMM* In a word, they ever more fruitful dialogs' Ne Wr .
or even in religious matters, .t a..liew.5I
h,., ....'.. M MCWt 11(11. .... 11/14 would not be accepted In his of the word: "to your health among all tho who make Ise Meier r
Wiced1414,45 ..'.. own favor he conducted themselves .is think and act differently than up aw ew so.1a ndvrr,
was disqualified the People of God, whetherthey
Rome at they rightly do
expect the
we ; more Intimately,
E Imomprtrnt Sim* he I tit pastors < and :Kralttru r e aria .- /
the drrfv 1 and the faithful ((4cunJiiit in .rU il1UAupe>
cuulJ nut testily in his ownUUU "Ibis UIM>>UB B., Uwrlilca chanty, we 1VYi4dAnQr tea
..nil MIlMt 5 see J. U U.> onJ r tanJ their way Priests '"r members U tUUitlJtaL "'''< U by Muniljftirf
cvuld bwt U f..rnJto
IUUilm The things whish i looCIof1 J "
-I e with suvtit r. ko.. ? th1r.lIJl', 0wx; easily
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the Uitlfkl
taste art "
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L .." Ttt privilcf against self Direct I ),,ur we U tc.lci lAU S" t3SOiuVOtwrtao
than tile.
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Incrimination question (signed pleat), r SJ alnylCO1e"
u widely
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nurd in modern) i.m' and I. U The Florida (athellc I is
Neatly, I. the rramlrhapler "
tremor .
la those
the life of the ('hun'h II;'ll sp mat -.c cxuac: ..
:3, 196.\ fundamental f fIOr the innte., Orlando. .( Ik* schema. w fare r" wt'? h art dnuHfui and lea OOOIO .., r

iron of rights It 'a:'o my Their advice I* (the' fltru UW that "afeve an !lit the :' tI n" uaritjf LlltIoV1I M 16... a .



Fhe The Florida( Catholic, Friday, Dectrabor. S, IMS

I Decree on the Adaptation and Renewal of the Religious Life I

FOLLOWING is an English trap manner of governing the institutes also should be presented with the utmost at all the faithful that wondrous mar. of a spirit of service to the brethren n. wise superiors must as far n thit Is

latlon of the text of the Second be examined. care.I. siege decreed by God and which la l. pressing in this way the love with whist possible, obtain for them the opportunity
Vatican Council1 be fully revealed la the future age li God loves their subjects. They shouli equipment and time to do this.
Decree the Therefore let constitutions directo-
on There art in the Church very man which the Church takes Christ as Its govern these as sons of God, respecting Superiors are also obliged to a** to
Adaptation and Renewal of the Religious ties, custom books, books of prayers and communities both clerical and lay, aaly spouse. their human dignity In this way they; it that directors, spiritual fathers and
Life, proclaimed' by Pope Paul ceremonies and such like be suitably reedited which devote themselves to'Iriou.. make It easier for them to subordlnat professors are carefully chosen and

VI on October 28, 1965. and obsolete laws being suppres apostolic tasks. The gifts which thee Religious therefore who are striving their will,. They should be particular);)' thoroughly trained.
ed, be adapted to the decrees of th communities possess differ according to faithfully to observe the chastity the careful to respect their subjects' liberty;
1. The sacred synod has show sacred synod.Serve in the 19 When the question of founding new
already the grace which II allotted to them. Ad have professed must have faith in the matters of sacramental confessioi
in the Constitution of the Church that mimstratori have the gift of administer words of the Lord, and trusting in God'i and the direction of conscience Religious communities arises, their necessity

the pursuit of perfect charity through with dedicatior lion teachers that of teaching, the (1R help not overestimate their own strength Subjects should be brought to th<. or at least the many useful services
the evangelical counsels draws its origin of stirring speech is given to preachers, but practice mortification and custody of they promise must be seriously
from the doctrine and example of the 4. An effects renewal and ad.ptationdemandl liberality to those who exercise charlt; the senses. Neither should they neglect point where they will cooperate with an. weighed. Otherwise communities may be

Divine Master and reveals itself as a the cooperation of all the memo and cheerfulness to those who help otherin the natural mean which promote health active and responsible obedience in undertaking needlessly brought into being which are
tasks and in
splendid sign of the heavenly kingdom ben of the Institute. distress (c!. Rom. 12, U). "The gift of mind and body. Asa result they will new undertaken. And carrying, useless or which lack sufficient re
those already so
Now it Intend to treat of the life and However to establish the norms 01 are varied, but the Spirit it the same' not be influenced by those false doctrines should listen to their sups subjects sources. Particularly in those areas
rlors gladly
discipline of those institutes whose men adaptation and renewal, to embody it 1 in ((1 Cor. 12, 4)). which acorn perfect continence as being and foster then where churches have recently established .
ben make profession of chastity, povei legislation as weU as to make allowance impossible or harmful to human development harmony among those forms( of religious lift should be
ty and obedience and to provide for for adequate and prudent experimei Apostolic activity and they will repudiate by a certain for the good of the community and the. promoted and developed which take Into
that their
their needs in our time. tation belongs only to the compete spiritual instinct everything which en. Church, provided thereby oat account the genius and way of life of the

Indeed from the very beginning ot authorities, especially to general cha| In these communities apostolic and< dangers chastity. la addition let all, has authority to be to done decide Is not and harmed command what inhabitants and the customs and conditions .

the Church men and women have let ters. The approbation of the 11011! charitable activity belongs to the ver); especially superiors remember that Chapters and delibt'raUbodl... of the region

about following Christ with greater freedom < See or of the local Ordinary must be obtained nature of the religious life, seeing that iIs It chastity is guarded more securely when should faithfully discharge the part In 20. Religious communities should continue

and imitating Him more closet where necessary according to law a holy service and a work character true brotherly love flourishes in the common ruling entrusted to them and each should to maintain and fulfill the minis-

through the practice of the evangelical But superiors should take counsel in an istic of love, entrusted to them by the life of the community. in its own way express that concern for tries proper to them. In addition after

counsels, each in his own way leaden, appropriate way and hear the member Church to be carried out In its name Since the observance of perfect continence the good of the entire community which considering the needs of the Universal

a life dedicated to God. Many of them, of the order in those things cot. Therefore, the whole religious life of touches intimately the deepest all its members share Church and individual dioceses, they
under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, cern the future 'ell.being of the ,,'hole! their members should be Inspired by an instincts of human nature candidates should adapt them to the requirement of

lived as hermits or founded religiou institute. apostolic spirit and all their apos'tollactiv < should neither present themselves for IS. Common life\ fashioned on the model! tim and place, employing appropriate

families, which the Church gladly we!. For the adaptation and renewal ot .ity formed by the spirit of religion nor be admited to the vow of chastity, of the early Church where the body of and even new programs and abandoning

corned and approved by her authority. convents of nuns suggestions and ad\ic. Therefore in order that their member! unless they have been previously tested believers was united In heart and soul thou works which today are less relevant -

So it is that in accordance with O1e may be obtained also from the meeting may first correspond to their vocation tc sufficiently and have been shown to (cf. Acts 4, 32)) and given new fore by to the spirit and authentic stature

Oh'ins Plan a wonderful variety of religious of federations or from other assemblie follow Christ and serve Him in His members -. possess the required psychological and the teaching of the Gospel, the sacred of the community

communities has grown up whicl lawfully convoked. their apostolic\ activity must sprint emotional maturity They should rot only liturgy and especially the Eucharist,

has made it easier for the Church not Nevertheless everyone should keep !In i from Intimate union with Him. Thus love be warned about the dangers to chastityw should continue to be lived In prayer and The mliiloaary spirit mist alder all

only to be equipped for every good work mind that the hope of renewal lies more itself toward God and the neighbor ii hick they may meet but they should be the communion of the sam spirit Ai clrtumstanrei lit preserved In religionscamminltlei.

(cf. Tim. 3, 17)) and ready for the worl in the faithful observance of the rule I fostered so instructed as to be able to undertakethe members of Christ living together ai It shuld be adapted ae

of the ministry-the building up of the. and constitutions than in multiplying These communities then should adjust celibacy which binds them to God in brothers Religious should give pride of wdlngly, ai the mature *f each community
a which will benefit their entire per.IOn.lity place In esteem to each other (cf. Rom permits, I* modem eendttto M
Body of Christ (cf. Eph. 4. lj-but) also laws their rules and customs to fit the way
12 10)) and bear each other's burdens thai Ihe preaching *f the Gospel may becarried
to appear adorned with the various gut demands of the apostolate to which they
of her children like a spouse adorned 5. Members of each institute should r<- are dedicated The fact however thai should diligently practiceand (cf. Gal 4, 2)), out more effectively la every

for her husband (cf. Apoc. 21, 2) and for call first of aU that by professing the apostolic religious! life takes on many IS Religious if need be express also in new forms Far the community, a true family ails

the manifold Wisdom of God to be resealed evangelical counsels they responded to i a formi requires that Its adaptation and that voluntary poverty which is recognised gathered together In the name *f the 21. There may b* communttUa and

through her (cf. Eph. 3, 10)) divine call so that by being not only deal renewal take account of this diversity and highly esteemed especially today lAIrd by God's lave whkh has flooded the monasteries which the Iloly See. after

Despite such a great variety of gifts to sin cf.( Horn 6, 11) but also renouncing Go and provide that the lives of Religious as an expreision of the following of hearts ., its members through the Holy consulting the Interested local Ordlnar-

all those called by God to the practice the world they may live for < dedicated to the service of Christ In Christ. Spirit (Icf. Rom S, SI, rejolrei because" If"I ill Judge not to posseta reasonable

of the evangelical counsels and who, alone. these various communities be sustainedby lie li present among (hem (cf Malt. If,, hop for further development Them.
faithfully responding to the call, undertake They tine dedicated their entlr special provisions appropriate to each By It they share la the poverty ef M). should b* forbidden to receive novices In

to observe the same bind themselves lives to Ills lervlce. Tills eeastltules i. Christ who for our sakes became poor, the future. If It Is possible these should
Lord in t The monastic life, that venerable even though He was rich, sa that by Ills Moreover love turns up the whole flourishing'
to the a special way special cvntecratlon, whkk li deep); b* combined with other more
institution which In the course of a long might became rich (cf. S law cf. Rom 13 10)) binds all togetherIn
following Christ, who chaste and poor rooted U that .f baptism and esprtssei poverty we ( rommunltiei and monasteries whose
(cf. Matt. 8, 20; Luke *, Mi redeemer it more full)'. history hat won for itself notable renownin ler. I, I; Malt., "I), perfect unity icf ('ol. 3, 141 and by scope and spirit ii similar,
the Church and in human society,
know th.tI' hue crossed over
and sanctified men through obedient pourt'it Is It we
even to the death of the Cross (cf. Phil Since the Church has accepted! then should be preserved with care and Its not ttith enough regard to use to goods religious In a way sub Jet.t from death to life (It f, i John 3, Ill) Furthermore 22 Independent' Institutes and monasteries .
authentic spirit permitted to shine forth of the brethren Is a should when opportune and the Holy
2, I). surrender of self they should realize they will\ but members must the unity
to the superior's
are also dedicated to its service. ever more splendidly both In the Fast and In spirit their "risible\ pledge that Christ will return (rf. Fee permit, form federations U they can
Driven love with which the and the Vest. The principal duty of he poor both In fact N considered belonging to the asm
Holy as
This service of God ought to inspire In heaven (cf Matt. 6, John 13, 33; 17 21)) and a source of greatipostollc
Spirit Hoods thrlr hearts (( Rom I, SI and foster In them the exercise of the< monks is to offer a service to the divine Ireaiuies being energy religious family Others who base practically

they the more and more for Christ and virtues especially humility obedience, majesty at once humble and noble with. 20) should consider themselvesIn That all the member lie more closely Identical constitutions and rules

for Ills body whkh is the berth (cf. CaL fortitude and chastity In such a waj) In the walls of the monastery whether their Iteligloui assignments to be found byIke J knit by the bond of brotherly love. and a common spirit should unit, particularly *

1. UI). they share In Christ's emptying of himself they dedicate themselves entirely to own law of labor, and while theyprocure those who art called lay-Hrotheri. aiilitinti when they have too fw memo
divine worship In the contemplative life common ben. those who share the same
should be Finally
The more fenentlr then they are (cf. 1'hil. 2, 7)) and His life In the what ll required for their sustenance or sonic similar name
or have legitimately undertaken some Jrawn closely in to the life and work of or a.tr, similar active apoitolat
to Christ this total Uff'1on1 spirit let. Horn 8, llJi and works, they should banish
Joined by
and apostolate or work of Christian charity. the community Unless' tumiitiona ,..allylugrt'lt should become associated, one tith..
gift of themselves, the richer the life Faithful to their profession then Retaining therefore the chanct.ristksof all undue solicitude and trust themselves betaken other
of the Church becomes and the more leaving all things fur the sake of Christ the of \life to them they lo be (under) the provident care of their something else, car should of
lively I and successful apostolate (Icf. Mark 10. Mi., Religious/ are to follow should way revive their proper ancient traditions of r'ather in heaven Oct Matt 1,251.) that there he only one class 23. Ttili synod favors conference or

In order that the Irt'at'Ilue of him (Icf. Matt. If, 211 as the one thing service and so adapt them to the need Religious congregations by their con ,asters;\ In communities of women should be Only,. rmmclls of major superiors eitablliheii

a life consecrated by the profession of! necessary (Oct Luke 10. 42'> listening U of today that monasteries will become ititutkins can permit their member to hat distinction of persons the diver r by the holy See. These can contribute
the counsels and its necessary mission His words (Itt Luke 10. 391 and solicitous mstjtutiimi dedicated to the edificationof renounce inheritances both those which !sired which corresponds to very much to achieve tha |Islrisou cf

today may yield greater good to the for the things that are His (cf. 1 Cor. 7, the Christian people hose been acquired or may be acquired city of works for which the Sisters aredestined cash Institute: to encourage! more effec-
vocation from
Church the sacred synod lays down the 32)) Due regard being had for local tonditions either by special live coop\ ration for the welfare of the
following prescriptions. They are meant It Is necessary therefore that th Some religious communities according Religious communities should Cod or by rearm of special aptitude Church; to ensure a mor just dlitnbu-

to state only the general principle of members of every community seelttni to their rule or constitutions closely readily offer a quasUollertiv aimed to However monasteries of men and lion of ministers of the GOI'lC'lin' a ghen

the adaptation and renewal of the lilt God solely and before everything else, joined the apostolic life to choir duty and poverty and gladly UI' their own goals rommunitles which are not exclusively/ area: and finally lo conduit affairs of
should to their nature and
and discipline of Religious orders and should jean contemplation. by fctch. thy monastic oiuervances These so. for other needs of the Church and the lay can according Interest I* all Religioui. Sultabl coordination
their manner of life to the demands onitltutlons admit cleric and lay per.inns
also. without prejudice to their special fix their minds and hearts on Him, with adapt luppoit of the poor whom all religious and cooperation with apu-
characterlnttcs of societies of romlftOfIlife apottolKlove\ by which they strive to beaasnefated of the apoitolate appropriate to ibould love after the example of ChristY on an equal footing and with equal copal conference ihould be eitablihe!

,,'Itbout0..' and secular institutes with the work of red *m|>0oi them that they obsene faithfully theirway ( Matt. 1', 21; 23, J44d, James 2, 1)II rights and obligations, e.ce|>tng! those with regard to the txercli .f the aposto-
it has been of great thlch flow from sacred orderi.t .
of life,
Particular norms tar the proper ev and to spread the kingdom of God. store ; John ), 17*. The several provinces I.t..

plariatton and application of these nnn. I Let those who make profession el' service to the Cbuith. rod houses of each community should Papal cloister should .be maintained !Similar conference should also be

drift are to be determined after the the evangelical counsels seek and lose 10. Tb. religious life, undertaken by''lay bare their temporal goods with one an. In the cat of runs engaged! exiluilvely eitabliihed for secular Initltutn.

council by the authority In question. above all else God who bas fuel loved people' either men or women, Is a itate ether M that those who has more help In the contemplative' life. IInwI.r.I\ 24 Priests and Christian "u..tnt.
for the profession of the evangelkal the others who art in need nuit be adjusted to conditions of limo
us icf 1 John 4. got) and let them Itrl'tto should make serious effort U foster
the right
Holy Spirit renews circumstances a life hidden counsels whkh Is complete talh.tf. Religious communities have and place and obsolete .pfaUirei; supreni -
fooler In all religious vorationi, thereby Increasing
li required for
to poises whatever > >d. This should be don after due
2 The adaptation and renewal of the with Christ u God irf. Col. :3. 3) While .holding In high esteem Ikere- t.mlOuI1lfe; and work, unless this is (for. oniultatwn with the mona,terli In the strength of the Church, corrcipntid-

includes both the C'OftItMlrellll'l andPaergtica fore this way of life ae ttrM la the rule and constitutions i : ruleo log to Hi neads
religious life This Uve of God; bell tidies sudden. by their jueitlon. But other nuns applied by
to the sources of all Christian life that. lose o( ....1 seigbb.sakkh pastoral iwltalon the lurch In educating Wvertheleii! they should avoid every apostolic work outside the convent Tbi candidates should b* suitably

and to the original spirit of the institutes contribute to the! sahallnn of the joulk, rariag for the sick and carry .ippearanr; of lUlUf}'. excessive tlltb.nd ihould be tiempted from papal cloistern and carefully chosen la ardlnaryprehlng

and their adaptation to the changed ran .irld and the' building up of tile Oiirrk bat out Hi ether mlnlilrlea, the sacred th* accumulation of goods, order to enable' them better to fulfill the Ills ef the evangelical
firms these Religions in their rounieli and the Religious state should
stnod f
Tina renewal under entrusted to them.
ditioni of our tome the apostolic| : duties
. the Inspiration of the Holy Spirit and! Ux This love. In addition, quk-ken and vocation and urges them to adjust their Virtue of obedience
, guidance of the "hutch must be advanced directs the actual praitke of the evaneltral way of IU. I. seeders .,fili. obedience Religious .iccording to lit* "r.II.lllIlonl|> of their" rarest I*., ik....l i asters sal nr-
to the (f0 U principles. [ cnumelsDrawing 14 professing .In belt ,eklldre
according fl1l1ll& therefore the authe The sacred s>MIl declares that there rifer the. full surrender of their own willis onstltutloni. left rellfUns taeatUn

a) Since the Itlmate norm ef Ike tie a..urre of ChrUliaa\tf" n>.rH altt) Is nothing. to prevent some members of a sacrifice of themielvei to God and 17. TM religious habit, an outward mark .ky InalllUag ("ri.lI.. >lrt.. In. their

religions, life Is lilt folUwlag .( (kiln members nf HelictoM cwnmumliritnmiM 1tf'1I11ou. (communities Brothers! being 10 are united permanently and securely fit ronaecratlnn to Coif, should b* simple nearti.Religioui.

set forth (I. the GonprU let thin be held resolutely/ cuiovate both the sprit admitted to holy orders by provision of to God's salvlflc will.After and mode, pour and at the lam time communities have the rightI

by all IntUUtes at Ike klgheil rule ind practice el prayer In the first pines their general chapter in order to meet of Jesus ( heist lecomlng I* B'MitHm it mud meet thee I make themietvei knows hi order tit
to the the mend\ for prieatly ministrations Intheir the example health and lot lulled to fo.l.r'outloll' and leak candidate. In
shunt have recowrte daily ulrementi of
bt\ It redound to the fond 01tI.. they that the layrharacter she tame to .do the will of the ratherIrf. |
Holy Scriptures la order that, by reading own bruin trwtded 7 1'1.It. U.. rlrcumatantei of time and plane ando < Church that Institute have these son un Joka 1. 141; I, U| link II, ,
the remains
community le and
particular cfcaracteriaUrs and! "ark. and meditating on Hoty Writ they li aid "....ml.1 the nature of a the needs of Ih. ministry involved norms laid down by the holy *
worth .iknnwtnf changed. both and women Re- life. local Ordinary.
learn the. turpaMittg Phe ha ton of men
and may Inke
Therefore {let their founders sprit .,, (ll'klt.' I, Tl learnrtf obrdlenre
special aims then set before them. a* Jesus Chritt' 'tfttll 2. II.) They 11 Secular Institute although"" DM Religious arkool of aafferlag (el f. II'''. I, II 1. Igloos which do not conform to these Religious should remember (there It

well as their sound tradition-all af should celebrate' the sacred Irtargj. especially Institutes bivalve" a true and full" KelliUoi. same Ike molUn .( till arms, must t* cbangedEducation a* better way than their a". ..umpl.t. .
each the holy tnrruVe of tne M..M. ft the evaneiral! counsels In fllllll I. rominrnd their Institutes and gainrarulidata
which make up the patrimony of In profession 11.1, hplrtt subject tnemtelvei In
lif .
stitute-be faithfully\ head In honor ism but lips and heart as tilt Church the *.!M. This profeaiion Is recintniird .4 Ibrlr ..,.,len _It. hell l the. pi iff of fur the religious

ci All tMttutes should share .M the .leaves and n* nounon these sftrttaal life by the Church and con 1*rratei to God (M. tide lklr" galHanc they art H. Adaptation and renewal depend H. ftellgioiii inilitutd, for whom these
tne.r .*a f!mm Gus tlrlieit of anarre and women lay and clerical, who la ( heist ,Mi and renewal have
life of the Church, adapting a* men .. aene all their br Xkrs (;really oti the education .f Religious norm of adaptation!
and tmfkmenUM In accordant with So refreshed at the tavble of dtvto* live In the world Hence they should makea .i "krUt Illmielf la obedtrMe I* Ik' eon.OtJu.ntly neither "'III lerlral 1111 .be.n laid down, should respond gentroutly -

their 01 characteristics, the CWrh'sundertakings jw and the sacred aHar. of God, thevnB total eVditatxw of themselves to Gad lin .atker served Hit nretkren and laid ,;|fMi nor Iteligloui women should be I* tie ip.<'Ifkr vocation' God gave

and aims in matters s' Mi- live Orirt's mem ..rs at bnKfteriMnor \ perfect charity their! chef aim and .hue Illi life at a ,...... far many (rf.lad. .itigned to ipottolKr works Immediately them ai well ai their work In the

cal tttargical, dogmatic. pastoral ecumenirat. and love their pastors as sonikho the institutes themselves should pea Z e, Hi Jab' If, 14-11. !, tier the aovktiat Rather their riltglouiind Church today
and aortal M do and tntog and HMntsvg ever their eve I. e secularcharacter.
serve proper
joined with In-
muswaary nnre ta union with tile Church >4 cai'Aemtelrea that .be able to JUi they are closely "bound, to the wrvr apotiolr formation Tka seemed i).*d highly esteems
should among M may dl ract odto..rd
d) Inabttttri prwiwt atrvrtlOtI\ aria and M tent
wholly to Ml nua. knowledge
their members aa adequate nanny of oMainlng" apprnfrlat; degrees,
he measure of the full manhood ibedleace .f wkkk Orlal the' lord I I.1I1I..1t I.
of the social conditions of Ole tunes they 1. OrnmwniOfS whirh are entirely ded- ai It were, from the world the apottalatelor rhrUt ifph 4. UI> iMHt be continued ai needs require In .
the ,
fee ra and of IN needs of the Owen U .rated to c' nur| **.. semalar

such. a u.,. Judging current evert *tely newlwrs M nolstwde and. .....,. vttlimtftant It may te taken for granted however with and love lee the divine will itwuld U fder that the adaptation! ..f rail-. Mureover, their apixtolat, most

tn. the tight of faun and burning vents prayer and proem wtfllnttysndertaken. that a. great a talk .be able to aX. the memberi be etteinol and. that thoo* known. offers Ihla synod great hops (fir
apoetotkt teal, they nvay orally tkeflMehes! wntn God << unless S their rules and rontt r .ttmni H.aluui ..t b* Merely
Men nwrt etfectiverre itnne. reta. at all limn. M matter ..... ,IhnewfMr framed W matters dIvine andnwnnn hat they are rontrKwttng to buiMme. ; u*> ,m,,,4o,Ml try' r..!. in (he aerie ai.....Col.t" Ih* More lIt alt! Iteligten therel I "ftrwulwl

) TV SMTP*** *f the rob**** lie ist "....., tke nM4a ., the arts an.ntoMe 10 that they are truly a leaven M h* b 4y of f>rwt. nrrrdtng fo cioiJ. ",ay b. epwh| to these tat tt..CJeU.I M faith and. bird with love ('.,
OkfMt and be tM i>n>n< and .. ... fiOll act 1If1 W...... .b>v* of Ihe roil anJn
help U members Mto may l>e. an ......w. plate to tM the rM tr i l 5555 they. atwuM UM both the Lays ol ,.suit tie |,v.. .If. M.trwien raendmg <
.lied to God Owe*** the gees.sew of "hlyst' mal body of Christ Me '.nwen / win of UM hw4r ..f Christ htfrwritnerefswe "heir MU4Ht and win, and the gone tt .. on thHt .aIelistaal apxds ,: huf. of future glory .."....J U, ,...,
the er**( ra1 I fmnN h .*nM be ors do not all have the same fMsrtkM onouM pie aerie** attentionnfertolty .later and grate t* eiecute the ronin .eat wraonal I lain In Ih. curronU and .sewn of Christ Ihrmigh-Mjl the "hc\'
nanwt. kVrefnre. Mat the training to ... cord M tM their wrtoH may b* seen!
coM4aly! kept ta I Rom 12 4 to spiritual "' .M* and fusftll the duties entru.M U .tfM.4e. of atlme Md IsnnislM pre
even the beet ntjuMiMKi suede .as nre given members a* well ai eecewageMew ",hem In Iftii rdigmui ohMlien" ulMit M awial life Uxlay This echo a- >y all and our Father In h,.,en may Lath
r ,
...... euUtjotfug. )loreeverike I from letaeftMg beseech the V
nsdeu they art animatedby la that an iniefraiH' his 1t them
b snHrecttaal M
fee the sake of U\>. !wwaa. r*'M by esl'ndmg IN ir.edoh
t 12 I The chastity p
im' The smut tale ,! manifold re*.Ma of their k.tiNSSr.4t the reraH. I'['M Miry the gentle Mother ef Col
a ,.** .1 of rxt..ri,1 t5operlore M tit pert ef Religwu << **
Vfa" )If. U hK iReligious .f 0-0 H God leads it to
ol heaven MI
of fwd; wkfckIntotrH kingdom !. Anr
prinnate. .w even tilt *<-ti,* nun hair to the people ,aauiURebginui ...... W. la I mail for aU -
It 1 *y their eismt-U and wkkklias profess atouM be Wed anMlaUntag II sheet wh are M i' akwabl sane 4 .ml' tn. *.e. D* V "irgirtiU'-I U, r II. .. 1)
is try. of It ft.II" .i e"mnwil of t>* ***Ii eMfua'ed to
.[ ne. members\ Vr theta .,**..lal' girt ra< their. _hot eours *f tMtf 11'.. tt t-t< r1 ti. Oat their number may daily Increase
t The mawr: ef lrirg. "ayvg i*>4 hick U as effffhe a* N I It """tl. T**. Scott of maa .M a wqv Ushkoe be sJUktyeverywhere. adatatrd ., the 7. J2M ao that it say be More WfU ffsre in a way r"(wntn to God. *
**rkug haW fry are resealed'' to be a gWy .. and 'IN arts and It ......, Uke- t..*
bl ..pcc iaJljUrnterwa. m ........ ([iwrro and a .,Ila....., of n venlyrnrol. ...rd ntfa lose foe Gad and for an -aIVa Wy stroll ierrlM that otfttwrily o l .

to tt.. nwten iiklanala "[ u tt nU MJacnUUMS an a singular FUNERAL CHAPEL
a 4 )f7 w.ka1 cro.&staftv Utt oar tte teava'jly |*dl U.t alas O. ff. .itUJtalU HEATH
aeAUri sad alas as rt'toiSt.S ITti4 N"UA'u: th.V flutter U HvVJkbwOl r..af.i ty wnaia futtWM i lid JOHN S. RHODES JR. A:r Coa t;.,.eW c......l.. ,*).'..| ltFOSTIft

utwre U" cab both*. UU.. t.>.H U t.vlnd *.4i>rM to tte pew c.le tUnarh wttb U4j kse
Sims U the afoArfate, the 4e aa4s U apies and ntria of Uaatrs. u4 re sense fcf Cvd and lie weeks of tre FUNERAL DIRECTOR IULANCI S I fcVICII

culture and tonal) aide- .....- '...,.... I' ..'n ."ti 4 u..d the nee'.ws mi G.If.T.lsy QVswAtla fi.w.e41Ofs
state n .. .. ids la Shoe coy the' refs/. the "' .....
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rhrfle Flvnn, Fablola 1 Trrn ii J: The' Florida Catholic, FrM-M, DI samba S, 19M

Bfanop Barry 111.Iwt 1 Sullivan: )'l bble' \m: Father Lopez
The week In liturgyCuriosity
Islet. Citroija Simon Janet

High School McCoid, Susan Gnflis and High School

ST. riTFRSlURO: : On Carohn Also in Simon.scenes wire Malta DAVTONA BR\CH This about Christ is

November 19 and 20 of this Calleja Teresa Ra\, Kathy week students at Father

past week six students off Marcotte. Marv ,lane Blown. Lopez received the 12th grade

-hop Barry were privileged Sharon \\'o dard. (Claudia Florida placement text a trait that will benefit us

III attend a !National roienmceajue Row'lev. and Lyn Lodato. scores Out of a possible 495

I- ): workshop at the Uniitv i"I i- Ten 'committees a sifted in Jeffrey Seibert received 493 w A + Father Paschal Roland O..SB
"" of Honda campus in staging the plaIn Other top scorers were Mike

<.ancAillehe McCarthy 487: Samuel Brola, \ December 5SECONII

( ttoikshop consisted of 489: Thomas Carey, 475, s : : Sunday of Advent (Maw of Sunday, Creed,
nonxtration discus, James Hoefling, 474. Over 60() 1
of Trinity)
jn. and debates, lectures per cent of the senior class

, n d speeches by several scored well over the 300 Curiosity( is that drive or urge in a person for knowledge.It .

,;a;nlified) proCessors of the tl mark required for admissionto ___ Ikr Impel. one to touch something fleshly painted labeled
'::i\ptsitv: : and actual discus, the state universities J 1 Frebh Paint Do not touch!" Consctouslv or unconsciously:

on rounds in which the stu 4 f we frequently exercise this desire for knowledge
The slxlh week marking
dc its took part. St. John the Baptist; aroused the curiosity( of people and
The following is a list of the period came to a close with. many went out to the desert Just to see him not to listen to

.indents and their respective the usual honor assembly M him nor to acquire knowledge about the kingdom of God
Rusin excelnt together! 57 students attained r about Christ As they
alms:; Ralph| These same people were now curious
: Jack llcaley. good; Karl honors: 13 earned first hon ,1' y gathered around Him gently rebuked them because their

eilbacXer: excellent: Bobs ors; 44 students claimed second e turlllity8S( not motivating them to seek knowledge about

horn, excellent: and FdKirbv honors God (Gospel).

excellent; Also present Receiving, I first honors ., 9 tte too, should be curious about John the Baptist, but

was Maurice McGoff rated at were Margaret Sullivan, Bible vigil in Palatkathe most of all about Christ. Genuine curiosity, the desire to acquire

air All students were grateful Richard t Greleckl Virginia.: knowledge that will\ truly benefit us, should lead us to

for the experience Stellmg\ Jeff Seibert, Thomas The Catholic youth organization; of parish hall. Father David 0 Shea read and meditate on those passages of the Bible that prophesythe

Carey, Gary Beck, Paula Be- coming of Christ that describe His birth, and especially i
AH this past week, sfu St, Monica parish Palatka, recently m shown with from left, Charlene newt'
which contains the good to
( Dennis Doordan, Patricia the whole !New Testament
dents' of Mrs. June Mambrnne class playJ anger Glides Kathleen Ja pal ticipated in a Bible vigil and holy Crouch, John Townsend, Peggy Dobbs which the Gospel of today refers
I Biology. 1 class were Warren Julie and
hour Immediately following George Kynard
addressed b111': Pontler, M Btrre's Quality Street haly Kathleen McCormick, Monday December 1
member and their guests enjoyed a Louis Kalivoda.
hdward Somers and Fliza\
who gave a talk on the vanes was presented on Tuesday of st Mchola. (Mass of feaat, Gloria 2nd Prayer Gf
gems and precious stones. l last week II the senior cttti beth Stevenson. buffet supper and square dancing; in previous Sunday Common Preface,)
second honors
.t the Academy of the Receiving -
play --- ---
Mr Pontier private gem Holy Names, TampaAmong were Annette Mealcy. Mary There are many delightful legends about this fourth-cen
collection is valued at $35,000. CarUun Dena Stellmg Ma Diocesan H.S. footballDaytonans the Crusades hu relics!
those in the cot were, from Itft, tury Bishop of Myra i Turkey i During
Hi donated to Bishop Barry Merge Franklin, Kathy Wheeler laky \cale Thomas Brown, were brought to Barl in Italy in 1087 and enshrined there His .

a ten pound slab of jade, end Patti WiIIi.ml.Bishop Thomas Gildca, Raymond known as a great friend of children the original "Santa

valued at approximately $150 Kcigher, Dennis Pi'Ice, Richard down/ Melbourne (laus\ :Many places still have the custom of children hanging

along with specimens of Horflmg Carmen :Muir, up their stockings( !: on the eve of his feast to be filled with
quartz aluminum ore, amethyst Roger: Fox, Patricia Lawler made blessed Nicholas famousby
0 ,
candies and fruit
and azurite, which he Barbara Ixicfflcr, Clare Lynn fast Coast teams, aerial ended on the one yard ne>cd to Key West for their you he
Moore T\\O countless miracles (Prayer of the Assembly): may
hopes Barry will use to begin Moaley Robert Sl'arby, Michael her Lonez High line He then towed for what final contest now bring happiness to the children of the poor throughout the

a substantial mineral collection Carey, John Hoffman, School of Daytona ISeach and became the winning point ('oH<'h Ed Dro/ds flashes world

report Jim Arias High SchoolORLANDOThe Steve Rawlins, Linda Carry, Melbourne Central Catholic after touchdown easily dl"utrdIar: Iminac-

Paramedics Barbara Griffin, Theresa Ja High School, inaugurated a The speedy signal!: caller ill:ile High !School there, 37-1. Tuesday, December 7ml

held holy Veronica Mannque, day: football rivalry in a game next returned a Melbourne M ,\ >r"i*. (Mans of feast, Gloria, 2nd Prayer efprev
Club a meetingon <<
Academy of the Monday night tn discuss Price. Rosemary Bonm, that closed the season for punt % yards for the second The St Augustine!: team ioua Sunday, Common Preface)

Chdilenehalon. Barbara each squad Lopez| II. Before the first spread their touchdowns,
Holy NamesTAMPA their recent convention They Jabdlj, I Linda Albury, Barbara half ended, Stuart Fagan intercepted scoring three in each half. Alternating As a layman and governor of Milan he was chosen by
also committee reports, Coach Budshers Green
cave Kozak, Maureen Kei a Hustlers paM in putting points on popular acclamation: of its citizens to be its Bishop in 374,
Senior ( t lass Wednesday after school thestudent /gher:: Rosalinda taper. I I'hy Waves defeated the favored' and dashed 26 yards for the the Scoreboard were Joey which: was ratified by the Church and the emperor He was a

members\ of the Academy of council held a specialmeeting lann Scherschel, Jane Skipp, Melbourne Hustlers, 01.. winners final points, Merrill, Bobby Webb tddllDro7.d. : man of many gifts and great learning One of his claims to

the Holy Names her presented to discuss raising Denise Urso, Linda Petruc- Playing' at home, the Melbourne Steve Newman, Marshall fame Is his famous convert the great St. .Augustine, who with
Coach Rohblns team
a four-act comedy, Quality funds for their project of providing clan). :Michael Altos Christine unit easily won the Ray Hartley and Bobby himself Is one of the four great Doctors of the Latin Church.

Street by J. M Barrie. at the a bulletin hoard with. Biecn, Monk Huber, C>ntlna battle of statistics in first contending for a regional rutsler The Hashes' season! He convinced entreated. rebuked with perfect patience and
school auditorium on November glass covers' for the hall outside limnpionnhlp berth kept the doctrine the great, such as as well as the humblest
Karl, Debra loge, Joseph downs 119.91 i and rushing record ended with three wins emperors
23 Members of the pi in the cafeteria pressure\ on the Maves but members of his flock /list Lesson).
receiveda Mmihan, John Mogge, yardage ((214 :191. but succumbed and seven losses. :
cipal cast were Marc Franklin This week seniors were able le score only erne,
] Patti Williams Kathy report of their class standings George Potee, Michael Shay, to the passing ((91 to on a !tl yard run by :Mike\ Back of the week: Wednesday. December (

Wheeler, lorraine Verdcrber which showed how they :Sullivan Meredith Small and Kathryn tonans'144 yards) arm of the Day killer, which boosted; the Larry Balew ski. Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Mrtm; Mary.

June \alen l, Pamela Bailey, compared scholastically t i with quarterback Larry hHlfb rli'l point total fur the School (Masa of east, Gloria, 2nd Prayer of previous Sunday,
Mr Coley PAD, class 51 rather Lopez High
I alewfckl Throwing a yard
Mary Robol Andrea r1 Saieh, the other students, reports In the : season to I Ill. Creed I, Preface of Blessed I Virgin.) TillS IS A HOLY.
ticipated con end Dave
to ,
pai\ essay pass
Don the works
Mi- Lloxsey Lineman of
Mathilde Perez Pisanty,
lest Dangers of Communismto Balewskl started the scoring Roth teams finished with DAY OF OBLIGATION.I ,

the American of Life,"' first records, rather lx- Dave Booth
way early In the quarter winning the
nder the title of the Immaculate Conception, MII'1II
sponsored by the Llk i Club from where the Green Waves showing Tampa CatholIC High School
plunging over |lien
SCHOOLSAcademy special patroness of the United States. Not only chastity and
A number of students S41, while :Melbourne Central
Final scores: purity, but all virtue is encompassed in the doctrine of Mary'sconception
duced some fine ]How. fine mark was 8
s season
Melbourne Father Lopez High M free from Original SIn and all its effects She is
ever time permitted only wins and only two" losses!
Calh 6 the perfect Christian. Let us pray to her today for the graces
four students to read their Melbourne Cent
Of The Holy NamesResident themes Linda Albury Jeffrey Catholic Tampa Catholic High School that will bring us to Christian perfection. 0 MIry "You are
Central also concluded a record sea.Olin. Tampa Catholic :* the glory of Jerusalem the Joy of Israel the honor of our
.lv. Srihcit Paula Fox and
school for rli. Grades to fw Fully
end one
q defeating Berkeley Prep! Berkeley( Prep eSt people' i Meditation Song), and the pride and example of all
accredited. Program 'include college preparatory and general l Karen Kitaif IKOIRM: : A Mission
courses, music, art and tporh Conducted by Siterl of the Holy !Society has been formed at MO In a game that gave the. Joseph Academy 37

Names, 3319 Biyihor Boulevard, Tampa, Florid. Melbourne Central Catholic ('ru adtn the Ray Coast Conference Mary Immaculate IIS 1SI. Thursday December IMAM
New films
High School Officers are: championship a* on Sunday (Common Preface.)

..."*.< 'N.11d Illtlftt" tf IM Thomas; Jxanlon, president: (nah' Tom Murray's team
ROSARIAN ACADEMY ll|.II It llttKJtlrtvi Barbara' Scanlon, vice president plating In the RC for the Margaret Christ gave His credentials to the disciples ef John the

Resident and diy school for qirli, on shores of b..utiful Late .\, Section I 1Slurs Ceimaine Sicolo sec're. first t lime, finished! with a M Baptist: Die blind see again, the lame walk the lepers are

Worth. Grades one to fwtlvt. Fully "".dit.d. New Build- tary Kernaidme Haspcr, mark! In that circuit and ended !. Mary School cleansed, the deaf hear the dead are raised to life. and the

mqi. All sports, music, art, dram.ti Directed by S t<*" of ( IInuhjl'dllllllllll treasurer>> with a fine right Mint, time "l od news is preached to the poor" l Gospel)) These al*. are

St Dominic For catalog address: Registrar for general. patronage) The chapel duties of tie fusses mark for the 'seaton WINTFR: (P\Rk Seventy the credentials. + of the Church which continues the mission of

ROSARIAN ACADEMY. WEST PALM BEACH Mission Society Include takmg members of the Mother Chnst Those who are spiritually afflicted; those Minded,

Ileilremer, The I IF:nip! Pica ) ate of cleaning!:. changingthe The 'ru8al'n' backfieldtook Pauline Club of St Margaret crtiptod, deafened, diseased even those dead in sin, are restored .

flowers. and filling the religious a liking to Corral Stadium Marv School scattered recentIv to spiritual life and health by her Priests, "other
( h'"4 A, Section I II pamphlet|> ( rack with each of the four through all the shopping Chniti," by the administration of the Sacraments.

(01 lordly Ii iinoheitionahle| November: 23 marked the regulars scoring "a touchdown area in Winter Park buying Friday December 19Mavt
end of a clothing drive! for On the game s opening dolls Their. aim was nothing
for adult and adoli stinti,) a" It" Sunday, ((2nd Prayer of St. Melchiadei,
Di !Relief rund series fullback Larry St.
Ihe hops lets than 40 dolls to fill 40
Great Wall The (Magna: Hunt scored on a two yard bassinets at the new Mercy Common Preface)

Kid Rodelo (Para ) plunge, and halfback Kevin Ml"IflC'llCenlpr The dolls are Miracles were Chri t's proof that He was the Son of Cod

Perpetual Help I'oweis repeated for a ) yard to be given to the first 40 and God alee' the promised Redeemer and Messiah! When
(list .\, Si-e (ion 111
TIn\ the first quarter babies to be horn at the new J. the Hapdats dwclples' asked If He were the Messiah,

(Morallv: unobjectionable| High School ('ru aders' llwbuker HuveI hospital Two sets of twin Christ commanded them to relate to John what they had .....nrtOlpl'II

for ailulto) T.\\11' \ -- .\tmty In |Hib, M'lh made (this nlfenie P"slble .. dolls have been supplied Justin They had tea a leper. a blend man, and a paralytic

he Braking, puramedu and with in interception enI case cured, they heard about tor perhaps w tM>*edi I the recovery

Do :Nd DiMmb (Fox) teaching: has been un In'taken I:rrkrlev near mid-held. The project was diecuuecl of the dytog *ervw t of a government official and thai vI theAMftrier

itt : t'v tiw' Class\ ,\, Section!' |\' bv students( of hir lady of The Tainam quarterback, at one of the first club meetings ef J...,..
in October. and all the
Peipclial' Help Huh St.'hoot. GAry Taylor plunged for a enthusiastic Satanky December Itst.

0101'1111lIullhlt'C.tlllltalole according to re|>orter, lar- second qusiter touchdown girls were The in ".niaiK I.I I I.MSM e>f one e r maws supreme pontiff .
launching the program
a for with men Caltaglrune.l'nrensic ,\fter Intermission" Taylor purpose of the t tube throughout a. Gloria, 2nd Player of previous Sunday Common

b reservations) who 1 reteived league. memlxrs who! upped his season's |paws. t the school I is to make thefoundre Preface I ILhrrwg
r distinction sane to Kun( In
lag yardage over of the Sisters of
Juliet of the Spirits Ri//oli( s
the reporter and Imiseil- completing 10 of 22 attempts the reign of this Pope ChrtatiiMsiU became the ef
l"ltr""d" Charity better
lemaire: excellence, I hilip against Berkeley, threw for known through mutation of trial, rellMW of the. Roman Empire Latin superseded Greekas

LoyolaUniversity EDUCATION FOR Fernandez Sylvia Fernandez a 73 yard gainer to end Tom her works ef charity, which the Uivruaie of the man u the. street The brilliant St
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St. Peter's from World's Fair J'' Biography of Menendez publishedby

By Giuseppe Pisanl dead Son anchored In Spellman of New York and St. Augustine Historical

NAPLES; Italy (NC) Naples harbor after Its others who had arranged and Society

In the dead of night and long voyage on the !.I. S. supervised its return, he Slidhe Florida's )Menendes by Albert Manucy (The St. Augustine .
Cristoforo Colombo from was "happy Indeed that It 1 .
under a pelting rain the ii returned Historical Society St. Augustine, Florida, 104 ''"
New York and the World's safe and sound,, Y40 lwwi *:*'"
1 fa"
ocean liner bearing the Fair. and this is due to the solicitude r 1 1'1,", $3.50; paperback, $1.50)). 'VAU(

Fieta, Michelangelo's statue and ability of those in '''f told here is .
The the life of Don .
of Pieta arrived at the charge of ita transport." i BRIEFLY Pedro Menendezrrtll6eh( r-i- -. J

Mary mourning ber Vatican shortly before 11 p m. "I am also pleased," he *, founder of St Augustine 400 years ago. rTh \
on November 12. It and .wniit.tlnn. .f M..n..n.I.. ... 1M "MI.._ ju.. 01.,- LL. _, V-1 .r--.! __
Its said, "that at the New York -: runiuiii-u uy mis niBionan -'
Cardinal companion statue had proceeded Fair Cardinal Spellman bad who takca Mrncndct from; '(

from Naples by truck the statue very well placed r- youthful I recruit to Admiral tional Park Service at the \
north along the autostrada Castillo de San Marcos in St.
from esthetic and spiritual !, then ti Adelantado. ..
Beran had taken the ao-called Rao of view. I Augustine and elsewhere. ".. ,
to fourUnitedStates points saw that colonial administrator, and k\S. -\
cordo Anulare or Ring Road when I was there." General The author of Florida's
finally Captain ofSpain's "
that circles Rome entered He said Cardinal Spellm.nm.de Menendei has been engaged

the city from the west and the statue "an apologetic mightiest fleet In the work of collecting, ImnNs, I

finally reached the Vatican.As ..r&UmeDt"alarlumtnt In the forward Father Michael ) calendaring, comparing ..ndrrltk'ally .. .1 I. Cj '/
.e V. Gannon, director ofSt. reviewing all of the ,"UI" It'; of :
ROME (NC) A Czech soon as the council Fathers for religion. s +.i AU J5lint'l Mission of known ::.II- '.l -. '.'
material .
documentary .
He confessed that the absence I.
Cardinal who left! the Vatican
spent 18 years City Nombre de Dios, writes that .II.L&
relating to Menendei'! life and "
of the statue had "af '"
under nazi and communist de. basilica at the end of a working the day that Menendes careerIn I car '
tendon will make a tour of assembly workmen began flicted" the basilica."I "strode ashore at the site c7

the United States In 16 at the Job .( restoring the don't believe that it will called l l Nombre de Dios'Name this, his newest !In"k. ,.:,

t the invitation of several Pita I t. Its pedestal In the ever again happen that the of God), and named Mr. Manucy has done a ierv flit YoSt C.llleill lop

American Bishops first chapel *n the right as basilica "is deprived of its his settlement Saint Augustine Ice (I. history buffs, became

ont enters the largest church treasure, he said. he Inaugurated a new practically! speaking, prevluslr IndiansA
A three-seek lour li bring After the Pope's words
In Christendom epic in the history of western \ there was ne biographyef
arranged for Joseph Cardinal Vaechmt turned off all the 1'edro Menendes for the s.td.menl In Mnnd
And the fruits of that
Bens ef Prague by Bishop There was only one moment lights In the great church except man. could be general reader In F.nglUh.: limo hid a difficult }dins making .
John Morkovsky, apostolic of real tension As the for those Illuminating epic seen only DO e oo of it, dye to the In.

administrator( of the Calves boxed statue was being i the statue. Pope Paul and the years later, at Nombre de In making( the founder of diani. Thus, M.n.nd.e found,

ton-lloua'oie diocese Immedlairly wheeled across the basilica others stood for some moments See Pieta In place Aloe, and at 30 other missions Florida better known, Albert uyt Albtrt Manucy (In lei, Mw

after Easier: floor, a metal ventilationcover contemplating Michel- on the coast and in the Manucy has done two things book, that of seven tflmintsIt

broke under the weight angelo's masterpiece of the Mutual satisfaction is in the expression hereof Interior where :26,000! North of special\ I Interest to The founded b.tw..n I 154 and

Receptions and I lectures and the cargo suddenly tilted dead Christ and His grieving Pope P.ul1 and Francis Cardinal Spellman, American Indians had learned Florida Catholic readers: (ItHe I I$69/ four were dihoy and
have Christianity and the rudiments
already been planned In to one side. The statue was mother Then with lights on Archbishop of New York that has clarified the reasons the otktr won in danger,
of :
European arts
Washington, Philadelphia and righted, however, and was again, the Pope repeated his. for Menendei' execution of
Chicago as well as in Houston undamaged.The thanks to the Americans who Pieta is back in (place within St.1't'tl'r'l crafts" French enemies (says Mr. Te<|iiesta, Carlos, and Toco
the Bishop said. St. Pro- Basilica, Vatican City after its exhibition Father Gannon notes that bags
hal brought back Manucy "Decisions equally
work of the Pieta <<
copius College in Lisle, till- began when the case unpacking with the and took his leave.VATICAN for two years at the N.Y. World'a Fair Mr. Manucy, since 19.10, has objective, and on a considerably Mr. Manucy writes, In his
nose, has made plans to confer !been an historian fur the Na- Fpllflgue::
larger, scale
statue Inside -- :
In --
was place on --
-- For those of us who consider .
an honorary
upon made In our times t we of the
a platform the
the Cardinal. adjoining Pope on South America the vast distances of
age/ may not cry
pedestal and on a level with
the IGIh Menendetsurprises
Bishop Markov sky said h. century
It. shim at Menemlei"); and,
was In contact with several us with his mobilityIn
((21 he shows the strong faith
other American Bishops who Photographers' lights<< flashed of Mrnendex fid, the man moves with

have expressed Interest In as the protective plasticwas Church brings salvation to I'tdro1111 among the such celerity from plan to

Cardinal Beran'i visit, but swept uay and the area younger sons of an Aviles family place that It II difficult to

that so far the details of the head of the Sorrowing Mother of 70 children. For most keep the narrative straight

itinerary have not been set appeared. CITY (NC) Pope I'.ul1 haa calledatheiatic Catholic Church It was needful, to take
and disorientates the Ilmhop, who places his of his M years, h* sailed the
tied He said the Cardinal has Francisco Vacthml watch marxism "the moat destructive! and yet the moat good people faith in Providence seas The romance of his life Chrlitlanlty to the Indians

expressed a desire to tint as ed with the director of the enticing" economic-social force influencing latin Ameri "It does not always create "Here it Is a case of seeing was Florida: In. letter to his This Menendei was a responsibility

many centers of emigrants as Vatican museums. IVoclecio ca. a )poutive religious: environment whether the Church has always administrator' In Florida (Septemlier accepted n S Y

possible during his visit. Redig de Campos, and the The Church for its part "muat bear witness with ac but If it does create it, taken advantage: of Its 7, 1174)) written about welcomed not In a lukewarm
general but
The Texas Bishop born In director of'Illean City s tions that it bas been not only an integral in the It Is outside of and to the detriment goodi for the community the same time that h* sat fur way. si aienunat
part matter to be handled
America is of Czech I technical services KorleoGaleanl. : I
ancestry. of the the painter Titian Menendeiwrote
!. Mr. Vacchlni was at formation of each of the countries of Latin America, but compact" unityof avoiding the pitfall of allowing '. with grad

:the dock in Naples for( the unloading desires today to be a beacon Catholicism itself to become\ weighed We agree with the St. Ar.guntme :.
Ill "After the salvation of
messianic .
social mangemakes down In some places by tin.presluctive mv
]! He is chief engineer of light and salvation a f human The Pope then dwelt en err- soul there Is nothing In this Historical Society tt.t;
math goods
worldly especially
progress ,
in the of transforms lain fundamental .1( this book represents an Inv
at St Peter's. aspects
I proceiw
JACKSONVILLE and .. ertnnmlc and land which do not world! I want more than to he
It was at the suggestion of !Ion that la taking place temporal goad founds every the hurrh's apostolic location have (ho function today they In Florida, to end my days dlana.portant contribution to Fit; ,
]Redig de there" he said. In latin! America. souls I ."
Campos, expert hope, once did, and which It would saving

CI)n Michelangelo, that the For this sort of activity on Among the principal alms be wise to put to better use Some nf the feats of der-
M HOMEOWNERS CI I statue was returned to a "It sets up a doctrinal! and ring do related In this blogra JACKSONVILLETHE
the part of the Church, the he cited the duty of a lliihnp "It Is our duty to point out
i.. .... smuts I perfect level on the pedestal Holy Father said, "It wouldbe practical atheism. It proposesand to rare for and comfott his and we are I rather than on forward/ and harmful to f.llinto a slate fosters violent revolutionas Priests to put himself out for la this In public that rer of an historical novel. For example

iM-e** J.cl Wilcoi AgtnfMrtiM I sideways slant It had had for of timidity of fear and discouragement the only means of solvingthe his seminary, to search far thin episcopates of stun there Is a passage d...

PKonFL92lllExcellent C renturies.Tw which disarms problems It points out vocations, and to entrust the America, encouraged and au. scribing an attack by the
L". b, I few sap ta.ry and exalts the example of French during stormy weather Hartley Press
slays later N and dl'prh'I'n the bet laity with retKHMlbl1itlet| Riven thorised by this Apostolic See!
n tinker countries where it has Its .
men of the motivation required put to them by the CIJIInt'II."We have put large extensions of that Is told with such' verveas
IS. I'*,. r..11\ went Ideologies and Us into 1110 Kelly( Str*.tJ
1 : systems In mike for great '1"-
for difficult arduous mention at he the Church's land at the dlspfHial
C'Gn.ItnK'tJ't last -
tot* lilt bugles U see the '''1'<1. .cUn..;".. rU. J5M770
? A1 tUlue MW that H was safely' work. "In the religious sphere ..Id. "th lack of financial' of the neediest of their iwnne|
of "
Speaking rebellions Indians
I tack Inns Ms "The Church mutt have means whkh are also meccaairy faithful, for rational production
Ug voyage the Pop continued "it, .
is who put to death his
I thread.Befori. faith In Itself and must know to the Church, even pledging themselves to
how to 'Instill courage and antt-Cithotw present and sets In motion though they do not constitute follow the process of land ,. men, Menenilei li quoted, SAY IT WITHFlowers

Francis Cardinal faith in Its sons, ministers of all skies, which propaganda menaces from the the principal preoei'upatlon of (clamation. "n., were gixd men I

God and the faithful remindIng spiritual unity of the continent 'I,, '. '; am very ..rr". It-it In our
them that the weapons produces uncertainties *orb, death and hardship 11I11lulu
HI:XIMXS: DIKIXTOKV; of our warfare are nut carnal' and doubts, turr. cannot .he avoided.Mar Ailed Florist Of N.t. FU.JACKJONVMUt'kMH .
pre< a l II'' k
Inlwr.ras but powerful before God' .2< ef trust In the sock of the fiod; reward these brave
Car 10 41 I .Idlers."
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Nn4& 5H .. .... ...... "The moment Is propitious !
._-._ ....... .......-.. M" the ecumenical council has L.A, Times warns In reiorti| I in the crown
5r .-.-.-.tut- _- u IN* M-I. MMtlWI aroused a strong awakening ; !" t J Menendei was able to show Thunderbird
"ri., I even settlements/ had !been '
of which
1 energies one mint
against dropping
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: The Florida Catholic, Friday, December 3,1963" "(" "'" '. '-
------- Winter retreatsfor
Congo food shortage aided
'. :

Triduum of prayer precedes ':I..4j.: by international relief next women February set

UOI'tU.U\1U.E; (NC) The United States Air
ecumenical { TAMPA: Two winter retreats
council closing / ; .;..: ,;; Force, Catholic Relief Service*-National Catholic Welfare are in the offing for

Conference, OXFAM and a Congolese-sponsored relief women of the Diocese, it was

(MlMit hoe gin *..)) to Issue a pastoral trllrtlonlhat Reformation that a Pope has committee in Kivu province have joined hands to aid announced here this week.

would be helpful to the that famine-stricken east- -.._ .'.. lk The word came as the members
birth control "pill" therefore joined non-Catholic Christiansto rom ..?...J". near" ".e: Cud ?"
continues to be illicit for faithful without taking a standas pray for unity in a major rrn Congo area. border through !Mahagi on of the West Florida Laywomen's -

Catholics, pending possible let on the medical aspects Roman basilica The effort began on November the shores of Lake Albert, to Retreat Association

rulings in the future. involved Specific results of the vote 17 when a C130 transport the Bunia area reported plans for their fall
General meeting' Sunday. December
plane brought Major
The Holy Father Is expected The council proposal, meanwhile dealing with the reorganiza Charles Stone, USAF Strike This large srale relief( 5. at the Floridan Hotel, 905

to reorganize! completely tion of the Congregation: for Command, to Leopoldville as operation Is a program of ('.5. Florida Avenue Tampa

the Church's top office the the Propagation! of the Faith, the U.S. representative at the food distribution jointly administered A luncheon served In the
Spanish visitors for its worldwide missionary Church's top administrative by Church World 12.30
Congolese national army day Carriage Room at p m.,
office for the
activity has been modified but missions, festivities. Church World !Sen Ice and CRS-.NCWC: for will precede the meeetmg..
attend Mass still establishes a new bodyto were not Immediately avail. Service (Protestant relief the eastern Congo: Immediately following the
able. But
handle council officials said
specific problems agency) made six tons of U.Spowdered luncheon, there will be IaI1
there was no doubt that the Planned
submitted to it by the Pope. as an emergencymeasure
available for
milk of officers.
Oldest MissionST modification proposed by the an intensive cam
The modification
was ap airlift to Coma in Kivu.
commission In charge of the paign against hunger will bewald For luncheon reservations,
AUGUSTINE proved in a series of 10 votes whichOXFAM
Greg.orbs CRSNCWC, through
missions schema to limit the ( for six months The contact Mrs, Brice LaLonde,
Lopez Bravo and his wife, taken at the council's 165th yir nude
deliberative power of a new 1 recently a gift campaign will then phase itself P 0. Box 904, Lakeland
and other dignitaries,:: representing general meeting, held on No. body had been accepted by a of six heavy-duty' trucks to into small development 3. 8o1.
the Spanish Govern. \ember 30 after a week's re transport food into famine
large schemes villagers I I.
majority. ,
ment attended the 8 o'clock cess. es areas, supplied a three-ton encouraging Father Laurence' E. Big
to take their former
Mass last Friday morning in The votes completed the Another modification approved 4t, and a seven.ton truck. The rural existence up from gins, spiritual director of the
the chapel at the Mission of council's review of the re during Tuesday's \ot. two vehicles and the milk left away organization has announced

Kombre de Dios. Senor Lopez vised schema on the missions, ing!! Is that the Bishops who t I here on the C-l.TO which, the urban centers plans for two winter retreats,

Bravo is the minister of industry thus readying the documentfor are to be representatives on touched down in Goma four !I. be held at the Holy Name

In Spain. final adoption at the this new commission will not hours later Priory, San .\ntonlo.:"Florida

After visiting the 40).year- plenary meeting of December! be elected by national Bishops' A local famine committee- Pope Paul cites February IS-ZO and February'

old Mission of Nombre de 7. conferences, but rather Including members of the %%-4.

Bloc, the Spanish guests flew During the November 30 will be chosen by the Pope tl provincial government, Protestant hunger as threatto Area Directors, Parish Representatives
to Cape Kennedy for a tour meeting it was announcedthat after consultation with the l ere.1ilLii. and Catholic missionaries Retreatanti,

of fie United States moon. Pope Paul VI would take Bishops' conferences ( United Nations specialists world Associate members, and Interested
part in a unity service with in rural development and peace
port.Father Michael V. Cannon, non.Catholic Christian coun In other' words, the Pope retains World Health Organization (CMtMM< Me ,... Wl I women are invitedto

director of the Oldest Mission, cil observers at the basilicaof full control over the specialists in Kivu-met the world the question of hun attend the December 8
celebrated the Mass and spoke St. Paul Outside-the-WaUs propagation' congregation as Pope fo honor Our Lady aircraft at Coma. ger" meeting

of the history of the Mission on December 4. The service one of his executive offices. He took note of the fact that
aDd the work of the St. Augustine will be the first time since the But at the same time a larger The Vatican press office fi II cil will com to *n tnj-Popo This committee look charge: during their recent meetings Canadian prelatechampioned
Foundation. He conducted role in policy\ decisions is announced that on December Paul VI is scheduled to make of distributing the milk t* FAO representatives' have Indians I Ion"
guaranteed to those t, the f..it of the Immaculate thousands of children suffering
tht traditional
persons visit downtown in
a tour around the grounds Catholic educators set learned "that more than half \\'.\. Ontario (NC) -
for the visitors. and organizations most concerned Conciption-and this year, the Rome to the itttu of the Immaculate : from "bwakl a sometimes the world's population suffers Louis Coudert I
annual convention date with the Church's day the Second Vatican fatal disease resulting Bishop Jean
After this early morning missionary Coun- Conception in t Ii. hunger that entire peoples ofhitehor
OMI. 70 vicar apostolic
WASIII\: ( TOCThe(: ) activity Di from protein deficiencies.
visit to St. Augustine, Senor Spagna.Perched are undernourished and that, \\ e. Yukon, who diedon
Lopez Bravo and his party left National Catholic Educational: on a ladder high Official WHO figures! indicate owing to the economic mechanisms November 14 In Rome

for the Cape.Accompanying. Association will hold its fvtrd Sharing our treasure abov the rooftops, here, in a that 20 such children of the modern world, while attending, the Second
annual convention at McCormick
the minister recent year, a fireman salutes were dying each day In Kivu the gap between rich "peoplesand Vatican Council, won fame
were Miguel Sails, director Place, Chicago, April 11 the statue after placing a up until last April, when the poor seems to increase instead throughout Canada for his

general of metallurgy; Julio to 14, the association of Cath Be missionaries wreath, of flowers on the Madonna local! I committee was organized of diminish. work among Indians
olic educators has said here. by
Calleja, director general for the column that
and an emergency( "Your misnies A native of France Bishop
Meeting under the primary ,
and Munio patron.
power; Aguirre de towers over the Spanish Steps
feeding set with Coudert ordained to the
Career' minister of the age of Archbishop John P. program up that *f setting man free from was
Span. below. the Eternal
love Throughout
and food CRSNCWCand <
supplied by Priesthood on November J,
ish Embassy in Washington.Uruguay's Cody of Chicago, a past presl- example City, Romani decorate statues hanger appears therefore
Church World !ServiceCongo. In
dent randlthmrd 1919 lie was consecrated
general: of( the association by an1'11 greater
of Our the feait.
the know how Lady on That figure has been of which er're 1936 to serve ai coadjutor
Cardinal convention sessions you you can problem )
DO Here in the Diocese of St.
will be In reduced considerably due to the .r( vicar apostolic of the Yukon
guided( by this theme: help promoting the fully a..rl'l: problem
authors 23rd book "Curriculum for Renewal." unity of Christians? You can Augustine, ichool children willhave the joint effort but the tragedy development lour tank beromes and Prince Rupert lie/ was

:MONTEVIDEO; (NC) Despite "In the light of the ecumenical do this most effectively by families no observe classes the that day, of at of 'bwakl" in the east a* educational one. named vicar apostolic of
ill health Antonio Father holiday Congo( Is still far from over \\hitehors in 1944Daytona .
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obligation on December B, The two OXFAM trucks 1 It is a matter of enabling
dinal Barbierl of Montevideo an overall curriculum embracing jour churchless friends and I John A.
his .j.ii ---- --- will cover a vast area ranging I lest favored countries to
has published 23rd book We -
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of the' Word of Cod Himself,
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Tins XI. "is the gift of Faith. a theologian said hue,
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means of gratitude: in our all nations teaching!! Pope) to umpire a baseball: systematic theology at the this evolution"
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MART (hrlst founded not a multitude lose to God will," he said tOO wart .
about it, answering questions, ot Fraser admitted the network
SAN REMORESTAURANT (hurches but only '
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Wunda W"' lending him Catholic books, program judgment He said Great chunk Furniture; kola I- .. .
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of Notre Dame Press) gates or h..lIshall not prevail Bishops named for (atholtc historian was .... e.a
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little if and yet they pedestal and walked down golden crown. It li called the
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he had lived." were dusty, and soiled, and the chapel aisle and out the Holy] Infant of Prague It ,
is a little statue of the Christ Child dressed
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like a tiny King and wearing a olden crown. The dress So she railed a sculptor and as though they had been worn. though in a dream. And all Holy Infant has blessed
with its! royal cape may be part of the statue itself, or maybe had him make the statue she for a long journey! She night long she followed the and cared for those who preserved i Central at Third Street
made of velvet or silk and trimmed with ]lace, fur or wanted. She sent messengers: changed the little clothes heavenly Child as He walked His statue and many
pearlt. If the drens is made of cloth, very likely it is a In the rUin to buy for her again: and again: the next day up and down the roads of the miracles are reported by the i Phone 894.4308
gift to the Infant Jesus from someone who is grateful to lovely pieces of silk and velnet they were dusty and worn, world, looking for sinners to good Carmelite Priests who r St. Petersburg
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holy Family when they were small pearls and other pretty tiny tear at the hem as shoes and dress were worn) ............._. .
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granted on her very things to though it had caught on a Hers were worn too, when at
lava you ever wondered pleasing to God. You might She said many prayers briar. last they slipped back into ever wan such a lady, It Is a
why a Maine of the Christ have thought, then that God while she was making the and decided her little chapel and she taw gold story for us I tll remember i .c.-'C..OItR'.l

Child should be dressed this would Rive: her all that the dresses She told other people She was puzzled herself how the little figure step back up especially at Christmas
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reason is, of course, that ask them. help the poor. And she to bed, but watched from be. so they say comes at Christmastime, to
Jesus is really a King-King For the good lady had a worked away at the little hind a heavy curtain. And How much of the story 'is go up and down the roads of INSURANCE AGENCY
of all the universe, of[ all the great sorrow: she had no clothes until she had quite a when all the house was quiet, true. and how much a legend, the world and look for sinners -
starry worlds. But there is a children of her own. and kind supply of tiny dresse, capes a ray of I light came streaming it Is hard to say. There really to save. When lie knocks JOHN H. RAFFTERY i *jit-
story about this particularlittle ] as she was to other people's and little embroidered shoes ;; through a high window, i I 10 a little statue with richly at your door, be sure to let 3113 Central! Ave. Telephone V-//
statue that children always children, she was often lone- Many people] came to see the the slaue moved-and a lovely decorated dresses and a Him in I .
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a very good: time to tell it. answered and a little son was the Infant Jesus that they light!: stepped down from the have heard
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Jesus She was a very rich made of the Infant Jesus," noticed something was wrong.( ',,' MEN'S WEAR FOR MEN WHO CARE
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