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 31, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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Catholic seek peace, Pope asks

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1'ATICACITI' (NO?) In his Christmas broadcast bus" a, "k

VOL. XXVII, No. 9 Orlando, Florida, Friday, December SI, 196lOe Pope Paul VI appealed to all mankind to "stop and think" "No: one," he said "on\ ht
to set about disturbing the
because: the peace of the world Is in great danger. peace of others by means orundrrh.nd..d

In a 3000-word broadcast December 33 the Pope schemes and

poke to all Catholic, "to all our Christian brethren, contrived disorder !No one

Diocese will observe and .to all men on earth." treacherous and precariouspeace ought to force his neighbors

Top Paul laid the "first to the detriment of a and today we are all neighbors
to resort to ..rmt'dd.r..nlt'
task involved in the presence sense of justice and human
of the Church which goes it 1 And no one ought to
search of men is her role as among peoples shirk Ju.it and sincere negotiation
:Nowhere In the discourse
Jan 7. 29 to restore order and
jubilee May messenger of peace did any Pope conflict Paul refer such directlyto as that friendship."

Ftr this reason, he said,
in Viet Nam Hut it was clear Pointing out how peace ran
"we at this my moment are
ST. Al'Gl'STINK: The Cathedral of St. Augustine read or retained without the making a new pica for peaceind he was concerned with the be achieved Pope Paul saidIt

will be the focal point in this Diocese of the extraordinary necessary permission, books. this, not simply became whole development of h081J1eramI'S "needs I* be built through:

jubilee proclaimed by Pope Paul VI from January 1 to written by apostates hereticso peace ,h a rood thing splitting the world in a courageous revMon of the

I will r schismatics expoundingand i.I Itself, hut also. brcsuse, It two. Inadequate Ideology of ego-
Way 29. A letter from Archbiahop Joseph p Hurley
the Holy turn strife and national .
promoting apostasy, heresy Passionately .uprrlorlly
Is a good which I. In such dan-
advise of the diocesan observance of the "
pastors jubilee or schism, or other books Father appealed: "Brothers, .
It hu been decreed by the Pope chiefly to spread a knowledge I. forbidden by name by apostolic (rr today do heed the message of peace
"We need to know how to
of the decisions of the Second Vatican Council and letters" 'Kreh schemes which arose which Christmas brings to

to apply them. Censures Incurred: by from the tragic f'XIf'I'It'nt'flof men who even now are the forgive and begin again ro"
(a) on three occasions attend that the relationships betweenmen
An those who "hIjt1lnt'd a the list war are now Joined \ object of God's hove
extraordinary Jubilee,
will not Iw determinedby
explanations of the decrees of
masonic organization or other by old and deep-rooted nationalistic "Check the way things are
which is celebrate
proclaimed to
the recent Council or sermons power and force nor simply '
societies of the same kind thatplot tendencies, along going It Is possible t h tou'r' .
a special occasion lasts during a mission, or ib) attend by economic gain or the
against the church or with newer ideologies of' sub- > on the wrong track.
for a specified during
period Mass celebrated with state of civic developmentbut
and domination and thank!
civil lesion Arm Stop
against: authority.
which the Pope grants the some solemnity by a Bishop in by a higher concept of
warned that
and The Pope no
4-1I\a1ly. confessors can ever mare powerful
Jubilee indulgence: to the faithful cathedral church equality and solidarity whichIn
absolve the faithful from all dreadful become, as it were, one should restrict love to
who fulfill the necessaryconditrons 2 Once only if they visit\ a the long run, only the"
the limits of
private vows.al only guarantee of a J't'.r.llthtn
for gaming it. cathedral church and there fathei hood of' God manifested Pope Paul VI

The Jubilee that begins on renew their profession of( ., ,. ..... In (Christ reveals as logical

January 1 is proclaimed to faith. :-,, F .; f"T." 7 easy and worthwhile," said secular world or ',,'.rinll with to meet the men of our' time. ,

celebrate the successful con ik' \" the Holy Father some View of historical 'fatalIsm living In a world of tremen

elusion of the ecumenical During the Jubilee period' I' In his opening words Pope' not being satisfied with dims and bewildering prog*

council and Is directed toward confessors hate special faculties Paul addressed himself first some practical treatment of rear

bringing about that renewalof I* abioUe penitents from "to all our sons, to the wholeof a few secondary' norms of.

the Christian spirit and the following censures and el- our beloved and holy canon Uw, but seeking. It" "The Chunh took Into consideistlon -

strength, so earnestly desired communications which are I Church spread throughout theworld find Chi lit afresh In herself the ever Increasing

by the Council Fathers normally reserved to higher and gathered togetherIn and tu encounter Him with demands of a great part of
ecclesiastical auihorlllen yl the world's. population His
la announcing the jubilee the same communion of gieater 1 swarmed'

on December 7, Pope Paul Censures I Incurred by s.1I faith and charity Next he" From the encounter with of those! Is for more food -

stated that in each diocese the penitents "w ho have knowingly I greeted "all our Christian herself and Chi tut, the .physical and spiritual" for

Jubilee should be centered on professed in some outward ., brethren whom we ever l heck Cliurth then enperlenced anenruuntrr a hllntlryHlI'ld,

the cathedral and on the Bishop form heretical schismatic or ; forward to being able to gird tin with the world! t. the llecaufte of the cosine II, the
l'o said the Chunh haicome
10 whom the flock has |
atheistic: doctrines" a peifevt t sharing of the" I"'III| (continued saying:
In realise
been entrusted as to a father same admirable communion" more deeplyfirm
Censures Incurred by "The (hurrh In mission and for the rcw'less
and pastor The Holy Father Then he greeted "all men on a seme
stressed that the cathedral then who 'knowingly hav* earth," adding: came out ef herself and went the Church has nine t.

houses the Bishop's chair or"utht'dra" tall mimklnd hers
"To you w. send our gleet-
and thus is "the "She calls It hri 'lout of a
logs fur Jhrlstmas. aid
Pope gives sum to
of otdlgation! which
sense fan
center of unity order, poserand Consecrationset The Pope deicribed Chrlut.

of the authentic teaching mat as "the ,,,,'ounl.r. the Viet Nam war victims |>ermlt no weakening and

authority is united with 1 It I i i l great encounter the historical P \IIIS (NC) 1'u'!* Paul whhh qutrtly and herui ally
Illessed Peter" forBishop makes the 'best of every difficulty
0 1t t em'outlier, the dectalte en- VI diMttted a sum of money ," he said
runnier Ix-Uren' Clod and to aid VKtints of In both,
"s. It Is appropriate' that + war
r "Mitklitd.. belongs her by
daring the romlag Jubilee i.eP9aae., mankind N'uitti and Swth'If't Him right nf love sine. the ('hup h,
whesj the ,lallhful ta attend Perry Pop Paul said the Churth "on the .11'("....... of Christmas .
ga no iuUr how dtntant or box
sacred ceremonies ser Cathedral focal' poinf for jubilee had experienced a unity" encounter "
or Ilk >
or UM i erative man:
hEW: ORLEANS! (NC) of herself In the four the dwiatlori" wa aniMNincrd |
!I. the
mOil, ar gala special
kind may be can, never heieuaed .
remission ( mare generally Riahop-dealgnat* Harold R. The Cathedral! of SL Aupwtinr trnnial of I"* Ansuailnr: Uui 11extraordinary seasons of the Second Vatican here, Heremher 22 by"' 'mslioor from loving( the hiP

railed lndstgcarcsi .f puiilih- Perry S.V.D will be consecrated which .la being redecorated, will open Jubilee beginning :N--w Counrll.' He said, Jean IMhain president man race for shah, l'hnt

menu due. U sin, they should on January in St.Iwils with special ceremonies in the early Vear'a Dav and ending on Pentrtonf. Jly e mining lieraelf In of CanUi Intwnalion-' shed Ills blast) "
the rwnfll the h encMinlered alls the International (
g', either individually .r lag basilica here by Arch- part] of the coming year. The monumental May 29, the celebration of the eon- As examples' of' how I h I
Chrtat She hu eiperlenced terrace of Catholic Charities
II P" to the principal the elusion of the Sewmd VaUran Council ('hufl h.nf the coins ''I l hat
'* btshsf Kfldio VagwMii, Apo*> task of refurbishing treat- her rrlnrlh not seekingto Ihq.l'auI l last l (h t.hi>r gave
church ., the diocese talk Dcteiatt in the t'nned tired historic church is I part of tiniHoceoe'a will renter around. Cathedral aa the absorb the ',,.'It si>f the' m, nev to the International come to encounter the wnrM,

"Since the Bishops are now Mate. observance of the Quadrtcefl- principal church of Uw Dioceoe. time: or putting her IrtiM in ('.,11.. In aid rhlldren victim the Pop riled h<>w it wet.!

returning In their/ Sees at the The new a.iiU ry and Wu- -- th. weak Ideologies! nf the Iced by the war In Vial Nam. HKilN: ; hurl p lronrludan
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close of the council filled with Jar Bishop of Most Hi Mauretama .

a holy test and purpose to will b* the firat Negro Council In retrospectDecrees

urge the faithful to carry ant Hi modern Ume to become St. John's University head

the resolutions of the cwMctl a United State Catholic Bishop. I

their Priests and all Christian .

people gather In around their dioceses them' to should show Co-eonerralors sill be the slates policy on faculty are beacons in new era

new ordinary of Ih.f'W Orleaas -

their gratitude labors for in the their raves unremitting ore Archbishop I'httip I.AM MCA. New York -- Father Joseph T. Cahilli Ity rr.. Placid Jordan J llejrond the.. Immediate' for an Inner renewal' and. "up. run he resrhedl
M. II.... and ArrhblihopJoha C M cf St. John' University: In .UtemerHMM
c,' to show once more Ute r present i tangible reaulta It ha alxiushered dating" of the Church are Inclined the tidy Spirit was" at work
filial honor and respect, and, I*. ('iMly ., ( ..Ir..., Issued here on December 22. I that the Hoard of Trust VATICAN' CirV ( M') In a now era In the to rub their eye when. guiding the mini)* and heart

above all pledge their cooperation ,'fftltH..., II..... predrreiMr tea has approved the eels bU hmt' *f a University Th. r-t.-dI6ar JIt"iod Cliurth that alit bear the imprints they behold' the smiling of the shepherds entrusted

bv prayer by their. I II New Orleans. Senate that will provide the JK J...'* faeuHy with tbr lMUfurat l with the conciiMknM of an ofwiweM and a I hinges that have M'rur.1 bllity.l

lives and by their votwrtarypenanret The consecration will fake opportunity to participate fullness ,.,....li.g imulne within the atmrt spin of a
In Niafira of the Second VatlCM
Niagara ,11\".lIy
piece during the !9 Kh smite ('"he"lt: to an slant neverM mn three yen This .pens. .
II* enabled' them to !" ''ii! "' t
in the Mere h
fully New York
polleymaking *
A plenary .Indulge. with nary year af till founding ofRlshopd Council b*+ aa an era .re kllltwft .- an. ufonnes appears. even briefer, if one decree an.t l new statiles.
ft' loot July
the usual renditions at I-Mr <>*.ig..l. perr\ order of the school. cam Ie FatterCaMU at the moot utafgerlnKrtuUeo I.t the world st !tarp. and a figure the IIIM when. the' which, despite. tho lini.'ationtisthi !
On IWemkwr 8
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prssers for the Pf>e's .... an**. '-IIUII d" to Holland .MlaTJ Nl'ltNM'f'f'' niilverMyry. Nosed .f Trustees, inrepass rMllld i in tt* :3010'year hilory *- tool will IrMiarwwl. the. assembled. a total of but 'forts, now stand "ut c new
t be grind. bv tM UM historically. rMdilMSMMd. limitations I fill general HMw4Mgj, not .
> n ran society new mam- Moot who ispte.ll.st In fwqneit /from a )....> nni of (',Ihlll"' di" !<'
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number of ""' "* *t.oo s'' II the> IJn'f'II' .' 'I-n the Thy set Ilia |piles i"< c <
casabas. hi addison la 40 \isresttiaa dune t- '1 se'''"nt. .
pe'md ( by order was make II" ," ", r.. colon i .'. 1 tt 'J'fI.t-\\1 i t :; d neoring hocauM td'r. t

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warns new benefit', of all Hi fwtt'l)'
- -
I 'li>''i i" new Spirit" v> M In*

.....1"Iat..* of U>,i4 ""'
be ready for confused society That It prevailed p"' 'r: .

standing UMVOHJII| < '.1'

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Begin again through Christto

Catholc"or. seek peace Pope asks

Bj damn C. O'Neill self,interest or personal am.
VATICAN' CITY (NCJ In his Christmas broadcast
"No one," he said outfit
XX\ II, \o. 9 Orlando, Florida, Friday, December SI, 19M( JOe rope Paul VI appealed to all mankind to "atop and think" to set about disturbing the

because the peace of the wont ia In great danger. peace of others by means of

In a 3000-word broadcast December 23, the Tope underhanded schemes and

poke to all Catholic, "to al our Chrlatlan brethren," contrived disorder No one

Diocese will observe and "to.U men on earth" _.A ... ._.I ought to force his neighbors
treacherous anu 5.v; i sus .
Pope Paul said the 'first peace, to the detriment of a and today we are all neighbors
to resort to armed
task involved !in the presence sense of justice and human
defense And no one ought to
of the Church which goes 1 U ."
brotherhood among peoples
search of men is her role asmessenger Nowhere in the discourse shirk just and sincere negotiation -

jubilee Jan / May 29 of peace." did Tope Paul refer directly friendship to "restore order and

to any conflict: such as that
Far tMi reason he .said
In Viet Nam. Hut it was clear Pointing nut how peace ran
"we at this moment
ST. Al"Gl'STINK: The Cathedral of St. Augustine read or retained without the making a new very pin for peace are he was concerned with the be achieved Pope Paul said
whole of hostile It "needs to be built througha .
will be the focal point in this Diocese of the extraordinary necessary permission, books and thin, not simply because development

jubilee proclaimed by Pope Paul VI from January 1 to written by apostates{ hereticsor peace Is I a good! thingIn two.camps splitting the world in Inadequate courageous Ideology rcvlnlon: of of ego.the t

I Way 29. A letter from Archbishop Joseph P Hurley will and schismatics expounding heresy Itself but also ,breathe It Passionately the Holy Urn strife and national superiority
promoting apostasy Is a Rood: which Is In such danger -
advise pastors of the diocesan observance of the jubilee or schism or other books Father appealed: "Brothers, ,"

It has been decreed by the Pope chiefly to spread a knowledge ). forbidden by name by apostolic today do heed the message of peace "We need t to know how toforgive

of the decisions of the Second Vatican Council and letters ''Kresh schemes which arm which Christmas brings to
begin, again I.)
to apply them. 3-Censurei 1 Incurred by from the tragic experiencesof men who even now are the
that the relationships betweenmen
(a) on three occasions ..U.ndnplln.tionl the last object of (lod'a lo\'e.
those who "have joined a war are now Joined
An extraordinary Jubilee will not he determinedby
of the decrees of
old and 'Clunk the things are
masonic other by dorp-rooted nationalistic way
organization or
which is proclaimed to celebrate power and force nor slm
the recent Council
going It is possible that
societies of the same kind that along
a special' occasion, lasts ply by economic gain: or the
during a mission, or (b) attend with ideologies of sub- you're on the wrong track,
plot against the church or newer
for a specified period during Mass celebrated with state of civic developmentbut 1
and thinks"The
\erstonanddomination Arras Stop
which the Pope grants the agaimt!: civil authority by a higher concept of
some solemnity bv a Bishop in and Pope warned that noon (
4t'in.IInfesson\ can sirsmore powerful
faithful and which
Jubilee indulgence to the solidarity
cathedral church equality
a dreadful become it should restrict lone to
absolve. faithful from all\ as were
only the
who fulfill the necessary in the long run,
2-Once only if they visit a 'within the limits of
private vows the only guarantee of a peace
Paul VIsecular
conditions for gaming it cathedral church and there fatherhood of God, manifestedIn Pope

The jubilee that begins on (Christ reveals as logical\.
their of
renew profession
: and wotthwtitle," said world tearing with !. meet the men of our time,
January 1 is proclaimed to faith Ti4T' j : i easy or
celebrate the successful conclusion 'Li- ;! : the Holy Father some view of historical fatalIsm living In a world of tremrn

of the ecumenical During the Jubilee period In his opening words, Pope not being satisfied with dims and bewildering prog*

council and Is directed toward confessors have special faculties ',. ; Paul addressed" himself first some practical treatment of rest,

bringing about that renewalof t* absolve penitents from rw "to all our sons, to the wholeof a few secondary norms of The (hurch took lotus, ron..111""lktn *
the Christian spirit and the following censures and excommvnlcstlons our beloved and holy anon law, but seeking to
the Increasing
strength so earnestly desiredby which are :. ('hurt'h spread throughout the find Christ afresh' In herself of

the Council Fathers normally reserved U higher \. world and gathered togetherIn and to encounter Hun with 1 t demands the world of a population great part "
In announcing the jubileeon eccveilaslkal authorUlcsi. '" the same communion of greater aarrnrsi.
of those Is for more -
December 7, Pope Paul Censures Incurred by faith and thanty" Next hegreeted hrorn the em-winter withherself phyairal' and spiritual for

stated that in each diocese the penitents who have knowingly ".11 our Christian and (hunt. t h e a hungry world"

jubilee should be centered on professed In some outward brethren whom we ever look (hun II then' "1>c'rll'lIt'f'11 anencounter lln, '.ii'"e of the council' the

the cathedral and on the Bishop form heretical schismatic or forward to "being able to gleet( with the world the Pope said the ('hurch has

'10 whom the Dock has atheistic doctrines" in a perfect sharing of the Pope continued saying: come I.t realise more deeply
been entrusted to father admirable communion"
as a
%-.nlurrl' Incurred by "The ('hur<'h In a sensetame her mission and for this rea
and The Father
pastor Holy Then he greeted all men onearth
those who bate sun the Church has torn to
'knowingly out of herself and went
stressed that the cathedral
rail mankind tMon"SIIfI
houses the Bishop chair (lr"ralhf'dra" M/ "To you we send our gleetIngs calls It hrit out of a

and thus Is "the for :hrlslmas." Pope gives sum to aid Hens of obligation which i'an
Center of unity, order, power Consecrationset the' Pope! described Chrlutrn and
|*rmlt no weakening
and of the authentic teaching .s .. 'the encounter, the Viet Nam war victims which quietly and heroUallymukfs

authority' which Is united with. great i encounter the hi.lol'lul I' Ills (\(') Praia. Paul1'I the teat of every: dif
Blessed Peter" forBishop the decisive cl Htalt.d of
encounter, en < a aura moneyto flcultv," he saidMankind .
counter between God and aid. vktims of war In lath to her by
x. It Is appropriate that Ulongi
during the coming jubilee mankind North and daulhiet Nam right of l Imo sine the ('hup'h,
Perry laid the Church I..tun of Christ,
Pope Paul "on the> 1M'f
wire the faithful ga U attend no mistier how d 'Unt or hcui
Cathedral focal' point for jubilee had experienced, a untile encounter mas"The
sarrrd ceremonies .r ser tfle M' 1J1k..raUv.. m.lI."in.1 >
NrW; ORLKIM (1CI( ) of herself In the four donation. wa 4 anMunc' bexcwiod
man, ar U gain the special may be, ran never
remission" ( mare generally rtiihop-dfrtgnale HarvM R The Cathedral of St Augustine tennlal of f' juxtlnc': I>ui I ? V Ii., eaafcms of the Second Vatican rd herlhv'emher l H hy M n-. from loving the human

railed. laddlgeacesl) .f p nl.h. Perry SV'D will be cone- which U being redecorated' will ripen extraordinary Jubilee beginning N"wVear lourwil' He said signor Jean Itmlbaln .preudent race for whuh. hint
herself In of Caritas InlernatMM-
My esamining
menu due U sin they should crated on January ( In St. with special ceremonies in the eatlv 'a Day and ending on i'entrcnst the iwunell the has encountered alia -- the iRternalimval ('onfrterne shed Ills blond

g*. rllh,' Individually If lag Louis basilica here by Archbishop part of the coming year. The monu May 29. the celrbratum of the con Christ She has Jl"rt"nl' of Caliwltc Charities As eianiples of how tht.

r a s p. I. the principal"' KfMM \'afMll&l. Anoc-. mental task of refurbishing the treasured elusion of the Second Vatican Council ed her rebirth' not seekingto Pow Paul last ()r gave ('hutl h.to "encounter the rouni the d I w,rM hat,

church *f the diocese lotto Delegate in Use United' historic church .la part of the will renter around the Cathedral aa the absorb the' 'spirit of th money to the' 'inleriMttooal inme the Pop riled how It .''t.

"Since the Bishop are now Mates. Iiocene'a observance of the Quarocee.' time,' or putting her trust in (srit-K' to aid. children vtttimlr .

returning! to their Sees at the The new ...Wat)' and titular trill weak Ideologies of the I .d by the war In Viet. Nam Inh.rk: page
- -
close of the council filled witha Brahop of MoM in Ma re-

holy zeal and purpote to tania will be >. first Negro Council in retrospect

urge the faithful to carry out in modern times to becomea St. John's University head

the resolutions of the council, United Slates catholic BishP I

their Priests and all Christian *P.

people In around their decease them to shouldgather show -r.n.efraters will be the states policy on faculty Decrees are beacons in new era

sew srdmary .f the New (h.

their gratitude labors for in the their roua unremitting Oi..s see .%rrknl.h., I'hHIp J'\. \1\, few Park Father Joseph T. Cahill Py .',. PUeld Jordan lleyond tn**. Immediate" fur" an Inner renewal and "u|>, ronrluslnn' em he reached

r I to show once more their M. llsnass, and \rrhhlihp C M president of St John University In a I tatl'llWlllI..utd tangible result It .has alwuslVred dating"<< of the. Church are in the IMy Spirit was al workgulillng

filial' honor and and J.h. P (wly .( (htcag, here on December 22. said that the Hoard of Trust \IKUV ('irvr> In a IIIW era In the rimed to rub their.. eyea wk.fi lh. mind and besets

above all pledge respect/their cooperation Arrkblthcp II.....'. prrdecesMr tees baa approved the Ubkhmnt) ., a University The ......-MkeUiar .periodlaauflurtt Cnurch the( will bear It* imprints they twhoM. the amaslngch .f (he shepherds e lr.iledwllh

bv prayer. by their. I. .\.. Orleans SrMte tat will provide the St John' faculty with the *..! with the rondtMtan of an. of****** and afullness "n|.a that have occurred. .i. (linnirnst. a rrtpnntUkiltir.
within the shunt i>f amore
reftehng gvnuin awn
lives and hy their voluntary The MH'I'1u.nIII lake
<< opportunity to participate Niagara I'.","", to Ma of the 9wond Vail- three This rwd
never years
(atMkrity an e 'i'ut l
penances place during the 9" h aniver H. enabled, thru) to > 'i it e
fully in the pnlicy-making Sara New Perk, before ht Council \nnm III an era .ors even brtwfer. if on.
rest before knows an apt
wfieflnesito '
A plenary .lndsil.<*.ce with. sary )ear a4 the founding of decree seat' nw statutes
the usual coMitms of Holr Rlsiwp-desig Pern er of the school. earn t* *t John l Lit July of u.rMtIt. at..pttnr th. world at ..,.., and a figures the time when the .hid,. diM<' the hniitalamtht ,

Communion, osrftssssn andre dee Uw DIvHM Word Misnonanea M John s It .to Uw midst .f On lnmlr tt Esther rh..... th* Church haa fulhMHM ef religHtus capers wotM. luahopa actually wra4MwiMl ... t in merely human "'.

ers for the P f>.'t !blear p'es.Aad .M Holland M entrveetv user tmtferMtypMsry Cahill MM! Inre freed In Ms 3J/lf-Yf'.r hw- rote tht will trans*'ed the a toll e( but forts. now stand mil I' new
boo be by the Th heard .f TnssteM. hlitorlccllv conditioned, limlUtmni IM general meetings, tint ... of (' lhnl duo"" n., .
ran gained lays the society nsw mam TV Prw. .t she II t<.rvJf !> faithful. duriag the IBtwMrtrie >.. |mHM I" rr jiir>" from anumber of the |past oiinini' ) ( ornnnitr work set the 'Isar t c .. ,Pseering '..
jubilee lams mission renters M prekt it of the ka i4uin run of '. ,. ( v .h. tmake 'tie\ r"user, t1 ..' rile dun .-. They (JHM"
l'.s '
period *. In MrtMMi Ie 40pa by 1M \uM-rwtian' order was ,' -. ,' lie *i '" !' w"i v .re,1' i ito 1 teuu.n/ I>*C.UM thev", r. l\iPC\ t
II" jroncer r mt on : "
1. As often at they either' rubes m the I ruled, States fur 10 years' president ofI J Itla ; fc': ::s bou"d.0\ hare f ;r :e tt-tr it In :t l't.. s tai U rrlrMprrl. and In an at. a new apart. akare. It t.i > ng

: I.'-. II' al r:-:;T' --i: .f::-f 1.,11. s*..I"e the astounding about vital Impnivcii'>"'i In
1':1 "If t
ivr I f the ra< r 9tu'Ji
g r -:: ?J :;r | .
'. po;* Join; f.:. t ; j. j sl: progress made. only .n. 11M "lir,> of tM ( Ii'ir ti''I.i the
JOHN'S. back : in all, t I'I mar 'at ;
Pontiff U.S. Prieststo pig ,.'
warns new 1",1 l ,, of all "I r"IIII.'

.. I 'llns. n.w pint was ,,' the

I wens essence ., the ",n, "itfna

it prevailrd nit> "ni'standing
be ready for confused society
uMVOKfohlt nfo.' ,..

I |Ire n th* a'hl.vrni'-n',, thatvetihadnws
UICAN CITV (NC) Tope Paul granted a spec .It l Ketfe.- Is from the Ol.u. all other si <

I clal audience to 49 new Prieata from Rome. North Amert. lit M. .v ci.Ue.. .t delegation ... fr ompi" .hm.n s. for it rnannrwnn .

.IWIdiadS, iMhtfwg. the *. freahn***. freedomlr'tn .,
can C-Uege. meet e( them acenmt/inM" by tneniberi of r
Immediate' (amble .| lilt n.. aI I .i Us the seeds of our
their farsulws."These I'rleN. allenstesl. taiWrKeefe's
make k (.He '_11.1... W ,t*.r age
arc rha* gmgAs mlnlilry U tW l>.f.U of (..4"Yw first Nag offered' .. '1 h, run.il.. of court. hat
iWrrmlwr I* I &... ( Urmkf
.f..ot, only. a bluer ''itNow .
; s '>r your ministry. IMta stay M Ratne kMftmutt4 M rriMlB 'U Rome.) ,il I 11 up in all/ th* I'fO[1':e

d the sew AsMnranT stwctaa, altarlsM. tar. nf 1..1 t to engage in its peso
rr..... atenre tha papal .1Id1
tests The wend I "I ttw dMrrk hid w* art toansteward -
ai 'I' al applicationI'swopi
with tli !"r... and
hanged and yes wfl 1 hose t* d.M aN. yea wtI h. gentry thaw ,families were ih.hop .. lit M. This l I. thahau

brat the sne a|. II ClsrtM tt the Ossf! and Rib said ) ks r .....ph ,' now Arfinilmn. al laid
mini*,. nf Us* WH love ,, do,." ,f* th* tMutituti",! an
t 10 a troubled sMrclMBC anal. Zryst. .., ,., M line Ar
cntsray. kv toitt: fiywjrvnvet .. ,nn c 'hurih' .
ron/uand snrwty ca gradsole knnse lit sgsMf.
.f'.r"y wknsew. **>".eat ..
and Ik* lnOltM W built inTk Urk
\i| tilt faithful Uy
)) use stn4w4 tn ItosMf the taak at .hand.. a4 ywsrrrwats i
NMMNN ..4 clerical. .aUng I. It.
?(( lilt S.rre.alma will ke rim-b"
Pnp k4 a :
.i. whKk. .ksw gives Mv TV ymmt Pried r...ivslH word fee (k* pnrsnU apr t' \\\r, concept implies I'

>. I>K ret M .... Prw*? bp" ... Pope hod bone. .... saw Mattw nf tke a iPrwtU "nil fl a|* aeiritUii, I tn

'.' n.,.'rv Ai'' i1'S>S ng I* ... M the Aster '"at D.. tier in Hs ...... Mar \ ,,,* who mil only belie! .1.1d '

r n. I a. f ..,....... .. M. Peter s twe .syi Artier and s*.t "Per dMt r-J e n e 1 nr .1 and His 'lvifM 1".
.. <'f whH-h Fttrtti pursue ."r ... Krassrm P Krkr day tile UH bar suss**' Y.w I 14 ..... liut want I'l gain a '

I 1ftf r ministry sod 1 by ttaar .t.ar af tilt Nerds AmenrMCsJsVg snrrw *f sepaiatHsi. your lee mnr maltese under 4uig :'

'e < to pronsre W |*sry tfr The day afl r ..... MrrtVet. bare a*. ban <.0II.. J'd'tnl. WI"i t I'

c4 the rather r Cknst Art rdasatsM frey had eoiekratH hsrwM isM. ).* u4 ..",... .. depth .M order. that P' acting

Very moans II ass tftf tr tker lint MMS to vart- .ease yes as year neon and Ordination to Priesthood in St. Peter'sdrsi on*'a reusjion win1'I

:n working freely ai witkf eta tkarrku sad akTlsus fit rrtativet Prows ., Go i''tul' .p>rrt coarse H. ..... Hkss ......... --. boring ub jtion
.hoe IIVM M a SMS( ptirtsxs s.. ..e f' I'rltr I'ii; a 1 f). > a ., of (;-11I ..*. pvftVut h Refs..a bed .... hew thet'eiard fir a. d' with in sail'/ i, it*
it n \ put5s..n
,. IIIIt gift Mssl we Ma* ins frwoi Pirs'nm.' F'' a' I I... < im i I' rv, 1 <'J. |>- ,r; a. < i,gt &rrl.*| f.i'lMi' rlkMuMm an in ,,.
i ai ) u.. SBMSSMI us )OMI in mind It.r, It i titurg,
I . r... hwM'"SI.ds ..-. M1 c.l.hrahaes a heart MM eta |ay. .*... I\'r.' ... 'ee 'IA. a1! srit w 1..01 t tta'" e 1 lira r'gh' hand they hi,l ,gMM .,, rcimin.-1" perhaps itDKItrM

II ID* work fit sear s H ksr l 1$ ..'r. A'r.. rr.r .. .' w. I 'Iff a" n. ',"1'i-n' H. ,I J. r. ."fi n i".mlya innt

the d.t.w.o/.. "IW If the' seely w4.IM4 your further." prayers and s cnfr > N.". An.-i.aa 'I. irt I I' .r. 1'I t W .. .'min-i., . Ia I fi I'"" .1- i I',4.' .,'i : : : back; '..CIilwFtoriJa
aH aaka tttr1 111.51 .. Priests. lather r.I" Ise.' *,




Two The Florida Catholic Friday, December :31, 1955
Reports t L Christians trek f Bethlehem

QUEEN Sarasota OF MARTYRS ..1:1-: : for Christmas celebrationsJERUSALEM I Holy Name Banner I.

Father Joseph P. Moran,
pastor of Our Lady Queen of Israel (NC) The Chriatlan celebra- ION behalf cf Monslgnof

Martjrs Sarasota. has scheduled tion of Chriat'a birth is bringing some measure of "good Harold F. Jordan and '1 James J.

a parish mission for the ht will to men" in this divided city, long a battleground between the officers of the Diocesan McAallffeDloceiaa

week beginning Sunday. Jan. Union I wish and yours
Jews and Arabs. you
services her will be
uary 2. Father John Schroder, mas New Year and hope f
a Happy
Jesuit Mission About 8000 Christians are Jew.
of the Southern that Hi! gift of peace will '
Band will conduct the jervicrs being permitted to pass Orthodox Jewish leaders abide with you in 1968. President

through the Mandelbaum gale generally ask their faithful to The 1965 audit of church attendance ..1LVS:
The Mass schedule for Sun 1 and make the five-mile trek stay at home during the Christian by the Gallup Poll
day, January 2, is 7:30: 9 to Bethlehem in the Jordanian feast but without great shows that only 44 per cent of
o'clock, 10:15: and 11:30: a.m., part of Palestine. Half of deal of success. adults attended church in a right there ia a concurrent

and the missionary will speak: Eds these were Western Christians The Israeli ministry of culture typical week. ThU U the low- obligation
at all Masses. The evening
who observe the holidayon has made est average in ten )'ear..
cervices begin at 8 o'clock certain that I have a right to lift only
December 25. The rest
are Christians will have a sufficient because I have an obligation
with the recitation of one dee Orthodox and members of Since the poll cohered any
ads of the Rosary, a short J Eastern rites for whom the number of Christmas church attendance, it Is utter to obey God'i law and win

instruction, sermon, and Benediction feast of the Epiphany on January trees for the holidays. Someof ly appalling to realize how eternal happiness with Him;
Jerusalem's biggest hotels which also gives me the rightto
of the Most Blessed 6 is the principal holi few have accepted the king
Sacrament. are braving the wrath of the ship of Christ.It freedom of religion.
There are two lasses each day.The powerful Rabbinic leaders by I have a right to liberty only
weekday morning-7.30: and pilgrims are given two- displaying decorated trees in Is more discouraging to because I can't be held responsible
9 o'clock-followed by short day passes and are permittedto their lobbies note that attendance by Catholics for my actions unless
a bring $2.80 apiece into Jor 67 cent obviously -
Instruction. The Mission Masson was per I am free to act
January dan. Many will carry food More Priests freedin about 30 per cent of The right of freedom of
Saturday morning, -
and clothes to members of Catholics don't know what speech exists because of the
8, will be at 9 o'clock.
x their families in Jordan and Czechoslovakia that is. It was Interesting to obligation to speak truth.
Solemn of the Mission
closing -
will take place Friday y1 will return with sweets and BOSS Germany (NC) note that church attendancewas When u use our rights to
+ fI candies to Israel those with
higher among with the
to interfere rightsof
evening when the papal bless The release of several Catholic
ing will be given. t Each of the riles mill have Priests from imprisonment more education as well as by others we Ignore our obligations

For the convenience of parents an opportunity to hold religious by the communist regime in those with higher incomes. thereby confusing
with small children, the services In the grotto of Czechoslovakia leaves only 10 The protection of human freedom with license.

nursery will open at 730 the Nativity Perhaps becauseof to 15 Priests still In Jail there, rights has been a tradition of It Is also) fundaments! that
o'clock each evening in the A Christmas in freedom the growing ecumenical according to KNA, German this country and the first ten rights are relative particular-

school. spirit, Christians are showing Catholic news agency amendments to our Constitution ly that those rights derived
Catholics In the area are invited Refugee children arriving from Ignaclo Hualde who offers Mass on more Interest In services The agency said that among are known as the Bill of from obligations Imposed by

to bring their nonCatholic Cuba view the Christmas tree in Mi. Sundays for the exiles awaiting relo not of their own rite. the recently released Priestsis Rights. In recent years laws we our Cres'or are superior to
have had Innumerable ,
friends to the mission. All ami'a Freedom House with Father cation. Thousands of Christians unable Father Alexiua 0.S.B., the litigation and clamor for pro- those derived from civil auth
are welcome and a large at- last prior of the Benedictine orities.
to go to Bethlehem will tection of rights. However, we
tendance is anticipated. abbey of Pral\le. Brevnov
celebrate Christmas in Jerusalem note that rarely if ever, ii
For example the right to
Seminole which was turned into a police
."' \\\\\U\U \ uuu""" Orlando St PetersburgST. and at the newly-built school in 1950. there any mention of obligations life is superior to mOlt other

Support BLESSED SACRAMENTThe ST. JAMES JOSEPHA Catholic church in Nazareth. KNA said that the Czechoslovak In fact we feel there Is rights: such as the right of

monthly card party "Salute to Latin America"vi dessert card party, sponsored Several superiors of Religious government in the past almost utter disregard of obligation assembly.The .
Your Parish sponsored by the three societies be the theme of the St. by the St. Joseph Guild communities in Jerusalem few yean has aet free between by most of those extremely Holy Name men surely
of Blessed Sacramentwill James Catholic Women's Club agreed to concelebrate Mass vociferous In protesting recognize that the mOlt transcending .
800 and 1000 Priests.But .
Holy Name Society be held of St. Petersburg, will be held for the poor and crippled at violation of their rights.
Friday, January at a meeting on January :jOin It said that the regime obligation of everyman
7, in the social hall at 8 Club In the parish hall on 22nd Ar- St Vincent de Paul hospice Is the salvation of hit
m. the Room Cathcart
"" \\"uun"\\'"''"'" "'" \, p on still ban virtually all of them We should like to point out
at 11501 66th Avenue North Street at 1 p m. The speakerwill enue and 21st Street South at As la past yean, many of from taking up pastoral that obligations are the sourceof immortal soul and wa will,
Seminole. Refreshments will be Dr. William G. Fletcher 1 pm. Saturday, January. these else attend the Christ duties. rights that for every therefore recognize and respect -
St. Petersburg be served Tickets are one associate professor and The public Is invited. Dona every right of others to
dollar. Please bring your own director of Latin American tion II a dollar t- fulfill that obligation. la 10
cards, sponsors ask. Studies at Rollins College, Ii 1 .: ; i doing we will Increase our

BOWEN'S FUEL OIL! Winter Park. St. Leo L-- personal sanctity and contribute

Standard Oil Product WANTED: HOUSEKEEPERfor Mrs. Philip Joyce, from St. Father Marlua Plant to greater peace on earth
Ui Your Card one Print rectory. Margaret Mary's In Winter
Credit 0 S B. Of St. Leo left
Cooking and 9.n.r.1cltanlng. ) Park will sing two songs.Mn. Speakers set for
862.2450 on December 28 for Sum-
Joyce holds a Master'sdegree
OR 896.2939 Applyi P. O. Boa 877 from the American ampa, Santiago del Eitero, CICOP
Argentina to join five other
Englewood, Florid. Conservatory of Music in Chicago 4
Florida Benedictines who CHICAGO (NC) A high-
and one of the songs -
ALPINEThe will be "To the Plessed Moth. have been there since May ranking Vatican official and

Edouard C. Craig er," a song of her own com 1963. a Brazilian Cardinal have
all new Nuning Hem Contractor and Dittnbutor position. Guests are welcome. Father Marlus studied four Jkq- been added to the program of
for the finest in Hurting for years at the International the national conference of the

Horn Car. Vikon Metal, Ceramic Benedictine college of San An Catholic Inter-American Cooperation
167.4573 and Movie Tiles selmo, Rome Italy. Ha was Program (CICOP)
3456 2lit Av. South l7.4th St. So. 347.4101 ST. AUGUSTINE ordained August 24, 1S6S. H. to be held January 19-21 at the
will help the two Priests and Chicago Hotel Hilton.

Contact Mrt. Beverly Murphy three brothers In their attempt .t.! The Vatican official Archbishop .
347-5085 for local ads in to establish an Independent Antonio Samore, vice-

e tteSt this .r... Prescriptions Penedictin foundation president of the Pontifical!
among the poor of Argentina. Commission for Latin Ameri

3 Holy Name Church mC(/Dnaldi M Ir J e/' 1i.LIYr' ca.

The Brazilian
Acnele Cardinal
: JACKSON'SSHOES rralsleeval 1 .
fisxall e111e Rftisl of Sa Paulo, the
CblUUJA W l i:fl) fourth largest diocese la the
A. .. Cr> (-...... U .....M leant
4645 9th Street, North Sick room supplies Ambulance S.iceVA ? world.

DON BARDELLA 4-I67J Some SOOO people are expected -
Rental and sale ST. AUGUSTINE at the third annual

641 Central Manager A.._ (6M1SS V. 4-I6S7 47 King StrMtBudgeting CICOP conference. They will
t ---J Include religious leaders from

4 % PONTIAC J r ; i North America, Latin America -
and Europe CICOP seeksto

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ALMSMEMORIAL saV r lie IAN. ssce No. 23, Catholic' NCWC.Catholie Relief S- I A. L Davit, those in Latin America.
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, December 31, 19M
Historical Lafayette gets //.offer of St. Pius/ X

Spanish Bishops ask for t ri society elects second LAFA\KTTK.Negro: I...Priest(NC) Jo Pope Paul's

Father Valerie L. Pullman

religious liberty law one of two Priests ordained father made public

Priest as head here by Bishop Maurice
Schexnayder! is the second VATICAN CITY (NC) -
MIDRID (NO) The Bishops of Spain in a joint Negro ordained for the Lafayette Vatican City daily newspap
declaration the SAN FRANCISCO (NO -
on end of the ecumenical council called on diocesan clergy
the government to enact positive Monsignor Philip Hug his.professor There have been Negro er has resurrected a letter
legislation in accord
when he
emeritus rope St Pius X sent
at the University -
with the councils Priests ordained
from the
declaration on religious freedom,
of Notre Dame has become was Bishop of Mantua to the
At with all the other deci Lafayette diocese than any
father Giorgio
the first Priest to present Pope'i
lions of the council the Bishops ment especially to protectthe serveas other In the United States, Montinl. thanking him for defending
of the American
said the decree uphold. right of religious freedom Catholic Historical Association with two exceptions, but all him against slandersof

ing freedom of religion "is already extending the common good of tie others belong to religious anticlerical ,
since its founding in 1919 an newspaper.Mr.
part of the doctrinal to all communities, First Negro !

heritage of the Church." They "The He tonic office ell Decrm- ordained for the diocese Is Montinl, editor of the
should be II Cittadino
went on to My bet it at the society's 4filh Father Louis Ledoux now an dally newspaper
put effect by enacting in nearby Breach, was 26
"What matters now Is to posithe legislation! annual meeting here, succeeding Air Fore chaplain making when he receivedthe
abide! loyally by the doctrine i Briaa Tlerney of Cornell special studies at the Catholic years of

proclaimed It I is the duty "Catholic officials must do a i l'nh'enlty.! University! of America, \\a Manuta dated September ,
of everyone!, and the govern- so in accord with. the principles .
Since Its founding the society -
established by the council

Heads bureau . All of us must cultivate jfr : has had an "unwritten 1808Mr.. Montinl had replied to
of an attitude of charity and rule" against Priests and Religious Promior is loctorat violent but vague accusations

information, N.Y. understanding toward all nerving as president against the thru Bishop

men. regardless of the religion John T Noonan Jr, director consecration Giuseppe !Santo la mother
:NEWORK! : (NCI) Mon. of the institute of natural
they profess" Bresrla newspsper, La Provlncla -
signor Thomas McGo\ern has law at the University of Notre WATERFORD: Ireland (NC .
Catholicism Is the official
been appointed director of the Dame, recently was Premier Sean; Lemass of

Bureau of Information of the religion of Spain, and under Mother General attends Tampa opening awarded the society's John Ireland read the epistle at the am truly obliged for the

Office of Radio and Television existing law non.'athohcIIIHlU' re Cilmary Shea Prize for 1S! consecration Mass her of beautiful defense you have

of the New York archdiocese / services are restricted Reverend Mother Joan Marie left Sister Marie Mother book of
center Josephine for his "Contraception: Bishop Michael Russell of given' the poor Bishop

He has been assistant director Protestant seminar came from Allegany in New' Yorkto Mary Lucian, Staler Madelyn Francis A History of its Treatment by Waterford and LJsrnor, Mantua, held! up as a swindler

since January 13 Francis have been barred and Protestants attend the December opening cf and Suiter M. Marguerite. Mother Mary the Catholic Theologians and Both Premier Lemass and liar and perhaps something .

Cardinal Spellman named not only have but no their military the new southern province headquar Lucian Is the first! provincial superiorof Canonists" Named for the President Kamon de Valera worse. still by Pro vine;ja
him to succeed Monsignor chaplains 19th Catholic historian In the Brescia's charitable correspondent .
century had special seats sanctuary dl
ten St. Joseph" Provincialste Tampa. the now of Allegsny Sia-
Timothy J Flvnn. who had clergymen are not exempt province the prize has been awarded of Holy Trinity cathedral from Castigllone,"
held the post from conscription Welcoming her to Florida were, from ten of St Francis. to the
since February annually by the society for the Mass.Consecrator the future Pope wrote
1957. Monsignor Fl>nn is now A draft law to grant greater since 194(1Stephen. father of another future Pope
freedom of religion was announced *f the former
pastor Holy Family parish, hearing .
Provlncla dl Breach
which serves the United Nations by the Spanish cabinet Washington letterWarns J. Tonsnr, l'nlenti Vice president of !St. Patrick's that Bishop Santo was trying

community and also is in September, 1<)M, following ty nf Mkhlgan: was chosen for college In Thurle was \MI- to from the tow n-
a member of the Pontifical three years of talk. a three-year term on the executive Ham Cardinal Conway of Ar purchase

Commission on Communica between representatives of of expanding Red threat council. magh.Cocwisecrators. ship of residence Castlglion that a formerJesuit had
the and of the
tions.JACKSONVILLE. government .
Other officers Include: Carl were Archbishop !been confiscated accused him
Bishops But when the Vatic
B, Cone University of Kentut Giuseppe! Srnsl, papal of concealing his true Intentions
can Council failed to enact its warning ar to the diy's etenls that they should and that's why the selective
Anew 'ky, first e-preslilrnt nuncio to Ireland and Archbishop which the newspaper
religious liberty statement ... of the communist always' be kept in mind. chronology can be useful.
with automatic succession to Thomas Morris of averred were to restore the
its 19m Issued "By recording' however,
during session it danger" was
The study, a selective! chronology the presidency nest year; !Sister Cashel whom Bishop Russell Jesuits "sworn enemies of the
announced that Spam would her on the eve of the new briefly, the major developments
,,,,,, of the world communist Marie Carolyn Minkham- formerly served as secretary Institutions of the motherland
"""" "" ,,,,,,,,, follow suit and postpone of world communismover
passage .
year.The movement, was made by er a Dominican of Hurry College. The four prelates concelebrated ,"
fr'1 of the foreword to the in all countries -
'"" proposed law. a study years
iDine At the legislative reference service Miami Florida, second' the Mass In the vernacular,
prepared for a committee of the chronology serves
of the Library of Congress vice president: !\Ionslltnor and the Goupcl! was read in
the United State Congresssays not only as a valuable reference
TTI'SRAUANm'rd It covers events of the John K. Cartwrlght Wash In,- Irish. Beach
t SAY IT WITHFlowers "today, people are deluged work for government of. Daytona
years 1954 and IfA. and supplements ton. D C., treasurer, and\ The ofll'rtorYllft. were car-
with so much news finals and scholars but alsoas
three previous Father Robert Trlsco of the red to the altar In procession
about reminder to all Americans
so many developmentsIn volumes dealing with the a Catholic University of America. by Mayor P, Brown of Waterford -

so many parts of the world years 11118-IMS; 1946! 19U. of the truths about communism Washington, DC", secre. and Mayor W. Corbett of FURS REICHERT
AI.eJ FJorkt Of N.E. FU. that vital facts even of the which wt cannot afford
and 1 1951-M An additional tary. Clonmrl
recent past, are easily forgotten to forget," the legislator
for the Stoles
M"Today's volume! will follow taking the Among these present Mink

headlines dim the study through the years 18181957. declares He points out that the chronology 'Catholic Hour' reviews December 19 Mass was. Archdeacon Awe'L....,..-ltMIH..|.IMM. .
A. P Armstrong of .
memory not only of those of has recorded that Vatican Council workMW Waterford who represented III 1111 I MMMt

AMtIQW ThunderbirdKittAUIAhr lilt year, but even of those of The people organized In the total estimated communist
dr Pauley of
: tOUIC (NC) Discussions Anglican Bishop
ttSMytANf last week and last month it world communist movement, party membership was 18 Waterford and Ms-
adds. th* foreword by Ilepresentathe million In 1W7," and that It on Implementing the. Caihel Welcome) Traveler
Kdwln V. Millis of l/mml- decisions of the f''ond'IU. more.
Serving ptKctisSTEWCl II now shown to hate "m<>r. Furniture
"Thus, m I ay Important' ana, chairman of the )housecommittee l than doubled Its strength during can Council ,,11bit\ featuredon Pack and Pus Sp.cialti.aR.tten
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The week in liturgy Ecumenical Council's

c Comment Ask in Jesus' Holy Nameto Decree on the Ministry

in the New YearA I
Happiness have petitions granted

WONDROUS fountain yet unsealed ; By Father Paschal hound OJ5.B. and Life of PriestsFOLLOWING

/ A casket with its concealedThis
gifts -
of the His marvelous light. Therefore, there I Is
is the that for waits 2 li a translation
Sunday January
year you no member who does not have a part in
council's Decree on
Beyond tomorrow's mystic gates. THE Most Holy Name of ,Jesus (Mass of feast, Gloria Priests the mission of the whole Body; but each
-The New Year by Horatio N PowersIt Preface of Christmas) the Ministry and Life one ought to hallow Jesus in his heart

is characteristic of mankind to promulgated on December 7, 1965.: and in the spirit of prophecy bear witness .
look forward to each succeeding New the unfathomable riches of God's wisdom This feast was established universally in 1721 to give liturgical to Jesus.
and love It is in the Good Newsof expression to the devotion to the holy name of Jesus Preface

Year with an irresistible spirit of hope Christ, our Saviour that true hap "There is no other name under heaven given to men wherebywe The same Lord however, has established

and optimism.. Things will always be piness is to be found. Our happiness must be saved" wrote St. Peter ((1st Lesson). 1. The excellence of the! order of Priests ministers among His faithful to

better tomorrow and the New Year the coming will be The reverence due the holy name of Jesus is specified by in the Church has already been recalledto unite them together in one body in
during year proportionate
Mil almost certainly be dominated by sincere efforts to live St Paul "At the name of Jesus every knee should bend in the minds of all by this sacred sjnod which, "not all the members have the

pleasant surprises if not by outright to our heaven on earth and under the earth" (Entrance Song). Indeed Since, however, in the renewal of same function" (Rom. 12. 4)). These ministers -

happiness We greet friend and neighbor the Christian life to its fullest. even in the Old Testament God demanded respect for Christ Church tasks of the greatest importance / in the society of the faithful are

with "Happy New Year" as if hap Ours is an age of renewal and of new His name by the Second Commandment "You shall not take and of ever increasing difficulty able by the sacred power of orders to

and beginnings. If there is any one field in the name of the Lord your God in vain." are being given to this order, it was offer Sacrifice and to forgive sins, and
piness newness were
which the clergy and the laity alike The power of the proper use of the name of Jesus is testified deemed most useful to treat of the sub- they perform their priestly office publicly -

Intertwined. will find renewal more necessary and to by Christ Himself, "If you ask the Father anything ject of Priests at greater length and with for men in the name of Christ. There

Experience sadly leaches us, however during ]1968 it will be My name, lie will give it to you" (Matt 18, 23)). more depth What is said here applies to fore, having sent the apostles just as lie
that new gadgets and new more profitable Most important to each one of us Is "that our names have all Priests especially those devoted to Himself had been sent by the Father.

fashions do not necessarily make life in the serious and systematic study of been written under the glorious name of Jesus In the list of the care of souls with suitable adaptations Christ through the apostles themselves

more meaningful or more happy. On the Christian religion. The truths of those blessed forever" (Prayer after Communion), being made for Priests bo are Religious made their successors the Bishops

the contrary the pursuit of noveltyfor our Catholic faith are ever old and sharers in His consecration and mission.
yet in their application to man's Monday January 3 The office of their ministry has been
sake is both
novelty's a symptomand ordination and million
Priests sacred
and changing needs and circumstances Mass. an on Octave day of Christmas (January I 1)). by handed down in a lesser degree Indeed
degeneracy an the Bishopsare
a cause a which they receive[ from
they are ever new The 18 decrees of (Gloria, Preface of Christmas) to the Priests Established la the orderof
Immaturity that are far too charac- promoted to the service of Christ the
the Priesthood they can be coworkersof
teristic of our society. No generation the recently concluded ecumenical In a Christian culture and society the names given children Teacher, Priest and Kin*. They share la the episcopal order for the proper fulfillment
council give ample testimony to this chosen. President de Gaulle of Ills ministry, a ministry whereby the
in history has had so many new devices are carefully Franc bears of the apostolic mission entrust
fact. What signal opportunity we the Charles Andrew (hutch here on earth Is Increasing
t conveniences and privileges a names, Joseph Mary Today, many children ed to Priests by Christ.
the truths of our of Christians built Into the People of God the Bodyof
thrust them as have our youth have to study afresh bear the often fabricated and sophisticated up
upon glorious faith now attractively pre names of movie stars and entertainers whose lives art anything (hrlst and the Temple of the Holy The office of Priests, since It Is con-
and crime immorality frustration
yet sented in the garb of modern lan but Christian Why not bestow names on children that Spirit. nected with the episcopal order also, la
and discontent have never been so pre- will inspire them, that will be a constant reminder to them of its own degree shares the authority by
Therefore in order that their
alent among Juveniles Our adults are guage their Baptism and of their Christian commitment which Christ builds up sanctifies and
no less the victims of the noveltycraze. We humbly commend to every parochial carried on more effectively and their rules His Body, Wherefore the Priesthood

society, study club and indeed to Tuesday January 4 lives be better provided for, in pastoraland while indeed it presupposes the
human circumstances which
The most recent song, the latest every mature Catholic the serious Man M of ) "'Itf>rd.y. (Mass of Octave day of Christmas often change: so profoundly, this sacred very sacraments of Christian initiation is

Tans fashion and the newest modelcar study during 1966 of the 16 conciliar Gloria Preface of Christmas) synod declares and decrees as follows conferred by that special sacrament:

are all far too fleeting and ephemeral documents. Each month new books through it Priests, by the anointing of
and commentaries explain The purpose of Christ's becoming man was to redeem the I the Holy Spirit, are signed with a spe-
to the human heart. No pamphlets
satisfy Chapter
whole human race and to initiate a substitute plan. for the one clal character and are conformed to
rtumber or combination of such new ing these decrees are being published. Adam forced the Heavenly Father to scrap by his sin, Christ Christ the Priest in such a way that they

things will make 1966 a happy year During the coming year The Florida preaching and teaching contain His instructions about this The Priesthood in the can act in the person of Christ the head

for any person no matter how shal- Catholic will! be happy to present to its plan, "teaching us to reject Impiety and worldly lusts, and to

low or materialistic his or her tastes readers the result of the extensive live soberly and justly and piously In this present' world" as Ministry of the In the measure In which they participate

may be work now underway by the membersof St. Paul says (list lesson). This brief sentence is almost a Church In the office of the apostles God

Happiness cannot exist without our diocesan Theological Institute summary of Christian living, gives Priests a special grace to be ministers
of Christ among the people. They
depth. That In why the happiest peopleare If in this sense we make 1966 a new Wednesday January r 5 2. The Lord Jesus, "\I horn the Father perform (the sacred duty of preachingthe [

the saints who lose themselves in year, then truly it will be a happy one. Ma"* an of eterday.. (Mass of Octave day of Chritt- has sent Into the world" (John 10, 36)) (...ptl. s* that the offering of the

roes, Gloria 2nd Prayer of SL Telcsphorus, Preface of has made His whole Mystical Body a people tan be made acceptable' and

The Life of Our LordPreaching Christmas.) sharer in the anointing of the Spirit with sanctified by the Holy Spirit.
which lie Himself anointed In Him all

i Christ[ "gave I Himself for us In order that He might save the faithful are made a holy and royal Through the apostolic proclamation of

draw JudeansOUR us from all sin and might cleanse a people to be His very o..n.. Priesthood; they offer spiritual sacrifices the Gospel the People of God are called!

baptisms a people zealous for good works" list Lesson), It Is Christ to God through Jesus hrlst, and together: and assembled All belonging to

desire to save us from all sin, both the effects of Adam's sin they proclaim the perfections of Him this people, since they have been sancti-
Lord conversation what it all meant. Thf'reI\ a and from our own personal offensei( against God. By His suffering who has called them out of darkness into DECREE: :, page theGod'

Nicodemus (John 3)) certain pathos and total no- and death lie has accomplished It. He also has cleansed .

contains the fullest doctrinal bility in John's answer: us from sin Our responsibility is to remain clean and to perform -

statement Our Lord has yet "A man must be content to deeds that are genuinely good world

made, St John, remembering receive the gift which [Is given I

back over sixty years, gets it Frank J, ,I ) him from heaven and nothing Thursday, January 8 God
Resolve have confidence in
into fewer than three hundred r more You yourselves are my Fpiphany: IIr Our Lord Jesus ChriM. (Mass of feast, to

word! I He adds half as Sherd witnesses that I told you I am Gloria, Creed, Preface of Epiphany)

many again of his own meditation not the Christ: I have been should'(' be a won nant motive In our lives Since
beginning "God so sent to go before Him The King Herod and his court were all members of God s 1966 derful ytar. The God Is Infinitely wise what"

)loved the world that He gave bride Is for the bridegroom: Chosen I'eopl"'et they were unwilling to hear from the Magi \atlcan Council has ,,ended God wants must always (cad

Ills only-begotten: Son ." but the bridegroom's: friend that a new king of the Jews had been born By contrast, the ultimately to what Is !best
He-read the first twenty-ono most of them had been the who stands by and listens to alien Magi were delighted and made a long journey to pay and now will com the rather ,LI.ee best for us and best for all!>

verses of St. John's third liaptist's disciples first, it him rejoices too, rejoices at homage when the star appeared proclaiming the birth of the stepped Implementation of J. concerned

chapter They mean more to would have come naturally to hearing I the bridegroom'svoice : new.born king (Gospel), Often enough cradle Catholics" are its constitutions and decrees. If only we can cultivate the

in than they meant to Nico them, ; and this joy Is mine unwilling to gist full witness to their Christian faith and heritage Theology books will be rewritten Tresemake habit of asking ourselves
demus who was only halfvon. now in full measure He must while those who embrace a faith they were not born in How does this problem probably ,
For the smallest Christian It Is a mjsterloiis period become more and more, I are more zealous enthusiastic, and fervent. centering on Sacred look to God What would

child knows truths about mysterious In two ways. must become less and less" Scripture rather than on sjllogisms God probably want mt to do

the Holy Ghost-for Instance The) Baptist was the Forerunner (John 3, 27-30)), Friday January 7 on love rather thanon I under then' circumstances'!

-that the master In Israel one wonders hy he Read on to the end of the Mass a* on Epiphany (Gloria, Preface of Epiphany.) Icgalism. There will be an then we have eliminated 90

could not know.Mcodemus should have continued his chapter six verses which The Magi[ end to the Idea of "foreignmissions" Is !. develop mere eon per cent of the anxiety from
brought: gifts, "They offered/ Him gifts, gold and of
went his way. fore-running now that Christ may !have been' said by the frankincense and mjrrh" (Gospel) Gold is symbolic of as Just one many (ideate li God-Is Ills love our Ines \\, alto hive laid
activities/ In the Church We
The week of Passover was was there Why indeed did he Baptist, or may be the' meditation Christ kingship: and right to rule; frankincense! Is indicativeof shall bf'comeIIre that to be for at, Ills care for as. In the the foundation for a very
ended That was the first not join Him as chief of disciples of the Kvangrlist: His divinity and myrrh of suffering. fart that He Is sot going t. fruitful future
Passover of Our Lord's Public And Our Lord Himself John must become less and a Christian necessarily means Irl' the world gel out of hand Finally. an excellent third

Life having made It clear by less: had he any notion how Saturday January 8 to be a missionary" and that either the world at large nor resolution would be to work

I His scourging of the moneychangers soon he would be leaving the Mass of the IUI'I'Wlrltln : "mission, or going out" to our assmall Individual diligently at developing a
Just before the second Mary on Saturday
He fellow
our mn, is of the
and the miracle lie very social iem .
scene altogether through the world more acute const
would feed the five thousand (Gloria, lYcface of Blessed "Virgin I essence of the Church
had worked! in Passover week intervention 01'ery different -to force ourselves to think.

and preach the sermon on that I He was a unique person biidegroom' Herod Anti- Devotion to the Infant Saviour Includes honoring His There will be a rontlnvlig Most of us burn up far too oftener of other people of
Himself the Bread .
of I ife.
as In Ills own right-why, one pas had just become a bridegroom mother Mary, When in her womb Jesus' was intimately unitedto movement toward ecumest- much psychic energy In useless their needs and their problems
And at the third I He[ would be
crucifiedOur wonders, should lie spend| six for the second time Mary and this physical union was matched by her spiritual Urn, toward the acceptance worry simply because we There Is a bit of CainIn

Lord did weeks doing the kind nf work and in scandalous circumstances union IIh Him. Mary not only meditated in her heart on the .f. respect! far and roopera- are weak In the virtue of an of us, a readiness 'o

once to Galilee,nut there return would at the Baptist had made his The Baptist spoke! his mysteries and wonders of Christ's birth (Gospel), but on many tins with our believing[ brothers hope, of trust in God. If we shrug off responsibility for
CI\\n' mind, Herod arrested him. other divine[ truths who as cannot subscribe believe that God Is in firm our neighbor and to cover our
be another six weeks or so in control of things, then we
\\e cannot pretend to know t. our ass vUtoa\ .( ears as we ask, "Am I my
Judea before the long Galilean .
have got to bPlltthat matters
the answer to either problem the whole truth. brother keeper
ministry should begin: At : but the second at least, Question boxI. are going to work out all There are great things

I:nnon, a place of springs not \Is an example of Our l..ord'shabit For us of the older genera' right ahead In 1W6 and w the

far from the river Jordan, but of not doing what we tion. not easily adaptable to A second resolution might years to
south further north of Jerusalem should have expected Him to How heaven ? change, 1
than before, very close do, in fact of not doing what can pass away immediately following! maybe doing of God s will the dune m,.
Indeed to Herod's territory we should have done had wt a difficult rnod Rut it

John the Baptist was going on been Our lAIrd! (I. I always bI'Uf"hat ltednelday, IVardrrsi (day should bt an exciting and a

with his preaching about the It was a habit He did not Jrsiii laid, but I da nut understand .brlwetn' fasts) signifies challenging lime I / for the M. J. Murray

advent of the Kingdom and abandon hl'n lie ascendedInto the meaning of III* Thursday and Fenek: (the big younger generatx. who win

his baptizing, !Somewhere In heaven, Again and again words In the (,o.ptlllr the last III"'CICI'' all| mesas Friday. live to see the IM fruition of

Judea, John the Evangelisttells : the question' springs! to our Sunday after/ Pentecost: J, V. .\. I am accepting jour God's renewal of His Church.In Strange but trueCathol

us, Our lAIrd and His mind "Why doesn lie ."" lessee( and earth shall pans st:,tement with the faith of the Greek' mythology there

small group of disciples seem In this particular Instance He away, but my words shall not Conwaywhere Irish It is all Gaelic: to m,. was a god Atlas, who" supported C.p'l'i9' t. 1..5. NCWC N..I StniuJ'
to have been doing much the may have wanted to spend pass away," the heavens on his

name- caching and baptizing the time In the training of Is heaves going lo pans Q I mad add my' two rent shoulders, If Atlas tool a

though John makes it Peter and Andrew, John and 5 av concerning the recent UUrgl- deep breath the heavens and wtee"

clear in the next chapter that James Philip and Nathanael uprightness will pre cal rktnges. I feel the whole the earth felt tilt vibration.
\ Wf' read the same words
Our Lord Himself did not bap. meanwhile watching them \III," 13. 10-131, ,,.ntfllon) eomet down to hiss Like s modern Atlas, the
tire but only His disciples: as and gain in the Gospel for the down. the "1-' belong U Ike Chunk Church has taken
counselling thl'nnow Toning vivid exuberance you << a deep
first Sunday of Advent The
that, for the first time, as His meaning Is: "Sky and earth of prophetic imager, and go along" << with her tracking breath of fresh air, and all
disciples, tht'y11'1" dealing this probably means that our *, or dors the (knrrk k*. of UI find ourselves a tot
\\iIIl'a 1 but words I
away my rMt
'rhtFloti laatJ1oltc with human ha iugc, will nut pass asa'The sky and earth will br transformed lung t. )o., evlillig U serve' shaken ; ( t

In the iniiiiU of the disciples kingdom of the blessed in when the Lord times VMir r.".,">*re nod sprlalrrdt Right now the sere practl.

.II this must hate linked up heaven is eternal, to change them into the realm ? cal question facing ark of .i '

nut only with the' baptism ad- The first significance of the of his glory Tie present form A, You have a point there, Is, what are w* going to d4
ministered bY their first nutIrr of sky soil earth will pass but I do not believe that the with this new year this new
of .
statement Is one emphasis.Do
John, but with what Our know way, but their substance will" distinction need be so definite.If .. era* Nothing that the \abcaa <, i
anything more
1111,5,1'( 1"1rr O,4.P lord had said lo Mcodemusabout you remain: new heavens and a you are property instructed Council hat done can relieveus .
niiu' c '.out PI"" wPt lasting than the earth and the '
III Jill UII4Nin the necessity of re-birth' sky Veil the. truth of! myword new earth in the meaning and purpose of our personal reiponsibilitv '
..ot ft'11' t'MtIMIt by wiirr' and the' of the liturgical changes, and to God Only we rancho j "
Spirit ,
Hf O KM Is even more enduring!:, Q la s recent column v-oi
are able to enter into the "* the direction tn I whichwe ,
h1"r'n1N' 10 111 IO' c..... 1111 Rut, whatever their perplexity it will outlast! the world itself, spoke of the earl Christians shall P,1',
of them
e, NMr IsMNwl 11N spirit the Church go
111 about this new baptism The second significance is II I Home fasting three dais s l ''l
Tut ,',... Cowls M i M.Mt M ntCttMIK may well serve your convenience We know that January hilt
to which indeed they pocalvptic and probably St. week: Mednesdav. Friday
Mla11NN.M asS IM Hit ** and
your special needs Is .
CitMi"' .tMK. CwKxtiu pa SOTIMtHM had already heard the Baptist Peter gives us the mat authentic ud Saturday, Tie rvston aa arbitrary date In a man- p ).. .
< ... MHlK M*'"*** "*tt..1. made calendar !U tin IMlfft M WMM Itotl .... MmtM himself rflrr Our lord interpretation) ; n of it in mutt rave' lasted; severaltrourUt ) .anti N 1r11xr.e rj'
there Is .
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Ik. Uuftll. I., ItwiliUa .. MeJ4w R 1e .,.
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nllw d.10"! But that 11ft it the Unttas will >. tart day last was I b, M....lo.r S, U. wi Ae. Won D.) that e. Wetw1M/e -1yW..a- tr'M :/ ,M rays.

/NM5 Ind, a Pies mightier th ('... ..U..elI ka... Jose lira or S- tel1.t.tr t.ttrnih .JI.II ". ,
baptism pan ay with a roar, UiJiljr accepted II, is* Irish ay o -- _. ..
........ 10,.. But U there are ,'tuba' ... .i .. .1M
... !Meanwhile, crowd thronged i 1\venly bodies will burn up ud Its practice asiomtd sera col.iM.M. UI I r t c I year oJI'. CI9Y.
Cdsi M"1" sM lions to be matte the time for ,W.lrA rNleIntl I
Mtrt t MM*,IKorl.i'if to them Crowds thronged and be destroyed, and the Importance kit the names In o.rflln (flgMfd pie***), making them ,,,_" ".11 _."
is right ow i
MM..W to the Baptist| too, at I-nnon: earth and all its works' will (....11, Ur three dais .( tll..I'.k .. .
The. n.rWa ( atk" .lk !I. '' -
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but smaller rosds..1. Jew melt away In fulfillment dense from Ie: Tkonrit-. j !"_ j"1 ..: -

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) he Florida CtlhoIIc I Friday, December SI, 196.1 ly of God together as a brotherhood enlivened munlon In the same Priesthood and ministry munlon In the Priesthood Prints should anywhere on earth To accomplish this

by one spirit.!, Through Christ Bishops should regard Priests as realize that the are obliged in a special' purpose there should be set up International

minds, the word of God ought not to be they lead them in the Holy Spirit to God their brothers and friends and be concerned manner towards those Priests who labor seminaries, special personal dioceses

explained in a general and abstract way the Father! For the exercise of this ministry as far as they are able for their under certain difficulties They should or prelatures (vicariates)), and so

DecreeContinued but rather by applying the lasting truth as for the ether priestly duties, material and especially for their spiritual give them timely help and also U needs forth by means of which according to

of the Gospel to the particular circumstances spiritual it conferred them For above all the admonish them
power upon wellbemg. upon awry, discreetly. Moreover their particular statute and always saving

of life for the building up of the Church Bishops rests the heavy responsibility they should ala ays treat with the right of Bishops, Priests may b*
( page ) The ministry of the word, is carried In building up of the Church Priests for the sanctity of their Priests. Therefore fraternal charity and magnanimity those trained and incardtnatcd for the good of

fled by the Holy Spirit can offer them- out In many ways. according) to the various must treat all with exceptional kindnessin they should exercise the greatest who have failed in some matters. offer the whole Church.

teheits "a sacrifice, living!:, holy, pleating needs of those who hear and the imitation of the Lord. They should act care in the continual formation of their urgent prayers to God for them and

to God" (Rom 12. 1)) special gifts of those who preach In towards men not as seeking to please Priests Ttey should gladly listen to continually show themselves as true Priests should not be sent singly to anew

Through the ministry of the Priests areas or communities of non-Christians, them, but in accord with the demands of their Priests Indeed consult them and brothers and friends. field of labor, especially to one

the spiritual sacrifice of the faithful i Is the proclaiming of the Gospel draws men Christian doctrine and l life They should engage In dialogue with them in those where, they are not completely familiar

made perfect in union with the sacrifice to faith and to the sacraments of saha teach them and admonish them as beloved matters which concern the necessities of I Though Priests of the New Testament, with the language and customs, rather

of Christ. He is the only mediator who lion In the Christian community especially sons, according to the words of the pastoral work and welfare of the diocese in virtue of the Sacrament of Orders, after the example of the disciples of
In order to this into>> effect, there exercise the most outstanding: and necessary Christ they should be sent two or three
In the name of the whole Church is offered among those who seem to understand Apostle: "Be urgent: in season out of put
sacramcntally in the Eucharist and and believe little of what they season, reprove. entreat, rebuke In all should -in a manner suited to today office of father and teacher among!: together so that they may be mutually

in an unbloody manner until the Lord practice, the preaching of the word is patience and doctrine" (2 Tim 4, 2)), conditions and necessities, and with a and for the People of God. they are helpful to one another Likewise thought.
nevertheless, with all Christ ful care should be given to their spirituallife
Himself comes. needed for the ministering of the structure and norms to be determined together
The ministry of Priests is directed to sacraments They very are precisely sacra.ments Priests, therefore, as educators In the by law-a body or senate of Priests rep faithful, disciples of the Lord made as well as their mental and bodily
faith, must see to It either by themselves resenting all the Priests This representative sharers In His Kingdom by the grace of welfare; and so far as if possible the
this goal and Is perfected in it Their of faith a faith which is born of
or through others that the faithful are God's call. For Priests circumstances and conditions of labor
ministry which begins with the and nourished by the word. body by its advice will be able to are
proclamation derives evangelical led Individually 'In the Holy Spirit to a give the Bishop effective assistance in among brothers with all those who have should be adapted to individual need
power This is especially true of the Liturgy development of their own vocation according administration of the diocese. been reborn at the baptismal font Theyare and capabilities

and force from the sacrifice of Christ.Its of the Word in the celebration of Mass in to the Gospel te a sincere and all members of one and the same At the same time It will be quite advantageous

wealth aim of is the that redeemed"the entire common which the proclaiming!: of the death and practical' charity, and to that freedom Priests, never losing sight of the fullness Body of Christ, the building up of whichis if those Priests ho go to

and the societyof resurrection of Christ is inseparably with which Christ has made us free. of the Priesthood which the Bishops required of ,,'er'on... work in a nation new to them not only

the saints be offered to God through Joined to the response of the people who enjoy must respect In them the authority know well the language of that place but

the High Priest who offered himself also hear and to the very offering whereby Ceremonies however beautiful or associations of Christ the Supreme Shepherd Priests, therefore mutt take the leadIn also the psychological and social milieu

for us in His passion that we might be Christ ratified the New Testament in however flourishing, will be of They must therefore stand by their Bishops seeking the things of Jesus. hrlst, not peculiar to the people they go to serve,

the body of so great a Head" His blood In this offering the faithfulare little value if they are not directed tow in sincere charity and obedience. the things that are their own. They must so that they may communicate with

The purpose therefore, which Priests united both by their depositions and ards the education of men to Christian work together! with the lay faithful and them easily thus following the example

pursue in their ministry and by their life by their discernment of the Sacrament. maturity In furthering this Priests This priestly obedience Imbued witha conduct themselves In their midst after of Paul the Apostle who could say of
should help men to see! what Is requiredand spirit ef cooperation Is based oa the the example of their Master who among!: I I
himself: For when was free of all
to the of God
is procure glory the Fatherin S. God who alone Is holy and who alone
what is God will in
importantand sharing In the episcopal ministry men came not to be ministered unto
very made myself the servant of all that I
Christ. That
glory consists in this- bestows holiness willed to take His
as unimportant events of life MM whkh Is conferred' oa Priests both but to minister and to give Ills life at might win over many Among Jews I
that men working freely and with and who would
agrateful companions helpers men
Christians should be taught that they through the Sacrament of Orders and redemption for many" (:Matt 20, 28))
was a Jew that I might win over the
spirit receive the work of God humbly dedicate themselves to the workof
themselves but accord.
live not only for the canonical minion. Priests must sincerely, acknowledgeand Jews' (If Cor t, 1920))
made perfect In Christ and then manifest sanctification. (Hence through the
big to the demands of the new law of
the of the and
dignity laity
it in their whole lives Hence ministry of the Bishop God consecrates charity as every man has receivedgrace This union of Priests with their Blshops the promote to them In the mission It The Shepherd and Bishop of out

Priests, while engaging in prayer and Priests that being made sharers by special he must administer the same to Is all the more necessary today since of the part Church proper And they should hold in souls 10 constituted I His Church that the

adoration or preaching the word or offering title in the Priesthood of Christ they others. In this way all will discharge in In our present age. for various reasons, high honor that just freedom which Is people whom He those and acquired by

the EucharistIC Sacrifice and administering might act as His ministers In performing a Christian manner their duties in the apostolic undertakings must necessarily due to everyone in the earthly city They His blood would have its Priests to the

the other sacraments. or sacred functions community of men. not only take on many forms but frequently must willingly listen to the laity, consider end of time, and that Christians would
performing other works of the ministryfor extend even beyond the boundaries never be like sheep without" a shepherd.IlKognltmg .
In the liturgy they continue te carryon have obligations towards their wants in a fraternal spirit
Although they
devote all this to theincrust'
men energy diocese desire and at the
of one parish or 1oPriest Clirikts
the action of their anti
of the God Ills priestly office by all men Priests have a special recognise experleme coinpe.truce
glory of and to man'sprogress .
therefore can on his own accomplish Inspiration of the Holy Spirit
in the ddfel rot of human ac
Ills areas
in the divine life. All of this obligation to the poor and weak entrusted
his mission in a satisfactory way.Ile that with them they apostles considered It their duty to selectmen
since it comes from the Pasch of Christ By Baptism men are truly brought to them for Our Lord Himself showed can du so only by joining forces with will trity" be, so able to together recognise the signs' of "who will be capable of teaching

will be crowned by the glorious coming into the People of God; by the sacrament that lie was united to them and their other Priests under the direction of the the times others" (2 Tim, 2. 2)), This duty then, I.a li

of the same Lord when He' hands over of Penance sinners are reconciled evangelization Is mentioned as a sign of Church authorities part of the priestly mission by which
the to God the Father messianic activitySith! special diligence While trying the spirits to see If they
Kingdom ,
to God and His Church: by the Anointing every 1'rlcst becomes a sharer In the
attention should be given to youth, g Priests virtue of their ordination ke of God Priests should uncover with"
of the Sick, the ill are given solace; and care of the whole (Church lest ministers
3. Priests who are taken! from among married and a sense of faith acknowledge with joy
and also to people parents
especially by the celebration of Mass to the Priesthood are united among be ever lacking for the People of God oaesith
men and ordained for men In the things they offer sacramentally the Sacrifice of It Is desirable that these Join together In themselves In an Intimate sacramental and (outer with diligence the various ,

that belong to God In order to offer gifts friendly meetings for mutual aid In lead. brotherhood In Individual dioceses I humble and exalted chailsms of the
Christ In administering all sacraments, Since however there Is common i cause:
and sacrifices for sins, nevertheless live and and In Christian laity. Among the other gifts of God,
fully a
rig more easily Priests form one Priesthood under their
as St. Ignatius Martyr has !borne witness between the captain of a ship and the
on earth with other men as brothers The from the early days of the (,Church manner a life that Is often diflicu tPriests own Bishop. Fven though Priests are assigned which are found In abundance among the sailors let thrlitian piople he taught
Lord Jesus. the Son of God a Man sent should remember that all Rell to different duties nevertheless" laity, those are worthy of ftiwclal! mention .
'Priests by various titles are bound together that It I II their duty to cooperate In one
by the Father to men dwelt among us hierarchically with the Bishop glous. both men and women who cer they carry on one priestly ministry for by which not a few of the laity are way or another, by constant prayer and
and willed to become like His brethrenin life Likewise .
tamly have a distinguished place In thehoune attracted to a higher spiritual
And so in a certain way they make him men\ other means at their diepossl| that the
all things except sin The holy apottles should confidently entrust lo
deserve they
of the Lord special care
in congregation All Priests are sent as workers In Church will always have a sufficientnumber :
present every
Imitated Him Blessed Paul! !, the doctor in their spiritual progress!: for the good the laity duties In the service of the
the same apostolate. whither they en- of Priests to carry out her divine
of the Gentiles "set apart for the Gospelof well with Church allowing them freedom and
and !
The other sacraments as as of the whole Church. finally, above It
gage In parochial or nlr"llarochl.1 mm- minion In the tint place therefore
God" I Rom 1, 1'' declares that he ever ministry of the Church and ever> all Priests must be solicitous fur the room for action, in fait they should Invite cf
Utry This is true whether they devote Is the duty of Prleits, by the ministry
became all things to all men that he tied together them and them suitable occasions to undertake
the on
work of apostolate are sick and the dying. visiting
their efforts to scientific research or the word and by the example of their
might save all. with the Eucharist and are directed strengthening them in the Lord works on their own initiative
teaching. or whether by manual labor own lives. showing forth the spirit of

Priests of the New Testament bv (heir toward it The Most Bleated boon Eucha of The office of pastor I* not confined to they share In the lot of the workers Finally' I'rlrnts have been placed In service anti true paschal joy to demon.strafe .

location and rdinatloi. are li a certain Hit contains the entire spiritual Himself the care o< the faithful as individuals, themselves there Is need for this and the midst of the lady to lead them to to the faithful lie excellence and

sense set apart In the booom .( tile "People the Church. that is, Christ our but aloo In a true some Is extended to competent authority approves! -or finally the unity of rhar ity. loving: one another. nrteulty of the I rlesthood; then they
the actionof
et dod lit*ever, Ihey are not la be Pasch and Living< Bread by Ids the format**! of a genuine Christian I whether they fulfill some other a|>os< with fraternal love, eager to give one another should see to it that young men and

separated from the People *f dod .r the Holy Spirit through very community \ti the spirit of the community toile tasks or tabor designed for the apos- precedence" (Rom 12, 101 It l ltheir 11 adults whom they judge worthy of such

from any person; but they are I* be flesh vital and vitalising. giving life to siiuuki be ao f fettered as to embrace Wale All Indeed are united In the tank therefore, to reconcile differences ministry should be called by their BUh

totally dedicated to the work for whkh men who are thua invited and etoor'aged not only the total (church but also building up of the Body of Christ which. of mentality In such a way that no op la>> ordination, sparing no effort or In
lbenoaelyip! their, iaherland
the Lord has chosen them to offer the universal thvrch. The local com especially in our times. requires manifold one nerd feel himself a stranger In the convenience! in helping them to prepare,

all created things, together with muntty should promote not only the rare duties and new methods, community of the faithful (fur this rail, always saving their internal

They cannot be ministers of Christ unless Him of Its own faithful but filled with a missenary It Is very Important that all Priests, and external freedom of action In this
they be witnesses and dispensers of In this light the Kucbartot shows itself I They are defenders t>f the common direction
teal H ohiMld prepare alto the whether diocesan or Religious, help one effort, diligent and prudent spiritual
a life other than earthly life But they as the source and the apes of the whole, way to ('Ares! for all men In a special another always to IMo fellow workers In good with which they are charged In It of the greatest value.Parents .
cannot be of service. to men if they re- work of preaching the Gaefri ThoM the same of, the Blihnp \I| (the same
truth, Each: therefore. Is unitedin
way, catechumeni' and the nealvbop, the one who
teachers and all
lime strenuous atiertors ef (the and are
to the life and conditionsof introduced nv they are
main strangers under instruction are
tiled who be educated gradually to special bond of apostolic charily
mutt truth, lei! Iht'( faithful h* carried about engaged In any way In Ih* education .f
men Their ministry itself by a special states to a sharing in the Furharirt: and know and In live the Christian life are ministry and brotherhood with the other
title, forbids that they be conformed the faithful already marked with the by every wind.1 doctrine. beta and young mm ihould so prepare
enlnuUd U his case. members of this "Priesthood This has the sollrl*
to this world; yet at the same time K seal! of Baptism and Confirmation are them thai they will rerognli
from ancient times In
been manifested They are united by a itxv\ 'lal mlk'llucl .
requires that they live In this. world through the reception of the Fucharutfully No (11,1.1t.mmulllt.\ .. however l is lode of Our) lord for Ills flock will ton.iMrr
when Prints at
the liturgy present with" those who have fallen away from and will
among men The' are to live as good joined to the Body of Christ. "built up unless II has Us b;,li and center IM'dlll.hot'l Invited to the needs of the (Chunk
as are imposehands the use of the sacraments. or perhapseven le
shepherds that know their, sheep and In the celebration .f the most ll-ly be. prepared le rrtpond generously
together! with the ordaining Bishop from the faith Indeed, as "Mid.hl'tJl..rd.
McharUtkrlle everwhlrk 'Here
Thus the : lord when He rails sating
to seek to lead those who are. nchirUl: from this. ihrrrUre all edit our
they are :
ls tile on the new candidate" and with | .. they should not cease from
very me" Isaiah .
the I'rletl presides I am l lard send ( aJ)
too mutt
that they. title Iltt' community
not of this sheepfold may h 'I'rtetli. u spirit concelebrate the Sacred 1 1I'h..- going out to them,
hear the voice of Christ, so that there heart ef the r..rU.II. tied lake Hi origin. This rek,.,..ii. If II ItU rut This voice of the lAIrd railing how

might be one fold and me shepherd mutt Intlrurl their people U offer U Ik U* barr .be grunt** and rontplrte, should lead Mindful of the prescripts on ecumen ever. I.I never to be xpmtd ai something .

To achieve this aim certain virtues the lather the INviiie Mclim le virmwi corks II( charily and mMlml I:ark and every iciest therefore, li lam let them not forget their brothers whkh In an extraordinary manner

which in human affairs are deservedly rtfke If f the Mais, and I. join <. it the kelp, a' well ale missionary activity ailed with his fellaw "Treats In a bond who do not enjoy full rccleta.
esteemed, contribute a great deal such offering ef their ewe lives. and le dlllrrral harms .f( Chrltlla* wll of charily, prayer and total rovpersllon.I munlon with us "Print It Is rather to be known and

as goodness of heart sincerity. strengthand In the sent of Christ the" Shepherd. aesiTKe. I this manner, they m.III'.IIII.1' unity Finally thy have entrusted to them understood In the manner in which the

constancy of mind zeatou pursuit they mINt prompt their. people' !. con- airless. community by pra>.reiample blrh (heist wlllrd namrlr. thai( illseon all (hot* who do nut revenue Christ at will of (MX| Is daily mad known to prudent -

of juUce. affability. ad atkeri The feM their sine with a reeXiKe. heart M arid work of "poMnce. sac he perfected 'In *n* w that (the world their taviour Christian. These Indications should,

Apostle.. Paul commends them saviaujWhatever the Sacrament ef Penanre, so that class a true mothcrhDod towards souls might' knew thai the Ma was sent by lie be rarruUKIltd by Priests

things are true. whatever mindful of Hit words Hefrwt for the Father The Christian faithful, for their part,
who. are to be .led. to Chmt The Chris .
honorable, whatever loot. whatever .holy, ksHdun W God is at band Waft 4. should realli their obligations to thetr Works f.vorln'Ol'lllon. thersforo
whatever loving. whatever of good 17)) they are draw claIM !. the Lord ban commHSUty forms M effective Instnunont Older Prietts therefore. should re Prieots, and wild filial i love they should whether diocesan or national are highly!
which the to Christ aad
repute, If there tit aay virtue tf aay. mare ad more pock Aty by poll tllYOUIII.r Priests as true brothers follow them a* their pa l.ri and fattier, recommended to the consideration til
Ills Church is .panted out and. made and them lit their first undertakings I'riedi, la In catecrutual in.ntrusians .
help rmona
thing is worthy of praise thiak epos Priests likewise must kutrurt their In hilt manner sharing their rues, they
smooth I for tom belteveri It le M et>i and duties, Th older ones In written articles, Prints
these tlwIa,." (IPhd. 41 1 to prtKipt M UK cvktwatioMof priestly should help their "l'ri."'ti !by prayer and ,
people the kwtninwnt aloe, for arwim|. novrtesting should likewise endeavor to understand slKMild set forth( the needs of the Churchlath
the Sacred Liturgy to such a way that work Innorar as pfwilfete, so that! their.
Chapter II become proficient tt gosniSMprtm and otrwigthtamg the faithful. for the mentality of younger Prints, even Prints might more readily overcome 1 locally and universally. putting Inti

they They most eea their people ente their spiritual 1 combat though it he different from their own. dffuiiit and be able t* fulfill their vivid light the nature and seellen:. cf

The of Priests M ever more perfect and. constant In .lna>lesn< Ute thriatie* comiwseMyPr and follow their projects. with gad will duties' more fruitfully the prititly. mllllltr,. who h conjoin
Ministry By the sam token, young Priests should heavy burden wllh great toys, and in
a4 dWy to tasader at
sprit o< prayer for every grace a* *-oU are sever .pat
Section One ? mast gUy pnsnade everyone te lit* ovrvre of some .kwaaan f adam or respect the ag* and spertenr of theirwntors Section Three: which In a sieclal| / way. as the lathers
: should' seek their advk of the Church out, the greatest hiss
the reJfmWt of the duties ef his stale m..elo.y. but. as heralds of UM Gospel : they point
Prietti1 Functions and willingly coopers with them In The Distribution of Priettt of ('hrl.t tan be shown.
; of Me aJ te greeter process to iFs and .4ieoheHs. of the Chore*. they are tosf ,
seoasMe to tfce evageista *- >md themselves for tire sptntnatgmth I everything that pertains. to the car i-f
4 The People of God are joined together .pin. M a way nook, and Vocation to the Chapter III
word of the lit tag G- ,....... Knotty they mot.m of the Body of Ckrut
primarily by the la fraternal Priests should. Priesthood
ad spiritual, a spirit
feUhful to sin, hynMM
And rightfully they sprt tola from War who the. !ill their hearts to the lord ah.a ifivlSMt Section TWO: putrid hAifMtafHy. cultivate kmdUni Tho Life of Priests
be sated twigs
Priests Since lie one can 10 The spiritual gift which Prieats r*
tfcMks to God the rather for all and share their g+mdi m emm"" They
does not first believe' PrteoU, as coworkers Priests' Relationship with should be particularly nrfH-Hwui. for the tll" at their ordatwi prepared them'
the name *f OW Lord JeotuOsnat Section One
M. the Due** :
with their Bishop ark. the afflicted tM** overburdofiedwith net for a tort of limited sad narrow mis-

primary duty a* procUinuag the Gospel Others work, the lonely,. those eilM! from shod .but for the widest poessklo sad uni The Vocation of Priettt to

of Gd te aOla .. eased to tt* otker anal miaslon of salvation "ovoo: .to the
meets tkosn.et 1 All Prieata. H _oa .ita. Huiwps. vt their t\MI..Itd., and th*** wh setter the life of Perfection
tkls they feWN the command .hours of IM dy the pta.e sad thaaksgivag stare to ... and the sa.e Priesthood. persecution They ihould gladly and toy ends of the earth i Acts I, Is)1. ,for curry

.f the lard way: '.<..!'a, the rf .re tat the of the RMriianotsc eotekratMpray m and ssusuot/y of ClInIC that the> very fully gather together far rrreatin, rmemrierMg *. pntly mMMry. shares M tk Maier. II J Prleits are male In tilt likeness cf

kle. ..rid preach the (.*Opel! U every IK law. Divtsw Oltste. offered r tM unity of tkmr ceswcrataM and MMHMtiasistai (Christ tovttatton to the salty of the ........ entrusted 'by Christ IVuri the Prmi by Ih* arrront of

mature" Mark K Iii.. sal they r.- Mme of tke. Church tor obi the. p"oes <. their kioraix-kical eoNUMtntM weary apostles. "('am* aotd to a desert lo Hit *.*."*. Th PrMothiwt .f blot: (>rtk>f*. M that Ibis may. In u.iutx: : -
| rwlod to that core, sad Iced. lor and rest whit/ Mark I II'> la situ II all ,',..... really share, U a* work flit tie
M. < too with lire
Uklita. sad ,*IW up l" *.,w .f with ... order W B.ahspi. At pane to aaK pier. a Burma
wbshe west/. reel.ally intended fee all .peoples and all the Burr'h whu t tU h
the sad ot
ikM( mauve they snaotreet this And further, w. order that I'rhedl. may hiiilikag up earn
Thrwfh. the savmg, word! the Math of UIMI aad it know no 'limit *. btoodaaHoaality th* whole Italy ,>( (.:!Itle<<. aciuig asnsaMtori
.hoa. of In which phi Mod omoiMaiDO M MvfgMal ceajceMrfabM" lad mutual ..*.1'..> In the develop
faith ks ht M the kwam o( iiSbdINOws prayer or Urn, she it u alreadymytUriouily Him who the heal 1.tk*
of is i
Holy KisrhorM is riiihrnnd aod n as joMod rut Hw fttokos whoa they eel. .Inset of Mar spiritual, aad tidier. tualWe
and M M (to MartI the aittfial flea sad ...*.. the fCMrknnatir ''acrifr that tkvy may be able to cooperate prefigured r Ik peas an other (hrlotiana. they have rorsuvel lit
where the fai feM fatter
of (.... served. III kMrkl. .. .hLH
II lilt way tkat fee cere.a *si vlMr ttw of la. Ion of God Tksrolore. ky roars of Ike pit III the ..... effortlvety M their isUMotry and be tM Sacrament of BatAiam the syrrtxland l

Pot as ataried aad .grew. toat M tt Roisw.Psyrosc.otfr 4 for M m the altar Holy. frpsnt which *. gt eo to rYieotiHory is saved from tk dangers" of loxlisxoinlch Priests r*
A.cM""1g_. fan.* caste hem Oar sacnftce babies stros.th and ..... airs Biakipi regard them at may aru It M meary that the case of all LtNirckM SMMI t.. tknsrwlimate that wen M "human weakness they ai

hearts. *. MIl housK main the wise III of. pie aidsfvl must ke ioi.. sn aced urn.man helpers 1 and roiOMilteri in WaarM mm kind of ,......wi life or tome iharIng careen ....., Priests of sob and mUll ark for perfwtion. a' nrdingto

CIIrM" IMi M IT, salable.s oa tor aed oed fwrtaMTkm ?> and us tkeir rink of teactsMCaasrtif of eotnmori hVe tit ewonrafH arnoagfr ........ at are rich M vocation didd. tM *ihr''timi A < brut II* <, J
T. at nee awe*** PnetO are ooeton, MIl the ,lartkhtl .ee calM )m g sod swuriahaH (1M People *f .e.ti This .ho.*.., may Ufce m.*, saaw themselves with. and< reedy, iPh ,...,"""* priest at Lair )Jf-l\fII'' IN

dtbb,. Wl the IrwdI eI des GeaolMid to etioo1t.S4 with gratrfvl heart ttHI >- Gel AJreedy m tk .w.*ol ais fit tOawrh liar a<<*r4uig to "f'r"t peevish l orp Ik, permiMfM *t r" *ir ewes -1. lhr .It perlxt I fen i. MiPrtii

they hays m> .* glow se Mien of Htm. o*. th'ob KM .kisfnaaiiycoootMtrj so ford .ntnrgiral lesk prectamv *...ral 1 psdo. s<,h as brag together MiihotM! to vniuai.*r for work M her ore brood, nn.*vr te 1'-111'

And whether ay ....-c atf* ."...- pas drtaM Isis MMO tk* away tog tkss wild lowateeite. ai when. tteysotomaly where tats w sotMk:*. er kanag eon replies moiKxn *f n4avri wktrh. are that, perfection, la ,!>" -al faikiin T\f

able' as.ilijsn they brag people to .e km of HI..*> LM Prs eta lake rare call eaon (... U tare ant upon SAM I.tM. or at bait 17 freoaa4 poor r Msakrrt ef clergy hat been COOWM .'H I ky God In a age

eaJypr and fail tk caosMit kif a,illy arsliaoljejila pHroer aeeetage ..o.. sw.id hold. afcoMc .*.., al their nrOMatlan" and mane
ye.g*> M God whither so to lueter I a u-. .. fit pr l rued norms of iat.,...Uan a" 4rru.t
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.. lilt III God ... s.by *...l VUucaloittotny .M trine Ids marvkmi curb wh.r.by the
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world those whs Priests seek and fervently pray that God So it i is supremely n t',pat least In regions -
its nature It postulates that Master By using the as
IVtvmber Sl 19MContinufd God: by very the clergy
The Florida Catholic, Friday. where the itipp it ot
; in the carrying out of their work, spurred do not use it. let them achieve that free will grant them the spirit of true adoration on the of
develop new dom whereby they are free from every whereby they themselves alonj completely or largely
on by charity, they approaches offerings
example of Priests who, even In our own and methods for the greater inordinate concern and become docile to with the people committed to them, may brings of the faithful, that their
day. have not shrunk from giving their themselves with Christ for this purpose be collected by a
In their life Intimately unite
good of the Church. With enthusiasm and the voice of God daily which the
Decree !lives, As they are' leaders the faith andas From this freedom and docility grows the Mediator of the New Testament, and particular: diocesan Institution
courage. let Priests propose new projectsand help of
they enter the sanctuary with confidence children of God be Bishop administers with the
strive to satisfy the needs of their spiritual discretion in which" is found the so as adopted who
through the blood of Christ" flocks Of they must be ready t* right relationship to the world and earthly able to call out abba, ather" (Rom Priests and, when useful of laymen

( from pug: five) I Heb 10, 191) they approach God "with submit to the course decisions of those who rule goods. Such a right relationship is of 8, 13)). are expert in financial matters

sincere, hearts In the full assurance of Further it is hoped that insofar as II
aerves the flock committed to him and the Church of God great importance to Priests, because the '
the entire People of God, he may the the faith' 'illeb 10 221 they set up a mission of the Church: is fulfilled in the 19 (Study and pastoral knowledge 1 possible in individual dioceses or regions

better grow In the grace of Him whose sure hope for their faithful, that they By this humility and by willing rev midst of the world, and because created Priests are abmonwhed by their Bishop there be established common fund enabling

tasks he performs, because to the weakness may comfort those who are depressed by sponible obedience, Priests eeafera goods are altogether necessary for the In the sacred rite of ordination that they( Bishops to satisfy obligations to
the same consolation wherewith God themselves te Christ "be mature in knowledge" and that then and meet the
of our flesh there is brought the personal development] of man. Let thembe other deserving persons
holiness of Him who for us was made a consoles them As leaden of the community grateful, therefore for all that the doctrine be spiritual medicine for the needs of various dioceses This wouidalso

Priest "holv, guiltiest undefiled they cultivate an asceticism be. They make their own nil sentiments heavenly Father has given them to lead People of God The knowledge of the enable wealthier dioceses to help

cot High reckoned among us sinners" (Heb 7, coming to a shepherd of souls, renouncing or Jesus Christ" hit emptied "Himself, a full life rightly; but let them see all sacred minister ought to be sacred because the poorer, that the need of the latter
taking on the form of a servant, becoming drawn from the sacred sourer
their personal convenience, seekingnot that to them in the light of faith, is might be supplemented bv the abundanceof
26)) what is useful to themselves but to obedient even to death (Phil 2, 79). that comes correctly use goods and directed to a sacred goal. Especially the former These common fund,
Christ, whom the Father sanctified many, for their salvation, always making Ry this obedience He conquered and so in they to the will of God and reject Is it drawn for reading and meditating even though they should be principal!

consecrated and sent into the world further progress to do their pastoral made up for the disobedience of Adam, those response which harmful to their mission on the Sacred Scriptures and it is equally made up of the offerings of the faithful\'
"gave Himself for us that lie might redeem work better! and, where needful, pre- as the Apostle testifies "for as by the nourished by the study of the Holy also should be provided for by other duly

us from all iniquity and cleanse pared to enter into new pastoral ways disobedience of one man, many were" Fathers and other Doctors and monuments established sources

for Himself an acceptable people] pursuing under the direction of the Spirit of Love, made sinners, so also by the obedience of For Priests who have the Lord as their of tradition In order moreover,,

good works (Titus 2, 14)). and thus which breathes where it wilts one, many shall be made jus.." (Rom. "portion and heritage," (Num. It, 20)) that they may give apt answers to quo. Moreover, in nations where social

through suffering entered into His glory, f, II), temporal goods should be used only towards tions posed by men of this age, it it security for the clergy is not yet aptly

In like fashion. Priests consecrated by 14 In the world of today, when peopleare 16 (Celibacy is to be embraced and esteemed ends which are licit according to necessary for Priests to know well the established, let the episcopal conferences

the anointing of the Holy Spirit and sent so burdened "with duties and their ) Perfect and prpetu.1rontint'nu the doctrine of Christ and the direction the doctrines of the magistenum and see tot that-In accord with ecclesiastic

by Christ must mortify the works of the problems, which oftentimes have to be as 111ft.for the lake of the Kingdom of the Church the councils and documents of the cal and civil laws-there may be either \I

flesh in themselves and give themselves solved with great haste range through of Heaven commended by Christ the Ecclesiastical goods, properly 1 so Roman pontiffs and to consult the best diocesan Institutes, whether federatedwith

entirely to the service of men It is in so many fields there is considerable Lord and through the course of time as tailed, according to their nature and ecclesiastical of prudent writers of theological science. one another or established for various

this way that they can go forward in that danger of dissipating their energy law', should be administeredby dioceses together or territorial a sociations -

holiness with which Christ endows themto Priests, too, Involved and constrained by well is in our own days freely acceptedand Priests with" the help of capable laymen Since human culture and also sacred which under the vigilance: of the

so many obligations of their office, certainly observed In a praiseworthy manner and should at- science has progressed In our times, hierarchy would make sufficient and
man. as far as possible
perfect by of the faithful Is held by the
have reason to wonder, how they many be employed for those purposes in Priests are urged to suitably and without suitable provision for what is called\

Hence, those who" exercise, the ministry can coordinate and balance their interiorlife Church to be of great value in a special ways the pursuit of which it is licit for the Interruption perfect their knowledge( health insurance and the necessary support

of the spirit and of justice will be with, feverish outward activity f either manner for the priestly life It is at the Church to temporal goods- .f divine things; and human affairs and of Priests who" suffer from sickness

confirmed in the life of the spirit, so long the mere external performance' of same time sign and a stimulus for pastoral namely for possess the carrying out of divine so prepare themselves to enter more opportunely invalid conditions or old age( Let Priests

as they are open to the Spirit of Christ, the works" of the ministry, nor the exclu charity and a special source of worship, for the procuring of honest Into conversation with their share in this established institute,

who, gives them life and direction By 11ngagmnt in pious devotion, although spiritual fecundity in the world Indeed, sustenance for the clergy, and for theexercise contemporaries. prompted by the spirit of solidarity with"
sacred actions which are theirs daily about tJ1ISn'ess.ry it Is not demanded by the very .nature of .
the helpful, can bring in their tribulations
very of the works of the holy anostolate their brothers to take part
Therefore let Priests more
from the
the Priesthood in
which as apparent
their entire
.s well as by coordination. Priests can arrive '
while at the same time being
or works! of charity, especially in the methodsof
and their fellow practice of the early Church and from study and effectively learn
share with the Bishop the .
they at this only by. following exam- behalf of the needy freed from an anxious concern for their
and the
Priests, they are directed to perfection pie of Christ Our lArd in their mini try, the traditions of the Eastern Churches, evangelization apostolate cultivate
Those which Priests and Bishops own future so that they can
aids be with all
where, besides those who with all the Let opportune prepared
in their lives His food was to follow the will of Him and
receive for the exercise of their ecclesiastical such the Institution of evangelical poverty more readily
choose to observe
of care as
by gift
Bishops a grace,
Holiness does much for Priests in who had sent Him to accomplish His office should be used for territorial give themselves fully to the salvation of
celibacy there are also named and meetings according to
tarrying on a fruitful ministry. Although work Priests of highest merit adequate support and the fulfillment of conditions, the erection of centers of pastoral souls Let those In charge of this act to

divine grace could usa unworthy minis In order to continue doing the will i tHis Yet this holy synod, "while it commends their office and status, excepting those studies, the establishment of libraries bring together the institutes of various

ters to effect the work of salvation, yet Father In the world, Christ works unceasingly ecclesiastical celibacy, in no way intends governed by particular laws. That whichis and the qualified supervision of nations In order that their strength be
for the most part God chooses, to show in excess they should be willing to set more firmly achieved and more broadly
.: through the Church. He operates to alter that different discipline which studies by suitable persons

forth His wonders, those and direction who are of more the through!! Ills ministers, and hence legitimately flourishes In the Eastern: aside for the good of the Church or for Moreover, let Bishops, either Individually based.

open to the power He remains always' the source and wellspring Churches It exhorts all works of charity Thus they are not to
and who can by reason of permanently or united in groups, see to it that all
Holy Spirit, seek ecclesiastical office the benefitsof Conclusion andExhortation
with Christ and their of the unity of their lives.[ those who have received the Priesthoodin or their Priests at established intervals,
their close union
it for the increase of their own family
life with St Paul : "And achieve this marriage to perserve in their holy especially a few )ears after their ordination
holiness say Priests, then, can coordination w earth. Therefore, in no way placing
yet I am alive: or rather, not I: it is and unity of life by joinln&Ihmslvt'll vocation so that they may fully themselves and. their hurt in treasures, they should may be able to frequent

Christ that lives in me" (Gal 2, tot', with Christ to acknowledgethe generously continue to expend courses In which they will be given the
abstain -
avoid all greediness and carefully( the
for the sake of the flock commended opportunity to acquire a fuller knowledge 22 Having before our eyes the toys of

Hence, thin holy munch, to fulfill Its will of the Father.of For themselves them this to to them from every appearance of business of pastoral methods and theological priestly life, this holy synod cannot at

pastoral' desires of an Internal renewal means a complete gift the same time overlook the difficulties
science, both in order that they may
the flock committed to them Hence, ..1thl'Y Indeed' has a .faceted\
itf the Church, of the spread nf the Go* their spiritual life and which" Priests experience in the circumstances -
invited to strengthen
Priests, moreover are embrace
fulfill the role of the Good Shl'phrrd.in suitability for the Priesthood For the
J'l'lln' every land and of a dialogue!! with" which communicate their apostolic of contemporary life For we
they mutually
of their pastoral voluntary poverty
the very exercise whole priestly mission is dedicated to the
the world, of today, strongly urges all their brothers New know how much economic and social
conformed to Christ fpt'rienct'l'Ith
are more manifestly
bond ofpriestly
they will discover a service of humanity which Christ
charity a new
Priests that strive alwajs for that conditions are transformed( and even
sacred and those who have newly begun
which, draw their life the victor death has aroused and become eager in the ministry pastors
growth in holiness by which, they will, become perfection coordination over pastoral work, as well as those who are more how much the customs of men art
and activity to unity and through His Spirit In the world and
consistently better Instruments In sent to other dioceses or nations, should changed, how much the scale of valuesis
of God This pastoral charIty flows out in a which has its origin "not of blood nor of For Christ, though He was rich, He- estimation of Asa
the service of the whole People ( be helped by these and other suitable changed in the men.
using for this purpose those means which, very special way from the Eucharistic: the will of the flesh nor of the will of fame poor .n account 0' us, that by His with result the ministers of the Church and

the Church has .ppro\ I'd. Sacrifice. This stand as the root and center man but of God' (John 1, 13)) Throughviigmity seed we might become rich And by means special care.Finally sometimes the faithful themselves feel

of the whole life of a Priest What then, or celibacy observed for their example the apostles witnessedthat the Bishops will be solicitous like strangers In this world anxiously

13. Priests who perform( their duties sincerely takes place on the altar of sacrifice, the the Kingdom ofll'l\'tn. Priests are! consecrated a free gift *f God Is I* be freely that tht're111 be some who dedicateIhemselses looking for the ways" and words with

and indefatigably in the Spirit of priestly heart must make his own. This to Christ by a new and exceptional how tesustala of
(hen, with the knowledge<< f to a deeper study theology, which to communicate with' It. For there
Christ arrive at holiness by this very cannot be done unless Priests through reason They adhere to Him more both abundance and seed that there will not be lacking suitable are new obstacles which have arisen to

fact. continue to penetrate more deeply easily with an undivided heart, they
prayer teachers for the formation of clerics, the faith: the seeming unproductlvtrr of
into the mystery of Christ dedicate themselves more freely in Him .s certain common use of goods, similar faithful
Since they are ministers of God'i.lIrd. that the rest of the Priests and the work done and also the bitter lonelinesswhich )
and Him to the service of God to the common possession of goods
. each day they read and hear the In order to measure and verify( this ('11ol'dlnatlon through will be helped to acquire the d'x'trmathey men experience can lead them to
and and In the history of the primitive ChufC'h.'urnish'l ,
men, they more expeditiously
word of God, which it is their task to of l life in a concrete way, let need, and that healthy progress will the danger of becoming spiritually depressed
to His Kingdom and the work an excellent means of pastoral
teach to others If at the same time they Priests examine all their works and projects life be encouraged; in the sacred disciplines, .
of heavenly regeneration, and thus they charity By living this form .
are ready to receive the word themselves to see what Is the "11of\ God- so necessary for the Church
aie apt to accept, in a broad sense, Priests can laudably reduce to practicethat The world which today Is entrusted t*
will into more perfect namel '. to how their endeavors compare -
they daily see
grow ) paternity In Christ spirit of poverty commended by 20 (Providing equitable remunerationfor the tov lag ministry .f the pastors .f the
followers of the Lord. As St Paul wroteto with the goals of the Gospel mission
In this way they profess themselves her ChristId Priests i As those dedicated to the Church Is that which God N fcved that
Timothy "let this be thy study, of the Chun'h. Fidelity to Christ cannot -
fore men willing to be dedicated to th.offl'e service of God and the fulfillment of the He would give His Only So. for It.
these thy employments, so that all may be separated from faithfulness to His by the Spirit of the Lord who
committed to them namely, te office entrusted to them Priests deserveto
Ire how well thou doest Two things Church anointed the Saviour and sent Him to Truly this world, indeed weighed down
commit themselves faithfully to one man receive an equitable remuneration,
claim thy attention thyself and the Pastoral charity requites that Priests evangelize the poor, Priests therefore, with many sins but also endowed with
and to show themselves as a chaste virgin because the laborer Is worthy of his
teaching of the faith, spend thy tare on avoid operating in a vacuum and that and also Bishops, should avoid everything many talents, provides the Church with
for Christ and thus to evoke the mysterious hire (Luke 10, 7i> and the Lord directed
them; so wilt thou and those who listento they work In a strong bund of union with which in any way could turn the the (living stones which' are built up Into
marriage established by Chnst, that those who preach the Go5pf'Ishould
the achieve salvation" ((1 Tim 4, their Bishops nad brother! Priests! I If ( poor away Before the other followers of the dwelling place of God In the Spirit
and fully to be manifested in the future, have their living from the Gospel
1516))I. this be I their program Priests will trod Christ, let Priests set aside every appearance This same Holy Spirit, while impelling
in which the Church has Christ as her (il Cor >, 14)).
As they seek how they may better the coordination and unity of their own living of vanity in their possessions the Church to open new wan to go to the
only Spouse They gi\e, moreover, a
teach others what they have learned, life In the oneness of the Church mission I Let them arrange their homes so that Wherefore Insofar a. a* equitable world of today suggests and favors the
sign of the world to come, by a faith
they will better understand 'the unfathomable They will be Joined with the lard and charity already made present, in they might not appear unapproachableto remuneration of the Priests wnuld Rot be growth of fitting adaptations in the ministry

riches of Christ' ( rph: 3. 8)) and through Him with the Father In the which the children of the resurrection anyone, lest anyone, even the most provided otherwise, the faithful themselves of Prietts

and the manifold wisdom' of God If they Holy Spirit This will bring! them great humble, fear to visit them -that Is, those In whose behalf the

keep in mind that it is God who opens satisfaction and a full measure of happiness neither marry nor take wives.F'or Priest l.bort-are truly abllged\ I* see Priests should remember that In performing .

hearts, and that power comes not from these reason based on the mystery Section Three: !I. It that they ear preside what help U their office the) are never alone

themselves but from the might( of God, In of Christ and His mission, celibacy, necessary fr the honorable sad worthy but strengthened by the power of AI)
Aid for the Life of Priests
the very fact of teaching!! God word they Section Two: which first was recommended to Priests, life.( the Priests mighty God behesing in Christ who

will, be brought loser to Christ th.Ttachr later the latin Church called them to share In His Priesthood. ,
in was imposed 18 s.ids the spiritual life)
i to
Special Spiritual Requirementsin encourage
The however should admonish should devote themselves to their
Bishops, they
His Thus those
and led
by Spirit upon all who were to be promoted to In order that, In all conditions of life,
'who commune with Christ share In God the Life of a Priest sacred oiders Tim legislation, pertaining they be able to grow in union with I the faithful concerning this obligation ministry with complete trust, knowing
of theirs And tht'ahould see to It- that God can cause charity to grow in
love, the mystery of "which kept hidden to those who are destined for the besides the of
from the beginning of time is revealedin 15, Among the virtues that Priests must Priesthood this Christ Priests, exercise whether" each individual for his own diocese them Let them be mindful of the,r
holy synod again appioves the
their conscious ministry common .
Christ possess for their sacred ministry noneis and this enjoy or, more aptly several together for brothers In the Pmsthond as well and

so important as a frame of mind and of the confirms fully trusting the and particular means, old and new, their common tf'rrllot'-that norms are allO of the faithful of the entire world
gilt Spirit so fitting for Priesthood
Priests act especially in the person of soul I hereby they are always ready to which the !Spirit never ceases to arouse established according to which" suitable who are associated with them
the New Testament
Christ as ministers of holy things, particularly know and do the wilt of Him who sent of freely given in the People of God and shish the support Is rightly pro tded for those who
by the Father provided that those who Church commends, and sometimes commands Fer alt Prints cooperate In earning
in the Sacrifice of the Mass, them and not their own will The divine do fulfill or have fulfilled a special obbce
participate\ in the Priesthood of Christ sanctification of her sup the .( tied thai I I. the
saving .
for the : plan
the sacrifice of Christ who Himself ,
gave task that they are" called by the Holy in the service of the People of God.
the of Orders and
through sacrament
for the sanctification of men Hence, they !Spirit to fulfill surpasses all human wisdom members The remuneration received by each one, Mystery .( IhrIM. Ike sacrament tiMdrtfr
also the whole Church-humbly and fervently the I b which h
are asked to take example (from that and human ability "God choosesthe Outstanding among all these spiritual m accord with 1 his office and the conditions m ages lied. only
pray for It. I f HMmra iHlle by (little
with' which they deal, and Inasmuch as weak things( of the world to confoundthe This sacred synod also exhorts all slds are these" acts ,by which the faithful of time and place. should be fundamentally brought *
thrMtrh the rllabraltai tf mla
they celebrate the mystery of the lard'sdeath II I Cur I 27)) the for all in the many
strong" ( Priests who in following the example of are nourished the Herd .f dad at the same tf'(1IrI.
ktriet I* building the P.ed .'
they should keep their bodies fteeof Aware of his own weakness, the true double table .f Sacred Scripture and the circumstances and befitting his station ap
wantonness and lusts, Christ, freely receive sacred celibacy asa salt It grows I* the f IW.t .( time.
minister of Christ works in humility try grace of God that they magnanimously KcharUt.: Moreover there who have dedicated

In the tnvslenr of the iicharlstlr: ing to do what Is pleasing to dod Filled and whole heartedly adhere to it, and !themselves the service of the Priesthood All this, hidden with Christ In ( ,,)(f.

Sacrifice, In. which Priests fulfill their with the Holy Spirit, he guided by Him that persevering faithfully in it, they The importance of frequent use of by reason of the remuneration they can be uniquely' perceived' bv u.th For

greatest task, the work of our redemption who desire the salvation of all men He may acknowledge( this outstanding gift these for the sanctification of Priests of II, receive. should net ants be able to honorably the leaders of the People of (..,d ,"nu.l.
all. The ministers sacramental
understand,! this desire of God and follows obvious to for themselves but alas walk bY faith the
provide following M
Is being constant); carried on; and of the Father which is so openly praisedand united to
hence the daily celebration of :Mass Is It In the ordinary circumstances of extolled by the Urd l>t them keep grace are intimately themselves he provided with seme faithful' Abraham, she m faith ..1"1>
strongly: urged: since even if there can hit everjdav life With humble disposition before their eyes the great mysteries Christ Our SI\lour and the through means of helping the needy For tie bv gnstc lilt into a .place shah 1If'II. .isM

not he present a number of the faithful, he waits upon all whom God hassent unified by it and (fulfilled in It. Insofaras the fruitful reception sacramental of Penance sacraments, ministry to the poor has always been receive for ao mhtntame and s.

II Is still an act of Christ and of the him to st'ran the work assigned to perfect continence is thought by specially Mhich heW In great honor m the Church (remits weal out M Btwwutg where.. he was j wM

Church. hIm and in the multiple experiences of many men to be impossible in our times, prepared by the daily examination beiuwini Furthermore. this remuneration ," 'Mfc ||. II MM. the d.>nrr>'-

his life, to that extent Priests should all the more of conscience. the necessary conversion should be sttrh that it wfll at the mysten.a at QM! can a.e hm"'f, ,

Thus when Priests Join in the art of I Itowenerthe priestly ministry. since it humbly and steadfastly pray with the of heart and \love for the Father of permit .Priests. each tear to take a swt M the near wto aowtal .bas field. m whom i

Christ the Priest\ they offer themselves is the ministry of the Church itself. can Church for that !grace of fidelity which Mercy is greatly deepened Nourished by able and wfftciefttaraticw. something the UH s4 thM tlfwp and r,,*,

entirely to God, and when they are nourished only function in the hierarchical union of Is never denied those who seek it. and spiritual' reading, under the light( of which tndred the Btvhof tfcwiM set But tie.. a4 stay a4 seed tbmikd .i.r. utwUJmst

with the body of Christ they profoundly the whole body Pastoral charity, therefore use all the supernatural and natural aidsasailable. with they can more diligently seek signsof their Priests are able to have.Speoa has. luktwts." ..M.vt.. rAa .
the love of Him who God will and impulses of His grace
share the
gives urlul'rltdl. as they operate in They should seek tar the I'Ht.)0\
) In the various events of life and ao from ) importance avfM to be given
Himself as food to the faithful In like! framework of this union to dedicate!
acid "T. .
test omit them the ascetical I .
they norms ewtreee es.n umeme
united with the Intention the day to day become more docile to the to the office fulfilled h? sacred .numaten.
fashion they are their own will by obedience to service which habrrn proved by the experience +owW," Mi .K, n. M a"t ttfce .
and love of Christ when administer mission they have assumed in taw Holy Therefore the lH'allf'd> system af beesiw'en
they of God and their fellow men In a of the Church and which are scare* .... woHa prwHM MM Chunk a i...rect '
the sacraments of faith let them receive and Spirit stemiM be relinquished w at lent"
great spirit Iv less necessary in the contemporaryworld victory a this ..rW They will always find a wonderful etsmple reformed that the place of the bene
This Is true in a l'II''lalIY' when in execute whatever orders the Holy lather 'hats ivnod. rejoices that tb* earth >',

the performance of their duty in the their own Bishop or other superiors (If such docility In the Blessed \ wtin as-owmeet boNe anew with the seed ., the (
Sacrament of Penance they show themselves '1IIr recommend This holy svitod asks IIIIt| alv Priest Mary. who was led by the Holy Spirit .. which new bear rail >

altogether\ and always ready but all the faithful that they might. rereive In dedicate herself totally to the mystery be heM as secondary ad the first place under the alsrecUM of the m mans pied.e. tvi

"whenever the sacrament Is reasonably With a willing heart let them spend! this precious gilt .f priestly celibacy (If man's redemption Let Priests love in law would be gnen to the eccletiMlscal fills holy Spirit
what earth and who hast,'
ought by the faithful. In the recitation and even exhaust themselves in whatever II their hearts and asks .f Got ind ''''lfrlleth filial devotion and office ruetf dent this afctwM be Hop

ft the Divine Office, they offer the voice task they are given. even though it thai He will always besle tills gut it.. veneration. this mother of the Eternal understood that whatever office u conferred may a nsuunaiwnr Pnetti asrf spvrt,fajhftalCvweraiag m. the hearts! IJ(

of the Church which perseveres in be menial and unrecognized They must His Church Highpnest Queen of Apostles and Pre in a stable manner is U be exercised

prayer in the name of the whole human preserve and strengthen a necessary lector of their own, ministry. for a spiritual purpose aU this, tn, Wry l}*.4
oneness with their brothers in the ministry 1? le the
race, together with Christ who lives be on especially with those whom God poral goods, and voluntary poverty la In the fulfillment of their ministry %1. On setting up common funds and establishing ..rHVw Pnetts if tieatire

still to make intercession on our has selected as visible rulers of Hi* their friendly. and brotherly dealings 1II1lb fidelity to the daily colloquy with a system of social assMUnca

half" Church. For in this way they are laboring with one another and with other men, Christ: a visit to and veneration of the for Priests i We should always keep before to HM .1Ie b able to aocom.

As they direct and nourish the Peopleof to build the Body of Christ whkhgrows Priests are able to learn and appreciate Most Holy Eucharist: spiritual retreats aw e)es the example. at tke fwfttal .Hah. II that*. assure far !*,.

Cod, may they be aroused by the example ".thI'CtU&htry gesture of service human values and esteem created goods ind spiritual direction are" of great of the early: Church n Jerusalem wW what we sets er cMcrtve a keeping eats

of the Good Shepherd that they at gifts of God By Using In the world let orth In many wj\s but eipeiialhthrough held all things ,in common' Arts 4. T2 t the poster that K at sack ,n .<-.u |f'!,

may the their life (for their sheep, read}' This obedience h designed to promotethe Priests know, "how not t. he ot the worM, mental prayer and the vocalpraters and d'rt.ttIOII, was "ade to ea. < h *. ",.g-, 'r ?t ''''.' r a. n "\ -

for the supreme sacrifice following the mature freedom of the thudren of a- aidrg to the word of our Lord and ) when; the Ltee" choose '113 ,,1 ea, k :e : 4. :0Ills



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mil JACKSONVILLE vis a season -of Christ.giving \EMother M Morally unobjectionoble for all

Marguerite, p r i n e I p a 1, announced
and serving for various 'iii s/NN Il/" hNIN .
that 5./nt 1
many the .r_ IN ...IiI....,
classes and organizations at Iw. III s.h'tlglq swe..t MN a ....
students have IN 'N
been placed on rl .._..
BUhop! Kenny High School the honor e. h.N Inc TIt ..,..... ..
roll at Central ..._ "'" ....III... .." ...... ,... ..... ....1a.
Thomas Cflmore Initiated i Catholic High School. 5Mn 'lot INL MNI5M $11 551 5e IN N ...10..'.
IN's 'wry, acc, net ,.
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project to spread Some of In M.Ova IrNN .... .
our order to be placed the .. /.NIN,
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Christmas Joy to American honor IA h hi MI ,... w. N"/ Ire M eN. NqN" anti
students MnitntM HUM nil I,.. Ctt
servicemen fighting la Viet 1t 11 Ii,. N.xw .
must have a eun. "tef M ...
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"magna" students S-ttltU It- his tillNn1,1' ... ? .
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Mr. Gilmore started four of higher In all subjects and NIINNI, fin, **.* Hilll Hiltof ll IM IIUM
his "cum laud," students must nN1N. Me Intl Ixtt M millttt tip ftMl lifrti
geometry clissei Mist ....
making Christmas cards The hm a B or higher in all sub a-*** ....- M -r..._,s- 5rN IN.,:: M.. itmA -

students began their assign. jects. 1 ..-.... jssx'isr" sa'Ss.r"111, ,

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ment around Thanksgiving Summa seniors, William > | |ti TM Urn H M In!

time. Mr. Gilmore decided to Brooks, Michael Burns Anthony Morally unebjefonbU! for adults and edoWinr

combine the joy of giving with Golden and Thomas ..-.. .. MM Itilttt, TM ..M 5.... Itrtn f,.

the art of learning. lie made Scanlon; Junior Cynthia Fab- Movable laboratory in Jacksonville schoolTo .IIIMM.. M.-KI IM tantf ......-... riftt.il kill M l.., IK.-
the cards a required of MM II.MIM M-MI M Intent |Mn( .1 M, Ittlttl
part sit
; sophomore Margaret .,...,.. ,
lit lie lNtm-1 *| ..! .n |MM|, I |,n. nn" 1e.'lOt -",
his geometry course. The design Donovan ItKl IIMll 1 | ,, ,
freshman James tenll W tM
; { KVII
oa the cover had to be the students at Christ The made the science program a d>'nt* ler. Patty Major, Marcia Hollum Ntftrl IMIMM: ft! hMWt ItulIlM |MIMWIMI
Rauch. School Jacksonville science mlc M." si"... tilt ..,.., INe htntN egNN 'ot utN
King and
composed entirely of geometric relevant experience. Stu. Sister Marie Michelle, Debbie Warren / his.ate. TIt In" /.nip

figures. The printing the Magna- seniors Margaret Ii not a matter of figures and for dents seated at table from left art: Julie Brodeur and Donna "tent".N II.,NNM 5d NdN hxN
O'Connor and is I
Timothy O'Mtl- 5'g. lltrf INN, TMtttiti
note also had to be either lli; Junior James Bellinger mulas. This modem well-cqulpp*! Mary Ellen Westrick Linda Mor Moore.Everyman's / ....KKI h.....,. lMHr ,w", .?
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block print or tome other van sophomore Barbara Scanlon; rol-a-lab. which can be convenient Fan Tatty Dilger and Alice tins Mint ate |M |M M |,,M, Tt Twin l N Mt,U MtM

iition of a geometric figure. ly moved from room to room hat Student in the back are: Rita Mil sad. MwMN MN ,... '""
freshmen Eileen O'Connell ,.-.l OtMf LgNw, ....>M7'M"7titiiir" Tm r i?
The cards were sent to one Patricia Chew and Kent Win ". ...n.,... '... TM
,.* ','". ...
contact in Met Nam and he ,. .tin Ti III
tHiwn* iNN IMnil ItiiM. TIt tie MM Tt,
distributed them at random. ter.Cum Nwe MnutM ante UNI I.1,1 ......... TIt
laude-seniors. Joseph Kenny Highexpands Priest citesmorality family .. ,.. INNn4
There were approximately "*tit 111 l ... ... ... .
Bergeron Patricia Franchl TM Tint MINI ..... TM his' it Ht b.l
Christmas Ire a 11 I n gs going "-"If pit" M IM Pttltll' ...M, Din. aisle.
BernadIne Kasper Mary La. college h.ql' TM imntl. .
cross the seas. Belle. Madelalne of ..til ,.... ........, TM NN... M MM 1-t-IMt IM TM'ntr Mm Milt M
St Laurentand MiM
Pause on .>tti III. TM ....... TM
The National Honor Society Carol Thomas preparation ..M>|...'. M C... trMM IVIMMMMl ttMf I*|

at Bishop Kenny also tried te M ..,..., Mill
Juniors William Premaia safe driving

make Christmas time a littlehippler Ned Sauthoff Jennifer Doane, Kenny JACKSONVILLE High School-his Bishop yen this New Year's prayer Morally unobction.bFe| 'for adults

for someone else by Mary Jane Grinder Kathleen BOSTOV! (Sc A Priest /N I In ,
has enlarged what it considers M TM S'< M TM Mit W.It .trlltolM
their lnlc'l. On December KleinschmU Susan Bobbins, to be an important of speculated here that If motor. By Msgr. John C. Knott especially true of the person .,Insti hiss. '... 5x11 NN1/N
part hMnlIN
IS the and M IM I'lllll /b x INN
boys girls went Ann Sicolo. Kerrle Stone and Its college preparatory structure Iris of the nation .'( Jld heed al love relationship between NN 11 MIMIMT ..... ,'... N tie his
caroling te AH Saints Home : famous Broadwaystar i.-.f c...... .
Christine Pent:; sophomores advice of the Church on their and God. Int. TMMMM INN
the "advanced man .......
place.went In.nt1 tie ... ... ,
for the Aged. the late George M. h.5 le nn lit
Catharine ,
Bodette Arlene l moral responsibility on thehlh"'l'I Nxlt 1101 PNllw, I NNrnnt. .

They entertained the people Witkovskl, Gail Alams Lou. neth Barry.program, reports Ken the death rate from Cohen was once asked by a Since there Is nothing! << like .MN ,.Lt. rN r.a..N.dN/. 1..If, tw 51n. heaths,

with\ selection lie Dockendorf KathleenFleck accidents on holidays such as Priest what he was going to good example, here Is my N.N In. ll III,...... MMWI It Mot L"h.-line'nLNe
a of tradition and Mary Gorman tender the scrxnlslan of the New Year's would be New dear's prajer for your ......1.I* ltlill MMtf, Mttt), ...., .._"
ally favorite Christmas songs ; greatly She up for Lent. He thought hit. *M K..il-H TIN MM M IrlMMI
freshmen Francine Lund.n, college entrance elimination low t'rrei. ...I *l In III* Unit, IM TOM art M. |Mtt4i
The 0 God eternal Father of
group was accompanied bard this plaa enables high for a moment and said, "Fa* .......i ..-. TM in, Tt.i in. IM
by their vice.prsident. Chris. Cynthia Mayer John Phelan, Father Robert P. tihlfeSJ. all mankind who has made I. Or ONt5 PII..I lit MM TtoHtM Sine |
Michael Sauthoff Carol Win. school studrats who hate pur. titer, after all these years I n TM Hit I It* leis II I H'Mt
tine Walker on the piano. sued college let el courses terrcelte .. lawyer.theologian at think I'll Just give up." each one of us In thy Image Lnen'I 'P' eN ,M W t..... II MN
terrors Frederick May Pat. .
Two other Kenny boys Joe and likeness, grant us further hat TM iMilf, ItwMiM IN*! Til h'.. llI'll
Bosloa drltersU
adtancrd placement College, urged ... ...
riots Rossetter. Mary Zaruba IJke denying oneself some Mt fm N h11 >IIIW t* iMrtott
Delhi and Charlie Brown of. credit er both when they eUr be especially aware of for old of thy gifts. INN (... IM. Clue M SIM. | ...." t'IMIMl
Robert Robert Deck thing lInt the custom .
Buehn. .
end another kind of music- Ghe to us wisdom that M IN sip l" IM Mr I''T IttiiM 'If, t
their "moral comrlouin-u"
collrg /wN. TM .... Tl ,...
of IM
er, Phillip Gaudy Michael making New Year's resolutions 'M / IMMWII
folk tongs complete with gut whri they get behind the we might see the vision of ...... <>" | ".i..ij luiwi tk IM Itn MM tM
Kennedy, Theresa LaBelle, At the present time, m col. unfortunately seems to ...... 5 hlMNN5 ..... his hie, Ian
tar love towards which
accompaniment wheel of a tar we are M ... .. .. .
HM Kwl Tt
Sharon Christine Stein have out of style. This trw M>| IM IIN IIIw
Lynch gone
The Hindmildi of the leges and unlversltes In working; It HKtH TMT Clipw1, Ml .., |i...Mr| Hill" InlI

Blessed Sacrament'i Christmas and Frank Kern.Epiphany America participate in this 'Hart Indeed," said FatherWhite possibly excepts the hang. Give to us understanding NIs.Hen.. ,a i I .'... Sttll INN MMtl K tl m,.HMIIM ....... |_ IIMN, IMi

project Is In keeping with program. A committee appointed "Is the person _hp overburdened. man on aNew of the Importance of what we a .... Inns Ilirt ,..... .|tt4Morony
by the College Board uses his automobile as a capon Year's morning At the
School at the moment
the spirit of The are doing ;
generosity. moment at least he Is seriously uivIttlMT ,s,flenabl. for adults with rt*.rv.lioniIllM
for Intentional
reviews the advanced place.ment killing or
girls hue been holding a toy Give to us counsel I that

and clothing drhe at Bishop \E-MCE Th. eliminations I and maiming of himself or others thinking about givingup we might choose the best ll OUmiliMtnr ...... TMlUwtl MI...l
I* I Mutt I. TMIt
Like lot Swinkt
Kenny for the last two or School's third annual talent grades them on a fUe point "But all too many people drinking. a means to achieve our goals; ...! IIM, ,.. IMI ,.itiI 'n aril w, rm. TMf
.ra:.. A score of three or t>y their careless, negligentand other resolutions this one may |i''l loll M, mil ItMMMKI
three eeks. chose show held Give to us fortitude that .
They one
was oa Tuesday< Illtttttf, IM IMIIIin' ... tie
fall the but II Sltf
needy Jacksonville familyand evening of last week. There above generally results in ad- reckless driving Jeopard by wayside, at we might have the courageof .... Mil.*. IM 'Nt c... .. ., In.NN it H* nci.
...,. .
least U was mule. .
tanced lie not only their own 11"1but /N 1.1 IttfllM lit
hue concentrated all was a large audience In the standing our convictions and the Mill l I.I... l ll Iris a* II MiltttMll

their efforts on making the Catholic Youth Center buildIng Bishop Kenny High School the hues, safety and property The difficulty with keeping stamina to realize them despite ...........HiliM., Ibis. ......,. IUIIM lip, h. Nttl
of others he said. f "-, K"'l" law ,M Tttl| H UitIMI
holiday merry for this famU,.. Sheila Costigin present which initiated the profl'amJut a reintutlon Is that oftentimes obstacles; It* li.., IM. riot W rut TMMM cal, i.

Everyone his been asked to ed the acts by. students In the year ia English and ia Many drivers feel there Is It I. lot general, or It Give to ua knowledge ,...,.. IM TMHi ,
donate any used clothing and first grade through tre eighth calculus now offers the Latin nothing morally wrong In makes lee great a departure that wa might more Inlelll. 1." .... .'". INI *.|...| |n IM .... list., 110II, Sinn IN1'a
eiamlnatxm. This means that their conduct and also seem hem mode of gently work for the good ol IN el."w. to. lisp Ml IM .iUll., IIIIM
tnvs suitable for small children Prizes were awarded ly a pail Ihlng. l..wn .... MNw/.... !.. MIN
a student who scores successfully to think there Is no moral others ... ...
reports Jo Ann CurL Monslgnor!( George W. Cummings ; ran. Ix.. SWMoraly
on all tests can begin his wrong connected with violation One thing most of us do/ a Give, to us piety that we
The first went to
place college studies on the second of traffic laws, he de little of and In which there might recognize that all good .bjt i-i.bl* In part for otMM
Butt of t the uUf'415..
Pop .
rear Mel la each of the three stared Is much room for lmpro\e- comes from Thee and that /Ix.. Ire ( II Ml l *Mt. I HIM 1M>. Mitt, TM
with Jimmy R i n loon the .. I 11 MIMTM rNr IMI Rill I.M IMI
I lM >
of t M
ment for most is the
St. Patrick', N.Y. drums and Joe Boyenton on subjects. ""..1 they fad U realize us the fruit of our labors Is of ._.... ll K ,.. INNhi..u..
matter of praying. We ,_.. ..., ..
pray IM It-Mil It
SEW YORK: (NCI A the electric\ guitar. Kathy Acrordlag U recent stalls. ls that the moral prlarltUs in church and In times of Thy bounty; .... .... IMIIMI hN NWMI.q. uNw. e.I M WIN Igil. It
bronze bust of Pope Paul M, Uncox won second place ties published by the rellege requiring rare and respect Give to us, finally, rover |MM t -- ...., ItniMtIM
emergency and when we "..ntIOm..thlnr. that might INN> M I>M| IMI IN MNN tM Ixl. I
commemorating the Pontiff's with her Impersonation arid board Bishop K *ny Is the fr life sad property apply a.mlC'lI And all this Is ence we see Swag.tae IM ,,5. IM IwM ..>!! M ....,
tlsit to St Pitrtrk's cathedral Mary Alice Dub was third only high" school| I. the aortic* t* I ho eperata! ) ef other people as alto made to ......, WIWMMI 'HI .a1N r Ia.S. 'It In. IN
good. Hut we might alto and and hM ,... W In. .... h.N II.
en October /. was unveiled by for her monologue ..."',. taKed Slates which motor trhlflet as they do le Thy Image likeness ..* ,.. ,. IN r.. ,.I/ m....u. Id In./
strive for a habit of prayer that In serving them we are I'MHIM ,.. 1a. nNNI IN
Adtaaced 'Of Ixglw
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.. Fight: ; The Florida Catholic, Friday, December 51, MM
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again through Christto !

St. John's University head

seek Pope asks
peace, .
states policy on faculty
(Cnllml trio lift .*.1) the United Nations, which he appeal for peace Toward the a,

corned "those responsible for described as an fncounter"slgnl end of his speech, the Pope r a t I (CMtlMlt ttM Ml* .*.) versity directed for the welfare .
and dissemination
the gathering .
lcant both said that despite the immense of the students must be
of news, inviting themto historicallyand status of some members of
treasure of truth and salvation
the first concern of the Trus
( see and speak for themselves symbolically the faculty.
the Church knows she
and furnishing them w As stated previously, the!' tees.
The opportunity to speak to possesses, "she is not push.
with information reasons for the action taken Unfortunately a very small
He also cited the invitation the UN "certainly gave us ing herself into the limelight A I t tU'J' by the Trustees are a matterof number of individuals have

tent to other Christians the opportunity to fulfill one She willingly recognizes, encourages privacy between the University chosen to utilize these faculty
and blesses the
which "brought about a meet. of the principal alms of the and the individual changes for their own purposes
council: the bringing to( the great values of the world'sculture
teacher .
ing which had not by Inventing causes
of the world and She has t
people the message progress. .
centuries and seemed un- 5 which might serve as a rallying
of friendship and peace." no ambition for either poweror Any decision concerning
likely ever to occur. cry for support.Of .
It was at this point that wealth termination of contract is

Lastly be cited his tislt to Pope Paul launched again his "The only thing she asks Is based upon the carefully considered course, "Academic Free
freedom for her inner faith judgment of the Trustees dom" exists at !St. John's. No

and freedom to Rive: witness that the continued services university can function suecesrfully -

I Church in world outwardly But she does not of the teacher Involved except In an atmosphere
Impose herself on anybody, would not be In the best Interest of academic freedom

preferring that the ultimata 3 n f the I'nimslty. with responsibility Freedom

Pope Paul honors Cardinal calls for responsibility and decisive Among the factors considered without I responsibility becomes

Protestant leader study of council acts choice of the conscience '" by the Board in taking license
in the of ;
even case religious .w 5
1IAUTFORD (NC) Dr. BALTIMORE (NC) Lawrence truth should be respectedand this action were the following The Board of Trustees 1 I. on
Luther A. Weigle, 85, of New Cardinal Shehan of Bal safeguarded." Dedication of St. Joseph provincialate examples of unprofessional record as being In favor of Increased

Haven, Connecticut, widely timore has appealed in his conduct: faculty participationin
lnown Protestant clergyman Christmas message that Pope Paul concluded by Monsignor John J. Mullins V.F St. Joseph provincialate at a ceremony I. The placing of advertisements the formation of educational

end dean-emeritus of the Yale Priests and people read meditate saying: "Brothers, sons and holds the crucifix he will place in the on December 18, and he was assisted In national and local policies It has devoted
ell men of good will in the
University divinity school and discuss the documents new temporary provincial house of the at the blessing of the convent by Fa. media that serve only to discredit much attention to this matter
name of Christ our Lord we
has been named a Knight of of Vatican Council II. offer you our best wishes fora Allegany Sisters of St. Francis at'l'am. ther Stephen McMahon, right, and Father ing in the serious University damage, result.to the The action taken today. In establishing
St. Gregory the Great by Of the of The West Coast the University Sen
availability council merry Christmas, and with pa. Dean blessed the MathIas Muly. professional standing of other
Tope Paul VI.Archbishop. documents, the Cardinal them our apostolic blessing"Decrees ate, is the culmination of
Henry J. noted that they will be avail faculty members months of work on the part of

O'Brien of Hartford an. able in a book "at a price less Council in retrospect 2. The use of libelous and many people.
slanderous statements In
flOunced last week that the than the cost of the lights on "There Is a misconception."
!literature and placards which
Tope honored Dr. Weigle forMs your Christmas tree. concluded Father Cahill,
were given wide!: exposure
services of the 12
past lie said plans are underway "among some faculty members -
through various mats media.
years publication in connection of the with Catholic the here to mark the jubilee are beacons in new era 3. The utilization of the that the Trustees should
year proclaimed by Pope classrooms for propaganda act In "rubber itamp" fashIon -
edition of the Revised Standard
Paul VI as "an opportunityfor purposes, resulting in the by accepting for implementation .
Version of the King thorough study of these CuilmMl( fun 'II' m) preaches that the decree on nate the impractical centralization \ adult faith free of outworn, disruption of the academic anything that has

James Bible. (council\) documents under li better to say regenerate the Eastern Churches, while adhered to so far. The superficial prayer modes. process, specifically by the been suggested by one or another

Bishop consecratedin the most competent leadership For the eternal truths dIvine. somewhat tentative and hesitant representatives of the various The Religious orders also distribution of literature un of the various faculty

available to us." ly revealed to man do not in tone, helps toward a hierarchies will be freely will have to do some soul- related to the course of study. groups. For the Trustees to

Rome for Rumania change.: They need not be re better appreciation of the con elected, too, and constitute searching of their own so as 4. Participation by faculty assume such a non-function
formed. They find their expression tribution that can come from the in that world role would only mean the
ROME (NC) Father majority synod to comply with council decisions members in unauthorized
Petrus Plesca, "substitute or. Fr. Merton lives In the rites and satramentals them of a properly under which In practice will about the inner reforms demonstrations in cafeterias early demise of St John's asa

dinary" of the diocese of of the Church, but stood Christian pluralism.The share supreme authority with they may well find desirable and elsewhere on campus, true institution of higher

Jassy In Rumania, was consecrated serenely in abbey must Renewal not remain in this dead context letters. council's decree on the the Pope, without questioninghis in order that they might cope thus encouraging: students to learning"

a Bishop (December missions also blazes new primacy.In more effectively with the requirements commit violations of University
16)) in Rome. lie retains the M\V YORK (NC-Father) means an effort on our partto trails in applying this spiritof keeping with this new of our day. regulations. Cassocks retained for
Thomas Merton 0,C,S,0. has grasp the mysteries of God
tolerance, which ought to of and
of "substitute ordinary atmosphere
status openness 5. The dissemination I I of
." denied rumors that he has that are manifest beneath the help make people understandthat free initiative conducive to In- More aheadAll false and misleading information street wear In SpainM

The consecration by Carlo left Gethsemani Abbey In surface defy mere routine and convert-making is not an dependent thinking, momentous about the University M \)) [) (NC> Archbishop -

Cardinal Confalonlerl, secretary Kentucky to engage in outside require which an intelligent only can acceptance be obtained attempted conquest of dissenters guidelines also were Incorporated this will come under the which served only to confuse Casimiro Morcillo of Ma.

of the Holy See's Consist projects such as pacifist by people who take but an exertion of In council decreeson heading of that "leap for students, parents and the general drid has denied emphaticallyrecurrent

o r I lal Congregation, took movements. their faith in earnest, persuasion in brotherly charity the Priesthood and Priestly ward" Pope John had an- public reports to the effect

place in a convent chapel just In contrast, said the famed to avoid relegating the non formation, Religious life nounccd Pope Paul alreadyhas I. The deliberate and studied that Priests In Spain will

outside Vatican City author In a statement released Revalation baptized to limbo. For the and its renewal, Christian education demonstrated his deter attempt to subvert the responsibility abandon the traditional weanIng

Only one ordinary of the for him here, he has deepened first tune, too, the importanceof and the mass mediaof mination to keep the fires of of the officials of of the soutane on the

latin rite Bishop Aaron his contemplative life at The council has made this the diaconate and the necessity communication. "aggiornamcnto" burning I the University streets as well as In churrh

Marlon of Alba Julia remains the abbey and Is no longer In perfectly plain in the Constitution of its renewed function The "fresh air" Pope John when he fearlessly cut across 7. A continuing effort (to Impugn and adopt black suits Instead

In Rumania, a Vatican touch with the news of dally on Divine Revelation has been emphasized in wanted to( blow into every dividing lines and burled the the credibility of the The Archbishop also laid to

source said. He added that if 1'\entl. which now grants that free official Church documents. nook and comer of the Church excommunications Orthodoxand \incentian community rest rumors that the Bishops

the communist governmentthere dom of research: which Is These new bill are most provided for unsophisticated Catholics had hurled at I. The continual challenging plan to have all statues removed

proceeds with its plan "Though my name Is mentioned a prerequisite of sound exe vividly opened up In the council recommendations, even one another a thousand years of the responsibility! of the from churches. He did
cf combining Latin rite dioceses in connection with the gesis. decree on ecumenism and though not all these drafts ago, and paved the way for Trustees to function as the say however. that legislationof

into( larger ones of peace movement, I am not No longer: is the word of In its declarations on religious were on one and the same reunion between the Christian policy making body of the the Madrid' archdiocesecalls
750,000 persons each, there taking an active part in it," God to be the domain of liberty and relations sub level of excellence. East and the Christian \Vest University for restricting the number

would be only two dioceses in he said. scholars only. non.Christians. Implementing the "solemn TV recpomiioilitv of the of images In churches
Nevertheless the desire for
the country "My sponsorship does! not act of love for all humanity"he Trustees of St John, or any with the removal of luperfljous -
Under the guidance Of the latter the genuine renewal (Is evident had called for, he then
imply automatic approval of proper most momentous other university II very ones which are dutrac
EXCELLENT any and every move by this of those In authority the Ilible aspect( is no doubt throughout these texts whkh joined both Orthodox and clear The conduct of the Uni lions at worship
OPPORTUNITIES group, still less of individual In to heroine the fountainhead the unreserved condemnationof now muM be put to the tent. Protestant leaders representing

for In Hospital actions on the part of its or evangelical) Inspiration for and-Semitic heresies.All Adaptation In this light will world-wide Christianity In
open Service managers Field Unusual- members, acting on their own all (he seekers of truth. these are symptoms of require many changes in out an unprecedented Interfaith WINTER PARK ORLANDO

salary, Preferably college responsibility," he said. The; laity Is called upon to renewal which can be sum look In the years to come.Inertia prayer service and devoutly
med u;? under the general here and there will participated In a .liturgy. which
graduate, age 2540. Will Of draft card burnings and share this task with Bishopsand included
heading of what the the singing of a
Train! what he called "other provo Priests coun'lIln slow up the process. "
; on a level of equal Lutheran and reading "Say l It with Flo. "
unison with the hymn a
cative forms of witness," he dignity The decree about the Holy Father TapPing the sources of !Sacred AFTER CHRISTMAS
Applyi Sorvicemaitor, Hoipital has conceived as the dialoguewith from the Itevlscd Protesttant COLLEGE PARK
commented: makes this evident Scripture directly rather
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today is patient, constructiveand their shepherds they are given the Church In this day and on will be a difficult but reward- beginning.The PHONE GA 2.JeSZRa
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than acts of defiance which for new horizons so as to appreciate ( given it comprehensive courses will be affected by dynamics of this Impact LEWIS COil t
expression, for here Catholic of Inner of the Churchare
the the trends. Theological
antagonize average per in its true import new EXTERMINATING CO. .
are now Invited to
overcome a potential that will unfold
son without enlightening what it means to be a child, manuals will have to be revised hcrtvMH IMIt
that dichotomy which started will\ be \ Itself on I scale whose t -ft IM fit
BARDOEFORD him. nay, a very image of God. Rites simplified > *
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