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: January 18, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; 4 To Visit Diocesan Schools

'J>'O; -'" '"" ST. AUGUSTINE-Evaluation
s -
3 IND'C : of our schools in a significant

* O/ nv 4 gi; f Y.5HTiN: MY M KNO : survey is well underway

f.t. in the Diocese of St.

E WHy Augustine, Father Mortimer.

Danaher realed this week.

I ., Visits to the schools began;

i_ VOL. XXIV, No. 12 Orlando, Florida, Friday, January 18, 1963 Ten Cents Monday. Father Danaher

chairman of the Board of

Catholic Schools on the

Pope Enjoys Primary Qf eve of the actual visits of the

team of 10 educators from

Boston College indicates

a aY that the evaluation is a cooperative
Affection 'Report Notes effort between a

Catholic university and a

ORLANDOArchbishophaving Joseph P. Hurley this, weekie addressed all of the Priests Catholic school system.

the care of souls in t Diocese of S 1. Augustine.r.rhey met Orlando. on Jan- Only a few days ago, ha

uary 15. In addition to layh ig down the apostolic prograi to be followed for this year, conferred i n Jacksonville

he reported on some of the with Father Charles F. Don.
would best keep from their of lapsed"" Catholics and to incite .
S.J. dean of the schoolof
highlights of the Second ovan ,
homes those elements which non-Catholics to learn
Vatican Council.He endanger family life today.He more about the Faith. x education and academia
V of Boston Col.
was at the Council active confraternities i + > vice-president
present urged
He asked that the Priests tell 4. '1
in Vatican City for the first of Christian Doctrine, espe- lege, and that university'sDr. :
the the
of Diocese of
session. cially in the smaller parishes.The John J. Walsh. The lat
the need for them to be especially
volunteers to this ( ter is the coordinatorfor
The Archbishop brought to apos- solicitous for the Cath- { p4 N 6 y survey
mind that he had asked the tolate, he said, could teach olic children who receive their our Diocese, said Father

Priests for suggestions in regard catechism and see to it that religious education in parish PAROCHIAL SCHOOL VISITS BEGIN: BY BOSTON EVALUATION- TEAM- Danaher.It .
to the Council at their children are there for the catechism courses. He asked Throughout the Diocese for the next three months school or parish grade school (above, St. James, Orlando will take three months for

last clergy conference. He told classes. the women to accept this apostolate the above scene will be repeated time and time again as ) carrying on the class in the usual manner. Sister M. the Boston College educatorsto

them, on Tuesday of this week, Once again, he called upon for youth as their mandate anyone of the 10 members of a team of evaluators from Josephina C.S.J. (right) is one of the educators now at visit all of our schools, making -
he was pleased to give them a the men through their Holy work in schools from Boston College.
from him. Boston College observes the teacher of a diocesan high our their depth studies.At .
first hand account of the open Name Societies!' to spearheadthe
the close of the current
ing session. drive for the great return *':::
11t School Proposed in Drive school year, Boston College will
In speaking of Pope John .i to the diocesan
,:); present Depart.ment
Ii XXIII, the Archbishop em For Vocations ....... ... of Education its evaluation -
phasized the position which the Archbishop Joseph P. : : To Begin for Brooksville of data gathered on our

Holy Father holds with the Burley has requested that g '..r ,. ,:,:" school organization, operation,
: ,
Bishops. the Mass of Our Lady on >t l1:' X: BROOKSVILLE new four-classroom school build- buildings, students and teachers

In addition to the primacyof Saturday be attended reg.ulaily ..,.t,. ing will be constructed as soon as possible on 15 acres of said Father Danaher.
jurisdiction: the present in the parishes by : property located on Kelly Street, one half block from High- This type" of !survey' in

Holy Father enjoys!' a I piimaey fathers and mothers. He hasappealed j h'.. way 41, in Brooksville, according to Father Edward R. being done all over the country -
of affectionhich was these to he added, and the aim Hexcellence
to parents :
11i'i Martineau O.S.B. of St. Anthony .._ _
4l .m
crjstal clear on occasion : form a front or till in education.
every for the intention of vocations : neyiii
when the Pope met with among their children. ..".. d. : s mission here. fAt ,eet. Remaining parts of the Father Donovan listed the
the Bishops, Archbishop ,. .. 'I the same time, said Fa- building will house the faculty names of the final team selected -

Iluiley told the clergy. ther Edward, a campaign to j II,ounge, library, health room, by Boston College. The

The clergy met in St. Charles raise $30,000 to help finance \;oiler, storage and utility evaluation team has )been

hall where luncheon was Pope ExtendsBlessings 11 the construction of the build- ring studying the set of data com

served by the women's com yyr a v.. is being organized by the The roof will be fireproof, piled and forwarded to Boston

mittee from that Orlando par- ToFamilies .1 men of the parish. t he walls of masonry with by the principals of the dioc

ish. h A committee of appiovimately :- brick. exterior. The front wille esan schools.

In his address to the Priests, 50 men is expected Ito > of stone trim. The floors Dr. \\'alsh was appointed on

Archbishop Hurley requestedthat :r bring: the appeal for as.!' \viII be terrazzo. The building the original team of experts,
fathers and mothers in sistance' to every J parishioner A vill be modern in every detail. as we reSister M. Josephina

the Diocese be encouraged to VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope during the paiish-\\ide solicitation Construction\\ get underway C.SJ.vho( has her doctoratein

attend the Mass of the Blessed John XXIII sent his blessing that is planned for as soon as possible, education) and Dr. StephenF.

back to the families of the Sunday,. ,February':3 Father The Roach.
Virgin Mary for Saturdays. On a T, \*. ,.<.. -yv J. '. > t Raid :Kd\\aid.
,these days, he asked that the 15,000 people who gathered beneath The proposed:':-Building will target. .date fnrT1lie'formal. Se\en additional educators'
parents pray for vocations to hia window on St. Peter's : be a one-storyL-shaped design opening' -I is l+et- or Kepfemberf; ; named to the \'i itr.lh l schedule

the Priesthood and Sisterhood square at midday on the feastof running 200 feet lengthwise.The mf.i.: front Boston College are
the Holy Family. Dr. Katheiine Cotter, Dr.3Iaiie .
frdYn their children.
among Y. : lower section of the "L"will Foley Associates Inc., of
He came to his window at (;I"'an, Dr. CatheilneDouncy '
The Archbishop called house the administrative ]Rochester, New York, a Catholic -
upon u
noon last Sunday and led the ..r.r.". aa... _...= Miss!" Mary Kinnanc,
the Priests to lead this intensi office and the foyer connecting fund-raising organization,
crowd below in reciting the PRELIMINARY WORK COMPLETED FOR SURVEY Ur..illia.... C'ottle( Dr. ld-!
fication of family life. In this with the classrooms. Together, vill conduct the campaign.
way, it was stressed, parents Angelus. In a brief addresshe Father Mortimer Danaher (left), chairman of the diocesan board of Catholic ward Power and I h'. John

said: schools, said this week in Jacksonville, that the preliminary work had been completedby llidioin.:
"Today, my children, is the the team of educators from Boston College who will now visit grade and high Brevard Parishes Provide The Boston College educators

Requiem Rite feast of the Holy Family. In the Diocese. Father have come to Florida at the
schools on an evaluation study asked by Charles F. Donovan S.J.,
blessing that blessing you, I to mean the to familiesof extend vice-president of the college and dean of the school of education there, accompaniedDr. Board of Charities AgencyEAU Invitation of Archbishop Joseph

MemorializesBishop each You are to take it to John Walsh (seated), survey coordinator, to Florida for the completion of plans. P. Hurley. importance

your families. I bless you and The survey began this week. GALLJE-Monsignor Patrick J. Trainor, diocesan The project to diocesan is of utmost secondaryand ;

chairman of the Board of Catholic Charities, addressed the
all the souls dearest to you-
schools said
Barry the old, the strong, and especially Daytona Beach Joins Cities Pope Aids. Victims meeting held in Ascension parish on Thursday of last weekat Father elementary Danaher. ,

the children. VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope which Brevard County pastors inaugurated their own

OIUJ.\Xnn-l\lonshmor William Before appearing at his John XXIII has voiced his regional board of directors. .
Barry P.A. of Miami Beach : sion pansopene Monday.
apartment window, the Pope Charities jeep sympathy for the victimsof
Offering Regional Thomas
J. Aglio, M.S.W., CollectionThe
the Diocese The served
was a special guest of had received in audience in the ; area was formerly
of St. Augustine here on Consistorial Hall members of I: the devastating floods in AS.C.\V., staffs the Brevard by the Orlando office, it was Diocesan Development

i Tuesday at the annual memorial the confraternity of the Ber- DAYTONA BEACH-Welcomed as an addition to the :Morocco and sent a personalgift County Catholic Charities Bu- pointed out by Monsignorreau Collection will be taken up
-----1 Mass in honor of his late works of the Church in Daytona Beach, the new office J of money to be distributed as executive secretary, Trainor.
of Rome. in all the and mission
gamesques parish
d brother, Bishop Patrick Barry. The people from Bergamothe -, here-another Catholic Charities Bureau-opened this 1 by Archbishop Amedee Lefevre Monsignor Trainor announced. Father Martin Power opened churches on Sunday, Jan-
Rabat The office-located here on.
(O.F.M., of the
Monsignor l William J. :Mullilly home region of the Pope, week on St. Brendan parish property, just off AlA at among. the meeting which was conducted uary 20. The funds enable
]most hard-hit families.'Men U.S. Highway One in Ascen-
I-.\., ...'., I pastor!' of St. who had been a member of the Ormond Beach. ,....... 'P'.., ,..?'., .lea,....... ..... by Monsignor Trainor. the Diocese to extend the
JttllJ A" I I"C'
Paul parish in Dajtona confraternity-were led by the Monsignor Patrick J. Trainoi, Church in Florida and Arch-
group of pastors of the Daytona of Mi Given Father Joseph:; A* Barry of Mel-
Reach, I pontificated at a Solemn president of their group, Count traveled from his St. Peters* Reach area and their e; r Cy' bourne and the other Brevard bishop Joseph P. Hurley has
Keqiiiem Mass attended Suardi. Among them were Gus burg Beach parish to the easi t asked pastors and people to
hy Archbishop Joseph I*. tavo Cardinal Testa, secretaryof coast of Florida on Thursda r appointees present from each Green Ligh t fJ d County pastors presented their }be generous in providing the
J parish. _/ran 0 candidates newly named by
Hut ley and all of his Priests. the sacred congregation for of last week to preside at th Monsignor Trainor presented them for charter membership;
The Mass was offered in St. the Oriental Church, and Arch organization of the Dayton:* parish sites will be pur-
the following members of the ORLANDO-Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley this week on the board. (The men are
Charles Church, Orlando, and bishop Pietro Sigismondi, secretary Beach board for Catholic Char : chased.
.: new board (pictured on Page 8)) gave the go-ahead to Mercj r :Medical Center in Orlando. imKVAUD, Page 10
chairman of th
the responses to this Missa of the sacred congrega ities. He is <
DAYTOXA BEACH: Page; 10 Ground will be broken in ...." _
Cantata were given by the en- tion for the Propagation of the diocesan board. -w; ;;J :'d imOTHKK, Page 10 Faith. Monsignor i William J. )[ul- ]mid-June, Father Terence J.
. Farrelly, driving force behind
Z "RedImprisonedShanghai Mercy's campaign, has an

nounced.He .

-1 Bishop and Sister Teresa Frances 1
? I the hospital's administrator -

), Reported Alive who is a Sister of St. Joseph
A of St. Augustine, looked

y p w. F HONG KONG (NC) Imprisoned over the plans presented this

.r Bishop Ignatius Kung week by Miami architects,
", Pm-mei of Shanghai, who was Thomas Madden and Harold xcc) :'
+4 Y 4nVt
t earlier rumored to have died, Steward.
t'p.. was reliably reported alive in Drite chairman Andrew X. 44'i tr S y\ ',nAr i r &

a t prison at the end of November Serros was r present at the conferenee _
when Father Far
Rumors circulated several
relly announced the decisionto
times during the past year that
place specifications in the-
the Bishop was gravely ill and _
Y. hands of contractors this
even that he had died. Reports A _
spring and to break groundin
!II of the death of an unidentified
the middle of June. .d
Catholic Priest in the Ti Lai
r ii.H' The first unit of the hospitalwill _
Ghiao (Shanghai) prison dur-
\ S j be built on the shores of L L str
I ing 19G2 led some to believe 11S'
Lake Lawne off \Vest Highway
L that the Bishop had died there. I Ir
50, in Orlando. The site was
[ i qtc At the end of November,
inspected this week by the
h : \ : : however prison authorities principals at the conference.Mr. ir ; ,
\ S asked the Bishop's relatives for x I 1
ti1'S Serros reported that the
warm clothing and books for
total amount of money raisedin
him. public and private solicitations

Xo member of his family to date is $1,413,895.15. In

I had been allowed to visit the realization that there are

DIOCESE PRAYS FOR LATE-- BISIIOP BARRY him and there is no way of still many people who wishedto ..
join in this community endeavor -
Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley and the Priests of his Diocese attended the anni- knowing the state of life Mr. Seems commentedthat ORLANDO HOSPITAL CENTER PLANS STUDIED

versary Solemn Requiem Mass for Bishop Patrick Barry, celebrated this week in health. the campaign for contri Target date of spring in 1964 has been mentioned for the occupancy of the pro

Orlando. The late Bishop's brother, Monsignor William Barry P.A., of Miami Beach, Bishop Kung Pm-mei was arrested butions was still "open." The posed :Mercy Medical Center in Orlando. Father Terence J. Farrelly is pictured con-

was in the sanctuary. Standing by the catafalque, from left, are Monsignor James J. in 1955 for so-called full committees, advance ,gifts ferring with Sister Teresa Frances S.SJ., hospital administrator, as Architect Harold

:Meehan, Monsignor C. L. Elslander V.F., Monsignor Patrick i E. Nolan V.F., Monsignor "anti-revolutionary activities"and and regular pledges, are pres Skinner points out a feature on the blueprint. Looking on is Architect Thomas J.

Thomas Colreavy, Monsignor Patrick J. Trainor and Monsignor Patrick J. a few years later was condemned ently working hard to complete Madden (left) and Andrew N. Serros of Orlando, drive chairman.

Donohoe. to life imprisonment. MEDICAL, Page 10 .

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. Page Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 18, 1963 -
L0:: b..' BrooksvilleST.


Catholic k 4M4D'S 4 V. Father Edward R. Martineau

Florid ReportsSarasota O.S.B. welcomed Monsignor

Harold F. Jordan to Brooks-

ville on January 8. The diocesan

Daytona BeachST. Port Orange moderator of Holy Name

Societies gave an educational
PAUL EPIPIIANY ST. MARTHA and Inspiring talk stressing the

Reporting on a recent visit Boats were blessed by Father Monsignor C. L. Elslander spiritual nature of the Holy

to Daytona Beach o' Monsignor David Page at Port Orange on V.F., pastor, has told his par- Name apostolate, according to

Harold F. Jordan, Monsignor the feast of the Epiphany, it ishioners of plans for the Father Edward.He .

William Mullally P.A., was reported. Over 100 persons Forty Hours Devotion this :, spoke after installing the
V.F., said that Monsignor Jor- were present as some 20 craft year in St :Martha Church. following new officers for

dan gave a most impressivetalk led by Volusia County Sheriffs Father A. B. Dionne O.P. x F C M iii a Brooksville's St. Anthony's

on the work of the lay Department, passed the Port from St Raymond parish ; Mission:
apostolate. He came to the east Orange for the Winifred Page, president
Causeway Providence, will conduct the ,ROOKSVILLE HOLY NAME MEN INSTALL OFFICERS ;
coast as moderator of the dioc- devotions giving meditations. ____ Peter Holowecki, vicepresident
Union ing.In S: t. Anthony'a H1 y Ne. Sfficers: were installed ident; and Patrick Henry; standing, vainer Edward; K.
esan of Holy Name So- Robert Detwiler, secre-
The ;
the Father regular schedule of Masses
cieties.At ceremony on January 8 by 'Monsignor Harold F. Jordan Martineau O.s.B. of Brooksville; John Moses, Frank and Harold Thornton,

the meeting, team cap- Page spoke on the origin of and will 8 be in carried the mornings out, namely and eve-7 diocesan HNS moderator. Pictured, from left, seated, Walsh, James White, Harold Thornton David King, tary treasurer.;

tains of St Paul's parish Holy Epiphany,'a Greek word meaning ning holy hQ irk aL,7:;0, with are Robert Detwiler, secretary; Winfred Page, president; Charles Kopp, Charles Dougvita, J. P. Smits P. Holo- :Monsignor: Jordan gave Ben.

Name Society took pledge cards manifestation. He said, in all day expdsltioA during Forty :Monsignor Jordan; Dr. John Coppedge outgoing pres- wecki and Henry Robarge. ediction of the Most Blessed

for distribution to men in the :part: Hours. ___ J_ Sacrament in the church, priorto

parish. The card was a pledgeto "In the Eastern Church 'It Jacksonville (OrlandoKOFC the meeting. Father Edward

attend all the exercises of was Christ's baptism that was INCARNATION WOMAN'S CLUB J Laity Urged to Ready Selves presented Monsignor Jordan to
the men's mission that beginson I emphasized on the Feast of the\ Mrs. John A. Pape was The Catholic Woman's Club Clergy in the area will be the group.In .

January 20. The men alsoI Epiphany. Because Christ by[ chairman of the benefit card meeting and workshop is honored at a steak dinner set will invite non-Catholics to : party last Tuesday in thee John Coppedge who has served
planned for for
His baptism sanctified th Monday January Sunday, January 20, in the
their mission. waters of the River Jordan, the'[ church hall. Other members of 21 at 10:30: a.m. in the Garden hall serving Monsignor Bishop (NC) Persons were urged to ready twice in the past as Holy Name

Two outstanding speakers custom grew in the early. the parish's Ave Maria Guild Center. In keeping with the Council, No. 2112, Knights of themselves. to accept the challenge which will be handed president in Brooksville, handed
from the Jesuit's New York : assisted in planning the event. the gavel to the new
Church of blessing the watersof workshop theme, "Busy Hands Columbus, Orlando. A film featuring them at the end of the Second Vatican Council by a lay over
Mission Band will conduct theI Every woman in the parish Make Happy Hearts," members John Glenn's flight into president. Both made appropriate
I springs, rivers and lakes on t ]leader here. .
,. _._
mission, said Monsignor Mul the Feast of the Epiphany. It is is invited to the annual mem- will display hobbies and space will be shown during the Martin H. Work, executive U unity, thinK With US and youwill comments, aimed at a

lally. They will be Father I only appropriate that boats and| bership tea. It will be an event antiques. Principal speaker will evening. Dinner will be served
Harold Folser 3J. and Father vessels which traverse the. of January 20 from 3-5 p.m. in be Miss Mary Noble, Times- 5 to 9 p.m. ,cil of Catholic Men Washington with us and :you will find us this territory of Hernando

Richard Scannell S J.Women's waters also receive thChurch's Building, Union garden editor. Both Orlando Councils, No. 1 D.O, told First Friday club selfless men interested in the County, it was added. The
mission in the parish good of all that is human present membership in the St.
I blessing and thus secure Father W. Thomas Larkin, 2112 and No. 5150, have been j members the council will chal-
is to begin on January 27 God's favor and protec. Trail at South Gate, accordingto pastor of Christ the King invited to attend a forthcoming j lenge men and women as "we join us and you will find the Anthony's Mission Holy Name

for a week, Monsignor Mullally :tion." the chairmen, Mrs. Max Church, will review Louis de Sunday Mass and Communion :never before have been chal- source of God's grace and Society. long a mainstay of
added. eternal life." hard pressed parish Priests, is
Wohl's "Founded on a Rock, breakfast. "
Preceding the blessing, there ]lenged.
Bender and Mrs. Walter Lovell.
at the Club's Book Review at Pope John XXIII has seta Mr. Woik pointed out that over 30 men. Indications are
was a parish breakfast. Chair- committee of 20 members is for an increase within the
A Winter ParkST.
1 p.m. on January 24 at the target date of Christmas! this is the first Church council

) \. man for festivities of the day working on the success of the home of Mrs. Harry Kimball. MARGARET MARYSt. 1963, for the end of the ever' to make the lay apostolate month.

f\ Order was Fred Travaleno. tea. Father Larkin will also speakon Margaret Mary's Women's council. a part of its formal DeBaryST.

O\\. ecumenical council. Guild members were scheduled, Mr. Work said: agenda.

TodaylBOWEN'S 345-6050 Open Thursday SAN JOSE :yesterday evening, to hear a "A renewed Church will face "The results will underscorethe ANNA

Evening by Appointment Father James J. Judge talk by Thomas J. Aglio, execu- the modern world. It will say: essential role of the laymanin get-acquainted social and

Lorraine's Beauty Salon C.S.S.R. of the Holy Rosary 1 tive secretary of the Orlando look at us and you will see i the Church; will stress his tea will be an event sponsoredin

2940-49th Street, North parish was guest speaker at office of the Catholic Charities Christ; touch us and you will unique function in the Mystical DeBary, January 20, from

Standard Oil Products FLORIST-GREENHOUSES St. Petersburg : the January meeting 0 f the ]Bureau of the Diocese.At feel the charity of early Chris.St. Body; will emphasize his membership 2 to 4 p.m., by the Women's
tton Lakevlew J"e.. !So. Robert L. Dutilly Prop. i San Jose Parish Guild, Jacksonville the meeting plans were 1 in the priesthood of the Guild of St. Ann Church. All
11'1.it; FLOVEKS
867-2136 I on Monday evening, 1 to be made for the coming \faithful, and especially clarifyhis women of the parish are ln'

WE OIL HONOR CREDIT STANDARD CARDS St. IVtersburr January 11. "The Holy Shroud "Family Fun Dinner. The Petersburg apostolic missionary respon- vited to the parish hall for the.

C.T.Johnsonllnc.MUTUAL of Turin" was the topic of his (Guild will sponsor the eventon Beach ;sibility to the secular world as: event. :
address. A film was shown. February 17 at Bishop part of the total and singular Mrs. Aaron Dungan of 106

FUNDS Mrs. Edwin Kirchen :Moore: High School cafeteria. ST. JOHN apostolate of the Church," the First Street in DeBary is pres-

ST. PETERSBURG First Federal Building Jr., chairman of the annual ]Parishioners and friends are "June in January" will be the ]NCCM official said. ident of St. Ann's Guild.

__ 100-4th Strcctorth benefit card party, reported on i invited. theme of the annual fashion

"iiiDiiniiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiimiiiauiiiiiiiiuaiiniii uuaiimuiiinaiiiuiiiiiiiQiiui : 1MIONK 2177815Jackson's plans her committee is makingfor show and card party to be '

o this event which will be MaitlandST. sponsored this month by the ST. PETERSBURG
members of St. John's Ladies
held in February this year.
; 2.3&4 Bedroom Homes in E ShoesLadies' :Mrs.: Walter Hand spoke on January 20,Father HubertJ. Auxiliary Beach municipal at St.auditorium.Petersburg
Our of Fatima.
p St. Jude Parish | Lady I Reason will install the new Patrons may reserve tables, DANIEL J. WINTER & CO.
& Men'sClinic officers of the Altar Society at if they choose, from Mrs. Mar-
s Transfiguration Parish == Miller Patronage is invited for the 1 the 8:30: a.m. Mass; it is also tin I. Paro Jr. ((362-0621) or BONDS
annual card party to be given 1 the Communion Sunday for St. HOSPITAL-SCHOOL
Sacred Heart Parish Mrs. Frank Hagan ((362.5551)).
D f Vitality-Weyenberg in Jacksonville on February 6 ]Mary Magdalen Catholic Wom A donation of $1.25 per person 403 FLORIDA THEATRB BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG

As Low as $90.00 Down..1 Cushioned Bellaires at 8 p.m., for the benefit of the j an's Guild of Maitland: will cover the show, hot coffee TELEPHONE 8624)381

641 Central Ave. 862.1355 St. Mary's Home. The Home's The new officers of the Altar and sandwiches and the cards.

= Auxiliary will sponsor the i Society are Mrs. William Bach, Card prizes will be given.
1325 Avenue N. Phone 862-4136 |
Arlington party in the Bishop Kenny ]president; Mrs. William H. June's Florida Fashions of
iIIutunuIDluunnnIDUUnnuuuuunuumatuuunuIDwuumuauuulmunutur' ; High School cafetorium. Prizes J Nann Horn
I, vice-president; Mrs. Treasure Island will be presented KINGflSHRESTAURANT
ENJOY AUTOMATIC and refreshments are promised. Thad Kurek, 'treasurer; and A professional organistand

FIAT I "THE QUALITY ECONOMY CAR" "Keep-Filled" Hirs. Loretta Scheidel, secre- coordinator of fashions will
Tarpon Springs
present the fashions.
DELIVERYPhone There will be a luncheon for

FORDOR GOOD : ST.Clearwater's IGNATIUS Sears Company ,the members of the Altar Society St. PetersburgST.

St. Pete 898-1111 I ( at the ML Vernon Motor
TERMS will present the latest in fash- PAULSt.
SEDAN Clearwater 446-8314 Lodge on Thursday January
ions, shown by professional i Paul's Women's Club will
21, at 1 p.m. All members of Golden Fried Broiled
models, for the Women's Guild have a Mardi Gras including a or Shrimp
the parish invited
are to at.
NOW ONLY- $1569 -FULL PRICEIF i of St. Ignatius Church. Patron- tend. For reservations, please dance and a card party on Sat- Succulent Scallops
age of the public is invited to urday, February 2 at 9 p.m.
YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ECONOMY LOOK FOR call Mrs. Nann Horn, MI 4-3043. 9 Luscious Lobsters
OLDEST and LARGESTIN the benefit event on January Music will be by the Tune-
The luncheon will cost $1.90,
DILL R B n W M o 3100 5th AVE. NO. PINELLAS 26 at 1:30: p.m. in the Tarpon including tips and tax, she ad- Toppers. Patrons are invitedto OUH FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER -
Springs parish hall. vises. the event at the Al Kareem SERVED OCEAN FR.EKH

Mrs. Y'illiam Guyer has ar- Club, 2175 Pinellas Point Drive IIUSHPUPriES AND ROLLS -

-- : -- -- .-.- Edouard C. Craig ranged the fashion show. Afterit BradentonST. South. Admission will be $1.50 Chicken and SteaksAt

cards will be played and per person for dancing or.cards
For Your Real Estate Contractor and Distributorfor dessert served with coffee. In JOSEPH or both. Mrs. F. C. Barrios Jr. Famous Johns Pass

r And Insurance Needs Call charge of the latter featuresare Parishioners have been advised and Mrs. R. E. Dudley Jr. are

Vikon Metal Ceramic Mrs. Ben Frey, Mrs. Norman to take notice of the daily co-chairmen. Mrs. N. L. Kent

LaVoie Realty & Insurance and Mosaic Tiles Cullen and :Mrs. Donald Mass schedule and encouragedto will take your reservation. SEE US FOR THE BEST
frequent daily Mass. The
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I recently added 11:30: a.m. daily Key COMMERCIAL BUSINESS INSURANCE

.. __ GainesvilleST. Mass at the main parish churchis .
? ? ?
.:.-.:" .r.- :-/.r.r: -::;--Y -- -- MICHAEL
offered Monday through
PATRICK Father John F. Lima M.M. .f' TYRONE
Fridays only and not on Sat-
Father Thomas R. Gross gave has begun to have two Masses SHOPPING CENTER
For Catholics Of Pinellas Ul days.
t County 0 Benediction of the Most Blessed each Sunday at St. Michael the fth Av.. No. & SBrfc Strut ,
Daily, year around, Mass is "
IWifJ Sacrament prior to the meetingof celebrated in St. Joseph Churchat Archangel Mission Church on ..f 342-8551 '
Calvary Cemetery '' St. Patrick's Woman's Club 7 a.m. Siesta Key. They are scheduledat 1'N I. good leads wltfc, ...
: last week. The members 9 and 10
made a.m.
Endowed Care jeutlJY plans for the third annual In addition: there is a daily iD: ALLSTATE c.e:: r
8. o'clock Mass offered in the
:Mardi Gras dinner dance. TitusvilleST. INSURANCE COMPANIES
U.S. 19 at 58th St. No. Phone HE 6-4238 Mrs. Lois chapel downtown on Twelfth
O'Malley, chair- Avenue. TERESA
Office Open 9-4 P.M. Daily & 1-1 P..Jr. on Sunday 4645 9th Sheet, North man, said that it would be an Father John B. O'Hare has
event of February 23 at the
announced a day of recollection
Holiday Inn. Reservations may Group Honors for all the women in the Fresh
be made with'Irs.. Seafood
tu parish. It will take place on
Dooley, FRanklin 22132.
Priest For.
March 3 from 1 p.m. through
:Mrs.: Josephine
Ziegler, pres- 4 at St. Teresa Church.
a ident, plans a board meeting on Book on Slavs Mrs. Charles Welly again -

Monday January 21, at 'the
SERVICE made an for volunteers
parish halL CHICAGO (XC) Father appeal CRAB MEAT LOBSTER
e. OPEN SAT, YKKK .>'CKCJDJLl'ERY'' to register for their turns dur-
I" Sick et. t lath Ate. Se.rhos. Mrs. Mary Row, who is col- Francis Dvornik, professor of
co ii NooxST. ing the parish adoration pro- Marine fishes are especial MEAT SCOllOPSIy
t 7-'*88tAH lecting religious Christmascards Byzantine history at Harvard( -

rb.B. .11th PETERSBURG An. GnU BEACH BUd TRUST >th St.GREEN&: 18th STAMPS Ate 1'1.. books, magazines and University, was honored hererecently gram.:Mrs. John Moquin will ex- rich sources of iodine, STONE CRAB CLAWS-
SIO-IJS1 Y.ur Ac< unt Inured by l\l.I.C. SERVICE !.!>... 8. -41SlTypically calendars to send to the missile by the American
tend hospitality to all women required for the
Catholic Historical Association proper
said the items could be
oft h
e parish at the get-ac TROUT MACKEREL
for his book "The Slavs in -
left a t the parish hall. On functioning of the thyroid
quainted tea for St. Teresa's
:March: 2, a rummage sale is European History and Civiliza
tion." CatholicWman's Club. All are gland containing 50 to RED SNAPPER SEA
planned, with Mrs.\ Elaine :Mockas : invited to her home
from 3 to
The Priest who born inChom'Z
was L
chairman. 5 p.m. at 1103 Lane Avenue. 200 times as much of this BASS KING FISH _
Czechoslovakia, received
the Masson
Following 9
I r4'y Patronage of the public was
essential element
I the John Gilmary Shea as
3 St. Ann's Circle any
February asked for the _
card party under POMPANO BLUEFISH
prize, at the association's -
will be hostesses at coffee. presidential
a the other food. Oysters,
luncheon. Albert Cardinal chairmanship of,Mrs. Ron
aId Moretto.. It; J planned as a FROG LEGS -
Lake Wales Meyer, Archbishop of Chi- Shrimp and Crab Meat
benefit at 7:30 p.m. on February
cago, presided at the luncheon.
HOLY SPIRIT The prize is! given annuallyto 23 at the new Citizen'sBank contain the minerals which TURTLE STEAK FLA.

Club of Catholic Women's American Catholic au- building. help build the hemoglobin
Y- up _
past presidents who wereguests thor who, in the judgment ofa
1 of honor at a Lake committee of scholars, has Winter HavenThe content of the
.ti Wales covered dish luncheon made the most original and December 1962 "Catholic blood and prevent; or rem- DANISH
were introduced by Mrs. Arch distinguished contribution to School Journal," educators'

Eden Homes Style and Beauty Updike Jr., president. Theyare historical knowledge daring magazine carries five verses edy nutritional anemia. AUSTRALIAN LOBSTER

: the previous year in the form entitled "Not Death-But Life" '
- cce CKCtL Mrs H. J. Prince, Sirs. L. F.. of a published work. by Sister Mary Alacoque S.sJ. -

+ J Martin, Mrs. AlonzQ Yager, Honorable mention was accorded of St. Joseph convent Winter
OKSKBIPlease ( Mrs A. P. Stanley, Mrs. F. J. to Father George H. Haven. The occasion of the

Oliver, :Mrs.: Frank Owen, :Mrs.: Dunne SJ.. director 6f the; poem, it was stated, was the
inform your relatives and friends of the availability of our quality homes in the Carl Heath, Mrs. M. J. O'Con- Peace Corps program a t: death of Mother Anna Maria,

immediate waterfronts proximity available.of ST. RAPHAEL'S CHURCH on SNELL ISLE. Choice sites including nell, Mrs. Roger Kenney, Mrs. Georgetown University for his: former superior general of the PINEL LAS SEA FOOIPhone

are Irving Magui-e:: and Airs. H. J. book "Generation of Giants:: Sisters of St. Joseph of St.

For nwliare Writ Tel McClernan.Mrs. The Story of the Jesuits in i Augustine, who labored In the

1300 Snsll Isle Blvd., Snell We- ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA PHONE 894-3149 Harold Rogers reviewedthe China in the Last Decades of: work of education in Floridafor 1533 3rd St. So. 862-5163 St. Pete, Ra.j .

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan.: 18,1963 Page Three
Rosary's Campaign


Geared for Push, SundayPicture ,',;>

on Page 5 Of Council's
,j" .
JACKSONVILLE-The general solicitation kick-off

dinner for the volunteer campaign workers serving on Holy ... ...
Rosary's new church and parish hall building fund drive AcceptanceVATICAN

will take place Saturday, January 19, at 6:30 p.m. in the
.Dresent.. old rarinh hall ,CITY (XQ-Pope
The irnportflceofthe- sides Monsignor Nolan and Father 4t4 John XXIII contrasted the
itual undertaking will be Bueche will be Father William PA 4Z A'J openings of the First and Second

Collins C.SS.R., executive _--__$ Vatican Ecumenical Councils -
I stressed by the kick-off l'_ '
speaker k
i Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan. coordinator; and Ben Geraghty, at his annual audience for

i-- The dean of manager of the JacksonvilleSuns Rome's nobility.The .

Priests in the baseball team. t nobles were led by

area will Also on the speaker's pro- .. Prince Aspreno Colonna, prince
address .' :; =;- ...r. ;;;:--
F more gram will be John Gill, gen- assistant at the papal throne,

than 180 men .... eral chairman and Thomas F. ,- '- ]' ..:-.,.S.;; :;! : who paid homage to the Pope

ii who have acEd O'Connell, campaign director. BREVARD CAThOLIC CHARITIES AGENCY SERVED BY FIRST BOARD and expressed joy over the
The new church and parish --- --- opening of the council and thePontiffs
invita Priests whose parishes are in bers of the board also met /tives of Charities are 10 of the parish; Mr. Aglio, Brevard's Knecht of St. Joseph parish.
hall will be built adjacent to recovery from his recent -
to can the Cape Canaveral area are the newly appointed execu-i dozen lay members of the Charities executive; Charles Absent when the picture was
the present new school building illness.
I fellow me bers' of the board of the lIve secretary of Brevard's ;newly formed Brevard County Price of Our Lady of Lourdes taken were two other board
located at Brentwood and
_____ parishioners XorMood Avenues. It .is ,i new Catholic Charities Bureauin Catholic Charities Bureau, board of directors for the parish; Louis Michels of St. members, John Hett of Ascen- Pope John noted that the

t for Brevard County. Thomas J. Agile, MJ5.W., regional office of Catholic Joseph parish; Patrick Blumerof sion parish and Hugh Ashcraftof opening of the Second Vatican .
)hlt" >OIIiD across from the Gateway
_- pledges on Plaza They were joined last week A.C-S.W. i Charities which opened on St. Teresa parish; and A. J. Our Lady of Lourdes parish. Council was greeted

Sunday, January 20, between 1 Shopping Center. by several members of the di- It was an historic day for January 14 in an office on U.S. \\nil respect by all levels of

and 4:30: p.m. Venerable Holy Seating capacity of the new ocesan Board of Catholic Charities I(Catholic Charities,. and presentfor Highway One in Eau Gallie. Ormond BeachST. St. LeoST. society throughout the world
will be !
Rosary parish will be spurredto approximately at the first meeting of the : the organization of the Appointed by their pastors, BRENDAN and with a spontaneity and
persons. The financial objective
new, great goals in the principal newly organized board: for'Brevard board were, from the the men serving on the Bre- cordiality that he called
address of the campaign is : Father Neil A. Sager has announced annual St. Leo Abbey
to be given by Brevard County's new agency. 1 left, Father Martin B. Powerof vard board are, from left, John truly exceptional.The .
$70,000. the first Forty Hours lecture series to the
Monsignor Nolan. ;
- The newest of the six Catholic I Ascension Eau Gallie and R. Atkins of Ascension parish;
Since Father Walter J. Father Collins, who is serv- Devotion ever to be held in the public, will be held next weekin beginning of the First
Charities' regional offices in *Holy Name of Jesus Mission L. J. DeMarkis and R. W. Gradyof
Bueche C.SS.R. took over the ing as executive coordinator of young parish. The devotionswill the libraryThe general subject Vatican Council was quite different -
I*Canova Beach member of the
the Diocese of St. Augustine a St. Mary and Our Saviour
parish this will be the largest the campaign, mentioned: be held February 1-3, with of the lectures covers the the Pontiff pointed out.t
I diocesan Charities board as parishes Miss Reilly, Jacksonville -
P will be located in Eau Gallie, ;
number of men he has ever "We are certainly very grateful and the charter members of .well; Father T. Leo Danaher of Charities executive; Judge holy hours Friday through theologian and the modern He recalled that many governments
for the fine spirit the Sunday night. world. hostile to the summoning -J
grouped together in a major par- \ were
the board for Brevard met in J Jacksonville, assistant to the Kenneth T. Moran of St. Teresa ,
effort for the parish. ishioners of Holy Rosary have Ascension parish hall for their 1 chairman of the diocesan Charities Men of the Holy Name Society The lecturers are Father of that council and that

Women of Holy Rosary shown volunteering for posi- first board; Father Charles W. Venice will sponsor a ham and James Egan O.P. and Father the response of non-Catholic

Church will cook and serve tions on the campaign organ- meeting. *Spellman, pastor of St. Mary roast beef dinner on Sunday, Leo Arnoult O.P., both of St. churches to the invitation to

the dinner for the kick off of ization and in the campaign Miss Kathleen Reilly of parish in Rockledge and the EPIPHANY March 3, from 3 to 7 p.m. Mary's College, Notre Dame, attend it from Pope Pius IX

the campaign. Many more of headquarters. If our 'prospects' Jacksonville! executive see- Church of Our Saviour in Cocoa Plans for a card social were Church ushers will have Indiana. was saddening. t tOn

the women have also volunteered -:show the same generous spirit, rotary of the Charities agency Beach Father Terence J. Far- completed at the January meet- tickets. Father Egan Is chancellor of

their time to work as our drive will .most certainlybe there, was a guest speaker at relly ; of Orlando, diocesan ing of the Epiphany Guild of Starting this month, the par- the school of sacred theologyat the contrary, he sent said, 86

I office helpers during the con a success." the meeting: at which. mem- 1 board member; Monsignor- theChurch of the Epiphany, ish has inaugurated a seriesof St. Mary's. He has been an special missions were by
Venice. The social will be held editor of Thomist magazine. the world's nations to second
duct of the
campaign. rick J. Trainor of St. Peters- social gatherings after the 9
Father John A. O'Bri council's opening ceremonies
en in the church hall on Harbor Father Arnoult has written
Speakers tomorrow night be-
i burg Beach, chairman of the o'clock Mass. New York state
Drive, Tuesday evening January widely in the field of ascetical while there was wide
diocesan board; Father JosephA. was featured by the attendanceof
22 at 8 Donation will representation of non-Catholic
Barry, pastor of Our Ladyof p.m. parishioners who came from theology.
Fisher Pro Leads Onerest's churches during the council.
grai 71 be one dollar. Subjects and dates of the lectures
I Lourdes parish Melbourne; there, at the January 13 social;
]Father W. Thomas Larkin of Dr. Garold Stryker, well- on January 20, former residentsof are: January 20 8 p.m., The Pope said that Instead
To Counsel known artist, has donated two "The Challenge to Theology"by
Accept the of
,Jacksonville, diocesan board Illinois will be honored. of dwelling on sorrows
of his paintings to the Epiph- Father 21
Egan January ,
i member; Father Peter C. Dolanof the past it is better to take

are many methods:I of kindling the interest of St. Joseph parish, Palm Bay; any Guild to be used as prizesat St. PetersburgCDA 3 p.m., "Theology and the Life them .as marks of the grace of
THERE the card social. Dr. Strykeris of the Church" by Father
friends in ou Holy Faith and thus gettingthe 1 Father John B. O'Hare of St. God, bear them with patienceand
a member of the SarasotaArt Egan; January 21, 8 p.m.,
Teresa Titusville and to know how to wait and
them started their to Church's door. The parish, ;
on way open Association, and is vice- The Catholic Daughters of "Theology and the Commit
most effective single method i i is to get the prospect in touch ]Father Donal Noonan, assistant president of the Venice-No. America, Court. Sancta :Maria: ment of the Individual" by to mortify oneself.
pastor at Ascension, Eau Gallie.
with a Priest. komis Art Association.Mrs. Father Arnoult 22, 3 Pope John reminded the t
No. 952 will dessert ;
the unity which Christ said Standing with the lay execu- sponsor a
This is shown in the conversion John O'Neill Cade, pres- p.m., "Theology and the Social nobles of a phrase of St. Ambrose -
to characterize it.
was card party at the hall, 3rd
of Mrs. Edwardine Richealof ident of the Guild is general Commitment of Man" by Father who wrote that where
Father Jesus JacksonvilleCHRIST
"Holy prayed,
New Orleans, who tells of "keep in Thy Name those chairman of the card social. and Sixth Avenue South, on Arnoult; January 23, 3 there is patience there is joy.

the steps There will be prizes and re Saturday, January 26. at 1 p.m. and the Sec
whom thou hast given me, that TIlE KING p.m.; "Theology The Pope said that this could

ing to her leadm.'F.'g.'I'\ 'tb they may be one even as we Father W. Thomas Larkin freshments. Bring your own cards, says the ular World" by Father Egan; be applied by all in carryingout

version i : I :" ..t ;' are. showed a film strip on church Reservations may be made chairman, Mrs. Eugene Burke. January 23, 8 p.m., "Theologyand their tasks.

reared as a 1'Y: .;:'. :>., ';r.] "Yet not for these (Apostles) i support at the January break by calling Mrs. J. W. Shannon, Co-chairmen are Mrs. John the Political Commitment He thanked them for their

Baptist, but'lost >.: x" '>\, t. J fast meeting of Christ the 3-1635. Havulin and Mrs. P. Moynihan. of Man" by Father Arnoult.
,. .. .f: only do I pray, but for those concern for his health and expressed -
Interest :
ii l '> also who through their word King's Holy Name Society. again his hope that the
Electric post and stopped at-
are to believe in me, that all Vernon Duncan, president, council will end this year. I
II lights for tending church Events
may be one even as thou Fa- ]presented the eight new mem- Coming t
_ III driveways and walks. services. I ama 1 bers who had been enrolled in _
ther, in me and I In thee"John . ..... .._ .
registered Thl *l mn ll t fvtar flti, p elal Uny and v nt> .f mat*
Flood -
LIII lamps and ( 17, 11-21)). 1 the society at the monthly than local laterelt. Advance notice of regular meetlncc will b. emitted. Saint Began Unity 1]
Ill spotlights for patio, nurse-| The Catholic Church alone (Communion Sunday Mass. At..''
and. was working in a Parents' Dance, benefit Petersburg; parish social hall Diocesan Orphans' Collection '
II pool, yard or terrace. hospital possesses this unity. Its 550 1 tendance was totaled at 119- ContinuedAnnually
11 Cost so little, worth where Sisters and Priests are million members profess the 'members.At Bishop Kenny High School 4-6 p.m., January 27. February 17, in all Octave
active. I was married out of the at Jacksonville Southslde' Card party, fashion show, churches.
much for the Father Larkin
1! security Mass
so same Faith, unite in the same ,
Church Women's Club 8 Jan. 28. Southside Wom fun February RomeROME
to a fallen-away Cath- p.m. January Family dinner in
and See five scouts 0 f the
f: safety beauty. worship, receive the same sac- !presented
nary 18.Card an's Club; Assumption Guild, 17, Bishop Moore High
them at your electrical olic.When raments and acknowledge the parish the Ad Altare Del medal XC Masses In '
( )
our marriage was in awards. these awards party, sponsored by sponsor, Jacksonville. School, Orlando; St. MargaretMary -
contractor or favorite same supreme authority-the Earning St. Jude's Holy Xame Society, San Jose hall Jacksonville Guild eight different Rites and ser '
danger of breaking up, a Cath- Dan Brown John Dun- parish Women's spon
lighting store. Pope, who is one of the successors were ,
olic nurse got me in touch witha Friday evening January 18, marathon bridge, 8 mons in eight languages-In-
of St. Peter. Upon the can, William Duncan, Michael sor.Card
Priest at Our Lady of the school cafetorium, St. Peters' p.m., January 29. party, fashion show cluding G a e 11 highlighted
Learned and D'Alla-
) Holy Rosary Church. He gave completion of the instructions, Anthony burg. Forty Hours Devotion, St. Christ the King benefit Jacksonville Rome's annual eight-day prayer
r1 ':: I was received Into Christ's Jacksonville dance' South- campaign for Church unity,
.. me a lot of good advice and Brendan Church Ormond : Southside Women's
true Church.and made my first via.Gulfport side Women's Club started 121 by soon-
strove valiantly to save our January Beach, February 1-3. Club, February 19. years ago
cfLZ7 L marriage. But it ended in di- Holy Communion.That 19; Christ the King parish. Women's retreat, Holy Carnival, Bishop Barry to-be canonized St. Vincent

_, ...:rs CHEAPER Toofl; vorce, and my husband is still was one of the happiest HOLY NAME Card party, St. Thomas Name Priory, San Antonio, High; School, St. Petersburg, PallotW.

$ FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. out of the Church.I days in my life. It is wonderfulto Priests of Holy Name Church, Aquinas Mission, St. Cloud, February 1-3; reserve with February 22, 23, 21; sponsors, The octave was sponsoredby

HflFINO eUltO flOKlOA was so impressed by the have one's sins forgiven in Gulfport, have invited Re- January 19. St. Cloud Mrs. Thomas Beaumont, by parents of students at bojs'school members of the religion
the sacrament of Penance, to demptorist missionaries to Woman's Club. at Hade Notre community the new Saint
unselfish efforts of this Priest telephone City and at Dame
; that I decided to look into the receive our Eucharistic Lord come to the parish duringthe Week of January 20, wom 588-3848. eadf'm)'. founded, the Society of the

Catholic religion.As in Holy Communion and to as- next two weeks. .The en's mission, Holy Xame Mardi Gras gala, St. Petersburg Third annual Mardi Gras APostoIate-ienersliy known

ST. AUGUSTINEPONTIAC the course of instruction sist at the holy Sacrifice of the first week, beginning January Church Gulfport; Masses' at ; dance, card party; Feltruary dinner dance, Holiday Inn, as the Pallottine Fathers.It .

progressed, I began to Mass. 20, will feature the mission for '7:30 9:30 a.m.; devotions at 7 2, 9 p.m., Tune Top'ers' February 23, benefit of St. took place in the downtown .

perceive that the Catholic The Catholic religion has women, morning and evening.On p.m. on Monday, all other [ music i ; AI Kareem Club; Patrick; parish Woman'sClub Church of Sant' Andrea

Church isn't simply "another given me a peace of mind, a January 27, the men's days, 7:30 p.m. same hours, St. Paul's Women's Club, Gainesville, sponsor.! della Valle, starting on the

. 1 Church," but is the Church sense of security and a hap- mission will open for a week. mission for meneek of JOnsor.Jacksonvil1e's. Card party, benefit St. feast of the Epiphany.The .

piness never experienced be- As a special mission extra, January 27.Mission Teresa parish! February 2.1. Rites were Maronite,
$ America's No. 1 Road Car founded by Christ Himself. San Jose
I This discovery has farreaching fore. children attending public school for men, week of parish hall, marathon bridge, 7:30 p.m., Titnsville's new Byzantine-Ukrainian, Byzan-

BANTA BROS. implications of the greatest "Would that I could share from the fourth through the January 20; for women, week February 5, 8 p.m. Citizens Bank Building.Titusviile tine-Rumanian, Byzantine-Slav,

importance.It my holy Faith with many eighth grades are to attend mis- of January 27; St. Paul parish Annual card Women's day of Byzantine-Greek, Ethiopian,
St. Augustine others," Mrs. Richeal said. sion devotions for them at 4 Daytona Beach. party BishopKenny recollection Syrian and Armenian. Besides
t. Teresa
that the Church has High; School cafetorium
means Other methods of helping inquirers p.m., January 28, 29 and 30, in Forty Hours Devotion, January Gaelic. the sermons were givenin
Church, March 3, 14
Jacksonville p.m.
to teach in the February
authority name are described in "Shar- Holy Name Church, 5824 15th 20-22, St. Martha German, Spanish, English,
_ of Christ, who promised to be 6, 8 p.m.; St. Marj's Home St. Paul Guild Easter Monday .
the Faith" "The .
ing and Dutch and Polish.St.
i Open Avenue South.NonCatholic. Church, Sarasota. French,
EUGENE L. BARNES with it all days even unto the Auxiliary.Card card party, Jacksonville,
Door, published by Our Sun- friends of par- San Jose bridge marathon, Vincent started the eight-

- & SON consummation of the world.It day Visitor, Huntington, In- ishioners are invited to make parish hall Jacksonville, Jan. party, fashion show, April 15. day devotion as a solemn celebration -

_ REALTORS & INSURORS means that the Church is diana. the mission with the Catholics. nary 22, 8 p.m. February 13; sponsorship of Low Sunday Pilgrimage to of the octave of the

65 King Street divinely safeguarded from Card party Epiphany Sacred Heart Guild, Jacksonville Oldest Mission, St. Augustine, Epiphany to illustrate theChurch's

_ St. Augustine error, and is thus empoweredto NCCW Directors Women to Make Church hall, Harbor Drive, Garden Center. Florida, April 21. unity and universality -

Established 1895Budgeting interpret the Bible. WASHINGTON' (NO) -The Venice January 22, 8 p.m.; Parish fair, St. )( a r)" Convention, St. Augustine; and to pray for a more

"Go into the whole world," 27-member board of directorsof February Retreat Epiphany Guild, sponsor.St. Church, Ilockledge, February Diocesan Council of Catholic perfect realization of these at

said Jesus to His first Bishopsand the National Council of Petersburg Beach mu- 16. Women Tampa April 22-24. tributes.r. .

Priests, "and preach the Catholic Women will meet here SAX ANTONIO-The West nicipal auditorium, January

gospel to every creature. He from January 21 to 25, Mrs. Joseph Florida Catholic Laywomen'sRetreat 24, 8 p.m., card party, fashion ......... "S'. -- >"" .. ., .

who believes and is baptized McCarthy, NCCW president Association has completed show; Ladies Auxiliary of St. i, .-. ,. -. J -. ..

shall be saved, but he who does has announced.A plans for the first win- John parish.. './
.For Your TraM
1963 Plans
not believe shall be con- series of six leadership in- ter weekend retreat to be held Women's Guild of St. .,

demned" (Mark 16, 15-16)). stitutes to be held in the spring at the Holy Name Priory' San Ignatius Church, Tarpon I-

Insisting upon the duty to i and fall will be a major item Antonio February 1, 2 and 3. Springs, fashion show and

accept the Gospel because of; on the agenda. Annual reports Father Laurence E. Higgins of card party, January 26, 1:30

the authority with which Christ: will be presented from NCC\V Tampa, association moderator, p.m., parish hall. PILGRIMAGES

clothed His Priests, He said:; national committee chairmen, made the announcement.Mrs. Catholic Daughters Court
Richard J. Sullivan, Sancta Maria dessert card
"He who hears you. hears me;; headquarters staff members
president, announces that ac- party court hall St. Petersburg
I and he who rejects you rejectsme" ; and the directors.

? (Luke 10: 16)). The NCCW provides services comodations are limited. January 26, 1 p.m.
All interested in Blessed Trinity Women's To Sh4n
As a result of the Church'sauthority to some nine million Catholic women par- Everf The World! .
I ticipating in this retreat are Club spaghetti dinner, St.
to teach in the women through its more than ,
Use Our Low Cost urged to make their reserva- ., 4 ; .
name of its Founder, it has 14,000 affiliated organizations. ,
tions promptly with their respective -
Checking Plan parish representatives, Theater Convention : TIId Shrine somewhere .

CLEARWATERO'NEAL'S or with the reservations chair- NEW YORK (XC)-The an- us prove

You can keep an accu- man, Mrs. Thomas Beaumont, nual convention of the national 'ly' and
San Antonio, telephone Dade Catholic theatre conference is r ?

rate record of your spending City 588-3848. scheduled for August 22 to 26 ... ..
I ji ---
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and really keep to AIR 1120 Conn. Are. Wash 6, D.C
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Catholic CommentDiscipline Frank J. Sheed Cuba Proves 'Red Split' Talk Phony m

Man's Conscience Seeks A surprising amount of press had made is that the communist ist-Leninist ideas in the Western -

verbiage is being expendedin party of the United Hemisphere. The strengthof

Divine Source of Strength this country over the debate States is weak and decrepit.It her revolutionary examplewill

between the communist partiesof is this "poor" party which increase. The United

Our Education's Virtue ,'IF a man honestly followshis conscience, why does he Soviet Rus- '"The"orker" of December 30 States government undertookon

I need a Church to tell him what's right and what's sia and Red announced had raised $120,000 behalf of its country not to
China. Many for "that paper" within a few invade Cuba. The threat of a
THROUGH the coming weeks the schools olic without religion. Yet no educational wrong? weird conclu- weeks with comparative ease. thermonuclear war has been
Most of us know the symptoms which tells us that
of St. will be system can be Catholic without our "
Augustine a constant sions have also This is no staggering sum in averted.
evaluated for the purpose of improving our striving for academic excellence.God conscience has gone into action. We have been drawn million-dollar conscious America That is to be read in the sup-

school system. Those in charge of our is the author of the Truth, whether :'; done something or gained something whichin from this dis'l -v: '. but it was the total amount plement to '"The"orker" of

educational institutions are fully aware of this truth be scientific or religious. Andto ) _. in itself j is wholly pleasurable; yet we feel cussion, most A asked and in addition the communist December 23, to which I have

the need for constant improvement, select- satisfy the child's appetite for truth, 1' : acute discomfort inside us. For all the of them aiding party has to support its previously referred. In this

ing new textbooks which include the latest he must be given the very best education.God l.1 pleasure of the thing we did, or all the the "be kind toKhrush functionaries."The address to the supreme soviet,

discoveries of science, keeping up with the gave the world to man to conquer .% advantage of the thing we have gained, p Worker"of December 30 Khrushchev goes on to say:

latest methods of teaching, testing pro- and man conquers the world by knowledge. we find ourselves wishing we hadn't An- c h e v' moves also tells the comrades to go "Noisy statements do not reduce -

grams. All are part of administering a Through academic knowledge a child is alysing our feeling, we find it to be a con- out into this country and the strength of the imperialist -

rapidly growing school system. prepared to subduetJi wqrld. Through viction that ,we ought not to have acted Louis F. Budenzwhich preach the "magnanimity" of forces and Cuba will
Catholic families are the beneficiariesof knowledge of religion,:a. child; is prepared, :.T so. Is this experience universal-in other are on in full swing. The the communist Castro in releasing -hardly get any relief from this.
to subdue himself.. And words has everybody got a conscience? the Cuban prisoners. The Soviet Union acted dif
so through Washington Post of
our school system. It is evident from academic January 3
and religious discipline, a child sub- A freak is what a human being would be who never drew devoted no less than six full His piratical act of ransom ferently. It not only exposedthe
rapid growth that Catholics be-
are U.S. imperialist intrigues
jects the world and also subjects himselfto the conscience line anywhereat pages to the one item of the is to be presented as justifying
.. __.. __L __ u- ,_ against Cuba. It also sent its
coming more and more aware of the imPortance God, his Creator.We all. garaeti not July as apI.aUJt: attack by the Peking "People'sDaily" our establishing, new

of Catholic education. Academic of the Diocese of St. Augustine owea But what is conscience? It is _but as pleasing to God. (Renmin Ribao) of December and "good relations" with the weapons who were to ready Cuba,to sent lay people down

excellence is important. But this is not the great debt to our Archbishop, Priests, a judgment: a man is uncom- And there has been so 31 on the Italian communists lied dictator.All their lives in the struggle for
primary reason for Catholic schools. We Sisters and the for fortable because his intellect much killing for no reason and indirectly criticizing -
laity making such a of which reminds us of defense of Cuba. And when
have (which is what men judge at all. Khrushchev.It .
our school system precisely becausewe great contribution to the family, to their the defeat we have had in Cuba was threatened, our men
are Catholic. And education is Cath- nation with) tells him that some action Planters have shot Indiansfor is safe to say that this
no and to their Faith. Cuba, represented in much of were ordered to defend Cuba
of his was morally wrong sport, colonists have shot eminent newspaper read by
our press as a victory-namely, against invasion, to fight
-not unwise, not unprofitable, aborigines with no more compunction every senator and congressman,
that the second week in shoulder to shoulder with the
Father not inaccurate but unclean: he than other feel has
John J. CastelotImitation men never given one quarter of
death with
January no inspections had Cubans, to stand to
II feels worse as a man for having about shooting birds, simply that space to such directive articles "
taken had demand the Cuban people.
done it. Note that it must be because Indians and aborigineswere as those in "International place as we

of Saints Virtue some action of his own. not counted as men, be- Affairs" and the "World Marx- ed. In addition Soviet Cuba But the United States was
Brings stands out much stronger than taught "reason," avers Khrush.
II who "
We meet people seem cause they did not look like the ist Review, which lately ad-
ever before as a continuingmenace chev, by fear of soviet might.So .
to have a highly developed their killers had
sort of men vised the comrades to forwardthe
WHAT is a saint? A person powers to insult the Giver of that we are no good, that thereis other to the United States.In it was that it offered a
conscience about people'sbehavior
grown up among. "anti-communist hysteria"cry
any faults? all good gifts. no sense in trying to be holy, and edify themselvesby in 1063.Our his rebuttal to the criticism "mutually acceptable solution."
Hardly! For as long as a So saints are not and he has Only brutes would do eitherof
per us right where he wantsus. beating their neighbors' of the "Albanian Party" A\V shall, thus' sec by evenour
son Is these things, we say. True Mipcificial American
through this even angels can become devils. .
breasts. But that is not con which is in reality answeringthe further examination that
vale of enough. sources of information in the
What meaning does this have But if we can just rememberthat science it is only one special Red Chinese leaders,
he is bound main have demonstrated the inner-communist debate
to But how civilized
for us? If we were not carefulit millions many men
of people beforeus form of self-righteousness. Khrushchev went right to the
slip from time feel the faintest about themselves M incompetent to is merely about how to disPatch -
could have a false and extremely became saints in spite of Conscience is the judgmentour pang point on this score of Cuba:
to time. Per millions of square miles of territory deal with the clever fencingof Ui! the more quickly.It .
dangerous their
sinfulness and because intellect makes upon "The question arises, how
haps he doesn't } could lead us to resign ourselves they refused to stop struggling things done by ourself.As taken from native races soviet psychological warfare is not inspired, as many
fall flat on his feel that we must now be on have we retreated? imply, by new
to the fact of our sinfulness against their weakness, then such, it is not more cer- by force or any responsibility newspapers any
face, but he to shrug our shouldersand hold for the wretched rem our guard.One "Socialist Cuba exists. Cuba love of Khrushchev for the
we can our heads high and tainly right than other
does slip, and murmur contentedly: look with confidence to the Father judgment our intellect any makes; nant to which the original own. of the points which the remains a beacon of the Marx West.

slips are imperfections "So what? So I sinned. Butso who knows even better neither in this field nor in any ers have been reduced?

some have saints and angels than we do the stuff of whichwe other are we infallible.As Men of full !seriousnesslike -
times even sinned. Why should I worry?" are made. we look at nations and the our questioner!! try to Father Leo J. Trese
sins. It is only Hut the fact Is that form their conscience,
we are own
conscience I
was (the attitude of the centuries, we find
when he is safe in the arms of supposed to imitate the vir author of alm but the actions that based upon life as they see
p> 12. universal, God Wills
his face heavenly with Father, face to tues, not the faults of God's He, too, was apparently stir conscience to protest by it, and to live by it. Doing as is True VocationWE
perfection, that he friends.
tempted to discouragement: no means so universal. Forni- But looking at the human
himself becomes faultless and Their sins brought them humiliation I cation did not trouble the pre- race to which after all they have the obligation, at- trouble-maker at work. It is persuade myself that God

perfect. sadness; their virtues How long, 0 LORD? Will you I Christian pagan conscience at belong, they cannot besure times and under all then that it takes real love to really doesn't care.I .

Xo creature, until he returns brought them joy and ultimately utterly forget me? How long all-adultery was wrong be- that they also are not likelyto circumstances, to seek to do<, say, "Thy will be done!" must have a very sharp

perfect happiness.On will you hide your face from the make some strange judg- God's will. Unless we abandon This does not mean, certainly. eye for my own deviousness. I
struck at -
finally to his Creator, 'cause it family,
the other hand me? How long shall I harbor logical thinking that God wants us to wallowin be in the
we can but fornication was simply a ments as to what is right and must expert spotting
is ini peccable.Our in soul
find consolation in my grief my heart cannot misfortune though it which self
legitimate matter of individual taste, wrong in human conduct. we as were many guises can
fir;t parents, lavishly endowed the fact that the saints some- day after day? .I having no moral significance Other men have been conditioned dispute this desirable for its own sake. assume.

though they were with times fell. But he is not really disI;whatever. by custom, by the moodof fact. God madeus With the intelligencewhich The sinner is especially

natural I, preternatural, and It is so easy to get discouraged couraged.His There are whole nations, or the age, by their own prejudices to love Him. : He has given us, God adept at this sort of rationaliza

supernatural favors, fell from in the struggle for prayer reveals a strong anyhow large sections in all by their own interests.No This is our es- ( expects us to prevent avoid tion.He

grace all the same. Even the holiness. And discouragementis confidence that God will never .'nations, whom it does not one can safely assume that sential duty, able calamities and to solve seldom says to himself,
in many ways, our worst abandon anyone who trusts in trouble now. As to killing- he alone is exempt from defects our primary !such problems) as can be "This is a mortal sin but I'm

angels-or seme of them, at any enemy. Him and turns to Him in his ,even if we leave war's slaughter so universal. vocation; andit solved going to do it anyway."

rate used their God-given Once-,the- -devil .convinces.- us distress. out of account-the mind, Man's conscience needs a is by an ad- Whether our efforts to pre Rather his reasoning is, "Yes,

; .. I almost reels at what men hay -vast amount of guidance and herence to r- vent or to solve are successful, I know that ordinarily and for

: in one place or another regarded ; correction. And, as we have God's will that submission to God's will remains most people this would be a

Question Box as wholly acceptable. noted more than once, man's we prove our the firm ground upon mortal sin. But my circum-

Indeed we see things that Maker is the only one sourceof love for Him. There is no other- which we stand. stances are very special. God

I seem to us utterly horrible re- the guidance needed. way. We do God's will both in Our dedication to God's will will understand and be lenient
Need Special Mass a passive and in active
Brings PrivilegeQ. an man shows itself also in an active with me. God would never
ner. We do His will passively "
way. In our choices and in our let me go to hell for this. Herewe
Why do some dioceses the lesser meals can be a serious Pope John XXIII when we accept the events of- decision-making, God's will is find tricky human natureat
have Masses Sunday violation. This third our daily lives with complete'- its worst.
evening on Questions should be addressed our ever-present standard of

while others do not? to: Question Box, point is most commonly mis- Work Now Benefits From resignation.One measurement. However, this is not to say

A. In many instances when The Florida Catholic, P.O. undei>tood. of the ways in which "This action which I contem that the hardest choice alwaysis

the Holy Father grants special Box 3551; Orlando, Florida. The combined food taken at God guides us is through the plate; will it be more pleasingto the best choice. It does not

privileges, he will state that our lesser meals should not be Acts of Previous Councils ordinary happenings", of our God if I do it, or if I omitit mean that just because a courseof

they can be used only with the more than the amount takenat lives, pleasant and un- ? If I do it, will it be more action is pleasurable, it
Sacred Host in the mouth is of: the translation of the Italian
permission of the Bishop. Suchis our principal meal. This does FOLLOWING a portion : pleaMant. All that occurs is apart pleasing to God if I do it in this therefore Is the less desirable

the case of evening Masses. before A. No.swallowing This is ? dan not have to do with what we by Pope Ji Dim XXIII to the College of of the pattern of God's way or in that?" Such is the course of action.Fortunately .

Some sections of the country gerous practice. Our a Lord very gaveus eat on a particular day at our Cardinals during an audience last month. In it the Pontiff love fop us.Nothing attitude, the mental set whichwe God's will

undoubtedly have a great need Holy Communion for our principal meal, but what we spoke of the Second Vatican (Council developments and his is trivial to God try to cultivate.In very often does coincide with

for evening Mass on Sunday. food, which includes swallow- would ordinarily eat; so that own health strain. familiar to all. For this there nothing unimportant. Each in- acquiring the state of our own.

For example, those industrialareas ing it. By keeping the Sacred if a person ordinarily eats a Yours is a noble example was no need for a council. cident is a nudge or a push as mind by which God's will be- If God wants us to do something -

that must keep their Host in our mouth and allow- great deal at his principal meal, which gives courage to all and But from the renewed, serene God tries to bring us onwardto comes our supreme norm of surely the easiest way

equipment running 24 hours a ing it to dissolve first, one is he can use that as a gauge for which will have to sustain Us and tranquil adherence to all Himself.It conduct, we have one great obstacle for Him to get us to do it, is to
his lesser meals, even though, in the months of work from is of to be to overcome. make the deed attractive to us
day and seven days a week in danger of not even receiving the teachings of the Church in easy, course,
will have ip/gvy men who can Holy Communion.Q. on any given day, he may decide January to the beginning of its entirety and preciseness, as resigned to the pleasant features This is the temptation to -to make us want to do It

attend evening Mass only. How serious is it to violate to eat less at his main September.We it still shines forth in the acts of our lives: good health, try to twist God's will to Even after a thoroughly hon

{ The; Bishops of these areas the law of fast? meal. are happy to stress the of the Council of Trent and the good job, good friends, good make it coincide with ours. est examination of our motives,

generally grant permission for A. There are three points of If a person is a little over- first special. attraction coming First Vatican Council, the times. Fallen human nature has a we often will find that God's

evening Mass on Sunday.But fasting that have to be con- indulgent at one of his lesser the fourth centenary, Christian, Catholic and apos- The real test of our attach. cunning; all It. own. will and ours still coincide,
; up
sections the meals, he can make up for it ment to God's will comes when Because I want to do a certain "What
for many of sidered. The first, deliberate in 19G3 of the concision of tolic spirit of the whole world God wants I want"When
country there is no urgent need eating of meat at one of the by cutting down on the other. the Council of Trent, from expects a leap forward towards God has to shape us by meansof thing, it is easy to convince we really have put that

for evening Mass on Sunday.In lesser meals, is a serious viola- Ordinarily, slight overeating at which the Holy Church derived doctrinal intensification and a some adversity; by ill health myself that this is what principle to work in our daily

our own Diocese we have tion of the law of fast. the lesser meals is not a serioussin. so' much benefit, even formation of consciences in perhaps, or by a failure or a God wants also. Or, because lives, we have found such peace

the privilege of evening Masson Secondly, eating between in subsequent ages. faithful and perfect conformityto disappointment, or through a doing something In God's way and security as we have ,not

some holy days, to accommodate meals is a violation on a fast Q. Why don't Catholics the authentic doctrine which disagreeable neighbor or a promises to be painful, I easily known before.
The experience of the first
the great majority of day. Its seriousness depends on have "services" on Sunday should, however, be studied .
two months of the Second Vat
men who must work. the amount of food taken. evenings? and expounded through the
Q. Should one keep the Finally, eating too much at A. They do. But it is not compulsory ican (Council) has permittedus methods of research and Washington LetterNature
that church hold Sun- with the help of God to
a of
the literary forms
streamline the proceedings of
TRANGE BUT TRUE day evening "services." Neitheris the great assembly.We modern thought everything
attendance Effects StudiedMAN
5 compulsory, being measured in the formsof Tampering
Little-Known Facts for CatholicsBy L though it is very laudable.A are now faced with a dif. modern thought every-

M. J. MURRAY CapyrljW.IMS.XW .x.w.ftcnfc* Catholic cannot fulfill his ficult task in continuing our thing being measured in the is advised to begin to i show some concern about t:]he effects of his attempts to
Sunday obligation of to work fervently and silently
forms and proportions of a nature.
H rSwVtWw. t church except by assisting at along the line with which the magisterium which is predom- An advisory committee has [;interaction of all biological short.or long-range results are

S. V0"* ly"Tt **<*>* Mass. Only at Mass is the sacrifice -Lord inspired Us when We an- inantly pastoral in character.The told President John F. Ken- 'species, among themselves and clear," the committee's study
; \ Jfeti&c.rus 1D nounced the Council namely with the inanimate
.. 1404 3SSSZ of Calvary re-enacted. Onlyat a long road of these nedy that "it would seem Unwise forces of warns.
%_ .0 VMI' f 1LD' WAbflE Mass are bread and wine general and most earnest renewal months, which will carry us to continue i to tamper 1 nature-, requires coordination
GODs ANob changed into Christ's Body and of Church life, a new Df contributions of all the
L to September 8, is before us, with environment without, con- \
Blood. Hence no "service"morning and vigorous radiation of the J sciences, natural and social"
: rich in inviting promis..s.The currently, striving to determine
noon or night-could Gospel throughout the whole "The wisdom
Pope as during the
real and lasting effects of
- AND,4WCIZN? even begin to compare .with world being spread by the period of preparation for the our actions." /vr: : ., 'environment in the totality of

c. .- ;: \ ,: CERIMOUY.CARTHUSIAM the Mass. Holy Church which makes it council and as during the .The 'committee Is'a* !'group of j its interaction with man becomes Catholic
is the 'Pauline known and explains its teach j' life wishesto ( increasingly apparent in
Q.That whole course of his 12 scientists appointed i by the
1 : NUNS OF 7r Privilege? ings. entrust himself to the good National Academy of Sciences, ,view of the rapidity of environ-

PREB.4yoAFk4Ncl st'r cc A. Two pagans are married. This new upsurge in pastoral providence of the heavenly at the President's request, to j mental change in our country.We PvblUhed every Friday

One subsequently is baptized, activities is the constant pre- Father, Who decides every- study the conservation and development live in a period of social FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Ina.

.: JtfCfJVfTUSSAMS but the other remains a pagan. occupation of Our heart, that thing for our welfare. of this country's 5 md: technological revolution, in P.O.m Box E.. 2331: GArdea S-IUt
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RX.THKOCCASION. Their marriage was not a manity. again in person Our thanks for water, non-fuel minerals, energy The effects on man himself and. Martin Entered publishers as second representative. class mall-

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Vincent Mary Pallotti .; The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 18, 1963 Page Five

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CITY (NC-Blessed Vincent :Mary Pallotti, to be canonized January .-

20, was a popular Roman Priest so charitable that he often came home barefoot after 4* t ,'4 ""' .. -: -."" ,,- (NO) The Church's

giving his shoes to someone in need. When Father Pallotti died in 1850, he left a living .o'; ," ', .'.. ",. '* I Bishops coming together In the
the of the -""" ",, -..,- ;I Second Vatican Council have
legacy- Society (
.. .
the wishes of the
pendent on "''' -"" _""f "
Catholic Apostolate which he ,.. realized in the fullness of their
Holy See. ..JtI. ...,....,..,,. "" assembly "the solidarity andworld
founded in 1835. Pope Gregory>> XVI approved ..,." '. ,",,, the
Today, the society, generally ra responsibility
the society with a N
.. "." _-, episcopate," according to a lead-
known as the Pallottine Fathers ;:., "thousand blessings' on July
has spread throughout .i d'r ing French theologian.
11, 183:).
the world and numbers more Laymen were enabled to take Father Yves Congar O.P., has
than 2200 members. part in the society's apostolate M w said that through the council:

The new Saint's canonizationwas through the formation of the "The episcopate found itself.

approved at the same November :: ,f: t : : :' society's Jhird order which It saw itself. It became awareof
consistory as the three ">,'coo. ... }. '< < St itself."
/ .'" ..". now has 'more than 200,000 :
Saints canonized December 9. >, rfC >I <. <:., members.In The Priest, who served bothas
But Blessed Vincent's canon '' ::' d'i, -';; t.c, his personal life the new I a consultor to the council's

izatlon was put off to a later \ Saint practiced many forms of I preparatory theological com

date because it was believed : ;( physical penances. In his mission and as a council ex-

,I that the crowd of Romans ; rooms, which are still preservedin I pert, said that this is an "ir-

wanting to see one of their own Rome, can be seen a numberof reversible" thing in the life of
I raised to the altar would y which he used to KENNY OFFICIALS CONFER WITH EDUCATORS FROM BOSTON COLLEGE the Church and has "incalcul

I swamp the December 9 cere ..-.... .. ... mortify scourges his flesh. He had a Father Charles F. Donovan S.J., (seated) dean of the evaluate the high schools in the Diocese. They are pic- able importance."

1 monies. HI.'Ioceot Pallotti great devotion to Christ's Pas- school of education and academic vice-president of Bos- tured at Bishop Kenny High School in Jacksonville. From Father Congar, writing on

Canonized December 9 were:, with Rome's tradesmen who sion and collected a number of ton College, joins with Dr. John Walsh, survey coord- left, Father John McCall, Kenny's vice-president; Dr. the council in the fortnightly

Blessed Sacrament Fathers earned barely enough to live paintings which stressed the inator, in explaining the work that will take place duringthe Walsh; Sister Thomas Joseph S.S.J. principal at Kenny; review "Informations Cathol-

founder St. Peter Julian Ey. on and worked under poor con agony of the Cross. next three months as the educators from the college Father Mortimer Danaher, Kenny's president. iques Internationales" recently
marl; Servite Father St. An ditions. He helped the men toorganize He slept only about four said that what the council Fathers
thony Pucci; and Capuchir l hours a night, sometimes on a have already achievedwas
and set tradesmen'sorganizatIons.
Brother, St. Francis Mary up Law Dean Sees Federal Aid to Public Latins Urged To
Croese. He started their meager bed, but often on the the feeling of being one

meetings with a short religious floor. Frequently he would return body. ,
Hold I ElectionsIn
Blessed Vincent was born ii L home late at night bare- of
service and then discussed lie called It the "spirit
Rome on April 21, 1795-th and
son of a prosperous grocer shoes to someone who needed ,
a devout Catholic mother. Ever l L their problems. them. CARACAS: (XC) Jose Cardi. close harmony with that off

in his early childhood, h e< Through:: retreats and short Blessed Vincent organized CHICAGO (NC-A Cat:holic law school dean, Fathi T' Robert F. Drinan S.J., of nal Quintero, Archbishop oj r Pope John XXIII. I iL
showed extreme holiness. Hi;i talks on the importance of schools for shoemakers tailors, Caracas, has urged Venezuelar: He continued: i
theirork, he instilled Inth..m Boston College has argued he re: that the constitution's ban on an established religionular .
practice of penance was so se coachmen, carpenters and gar- would be violated by federal political parties to wage theii ''''hls is a spirit of freedom
vere that his parents werE'afraid greater pride in their deners to give them a broader aid to schools welfare legislation may not be subjects if religious valuesare campaigns for the 19G3!: presi. and liberty, free of all servility

he was going too far. work. education. He set up an institute public only. granted or denied to citizens commingled in the instruc- dential and congressional elections and of all consideration of personal

I However, they were reassure*d I I He also persuaded shop own. to teach farmers how to He stressed that the public 1 because of their religious faithor tion, the state Is equally disabled in a spirit of peace am l I interest. It is a spirit of

when their parish Priest tol them that he saw exceptiona I I lIe started classes for the religion amounts to "an official in secular subjects where
During the cholera epidemic 2. If the state, in the pursuitof Cardinal Quintero said in overlording attitude and expectation
spiritual qualities in their boy'. workers' children and set up a which ravaged Rome in 1837, establishment" of secular a legitimate public purpose, the orientation of the instruction his New Year's incline: of privilege It is an

At the age of 16, Vincent boarding house for orphan girls Father Pallotti and his newly values. selects means to achieve this is, by silence or by implication "If peace is the most price_ evangelic and apostolic spirit,

decided to become a diocesan who worked in shops and fac formed society turned their at- Hence, Father Drinan con- purpose which have an inci permeated with a secular- less good at all times, it i:; a spirit of respect and love for

Priest. tories. For children who had to tention to the many sick and cluded, "the granting of funds dental effect of assisting reli istic outlook. above all necessary in 196::3 people, and anxious to upholds

He was ordained on May 1 Ec: work, he organized night dying. Heedless of their own only to the public school is a gion, such means are not there- "Those who argue against when the new civil authoritie: their liberty and their dignity.It .

1818, at the age of 23. He ol. schools. danger, members of the society violation of the establishment by unconstitutional. federal aid for Catholic schools are to be elected. is even a spirit of openheartedness -

fered his first :Mass in the GeS1church 1 By 1834, Father Vincent hadf nursed the sick and opened clause (of the constitution) be "3. No sectarian teaching or because there exists in these "Electoral contests are no t toward others, relieved -

in Frascatl outside o attracted to himself a numberJ soup kitchens to feed the hun cause such a policy endorses religious practice may be con- schools some permeation of incompatible with peace an
Rome. On July 25 of the sam e Priests and laymen who I gry. Father Pallotti risked his and prefers one educationaland stitutionally permitted on the secular subjects with sacred order if they are waged will 1 or clerical triumph. It is,

year, he became a doctor o f admired his pastoral concern life repeatedly that year to philosophical orthodoxyover premises of a supported values must he prepared to accept the inspiration of true patriotism moreover, an intense attentiveness -

t theology and started to teat h and wanted to imitate him in i bring Communion to the dying.: all others." school even if student and the major premise of their on a note of decency, loftiness ,. to what God, Who speaks

theology in a Rome seminary'. his service to the poor, the sickS In 1838, he opened an asylum "This is the very essence of teacher participation is on a argument-the assumption that and dignity. through these happenings, is

The young Priest showed signof and the unfortunate. He lookedg : for the needy sick and in 1813 the Catholic case" for federal truly voluntary basis." the orientation of secular humanism "We hold the highest opinioiof 1 asking of His Church today ,."

becoming an outstandin: beyond the needs of Rome and I he founded the first convent of aid to nonpublic schools, he Referring to the group of is the only type of educational our political leaders and fo r .

t theologian.But saw that what was needed waso the Pallottine Sisters. said in a recent address at a rulings in which; the court in orthodoxy"which the this reason we trust that the; 1 1a

after teaching for 1 a permanent institution, com.. Among his pastoral innova symposium on Church-state 1961 upheld the constitutionality State can subsidize. will try to carry out th Ye, SUBSCRIBE

years, he resigned to devot e posed of Priests as well as lay. tions was the establishment of problems sponsored by the of the Sunday sales laws Father Drinan ]pointed out elections in an atmosphere o,f

himself to parish work. men of every profession andr an eight-day campaign off University of Chicago law of a number of states, Father that in recent decisions the order and peace, as befits ; NOW !

Father Pallotti was a familia trade, to carry on the work ol prayer for the reunion of school. Drinan said: supreme court has indicated civilized people."

figure in the streets of Romat e the Catholic apostolate.d Eastern Christians. This consisted The Priest-educator empha- that it considers' the establishment *
"These decisions made it
all hours of the day am The following year, he rei of the celebration ol sized the"quasi-public" natureof of religion clause a
clear that the requirementof JACKSONVILLE
night. He spent long hours i ii r ceived permission to form the Mass in a different Kite each nonpublic schools but noted very between Church source of rights independently

the confessional, long hours 1 ii]n r Society of the, Catholic Apostolate -.. day of the octave of the that this fact has yet to be and separation state does not mean that of the freedom of religion
hospitals and at sickbeds, comforting I. which he entrusted tc I Epiphany. The octave was suppressed specifically spelled out in UnV! clause of the first amend. CALL
the state, in carrying 0 uta
the ill and hearing tlv e the patronage of Our Lady, in March, 1955, but the ted States public policy or ft ent.' .;
confessions of the dying. Queen of the Apostles, and L custom is still observed irRome's court decisions.He legitimate secular purpose, Following up this line of RiverviewElectronics
must do so in a which
Father Pallotti also workei d which he made completely dRABoo'nsI e Sant'Andrea della Valle pointed out that some gives no aid to religion.way thought, he said, advocates of
church. federal aid to Catholic schoolscan
six million students-about He said advocates of federal
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CltXRCOXI. B1iLtDI his death. In 1887 he was declared neglecting in a serious mannera "The denial of public fundsto
I education in Catholic schools- -
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that secular sub-
namely, even
STEAKSFoot t uary 22, 1950{ -one hundre jects are so "permeated" with
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EL 4,III'HARDEN death-he was beatified D:Y with regard to religion and education public funds cannot be phere apart from any officially
Pope Pius XII. fixed indoctrination has been I Groups
which he said have
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His cause was reopened ii 1 i emerged from recent U.S. su- said this argument "must compromised: ," h e declared, l\\ Plastic Laminating

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I with heart of St. Vincent Pallotti has to education and to METHOD
infection acute con:l- pressly deny the existence oi
plications.The special meaning for three pere life which that institutionhad
such constitutional re
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GEORGE second miracle was th quirement. adopted.
1 healing of Angelo Balzarani c If I They are related to the new Father Drinan argued that "American society and American $49.00 Average Home

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.J' -. -. ><. .<".k: I Mass Guide I New College for Women Has

W Horrors Faith ;
Strengthen Of r'a

SUNDAY, January 20 Scholarships AvailableBOCA

Japanese in Quest of True Peace 2nd( Sunday of Sunday after Epiphany.Mass Gloria,. RATON-Marymount College here has initiatedan

Creed, Preface of TrinityX.MONDAY honor scholarship program for qualified high school _
The author of the following fruturf .: glad I came now to this head made me free, despite the solemn ::::: Qi students that will be put into effect when the institution

l. a rnntrrt and tarmrr attlrr, quarters of the "foreign re declarations of the scientists January 21 begrins classes for the first .
, of the Jaiiinr| "r Imperial army wh ligion." trance requirements of the college
I. now .rn tns with hi. wlfr M. a lay in a Japan that was almost St. \gnt.'s.lass: of feast, time in September.Announcement -
mUhionary at ih. TakmU (Catholt Good grief! Something walked wholly godless in its leaders Gloria, Common Preface). and submit the following
niUnlon In JaiMii. Mr rrlatm how towards me like a ghoul out ofa and scholars.I of pro material to its scholarship committee -
hl faith w.. horn In stark Ion*- TUESDAY, January 22 gram was made by Mothei'
Horn an he knelt before thf erf childhood ghost story, all found a job with the : iN_ : transcript of high
: Anastasia.
Sts. Vincent and Gerard R. S. H. M., academic
shrouded in black. I retained
mated rrnialn of hi xrantlfathen Mainichi newspaper in Osaka : school credits including rank
nurtured In the haioe of (Mass of :Martyrs, Gloria, dean of Florida'sfirst :
waMB just enough to .- Marymount, ;!
1 he crawled through frozen terrali and set out to become a re 4 II_ and I.Q; scores on the scholastic -
Common Preface).
Catholic liberal]l
ask where the catechism class two-year
under enemy irnnflrr.By porter. .Life was good. Then aptitude test of the college
was being held. A light snappedon came the shock of February : WEDNESDAY, January 23 arts college for women. entrance examination board;

Augustine Aoyanagi and I gazed unsteadily at a 26, 1936. Out of the blue (as a St. Ilajmond of Pennafort. "Our purpose is to award,and the scholarship applicationand

. NCWC News Service nun. This Catholic church wasa far as most of us were con (Mass! of a Confessor not a financial aid to those students contract forms which may

I scary place! cerned) young army zealots Bishop, Gloria, 2nd prajer& of whose high school record gives be obtained from the college

IT took the war in China to Father Furuya was the cat- assassinated a group of politicians St. Emerentiana, Common evidence of leadership, scholar- after forwarding the first three

me realize the power echism teacher. There was who opposed their war Fr Preface). ship, character and service, items.As.

I of Catholicity in a man's life. something in him that appealedto theories.. '/ THURSDAY,.January 24 and who, without this assistance .

At 28 I was in the 116th me immediately. One sensedan Though""people in the street"did St. TimothjMa( <* of a would be unable to attend < at most major colleges,

d regiment of the 13th division optimism, a warmth of soul. not realize it at first the Martyr-Bishop I Gloria, Common the college," Mother recipients M a r y m olin t

14 Army on that February 11,, I studied in earnest. And a army was in control of Japan Preface). Gerard said. honor cholar.-hIJt earn financial

1940. That day things had month later, just to be from the day of that bloodbath.On aid through performing -
FRIDAY, January 25 "The fulfillment of our plansin in the
thorough services
been I enrolled in the July 7, 1936, the China : stipulated
tough, leaving us exhausted Methodist mission school. For Conversion of St. Iaul.Iass: this respect will help reduce college library, offices or
War began. I knew as little of
in body and spirit. half a year I studied catechism the motives and machinationsof of feast, Gloria, 2nd prayer the large number of gifted book store for a certain number .

With nightfall came a terse with Father Furuya every this as of the coup. But in -under one conclusion young ladies who yearly must of hour each week.
( order from the regimental St. Peter, Preface of .Apostle -
Thursday attended give be-
college aspirations
Sunday January of 1938 I was told to up Further information concerning

j commander: Mass and spent Sunday evening report to Sendai for training *). cause of the lack of necessary the scholarship program
r' .... army. . f
"Captain Aoyanagi take at the Methodist service funds." obtained writing to
-me lu montns' irammi; SATURDAY: January 26 may be by
two NCO's and two soldiers and Bible class. was a shock. Being abused I, CONVERTS OF MISSIONS St. Polycarp. (Mass of a Scholarships are availablein the scholarship committee i ,

and infiltrate into the enemy By summer, I decided I had lashed with a sergeant's belt, :Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Aoyanagi, a Japanese journ- Martj.r-IJishop, Gloria, Common the amount of full or Marymount College, Post Office
lines. Find out their numbersand given Protestantism a fair trial : Box 370-S( Boca Raton, Florida.
face-slapped, riflebuttedkicked Preface). partial) tuition.
alist and his wife, shown praying the rosary in their
locate their gun em- and left. No doubt there was were considered part 0:f SUNDAY, January 27 Marymount's scholastic program
much good in that church home at Osaka, have offered to devote their lives to The college's annual tuitionfor
placements. our training. is aimed to serve the
' after Epiphany.
3rd Sunday
the Church catechists in the non-resident students is
as Takada Catholic :Mission -
The Chinese were up in the which I failed to see because of Another shock was to come (:Mass of Sunday, Gloria, needs of students who wish to
Takada City Japan. $1000 per year. General fees
mountains, less than a mile my immaturity. into a place openly hostile toChristianity Creed, Preface of Trinity). take a two-year liberal arts
for resident students. including
away. During the day we had Father Furuya taught me the "unJapa- program with the expectationof
a 1 -- a U
advanced but lost over half our catechism for six wonderful nese re1i ion." Among IfiOO tuition, room, board and activities transfering to a four-year

men. We were now reducedto months and then was sent to soldiers I was the only Christian Largest Producer ot Rosaries Is total $2200.In college; those who wish to complete

about 200. How strong was France, to my great regret. Under as far as I knew. order to qualify for the a two-year college course

the enemy? I had to find out another Priest I finishedthe At no time during the train Title Claimed by Loreto FactoryBy honor scholarships the students of pre-professional or technical

So we crawled out into the course. But I did not ask ing course was I able to attend; also must rank in the upper training; or students whose

darkness of that bitter wintry for baptism.I Mass. But sometimes there third of their class, attain satisfactory plans are uncertain but who

night like hunted animals. now believed Catholicismto were free hours on a Sunday; James C. O'Xeill scores on the scholastic have the ability and desire to

j I feared death that night as be true BUT the brash afternoon when I slipped off, LORETO (NC-The clang of stamping presses, the click of stringing machines aptitude test and submit recommendations -complete two years of college

I I had never before. During the youth did not fancy a life spent ,I cut through back streets and l and the whirling screech of steel cutting steel characterize the pious and prosperous I from their principals work.

day, soldiers had died all under Catholicism's stern ,?ntered the church. If the Ger- factory of "Ditta Nicola Brancondi," which claims the title of the world's largest pro-I testifying to their merit.In The scholastic program leadsto

I around me but I was too busy, morals and discipline! I ceased }man Priest was at home I uucer..]----- 01- -rosanes.:--_!_:- addition, scholarship can- the degree of Associate of
into making rosaries and take plastic with a flick of the hand.
too keyed up to be affected. attending Mass regularly.We 1.would take off my bayonet ando Chances are that if you have.I didates must fulfill all en Arts, or Associate of Science.
them home to string them to Fanini has entered the plastic
Now, exhausted, cold, crawling moved to another house j? into the confessional to receive a rosary brought to you from l
towards a trap, fear coursed and I called to give the local ( the sacrament of peace.I Italy, it was made in this quiet gether. field vigorously and is also.
By no means, however does responsible for the "glowinthedark"
[ ,
wildly through me. church a look over. I had to left the training unit as a shrine city not far from Venice'
Fanini limit himself to hand variety of rosary. ORLANDO WINTER PARK
admit that the -
' The joy, the peace of Easter young French <;ergeant. Military trainingver on the Adriatic. And even if
Priest and his work. On the second floor of Despite the jump in the factory's -
19.-JI: 'in Tarn at semi church middle-aged t) I returned home to your rosary was bought in
the factory there is a locked plastic production, it
,,.4 were so far a\uiy. It was a .Japanese catechist were an ()saka, feeling like a released America, it is quite possible it
room to which only a few still also turns out millions of
idmirable peo-
Joy that had begun in the : pair. I)risoner. But not for long! On was made in Loreto, since the< "THE RAMBLES"A
_____ pie have access. more expensive and beautiful
.staik loneliness surrounding I was in a qiiamlaiy. The .."no T factory supplies GO per cent of
August !j, I'jjy, i received a PLEASANT HOME FOR ELDERLY FOLKS
Behind the locks are CO specially rosaries. The bulk of the glass
1 the death of my grandfather. sou lul 11('!o-!: of its teaching, letter ordering me north, and all rosaries imported i nth e COMFORTABLE ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS
designed machines that and crystal beads used in the
I To me, 15 years old, it had the quality of its believers, three days later was in my second United States. Quiet Restful Environment. Reasonable Rates
better of rosaries
automatically stitch beads together grade come
been a profound shock. He attracted my heart to Catholicism. lieutenant's uniform on a The factory was founded by KATHRYN KERR CARROLL, R.N.-Owner-Mgr.
was cremated and I used to Vet its"" demands ofsacrifice train bound for the embarkation Nicola Brancondi in 1 8 6 O. in series of 10. from Czechoslovakia. 1739; ALABAMA DK., WINTER .'.\IUi. Phone :MI ..-.%

kneel sorrowing before our obedience! I fearedto port of Hiroshima.I Though it still bears the found The machines, which look i Among other machines designed -
by Brancondi engineers
Buddhist family altar, mesmer- take the plunge.We had to leave for China without er's name, the present boss is something like 01(1 fashioned

? ized by the small urn holding moved back again near seeing ;any of my family.I one of his descendents, 38yearold coffee grinders, were designed are a number which JIM BLAKE Gary's Duck Inn
exquisite tiny
can produce
' his ashes. '[Pamatscuri church. The pastorvas had a good talk with Father Luigi Fanini. The energeticand i I It 3' Brancondi engineers crucifixes and medals OFFICE SUPPLY GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE

( What is life-life that ends I, now a young Japanese Miyakada, however before I enterprising Fanini has and are guarded from per.feet F U R X I T U II E FINEST SEAFOOD AND
in detail and exIrl'ssioll. -
like this box of ashes? The only ]:riest I had known in the daysf reported to my regiment. As a transformed the factory froma knowing eyes, lest the principle .every OFFICE SUPPLIES ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE

J answer my Buddhist parents () my first fervor. As soon as: Japanese, he knew one special quiet family business into of their operation be- MI 7-2G52
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could give was a shrug, a stoic I[ could I made an appointment temptation that might come my a big-scale organization which come public. C58 GRANGE AVE.' 'r.._.
Nor is automation limitednly medal is mounted on a ma- _ _ 3974 So. Or. BI. Trail
face. 1,>vith him and.opened my heart. way at the front. turns out more than 10 million'' chine. The surface of the
. Perhaps that Catholic Church I[t was an eventful discussion. "If you're taken prisoner, rosaries and nine million to bead-stringing ma
model is scanned by an electric
had a better answer. I used to Ii : left him resolved to be "bap. that's no disgrace. But it wouldbe medals a year. chines. Brancondi has designeddies FAIRVIEW I I Complete Pest Control
little little. As the
i$ pass it often and the sign out 't ized into Christ." a disgrace if you, a Chris- The two-story, whitewalledbuilding which can turn out complete eye by eye LEWISCOBBEXTERMINATING
another section of the
moves, Cleaners
front said Father stands at the base of rosaries in one press. Laundry
: "Catechism for men, Miyakada gave me a tian, committed suicide, he
machine cuts a die, propor- CO.
Thursday nights 7 p.m." ]I>rogram of preparation, plenty said. The army still taught the the ancient stone walls above Another innovation introduced Featuring

I was 18 before I accepted <()f prayer and reading. I pre. old "harakiri" tradition.As which rises the soaring basilica by the factory is the pro. tionally smaller, reproducingevery Oriental Fabric Care Incorporated 1946

': the invitation. It was 1930 s:;ented myself before him in a parting gift Father gave which enshrines the Holy duction of small plastic rosaries single detail of the 4315; Edgewater. Dr.. Orlando Orlando 1320 Wilfred Itr.-P.O. Hot 211-3106 ZIti
model. From this die thousandsof
yet I remember that Thursday I loly Week, 1934, for' a short me a beautiful medal of Our House of Loreto, believed to -five to a sheet-which can be
medals be .
I night as if it were last Fanini tells of his factory,
14k. Items
nl ht. I notives. Nazareth. WALTER MENGES Religious
: all through the war. That
its development and its innovations -
1 It was January and very cold I don't remember his questions medal was to lose its gilt in Notwithstanding the an. Delegate in Korea Clothier To MenThe Sterling Rosaries
he refers proudly to its
I and dark as I stepped into the hut I do remember thatI the hard years ahead but it tique setting, the Brancondi SEOUl. XC Finest In :Men's Wear Next to Puhliv
( ) Archbishop "American style. When he 2300 Edgeuater Drhe,
grounds of Tamatscuri churchin resolved to become a 100 never lost its beauty as far as factory is a thoroughly modern Antonio Del Guidice, newly appointed lingers over the fine detail of 206 X. ORANGE AVELAcros

Osaka. Disaster befell me per cent Christian.On I was concerned.The and technically complicated apostolic delegate to the face of the crucified Christor > From St. James GRAY'S JEWELRY
immediately. I turned left in. Easter Sunday I was bap death of my grand. operation. Row on row
Korea, said when he arrived points out the sorrow in theMadonna's
stead of right I ended up in a 1 t ized Augustine, a Saint with father had brought me to of punch presses and stampIng here to take up his duties that eyes, his words are
garden and couldn't 1 t remendous appeal for machines turn out thousands .
see a me.I
s t u d y Christianity. Now
"the people of Korea can con warm and almost loving.
thing. I was not so sure I was knew that the Truth had death's constant closenesswas of rosaries an hour. Jersey Jug Dairy
sider me another Korean. On Perhaps Fanini and his factory -
"We employ 350 people in the
I to keep me up to the hand to meet the delegate at are best summed up in the kg. BUY TUB BEST FOR LESS

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asked His forgiveness and I vise on religious education.In : p BERG VAULT Co.
prayed for the strength to ful. a talk on the feast of the ;

fill my duty as a soldier. Thenas Epiphany in his Warsaw Cathedral 11 1 __ A11r SINCE 1946-AIR SEALED
ATTARDREAL I crawled along in the of St. John the Baptist, the

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ESTATEREALTORBUILDER that my fear of death had gone. state officials had been sending .
Several hours later we were inspectors to religion ONLY THE FINEST IS GOOD ENOUGH

complete real estate service & Laundry inching back with the informa classes in violation of Poland'slaw To Be Sure REQUEST IT

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Business With
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more noise! trying to watch the classes both

A Chinese machinegun within the churches and else
opened up and a bullet tore where, and are even demand-

FACTORY DEALER through the flesh of my left ing fines from Priests who try THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
thigh. That bullet: wound wasa to bar them."
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morning I set off for that land peace appeals Cardinal Wys CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

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330 Jubilarians ,. The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 18, 1963 Page Seven

Joe Williams .. '-:' ,.' .... .r'.h. .. .f
Rites Honor Couples Who ar a. .r

( z Amateur Athletes Run IntoPossible

Mark Golden Weddings a. 3v ae y

A Olympic Barriers
NEW YORK (NC-More: than 330 couples who will : 7e by A

mark their golden wedding anniversary during 1963 were

honored in ceremonies at St. Patrick's Cathedral here last 5, : N c JUST how will General Douglas MacArthur go about

$ the windy row between the National Col-
Sunday the
on feast dav_ ,
the Holy Family.---- n. n had returned from his 12th ; legiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Amateur

i annual, globe-girdling Christ w Athletic Union (AAU) ?
Francis Cardinal Spellman e+ gas x
mas visit to United States r x On what basis will the soldier-statesman attempt to
Archbishop of New York, pre-
sented the Jubilarians with servicemen overseas. S. decide which of the two is the better

special anniversary certificates Meantime in parishes 4 equipped, spiritually and physically, to

signed by himself and conveying throughout the New York arch- '4' 5r preside over the development and projec-
diocese 2500 additional
his personal blessings. A "5tI wf tion of our amateur competitors? If it
slated to celebrate their 25th
few days before the Cardinal were feasible to narrow the inquiry to
wedding anniversary this year .S-. 5.5.e .
f # mx S A5 nSS one single point the
fI were similarly honored. newly formed United 1

I Parish Finds Father William F. McManus, ,ri States Track and Field Federation the '

assistant director of the New center of the controversy, anyway, would

York archdiocese's Family Life seem to offer the swiftest road to clarifi-
S New SchoolDemolished .
Bureau, told the golden Jubila r v cation. This group is backed by the

rians that they were there, not NCAA. It has been characterized by the '

only to celebrate 50 years of 4.,/ '',at AAU as a puppet organization, created by the college

fidelity and service as signifi- ; 1 group in an audacious bid for control, not only in
By Father Patrick O'Connor cant as that may be, but "to me
Wi t t I Olympics, thereby stripping -
SAIGOX (XC) Vietnamese
commemorate the 50th anni- a I the AAU of its tradi- One university, for example,
president Ngo Dinh Diem has versary of a sacrament." has five active Australian im
IN PREPARATION FOR PARISH MISSION DAYTONA BEACH tional authority in all international -
soothed irate members of a As Christ takes
the bread
working class parish, mostly Monsignor Harold.F. Jordan, (left), moderator of the January 20 and conclude on January 26. The following meets.It ports.The
and wine and makes Olympic international
refugees from communist-ruled a new diocesan Union of Holy Name Societies, was in Daytona week will be devoted to the women's mission. Father seems to me General Mac-
Thing of them, so too can He committee has long taken a
northern Vietnam, whose new Beach last week to confer with the pastor and men of Harold Falser and Father Richard Scannell, membersof Arthur would want to know
"take human love and trans dim view of this practice as
schoolhouse, built without form it, giving it the scope St. Paul parish in regard to the lay apostolate. :Monsi- the New York :Mission Band of the Society of Jesus, the complete history of this well as athletic scholarshipsin

i authorization, was demolished and range of His own love," gnor William J. Mullally P.A., V.F. (right), urged his will conduct the missions. Pictured above are some of new federation. Is it a false general.

by police. Father McManus said parishioners to begin their work by participation in a the men of St. Paul's at the meeting :Monsignor Jordan front? Does "it represent a This situation eventually

When parishioners marchedto The Lord took this uniquely parish mission. The men's mission will begin on Sunday, addressed. "power grab? What advancescan may reach a point where recipients -
it achieve that are beyondthe
the district chief's office recently -human experience, that can be of same will be denied

to protest against the so often a subtle extension of competence and energy of eligibility.

demolition, police broke up the self-love and conceit and madeit Holy See Permits Missioners StillIn New Films the In AAU a Boston? Interview, Joe Track and field importers doa

demonstration and an ugly free- a sign and symbol of His disservice to our Olympic

for-all followed. own love. Reviewed\ recently and rlasulfl. McCluskey, former track star, hopes. In the big the Imports -
Cuba to Offer Five Sunday MassesOTTAWA I by the legion of Ilrcrncy.Morally now New York athletic club games
The later
1 president received "So that when you exchanged UnobjectionableFor coach, charged the NCAA ap- must represent their own
a 67-year-old parishioner, a cons,nt. He made country. Why are they here to
General Patronage from its
veteran of the local defense this not only a sign of offering Ontario-Twenty Priests of the Quebec Foreign Mission Society still in propriated a large sum begin with? For prestige reasons
30 YEARS OP FL'Fox)i TV fund to help launch the
force of the president's native each to the other, but a Cuba offer 100 Masses each Sunday. The Holy See last year gave each of the Canadian federation. to make the college and

I statewent! sign I of His offering Himselfto missionaries in Cuba permission to say five Masses each Sunday to help meet the shortage Morally Unobjectionablefor This act is relevant to the In- the coach look goo .

signed by leaders of the you."In of Priests in that AdultsM.11l1lLG1 Of course, track and field
parish organization. President rectuveu a request rom the of me n.HOlY Heart of Diary andSisters : : OP quiry. What was the motivation what
some ineffable way the country. FIGAROFr. coaches:: are merely doing
Diem promised a sympathetic ebb and flow of human love Castro government to send of Our Lady of Good ( .)I ? Is this consistent with their big brothers, the football
Originally there were 42 more Canadian missionaries.A Counsel. NCAA policy? In politics
They are reported
study of the document.The now marked the tide of God's Separate Classification coaches (also NCAA members),
parishioners, who live Quebec Foreign Mission Society report to this effect has doing an invaluable work in this sort of thing is done to hust
love in your hearts, Father .KCLII'SK (It.)1 I have done for years .
In a congested area, had subscribed McManus said. Priests serving in Cuba. been published by the "Cana humanitarian fields.It (A hrparatc clarification. li win friends and influence peo- ling talent, using free-ride

money and donated "From that day" he con. Seven Canadians were among dian Press," secular news is reported there are only given to rrtaln fllnn. which, whit
labor to build the simple one tinued, "every act of consideration Priests expelled from Cuba last 125 Priests in all of Cuba todayto :not morally, uffrnftlir in thrill, Conducted along these lines
agency. Even if the report aelsra require raution and "ominaljfcN B track and fieldI
story schoolhouse.But of sacrifice, of desire that year and sent to Spain. On meet the needs of the and explanation a* A pro the AAU, fumbling and bumb-
rep I coaches who almost' to a man
they built it on ground deepened and refined your resentation of the Canadian should prove to be correct 6,500,000 inhabitants most of wrong tertian t: to Interpretation the uninformed and attains fat....!> have pledged support to the ling as it is, may come out of

1 belonging to a Frenchman, human love drew you closer to government, the Castro there is the possibility that no u horn are Catholics onrl.u.lon.). the inquiry looking so knightly

who reportedly left Vietnam gov- more Canadian Priests shall be __ ______________.__u. .._._..m..N_ .\.\. wearers'severest
God and whatever in life- the badge
; .., even
your ernment said a mistake had ij' .
= ".*. ,. .< a-L. : But why would the NCAA,
nine years ago but over whicha time bound you closer to God been made and the seven Ca- available as those who servedin ;;;;.::: critics won't be ableto
I in its own right want
. Vietnamese custodian claims Cuba and familiar with powerful
bound you closer to each recognize them.
i nadians were asked to returnat ,' : through others? Pos
i; rights. Furthermore, they built other." the expense of the Castro the Spanish language are now &u't"l"W >, ',....! to operate because its bylaws are
without official in missions in Honduras the sibly
an permit. Following the presentation of government.Five .
The custodian filed a complaint the certificates the couples Argentine and Chile. i Tuition Report On
did return. One of the i 1 If the track and field
with the authorities. were led in the renewal of the The Canadian Priests in dt1 !
other two in the meantime had coaches, whether under NCAA School Groups In
Police then came and tore marriage vows. Cuba are permitted to say Massin
been appointed a superior of dictation or not, are to call
down the building. At the ceremony in additionto church, answer emergency Venezuela Given
another mission and the other, the plays in the future isn'tit
I People coming home from Cardinal Spellman were sick calls and do a certain
still a student, was continuinghis incumbent on General Mac-
work that evening learned what Bishop John W. Comber M.M., amount of office "paper work" CARACAS (XC) -The Ven-
studies elsewhere. Arthur to examine their credentials -
had happened. Later a small Maryknoll superior general, such as issuing birth and mar- ezuelan Catholic secretariat for

crowd of them marched, headed auxiliary Bishop Joseph M. Father Gilles Ouellett, superior riage certificates. ? for education has released figures

by papal and Vietnamese flags, Pernicone and auxiliary Bishop general of the Quebec They are not permitted ,>|to I Who is responsible athletes so. showing that 43 per cent of
imported presently
to protest to the district chief William R Arnold, both of Foreign Mission Society, is pupils attending Catholic grade
teach in i schools.In competing on U.S. college -
and demand the return of their New York on a visit to mission areas in .a ti ; lry *I schools pay no tuition.It .
the AAU is
? Since
tin roofing. view of existing condi- also noted that educationis
Latin Ameiica.: tions, the sending of more Ca- in no position to grant scholarships .
Any unauthorized street demonstration Journalist DiesAMSTERDAM given free to 21 per cent of
He was in Cuba from December nadian Priests might deprive ( t1ytMe I I I it has to be the colleges Catholic high school students.
is bound to arouse (NC) Jan .
19 to January 7, then other needy mission areas of ,. ? } r'VIII : specifically, their coaches. The figures were released,
alarm in the circum-
present Derks, 50,who was editor of the
stances here. Police reportedlyfired national Catholic daily "DeTijd" went on to Mexico with visitsto help where the Priests are en- 1>, 1k.e ,its,, .. ,&t t Yl.M the secretariat said, to answerpress
Honduras and Chile to fol- gaged in more extensive work, ; Diamond JubileeLINCOLN reports that stated it
over the heads 0 f the i from 1947 to 1952, died
low. He will be away for sev- it is felt. that there
crowd, then allegedly swung: recently in a traffic accident (NC) Bishop was
carbines to disperse the people. here. The prominent Catholic eral months.In In addition to the Priests of I !I James V. Casey of Lincoln has were Some free schools" under .

The parishioners quieted down i journalist, novelist and drama- his absence no word was the Quebec Foreign Mission proclaimed 1963 as the diamond Church direction.

after the parish Priest ad- tist, author of 8 novels and 12 available from the Quebec For- Society in Cuba there are some .. jubilee year to mark 75 yearsof "Private Catholic schools In
20 Canadian Sisters of three '.... Venezuela the secretariat de-
dressed them over a loud- plays, is survived by his wife eign Mission "Society mother- growth for the diocese of ,
communities serving there .- j<< clared "will become entirelyfree
Lincoln. The climactic eventof
speaker. and six children. house
at Montreal a s t 0 Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate 4. :. according to the wishesof
________ the year Is scheduled for ,
whether Father Ouellett hadegion Conception, Servants .t''t October 6 when Joseph Cardi- the Bishops, when the state

l ORLANDONOW I .1 nal Ritter, Archbishop of St. gives them an equitable share
I 'Hi
I (0\stLT: THIS LIST before : Louis, will officiate at the ded- of its educational budget."
of Decency going to the theatre. Films
rated morally unobjectionableare .. ; .e """ """-I..D. "aMASS ication of a Catholic centernear The secretariat reported that

published In the second IN 3IIAMI FOR FREED CUBANSof here which includes the of 172 Catholic schools enrolling

AT GEORGE STUART'S Rates New MovieS issue of(January each month.17. 1963) Preceded, above, by Mon- the Mass of Thanksgiving.Also motherhouse of the Marian 52,952 students at the elemen-

I Morally Objectionable in Part for All signer Bryan Walsh (right) marked was the second Sisters, the Good Counsel Re- tary level and 12,158 at the high

Angel Baby DJ and Monsignor Thomas 0'- annual rededication of the treat House and the Child Care school level, 17,248 and 2,078

Back Street FH Night of Evil JKMU: Carroll of Miami marches in of Cobre, patroness' of Cuba. tion. ing educateoiree of charge.
Cabinet of Call ar1 JK No Exit JMU
f INCOMETAX Chapman Report HU No Love for Johnny SJ protchfeion to the altar for

Confessions of an One Way :Street SZ the Mass he celebrated on
Opium Eater JW Payroll RU
Cry for Happy JMU Passion of Slow Fire JT January 6 at the request ofliami' ORLANDO WINTER PARKS

Devil's Eye HM Peeping Tom JKS ) Cuban colony.
Diamond Head HU Prime Time JKTPriate
Doctor In Love JK Lives Thanksgiving' offered at

S Dr. No JKL of Adam and Eve JKM Hialeah Park for the returnof
SAVERS Drag Strip Girl JKS Purple Noon J
I Cuban Brigade 2506; from
Entertainer J Right Approach JKU
Explosive Generation SZ Sabrina F the prisons of Castro's Cuba. S
i 9fladilnV Fiend Who Walked West SV Screaming Mlml KLMUW The men were ransomed by
} Firebrand The UV Shoot the Piano Player
Five Minute to Live V HJTU Americans after their attemptto

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Girl Named Tamlko 0 Splendor In the Grass STU were prisoners of war for '
Gone With the Wind JTU Summerskin H "'Y..' "'> ,"'-. .
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For Deductible Business Expenses Goodbye Again HR. Tall Story JM t
the freed were t ti
Guns of the Black Witch JV Tartars JKL prisoners
Gypsy HU Telltale Heart JV among the more than 20,000 :)
I Happy; Anniversary That Touch of :Mink FST it
exiles who filled the Hialeahgrandstand
FOR YOUR RECORD Head. The JIBS Too Late Blues JMU t 30 w
Th* Book HAS a dated pago for Hell to Eternity JKL Tomorrow is Turn TU on the occasion .I.. l
Here Come the Girls JK my; ....
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for Monthly Total and other Fright -
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I It Happened in Athens JK Another Town HU Convention Theme or after the game or for a tasty snack anytime it's always

II Jailhouse Rock U Untamed Vampire and Youth the. JKL BUFFALO (XC) -Members a pleasure to dine here. Our hamburgers-our shakes--our French fries-

i Jessica Joker. The DH DIM Ballerina KL of the Catholic Art Association you never had 'em so good. Come in today for the tastiest food in town

Journey; to the Very Private Affair JK will turn their attention to non- at prices that please!
Seventh Planet K Waltz of theToreadors
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I King,and Four Queens JKLU War Lover. The U in Santa Fe from
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,l. And God Created Woman Never on Sunday TU em culture in Jerusalem; Father
GHTUWY Odd Obsession T ONE NEAt( YOU t !"
FOR YOUR PROOF Paul Crane S.J., of Claver .
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Key to Symbols of confluence of Moslem, Jew
i CHICK WITHGfeORGE OFFENDS against (D) religion. PRESENTS (S) unsuitable ma- ish and Christian cultures. The PARK, FLORIDA
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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 18, 1963 i :r: ; + ::: : 1 Cardinal Says I

S. N '. Council has Shown

Missionary Priest Expelled From j Glory of Liturgy

Sudan Predicts Further Friction :MUNICH (XC)-The Second

Vatican Council has shown that

GLEN OAKS, New York (NC-An American missionary Priest just expelled from the "glory of the liturgy" lies

the Sudan said here that there "will definitely be a showdown" between the :Moslem-led :' in its serving people accordingto

__ h Julius Cardinal Doepfner,
ana me Negro
government olic missionaries and 10 Prot- as "a diabolical plan" by which Archbishop of Munich and
minority in the southern j.
estant missionariesincludingfive the government hopes to get Freising.
Sudan."I .
Americans with families- rid of Christianity without in- 4
Cardinal Doepfner, speakingat
don't know
how it
soon :
had been expelled from the curring unfavorable publicity.He In
Christmas Mass
will I its morning
come, nor can predict
Sudan. said the idea behind the
success," said Father Lawrence his here
"More will follow," Father act was that if the Moslem re- it has
Endrezzi F.S.CJ., "but I Church knows responsibilities
am Endrezzi emphasized. "I knowof ligion would take hold in the
certain that it will L in the present era.
come. at least four more from my south, the political advantage a
Father Endrezzi, a veteran of r. J The Church Itself feels tblu.es..ing
vicariate who have received would be great. The under
nine-and-a-half years' service in \ need to !show< thattilt'
that they
word must leave. developed south is largely
the southern Sudan, was interviewed Of the 600,000 Christians in Negro and pagan, but has beena J Word of God is rooted

at his family's Long the southern Sudan, than fruitful for Christian !
more area and thing in her very center,
Island home. He said there was
i 350,000 are Catholic, and of missionaries. The Arabic and : '.t he Slid.
nothing dramatic about his
from the Sudan. expulsion -these, 200,000( are in the Juba Moslem north is richer in agriculture I He added that the Word must

vicariate.Father. and industry, and the J be preached emphatically by
"We had been told that we government is anxious to unify 1
Endrezzi blamed catechism and
liturgy, sermon,
had six weeks to leave the the under the banner .. I
the expulsion order on the country __ ,"' -. 'w personal exhortation.The .
,country because the 1
purposesof of Islam.
our coming to the Sudan no influence or11 Baldo, a DAYTONA BEACH BOARD FOR NEW CHARITIES'' AGENCY Cardinal paid this tributeto
Father Endrezzi said there
longer existed," he said. former governor of Eqnatoria are two things that make thegovernment's Monsignor William J. Mullally: P.A., V.F., pastor Of sonville. Pictured,from left, are Mrs.: McGarrity, M.S.W., Pope John XXI 1 1:
in the southern
He was among the first contingent task more diffi- St. Paul parish, congratulated volunteer board members A.C.S.W.; Miss Reilly, M.S.W., A.C.S.W.; Monsignor "We cannot thank the Lord
Sudan and in
of 15 Catholic missionaries the largely now Moslem a governor and cult. The first is the bitter who will assist the Catholic Charities Bureau newly :Mullally, :Mrs. Edmond F. :McKeown, Mrs. Lloyd A. enough that at a time when the

from the Juba Arabic north. memory of the slave trade. opened for Daytona Beach with :Mrs. Helen :McGarrity, a Rensel; back row, Matthew F. Komatz Jr., Walter F. papacy is a stumbling block for

vicariate to be expelled as "He is the man behind all of "There are still old people long-time parishioner of his, as the executive secretary. Phelan, Frank MacDonald, John W. Callahan and Joseph so many non-Catholic Christians

part of the Sudan's move to this," Father Endrezzi said. who remember the Arab slave Bowing out of the area as a social service executive of F. Bergen. Absent when the picture was taken was Pope John in so humblea

extinguish Christianity in "When he was in the south, traders sweeping down on their the diocesan agency was Miss Kathleen Reilly of Jack- another board member, George Donellan.WorthWhile manner is demonstrating paternal

the southern part of the he had on his desk a Chinese village and taking away their stewardship_ country.At fathers and mothers," the mis- house of God ana loruiymgservice
communist that described
pamphlet Has First Of
last report, some 50 Cath- the manner in which sionary Priest declared. Pope Copy BooksThis to our brethren. This
Pope is infusing the Second
The second and
religion in that perhapsmore
was suppressed
country. He is violently anti- important barrier to the 1963 Vatican YearbookVATICAN list of Catholic books released recently was prepared by Vatican Council" with the spiritof

PROMPT DELIVERY government's ideal of a Moslem the Library of the Catholic University of Amerlra. freedom.
Christian and once told one of CITY NC-The first of the 1963 official
"' 24 HOUR our Priests, 'You know what state is the strong faithof ( copy AUGUSTINE, SAINT. polite VELAZQUEZ, ))ECO.: (New

SERVICE! Nero did to the Christians? the new Christians of the Vatican yearbook, Annuario Pontificio, has been presented i ie cal Writings. (Regnery. $1.95. York Graphic Society. $5.95)). Eastern Languages

Sinclair'HEW1NC Well, I am prepared to do even southern< Sudan :Father En 'p to Pope John XXIII Dell- aper). Selections edited withn I Critical biographical introduc- WAMI1NGTOX: (NO)-Seton

Cli 2-3793 more than that." drezzi said. On the other 'Acqua, substitute for ordinary affairs of the papal secrefnriat a introduction b y Henry tion by Xavier de Salas pre- Hall University in South Or

--- hand, he noted that the people .......'...:..... nf state: 'aolucci.' cedes 48 full-color reproductions ange has received a grant for
The Verona Priest de-
CASH5up4rFlae scribed the Sudan's missionaryact are very poor and are not The 1864-page yearbook car .Vatican PaperDenounces GAR NET T, EMMELINE, many of which are of re- the teaching of Japanese and

DISCOUNTS organized.The ries statistics as of December harles: de Foucauld. (Farrar, ligious subjects. Chinese in United States high
of May, 1962, under which
the missionaries were expelled, government confiscated 31, 19G2. It has 38 more pages I traus: & Cudahy. $2.25)). Biog- ZAWODNY, JANUSZ K., schools, it was announced here.

Christian missionary schools in than the 1962 edition becauseof rImmorality aphy in the Vision Books Death in the Forest.!< (University Dr. John B. Tsu, director of

1957 and, although religion is the increased number of I I I ieries, for children 9-15 of the of Notre Dame Press. $6.50)) the university's Institute of

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Father John B. Sheerin .. The Florida Catholic, Friday: Jan. 18, 1963 Page Nine

Dachau Atonement Ceremony Seen r -.- Papal Message Expresses

i r E fl9.Yi J $ Concern for Hungarians
"AN Appointment with for hate. Religious Jews will stalled at Dachau but the # __ _

Hate" is the title of an have none of it. Judaism considers Americans liberated the camp 2 ; i1- --

article by novelist Elie WieselIn forgiveness one of the before they were actually put VATICAN CITY (NC-The people of communist-ruled _

the December issue of leading virtues and its great into service. Nevertheless more Hungary "are constantly the subject of Our concern and _

"C 0 m m e n.. feastday, Yom Kippur, is a dayof than 10.000 persons had been thoughts," Pope John XXffl has stated in a message to the
TT..__....:__ _...._1...
tary. He tells forgiveness.But slaughtered at Dachau, IncludIng Hungarian peupie.Pope .
gives Us the opportunity of
of his visit to ft /14 Wiesel claims that the many Priests, and when John gave his messageto saluting all the Hungarian people

last Germans feel that they are no the Americans arrived, they the Hungarian prelates returning and particularly of manifesting !.

F1d: longer at the bar of history and found 32.0QO living prisonersand to their country from Our affection and Our

I to that they tell their youth al. piles of bodies stacked high the ecumenical council, it was paternal benevolence for the

his surprise \ most nothing about Dachau and outside the crematorium). announced here by Vatican sons of the Catholic Church.

and disappoint. Auschwitz. "Even if they did, The ceremony we were witnessing Radio.

ment,. that the I the students would not be in that Saturday was a : Pope John said in his message "May the beloved Christians _
__ I --0 of that nation know that for
i Germans he terested-it is all dead and gone ceremony of atonement for the which was in Latin:
MISSIONARIES CARE FOR REFUGEES IN INDIA Us they are constantly the subject
met seemed to and they can pass their tests great national sin. About 530: "The occasion of the Second
show Refugees from Chinese communist aggression near India's northern border are of 0 u r concern and
no repentance and make their way in life p.m., some of the young people Vatican Ecumenical Council
cared for Priests and Sisters in Assam. At left Salesian Father Dal thoughts, and We recommendthem
for without knowing such things. laid wreaths at the foot of the by Bibrugarh, a ,
their crimes Zovo tries to comfort a of refugee children displaced from their home by daily to God with very
against humanity I would like to tell about my memorial.. Then from.a nearby group

\ and their vicious atrocities visit to Dachau last November10th platform ,thB! ,presIdent of the communist invaders. A Sister of Charity, (at right) attempts to get a smile from a Pope John Said To fervent prayers.

against the Jews. He returned as it relates to certain German Bavarian.-youth"'club' gaVttait:; small Indian boy as the boy's father looks on. Hundreds of refugees were temporarily "May it be God's will thatat

home resolved to hate the Ger. youths. With Father impassi9I'd'address In which housed and fed by the missionaries.Ceylon's Good Health the coming sessions of the
Be in
mans. He feels that every Jew Harry McSorley, a Paulist whois he declared that Germany must ecumenical council We may be

1] should "set apart a zone of studying Protestant theologyat never forget its sin. BOSTON (XC) -The healthof allowed to rejoice at the great

hate-healthy, virile hate-for Tubingen, and Father Tom The president of the international Christians Harassed By Pope John XXIII is still presence of other Bishops of
) that nation and that they
i what the German personifies Beddoes, another Paulist whois concentration camp committee good, Richard Cardinal Cush- may

and for what persists in the an army chaplain stationedat of Dachau delivered ing has! said, "despite the rumors bring Us reassuring news con-

1 German. To do otherwise would :Munich, I set out for Dachau a talk in much the same vein. Red-Tinged Buddhists' CoalitionB you may hear." cerning the situation of the

/ be a betrayal of the dead." -just ten miles from Munich.We Then on an open air screen a The Archbishop of Boston Catholic Church In that coun

This brings! up the old arrived at the "hell-hole" movie was shown telling the Father Patrick O'Connor cited himself as an example of try. _

question: are' the German late in the afternoon of this whole grim story all over again.It NCWC News Service how unfounded rumors about "Dwelling on this pleasant

people repentant? particular Saturday.We was a documentary that COLOJIBO-What mixture of men, motives and movements has produced the discrimination the health of prominent church- hope, to individual Hungarian
I by thp novelist's plea spared no human sensibilities be circulated. dioceses, to their clergy and to
pass were quite surprised io against Christians, especially Catholics, in this sunny island of Ceylon? The may
at the same time recording the "Don't believe the rumors the people-omens of a serene
Buddhist the of Buddhist believers
is not
most obvious element general body but
find some 400 youths making bureaucratic brutality that Immediately .... .. . that the Pope has cancer and hope of peace and perseverancein

AMHERST their way in silent processionin struck down any signof POlitICO.relIgIOus extremists.By joined hands with the especially:: religious-directed education will die and that's the end of the profession of the Faith

a cold, drizzling rain from resistance to the nazis. fraternizing with the communists Buddhists to obtain the privilege ; politicians anxious to time ecumenical council," he -We impart wholeheartedly In

the chapel Dedicated to At the beginning of this incredible and other marxists, to establish denominational -buttress their own position: said. the Lord the apostolic bless

I MONUMENT Christ's death agony to the atrocity film, a maximwas the government party has schools." these have combined to victim "Eight years ago they saidI ing."

& co. Atonement memorial. flashed on the screen and pushed many Catholics into A recently published com ize a Christian minority that had cancer and gave me eight

From the memorial, the pro- held there for some minutes so supporting the conservativeUNP. plaint of official discrimination has roots in Ceylon going back months to live-but I'm still

JNVITES YOUR INQUIRY cession moved to the cremato that the youngsters would not During the July, 1900, against Buddhists in favor of more than 400 years. here and hope to be for some

Quality Work Guaranteed forget it: "Those who do not remember -election campaign, the govern. Christians cited nothing more They exert pressure largely time."

508 So. Dale Mabry Tampa rium.Gas( chambers had been in- these past events are ment party advocated the taking recent than 1858 and 18G7. through their all Ceylon Cardinal Gushing spoke J

condemned to learn them over over of the Christian and Ceylonese Catholics resent Buddhist congress, which is not briefly at a private Mass he ''ALMSAtonord

again." I presume, from this other denominational schools, being penalized for whatevera at all the widespread organization -offered for Mrs. George S. McKenna _

S BEACH MEMORIAL tr: text, that the film was made thus pushing Catholics further non-Catholic foreign admin its name suggests.It : of Needham, Massachusetts -

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Page Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 18, 1963

p. JusficeTermedObjective

Thousands to Attend Canonization :i Of Religion Race Meeting

Of Blessed Vincent; Pallottii; ,xl\' CHICAGO (NC) -Archbishop Paul J. Hallinan of

i i! ::1 Atlanta, a vice-chairman of the National Conference on

ROME (NC-More than 8500 pilgrims from 10 nations, including the United States, ; : "*y Religion and Race which opened in Chicago on Monday,

are expected to attend the canonization of Blessed Vincent Pallotti on January 20. !! January 14, has linked racial and religious facts into one
Among the thousands attending I objective-justice. He made the point in a statement on
The body of the Saint will On January 27, Paolo Cardinal .
will be two cured
persons t.1.UC co of erence.If :: .
be placed in the church on Marella, Archpriest of 1 ___ search specialist. Too often in
through the intercession of the k the convention "can fuse
new Saint. They are Angelo January 21 after a procession the Vatican basilica, will celebrate j 04."i \L right ideals with right action the past the exposure of our

through' Rome. The followingday Mass for all seminariansof 1 racial sores have been left to
Balzarani di Roccasecca dei
the nation and humanitywill
Mass will be celebrated by Rome and later that after the scholar, the social statistician
Volsgi, instantaneously curedof li "
gain, said the Archbishop.He .
a severe carbuncular infec- Father Wilhelm Mohler, rectorof noon the Saint's body will be I stated and the publicist. While

the society of the Catholic carried in : have to
tion, and Margherita Sandler, procession throughthe they helped highlightthe
who was cured of multiple apostolate which Saint Vincent streets of "old Rome," j "This conference on religionand injustices they have lackedone

sclerosis. founded. where the Saint spent most of race is significant not only basic qualification responsibility -

About 100 of the new Saint's The traditional t rid u u m his time working to save souls. I because it links these two facts for public decision."To .

relatives will be present for which follows the canonizationof Later it will be taken back to into one objective justice. truly form the national

the ceremony in St. Peter's. a Saint, will also take placein the church of San Salvatore in I ;M et That is its most obvious value. conscience, we need not only

the church and there will Onda and, '' in But it Is important for two
placed' the-crystal
Two of them, Vincent and Mar- the theologian, but the pastor;
cellus Pallotti, will carry the be solemn Masses in the Armenian casket where it ,has been preI I other reasons which may not not only the teacher, but the

painting depicting the miraclesof and Byzantine Rites. served. be as evident. superintendent of schools; not

1 "First, it is national in scope scientists
Blessed Vincent in the procession i only political but
into the basilica. and we hope this will not be the politician."If .
Daytona Beach Joins Cities I missed in either the North or
The liturgical feast of the this conference can fuse
the South. The plague of racial
new Saint will be January ideals with action
is contained 'within right right ,
injustice not -
22 and Mill be celebrated Charities I the t
from area
Offering Regional geographical limits. It is if we can move
with special solemnity at of proclamation to that of
not issue. It is
a regional a
the church of Sant'Andreadella (Continued from Fane One) Lady of Lourdes parish, with \ national issue and a national pragmatic testing, from the

Yalle in Home. for the new agency in Daytona John W. Callahan and :Mrs.: disgrace. reading of resolutions to that

This church was frequentedby Beach: Edmond F. McKeown. t.kii tt.\ of religious and racial realism,

the Saint and still it Monsignor Mullally, St. Paul "The findings of this con
today Father Neil A. Sager, St. the nation and humanity will
is the scene of the annual parish, with Walter F. Phelan Brendan's with Frank MacDonald ference will be drawn from the gain.

octave of the Chair of Unity, and :Matthew Komatz Jr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. :' experiences of Chicago and

instituted by Blessed Pallotti. Father Irvine Nugent, Our Washington as much as from "In our social responsibilityas

Rensel. :::: -0-t Oxford and Albany. What one well as in our responsibility

Father David Page, Epiphany 1
section does reminded that
brutally by antiquated to God we are

Brevard Parishes Provide parish, Port Orange, with Joseph MONSIGNOR BARRY IN ORLANDO FOR MASS law and outdated cus- not all who say 'Lcrd, Lord:
Bergen and George Don-
I ellan. Monsignor William Barry P.A., of Miami Beach, knelt (left) in the sanctuary of tom, another does just as shall enter into the kingdom of

Board of Charities Agency Most of the members of St. Charles Church, Orlando, Tuesday of this week, to attend the anniversary :Mass brutally the by curtain private of agreementand silence. heaven, but only those who do

the Priests' diocesan boardof offered for his late brother, Bishop Patrick Barry of St. Augustine, who died in 1940. "Freedom is human the will of the Father. His will

(Continued from face One) lined the services provided by Charities attended the inauguration At the rail receiving Holy Communion are students of Bishop :Moore High School. and a moral condition.a Whenit right is justice."

listed and pictured on Page 3)). the diocesan bureau. of the board of is diminished any place,

Monsignor' Trainor thankedthe Next Monsignor Trainor pre- directors for Daytona Beach's Brother of at Mass it is reduced everywhere.This .

laymen for accepting. ; the sented Mr. Aglio to the new new Catholic agency.Among Bishop Barry lesson of history seemsto 1

imitation to work with the board and to members of the them with Monsignor be one of the most difficult -

Priests!" in the great act of diocesan Board who were pres- Trainor presiding, were FatherT. Marking Anniversary of his Death for mankind to learn.
love of God and love of fellow Iarce Prescription
ent from all over the Diocese.Mr. Leo Danaher, assistant to "Second, this conference IMiarmarjr In the SouthI

man which is Catholic Aglio in turn welcomedthe the chairman of the diocesan appreciate your patronage
Charities.He ((ontinurd from I'aite One) pacy. These were years which shalt loose, shall be loosed 'brings together-to use two Free IJ HurT IK .-.681
board and expressed his board of Catholic Charities; tire
student body of Bishop medical terms-both the
saw a young Bishop and a Do this, in remembrance of gen
noted that the board memo own enthusiasm for the significant Father W. Thomas Larkin, Father Moore High School. eral and the Huntington Bldg. MiamiFlorida's
young Diocese both grow, develop me And behold, I am with practitioner re
bers would be called upon challenges to Catholic Terence J. Farrelly, Father Father William J. O'Farrell
and become strong inGod's you all days, even to the con I- ,
many times to aid Mr. Aglio Charities in Brevard County. Martin B. Power and Father Lakeland pastor who served I Iil
and man's favor. summation of the world.
and he expressed the hope that In the beginning he said Hubert J. Reason. under Bishop Barry selected grace :
He died
on a Tuesday morningin il
the new professional social members of the board might Monsignor Trainor's remarks i charity of heart and clarity of August 1940 while the Bishop Barry by convictionand I''

work executive in charge of have unusual demands made on the true meaning of charitywere conviction as "the roots of a Church Universal prayed the vocation existed for God.

the Brevard agency would receive -upon them because of the new echoed in the talk made life nobly lived." He gave the hour of None and the Psalm Clarity and conviction, how-

100 per cent cooperation. ness of the agency. by Miss Kathleen Reilly of sermon in which he told how. ist's hymn ". "'e have gloriedin ever, can become sterile and

This cooperation, said Mon- Until the office functionsfor Jacksonville.Miss such roots "penetrated deeplythe God all our days, and we unattractive unless they are Catholic

signor Trainor, is especially a period of time, he said, Reilly, who is executive heart and soul of Patrick have praised his n a m e forever infused by charity of heart. Collegeof

important until the young office the main focus of service will Char- Barry, Priest and Bishop of the
secretary of the Catholic ." (Ps. 43, 10)) Only a Bishop knowssometimes -

gets on its feet. be on child welfare. Eventually ities Bureau in Florida's Gate- Diocese of St. Augustine." his vocation and his all too \\'ell-the need for
By conviction -
To explain something of the however extra personnel way City, thanked those who Monsignor Barry gave the charity of heart. Bishop Barrywas
Bishop Barry was a
background of services provided will come and theBureau had assisted her in the work final absolution at the Mass. a man of charity and one ,
man who existed for the thingsof
the diocesan Catholic
by will offer Brevard she supervised in the area Chaplains to Archbishop God. His whole life work known and loved in turn by all

Charities, Miss Kathleen Reilly County the whole, complete which is no longer served'now Hurley were Father Thomas was to render worship to God, who knew him. The mandate of DistinctionFor
introduced. She is the
was executive range of social services' by the office in Jacksonville. Kelly and Father Michael to seek God, to be totally immersed the Lord was his: "By this shall

secretary of the regional Mr. Aglio especially remarked Monsignor Trainor presentedto Larkin. and all men know that you are mineif
Bureau in Jacksonville longa the obvious enthusiasm Mrs. Helen Mc- Officers of the Mass with dependent upon
have love for
upon group you one an
of the God. Essentially he was the re- Young Men and Women
supervisor professional of the members of the new Garrity, a former member of Monsignor Mullally were Father other."
ligious man-the consecratedman.
services rendered in this Diocese and said it Reilly's staff. Patrick J. O'Carroll ? "
board was apparent Miss ;
of Christ which
In his hands were placed This charity I
under the aegis of Cath' deacon Father David
wanted to have ; Page;
how much they Mrs. McGarrity, said" Monsignor most precious powers, gifts, filled the heart of Bishop Barry
olic Charities. Miss outFLORIDA
Reilly subdeacon Father James Gloek-
office. He ;
their own regional Trainor, has been
rights and duties-things which purged him of any selfseekingand
himself to "be closeas ler and Father Bernard F. Ditt-
pledged as named executive secretary of will continue to the end of destroyed any preoccupation WRITEDIRECTOR
man master of ceremonies.In .
v v vv their telephones" throughthe the Daytona Beach Catholic time. "You have not chosenme he could have had with interests
his sermon, Father O'Far-
new Charities office. Charities Bureau. I have chosen you He other than those of 'V
rell said, in part: .
the board meeting
(After who hears hears Christ.In !
(The office telephone, newly you, me OF ADMISSIONS
Born in land where
in Eau Gallie, one a every
adjourned installed since the January 14 Go forth teach all nations I
of the Brevard pastors, Father man is king, and ancient is a word Charity committed
the command. Whatever thou
is 677-7864
v vv opening, on Day-
Spellman invited Mr. Aglioto the Faith, the young Father him entirely to Christ, II
tona Beach exchange). SAINT LEO COLLEGE
speak to his Cocoa Beach- Patrick Barry matured and. body and soul, mind and
It was pointed out that Mrs. Receives
Rockledge women's organization. waxed strong in an adopted
McGarrity knows the area well, heart. He thought not in
land which knew not the Faith -
v having once been child welfare Fine Benefaction terms of what he wanted; SAINT LEO FLA.
(Mr. Aglio will speak to the but loved the noble. This young
supervisor for public welfarein ,rather his Interests his ,
e at St. Mary's parish on Irishman-who loved his Mission ,
Volusia County. She also CUIJIJAXIabamaIt was
January 23 at 8 p.m., on the America so welllaboredlong wants were those of Christ
has worked in Daytona Beach announced recently by Father
function of the Bureau and and hard for almost halfa and the Church of Christ.! Presently offering first two years
Brian OSB
for diocesan Catholic Charitiesfor Egan president-of
DANDEE MOPS Brevard century in our beloved Di-
how it will )
serve several years. Her professional ocese. St. Bernard College here that The living eloquence of Bishop I Affiliated with the Catholic University of America

status is recognized by the college had received a Barry's life-because it is
From 1903 until 1922 Father : Order of Saint Benedict of Florida
membership in the Academyof grant of $126,500 from HermanJ. a life totally given to the cause
knew well the
Certified Social Workers. Barry Heidrich & Sons of Orlandofor of Christ-opened many heartsto IIII
flatlands and the occasional
t Monsignor Trainor explainedto advancement of the fine listen to the logic of Christ's J II
hills, he woods and the occasional
the new Charities board in arts. love for man.
towns of a orthern-
Daytona Beach the function of Herman Heidrich, citrus
Florida. Today we :seek: others to con-

the agency. He and Mrs. Mc Such towns as Palatka, De- magnate and president! of tinue the traditions of Patrick SCHOOLSACADEMY

Garrity both said they were Land, Enterprise; Junction, Se- Herman Heidrich; & Sons, in Barry; vocations to a life of

glad to have the volunteers'help. presenting: the check said: conviction and charity, to be
ville, Crescent City, and South
Jacksonville echo a litany of "By this contribution, we are cultivated. 'in our parishes, and,
Services will be geared to
.iii his service as a young and glad to associate ourselves withSt. our homes. Parishes and homes
child welfare needs it was
'- zealous Priest. Bernard College which has which, please God will engender and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully

stressed. From 1922 until his death in already shown forceful leader- a restless heart and accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general
for foster homes
.., Iu t Applications homes infant homes, 1940, the litany of the cities ship in education: and with vibrant faith in our youth so courses music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy

adoptive and towns of his service grows, this kind of assistance will be that we can meet the mount Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa Honda.

were invited by the new office'ssecretary. large and auesome-for these enabled to expand its influence ing calls to staff the army of

were the years of his episco-Wore,. effectively."As noblemen of Christ.
:: added his -
Monsignor Mullally
a business man, I consider Clarity of conviction and SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN
word of commendation, stating
Medical CenterTo this not only a proper charity of heart-these are the BEACH

Grow this *i ; miniature that executive his acquaintance with spanned the way to express thanks for roots of a life nobly lived in a Resident and day school for girls- grades one through eight.

secretary Begin Building God's blessings but also a Priest and Bishop whose only Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swim-

Florida orange tree stveral years. sound investment in American sadness was ". the cry of the ming pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music art,

All of the speakers stressedthe (Continued from Fag, On) industry for the future," he poor whom he left behind ." dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint
in home real act of charity that within the next six weeks their
your added. May he rest in peace.i' Joseph. For further Information apply to: Sister Directress,

laymen perform, either byserving goals of reaching all prospective ._ ., -, I .. -- Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen Beach.

on the board, opening donors. o J

The Colamondin Orange a genuine, miniature, their domes to childrenin The new hospital is dated !

fruit-bearing ornamental citrus tree! need, or In other ways to be ready for occupancy in : 11f

that volunteers assist the the spring; of 14. HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN

Imagine! A tiny dwarf-sized orange tree starts Catholic Charities program. Father Farrelly said, in con 'l
approximately 1 foot giving the fragrance of q ANTONIO
Daytona Beach "intake" will nection with the approval of

orange blossoms to your living room, family roomor be handled by Mrs. McGarrity, plans to build Mercy Medical, Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters ,

kitchen an ornamental as well as practical Center Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through:
it was stated at the organization ;
addition to home and a conversation piece twelve Academic and commercial courses and
your '' "We be private
of the Charities' 'regional are indeed happy to
that will fascinate your guests! classes in the fine arts are offered Extensile with
board. This means, it was able to make this announcement -* campus

Here's oil you do to set this unusual end beautiful plant. added, that applications will be that we are going .ahead private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor

Just send 51.00 plus any one of the following: Two labels heard and processed b y the with the building. We hope in all sporty
from Bluebird Citrus Product. The numbered ends from t
any Catholic Charities Bureau in the years to come to build: FL"IJI.ACCREDITED
two cans of Bluebird Citrus Concentrate (must be wrapped
into one of the finest, For further information address
this Mercy
The from city.
in small carton to prevent postal damage tops
two cartons of Bluebird Chilled Citrus Juice. Moil to BLUE- medical centers in the state." SISTER REGISTRAR

ANGE COUNTY) FLORIDA. Please print or type clearly Herman J. Heidrich

your nome and address. Allow two weeks for delivery. This ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident
offer expires December 31. 1963 and is void where restricted & Sons 1
and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful
taxed law. Grower and Shipper
prohibited or by
Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. New
Of Fancy Fruit and Vegetables PESIOTTRO
-- buildings. All sports, music, art, dramatics. Directed by
DANHEE Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar,


Agent f rRrrllncer
ORANGE JUICE Bros. Inc.Murk call roaches John Bride O.P., principal of Assumption Schoolin S.J'xTlYGl"STI'xJ..:, FLORIDA

P.O. 'Miller 4103 Carrollton fttndlr C.StatUi.. Inc. Jacksonville, heard plans for the forthcoming visit to Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 712

id11 %afa fjeQtdlo// !oa"ramt'nta."I.e Agency that school of evaluators from Boston College. The plan Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited
New Orleans, Louisiana Music Art Dramatics, Tennis
was explained by Father Charles F. Donovan S.J. and Swimming
PURE ALTAR WINES for the sake of your ho' For further particulars address' : HNter Directress.
Dr. John Walsh of the evaluation team.