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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 25, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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Father Reinert entitled hi;s views "The Theistic Positions i ;;: _

in the Search for Truth." Hi remarks were couched care- '

fully in terminology used bj r secularists in education. h,

VOL. XXIV, No. 13 Orlando, Florida, Friday, January 25, 1963 Ten Cents I Many educators are seekingto :j <:'; F1ri.
Judaeo-Christian revelation the
limit man's knowledge,
rather than add to it, Father greatness inherent in being a :

Reinert said. They are: doing man precisely because throughthat !ri. jwN
revelation he knows the
Honored
Pious Priests this,footsteps he said, of by the follovinginthe 17th c&> greatness" of his ultimate des-

tury French philosophermathematician : tiny. : -I.
The Priest told his audience .
With Saint Rene Descartes. that every advance in knowl- '
Pope Says Everyone agrees universitiesexist .
) to communicate and ad- edge was of value and significance -
to Christian humanism.
vance the truth said Father \
James C. O'Neill "Each advance in knowledge
By Reinert. But followers of Des- __
VATICAN CITY (NC--Pope John XXIII declared U] ie humble Roman Priest, cartes are trying to limit what -whether scientific, technological -
aesthetic philosophical,
,
Vincent Pallotti, a saint in hE aven and hailed him as the lrchetype of "very pious can be taught in colleges solelyto
economic, represents both an _
Priests for whom official scientific facts-"observableevidence"
no of Christian Vatican actualization of man's poten-
cred heritage pants in the Second which is the most
veneration has been de ascetics." Council. tiality and a broadening of the
prevalent method in use today
creed. The canonization rites for Among the notables presentvere the Priest said. vision of his destiny," he ex

The Holy Father spoke in the new St. Vincent began on the saint's great-grand- Such an attitude seriouslylimits plained.The.

both Latin and Italian.In January 20 by the procession j r lephews Vincenzo-a name- a man's ability to learn, Priest issued a warning .

the course of his Italian of all Rome's diocesan and re- '".sake-and Marcello, who car- Father Reinert said, becauseit to educators who would
discourse he cited three char- into St. Peter's ; i'i :
ligious clergy led the official banners de- limits his manner of know be dogmatic in their attitudesby

acteristics which apply to the The Father .._.
basilica. Holy was I>icting the miracles attributed ing. By contrast to such limitations limiting education solelyto ror '- -' _- -
new saint and also to "mem carried into St. Peter's his '-- : 1
on t o his intercession.Two the Christian scholar factual evidence."The I. : .- .
ories of the blesseds and saints portable throne, preceded by constantly increasing
persons who were cured actually, can add to man'sknowledge ii
which are preserved i nth e .
28 Cardinals and brilliantly of
knowledgebrings
t,hrough his intercession-An- of truth, said lither complexity
churches of Rome, and to examples robed members of his official with it the constantly FATHER LOPEZ HIGH SCHOOL IN SURVEY
elo Balzarani of Roccasecca, Heinert.
of the very pious court. I[taly, and Margaret Sandier of "Christian theism adds l anew increasing complexity of spe Dr. John Eichorn, a professor from Boston College, met Tuesday in the sciencelab

J Priests for whom no official Eight J thousand foreign 1 adburg, Germany-were also manner of knowing in cialization," he said. with students of Father Lopez High School, Daytona Beach, from the left, Michael

'Ii veneration has been decreed pilgrims from a dozen nations t,here. which man knows on the basisof "The approach made by the Gable, Marilyn Kemerait, Anne Goldkamp, Laurie Tenney and Joseph Hanby. The

but who are" venerated for their joined thousands of Delegations from the Italian authority alone," he said. academic world in this factual Massachusetts educator is among those currently gathering data for an evaluationof

saintliness. Romans in jamming the overnment and the City of "But much more is really situation can be dangerous or our Catholic schools.
The first of these points, he limited available because the
space lome also had places of honor. true, because in the knowledgeof not, according to mannerin
a said, was the honor attached to the entire nave of St. which the.academician him
The Pope, vested in a white God man is immeasurably
the clergy of Rome: Peter's is blocked off by the .md gold cope and miter took broadened in himself. He, self approaches his own field Survey of Schools Evidences Fine

"At Home the Bishop is the grandstands of the partici PIOUS, Page 10 comes to know through the of knowledge."If I
Holy Father. Surrounding his
he approaches specific
_
him llrlt' is ts"ho the splendor are ornamentsof of holy Holy Father I quest absolutism for truth, then with rigidityand he Impresses Cooperation I Faculties Give on Data


real pastoral virtues. upon his audience a DAYTONA BEACH])r. John Eichorn, one of the Boston College faculty mem-
"It is a fact that together Lauds NewSaint's distortion both of truth and ol
hers currently engaged in E;valuating high schools and gJ rade schools in the Diocese of
with the noble and glorious the quest for truth.
name of Catholic Rome of On the other hand, if the St. Augustine, completed hi s study of Father Lopez Hig h School here early this week

those times (in which Pallotti i Life i scholar approaches his quest and moved on to evaluate k cellor of the Diocese and pres munity, he was interested in

lived), as a result of his testimony __ with the conscious idea that his schools in Lakeland.On ident of Father Lopez High the physical plant of Father

and activity, this ever- HOME XC John of the Friday he will visit
( ) -Pope specific presentation School, met Dr. Eichorn upon. Lopez High.
first diocese of the world XXIII, in a short sermon at a II truth is not and cannot be all Morning Star School in Tampa, his arrival from Boston. Th< The beauty of the setting

counted from then on numbersof temporary shrine in Rome for __ % truth, but is rather a part oi Dr. Eichorn looks forward tc 1 next day- Monday, January and the facilities, he said,
-
prelates, pastors, confessorsand St. Vincent Pallotti, said on it, he contributes immeasurably making the evaluation at Morning 21-the educator invited inti i were of special interest to

directors of pious institutions Tuesday of this week that the to the enrichment of knowledge Star, since some of his ear.\ the Diocese by the Departmen;: someone used to the northern

who gave honor to the newly canonized saint glowed f.- Itself, as well as to his owr lier work was in the area 01[ of Education met Father Davi
holy and sanctifying Priest with "the light of faith and field, Father Reinert said."Science exceptional children. The physi. Page, the vice-president of Fa. He did his undergraduate

hood." the flame of charity." alone; history alone, cally handicapped, he addec, work at Salem State College

Secondly, the Holy Father Recommending St. Vin economics a 1'on e, ,theology are among his major concern, See also, Pages 6 and 7 and earned his master's and

said that Pallotti's life was a cent's example all Priests, '"alone cannot.contain.all-truth, today.v a, t 'f _-".I --1 -_ doctor's degrees at BostonI
;
"teaching for all. times." .' he urgnf-t ejj t'r.gyi,t_ j..atvtice c 'nor drf they'in themselves offei r' That Is why," said Dr.Eichorn i University.Dr. .

Speaking of St. Vincent's ac? evangelical poverty "be. :all solutions to the problems "I am very Interested ther Lopez High School, am_I Eichorn served as a special -
Sister M. Bernardita O.P., prir
complishments in the field of cause the Lord showers so m'en." he said."Christlanlty. in seeing MorningStar class teacher In the public
Other members of thE
the apostolate Pope John said many riches on the poor that Ip--- provides the School. It is encouraging cipal.faculty also met with Dr-. schools of Salem and Water-

that each Priest must work in they can make up for the integrating force for all ofman's to know that that area Eichorn. town from 1939 to 1917 and

his own sphere for the triumphof poverty of the world." knowledge Man's is of interest in this Diocese. was assistant principal in the
The Sisters who staff thE S
the Kingdom of God without It was on the first feast day life can be intergrated on a They are doing a positive ;[ Watertown Junior High School
central Catholic High School ii ll
"seeking immediate consolationand of St. Vincent Pallotti Jan truly human level only if hepersonally thin ." from 1947 to 19il.r : .
Beach have thei
conspicuous results, but uary 22-which fell two days commits himselfto Father Irvine Nugent, char. Daytona : Following the completion of
motherhouse in Blauvelt, New
keeping their eyes fixed on the after his canonization, that :' a personal and providential York. his doctoral studies, Dr. Eic

lofty pastoral and missionary Pope John left the Vatican to ,J Cod. Simplicity Stressed Dr. Eichorn commented or I horn was appointed director of
horizons of the whole Church." pray before his remains whichare A'trJ "This unifying concept is the special education at Fitchburg
VATICAN CITY (XC)- the smooth operation that i:
"The future is in the hands temporarily enshrined in most significant Judaeo-Chris : State College.In .
Pope John XXIII stressed evidenced by the current study
Is of God," he said, "and it awaits''the Rome Church of Sant'Andrea tian contribution to Western the need for the virtue of in Florida. 1935: he became director

full of promise for the most della Valle. civilization." education at Indiana
of special
simplicity. << at his! regular general "The :schools: ," he said, "an.
-lS\- \ excellent supernatural task of f The Pope left the Vatican ina Father Reinert. advocated an audience here. known to us before we arrive; University School of Education.
him who intends to work with closed and drove throughthe freedom of and
car equal religion Seven years later, in 1962, he
; Speaking last week to here. Those in charge have I
extreme faithfulness to the last bitter cold to the church ---- of science. He noted that the .
education -
of
.
appointed professor
; was ,
BREEZECATCILES PAPAL CAPE about won people) in the .at.iean's sent us all kinds of informatior
In the field of the one and only where a triduum was being objective of the Christian hu Clementine) Hall and coordinator of the
Master of the harvests." held in honor of the new saint.St. It was a windy day in Rome when Pope John XXIII manistic approach to truth was John Mid that .simplicityshould Pope asked for the survey."A peripatology program in the

1 Lastly the Pope said that the Vincent's body had been visited the Santa Maria Church, his longest trip from the synthesis of complete hu << legulate !social irlations saved great by the deal faculties'of time coopera was: Graduate Department of Education -

new saint's life is an "encour transferred to Sant' Andrea's Vatican City since he was ill. man development."This at Boston College.
that do not
I so people tion in sending data to Bostor l
agement" for all Priests. from the Pallottine Church of is an objective which weigh what they give to College." (Peripatology has to do with

"St. Vincent Pallotti is San Salvatore in Onda whereit In Sudan any other approach seems most others. Everything was ready foi., teaching blind persons to move

ri called upon through his glorification is normally enshrined. unlikely to achieve," he said. He stated that men must him when he and Fathei. about with the use of canes),

," he said, "to renew Despite sub-zero weather Father Reinert, S.J., made VISITING, Page: 10
Pontiff Grieved do each) thing at the light Nugent went to Father Lope::
the fervor of pastoral! activity hundreds persons gathered by ReportOf his remarks January 16 in z l time carefully and bear whatever High School Monday morning
extended to all sections outside the church and thou- policy statement on the placeof
; discomforts they encounter -
o'clock.
at 8
of life." sands more jammed inside to Missioners' Expulsion religion in education, before! without Text Dispute
showing a
Father. Mostof the As,. "That is why," he added,
This work of the Priest welcome the Holy some 800 delegates at "funereal expression.He .
"based on hu. the crowd was made up of sociation of American Colleges49th "that we can move around as;!>
; should not be VATICAN CITY (NC-P John XXIII has receive d added that the secret Held Bitter
ope rapidly do.
as we
who had annual in Atlantic
8000 meeting
the pilgrims
shrewdness nor
]. man means and with "profound grief a reporof t of the systematic expulsio:n. of serenity is to be found in Dr. Eichorn said he. had
canonization
of technical in- come to Rome for the City. The association represents en
on the power the of Cod, in the
struments," the Holy Father ceremony. missionaries from southe rn Sudan. The report wa g 1 some 800 universities; peace of justice and in respect!practice :joyed his stay in Dayton In 1 Mexico

_-J said. Normally such large pilgrimages given to the Pontiff last wee]t by Archbishop Joseph Me:- and colleges, including church. for the rights of others. Beach. Aside from its well

"Without a doubt he knows are received by the Geough, New York-born apost olic delegate to South Africz L. related schools. publicized beauty as a com" .UKXICO CITY (XC) A

how to use them, but above all Pope at the Vatican. But the The Holy See had sent Arch- placard carried by a of
group
_'A1 I he knows how to assess them Pope decided to take advantage bishop McGeough to the Sudanto :"''''''., ".',*<,.. (, ... ::: :. -1 .\ boys, which stung the President -

worth of the saint's feast day make personal contact with 'j ,
for the little they are to .. __ a of Mexico into a direct attack
the extent of saying that their to v\elcome) the crowd else- Church and civil authorities x, s .. .'. .. ._ i S..w.... <. '.,' -5.' on Catholic parents who
.
.
there in to solve $v .4
where. an attempt
) efficaciousness is nothing S 'S S are opposing the regime'sschool
-
where there is a lack of prayer, Pope John prayed before the problem. 3 .14% ; .( \ ? t| policy, has illuminated

Eucharistic worship and a the Blessed Sacrament while Archbishop McGeough said ;; the bitter nature of this continuing -

thorough knowledge of the Sa- the crowd chanted the Creed. that he had two missions: to \1i4 4 t 1 I: controversy.

rrrd Scrintures and of the sa- He then gave his sermon. SUDAX, Page 10 President Adolfo
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,| teos noted the placard, which

British Cardinal Godfrey 73 Dies; I i said "Mr. President the single

textbook is a shame for Ml'xrico -

_ ," at a rally at Leon. Hr-

Diplomat Headed Historic Diocese ,i called the National Parent-

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LONDON (NC) William Cardinal Godfrey, Archbishop of Westminster, died !!

j here January 22 following a heart attack. He was 73. The death of the head of Britain's S Commission Meeting

____ senior archbishopric reduces the number of Cardinals to 84. I VATICAX CITY (.NO-The

Cardinal Godfrey had entered it 1:45: : p.m. London time ((11:43: -or: in England and Rome, he c coordinating commission, set

I. the hospital about a fortnight :ijn. EST) January 22. was named first apostolic delegate -c( & : p up by Pope John XXIII for
with an undisclosed illness.
ago to Great Britain in 1938. the ecumenical council's In-
Later he left the hospital and "Members of the Car4inal'shousehold t.
: ,J were with him his In November, 1953, Pope .. .4 p terim work held its first meet
:
.
returned to his JI I chaplain and members of his Pius XII appointed him Arch- ing here on January 21.
residence. H e the "The conciliar work, which
of Liverpool,
bishop post -
said. -
.staff, the announcement -S .
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suffered ai Cardinal named he held when he was named --- took a moment of rest for the
was
Godfrey
slight heart attack Archbishop o f Westminster: Archbishop of Westminster. national holidays, picks up its
January j full rhythm again, although Ina
and successor to the last Catholic Cardinal Godfrey was a member _
19 and received | of the central preparatory method and form differentfrom
Archbishop of Canterbury
the last rites. commission for the ecumenical the period of October-
in December 1956. Two yean. _
,
His i condition council. __ December, 1902! ," the latest
later, on December 18, 1958,,
was reported council office communi.
Pcpe John XXIII named him L Born in Liverpool,September 1 press
slightly improveu I que said.
ai iirsi, -_ i a CardinaL 25, 1889, the sonof, George and DAYTONA BEACH'S IHGH SCHOOL FACULTY RECEIVES VISIT FROM EVALUATOR Announcement of the coordinating -

A native of Liverpool, England Maria Godfrey, the future Car-
but he then Cardinal UiHlfrcysuffered commission's crea
Father Lopez. High School, Daytona Beach, was Boston educator are, from left, Frank Maretti, Sister M.
a further heart attack. Cardinal Godfrey was dinal studied for the Priesthood tion was made December 6,
visited this week by Dr. John Eichorn of Boston College. Pierre, Sister M. AIphonsus, Dr. Eichorn, Father John P. two days before the council'sfirst
Following
An announcement said Cardinal ordained in 1916. at Ushaw College, the

Godfrey "died peacefully" a career as a seminary prof es- CHEAT BRITAIN, Page 10 Some faculty members at Father Lopez pictured with the Caulfield and Joseph Nolan. session closed.'ijId .



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HAS Pope John no interest opening discourse to the Council .. talked to newspapermen (No-

St !t non-Christians? Lately in which he spoke of the vember 9, 1962)) and said that
Augustine Gulfport
L I have been delivering talks on circle of unity that embraces i the Church envelopes the life

I t1ATJIFnR&T._._ HOLY NAME I the Council to audiences made those who follow non-Christian V of the faithful but "also makes
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The Cathedral Parish Home 5 Father Frank Goodman has 4 i up- u.s i \_. a- i \n- religions but who esteem and: a mark in the history of humanity -

and School Association met re announced that In preparation \'* o I i c s. Protestants respect the Catholic Church. whose members are
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cently in the library of the! for the current mission the t and Jews. The Pope said that the more or less influenced by it.

Cathedral Parish School. MonSIgnor Holy Name Society of Holy ,:' i This question Council would prepare the The salutary influence of the

John P. Burns opened[ Name Church conducted a cen- ">. : ; .comes up almost path "toward that unity of Church over international policies -

the meeting with a prayer. Sis BUS and distributed bulletins inevitably mankind which is required is thus determined.

ter Mary William principal of I outlining the mission program 3IID.JANUARY INSTALLATION, DADE CITY in the as a necessary foundation In In referring to the UN

St. Agnes School. announced[t. throughout the parish. New officers of St. Rita's Catholic Women's Club, installed January 15 in Dade discussion p e- order that the earthly city Mongignor Cardinale said

plans to hold a "book fair" on t Father Goodman said that City, are, from the left, Mrs. Joseph Collura, vice-president; Mrs. C. W. Lantzy, pres- riod. It is may be brought to the resemblance that the Holy See Is not a

February 7 at the schooL A representative -. when taking the census the ident; Mrs. Janet Befort, secretary; and Miss Rose :Marie Nikolai treasurer. asked, not byway of that heavenly member of the UX.

from Random l Holy Name men invited non. of protest. City ..IftStrangely It stands apart- from the pos -

House publishers will be at; Catholics as well as Catholics St. Petersburg -- OrlandoST. JacksonvilleSACRED but as nest hon WII there are time: litical economic and commer-

the school to display and discuss to make the mission. inquJfJV when the Catholic Church i:i! cial conflicts of states but "the

books for all grade levels., The first week which began ST. JUDE JAMES HEART The obvious aj nswer is that s severely criticized by certair i Popes have never concealed

He will conduct a program in i January 20, featured the mission Father Timothy J. Allman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Helt- The Sacred Heart Guild, at this Council is primarily con. Catholics for attempting t<) their favor for forms of Joint

the evening for the parents. for women. On January spiritual director of the St. man of St. James parish observed its meeting on January 15 at cerned with restoring the unity show its compassion for al 1 collaboration such as the

Sister Trlnita principal of', 27, the men's mission will'open Jude Catholic Youth Club, has their 50th wedding an- 8 p.m. in the church hall, heard of the Christian family but that men. Consider for instance, th z League of Nations first, and

the Cathedral Parish School,, for a week. ;announced appointment to committees niversary on January 21. Last Mrs. Alfred E. DeVita chair Pope John is also solicitous Vatican's attitude toward th
showed the parents the new As a special mission extra of the following members Saturday Father Thomas F. man, announce a card party- about the unity of mankind. UN. Some Catholics have beer 1 short, the Holy See gladly co-

bookcases that have been addedto [ children attending public of the adult advisory Kelly celebrated Mass for the fashion show. The event will The attention given to the violently opposed to Vaticar l operates with International organizations

the growing library. school from the fourth throughthe board: jubilari ns at St. James at be held Friday February 15, Bishops' "Message to Human policy in this matter. in non-political mat3 .

eighth grades are to attend General chairman Robert which time they renewed their at 8 p.m. in the Garden Center. ity" has perhaps distracted attention Recently Monsignor Igim ters affecting the moral)* social

Pinellas Park mission devotions at 4 p.m., Wonsick; spiritual and educational marriage vows. Mrs. Joseph Schoebert pres- from some equally important Cardinale, chief of protocol 01 r and cultural well-belng of peo-

SACRED HEART January 28, 29 and 30, in Holy Leo Schnitker and An anniversary dinner was ident of Diocesan Council of passages in the Pope'sComing the Vatican secretariat: of state, pies.

Father James F. Gloekler has,, Name Church 5824 15th Avenue 'James McGrady; social Joseph served at the home of their Catholic Women, spoke on the The' fundamental problemin

announced inauguration of inquiry South.Tampa. Lyons and Mrs. Jo Ann Wake- son Marvin F. Heltman in topic"Unchanging Duty in explaining the Church'

classes for Catholics and lam; athletic, Mrs. Irene Winter Park. Partaking in the this Changing World." She Events relation to the whole human

non-Catholics in the school immediately !: Hughes and Barry Kavanaugh; celebration was their daughter- brought out the fact that "your family is, as I see It, the
membership, Mrs. Mae Murray; in-law is This column IltU future MDf'fltl. a pedal meeting and eveati .f ...re.t of the
and
Dorothy, their three parish your responsibility. problem explaining
following the ST. JOSEPH .
novena i and than local interest.!! AdTauce notice 4 rrrolar meetings will b mltUd.
services publicity, Mrs. Marilyn grandchildren Sharon, Karen She added: When asked to hold doctrine of the Incarnation
every Tuesday eve St. Joseph parish reports
ning. Novena services to Our, the conclusion of their recent Wonsick. and Debbie. office or perform a task, don't Women's Guild of St. Sacred Heart Guild, Jacksonville with its corollary, the Mystical -

Lady of Perpetual Help beginat i mission which was conducted The Youth Club is planning The Heltmans are originallyfrom say I can't. Try it! Ignatius Church, Tarpon 1 Garden Center.' Body of Christ.!'
election of officers and a din Springs, fashion! show and Parish fair, St. MaryChuich This is a problem for apologIsts
j 700: p.m.Devotions. by Redemptorists, Father Joseph Cincinnati, where'r.. DIMAC. CONCEPTION
ner dance in February.ST. card party, January 26, 1:30: Ilockledge, February and catechists.
d to the Sacred 1 Scannell and Father John Heltman, 77, served 30 years Special will be offered -
MARY prayers }).m., parish hall. 1C.
Heart with the States Since the reformation, for
are held every First Friday Leary. United Post
for the success of the
Through the of the Catholic Daughters CourtSancta Hours Devotion
Forty
courtesy ,
the most have been
Office part we
at :3 and 7 p.m. The mission was also con- before retiring. Mrs.
Second Vatican Council and
pastor, St. Mary's Hall will be Maria desert! card Holy Cross" Church, Palmetto, presenting the Church as a
Father Gloekler also reports ducted for the school children Heltman is 70.
the scene on January 31 at 1:30 for unity among Christians party, court hall, St. I-t'tt'r February 1719. juridical organization armed to
that the children's choir under and the Catholic children in Their son, Marvin, is the
the Hours Devotion
pm of a benefit card party in during Forty burg, January 26, 1 })..m.Uless..d Diocesan Orphans' Collection the hilt with arguments and
the direction of Mrs. D. Langer, public schools. of the Pet-O-Tel in
manager at the Church of the Immaculate -
aid of the Immaculate in all
Women'sClub 17
Concep- Trinity : February ready to defend itself againstall
sings a High Mass twice duringthe A special Saturday Mass to tion parish in St Petersburg. Winter Park. Conception in Jack- spaghetti dinner, St. churches.Family. comers. We have presentedthe

school week and every Sun- be attended by parents and Party will be ST. CHARLESThe sonville. social hall fun February
sponsors St.. Petersburg; parish dinner Incarnation in terms of the
day.The their children, was recently inaugurated Martin's Guild. Father M. J. Kelly has in- 4-6 27. 17 Moore
Bishop
Sacred Heart Guild January meeting of the p.m. January High birth of a great Teacher.But .
memo for prayers for vocations HOLY FAMILY vited all persons interested to Mission! for weekof School Orlando
bers St. Charles Parish Council, heldin women, ; St. Margaret we have not presentedthe
announce that they will from the parish. Johnny Taylor's "combo" the St. Charles Social Hallat attend the Forty Hours which January 27; Holy Name Mary Women's Guild, !.sponsor. Incarnation as the mar-
a Valentine fashion
sponsor will provide the music for the 8 will be conducted by Father parish, Gulfport. !' .
show and card party for the ST. LAWRENCEThe p.m., was opened with riage of human and divine nature -
benefit of the school February St. Lawrence Altar Society Valentine Dance, a benefit prayer Monsignor CharlesA. Denis O'Regan I.C., February Mission for women, weekof Card party, fashion show, when we became partakers -
on
members are sponsoring a ']event scheduled by the Holy Bartok. 1-3. ,Holy hours each of the January 27; St. Paul parish Christ the King benefit, Jacksonville of His divinity Who deignedto
13 at 7:30: p.m. at the
three evenings will begin at
Bishop Barry High School cafeteria bake sale on January 27, before Family Women's Guild of St. The members practiced sing- Daytona Beach. Southside Women's share in our humanity.If .
all :Petersburg. The dance will beheld 7:30 o'clock.The Card party, fashion frhou, Club, February 19.
Tickets are $1.25 and and after Masses. Every'woman ing the Latin of the Mass. Mrs. we have given non-Chris
may be obtained at the door or in the parish is urged : at the ItalianAmericanClub Ray Olech Sr. directed the devotions will open after January 28, Southside Wom Carnival, Bishop B a r r y tians the impression: that a

through Mrs. L. Fanning at to participate. 3615-37th Street, South women. The practice antic the noon Mass on February 1. an's ClubHsumptlon; Guild, High School, St. Petersburg, great sectarian leader was bornon

HE 5-5661. ;starting at 9 p.m. on February ipates parish participation in Special singing by the childrenof sponsor, Jacksonville February 22, 23, 24; sponsors, Christmas then we can Understand
Indian Rocks !9, and ending at 1 a.m. Immaculate ConceptionSchool Jacksonville dessert card parents of students at boys
The Guild also announces singing the Latin at one Mass why non-Christians
Mrs. Charles Biller and Mrs. will be under the direction party and fashion show school and at Notre Dame
that a fish fry (all you can eat, each Sunday, it was reported. object to Christmas carols In
Beach :Mortimer of Sister Miriam Francis.
Salch, co-chairmen, Southside Woman's Club, Academy.
99 cents; children 50 cents) is Monsignor Bartok discussedthe public schools.
s suggest reservations by telephoning ASSUMPTION January 28 at 1230; p.m.; AH- Third annual Mardi Gras
served every First Friday of ST. JEROME Sunday school program The mystery of Christmas H
] HE 5-0848. bumption Guild. dinner dance, Holiday Inn,
the month at the school hall Martha and Mary guild members being held at St. Charles, at 9:30: Members of Assumption Par not the mysterious birth of a
San Jose parish hall Jack: February 23, benefit of St.Patrick's .
from 5-7 p.m. are planning a luncheon, *Cross Debaters Win on Sundays, for four and five ish Guild: are pleased to report sect-leader but "the mystery of
sonville, marathon bridge, K ; parish"o 01 a 11.1'1'
The Sacred Heart Guild in- style show, and card party in CORAL GABLES (NC-De-) year olds. He said much prog. that fashions shown throughthe p.m., January 29. Club, Gainesville, sponsor. all men In one man who was!
vites women of the parish to February. Gene's Dress Shop 1 Daters from Holy Cross College ress had been made with these courtesy of Purcell's will God" and who recreated human
Card St. Card benefit St.
party Mary Hall party,
their meeting Monday January in Largo will show the'Worcester won the Universityf children. Parents can enroll be viewed in Jacksonville at a nature by linking together
St. Teresa 23
Petersburg, January 31, parish, February ,
28, 7:30 p.m. which will featurea fashions. The women of the < Miami's 17th annual debating pupils for the second semesterin benefit card party planned at divinity and humanity in Hh
1:30 't: O Titusville's
p.m.; St. Martin Guild : p.m., new
short workshop display and parish will model. Mrs. Mae \tournament here in a competi new classes to be formed. the Southside Woman's ClubonJanuary Citizens Bank Building.Titusville person.In .

a film and lecture on the subject Kampf is chairman of the \lion among 22 teams representing Membership is limited, so that 28. Tickets ($1.25): ) sponsor.Fish of taking humanity to Himself .
fry, February 1, 5-7 Women' day
it of cancer. event. j l each child receives adequate.niaytbe purchased at the door
eastern United States p.m., Sacred Heart school recollection, St. Teresa by taking human flesh,
attention. Attendance has been for,the dessert card party and ,
schools. The trophy was presented He lazes "sanctified It.
hall, PinellaN Park.Forty Cbllrch1reh'I: M p.m.
fashion show Co-chairmen
excellent, the chairman of areMrs.
ST. PETERSBURG : to Kevin Keo and Dan says William J. Barrett and Hour Devotion I Ham and roast beef dinner, his union with humanity
this Mrs. Glen Gra-
Kolb who spoke against the program Mrs. John J. Jacksonville, linniaculafeConception St. Brendan hall, Ormond cannot produce its full effect
PriapI.
ham.
4e 4 4BOWEN'S establishment of a free world Church Februaiy Beach, March 3.3-7 I p. i.; HolyName until men freely welcome the
economic community. They Monsignor Bartok each K ore
e urged
13. Society sponsor message and so the whole ques.
T I defeated last year's champions member to make an effort to The Father Maher Council
Forty Hours Devotion, St. St. Paul Guild Easter Monday tion comes back to the differ.
j from[ Boston attend the mission be heldat No. 648 of the
College.ml1' to Knights of Columbus Brendan Church, Ormond card party, Jacksonville, ence between doctrine and the

St. Charles Church. Women will sponsor Boy Scout Beach, February 13. April 15. imiannetof presenting it -

will attend the week of February Sunday at ChrIst. the King Wnnirn'M, retreat Holy I Low Sunday Pilgrimage to which was one of the main

3. Passionist Fathers Church in Jacksonville February Xame Priory, San ..Antonio Oldest Mission, St. Augustine, points in the Pope's opening
; . will give the Mission. Everyonewho 3. Catholic Boy Scouts February 1-3; leserve with }'IOI'ldaprll 21. address at the Council.

drives a car should planto from the Muskogee, :Mohawkand
Mrs. Thoma
Beaumont, by Convention St. Augustine Have we presented the In.
at least three Suwanee districts will be
bring or four
W telephone at Dade City Diocesan Council of Catholic carnation in terms that non-
people, said Monsignor Bartok.M honored.
862-2450 jeutlJ3 5883848.: Women, Tampa, April 22-21. Christians can understand?
r s. Dorothy Turkowskigave Co-chairmen, Ron Turco and Mardi Gras gala; St. Petersburg '- .

a talk on the purpose of Clyde King, announce that ; dance card part; Feb.

making a mission, and the challenge members and scouts will as- .
ruary 2, 9 ).ni.. Tune Toppers ST. PETERSBURG
FIAT I "THE QUALITY ECONOMY CAR" 4645 9th Street North it presents to the individual semble for breakfast following music; Al Kareem Club; I

to sanctify the soul. attendance at the 8:30 Mass. St. PaulS Women's Club,

: Harlow Everett, representingthe

FORDOR GOOD Edouard C. Craig St. LeoST. Fourth Degree, will present sponsor.I'Hssionist Priests' mission,

Contractor and Distributorfor awards and trophies to the
women's week begins Fel t..
LEO ABBEYThe
SEDAN TERMS scouts. After Church.
Church ruar3; men's mission starts ,
Vikon Metal Ceramicand was observed at Unity St. Leo Octave Horace Williamson, North February 10, St. Charles

NOW ONLY- $1569 -FULL PRICEIF Mosaic Tiles program of special prayers by, lectures a- Florida the principal scout executive speaker. will Father be Church, Orlando. V (, p Meet All Your

and discussions Jack on\'iI1e'* San Jose
9l7-49lh St. So. 347-4101 panel on W Thomas Larkin will also
YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ECONOMY LOOK FOR the various phases of Christian address the assembly.Palmetto parish! hall, marathon bridge, Friends At The

Q 3100 5th AVE. NO. unity The students of the February ;3, 8 p.m. St

DILL I DKOWN O ST. PETERSBURG 345-6050 Open Thursday high school college and Holy Annual card party Bishop flUiouii sorts Park LaneYour

Evening by Appointment Name Academy took part in Kenny High School cafeto- ii I,IVIS

Lorraine's Beauty Salon the week-long observances. HOLY CROSS rium, Jacksonville, February 3.45 7S

SEE US FOR THE BEST! 2946-49th Street, NorthSt. A highlight was the celebra- Father J. Normand Hardyhas 6, 8 p.m. St. )lar'fI' Home Second Cup of Coffei
Petersburg or Iced Tea It Mwayt nil
Auxiliary.Valentine:
HOSPITALIZATIONLIFE tion of the Divine Liturgy on announced the Forty Hours
AUTO HOMEOWNERS S Robert L. Dutilly, Prop.H.ORISTGREENHOUSES.
COMMERCIAL BUSINESS INSURANCE January 22 at 4:45: p.m. by Father Devotion in Palmetto. It will ianeoFebruary

Leo R. Schlosser O.S.B., be held February 17-19 begin 9, 9 p.m., ItalianAmericanClub U

TYRONE abbey bi-ritualist in the gym ning with 9.30: a.m. Mass on St. Petersburg; Holy

E !* SHOPPING CENTER I7L nasium. Sunday. Evening devotions will }'amil'fomen's Guild. CAFETERIA TYRONE SHOPPING CENTER

The college glee club learned begin at 7:30 p.m. with Father Card partfashion show, I I 1038 58tk ST. NO.
ttk Av, No. & SStfc Street
342-8551 ancient chants of the Byzan Alexander no u 1 e t presiding. February 13, 7:30 p.m., Bishop t 58f Complete' Liimlicnns Mondny till u S.itm: lay I '

Y.'r. I q.d bo.ds with ... tine liturgy in order to assist Mass on Monday and Tuesdaywill Harry cafeteria, St. Petersburg .
ttOO LaVrvlew AT*. S.. Father Leo in the celebration. be at 7 a.m.Confessions ; benefit of Sacred Heart
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M..... ALLSTATEE WE At 867-2136 IRK FLOWERS Father Leo will also celebrate will be heard on school, Pinellas Park; Guild Eugene Mueller's

INSURANCE COMPANIES St. Petersburg Byzantine rite Benediction as Saturday and Monday at 430: sponsors.;
Cameo RoomFxrellent
a solemn closing to the Octaveon p.m. as well as after evening Card party, fashion show, Dining

January 23. devotions on Monday. February 1:;, sponsorship< of quality Keafa.i. Ch.p. A.4

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Washington LetterCommunism's The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 25, 1963 Page Three



Goal is Still to Bury Us .'txl Adrian Dominicans Plan


n. se t First Mission PeruADRIAN
COMMUNISM'S goal is domination of the world, including the United States. That A to

experts assert, which the Free World, and particularly Americans,
Michigan\ -Three Sisters of St. Dominic of
should: keep constantly!:! .in..
1! mind. many and the to-do made over 1 BAG Adrian, Michigan, left Florida, January 21, to open the

L ENJOY AUTOMATIC the differences reported toe congregation's first mission in Peru In Miami to see them
It is felt that there is a sp LYli
exist between Communist Russia H
"Keep-Filled11 cial I need to restate this fact,, and Communist China. :'.... ":',,' off was the Superior General, the late Mother Mary Gerald

DELIVERY in. view of the communist part;Y "I foresee no spectacular reversal ,:':.,:. Mother Mary Genevieve. Barry.

congress just held in East Ger,. of communist methodsor -:9I.: The Sisters destination is '
Phone 0 l. The selection of Peru as the
: : ,
Our of
Lady Guadalupe Parishin
goals, President John F. : next field of the Sisters' miss
St. Pete 898-I III .. ". La Perla, Callao, near Lima.
St. Anthony's Hospital advised and -
Kennedy .
,
Clearwater-446-8314 congress ,." .. '. \. They will devote their time sionary work was largely Influenced -
000 11 tn Street the American the "
people on ; : 0:1. by its being the land
St. Petersburg very eve of the East Germany { \ there primarily to educationaland of the two great Dominican

I Modern Reasonable Well Equipped Red gathering."A :T;;" ............ "" catechetical instruction. saints of the colonial period

Conducted by dispute over how bestto .. : --ir- Sister Robert Francis who
"<" k --1' Rose of Lima and Martin de
Sinter of St. FraneU ;. :
OLDEST and LARGEST Approved by bury the Free World is no : .. Mill be in charge of the mission Porres. Some members of the

IN PINELLAS American College of Surgeon grounds' for* Western rejoicing }f1 is a graduate of St. Anthony Congregation have studied
** t
the President also
---I .., .. .-..'.... School, Fort Lauderdale there and the community Is
warned, referring to the reports well aware of the tremendous
ADRIAN DOMINICANS LEAVE FOR PERU and of Barry College in
dis-
of the sino-soviet needs of the people.
S T. PETERSBURGJackson's pute. :Mother Mary Genevieve, (left> superior general of the Adrian Dominican Sis- :Miami. She spent nine years I
Since Lima the site ot
Experts agree, as the Presi- ters, was in :Miami on Monday to send off a pioneer mission band to Peru, from the in mission work in Santo Do. was 4

dent said, that communists all left, Sister M.: Robert Francis, superior; Sister Maria Altagracia and Sister Maria i mingo. the second university found i i11'orid
ed Dominicans in the Sew
I HEINZEN have the same ultimate goal Josefina. The latter two natives of Santo Domingo will assist the superior who has Natives of Santo by
Domingo, the Congregation was
ShoesLadies' and if they are disagreeing it is spent nine years in mission work in Santo Domingo, as they teach and catechize Sister Maria Joscfina and Sister anxious to continue Dominican -

only as to how to achieve that children near Lima. The mission, opened by :Mother :Mary Genevieve, was envisionedby Maria Altagracia have had tradition in that conn 4

&: Men'sClinic end.The the late Mother Mary Gerald Barry. teaching experience in schoolsin
Miller SERVICE reason for SovietChinesedifferences the United try.The
States and in the Adrian Dominican Sis-

Vitality_ Weyenberg FRKK 34th PICKUP St. a: IKth& Ave.DELIVERY So. is that the most Chinese frequentlycited Reds I Mass Guide I ISIT"X community's Domingo and missions the Bahamas.in Santo ters are now represented in 12

Cushioned Bellaires Phone 807- SA1I GREEN STAMPS9th right now and Mother :Mary Genevieve, In including locations iI:. the Dominican
by promoting
641 Central Ave. 862-1355 St. L 18th Are. So. .. DAY.. January "T
Phone 896-4133 practicing revolution in other --- opening this mission, has pur- Republic, Puerto Rico,
countries, while the Soviet Reds THE last "Holy Name Banner" by my very able pred- 3rd Sunday aftet' Epiphany. sued the work envisioned by and the Bahamas.JACKSONVILLE.
'(Mass of Sunday, Gloria,
William D, Noble contained statement
feel they can get what they a ex-
d Madeira Beach Bank want by what they call coexist- pressing how difficult it was for him to write the last Creed Preface of Trinity).

ence, but which is really deceit column. MONDAY: January 28
MADEIRA BEACHFeder.1 President Kenneth's welcom- St. Peter Xolasco. (Mass of a
and subversion. He may be interested to know
1 Member ing remarks were consistent Confessor not a Bishop,
Although he mentioned that it is also difficult for me
Deposit Insurance Corp. 4 neither country by name, Fidel to write this first column. I with, all of the other items ona (;Gloria 2nd prajer of St.Agnes FREE 1-AKKIX1 FREE: I'AKKIXO
Phone 391-9911 Open Sat. 9-12 .. well planned and
It Castro, the Cuban Red, is wide- still have not fully recuperatedfrom smoothly Common Preface). -

ly regarded as having favored ______ the impact ,, executed program. Charles, TUESDAY, January 29 ;.AST-ER'l: fN'G PH" ,'RMACY'
I Oy ?x m 6ht:fOkIXy WS the leader in the Missa Recitata .
Peking over Moscow when, of the \ 5 St. Francis de Sales. (Massof -

DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. simultaneously with the East great honor ofj [ assisted the altar boys, Tony feast, Gloria Common Drug RELIABLE Cotmrtlc, 1'KESCHII'TION Clear and Canter SERVICE:Ilrpartmrnt
j' b.
and Frank, in the preparation
Germany Red meeting, he being elected I Preface). Frrr 1'Irkap and Delivery Luncheon and Soda n.rO3
I of the altar for the Holy Sacrifice : ItUiullnc Itlid. K\ ft-0731. H-073S
HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS called for revolutionaries in the president of's l "'HDXESH..Januar)' 30
| of the Mass which was I>. Q. EASTF.HLIX. Owner-Manucrr
Western Hemisphere to rise the Diocesan ; i Martina. Mass of
up St. : ( a
403 FLORIDA THEATRE BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG I I celebrated by Father W.
'( TELEPHONE 862-0381) violently and seize power. Union of Holy Virgin-Mart, Gloria, Common -
Thomas Larkin
,
There are very able author- Name Soci-;' ;I Christ the King Parish pastor of Jack-of Preface). HARDEN THE FLORIST
ities on communism who say eties. Perhaps i
THURSDAY, January 31
; sonville. As stated by vice-
t. Red China i is not bickering; such a recov-j St. John Bosoo. Mass of Flowers for all occasions
; president John, in his most
I t For Your Real Estate with Red Russia over ery' may never. ,] : amusing and entertaining re- feast, Gloria, Common Preface SAY IT WITH r fHARDENS
whether or not there shouldbe oe- fully realed ( ) FLOWERS
And Insurance Needs Call Dan A. >aunhton marks at the breakfast, the ).
I a "big wart IZ In any aloe. PrM. 3315 LIBERTY ST.
Holy Name men also act as the Fill DAY, February I '
They note that some in the event, I sincerely and humbly -, EL 6-8139 '
LaVoie Realty & Insurance altar society.In St. Ignatius. (:Mass of feast,
United States have quoted the thank my fellow Holy Name
I a more serious vein, the Gloria, Common Preface).
4154 Central Avenue Phone 896-4133
Peking "People's Daily" to men for their kind expressionof
vice-president conveyed to us SATURDAY, February 2
show that Red China wants "a confidence in me. I hope
his extreme concern over the Purification of the Blessed! COSTUMESRented
big war" and that Red Russia and pray it shall not be be-.
fact of the large number of Virgin :Mary. Blessing of can- :
wants peace. trayed. It is indeed a great ,i
inmates with Catholic back- dles. (Mass of Purification, Rented, Made To Order t'
These authorities quote the challenge, but with the graceof .
ground who are not practicingtheir Gloria, Creed, Preface of -:
SPECIAL RATES TO SCHOOLS
same Peking "People's Daily"as God, the guidance of our
Embers .
Christmas)
religion.This I "
saying the people of China spiritual director, Monsignor s AND CHURCHES

"love peace" and that "Chinawas Harold F. Jordan, and the dil- young man Is very I
5800 CENTRAL AVENUEThe an initiator of the five igence of our diocesan officers vitally and enthusiastically ClearwaterST. & THE STYLE & COSTUME SHOP

principles of peaceful coexist- and executive board, our dean- interested in furtherance and CECELIAA 8 EL 6-5217 3304 N. Main St.

St. Petersburg's Newest Complete Seafood House ence." What the two commu- ery and parish officers, as wellas development of the Fishers lecture and demonstration

OYSTER-CLAM BAR nist-dominated countries are our individual Holy Name program within the prison. of organ and choral music in

debating, these experts con- members, the job will be done. The breakfast was preparedand the Church was given, January ROOFS CLEANEDPRESSURE

New Management Presents Tommy Williams tend, is how to infiltrate Free The first visitation was most served in the canteen by 15, to the American Guild of

"the Man of a_Thousand Songs" World countries and how ripe encouraging as''well as enjoy-. members of the society. Organists in Tampa Bay area. METHOD

II:00 A.M.-2:00 A.M. Business Luncheons Dinners these countries are for picking.In able. At the kind invitation ol Father Larkin, as the prin- The Upper Pinellas Chapter

any event even assume Father Neil A. Sager, pastor, cipal speaker, delivered a most audience heard Peter Basch ASPHALT-TILE-ASBESTOS

ing that Moscow favors a less and president Lloyd Rensel oi f interesting and inspiring message direct the men's choir of St. $49.00 Average Home

violent line than Peking, the Holy Name Society of St. which was extremely well Cecelia parish in the demon- Sno Kote Roofing & Coating Service

there is no doubt that Nikita Brendan's, Ormond Beach, my received and deep appreciationwas stration which was hailed as a

Khrushchev: Soviet Russian wife and I attended a delightful obvious. splendid experience by the Phone 768-5654 %

premier, feels that "coexist- parish banquet at its social At the conclusion of the pro- audience. Monsignor ThomasA.

ence" serving. communismwell. hall in the rear of the beautifulnew gram, Charles, the organist, Colreavy's choir was host to

church. presented me with a beautiful the organists. BROWN MOTORSBody

II F pMIL7NE l He said so in East Germany.He Judging by the enthusiastic crucifix, hand carved by a Represented in the enthus-
t Wrc NUOUSEY l lSERVI s said it had already en- spirit demonstrated by the patient of the Florida Tubercu- iastic audience were musiciansfrom & Fender Work Bated Enamel or Lacquer

NG COdI Da 1 Y abled Soviet Russia to catch leaders and other members losis Hospital. This generousand the University of Tampa, Insurance Claims Handled PromptlySeat

( EVERY .9:30 P..MZ up with the United States in it is obvious that this young thoughtful gesture will organists, choir directors and Covers and Convertible Tops
yJ
1 .3 0 0 1 5 to 3. the nuclear field. Asserting that parish will progress to one long be remembered. The or- ministers. Pick Up and Delivery Service

( 3cI nuclear war would obliterate of the rt'att"st.The ganist is undoubtedly a great

D I rE S TN rE whole nations, and that the visit to the Holy Communion artist and one of the finest I ARLINGTONSEA EX 8-7407

C I D R communists could not win sucha Mass and breakfast t, have ever heard, as he played

war, Khrushchev indicated of the Holy Name Society oi for a most excellent choir of FOOD CENTER[: 1244 Kings Ave. Et't"

that the Reds can go on as they All Souls Chapel at Raiford approximately forty men. Seafood At Its Best

are and take over the world.It prison was a tremendoussource :: This manifestation of zeal TRY US SOUTHSIDE'

has been suggested that a of edification. and devotion by these Holy Ph. 724-3177

stake in the PekingMoscowtussle Name men who have so much 1339 Cessary Terrace

so.iu l 19)) is the.allegiance of the Winter Garden cause to be depressed and dis-
4t h st, couraged, should serve as a ALL-STAR
.- 2 401- rest of the 90 communist parties On January 14 Father Hug L -
of inspiration for the 1'-;
Moscow says exist round l V. Keane of the Catholic Mission source ,. =. Business Machines Co.
IOUNC the world. However, this i is i of West Orange Count: rest of us to appreciate more t;
GO-ROUND" fully the blessings we Cleaning and Repairs
many
only a by-product of contentior l .
of th
MERRYFresh here called a meeting <
On All Makes Of
[ have constantly bestowed upon _
the best method of bring
over women of the Mission for the
'm us. Their pastor and spiritual SHOE CRAFTS Business Machines
IP' Allf l ing the Free World to commu purpose of establishing Worn I r!
director Father Cornelius A. RV88ERSAMPS
nist slavery.It en's Guild. At the meeting th,
is, as the. President ha; group chose as a name for their r| Dougherty has every reason to w
be well pleased with their
per-
said, a disagreement organization, the Holy Famil S The finest '
d Rubber /
Service
formance. One Day on Stamps
means, not ends. Guild. At the same time thes

Seafood 'Obra MissionersSAIIAGOSSA temporary: Mrs.officers Michael were Gerant appointed | Tarpon SpringsI in Shoe Ph. 353-1368 3726 Main St.

i (XC)The society Mrs. P. H. Britt, Mrs. DonalMattiota I I ST. IGNATIUS Repair

.. II OYSTER SHRIMP for Latin American l Mrs. Joseph Brigg:;! A State Sunday honoring persons .' 'b

1 CRAB MEAT LOBSTER priestly and lay cooperation L and Mrs. Marie Sansbury. from different states is a
-
hopes t 0 send 1500 to 200C I Father Keane has also call e I' regular Sunday afternoon event GEORGE & LA MARS

Marine fishes are especial- MEAT SCOLLOPS Priests and laymen to Latin l. a meeting for the men of thi; at St. Ignatius Church in Tar- 3118 Atlantic Blvd. lfj
America in the next three 01 Mission to formally establisf t 1 pon Springs. Father WilliamH.

ly rich sources of iodine, STONE CRAB CLAWS- four years, said the society's I a Holy Name Society here. Neuhaus joins members of HAIR STYLING STUDIO

required for the properfunctioning president Archbishop Casimirc I This meeting is set for Friday, the parish to greet all who haves FrR D'sAB'0,0'D:5 "

TROUT MACKEREL Morcillo Gonzalez of Saragossa. January 25 at 8 p.m. and i:! ever lived in or are just visiting SPECIALIZING IN GENTLE BODYWAVESAND
F of the thyroidgland The 10-year-old society has I scheduled to be held at Doctoi rt from the state which is STEER

containing 50 to RED SNAPPER SEA so far arranged for 650 Spanish l Gleason's office in the Wes't being honored on the Sunday ROOM INDIVIDUAL STYLING

Priests and 64 laymen to go tc I Orange Medical Clinic on Nortf t 1 assigned. Sunday, January 20, THE BEST IN MALE STYLISTS

200 times much of this 21 countries. Boyd Street. the
as BASS KING FISH state of Michigan was Air-Conditioned Night AppointmentsPhone

essential element as any honored.On 765-5978 8132 Lem Turner Road
POMPANOBLUE Sunday, January 27, those OItAA00AL S&CtLSO
Travel Plans
For Your 1963 ,
other food. Oysters, r 4. from Illinois, Indiana and Ohio

FISH FROG LEGS will be honored. STEAKS
Shrimp and Crab Meat -
Sunday, February 3, has Foot .f Beaver St. VUdaet
contain the minerals which TURTLE STEAK FLA. PILGRIMAGES been designated for the statesof EL, t"111Prescrlptious %WU4t ,

Wisconsin, Minnesota North
help build up the hemoAND MAINE LOBSTER Dakota, South Dakota and 1 Ya

i globin content of the To Every Shnneln The World! > Iowa. Filled 1 11WEATHERPROOFS

DANISH AFRICAN AND &*.?. -w* f -2"* _**3Ti Plans are underway for the Lenses Duplicated
blood and prevent or rem- annual "fastnachtfest" to be an Contact Lenses

nutritional anemia.AUSTRALIAN LOBSTER i *The Shrine of J'i o1 Is p chid meivhere event of February 24. Barbecued Wilson
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l 1' Catholic Comment'Frank J. SheedGuided New Farce: 'Pekina Wants Big War'

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by Our Lord's Laws ALMOST a quarter of a cen- about this Red Chinese statethis view is pinpointed in these II

I was asked by ment that almost makes it a words:

I Conscience Helps Us Obey the communist politburo to debate call to world war. "Nor have we ever con-

;, in Pittsburgh with an Both concepts are wrong. sidered that the avoidance ofa

N Youth Needs More than Survival 44T .still don't see why a man who follows his conscience English-- gentle-- Neither the Soviet Commu- thermonuclear war in the

*needs a Church." man. He was nist party nor that 0 f Red Caribbean was a 'Munich."

As always it is best to find what the Questioner actually Sir Arnold China wants a big war, which What we did strongly oppose
'I THERE is nothing worth dying for. This distraction cars, boats, television and Lunn, and I might be thermonuclear, for a and will strongly cppose in the
before to This
t Is what some young authors soft living. We are producing, in too many means beginning answer. learn with re- | simple reason. They both know future is the sacrifice of an-

I and playwrights are now suggesting by instances, youngsters who are soft, physi- particular questioner almost certainly regards gret that he is that at present we would other country's sovereignty: as

way of their works. On the other hand, on cally and morally. To such youths, to give conscience as an inner voice which now makinghis devastatingly defeat them.In a means of reaching a compromise -

the other side of the ocean, :Mr. Khrush- up a materialistic heaven for a kingdomnot says "That's wrong" or "You oughtn't"So last tour.g the "People's Daily" editorial with imperialism."

chev says he knows of no one who has returned of this world is almost asking the indeed it Js. But we must ask questions through the of December 13; whicheveryone ,And to clinch the matter
about that voice which the questioner United States. that understand
from the next world to say that it impossible. We say to such a child of this per- His can examine in the so we may
haps has not asked. I don't mean only- Christianc what the sln o'let rebate
December
"Review" of
is a better place to live. generation, "Liberty or death He an- Peking
nsldera- is all about, the Peking People's -
Whose voice is it? The answer to that is 21, we read:
I So swers: "No! Rather Red than dead. Lib-
you can undoubtedly get the play- to
Daily on :
goes say
it is But rather-
simple enough: our own. like the
'The people of China,
wrights and the authors to go along with erty is a thing of the spirit. We are fail- Louis F. Budenztion "We marxist-leninists are no
How much authority has it? It utters a people of all other socialist
the slogan, "Rather Red than dead." ing in too many instances to give our chil- I believers in the theory that
of and what for of the
judgment right wrong, by was me as an opponent and countries and the rest
Every man fears death. But when a man dren spiritual guidance. For so many, that judgment formed? Primarily by the his rapier-like expose of communist world, love peace. China has weapons or nuclear weapons
has no price limit on death he ceases to death means the end to heaven; whereasthe mean everything. We never be-
philosophy and tactics followed foreign policy -
laws of right and wrong, the s Moral Law, built into us by always a
I be a man and reduces himself to the Christian says, "what does it profita our Maker-in the sense in w rhich physical and mechanicalthey made a deep impression. I was of peace. We have consis- lieve that nuclear weapons can

I I animalistic jungle which fights only for man if he gains the world and suffers laws are built into an engineby happy when he was one of tently and energetically foUght decide the destiny of mankind.We .
; survival. the loss of his own soul. reject the good; they can those who welcomed my returnto for the relaxation of interna- are convinced that the

The new species answers: "What doesit its maker. be paralyzed by custom, an- the Catholic Church. It is tional tension and in defense masses of people are the decisive -
One feels for those who would God did not first make us
sorry esthetized habits in- force in the development
by long very strange that more than of world peace.
profit a man to lose his life? Death is
equate life with existence and death with then impose laws; He made us dulged. two decades later, after lecturers initiator of the of history."
great "China was an
a equalizer. There are no pocketsin
law. If misusean
oblivion. Our generation has produced this according to we Our minds, in fact, are rather like Sir Arnold and the Five Principles of Peaceful Co Now, when the communists
shrouds. But for those who have
A set no engine it begins to creak,
like computers. Into the computer testimony o f excommunistsshould speak of their influence on "the
I species. We hold up to our youth material- price on death, there is very little value grind, make knocking noises: is fed a mass of informa- have educated this existence. We have consistently coexist.- masses," they mean necessarilythe
istic ideals. We them in world of in life. conscience is the advocated peaceful
place disturbed
a a
tion: it sorts it, balances it, and country, we are still confrontedwith ence with countries of different infiltration of a capitalist

equivalent of this when whatwe produces an answer: all in a a mental confusion on social systems on the basis of country's means of informationso
misuse is our own self. second. And the will be
split answeris ccmmunism. that the people
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for
the Five Principles, stood
; Father John J. CastelotPsalmist The trouble is that we reno di.
if communist-line
always right-but only Because Khrushchev has declared the settlement of international moved in a
I j longer as God made us. We all the parts of the machineare in his December addressto disputes through negotiationsand rection. Thus it was that when
have been variously distortedby in order and the the communist
working the supreme soviet that "the opposed recourse to force." Moscow ordered
Voices Cry for Justice our ancestors, by our own machine has been fed the right Albanians," bwhich. he means; Look that over carefullyand party of the United States "to
of
a action, by the whole run information. the Chinese communists, were go to the masses," in 1933, it
i' I human life. We inherit bodies In our computing minds at you will see that it for the formation
situation described in This unholy lot bent solelyon do abominable deeds bent on getting Soviet Russia opened the way
there is
; with weaknesses in them; we .
declarations
with the
THE any given moment are the | agrees of the infamous Washington
and the United States into
I 13 is one of. unrelieved personal gain, ground the not one who does good., weaken them further by our
spontaneous reactions of our "collision much of of Khrushchev' him>elf. cell and the great infiltration -
evil and corruption. The lower classes into the dust and, But God does care.lie looks own sins. our press i
author uses such general and all in all, created a situation down from heaven to see how Xo single one of us has in nature (which may be a very has unwittingly trailed after Then it goes on to say: that accompanied it.

sweepingterms which cried to heaven for ven His children are behaving, his nature a faultless copy of badly the moral damaged standards nature acceptedby indeed), his arguments. "The Chinese communist What the Soviet anti Chinese .

terms that he geance. "to see if there be one whois God's laws.Cardinal The Washington Post has: party has always maintained communists arc debating

to be The psalmist voices that cry. wise and seeks a God." Newman uses as an our society (which are a followed up its huge displayof that in order to preserve world is not the question! of a
mixture of good and bad), such
thinking of the But first he touches on the In verse four the psalmist analogy the moon reflected in moral have the December 31 statementby ; peace, realize peaceful coexistence big war. It is the question

universal sinfulness root cause of the malady: The pleads the cause of the op a lake. When the surface of the teaching as may the Peking "People's Daily"' and ease international of how much intelligence or
from Our Lord
(
I of man fool says in his heart, "There pressed. They are being eaten lake is still, we get a near- come or Budda our way, or Karl Marx or, with a series of articles and I tension, it is necessary first of stamina American nation

:. kind before the is no God." alive by the rich and p<..werful. perfect reflection of a circleof whom you please). editorials. all, to oppose resolutely] the has.

Flood. But his It is their cynical disregardof The latter, in their arrogant golden light. But a wind They have all been basedon U. S. imperialist policies of aggression And Khrushchev himself

I anguish is too '..-p.. God which has led these folly, can't seem to realize that can lash the surface: it is still Let us glance at our bodies the idea that the Chinese and war and to mobilize through the pages of the December .

j I real and immediate '1 men to perpetrate such God is just, that He is on the the moon that is reflected, but once more. communists underestimate"our the masses of people to "International Affairs,"

i ; he crimes. side of the afflicted and that only in sparkles and flashes God's laws are built into wage a blow-for-blow struggle smuggles to the comrades here

woum_ narcuy Not that they defied God's one day the oppressors will I with blackness between. If we them, but we go to doctors all power," and want a big against U.S. imperialism." in effect the information that

be upset over such a remote existence; such speculative tremble in terror before His want to know what the moonis the same; God's laws are built war, whereas Soviet Russia In the December 31 Red Chi the United States remains "the

situation. And in fact the atheism was unknown amongth avenging justice. really like, we must look at into our souls, but we go to wants peace. nese statement in the PekingI enemy of the peoples 0 f the
the Church all the
'. : prophets use strikingly similar Hebrews. Theirs was rathera The day of reckoning did the moon, we should get a very same. They have also intimatec I "People's Daily" as it appears world" as the Moscow Declaration -

S language in depicting the wide "practical" atheism: while finally come, when the armiesof odd idea of it if we saw it onlyin And whereas doctors can that there is something newt r in the Washington Post itself, of I960 declared it to be.

( spread corruption which pre- admitting God's existence, they Babylon battered down the the lake.If only do their best according to

,. .- ceded and occasioned the denied that He took any prac- walls of Jerusalem, sacked the we want to know the the point human knowledge

Babylonian exile in 587 B. C. tical interest in the affairs of city, and dragged its people off Moral Law in all its clarity :.,.has reached In their field, the Father Leo J. Trese

!ri The suspicion that the psalmist men. into exile. And although all suffered and certainty, our nature is not Church has been entrusted with i

is writing in the same his- They ridiculed the idea that it was the upper classes sufficient either; we must lookat moral teaching by God Him-

: torical context is strengthened, He rewarded the good and which suffered most of all. it in itself, as God has taughtit. self.This Dearth of American Saints Viewed

: if not precisely confirmed, by punished the sinful and thus The final verse seems to have does not mean settingup - -- - -- -

I the references to salvation and convinced themselves that they been added to the psalm at a The moon, you may think, is the Church's teaching as few weeks ago Pope John dollars may be spent, plus an- more volatile, more emotionally

\ restoration in verse seven. could lead dissolute and law- later date.It rather a long way of f-not onlyin something distinct from con- A XXIII canonized three other 40 or 50 thousand dollars uninhibited. This is not necessarily i

\ In the period before, the less lives with complete im is perfectly intelligible as space but in relevance. Let science, to which conscience new Saints. Two of the Saints for the expenses of the actual a defect, but it is a dif-
punity. a for mercy, now that look at body nothing must yield if it happens to
exile religion had become prayer us our own were.. of Italian nationality... one canonization ceremony at St. ference.
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was of French In 1950; Pius XII canonized -
Pope
sham and vice was rampant. ignoramus but a malefactor, been meted out: The laws of bodily health Conscience is our intellect's
.. origin. This Moreover, for a successful Maria Goretti, an eleven
Most responsible for this one who ignores God's law and Oh, that out of Sion would were built into It as the laws, judgment of what it is rightfor
event was a renewed outcome to the process, there old girl who died defending
S sorry state were the upper acts accordingly. 'The second come the salvation of Israel! of moral health into our soul. us to do; the Church'steaching year
!. reminder mustobe irrefutable proof of her charity.
classes: irreligious kings a half of verse one gives an authentic When the LORD restores the Yet no one of us is a perfect is one of the elements that we do miracles worked through the

greedy bureaucracy, a selfish definition of the typeof well-being of his people, then model of how bodies were by which the intellect not as yet havea intercession of the proposed Before dying of her stab

and cynical clergy, venal person the psalmist has in shall Jacob exult and Israel be meant to run. forms the judgment.We single native Saint. wounds she forgave her attacker

judges rapacious financiers. mind: Such are corrupt; they glad. Their reactions cannot be a ,must always obey con- born NorthA and promised to pray

; hundred per cent trusted. Dam- science, for to disobey it would mer lea n..*.. Ordinarily God does not for him.

Iti aged by dyspepsia, they find mean doing what we judge to Saint. St. Fran- work such miracles in favorof If a tragedy like that should

j : Question Box wholesome food intolerable. be wrong. cis Cabrini was the candidate for canoniZation happen to an American girl,
anesthetized, they But precisely because we are until there has beena
Paralyzed or born in Italy we would be highly indignantupon
cannot feel the jab of a knife. bound to follow it, we must and later be- great outpouring of prayersfor reading about it in our

F We AvoidQ. Severe Blows on HeadQuestions The reactions of our minds take every means of ensuringthat came- -a- naturalized Americar 1 that intention by large newspaper. We might take upa
trusted its is right: no numbers of people.
judgment
cannot be wholly citizen. The Jesuit martyn") collection to help her bereaved

Q. My husband died, due myself as a Catholic. She either. means is surer than to know were Frenchmen who she I With some hesitance I offer parents, but it never

k : to some strenuous work should be ad- said all Christians belong to They can be similarly dam- what our Maker Himself has their blood on our soil. We dc) the theory that we Americansr would occur to us to clamor for

l which he did. I claim that if dressed to: Question Box, the Catholic Church but not aged by immoral action, so that said. not have a Saint whom we ma do not have Saints because we the child's canonization.In .

I he had taken it easy, as the The Florida Catholic, P.O. the Roman Catholic Church. claim as completely and typi. are too "practical minded." By fact, I suspect that most

doctor prescribed, he would Box 3551 Orlando Florida. What is the difference be- Father Patrick O'Connor cally our own. Should we b( and large we are not an emotional Catholic parents would] feel,

not have had the heart at- tween a Catholic and a ashamed of this fact? people. "Our own daughter would

tack which killed him. However pray to God for protection Roman Catholic Christians Scan That is not an easy question Soberly we adore God and have done the same," and

people keep telling me against physical evils for He Ceylon to answer. our Lord Jesus Christ. We probably would be right.

: that it was to be that way, is still Master of the Universeand A. There is no difference be- An examination of the "Cath. honor our Blessed Mother and There is no need to envy our

I and that our lives are all laid of its laws. But he has tween a Catholic and a Roman More Threats to RightsTHE olic Almanac" reveals that the} give an occasional nod to a Italian brothers and sisters

out for us when we are born.I still given us common sense Catholic. The Church is called great majority of Saints canonized : favorite Saint such as Saint their long list of Saints.If .

call this fatalism and do not and reason dictates that we Catholic because it teaches all Christian citizens of Ceylon, more than 800,000' in modern times have, Anne or Saint Anthony.We Cod should decide that

believe it"Will ;you please should take care of our healthto divine truths and it is for all fear that their religious liberties may be further' been Italians. In second place; would deem it unseemly] we need canonized American
comment on this.A. some extent. We all neglectour men and all times. The mem- to let ourselves
pp become
emo-
restricted.It (and quite far back) are French l Saints, lie will provide them.
To begin with, we know health to some extent; we bers of the church are right- This statement marked by tionally aroused over the
with In the
is still doubtful whether nationals, Spaniards a t meantime we shall
that life is a gift of God. We overeat, we do not get proper fully called Catholic because an anti Christian partisan sanctity of deceased
all that they fear will come to \: poor third. some continue to bend every effort to
are bound to use ordinary exercise and therefore our they belong to this Church. spirit, includes these words: friend neighbor.
But there is no doubt \: Does this mean that Italiar L or use well the graces that God is
means to preserve it. guilt in these matters would We are called Roman Cath- pass. "The freedom claimed for pri-
> Whether this is good or bad, giving us. We can and must
about the intolerance, marxist Catholics, as a people, are: we
God has established the depend on *iow serious the olics because ((1)) the center of vate schools is no more and no,I .
other I do not pretend to judge; but come to sainthood in heaven
of
and tactics than Catholics
physical laws of the universe neglect is. Certainly a the Church is in Rome; ((2)) the ideology political less than the freedom to destroy -, holier
person it is the way we are. In southern even though our portrait never
il f
that have given rise to their nationalities? Civic pride,
which also govern our bodiesso who fails to brush his teethis Pope is the Bishop of Rome; the freedom of the peo.
fears. nothing else, will prompt us tc> Europe temperaments are will grace a holy card.
we are bound to respect not going to be in the same and ((3)) we practice the liturgyor ple."
rite of Rome. Already nearly all their answer, "No!" to that question
these laws within reason to serious position as the person
schools build- Ceylonese Christians have the
-management, Then why preponderanceof
preserve life. who would drink alcohol "Roman Catholic" as your reasons to fear that all for RANGE BUT
ings, grounds and movable Italian Saints?
A severe blow on the head against his doctor's orders. the term is the TRUE
neighbor uses eign missionaries will be refused -
property have been taken
will cause death. We cannot Most people take reasonablecare designation employed in the by the renewal of their One easy answer would b
presume that God will prevent of their health and in legislative enactments of Prot- the government.Xo permits to stay in the country that Italians, also, have theii By M. J. MURRAY Ccprrlfht.1N. KC.W.C.x....-..
natural effects from taking visas are given for sorely national pride. Most of the!
the case of heart patients it is estant England. The Church of after 1964. That would
place and therefore we avoid delicate to draw the line. needed new missionaries. members of the congregatiorof ..
very England tried to play up the mean, in effect, expulsion.The ll
blows the head. We Nursing Sisters who have rites are Italian prelates and l N DETAIL AND PSG1$ ,
evere on No one wants to become a mere branch theory by referring to &wtl' ft4-r.us U3V2LV ViRGlM CHILD
:
vegetable in order to keep alive. itself as the AngloCatholicchurch bEen working, at government Ceylonese clergy, while the process of canonization is; 7b- ..' A Pao ed&c.4

So heart patients do gamble by in an attempt to dis, request, in government hos-increasing steadily in number,,. in their hands. They could be! ; .- I EOOK or KELL?,

way of activity. As a matter of tinguish itself as separate from pitals and leper homes are will not be numerous enough L i forgiven if they were partici '.- S AS 2XT Z tXECUTTD cD4nJY GOSPEL BY IRISH,

.. fact we gamble when we drive the Church of Rome. being asked to leave, in spite, to minister to the Christians::!i ularly zealous in expediting the .,. I MOHK5.
for at least another 10 .. their fellow, '
since there is the possibility of of what a health department years process for one of
Lately, In our country, the .
Meanwhile the Priests are over citizens. : ,
death by accident.As leaders of many Protestantsects official calls the "acute shortage" worked. 4 ', t

far as being fatalistic, have been behind a of nurses. However, this answer hardly
our physical life In general is \ There is evident discrimination "We accept aid with both l is adequate.
movement to refer to Roman
us as .
governed by physical laws. Godis Catholics. against Christians in gov-hands, Felix R. D. Bandanara The fact is that very few

PublUhtd every FridayS the Author of these laws and ernment and even commercial, ike, minister without portfolio,, "causes" of American poten-

FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc. therefore the more we under-\ The secular press has been J employment.. A n t Christian, adviser and family connection L tial paints have been Introduced -

4 S P.O. Box 3351 G..rdSUI stand them the less apt we are pressurized In some localitiesto I: prejudice is fostered by a minority of the prime minister, Mrs,r at Rome. _
IS* East Colonial Drive, Orlando to die. use the adjective "Roman" enjoying major influ-- Sirimavo Bandanaralke, told l .-- J'q ;1ThH cfARC1I7yc7s
Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada, when referring to the Catholic: this correspondent. "We receive Ordinarily it Is popular de :;v ,4MfL
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Tho Florida Catholic Is a member Plan countries, especially Can. Bishop, which sparks the be *D
the spiritual laws i The disunity of belief and 1 the foes>> of religions freedom I t.IGfThrNQ

of and the the Catholic National Press Catholic Association fVelfari' such as the Ten Commandments confusion outside the Church i are not satisfied j-ct. Various ada, and also very substantial]l ginnings of a canonization.I ICELAND ws wujHA&mcUPJOTHfS -"? ,--...
Service. Bognei' .. aid from the United States and I There must be persons I ?ClHTUJrr.THf.Fitr .
S Conference News the more apt he is to, is accented by our title "Cath.olic' alarming signs have ap- many Druct watt CtUic.
S and Martin, publishers' representa the World Bank. We have quite who are convinced of the dead l
which means "universal'since peared. HERMITS iff SOUKH orSauniDc =
tive. Entered as' second class mallS ]i Insure his eternal life. We askGod :
May 1, 1959, at Orlando, Florida, for the grace to keep His: all efforts on the part ol f A majority of the national]l a number of foreign technicians 5 person's sanctity and whc I

under the Act of March S. 187S. commandments and : non-Catholic sects to get together '. educational commission, 15 out;_ here." create a ground swell of pop

avoid spiritual death.thereforeI i I in a universal Church L of 20, has recently recommended ,. Catholic missionaries, how.. ular acclaim.

too we ask God to help us to, have failed, the negative ap. that all surviving "private" ever, from Colombo Plan coun. These persons must be en

Father Vincent K, Smith protect our physical life. We preach has been used of tryin: schools be "taken over im. tries or elsewhere may not t thuslastic enough, too, to beat
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Executive Editor if j: to usurp the name "Catholic' mediately by the state." Three! come, even as replacements. the high cost of canonization :
as everything dependson
Editors: MUt Jane Quinn pray '1 i
[ without earmarks of belns Those who here feel in. The I is ai: :; '
I Mark A. llrllwlcJoirph God and we work as if r any f members wrote dissenting: .are investigative process F R wtr or THC MIDDLE AGin.c $':
: A. Bo..lcI"AdHrUslng everything. depends on us. "Catholic" and at the sam< opinions. Eight of the majority P secure. exhaustive one, extending ONLY PCRSOH miVIUCGCO TOFOR.
Manager time attacking the Church foi:- then wrote a "rejoinder" to the That feeling Is only part oj E usually over many years and l Sl ; ..Q1lAf: -i; DEAmu .TMC POPE WAS TTWC ARCH-

January 25 1963 Q. My neighbor has called I rightly referring to itself am I three, the only rejoinder to ap. the uneasiness felt by all Chris. often to many different coun. () : PRtVlUGC BKHOP of WAS MAiN RCCOKOtO,GERMANY.OH WE SCAL AND Of fl4 TUCRlCH .
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Cardinal Meyer States Conference y.. .P
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Zf Communion of Saints i Benefits

! Honors Emancipation Proclamation ,
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e Seekers of Truth Theologian SaysVATICAN

L CHICAGO (NC-Albert Cardinal Meyer has said the first National Conference on ,

Race and Reli ion here positive to the full implications of the centurv-
was a .. response has
CITY (NC-L'Osservatore Romano, the Vatican City daily recently

old Emancipation Proclama is spread everywhere," the Car that despite "hopeful sIgns"from quoted Father Luigi Ciappi O.P. when he cites the statements of Pope Leo XIII and

tion. dinal said. the meeting there are ,Pope Pius i XI "Those who were validly baptized belong by right to the Church although -
l In a statement of January He said the problem is fundament still "soft spots." ( find! : themselves_
I Ii1 they lIe continued: "There is alsoa sacrifices Himself dally in the
11 asking Catholics in the Chi &lly a moral one, "In- Archbishop Hallinan and
off the right road because of ,
cago archdiocese to pray for volving,: the spiritual character four other members of the sacramental conformity between Mass, Father Ciappi added.
the conference's work, the of every man, hIs United States Catholic hier e false doctrines. all validly baptized persons "Thus there reigned In the
> Father Ciappi, the official and Christ the Head of (Second Vatican) Council, at
Archbishop of Chicago said
uniqueness as an Image of archy were asked to give on- 4 *?
that racial prejudice is an evil God, and his inalienable the-spot comments on the con papal theologian and Master of the Mystical Body; they are which even the representatives

1 which has been inherited. rights given by the same ference last week. the Sacred Palaces, has asserted therefore at least basically of the separated brothers as-

"The challenge which, this Lord and Creator of all, whoI The others who commentedare ) that there are nonCatholicswho incorporated in it. sisted, a certain unity not onlyof

evil in our midst Is not I* dishonored when any of Bishop Vincent S. Watersof I ISf are "real Christians" and He recalled that Christ minds and hearts but even
4 poses therefore In communion with of external worship," he said.
Ills children dishonored Francis J.
are Raleigh; Bishop prayed and died on the Cross
Just economic, or political, or the Mystical Body of Christ All separated Christians who
because of their physical difference Schenk of Duluth, assistant
social. Nor is it confined and benefit from the Communion so that all believers in Him long for unity were somehow
background or na- episcopal chairman of the
geographically; for honesty tional origin"Cardinal NCWC social action depart. of Saints.He might be one. present with the celebrant of

included among "real For this same Intention He, the Mass In the council hall,
compels us to admit that racial Meyer said that ment one of the three agencies
prejudice has deep roots and although the problem of preJ- which convened the confer Christians": 'baptized persons prays constantly in Heaven and he asserted.
who have "supernatural faithin
udice and segregation is Inherited ence; Bishop William G. Con-
Christ the Redeemer and
this fact does not ab nare of Greensburg and auxil
solve Christians "from our re- iary Bishop Leonard P. Cowleyof who are united with Him DAYTONA BEACHWHEN
WEBB'SBARBQ !
A through bonds of charity and
sponsibility of both recognizingand St. Paul. 4
proclaiming its true nature Some 20 Catholic Bishopstook ',9rr.. r I respect for His teachings and
while remaining externally
when it confronts us." part in the conference, GOING BLIND, BUILDS SHRINE precepts
separated from the
RIBS-BEEF Also in Chicago ArchbishopPaul the first national meeting His sight failing, Joseph Gresco of Cleveland, a for- Catholic Church." IN DAYTONASTAY

PORKCHICKENORDERS J. Hallinan of Atlanta has convened by representativesof mer carpenter and cabinet maker, decided to build an He said such persons "live ina

praised the objectives of the the Catholic, Protestantand indoor shrine in honor of the Blessed Mother. Now onlya certain communion of supernatural AT

TO GO national conference but cau- Jewish faiths. shadow to Gresco the shrine is made almost entirelyof gifts both with Christ
Corner Ridgewoodand tioned that the battle against Archbishop Hallinan said t
sea shells which he gathered on a recent trip to Florida. the Head and with the mem- .
Big Tree Road discrimination must not be that "America is considerably b p0
bers of His :Mystical Body. For
South Daytona viewed in too narrow a context. overdue on reaching decisions." Father John A. O'Brien
that reason, he said, they "ben-
.
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The vicechairman "This conference, he continued
Archbishop, a -
Phone 255-2827 efit from the Communion of Our Restaurant Offers You A Complete Menu
of the conference said "is significant in that it
helps to force the national con- Parents Enjoy Faith, When treasures Saints, enjoying of merit in of part satisfac-the Rooms Available For Weddings, Meetings, Parties

science to make a judgment.: Serving You Is Our Pleasure
"Since the subject Is religionand Convert Son is Ordained tion and of prayer which cir-
DAYTONA BEACH culate among the members of 1202 Kidgeuood Route #1, Holly Hill CL 5-2514
race, should we not be con- "
cerned not only with religious WOULD you like to win a convert for Christ? If so, you' the Mystical Body.
From these! treasures of
justice to the Negro but to God's grace do this by setting a good'
the Communion of Saints
Welcome Travelers every other racial and national example, telling about your holy Faith and the peace and "flows a beneficial influence TOWN & COUNTRY p

1 Italian and American Food FurniturePorch group that suffers disabilities? happiness it brings you, by fervent prayer and encouraging' on all the children of the Redemption BEAUTY SALON (/
To keep the whole context in -
the
prospect to contact
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and Patio specialties Father Ciappi
e 5 P.M. "til I II P.M.
Open focus all of must think toward Catholic be Church
Priest. only one true because .
Rattan Iron stated.' lou Miouia Jn Ut on qualllrOur
Banquet FacilitiesClosed I Aluminum Wrought justice for all of us," he There are simple things there i it only one God, It can be affirmed, the Priest t tJ Ji.b Are qualified to Srrv -

stressed. which you and every other who cannot approve contradictory theologian said, that "Chris- lour Kvrry Itrauty red
Mondays Highway I Ormond Beach Bishop Waters termed the Catholic doctrines. IVrmantnl. (f'olor Shaping.Pedicures. V-
can do. Their fruit- faith
in
tians separated good KarlmU, Manicure:: r
conference of the most
SAN REMO one fulness is illustrated in the Protestantism is a house; from the Apostolic See, moved Mir hrrvir*

important to take place in conversion n".f divided. At first my parents 5 i by the Holy Spirit, tend to- "Make lour Wat with Beauty s ow"

RESTAURANT BILL'S SHOE REPAIR this country."It Joseph W. were apprehensive about the! ward becoming reunited with I'll. %53-6:11-S03: $t rabrrri IIh d. &Jfl&

1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL Is no doubt true, he Rushton of ,r,. turn of events and our minister the visible body of the Catholic nall76 \\ed. 9-9
stated, "that the South will East } tried in vain to dissuade me.I .
Hats Cleaned & Blocked Liverpool, Church on the wings of desire,
2-1357 benefit by the cooperation of Ohio, now as- was baptized conditionallyand r "
Member Our Lady of Lourdes of yearning and of wishing.
the three large religious groupsIn sistant pastorof made my first Holy Communion -
Father Ciappi quoted a lettert
639 N. Grandview
affirming and Implementingthe St. Chris- k on the Feast of Christ 1: from the Sacred Congregation :: Burn's Supply CompanyComplete

belief in the rights of everyman tine's parish in .k the King. Two :years later 1[[ of the Holy Office to Richard
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8 TRUCKS TOSERVE Youngstown. entered the !seminary. Dad and 1 Line Of
Cardinal Cushing, Archbishop
Furniture BooksGreeting Bishop Schenk expressed the Father mother encouraged me to dc} JANITORIAL SUPPLIES
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"Don't ShiT-ver. LLOYD COX certed interest in a serious these events in his life: God had given me to them,, to the Church.
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problem by the three major My parents were English immigrants they said, and if lIe wanted tc> He said such adherence is

2-3703 Office Supplies faith groups, the principles who came to the United take me they would be pleased,. through a desire which Pope "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS SINCE 1881"

CASHDISCOUNTS acknowledged by all will final. states in 1026. We were I spent nine years in the sem. Pius XII's encyclical Mystic!
Wm. A. Ritzie &
North Beach Street Sons
118
up ,Plam ly be put into practice through.out members of the Protestant inary. Corporis styled "unconscious."
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the entire country. Episcopal Church and I attended Before ordination
my my Some of these Christians, h Jewelers
Bishop Connare said "the its Sunday School. parents began instructions. pointed out, "shine with solid 122 N. Beach St. Registered CL 2-2552
conference succeeded in bring
Floyd" J. Tredway's' My father read to 'us stories When I arrived home the>r virtue to the point of the hero-
ing people of all religious con American Gem Society
from the Bible, and from "
my requested me to baptize them. ism of martyrdom.
Daytona Moving & Storage Co. i victions together on a friendly Catholic playmates, "I learned After pouring the saving wa-, There is, he said "a, certain L
basis to discuss a very knotty about the :Mass, fortY' ?Hours' .
Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC. : ters of Baptism upon the head: mystical symbiosis between thet
that affects the entire
i DAYTONA DR TAXI} problem" and Holy Communion of my own dear parents, I lefl members of the Mystical Body SCHOOL OF MUSIC

110 So. Campbell-CIj 3-16M 5fiO So. Bird*-HE 4-5387 nation. Our home was filled with to make the retreat for m y of Christ and those who yearnto
He said he would like to FRANK RICKARDS
see
the love of God. ordination. become members." "Symbi- R
the work of the conference '
Mother never retired in the Then at the celebration of m)f osis" is a biological term det -
EXPERT RADIO & TV REPAIRSLARRY'S "result specifically in greater evening without saying her first Holy :Mass I had the greal scribing the living together i In MUSIC CENTER
opportunities for the Negro
night prayers. During my happiness of giving dad ant 1 more or less::; intimate assocla-
A Modern
people in the area of housing..n Approach To Music Education
i TV DRIVE IN Bishop Cowley viewed the senior year in high school mother their first Holy Com i- tion or even close union of two Instructions On All Musical Instruments
mother was taken seriously'UI.. munion. dissimilar organisms.
Day Phone CL 30821Nite Phone CL 2-1760 conference as "a good testing I turned to God and begged 642 No. Grandview Phone 252.6123oie

LARRY GOWEN Owner 720 N. RIDGEWOOD AYE.BUCICSTRIMSHOP. ground for the new directionsof Him to help her recover. I attended

( ecumenical by Pope John.spirit" as suggested something church was missing.services but Cardinal Oi Hers' Personal

"If the conference falls in its Here Catholics have dis- *
a Mediation to Free U.S. Mend Lfranae 6 f rgjcriptlon OkopSINCE
alms it will be a tragedy, he tinct advantage over Protestants

said "because the world has a : the Real Presence in the

I Seat Covers Floor Mats right to look to organized religion tabernacle of the altar. BOSTON (NC)- Cardinal Cushing has saidif l SINCE 1932

for leadership in these The consciousness that Jesusis here he would go to Cuba, Fidel Castro invites him to, Prescriptions called for and delivered.

j .matters." present in the Holy Eucharist: negotiate for the release oj] Americana imprisoned there.
Complete Auto Upholstery"See fn Rental and sale
of
/ i quickens their devotion, intensifies The Archbishop of Bostor Hospital Beds,

Buck and Be Properly Trimmed" Reds Complain Of them to their pour fervor out their and heartsin helps said at he a presumes news conference the Cuba recently .1. and pressure to clarify from reports news that sources the: n Walkers, Canes, Crutches, Elastic Hose.

St. Ph. 253-9827 of supplication, money came from sources:i Complete line of sick room suppKes.;
142 So. Campbell prayers premier will learn of "my i interest l. ,
More Church Use
"with which I have no identification. -
thanksgiving, worship and in the American pris CL 2367123672 .:; : 246 So. Beach St.
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Member of Our Lady of Lourdes ;
BERLIN IC-The) Roman[ atonement. oners. I would not hesitate tj<
Catholic and Baptist churchesin i I had discussed religion with contact him in this matter. :I "I alone am responsible fors

Byelorussia, a republic in the, a Catholic! friend, John Wise, will go to Cuba if he inviteme. : the collection of this extraordinary

western part of the Soviet; who explained to me how much ." sum. The credit, howe DAYTONA AUTO PAINTERS

I -ANNOUNCING* Union, are attracting not; the Real Presence of Christ in Cardinal Cushing held th< ever, belongs to my coworkerse .

only older people but the the tabernacle meant to all news conference to elaboration and benefactors in the United l

DI VAL'S youth as well according to the, Catholics especially in time of his disclosure that he wa:s States and Latin America wh)

communist party newspaper, need.John the "mysterious donor" wh<0[ have supported my apostolice AUTOMOBILE
GIFTS OF DISTINCTION further that work," he said.
expressed
Pravda. raised $1 million, to help fre<
FINE LINENS -TOSS PILLOWSGIFTS Pravda reported this last t>: the Catholic Church Is the the Cuban prisoners release
FOR EVERY OCCASION week in an article entitled::: Mother Church which has! reI before Christmas by the Castr 0 was! a sponsor and adviser to
WHEN YOU GIVE A GIFT FROM "Where Are the Militant t I; tamed in all their integrity regime. the Cuban families commits Auto Painting fromr $34.75Asfc

DIVAL'S give the finest Atheists?" The article urged I l the teachings of Christ and In a statement disclosing hi: tee. tour $f elzhboi*
you communists to go Into homesand 5 the Apostles. role he said it is "appropriati e This consists of relatives of

126 VOLUSIA AVE. Ph. 255-4741 try to win believers tc j Prominent among these is and fitting" for a U.S. Catholii c< men taken prisoner in theg 544 No. Segrave Daytona CL 3-5873
I atheism. the doctrine of the Holy 1 prelate to have a part in freeini abortive April, 1961, Invasione l

The paper complained that t t Eucharist. "'the Cuban fighters' who lovi of Cuba.

In one district members of the:; Why had we Protestants discarded their country and the Faith o if He declared that buying the CL 2-2220 CL 2-2220

CHINESE & party and of the communist t[: this and other historic their fathers." men's freedom avoided "the:

youth organization "Comsomol", doctrines which Christians had At his new! conference, he slow death of the prisoners"and Water Conditioning

AMERICAN FOODS \J 0 "failed to show themselves a s believed for 15 centuries before said he would "even go to> added: "I do not so much Mates Good Water
Air :
i militant atheists." Martin Luther founded the China" to seek the release! of call it a ransom. I would rathercall Conditioning I1JJR! I :1'I

Chop Suey Steaks ) Most of the communists 5 first Protestant sect? Americans held prisonerthere it an exchange." Mates Good Air -_I Better At A Savings

SeafoodKONAKA1 L themselves, the paper added. Unwittingly John had not if he were asked to doS :"" Of $9.80 Per Month

I /1 have icons (religious paintings)I I only removed prejudice from >0. While In Dayton* Beach Up at 1 Better At A Very 'T"I

RESTAURANTORDERS or mosaics In their homes. my mind but also prepared the Cardinal CushIng said he ha:; Reasonable Cost Code 6616 (Good Housekeeping
KAY'S Restaurant
way for conversion. been asked to intercede fo r Figure)
PREPARED TO TAKE OUT Shortly after a visit at his Richard Fecteau of Lynn, Massachusetts 734 Main Street !

FOOD SUPPLIED FOR CHURCHES CLUBS BANQUETSPh. w' home, I found myself walking who is held a prh sUNEXCELLED FOOD Lindsay Wafer Conditioners

2-9487 703 Ridgewood Holly Hill ; past the Catholic church. I oner in China. AT REASONABLE PRICES

noticed a sign Inviting inquiries Cardinal Cushing said in hi S DELICIOUS

1 about the Catholic Faith. I had statement that he was Ident:iHOMEMADE PASTRIES

never met or even seen a Cath- fying himself as the donor of
Retail Sales olic Priest. But the next evening "
DAYTONA the million dollars because oRefugees' ) CLEANERS
Discount Prices I went up to the rectory I DETERGENTS
Your products when
yon YARNSBISHOPWOODSIDE
the doorbell. Father r
i advertise them often in and rang Ceremony e DEODORANTS llofcaite

FURNITURE THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC Homer Oliver quickly made me SAX JUAN (XC)-Archblsh 1. FLOOR WAXES
feel at ease and started me on op James P. Davis of San Jua::n Knitting Instructions
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Robert L. White Pres. Permanent, Silver Blendingand Cuba. The ceremony was spor 1-
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i II S*. AtUatle. Ormead H.ath hope that "this ugly thin g
Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building Opp. C..I.. heal HOLLY HILL In Cuba will soon disappear." CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia Municipal Airport 253-2537 Daytona Beach, FloridaI



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Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 25, 19G3 ... ) -- ..'. ,.,-... ....'..t....,: '. rs ,"'lt;:' I. .'
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a Staff Writer

ORLANDO-Schools are an extension of the home. Just as we strive to provide f 01
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I, .our families the best possible homes-and we know there is always room for improvemenl t -- k.

-so are we looking after our schools. A Catholic university-Boston College-has beer -

invited by Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley through the Department of Education to surVey _____ 1
and evaluate Catholic elementary and high schools in the Diocese of St. AugustineDr. ri

John J. Walsh, survey director, from Boston College, said at the outset of the 1 ,,t.

t evaluation study that his associates began with the premise that the schools of this: 1 r
'A'S t
Diocese "are performing at an exemplary level," but he added: p S

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"We are also convinced that our cooperative efforts can succeed in pointing th I r Th.

Way to even higher levels of of the team had decided which Sister Josephina also belongto s .
)
I ducational effectiveness. grade each would visit. Let the Boston College faculty

j Sister M. Josephina, a Sister Sister Josephina tell it in her giving a graduate course ii

I of St. Joseph from the Arch own words: supervision and a seminar ii

diocese of Bos- "Neither the principal nor administration.

ton who arrived the teachers know what gradewe You supervise and evaluate > F

in CenIral will visit. Some teachers are she says, in order to improve \

Florida in visited twice, for very goo learning.Classroom .
ORLANDO'S FIRST iIIAL SCHOOL NOW TAUGHT BY THIS FACl'LTY .
the middle of reasons. Sometimes, for ex- climate is detects<1
January to par ample, the lessons were so good by the educators from Boston. Visiting educators from Boston College received a cod dial welcome Mrs. John Roberts, Mrs. Everett Thurston, Mrs. Berle Windsor; middlerow

ticipate in the that we wanted to see this They told us that it was sense* to st. James School last week from the teachers they had come to ob- Mrs. Neville Wood, Mrs. Robert Furlong, Mrs. Edward Edwards,
'
survey, indicated s: S s, teacher again, operating in a very readily in a room and defined serve in the Diocese-wide survey of the Catholic school syst 2m.<< Pictured, Mrs. Wayne Schoffstall, Mrs. William Krehl, Sister James Therese and I

the careful different learning situation." it in this way: from left, front row, are Sister M. Richard, Sister Marc;:lla, Boston's Sister Gerald; back row, Miss Patricia O'Brien, Mrs. Norman Duval,

planning Entering the classroom, the It is the give and take between : Dr. Katherine Cotter, Sister Eucharia, Sister M. JosephinMrs. a of Boston, Sister M. Lawrence and Sister Maria Goretti.SCIENCE .

;and scores of Boston educators noted, they the teacher and the: '' ,,< .d>...... '! ...tI>. .. .'I"'It't" < ..S"-5 .,. .,t
meetings held i>. r rriir go quietly to the back of the pupil. It is the feeling of understanding .. own preparation for the lese W'':' : T..:;, ':."1

I before the College sent her and room to observe the teacher empathy. It is th e >n, all come under scrutiny. < *;. .
her colleagues to Florida for who carries on the lesson in feeling of the friendliness o f Said Sister Josephina, defin- y''V' ; L'.. t

on-the-spot visits. the usual way. the teacher towards the pupil. ing Catholic education: f

After Father Mortimer Dan- "We did not interfere," they You can tell when the teache]r "We take the immature and { a

aher, chairman of the Boardof said, "unless the teacher asked is ready to accept every pupil strive to teach them to act and
Catholic Schools, conferred whether the child is bright o; think as a child of God should
us a question. Then, ve r y : :.+.
with Father C. F. Donovan S J. the informa a slow learner. -intellectually, socially, emo-
quickly we give
at Boston College, a team of tion." Some of the situations tha t tionally." i.t;

three educators was selected. Teachers are advised aheadof have arisen which are indice s; (On these two pages, Then '.::...".."..'..".A. ". 'T
This team held a number of time not to put on any special -to the evaluators are shown i Florida Catholic gives, in pic- :'.. .. :..

meetings to discuss what they kind of lesson when the this generalization of wha t tures and by report, coverage .. .. .
i would look for and how they visitors come. They are to they look for, in regard ti 0 of an average day at an average -

I i would proceed. The deliberations perform as they ordinarily "classroom climate." x ."3d school in
were based on previous would.A Within the classroom, sai< the diocesan ..

r surveys conducted by Boston survey team member said:: one of the professors from Bos system now

College and the literature that "We examine the textbooksthe ton, I note how the teache; under study by : w ;
>c
Is available the of failure how th>- Boston College.In V
on subject. children are using, the test takes care ; < a g /
When the final team was results that are available in theprincipal's teacher appraises various responses the group )HE P1tSlsoraA

selected it was composed of office even the the children give; how, picture of the :

11 members of the facultyof teacher's plan book, if it is left the teacher questions; how hi:! faculty at St. t ro.w.. ?

the Boston College Schoolof In the main or she cares for the individua I James School,
there for us to see. ,, $
Education which Fa. differences in the room. most members b e
over however, we watch the teacher
ther Donovan presides as doing what he or she would do Another indicated: I notic were present F w
dean. what use the teacher makes o f when the pho-
on any day. .,
audio-visual aids. I find out i f tograpn taKen. Hissing 'IIII I
was
The 11 educators then re- They added: r > ;J
he she is from the picture were I f,;' I "l I Ii .
or confining teaching
ceived specific directions on "At St. James School, the !b group : x i 1
merely to what the book says:; Mrs Jack Algae, Sister Charles f.i.< :a.L J '
them.
the work ahead of well.
; children responded very STUDY AT ST. JAMES SCHOOL IN ORLANDOgrade I
Results of questionnaires had little of their does the teacher allow the e and Joseph Whigham. Mrs.
They gave us very
William Krelil: explains school children at St. __
poured into the college office had this child to bring in his own experiences ." Algae pictured in this paragraph
attentionVe expected
instructs the the amoeba a n <1 its James, Orlando, from the
faculties of the Florida ? primer S
the
from the teacher and
that
-namely,
schools. Teachers pohr, diction, class of children). emlopoliti=" t o interested left, Kerry Ilobei-t, Mary aH 'v .5. I .
the pupils would continue as if is
.... Jackson, Tom O'Keilly, Casey
The team needed to know the -
we were not present in
9 Stevens! Patrick Flynn and
certain material that gave "pro- room." Nora Bulling.

files" of the schools. This data, Depending upon the lesson lnW

the of S
compiled by principal the evaluator spends 35 :a
each school in the Diocese in. F, BOSTON SISTER
minutesiti\ class.
t.Ii: a ;
dicated such things as age and < e + > ;>d >
Knrli educator on the Burton Ali s k e Sister 31. Josephina C.SJ..
professional background of the College team has a set' of Y of the Boston College faculty i. *
teachers, the number of yearsof certain climate
criteria used as a check list. looks for a
teaching on the staff their classroom she
in a ,
wiit.e says.
The : "to up as .
purpose a e'F ,Y b.f
specialties.Sister The child has a right to aska
evaluation :
objective an as pos 45 4,
Josephina and her col- sible." question, to think, to tell ,.:

league, Dr. Katherine Cotter Sister Josephina said: "We the teacher how he Mould .t .d 2
were interviewed at St. James 1 solve In science
) a problem. :
this lesson
note the strengths of
;School in Orlando. They told and that, and make recom L..; ,S ? and in other areas, says Sister -

us the procedure for the edu- mendations if improvement t .s. g there are children Mho
:cators as they arrived in Flor- have
might be needed." frequently a vast
'ida to visit and to evaluate our amount of knowledge which
She knows whereof she
Catholic schools. 5, IL a wise teacher will use to
Father Terence J. Farrelly, speaks. For ten years, she has 7 advantage

pastor of St. James, greetedthe been a supervisor in her own At right Sister observed a

pair from Norton College, community-trotting in and out. third grade class) in St. James s f
of various classrooms in an attempt p s
both of whom have doctoratesin
School, Orlando, as part of
to help teachers-"in nc
education. the current study of diocesan;
Sister Eucharia S.SJ., the way doing this in a critical 1 HOT LUNCH AVAILABLEs ",('hools.1 the blackboard
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principal of St. J School cafeteria in Orlando Mrs. Earl Abeel smilinglyleft is Sandra Dunham.
was on hand to welcome the them to be better teachers s(> Manager: ,
visitors. that the boys and girls woulc I serves hot lunch to, from :Marilyn Amidon, Peter Turcotte and Jill Reese. St. --

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( System i Form IS Good Christians : .



By a Staff Writer

ORLANDO Simultane- :

ously with the announcement
W
last week by Father :Mor- fI"M w

timer Danaher that ten mem-

bers of the Boston College A J,

faculty of its school of edu- I IA Iz

cation would begin in-school Iii-
T,
\, visits in January, two of the Q,
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team of 11 members arrivedat 'Y ,A tll J az,' tee. tC

St. James School in Or- F e

lando. One of the two was PboAf N

Dr. Katherine Cotter, who, y

together with the only Sisteon M O s I IS Ia a .

the team, granted an in- Y4rA

terview while she was visit- s a .
.
ing St. James. .
d Dr. Cotter was asked to tell Aw
)
us what was her concept of : S

I the purpose of Catholic educa- I 1

tion, and she said: : 4

I The purpose! of a Catholic Q') .; ;

education Is to form youngsters :i'

who are intellectually
8
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superior and as well formed "

as they can be; and, of course, :
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to form them as good Christian -


a She*.."told us that there is a ; j .

great need for Catholic young _

people to enter the field of .
xe. "3aQ F : "y, ; > FYFRfISR: DEDICATFD! IDEALS-BE A TFAfIIFRSister '
parochial school education. She N.,.., --------
recommends this, she says, Eucharia, principal Cotter of Boston in one of St. Walsh, Jody Olson I Kathy

the of St. James School in Or- .lames' two libraries. Children Ridding, Michael Knez, I
"not only because of large __. ,........ ,, .. ., ,...... ,.. ,.. .. .... ..
numbers of children who at- -- :: -w. :; ""::: A4as.<.O.K" : :w J.@"' :<:r'f,77Y.K.eF: : : YY.B'3"NE'""""::.nllaaxY'AOK AcS'4 naei ua-$:- :!F- '> ; lando, joins Dr. Katherine are, from left, Catherine Thomas Lorch and Kainond

CITY BEAUTIFUL'S FIRST CATHOLIC SCHOOL GREW WITH PARISH OF ST. JAMES 11 urt'..
tend schools and the shortageof
religious to teach them." St. James School on Ridgewood Avenue, Orlando, is in the passing years. Across the street, in the fencedina 'Respect for Learning' Dr. (Cotter who has made

Primarily, she said, she counsels landmark in the City Beautiful, the city's first Catholic athletic field, boys (above) practice calisthenics under Catholic education her career

1 it as a vocation because school. Beautiful shade trees have grown tall beside it the coaching of Joseph J. Whigham. Edifies isORLANDO"I Josephina\ urgcx inure iiieiiilirn% of
the laity to exertisp dedicated
dedicated the
the
"the young, altruistic can find here ; wonder whether or not President Ken- by teaching
persons
the cities into the outlyingareas. : child, she said, the Catholic faculty: the Mliools the
an avenue "for the exercise of '. I think probably you've "Father John Thomas, the school will see to it that the Dr. Stepnen F. Roach, Dr. nedy knows that St. James i School is carrying on such a nation.parochial : of

such ideals. got to attract more members of Jesuit from St. Louis Univer- child produces."The William Cottle, Dr. Edward vigorous physical education

I Catholic school atmosphere, 1 the Catholic laity to the teach- sity, has called it 'America's climate of learning:; ,** Power, Dr. John Eichorn, :Miss program?"

she indicated, is so much freer j ing field." blackout' because parents lookto said the educator,. "is much Mary Kinnane, Dr. Marie The question was brought up Vv'V CHECK WITH jieor! >I stuart rrrCHECK WITH
for the teacher in this regard.
In the same interview, Sister the school to do the things more intense and more respected Gearan, Dr. Catharine Downey, last week in Orlando by Sister
The teacher inculcate .
Catholic ideals may and American M. Josephina C.SJ. expressedsome they are unable to do with in a Catholic school. and Dr. Marion Jeanne Jen- M. Josephina C.S.J., a memberof george Stuart'sCLEARANCE

i i thoughts upon Catholic their child. They shift much Father Charles F. Donovan nings. the Boston College evaluation r
ideals in children in a parochial r
|I education as seen through the that the home can do on to the SJ., dean of Boston College's The evaluators meet with team who was visiting Or-
she explained, whereas o uM +
setting, always 'eyes of Catholic parents: school, even to simply teachinga school of education and academic the pastor of the parish be- lando's first parochial school.
not -
this was
opportunity available in the public Parents across the country child prayers or how to bless vice-president, after confer- fore the study begins. The educators will \' sitdiot'san cc SALE
himself." with Father Mortimer will be here
ences They during
she said be
schools. today, seem to schools-elementary
in She said that was sad. But Danaher of the diocesan De- January, February and March, I
The latter, she said, in many avidly interested getting a and high in the next three
I Catholic education for their parents today, she continued, partment of Education, named at the invitation of the Most ; -
reference to .
areas resent any because of the knowledge askedat the team of educators invitedto Reverend Archbishop. At the, monthsIn 1 4s

religion, to prayer, or to a I child. They are willing to spend said the college level, know thata survey the schools.Dr. end of their visitation period, the short time that she 4
and spend large amounts,
Christian atmosphere in the Sister, to place the children in child must be academically John J. Walsh, survey they will submit to Father had been in Florida, Sister I n

classroom.In prepared and feel that it can director, heads the list of ten Danaher, chairman of the, Josephina had assessed St.
a school where the best kind of
regard to the increasingpercentage 'I education will be given them, be done best in a* parochial which includes Sister Josephinaand Board of Catholic Schools, theidetailed r James School. She remarked : Desks Chairs Filet Machines
of teachers In
lay school Dr. Cotter, and the follow- report. especially upon the interest of rv -
"and I am speaking now of
Catholic school systems. Dr. .. the pastor, Father Terence J.
it advantageous I Catholic education particularly |. 1Si f hrpu lfiJAH 31s*
Cotter sees as an Farrelly, in his school. He supplies ; I
she stressed.
'
trend. ; everything that he pos- : : :

There is not much difference, Time was, Sister explained, r s' r"F ...- ''-. ';; :..: sibly can for the betterment of george stuart 0r

she has found, whether a when a pastor would have almost .' ;'--* :;.:.- learning within the school, said
teacher is a religious or a layperson ; to inveigle the parish- "" :' the college professor.

in the Catholic school. j ioners to send the children to ."'; ':i.:1: : ::1 I said rII,..
I 1 Sister Josephina :
,
..... s'
To_ Dr. Cotter, the important i the Catholic schooL. 7-Y-- C Is
'": ...., : "I am very much edified with ,
school '
the :: -
thing is that "Within the last decade ,
Y'l: the excellent deportment of the
breathes with a Catholic atmos- and a half" said Sister Jose- *;' CHECK WITH georgo sluart KW"CHECK WITH J-tfo,*,
the
children and respect givento
has Catholic appurtenances "this Is not the .'. ..-
phere, phina way : to all teachers-lay and reli-

and Christian behaviouris at all. .. "
gious. "THE RAMBLES"A
allowed to develop and grow She explained why 4
the good teacher's She commented too, on the PLEASANT HOME FOR ELDERLY FOLKS
freely under about
has
teacher "Now this come cleanliness of the school, and COMFORTABLE ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS
instruction-whether the for many reasons; for one, the the fact that two rooms were Quiet, Restful Environment. Reasonable Rates

is a religious or a layman.that lack of discipline in many< a 3 "set up as libraries with some KATHRYN KERR CARROLL, R.N. -0\vner-Mgr.

She expressed the wish public school. Respect for au ,J excellent material for 1759 ALABAMA DIL, WINTER IMKK Phone 311) 4-7960
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she could show Catholic lay society thority-respect for learningare -
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the opportunity for them in-
not there. She was not volunteer work-
staffed
that she has seen in the fieldof dicting the public schools in ers who are by part of the Home O'HEIR'S FRANCES O'HEIR
Catholic education. The op- said. { FINE FOOD STORE
she
any way, and School association.She DISTINCTIVE CUTS
it she
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portunity brings FOODS FROM ALL NATIONSEXChl'T
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"It may be liked the hot lunch program I'IUHI1.1.. (It'*:II TIIK MOULD
of accomplishment ( COMMUMhT
stressed, a sense )
I she WK SHIP KKIIKKK: :
in all fields as well as in the rise of progressivism, C j -w provided for the children. hood (ill'.. thrrorn. W lnr. Etc.
said, "but that is on the down- MaltUnd 1'1... Highway. 17-l lMaliUnd )Mnllan! Flam Illclivmy 17.Mall -Vt
terms of advancement. dead." 4 And her praise was em- MI .3617 la nd 311 4-4971
ward trend or practically
"Perhaps this is an optimistic b la < phatic on the excellence of
\ie\\point said Dr. Cotter Nevertheless, Sister stressed, iI

"but I think it is true"She the lack of respect for learningis the physical education pro PAOUETTE MOTORS 14k. Religious Items

spoke as one who grew quite prevalent in the public Y gram. AUTHORIZED DEALLK Sterling Rosaries
schools.In Trained personnel, she noted, Hawk English Ford Lark
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she
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teacher-religious or lay. grade gets half an hour a dayof GA 3-1653
the challenge today. She said:
Frequently, she added the such training. She thoughtthis
"I think that you are goingto
Catholic school can be somewhat 1, especially fine in view of
need lay people in order to ?
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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 25, 1963 ,: """ -"':' -' ",) ''''--- -......., 'M < &; fr. 1#,. '.)!. :.'L'I"l. "' ""'y'n;
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J Free < ) -A half-
:: I hour film on Catholic schools
has made its television debut
Help I to College x 1 : t I here. It will be released later
s for national distribution to TV
AN oil painting of General t i<. stations and public meetings.

from a New York office Entitled, "Who Is My Neigh
Pages turn in the visitor's ttbd bor'Catholic Schools U.S.A.,"

Philippines, Corregidor, the film features Hollywoodstars
Australia and the historic Danny Thomas, Jane

"I shall return." In a moment Wyatt, Anne Blythe and McDonald -
what less fraught with world peril t arey. It was seen on
r \\fXBC.TV.
words posterity would scarcely
< The film is a presentationof
the gentleman seated with his back 1
of
I the Catholic apoMolatc
painting had faced up to a bitter :
-' radio, television and ad\er-
with a similar declaration. "I was [ thing here, in cooperationwith
of course, that it would return, that the national catholic
would have to bring it back," said educational as M>ciition,
Earl (Red) Blaik who left West : Washington' H.C.

years ago to assume a key The motion picture is described -
mess world.On as a major effort by
Catholic organizations to explain
that night in WashingtonIn
'52 when the football fathers, World the principles and operations
I employing tactics which practically LIBRARY 'LIVE' of Catholic schools.

amounted to a sneak attack freely library is Mrs. Albert Shepp (left), who has served as Written by playwrightRobert
had demolished unlimited alties. library chairman for than dozen Until her Crean, the film tells its
more a
years.
.1 substitution, Blaik was the nation's they his to this month Mrs. Herbert O. Carl- story through a fictional Bar
were family Germany low family which has three
I outstanding exponent of ( ) served as one of the Home and School volunteers in St. children, one on each level of H
two-platoon football one
team for offense, one for de be Catholic education.

i fense.Where Knute Rockne had pro heroes. Council Proves Challenge to Press
Why j I II
pioneered at Notre Dame and
Fritz Crisler had expanded at abandon By ARCHBISHOP JOSEPH T McGUCKEN
Princeton the The o f S an F. ra nci.,co
Army coach had ; Archbishop McGncken. chairman of the \('"'(' press Department, itsiied a statement saluting the ohservance -
brought the concept to full did. of Catholic 'Tress Month: in }'..bruatr,.. He a.....rt.. that the Catholic<< prcin face* IU Greatest challenge IrE
flower. And soon, save for a by Interpreting accurately for the world the event of the l Second Vatican (Council "most importantnews
and eient of our eenturj. A portion of the statement foll,,,,'''.
_ hard core of intransigent tra two ( ) 1.1 salute the Catholic thanks to their work, for the and leading magazines wouldneed -
ditionalists, platoons ruled the things.A V Y press with enthusiastic first time in history the entire expert help in interpretingthe
college field. felicitations; Our commendation world was enabled to take partin daily' Vatican press releases.
The pros, ever mindful of hovered ( ) is based on the increased the opening of an ecumenical The second session of VaticanII
-1 customer appeal, quickly adopted boo, distribution of Catholic news council, directly by radio and which is to convene September
the platoons, realizing that and at media in reporting international television, and also by the press 8, will undoubtedly present
they meant a more open, faster the ( ) national and local eventsas reports.He vastly greater opportunities to
and more exciting game, be- left the they relate to the mission of reminded them that they the Catholic press. The first
_ sides enabling them to make sured the Church, and in particularon were at the service of truth, session of the council was
maximum use of specialists.The the success with which the that the council, over and aboveits largely preparatory, like the
pros' present high popularity Even ( Catholic press has met the challenge external and secondary work of plowing and seeding'
is due more to this than coaches ) and the opportunity presented aspects about which the publicis the field. At the second session,
anyone other single factor. by the ecumenical coun- curious, is essentially a great the harvest will be reaped.
College football was at its In the cil. religious event. The life of every Catholic
had World-wide interest in the He encouraged them to take will be profoundly influencedby
much Second Vatican Council, not information from responsiblesources the council.
Herman J. Heidrich This ( only among Catholics but by M> that "in serving the Non-Catholics, too, will havea
& Sons reversed ) men of all faiths and of no truth you will at the same time vital interest in its proceed
Grower and Shipper. faith, has imposed upon the have assisted that 'interior dis ings.Our
Of Fancy Fruit and Vegetables tain Catholic press the serious dutyof armament' which is the absolutely "separated; brethren"
DANKEE BRAND PRODUCTS conditionfor will look with sincere and
But ( ) providing its readers with necessary eager
poses the most comprehensive coverage establishment of true interest to their Catholic
ecuted humanly possible; and it peace in the world." friends and neighbors for information
so has given the Catholic press the During the first session of and explanation of
1= cluding position of primacy in inter- the council, the Catholic press the conciliar decrees.

"How preting what may well be the distinguished Itself not only by
Largest Prescription their most important news event of its competency and honesty in
Pharmacy In the Routh ( ) : -our century. reporting the council, but in a tfttV1NG..
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 25, 1963 Page Nine
Excavators in Israel Discover

...
Council May Give New Role

Ancient 4 3
Citadel
Inscriptions

To Episcopal Conferences

JERUSALEM (NO)-Excavators found the earliest known Hebrew Inscription of

the word "Jerusalem" when they literally fell through the ceiling of a cave in the Negev I By Msgr. Paul F. Tanner

desert.Other. '.. :Li. ., XCWO News Service
lions, which seem to have The citadel '';"" .' oti k
recent archeologicalfinds royal found at I $ ,',," ',"'"'"'
:
include a 6th-century-B.C. been scratched Into the wall Ramat Rahel on the southernside L :tiii DEVELOPMENTS at the first session of the Vatican

i royal citadel of the Judean quickly, have two series of of this city is believed to that new, broad responsibilities may

kingdom unearthed on the out. words as well as sketches of have been built by King Joaklm : ; be delegated by the Holy See to regional episcopal con-
three" human figures" and two who reigned from GOO to 597 .' It :
skirts of this city and pottery : ferences.::
tailing ships. .) < of the Church consists in its
fragments dating from 4000 B.C.The On questions of revision of
basic elements of parish -
a governed
B.C. found in a section of The longer of the two inscriptions fortress seems to fit the he; liturgy for example, it appears -
Beersheba.The reads: "The Lord words of the prophet<<; Jeremiah ,< ,. ';, \ that episcopal conferences by a pastor; a number of

"Jerusalem" God of'the whole earth; the, ((22,13-and 14): -Woe to him .... ,. .. will be given the author parishes constituting the diocese -

found scratched inscriptionwas 0 nth e mountains of Juda belong to,, who builds his house on wrong 'k; i &' ity to introduce certain changes governed by a Bishop.
T
wall of a burial cave near the Him, to the God of Jerusalem." who says, 'I will build .! ; '> md to assure uniformity of Each Bishop is accountable

ancient biblical town of Lachishin An antiquities department myself a spacious house with : practice, in consultation with only to the Pope.

the north of southern Pales representative who reconstruct: airy rooms,' who cuts out windows -T: T he; Holy See. The only structure at the national

tine's semi-desert Negev region. ed the inscription said that the,I for it," A recently, found :, As council discussion intensifies level, apart from a

The Negev was well-pop- expression, "God of Jerusalem," ornamental window balustrade I iii ; on national Bishops' conferences plenary council, such as the

ulated in ancient times and has appears only once in the Bible... probably decorated the front of I : the Council Fathers Councils of Baltimore, which
'--
recently been the scene of This is in the second book of the fortress. will, be examining a phase of unites the dioceses of a given
major irrigation projects. Paralipomenon, in the chapter The citadel is in the second CARDINAL 3IEYEB AT RELIGION-RACE MEETING ,Church life in which United country, is the episcopal con-

i Before the recent finds, the describing the Assyrian king,: lowest of seven levels. The Chicago's Arehbishop, Albert Cardinal Meyer (second from right) was one of the states Catholics provide much ference.

oldest Hebrew inscriptions of Sennacherib's siege of Juda. lowest level goes back roughly hosts of the mid-January national Conference of Religion and Race held in Chicago.
"Jerusalem" were found on jar ((701 B.C.) in the reign of to the reign of Ozia (died 742, Pictured with him, from the left, are Archbishop William E. Cousins of Milwaukee; The National Catholic Welfare is behind the need

handles of the fourth and fifth Ezechias. (Only Jerusalem withstood B.C.). In that level, excavators J. Irwin Miller, president of the National Council of Churches, and Rabbi Julius Mark, Conference, now over 40 for episcopal conferences.The .
j centuries B.C. Translations of the attack of the As found what seems to have beena of the Council pears old, Is the second oldest
president of America.
main Synagogue Church is a living organism
house In tho
t the name In Egyptian and Ak syrians. royal vine- af the 44 conferences around
kadian, an ancient Semitic Both the content and the yards ringed by the houses of 1 the: world. It is by far the largest and has adapted itself

dialect have been found which std.le of writing seem to indicate tenant farmers. ]Pope Blesses Boy Portuguese MissionsTeaching having on Its staff 250 lay naturally mental environment to the new by govern-evolving
date back to 2000 before that The level above the Judean ROME people and 25 Priests.
years the inscriptiondates (XO Pope John ]: the episcopal conferences.In .
citadel has
Christ. from the reign of a Persian-Greek XXIII has sent his blessing! to The oldest is Ireland's conference .
citadel; the next level contains : Job Given But addition, the utility of
The newly! found inscrip Ezechias.fflemorialUiaeu. 10-year-old Francesco Giglio, begun in 1882.
a settlement of the fourth or ,who is suffering from leuke Episcopal conferences, which uniform practices, concerning <<

fifth century, B.C.; the next mia. The father fast and abstinence, for"
] boy's returned Not have rapidly increase'd in numbers
Funds Paper Charges
has Roman building of the ;
secr]recently on borrowed funds since World War II, range example) is much greater today -
AgnftOl Jnc. ond or third century B.C.; the j f from Brazil, where he had -
gone J from: a simple annual meeting than it was in decades
next has a Byzantine church LUANDA, Angola (NOAngola's )- have the obligation to dis
10 in the vain
years ago hopeof c of all the Archbishops to discuss -
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.- remains o f a nearly j f family. has declared that the Port- money permanent secretariat such as is much more
.IJ.UGOXn: GULF REACHES Arab settlement. has left The paper was taking to task j than it was 35 years ago. Mil-
11500-Alt. 19 Ph. 391-0111 581-7G11>> Recent excavations in ] uguese government Angolan the: NCWC. families
Beer- Bishop at Inaugural journalist Horacio lions of are moving
the work of educating An- The increasing importance of
sheba's former Arab market CONCORD XC Caio for his new book, "Angola, about the country annually.The .
(
) Bishop well
gola's native people to Catholic 1 these conferences as as
turned up fragments of a figurine Its Days of Despair The Missions
Phone 8() -H3.1 Ernest J. Primeau of Manchester missionaries without giving 1 the: experience of the first session growing importance of
of Astarte, the Semitic ; and Catholic Mission
4 gave the invocation at indicate that the council episcopal conferences in hand-
them the "
goddess of love and fecundity, necessary help.o aries.
1 the inauguration of John .
'will concern itself primarily is illustrated
national
as well as pottery fragments, Apostolado) said in an edi- It said Cab seemed to be ling problems
King, 44, a :Manchester lawyer,
torial that Portuguese law 'with world-wide problems and in the 1960 decree of the
cooking and eating utensils a blaming the ineffectiveness of
or.3fumt 11i1t ;as[ New Hampshire's 88th
c t $. gov will refer national problems to
\ fireplace and an oven. leaves entirely to missionary Catholic missionary work in } sacred congregation of rites reforming -
Jf'jlM q: 'Ic4t" I E'rnor.Ir.:: King, :son: of an Irish the conferences of the countries
the
\( These findings are believedto j i immigrant shoemaker Is the personnel task of teachingthe the northern part of the country 1 involved. the breviary and the
:
natives of this African ter-
2025 NINTH STREET SO. ST. PETERSBURG. FLA. date from the eighth" century j first Democrat to serve as the for recent subversion there.In The organizational structure Roman MissaL
ritory. This is "a tremendous
addition it cited Caio's con
before Christ. :state's chief executive in 40
burden from which the state tention that Protestant mis- ,II
Such seem to confirm the :years and the second Catholic
seems to have wished to rid
town's importance in the time to hold the office. The other, sionaries are sometimes more
of King Ozia. About two yards (Catholic governor was FrancisP. itself," the paper said. dynamic and persistent than

Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc. below these findings were pottery 1 Murphy of Nashua, who "The state:; has left the responsibility -Catholics. Florida'sCatholic
of education of the
i fragments and flint tools I died in 1958. He served two O Apostolado added, "The
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giving us! either teachers, teaching Portuguese and Christian is

Finest Service Available Regardless of Your Means equipment or schools," said due to the Catholic missionsmore Collegeof
Expert SaysPresident's Im ipacf of Togo () Apostolado."At than to anything else, de-

T. R. Downs, President D. W. Ford, L.F.D. thiNfOr)" moment, spite their poverty in materialand

D eath Unclearident there arc district governorsand personnel"
1045 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg Phone 862.3609 < administrative authorities

,. who claim that the Cath. I
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olic missions should distribute -
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impact-if any-the assassination 'ham University New York. Hie pupils and who fell the diplomatic missions are accredited !!

BRETT FUNERAL HOME of Togo's President Catholics in Togo number tpa'hrrH that the missions; to the Holy See, according 'Ida!
:
}(};),OOO, plus 24,000 catechumens to the new list pub-
Sylvanus Olympio will haveon in a total population /' Young Men and Women
the Church in the little 0t1.., Throne Donated lished here. I III1
1,110,000 spread over 21,85flLsquare
There 37 embassies and
west African republic.That QUEBEC (NT) -The Papal are

is the opinion of a specialist : 97 Priests miles., including The country 18 Africans has-, Zouaves of Quebec will presentthe 11 legations. The Uruguayanemhasy I I I
and the of
legation
l;; ;;h in African affairs, Father < 15 brothers and iDl Sis pontifical throne for the Indonesia are being kept II

John A. Bell W.F.. direc- 1 ters. There are one archdiocese, new Basilica of Our Lady of open by charges d'affaires. WRITE ''I''! i iI
tor of the African research and I one diocese and one prefecture the Holy Rosary at Cap de la !;I
Central Madeleine It was announcedhere Twelve n e w ambassadors ,
4810 Avenue St. Petersburg information center conducted ;;apostolic. I
William T. Towry TIIOM4S J. KKKTT here by the White Fathers of by Colonel A. A. Trudel of presented their credentials to DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS :

Catholic Owned and Operated Africa. First Edition ShinesSAVAXXAH the organization.Th Pope John XXIII during 19G2, I

Olympio was overthrown in (XC)-The first original Papal: Zouave, the list noted. They were the

ELgin 3-5533 Elgin 3.5534 a fast-moving military coup on (edition of the Savannah diocese's a volunteer corps which formed envoys of Argentina, Cuba, the SAINT LEO COLLEGE ii.
.
.. 13 in the
.. January Togo capital
-.I ( new the the principal of the
1'16 .. newspaper part pontifical Dominican Republic, Ecuador,
i. -
of Lome. The President'sbulletriddled ,
,J .er* city body was foundin Southern Cross! has been pub military forces, were Honduras, Iran, Ireland, Japan, SAINT LEO FLA. '

j1: mM[' t 1 I ; }. ,..NIGHSMITH. rUKUH DIRECTOI. front of the United States lished.Bishop Thomas J. Mc- chiefly French and Belgians re- Nicaragua, Peru, the Philip- 'i(

.r .:.. in Lome. cruited in 1890 to defend
} :tf '- I embassy Donough of Savannah said' in Pope pines and Spain. Two new min- I

lillf": :l''"7. jg\ COLON IALt Reports from Togo said i the paper that its name Is appropriate Pius XI. Later other countries isters-those of Finland and Presently offering first two years :;:,

L leaders of the military group because the Southern raised volunteers for the India-also presented their credentials :
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certain which of sev- uated as if at the extremities I ,,
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Father Bell" noting the" confused Crovs. It was published from l '

YIMS. political situation in 1875 to 1877 by a layman, Joe J. SCHOOLSHOLY

):dtItu A. Togo, said it is Impossible at Gross, according to an articlein

.4'.-.:....... this time to predict whether" the new paper. ..
the death of Olympio would The publication succeeds the

JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL ffffect the Church. Bulletin, the former bi-weekly NAME ACADEMYSAN
He described Olympio, a newspaper which published different veA

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e Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 25, 1963

Great Britain Mourns




Visiting Florida Schools Professors in Study Action W 0r I Cardinal Godfrey, 73


H ti rr (Coitllan from Page One) responsibilities in June, 1957,

large north England seminary.He when it established a separate

Continued from r age One) classroom," such as guidanceand pursued higher studies at Byzantine Rite ordinariate for

Asked if he had taken partin related work. .. \ gCyb.. the Venerable English College, Ukrainian Catholics in England .

,studies similar to that now During the visit he was ableto Rome, where he was ordaineda and appointed Archbishop

being undertaken ''in this Diocese observe the use of the facilities Priest in 1916 at the age of Godfrey the Byzantine, as wellas

Dr. Eichorn replied: and the materials the YY g4 y kS I I 27. Latin, prelate.One .

"Oh yes. At Indiana University students use. Jyes' : I After taking doctorates in of his major responsi-

I was involved in both Finally, selecting students at ;I philosophy and divinity at the bilities as ranking prelate of

supervising and teaching as random-"I don't know their I Gregorian University, Rome, the Church in England and

well as observing schools inaction names and I'm not going to / Y {N T i i I Father Godfrey returned to Wales was the constructionand

." couple names with their re- li.r England. Following a brief support of Catholic schools.

His phrase, "observingschools marks"Dr.. Eichorn fathoms + Ca < : period of parish work, he was

in action," strikes at what students feel and believe a assigned to Ushaw College,

the heart of the present study, about their school and observes x rr byr J xr" 9 aEr. r where he taught for 10 years. Sudan Stalls

for he and his colleagues from
their reactions to the type of ;, :t i He was then transferred

Boston College are gatheringdata education they are getting. : tu back to Rome, where for the

now which they will study next eight he was rectorof Mission Life i
"We have satisfied students," years :
and evaluate later for the use (
he indicated. "They are very t ) the Venerable English Col- i
of the diocesan educators.He .
enthusiastic youngsterSquitea 'Sr r' to lege. While in Rome he took Papal Envoy

remarked especially upon good, level-headed group. I9- part in several diplomatic mis-
the enthusiasm of the facultyat sions for the Holy See.
And certainly they are a very (CoQtlaurd from F.j. I..)

Daytona Beach. He said: neat, clean type of young : Although as papal delegatehe bring in the Pope's name a
i
"The teachers are interestedin Americans." # : was not accredited to the word of encouragement to the

bettering secondary educa- He entered Central Floridafor : f British government and had no clergy, the faithful and mis '

tion. And I think it is evident another Catholic high "'. diplomatic privileges, Arch- sionaries in the Sudan and to

that their interest is the children bishop Godfrey was granted make effort to
school data-gathering day, as every possible
which is the important well as a study at Lakeland'sSt. t :iJ,, .. full diplomatic status in May, persuade a cessation of the ,
thing." 1943 when he became
Joseph School-in the mid- ....... U A ._ _nnm.n .. .: .jf', .>>., .... I ",. ..:,:..,? n. ;_ ...,. ._ d'affaires, of the nunciature charge to "ever increasing expulsions of
He had the opportunity to dle of the week. missionaries in southern Su
FASHION SHOW AIDS ORLANDO'S MORNING STAR the Polish in exilein "
visit every classroom and government dan.
Today he will be in Tampa.He .
every teacher in Daytona Morning Star Auxiliary, those in charge of arrangements Grant and Mrs. Edward II. Francis E. Pierce Jr., auxiliary London. In this capacity he lie aid that he was unsuccessful
explained that while
Beach, to observe them volunteer organization serving were, from the left, Hunt, officers in the auxil- president, welcomed was the first Catholic prelateto in the second of
some of the Boston. College '
teaching lie also looked at Miss Lnboria Gentile who Jar)". the capacity audience at the hold a diplomatic post in his missions

records and probed) the areas representatives: enter a community the Morning Star School was chairman; Mrs. John Miss Gentile andIrs.. benefit event. London since the reformation. After more than a month in
as a team, they "split
"jou wouldn't observe in tile located in Orlando for handicapped During the war he won the the Sudan, Archbishop Me-
when to school
up they get a ,
respect and affection of both Geough returned to Rome to

to take Rather different pertinent classroomsand information. children, sponsored a Pious Priests Honored Catholics and nonCatholicsfor give an account of his effortsto

Women's LeadersThe ." fashion show last week at the his work on behalf of war Pope John. i

prisoners.He The apostolic delegate was
Orlando-Central Deanery Other parts of the Diocese :Egyptian room'of the Cherry has been in the Arch- authorized by the Pope to in-
Council of Catholic Women also visited. As their
are being With Saint diocese of Westminster since dicate that, while he (the Pope)
Spring Board Meeting will schools are visited, the Priestsin Plazas Hotel. Mrh. Ruth Roberts Pope Sayscontinued
had no intention of attackingthe
take place Wednesday, Feln charge will continue to be 1956.The
is shown
purchasing one civil authorities, he could
added to his
ruary 13, 10:15 a.m. at the the Holy See
encouraged by Departmentof
( from rage On) sHica, where he received the Priest who died in 1850 at the not but express his profound
Capri Restaurant, Park Education to send a report of the 800 tickets sold for the
of 55 was carried out by a grief at the plight of the
of the Cardinals.age
his throne homage
Drive, southwest of San ford. upon the visitations to The place on a set up Coadjutor Named
.Ionian Marsh fashions velvet-robed consistorial advo- 400,000 Catholics in southern
The luncheon will cost $1.65. Florida Catholic, since interestin presented before the gleaming Altar of Then the ritual pleading for
cate. VATICAN CITY (XC) -A Sudan who are being progressively
the is that the Chair in the of the bathe canonization of the Roman
survey widespread. pv..ninmong apse the
Monsignor Amleto Tondini> Norwegian Priest living in deprived of possibility

papal secretary of Briefs to Rome has been appointed of religious assistance and

Princes, replied in the Pope's Coadjutor Bishop of Oslo by the comforts of their religionto

name that the Holy Father Pope John XXIII. which they have a right

BRAND NEW EDITION JUST OFF PRESS would indeed add Blessed Vin- He is Bishop-elect Willem The number of missionaries

cent's name to the Church'sroll John Gran O.C.S.O., who has expelled in the final months of

of the saints. All knelt in also been named titular Bishopof 19G2 had reached 43 at the time t

PRECIOUS MOMENTS IN THE LIFE OF YOUR PATRON SAINT . prayer as the Sistine Chapel Rafia. He has been servingas of Archbishop McGeough's ar-

w i choir sang the Veni Creator to procurator of the Trappist rh'alin the Sudan. By the timeof

invoke the guidance of the Holy monastery of :Monte Cistello, his departure, they had in.

,. Spirit. Italy. He has the right of suc- creased to 83. This was in ad-

+ Then Pope John proclaimed cession to Bishop Jacques dition to the 56 expulsions

Btisoaiu. t' Vincent Pallotti a saint, using :Mangers S.M.: of Oslo. ordered between the years 1958

ttx the traditional formula, ending and 1961.

with the words: Mrs. Snite Sr. Dies Still more expulsions! may
"We decree and define
> CHICAGO (XC) Solemn be expected, according to
:4-- Blessed Vincent Pallotti a saint
Selected by Father Thoma. 'Ioumann, O.F.M. Requiem Mass for Mrs. Loretto Archbishop McGeongh.
and We inscribe him in the
Editorial Supervision by Father Joseph Vann, O.FJA.One'of Francis Imprimatur Cardinal: Spcllman. : M. Snite, 82, mother of the late This was clearly indicated in
roll of the saints, establishingthat
Archhi.lrop.J Ncw York Fred B. Snite, Jr., famous polio the latest reliable reports In
his memory among the
victim, was offered in St. which the only positive indication
the Greatest Books of Our Times saints shall be rememberedwith
Luke's church here. was that "all the mIssionaries

Xowin the Homes of over'amilies / pious devotion every yearon his Mrs. Snite, who died last would not be expelled."
of
the
anniversary
350,000 Catholic I' death that is on the 22nd of week in Miami Beach, was a A student of Sudanese affairs

Nearly 600 Pages / January. In the name of the Dame of the Holy Sepulchre. here who declined to be named,

Illustrated with Priceless Father and of the' Son and of For the last 12 years her family commenting on the Archbish

/ ,. Amen." underwrote the annual St. op's report, noted that the
Masterpieces in Vivid Full Color the Holy Spirit.
The Pope left the basilica Francis Hospital ball in Miami number of Priests, Brothersand

Covers Inlaid in Pure Gold about an hour and 15 minutes Beach, proceeds from which Sisters, including native

15th Century Embossed Binding ,- r r'-JOHN THE IAPTIST &st main known after he had entered. He did were donated to the Sisters of vocations, is now hardly 300 in

Includes Personal Writings of the Saints the Chmt earning at Mn of requett Our lard later emd be n baptue beheaded not attend the canonizationMass St. Francis of Allegany, New southern Sudan. Of these, he
for daring ta till Ibt wicked Herod ro York who administer the
repent for Ku sins. which was celebrated by hos- added only 78 are Priests en-
pital. She is survived by her gaged in pastoral work. The
rp HERE is stirring drama on every page of LIVES OF SUNTS.JL Luigi Cardinal Traglia pro-
as these remarkable men and women face overwhelming Page(apt bur.ish.d vicar general of Rome. husband, Fred B. Snite, Sr., a reduction of the number of
dangers for the sake of Our Lord >es, face dangers '- \ -' in 24 Karat Cold Chicago philanthropist, a missionaries, at best inadequate -
temptations trials. il'ness!' death itself! On e\ery page r
you'll find inspiration and faith-the strength and courage to : % ST.IFRNADET/Ftl.umpl. daughter and eight grandchil creates an impossibletask
face the rigors of daily life. You will understand how to face \ \ / peotemt placet her girl faith of lourdes in Our Text DisputeHeld dren. Fred Snite Jr., called "the for religious assistance to
difficult moments by knowing how the Saints met these same tleited Mather and it reworded f "
iron kid the
t when the mirocvtoutly lung died in 1934 greater part of the Catholic

problems! from the bongs barren forth ground water after spending 18 years in an population scattered over an
'
Dramatic; Accounts
BitterIn i iron lung. area almost the size of Texas.
Make You a Living; Part of Their Experiences/ 1e ,. r

There is gripping suspense in the story of St Martin of Tours ... t t ht 4-;<
as he willingly standi-fearless-beneath a huge falling tree to 3 .r r Mexico
prove the power of God to pagan onlookers. You'll thrill to that a. s" Qr
electric moment when St Stephen. King of Hungary, leads his -
small troop of loyal Christian Knights to a stirring victory over 'y r (Conllnuril from Page< On) I
pagan hordes. Your heart will cry out as s I Union members "dark forces"
\ou read the moving story of St.Thomas c ST, PIUS X.humble 'pottor and
children r
+ that hide behind
r t of the world. nurocvlouslycuret
a Becket who gives up his position as after doctor*
a nwn
r
Chancellor of England-his worldly f had given rp hope for her.IT claimed that the single text-
riches-and finally his very life rather book issue was being deliber
than deny his love for Our Divine Lord
and the Church.You.U JOAN OF AtC ev.rcomet 4 ately distorted.The .
great obttoclet and tempta ,, textbook dispute began
read dozens and dozens of other Oont through Cod t po"
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stones, every bit as stirring and mean.rr.uT burned at the lake. when the government, in preparing .
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Therese Sr. Dominic St. Jerome St.
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