The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t -.-- "*. By Father John J. Lenihan
1 Executive Secretary, Diocesan Board of Catholic Charities
c r I __ The strength of any Catholic Charities program is love. Our love of God whom we

i 'ta kt'I ? do not see, is manifested by the love of our neighbor whom we do see. Truly, love is
) sacrifice for, service to, and consideration of others. The simplest and still the best formS
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____ t i Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Augustine has set as the goal for
i- operational needs in 1963 the sum 'Of $180,000. This goal was disclosed by Monsignor -

VOL. XXIV, No. 14 Orlando, Florida, Friday, February 1, 1963 Ten Cents iWi Patrick: J. Trainor of St. Petersburg Beach, chairman of the Board of Cath-

f -w- olic Charities. lie announces that the annual collection for charity in the Diocese

will be held on Sunday, February 17.

Archbishop Krol DetailsCo'uncil's --J I

of love is personal service tc>our neighbor not only in tir ne of misfortune but continLet -

uously at all times in our
the layman In the Society of me ask you a few qiu--
;t :r: daily contacts.As St. Vincent de Paul is as Christ tions.

; Interim WorkVATICAN : \ik_____ society has become in- meant it to be when He said: Do you know where the lee;-I

.. -S ___ dustrialized and more people'are "Thou shalt love thy neighboras Catholic Charities agency is7
< . rrF.... .. S living in large metropolitanareas thyself" (Matt. 22, 37-39)). If ;you know, did you ever visitit
CITY (NC--The coordinating commissioi a of the ecumenical counciles ? there has arisen a nero ? You probably by it
At the diocesan level the
has just finished a week-Ion E* meeting here which promis; to expedite the work of : j\ for organized charity. We can Catholic Charities Bureau, operates each day going baclcand forthto

the second session of the > better handle the complex work. Did ever call to
that the work done by the coordinating -expressed his satisfaction with w r54'. .. a 4 social service agencies, you
4 problems of today if .we band offer services? Do
council .._
beginning September .a your you
homes for the
commission is sub- what they had done and re- S. nursing aged,
together in groups or societies know what services the
8. to the final of his wish that the ; schools for our handicapped pro-
approval peatpd coun- _
: __ ___ rather than if we act alone as fessional workers give? If you
According t o ArchbishopJohn the council Fathgrs. cil's work would continue with S children. orphanages and foster -

J. Krol of Philadelphia, He said that the material "organic unity and intensive t individuals.To homes for needy children. do, are you spreading the good

one of the five undersecretaries presented to them for the second rhythm." i tk meet modern charities It also places babies for adoption news to others? '

of the council presidency, the session would be substan. In his statement on the cornmission's I*! Fr needs, there have arisen two in good Catholic homes I could ask yon the same
commission set a work major organizations! in the questions about our nursing
up pro- tially the same as that now work, ArchbishopKrol and helps unmarried mothersto
gram for the Interim period contained in the projects but told the NCWC News Church-the Society of St. go back to their homes and homes for the aged, the
between the council's two sessions -that it would be presented ina Service that it had limited itself .' < __________, .0S Vincent de Paul at the parish families, strengthened to face Morning Star School, the
which level and the Catholic Charities home for children in
gives every hope different way. to coordinating elements r life anew. needy
that the work scheduled for Bureau at the inter your area. They all have.
The commission, the Arch- that were found to be dupli- : "
Yet there Is a temptation for
the second session will be effectively -bishop said, kept before it the cated in the various projects parochial or diocesan level. auxiliary societies which yon'
: us to applaud all this wonderful -
; .
accomplished.The directives contained in the submitted to the council by The Society of St. Vincent de work being done for our could join. A- .>
45. "
plan of the commission'swork issued with John's commissions. Remember there are
norms Pope preparatory Paul should be established in manyold
neighbor in need, all the while
as explained by Arch- approval on December 6 "for He emphasized that the _.__mn..m.. _y_nm__.__!_______ ._:________ ____3f_:__ every parish to give each in- forgetting that Christ commanded people and children who
bishop Krol, is that a numberof the work during the interval commission did not discuss MORNING STAR, SPECIAL SCHOOLA dividual the opportunity to each of us to love our would be happy to receive a

projects has been assignedto between the first session of the the merits of the material in special school serving handicapped children, Morn- exercise an integral part of his neighbor as ourselves. visit from you. They like to

each of the six Cardinalswho council and the beginning of the projects! and did not alter ing Star School in Tampa was visited, just as the regular Faith-Christian charity. know that they are not for:
are members of the com This love of neighbormeans '
the second. their substance. The
com The should l the gotten. *f
society >
parish schools are being visited, by a representative from
mission. They studied these in Commission meetings began mission's work he said, was not just pious words Did you ever visit with or
Boston College carrying on diocesan project in educa- right arm of the pastor In
consultation with the .
presi- January 21 and continued dailyto to combine what could be but active personal service help an old person or couplein
dents of council commissionsand January 27. combined.He tional research. The visiting professor is Dr. John taking care of needy families on behalf of God's and their own homes? Their

brought their findings to The Cardinals were receivedon said the commission Eichorn. within the parish. The role of poor circle of friends have left this

the meeting of the coordinating January 28 in private audience -would recommend setting aside afflicted. vale of tears. They are alone

commission.The by Pope John XXIII in some details judged to be out- This love of neighbor does and lonely.
coordination of the elements his study. For an hour and side the scope of the councilfor Pope Tells/ / Journalists World not mean a mere subscriptionon Maybe you .never thought

that was decided on three-quarters the Pope heard publication in instructionsand Catholic Charities Sundayonce about charity In this way be-

during the latter's meeting will the commission members In- manuals, while preservingbasic Aware of Council's a year-It means personal fore. Now that you know, we
continue until March 10, Arch formally discuss their deci principles and directivesfor Significance dedicated service. are sure you will help.

bishop Krol said. sions. Afterwards the Pope council decrees. You may say, "This is all "By this shall all men know

Then reports will be sub- VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) John XXIII has said he believes that the, world at very fine, but I do not know that you are my disciples if you

mltted on the action taken. High School Conference large understands the Second Vatican Council and its significance. He said he draws what to do." It is your duty to have love one for another."

After the reports are reviewed this conclusion from the length and depth of the coverage given it in the press. find out-a command of God. (John 13, :35): ).

and approved, they The Pope stated in an address
will be sent to the council Takes Place in OrlandoORLANDO last Sunday. to Catholic though all these things madean

Fathers in printed form journalists: n impact and were stirring.It Ignoring God in Civil Law Bringsi
is a matter of far more than
around the middle of March -Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley has per "The council had a vast reverberation -
with the request that com sonally welcomed to Florida representatives of the Boston through the woM, this, thank God. 5.
t" "We believe,. therorc', that Tyranny of Statism Priest WarnsWASHINGTON
them be returned
ments on College Department of Education. Two professors weretiests'in Yop ure1y.will have.won& *d '1 an-s the' event "o"f the ,
I by July 1. _...-.."*_ Orlando"on.Saturday'ofTastwe K at the: depart- about the meaning of 'such "a \ve -
council itself understoodits *
On the basis of the replies, mental discussions of dioc- lively and widespread interest was (NC-The president of Georgetown University told a gathering 1
great reality as shining
a final form of the "coordinatedprojects" esan High School teachers.The ducted principals the during conference which of which is being demonstratedfully representation of the Christian of government officials and 4 diplomats: at a Red :Mass here last Sunday that the tyranny

t will then be printed now. of statism results when soci-
Massachusetts universityis plans' for an administrative message in its fullness, in their impulse toward self.per. continued, "it is only In termsof
and be ready for the second currently gathering data at..1 manual were discussed. "First of all we can quietly order to adapt it in a more efficacious -eties ignore God. fection from the purposive man's-or society's-Ideas of
session of the council
rule out the idea that the interest
elementary and secondary form to the demandsof True law guides human
Archbishop K r 0 1 stressed Other presidents of Central creation of God." God, and of the relation-
of the attracted "
schools in order to present an press our times. nature "to the perfection and
Catholic High Schools, who "In the final analysis! ," he PRIEST, Page 10
the external elements
evaluation to the diocesan Department by Pope John continued: self-realization which is its
' Holy Name of Education. gave reports following confer- of the ceremonies, cus- "It becomes ever more evident -God-given prerogative," said Holy Father

Guests of Father Mortimer :EDUCATORS, Page 10 I toms and unusual rites that in reality ,we are in Father Edward B. Bunn S.J.,

. First RallyOf Danaher, chairman of the : the face of a sincere and gen- at a Mass offered in St Mat

% Board of Catholic Schools, at I $ erous effort to reconcile the thew's cathedral by Archbishop Sees Council Leading Way

Year Set the Orlando meeting of all the ri :; t just needs of the present times, Patrick A. O'Boyle of

presidents, principals and r : without losing sight of the supreme -Washington. To 'Christian Solidarity'VATICAN

heads of eight departments aspirations of the human President John F. Kennedy

March 10 were Dr. John J. Walsh, Bos- !I mind. headed a distinguished groupof CITY (NC-A sense of "Christian solidarity" -

ton College survey director, ; "Here in fact is the sacred United States government
BRADEXTOX On March has resulted from the first session of the Vatican
and Dr. Edward J. Power, specialist niagisterium of the Church, officials and foreign diplomats
10, the Southwest Coast Dean council, Pope John XXIII told a general audience here. He
in the history and philosophy Mother and Teacher intenton attending. Also at the Mass
ery of Holy Name Societies will the inter- also indicated for the first time that the council may last
of education. making lining were some 200 members of the
hold a rally at St. Raphael
next December.A .
Church, Englewood. Monsignor Father Danaher, as president pretation of eternal wisdom U.S. House of Representatives beyond servers were Invited "with
flow again from the two Tes- 30 Federal court judges, more world-wide penetration of and with
George W. Cummings, pastor of Bishop i Kenny High ISs courtesy responded
taments." than 20 senators and diplomatsfrom a "sense of Christian solidarity "
:HOLY NAME:, Page 10 School in Jaeksonviiie, con. courtesy.
_i The Pope told the newsmen some 40 nations, including ," he said last week, has resulted Pope John noted how differently -

that the role of the Catholic representatives of the Organization from the "noble and matters went at the

Port Orange Prepares press differs from that of the of American States. tranquil" reception given by First Vatican Council (1869-
various Christian bodies to the
S. secular press. In his sermon at the lied 1870).
Church Financial DrivePORT announcement of the council, He said that this time observers
"But We must say that you Mass, offered to invoke God's
from the attention and
must testify through deeds blessing on members of the sym. were able to follow
with which they followed -
ORANGE- --Father David Page is announcing a and through an ever more legal profession, Father council deliberations with full
its labor and from the
campaign to build a provisional church and hall to serve widespread presence, that the Bunn said: liberty and to see "that we do
+ favorable impression they took
this new parish of the Epiphany in Port Orange. In five 4. press cooperates in the missionof "Law emanates from and home with them. not have cannons, that we do
not have threatening

the Church-not much in
weeks' time he hopes his enthusiastic volunteers will raisea terminates in the heart, thesoul
the measure with which it wel- The Pope told about 1000 forces, that we have nothIng -
minimum in pledges of $50,000 so that construction may v1t comes and spreads news, the nature of man him- persons gathered in the Vatlean's to hide." -

begin in :March. month for.30 months besides I- though publishing good and self-and these, in turn, owe Clementine Hall: He said that the council
The sum to be asked in a gift from their savings. _th _' A '_55 encouraging religious news their being, their powers and "We bless God because the will resume In September and
pledges is half the estimatedcost council went well even if conclude in December and
The advanced and special BOSTON EDUCATOR ORLANDO. items-but even more, in thatit so ,
of the proposed construction will be article he is faithful to sacred doctrineand there was some uncertaintyand even "perhaps later because
gifts sought on Sunday, Dr. Edward J. Power (right) points to an Federal Aid
it was stated. Therefore lack of experience at the when people come togetherand
from it
10. General draws inspiration
February parish authored in a current professional journal. His host, Father -
all funds over and above the coverage by volunteers on the and Dr. JohnJ. to be able to form readers' beginning." things go well, the desireto
Patrick J. O'Carroll welcomed him Schools
minimum adequate goal set to committee will follow on February minds. To "The Spirit of the Lord Is remain together can arise."
Port Orange a Catholic Walsh (not pictured) from Boston College during an "
give 17 in Port Orange. "And all this especially with here, he said. The Pope was speaking extemporaneously -
church will lessen the burdenin Father Page says: "The build educators' meeting held in Orlando on Saturday of last reference to the most important Draws Note The Pope said that the and did not

the future, Father Page's ing combining the new Churchof week. Dr. Power, regular contributor to educational and specific questions We wishto world's Bishops came to the elaborate.At .

leaders have, emphasized.Late the Epiphany and the social historical journals, is one of the members of Dr. Walsh's cite: freedom of the Church; WASHINGTON (NC) council as to a meeting of a the end of the audience,
in January, the e\ecu- from Massachusetts data for family "to study together the the walked to the .
hall will be designed and con- team currently gathering the holiness of marriage as a :Monsignor Frederick G. adjoining
the committee organized. It PORT ORANGE, Page 10 evaluation of diocesan schools. VALUE, Page 10 problems of the Church." He Consistorlal Hall to greet
was decided to ask employed ..._. ._ _-i$:, Hochwalt, director of the added that (non-Catholic) ob- other faithful there.
l'e"SOns to see if they could education department of the

pledge a day's Income a National Catholic Welfare

Conference in Washington,

has expressed mixed opti-
Father of BishopMcDonough mism and disappointmentat

Dies President John F. Ken-

nedy's proposed education

PHILADELPHIA (XC) program.The \
Funeral rites for Michael
President's education
McDonough( who gave three
message to Congress, the Priest
of his five sons to the Priest. i I said acknowledges that "edu .
A -5
hoodere conducted hereon
Wednesday. S cational opportunities should \\
I r .be extended to all students
Bishop Thomas J. Mc
: "
: without exception. "This is
Donough of Savannah, for-
indeed encouraging, said Mon.
merly Auxiliary Bishop of IWz .5 '5 signor Hochwalt.He .
St. Augustine, one of his
Ls was critical, however, of
sons offered the solemn pontifical
A+ the program's proposals for aid
Requiem Mass in Our 5 _.fi ._ _____-_ .---.- high schools in
Lady of Lourdes Church. Mr. .w -- ------ m to grade and. ,
McDonough died here on Jan.
nary %d. Late in January, Father David Page met with some Foerg, Edward A. Metz; standing, Robert J. Earley, would share for the most part.

His other Priest-sons In. men of Epiphany parish, Port Orange, to plan a drive Henry Rohr, Emil Biro, Ben Talluto, William Kilcoin, Monsignor Hochwalt said his

elude Monsignor Martin Mc- for funds to build a church and social haH in the new Fred Brisbois, William H. Sinclair, George Donnellan and reaction to the grade and high

})onou h and Father William parish. Leaders are, seated from left, Phillip Caruso, John Longo. The campaign goal has been set at a min- chool: aid proposals was one

)fdhmoll'h of Philadelphia. Fred Travalena, Father Page, John B. Sullivan, Rudolph jrmm of S50.000. FFDKIM'.. P--i,- II)

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Reports 4 5 % I rI1Il ANNUAL convention plans are moving along. The St.

T- Diocesan Council of Catholic Women will

MaitlandST. Tampa Orlando t convene in Tampa. Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan, diocesan I.

# : moderator, promises an excellent -

The executive board of St. Tuesday, January 29, Father Bishop Moore Home and Our convention program. of submitting a name ofa
Mary Magdalen Altar Society Francis Connell C.SS.R., School Association members Asdrwa $ candidate for election to the
j is to be the Tampa Ter-
will meet Tuesday evening professor at the Catholic University !-announce they will sponsor a :1 diocesan board of directors an-
: race Hotel. April 22. 23, 24.
February 5 at 8 p.m. at the of America, and writer Mardi Gras Ball on Saturday, Christ the King Guild members nually.

home of Mrs. William Burgan, for numerous Catholic mag--February 23, at 7:30: p.m.: in form the host. Many affiliations do not

1771 Mohican Trail, Maitland. azines, spoke at Our Lady of the Egyptian Room of the affiliation read the qualifications and
1- ess j
Arrangements will be made fora Perpetual Help parish on his Cherry Plaza Hotel. Music _- w with nine! therefore do not send Im

dessert card party to be Impressions of the ecumenical will be furnished by Brad ;( other groups : someone's name. This Is your

given on February 8 In the council. The Diocesan Priests, Bradway's Orchestra.. General of the area to privilege a< a president If
school Tickets are $1.00 and attending the Day of Recollection chairman of the dinner danceIs 1 : assist on t hoe you have an eligible member.
there will be prizes. For res- as well as the Redempto- Mrs. Joseph McKenna._ Mrs. a _
eivatlons call, Mrs. William ruts of the area, listened to Robert Blanks Is assisting as I- T:_) ; com m i t- frS The following are the vacancies -

Burgan, MI 4-6251 or Mrs. Father Connell who recently returned co-chairman. .f : i tees. Father I and names of those eligiblefor
Mark McLoughlin
William Tisdale, MI 40597. from Rome. After his Tickets are $10 per person 5- is ,
talk on the council Father and I' OrlandoCentralMrs.. Raymond
reservations be made
New officers for St. Mary Connell discussed current may the host pas Olech Sr. and Mrs. Stuart

Magdalen Altar Society were moral problems. by calling William H. O'BrienJr. S kW ( tor. Mrs. Mil- Mrt. Sehoebrrt Fagan: terms expire; Mrs. Thad
at CH 1-4712 or Mrs. Bruce t_._, ., ton Plumb, our immediate past
installed at a luncheon, January Sunday,January 27,1963, Our --- -- Siemienski and Mrs. John Hor-
Hartman, MI 4-0072. The publicIs MAITLAND LIBRARY BIBLE
diocesan president is the
24, at the Mt. Vernon Lady of Perpetual Help Church gen- vath, eligible for reelection.
Motor Lodge In Winter Park. finished a Redemptorlst Mission invited. Father Hubert J. Reason has presented a Bible and other books to the Maitland eral! chairman. Mrs. Joseph This deanery has eight members -

Thomas J. Aglio, executive In Ybor City preached by Pinellas Park library. The project i is sponsored by the members of his parish Women's Guild of Yavornik, a board member two vacancies on the

secretary of the Orlando Catholic -Father Joseph Scannell and which :Mrs. Robert Oliver, center, is a member. Miss Katharine Hammond, (right) from the West Coast is the co- DCCW board.

Charities Bureau was the Father John O'Leary. Duringthe SACRED HEARTA librarian of Maitland library, received the Bible and 28 reference and fictional books. chairman. West Coast-11 members this

guest speaker. He detailed the Mission, special emphasiswas workshop program with This project, part of the spiritual program of the year, was under the direction of Monsignor Nolan. Father year, two vacancies: Mrs.

functions of the new Orlando made on attracting "fallenaway" -the topics Family and Home :Mrs. Frank Ley, vice-president of the Guild. Vincent Smith, our moderators, George Sierra's term expires.
and the Education and I also are working on the
agency explained and also non-Cath and Family and Eligible for reelection are Mrs.
work done in the field of child School featured plans for the program.
olics. The Missionaries also was at the JacksonvilleBrian Francis Doyle, Mrs. Paul Saltier
welfare. gave special attention to the January 28 meeting of the Women's Council; Restates One important thing that Mrs. E. J. Tavlln and Mrs.

Newly Installed Altar Society C.C.D. students, stressing ,the Women's Guild of Sacred Heart A. Herbert, son of Mr. cannot be provided by anyone W. E. Humphrey.St. .
officers are Mrs. William Bach, Important part they can and Church. and Mrs. John W. Herbert of else Is you, the participant!
to Amendment Augustine-Eight
Opposition members -
president; :Mrs. W. R Nann should play In drawing othersto The women's committee an- 7C24 Catalonia Avenue, Jack. Who can attend? All of the two board vacancies
Horn, vice-president; :Mrs. Thad regular attendance at nounced that they will sponsora sonville, received the Bachelorof women of our parishes who
Kurek, treasurer; and Miss church. Saturday was declared Valentine fashion show and Arts degree as a member of WASHINGTON (NC-The National Council of Cath.. are interested in Catholic Ac- Terms expire for Mrs. Robert
and Mrs. L. E. Joos.
I Loretta Scheibel, secretary.Mrs. "Our Lady's Day" with a special card party on February 13, 7:30: the January class at Belmont olic Women has reaffirmed its opposition to the -proposed I tion. Our Priests and modera- Sey Mrs.
Emory Cooper Miss Idelte
Elizabeth Cooledge b committee Mass in the morning, and a p.m. at Bishop Barry Cafeteria Abbey College, Belmont, North equal rights amendment to the Constitution in a letter tc I tors, all of whom are interestedIn
Murphy and Mrs. A. A. Reyes
chairman.Lakeland. solemn consecration and pro- with proceeds going to the Carolina, on January 25. each----- -mpmhpr---_. r.f__ flip W___ TTnifprl.....A.W__ the work of the Catholic who is .
replacing a )
cession In the evening. Every school building fund. Ticketsare A graduate of Bishop Kenny States Senate. quested to voice this opposition women come too. eligible for reelection.vacancy
first Saturday was declared $1.25 and will be availableat High School, Brian majored in Signed by Mrs. Joseph McCarthy by the federation's boardof I All affiliated organizations
SANTE FE the door Mrs. directors at its annual meet. to be representedby Southwest: Two member.,
Our Lady of Fatima Satur- or through philosophy. He will receive his NCCW president, the are expected
Father Henry J. MIron, pres- day with a special Mass and Lois Fanning at HE 5-5661. The diploma at the 85th commence- letter states that she was re- ing in Washington.The one. voting delegate. none to be replaced this yean.

ident of Santa Fe High School, prayers for vocations. public Is invited. ment exercises at the Collegeon letter states that the; The presidents should make Remember these goals

has announced that 22 students All Catholics and non-Cath June 4.Winter. proposed equal rights amendment every effort to attend. We plan Prayer-for the general coun-

from the Gchool, under the EustisST. olics are invited to attend the ParkST. MasaryktownST. which has been beforE* a special President's luncheon cil, for vocations for peace, for

guidance of Sister Loretta Inquiry classes held every MARY congress for the past 30 years, and workshop for you this spiritual development. W e
O.S.B.., mathematics Instructor, MARY Tuesday after the 7 p.m. novena MARGARET MARY "in our view tends to flaunt t Information is being want study and apostolic workin
have entered the"1963 Annual The Altar Society of St. services. A special Mass St. Margaret Mary Woman's Father Ralph Cinque O.S.B., nature Itself." mailed directly to you. We will every committee field.

High School Mathematics Con Mary of the Lakes parish has for peace and vocations followed Club will hold the annual 'card has announced that the women "Men and women are en* also keep you informed in this Beauty Hint for February:

test.This announced that they will spon- by recitation of the party February 20 at 8 p.m. at of St. Mary's Altar Societyand dowed by the Creator with dif- column. Special articles also For the lips. Use the marvelous

contest Is a nationwide sor a dessert bridge card partyIn Rosary and Benediction of the the University Club, Park Ave parish will sponsor a fering characteristics and functions will appear in this paper prior lipstick, "Silence." It is particularly -

competition sponsor.ed Jointlyby the parish hall, Thursday, Most Blessed Sacrament is held nue North, Winter Park. Ad- swiss steak dinner on Sunday, ," It continued. "To at* to convention time. Plan now good for lips that have

the Mathematical Association February 7 at 1:30: p.m. Canasta every Saturday at 8 a.m.Coming. mission is one dollar.Events. February 17, at the CommunityHall tempt to make them equal ir 1 to make this your special vaca- been distorted by uncharitable
of America and the Society and pinochle tables will also be in Masaryktown. Slovak all things is to overlook theli]r tion this year.
of Actuaries. The students available In this final party be- fundamental differences, ant I gossip."A
also be served
pastry along Please, send in your reportsto blentot"
will be competing for Individual for the Lenten season, they with the dinner which will begin remove the true foundation!; deanery reports chair. AntoinetteMrs.
awards. state. of woman's your
and team dignity.
This cAlnmn' lists future benefits. I pedal mrctinci and events of n orf at noon. Admission for The proposed amendment man on or before February S ( Joseph_ Schoebert)
thu local tnt.r..t. Advane notice regular meeting will be omitted. adults is $1.50, and 75 cents for 15. DCCW President
PETERSBURG children. provides! that equality of Dues must be sent In by
IL ST. Fish fry, February 1, SoT right under the law "shall
March 1 in order not to be
;m'2l fllJ 't ,
p.m.. Sacred Heart school St. not be denied or abridged by
PetersburgST. delinquent. Send dues of 25 World Relief Led
hall, Pinellas Park. All Parishes, February 17 the United States or by any
PARISH PHARMACY GUIDE Forty Hours Devotion, RAPHAEL state on account of sev." cents per member from you:

Jackson_ yule, Immaculate Forty Hours Devotion, Father William J. Welnheim- :Mrs. McCarthy quoted frona affiliation to your deanery By CRS NCWC

Conception Church, February Holy Cross Church, Palmetto, er has announced that St. resolution adopted at th<1.. treasurer; also, $10.00 national
13. February 1719. 1$ ael's. Guild will sponsor ageteicquainted -NCCW 28th national conven" dues to deanery treasurers. WAShINGTON (NC -Thes.wridwide

Forty Hours Devotion, St. :Family fun dinner, February dance on Feb- tion, which stated the councl. Make all checks payable to...thft. relief program_conducted -

I Brendan Church, Ormond 17 Bishop Moore High buary 23 from 9-1 p.m., at the position on this issue. It reads. Augustine Diocesan ConnI by Catholic Relief Services -

Beach, February 13. School, Orlando; St. Margaret K of C Hall, 1720 Central Ave "Again we strongly reiterate: ell of Catholic Women. -National Catholic Welfare -

Women's retreat, Holy Mary Women's, Guild, spon nue. Tickets will be availableat our opposition to the propose J It is almost Spring and time Conference far surpassed

Name Priory, San Antonio, sor.Card the door. Chairmen for the equal rights amendment to th<9 i for housecleaning in council the efforts of any 53 other United .

February, 1-3; reserve with party, fashion show, event will be Mrs. Pat Macri U.S. Constitution as a threat tc<)' work too. All the things that States voluntary relief

Mrs. Thomas Beaumont, by Christ the King benefit, Jacksonville and Mrs. James Tolisano. the nature of woman whlcl 1 have been put oft during the agencies during the January 1

telephone at D a d e City Southside Women's BLESSED TRINITYThe individuates her from man ii 1 year must be taken care of to June 30, 1962 period.

i, 588-3848. Club, February 19. Blessed Trinity Men's God's plan for His Creation. now. Files should be be put in This was disclosed in a report -

Mardi Gras gala, St. Petersburg Card party, Wednesday, Club has announced they will "Under the guise of equalitythe 5 f order before the new officers released by the U.S. agency -
_____- February 20, 8 p.m., University take over. It is so much morer for international
kJ __ your Doctor's prescriptions dance, card party; February sponsor a Mardi Gras dance on proposed 'equal rights;I' development -
I will be filled promptly at 2, 9 p.m.. Tune Top- Club, Park Avenue Saturday, February 23, at the amendment would In reality encouraging, In taking office, here. The report contained -

these paiish pharmacies pers' music, Al Kareem Club; North, Winter Park; sponsored Lakewood Country Club, Lake- wipe out the many legal safe,. to find all the files in order. a summary statement of

r .- St. Paul Women's Club, by St. Margaret Mary wood Estates, St. Petersburg. guards which protect woman'!s It makes the task so much income and expenditures of the

TRINITY sponsor. Woman's. Club.CarniTal. Prizes will be awarded for the position in the family. Undei]r more pleasant. 54 agencies registered with

BLESSED Passionist Priests' mission, Bishop Barry best costumes. The Men's the proposed amendment, max:- I hope that you are plan. AID'S committee on voluntaryaid

FLORIDA PHARMACY women's week begins Feb High School, St. Petersburg, Club request that reservationsbe imum hour and minimum wage
SKYWAY SHOPPING CENTER ruary 3; men's mission starts February 22, 23, 24; sponsors, made by calling 824-8331 or laws for women, widows' al- deanery meetings In March 1962. .

j 925 62ND AVE.. SOUTHT.PETERS8URGFL February 10, St. Charles parents of students at boys' 867-4921. lowances, alimony and suppor t These are for you, one and CRS-XCWC. which Is mala-

Church, Orlando. school and at Notre Dame ST. MARYThe payments, and the basic responsibility all. At them, the deanery of. tamed by U.S. Catholics, reported -

Palm Bay, St. Joseph Hall, Academy. St. Mary Women's Club of man to provide foi r fleers will be elected, as well a program rained at$81,738,5G9
Phone 867.6868MORGAN
dessert fashion show, Feb Washington's birth- announces a Valentine card his family would be placed ii 1 as the diocesan board memo for the six-month
3, %:30 day party, February 22 bers.
ruary p.m.Jacksonville's jeopardy. period.
First Federal party, Saturday, February 9,
San Jose The resolution continues: On page 43 of the DCCWi Next in line CARE witha
Loan at 1 p.m. in St. Mary's hall. Re- was
SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER parish hall, marathon bridge, ions bGibbsL Building, 8 uls p.m.; fash. freshments will be served. "Because it proposed an ide; manual, section two, you read: program valued at $30,436,153,

22nd. Ave. & 3 UK St. So. Phones 867.2114, 867.5523 February 5, 8 p.m. for cards; of woman foreign to the Chris;- Each affiliation with national followed by Church World

ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA Annual card party, Bishop Orlando.St. John Vianney parish Ormond BeachST. tian concept of woman's co>- and diocesan dues paid shall Service, Inc., (Protestant) witha
Kenny High School cafeto- equal, but Individual, dignity f, be counted in the ratio of one
and the
slum, Jacksonville, February dance, Saturday BRENDAN with man, and because it wouh I board member for each four American Jewish Joint Distribution
6, 8 p.m. St. Mar'a Home }February, Lakewood Father Nell A. Sager has an destroy the legal safeguard!5 affiliations. Section three reads Committee with

.. DRUGS AuxiUar).. Country Club, St. Petersburg; nounced that Forty Hours De women have secured through 1 that no member shall serve $15,059,854 a
GULFPORT Dessert card party, parish !sponsored by Blessed TrinityMen's ,"oUon111 be held, February the years, we oppose the pro- more than two consecutive program.BOWEN'S

hall, February 7, 1:30 p.m.; St. Club. 1-3 In St. Brendan Church. Father posed 'equal rights' amend. terms. Section four says:
4., : '* QYalyrten. /:qenaj Mary of the Lakes, Eustis, Mardi Gras (dance Satur. Irvine Nugent will speakat ment." Each affiliation of the St.
day, February 23 7:30 p.m., each of the hours
sponsored by Altar Society. Holy
Neighborhood Druggists Self-Service .
Egyptian Room, Cherry' Plaza which will at 7:30 IERAIITThI
Dessert card party, Feb. p.m.
Phone 344-0011 1 5009 Lakeview Avenue mary 8, St. Mary Magdalen Hotel, Orlando; Bishop Moore Mass each morning will be at I

Gulfport, Florida School, Maitland; St. IarylIagdalen Home and School Associa 9 o'clock.
tion. 1
30 Minute Free Delivery Top Value Stamps : Altar Society. Sunday, February 3, former
Valentine card party, Sat Dance, February 23, 9-1 residents of Pennsylvania are

SERVING SACRED HEART PARISH nrday, :February 9, 1 p.m., St. p.m., K of C hall, St. Peters invited to meet in the social '.... "
Mary's hall, St. Petersburg; burg; St. Raphael Guild. hall after the 9 a.m. Mass. All -

$ HE 6-3583 Woman's Club.Valentine Third annual Mardi Gras parishioners and non-Church
: 91t dinner dance, Holiday Inn,
Dance, February members are welcome.
February 23, benefit of St.Patriek' !
I 9, 9 p.m., ItalianAmericanClub ,,; parish Woman'sClub The newly organized Teen 862-2450 I
cc1DRUGS St. Petersburg; Holy Gainesville Club of St. Brendan recently
Family Women's Guild. announced the election of the
774I-49TH STREET. N. PINELLAS PARK. Card party, benefit' St.
Dessert card party, February
following officers: president,
1!, 1 p.m., St. Ann Social Teresa parish February 23, David Beaupre; vice-president,
PARISHES 7:30 p.m., TitusTille's new
Hall, DeBary. Terry Haskins; secretary,
., Card party, fashion show, Bank Building. Krysia Small; treasurer, Agnes

THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP February 13 7:30 p.m., Bishop recollection Titus*Hie, Women's S t. Teresa day of Cacciapuoti; sergeant-at-arms, I I I

INt. Barry cafeteria, St. Peters Pete.Pruitt.
Church, March 3, 14 p.m.
benefit of Sacred Heart
& Ham end roast beef dinner, The Teen Club will hold a
school Pinellas Park Guild
FLORIDA ; Valentine dance in the social
PETERSBURG St. Brendan hall, Ormond
sponsors. Beach, March 3,3-7 p.m. Holy hall of the church, Friday,
TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU Clermont Wor-an's Club, Name Society February 15, 8-10:30: p.m.
666 SIXTH ST. SOUTH Valentine's Day card party,
Southwest Holy Name
MEDICAL SQUARE 8 p.m., February 14; Blessed NokomisAssisting I ITypically
TELEPHONE 862.1 141 TELEPHONE 894-4163 Sacrament Women's Guild. Rally, March 10, St. Raphael

Church, ..Englewood.St. .
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Card party, fashion show, Patrick's Barbecue/ in reigning over
February 15, sponsorship of Day the recent 12th Night festivitiesat
SERVING ALL PARISHES Sacred Heart Guild, Jackson- Dinner, Sunday, March 17, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College -

Tllle Garden Center. 12:30-3 p.m.. Good Counsel Indiana, was Jacqueline Eden Homes' Style and
Camp, Inverness Floral Nokomis Florida. Beauty .
Parish fair, St. Mary Hammer of ,

WEST CENTRAL DRUG CO. INC. Church, Rockledge, February City; sponsored' by Holy The annual event at the College C (! Cf
Name Society and Catholic cev
16. Is based on medieval England's I
Indian Rocks Beach, parish custom of celebration on VB UO'SL'
CENTRAL AVENUE AT 23rd STREET NCITH Fatima Mission Inverness.
ST. hall, spaghetti dinner, 5-7 'the 12th Night of Christmas.
'UU01Ut.un City Wide; OtRvery? p.m., February 16; Holy Same St. Paul Guild Easter Monday As one of the royal courtiers, Please inform your relatives! and friends of the availability of our quality homes in the
Society of St. Jerome Church. card party, Jacksonville, Jacqueline was a guest of immediate proximity of ST. RAPHAEL'S CHURCH on SNELL ISLE. Choice sites including

Swiss steak dinner, Feb.mary April 15.Low honor at a dinner; in the Col- waterfronts art available.
We DeHver from 8 A.M. to I 11 I P.M.
17, noon Community Sunday Pilgrimage to lege Dining Room and honored For Brotharc Writ* Tel

Seven Days A WeekR. Hall, Masaryktown. St. Mary Oldest Mission, St. Augustine, with a special evening of en- 1300 SnIII.I. Blvd., Snail Isle ST. PETERSBURG. FLORIDA PHONE 894-3 49
E. Chapin F. John Kiefer
Altar Society, sponsor. }'IorldaprU 21. tertainment.

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. I, 1963 Page Three

Educator Warns of Drive to Force .

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Private Schools Out of, Existence ''II'!}> ', ( ,,:: ;':"" -""...... : '. :. -" SUNDAY, February 3

NEW YORK (NC-A Catholic educator has charged there is a drive under way to :,;, ,,-" 4th Sunday after Kplphany.ULKSSIXG .
i ::0 OF THROATS.:
force non-public schools out of existence through establishment of a "monolithic educa-
(Mass of Sunday, Gloria,

tional system" in the United ism in American education and "It is felt by many that Creed, Preface of Trinity).

States. to replace it with a monolithic these officials have embarked a'A'iV :' MONDAY, February 4
Monsignor O'Neil C. D'Amour educational system.In deliberately upon a program \ .t(; ': St. Andrew Cor inl. (Mass of
makes the charge in an article ; ,
analyzing the background designed to curtail the develop- .,' ''- a Confes-or-Bhhop I Gloria,
entitled "Federal Aid: Diagnosis of this drive, )(oni ment of such schools Apparently .'" Common Preface).

and Prognosis," appearingin signor i D'Amour: notes that unable to compete in } TUESDAY) February 5

the February issue of the "Catholic schools between the open market place with the '': i St. .\ atha. (Mass of feast,

Catholic Educator, publishedhere. 1910 and 1960 grew 119 percent religiously oriented schools, Gloria, Common Preface).
The Monsignor is associate wbile.the public schools they seek to remove these : WKDXKSDAY, February 6

secretary of the depart- grew only 42 per cent." schools from the market." St. Titus.! (Mass of feat,

ment of school superintendents, "Non-Catholic religious Monsignor D'Amour singles :,.... Gloria, 2nd prayer of St. Dorothy

National Catholic Educational schools grew even more dramatically out, ,the National Education .:f \ Common Preface).
Association.The the force behind ,. THURSDAY 7
," he continues. Association as Key ::' February
Catholic education official this program."If ,;, St. Komuald. (Mass! of a
; ;
"T his disturbing evidence
asserts that actions takenon
we as Americans permitthe Holy \bbot, Gloria, Common
the federal aid to education that the people were beginningto powerful public school as- Preface).

issue during the 87th congress demand a religiously oriented sociation known as the National ;< FRIDAY, February 8

"brought out with startling education for their children Education Association to S" : St. Joint of 3Iatha.: (Mass ofa

clarity the intent of certain must have been upsetting to seize control of American education Y'' N Confessor not a Bishop,

elements within our society to the officials of the public there can be only disaster "; Gloria, Common Preface).

destroy the traditional plural school associations. in our future," he says. : ) T SATURDAY, :February 9
; \
The Priest then urges Cath- fh ; St. Cyril Alexandria.. (Massof

olic educators to present to a Doctor, Gloria, 2nd

ST. PETERSBURGFor their fellow citizens the jus- ,.,",',...,;,'l..,", ,.:.,,,.."-"'...,,', ';..:'..., 1I1IIIL:: ,,_ .. _: ::.."'" ,- -=- ..IOiIIiIIIiII.L __on Pr.t.r of St. Apollonia,Com
tice of the Catholic stand on INSTRUCTORS ON HIGH SCHOOLS CONFER IN ORLANDO mon Preface).

educational aid. Presidents of Central .Catholic High Schools in the the Bishop Moore High School are, from the left, stand- SUNDAY, February 10

Stating that the 88th con- Diocese of St. Augustine presided over departmental ing, Sister St. Alphonsus, Sister Mary Charles, Sister SeptuaRCsima!' Sunday. Mass

Catholics Of Pinellas County gress "will react to the people," meetings in Orlando January 26. The English section Mary Edward and Sister Gemma; seated, Sister Pierre, of Sunday, Creed, Preface of

he continues: had as its chairman Father Patrick J. O'Carroll in whose Sister Irene, Thomas Aglio, Auerlio :Mora and Sister Trinity).

Calvary CemeteryEndowed "We in Catholic education school all the heads of diocesan high school departmentswere Brendan Francis. These professional meetings are called Tampa;
must present to our in conference. With him, above, in a classroom of by the Department of Education in the Diocese.
Care citizens the situation that confronts ST. LAWRENCEThe

us If we will show Alfredo Cardinal Ottaviani Venice St. Lawrence Altar Society

U.S. 19 at 58th St. No. Phone HE 6-4238 them the things that we are EPIPHANY members will see a filmon

trying to do, if we show them
Office Open 94 P.M. Daily & 1-1 P.M. on Sunday The library circle of the cancer detection February
the justice of our position, they Curia Helps Bishops Protect Truth G at 8 p.m. in the Church Social
will react. Epiphany Guild of the Churchof
Hall There will be a doctor
"It is not that we should the Epiphany announce that
Cardinal Ottaviani has granted an interview describing his position at the they will review the book, The and nurse present to commentand
DANIEL J. WINTER & co. seek to destroy public education ALFREDO to answer questions. All
Vatican Council. broadcast Radio Bavaria December
," he says. \Ve seek no Originally over last Lilies of the Field, by William women are extended a special

HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS such end. It is that we seek 16, the text was then published on January 19 in Rome's Civilta Cattolica, and is asEDUCATOR Barrett at their meeting TUes- invitation to attend. Come and

follows day, February 5, at 1:30: in
to American plural- as : p.m.
preserve difference between dutiesas what the Index bring your friends and neigh
403 FLORIDA THEATRE BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG your concerns the church hall on Harbor
ism in education to
TELEPHONE 8(52-0381: preserve Q. As secretary of the Holy president and your duties as which is under the authorityof Drive. bors, officers urge.
American freedom of choice in
Office, your eminence in practice secretary of the Holy Office? the Holy Office?
education." Reviewing the book will be
directs the Curia's most A. It is a matter of two very A. I believe that this question
"These the things he Mrs. William DePrie Mrs.
are ,
important congregation. In general -different types of duties. will be proposed to the C.T.Johnson.lnc.MUTUAL .
concludes, "that we m u s t mond Hatch, Mrs.
Fowler & Payor Inc. public opinion has some The preparatory theological i council. My thought, not as sec- Harvey
bring before our fellow citizens Siegel and Mrs. Irwin Yerkes.
rather unclear ideas about the co in mission was set up directly retary of the Holy Office, but
and before All members the Fleet F.d.rrl Building'50019th
General Insurance our representativesin Holy Office which it regards as by the Holy Father and as a council Father, is that it of parish and ) Mrrtt >rth
during the coming visitors are invited to attend.
congress" a sinister, menacing and me- not by the Holy Office. is fitting to examine the problem PIIOaU.18U:'

121 Ninth 'Street, North 896-8131 St. Petersburg year. dieval institution. How do you It (the commission) had 68 of the Index in the context The free library at Nassau

I Miami look at the task confided to members and consultors, of of the present day. and Tampa streets, maintainedby

you by the Holy Father? whom only 8 or 9 were con- An effective solution of the the Epiphany Guild for the '

,_ -Jr..T. _0 eo'-__0---0-. ,_r..r ? 7.------c--: BARRY COLLEGEIt nected with the Holy Office. problem should also include benefit of parishioners and
A. As you rightly say, public
will be "backtocollege"on the other visitors, contains 600 books on
Bishops and experts served on instruments of social
opinion is not well informed.
For Your Real Estate Sunday, February 10 for this commission. Most of the communication: films, current interest, spiritual sub-
That is possibly due to the fact
more than 100 members of the radio and television. jects and fiction. The Guild FLORIST-GREENHOUSES
And Insurance Needs Call ',that confuse the old In- experts were university pro- ( These
800 J..Lelwlf'w Ate. So.
Barry College alumnae and from all the world. last states the library is open Tues-
, with over means can: serve good as \\K At IKK FLOWERS8fi7213G
I quisition the Holy Office
LaVoie Realty & Insurance their husbands when an afternoon of today. There were also members of well as evil, especially) in day mornings from ten till t
I seminar is held between noon and Friday afternoon St. relerrbnrg
Phone 896-4133 Eastern Rites united with what concerns morals.
Central Avenue _
f fI I 1:30: and 4:30: p.m. on the cam The function of the Holy Rome. The Index was set up in its from 3 to 5.

I pus of the liberal arts collegein Office, \\'ho*Prefect is the The council's theological form at time when
;; :r:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-" -:-:-:-:-: :-:-: present a
Miami.At Holy Father himself, is to commission took the place of there were relatively few ST. PETERSBURG
the request of alumnae keep the doctrine of Fawn this preparatory theological books. 1

members in South Florida, the and morals pure and intact commission. Like the other Today the Index is ineffec-

r program will include lectureson M that the faithful might council commissions, this one tive, mainly because of the dis-

"The Natural Law and remain faithful to the principles is made up in great part of proportion between the needsof Edouard C. Craig 345-6050 Open Thursday

American Freedom" by Sister of the Gospel: and of members elected by the coun- protection and the flood of Contractor and Distributorfor Evening by AppointmentLorraine's

.. I Thomas Aquin O.P., associate tradition. cil Fathers and, to a lesser extent publications. It would be fit Beauty Salon

professor of philosophy and You see, it is a question of of members appointed by ting, in my opinion, to study Vikon Metal Ceramicand 2946.49th Street, NorthSt.
,,, OFE i SAT.s Petersburg
i I english; and "Revolution inIathematics" an exceptionally importanttask. the Pope. other measures which our
i. soon
to Mosaic Tiles Robert L. Dutilly, Prop.
by Sister Paul The faithful should be The difference between my Mother the Church can and

l>hn. bT.nth VKTKRSIIVRO..teed Calf; BEACH nhd TRUST James O.P.Sister grateful to the men who ac- duties:: as president of the two should take to protect her chil- 9l7-49lh St. So. 347-4101

r 360-5581 lour .'....Cluot InourcU by F.W.I.C. SERVICE Maura O.P., alumnae complish this mission.I successive theological commissions dren, and especially the in- ENJOY AUTOMATIC

moderator, and Mrs. Bernard want to emphasize the fact and my duties as Secre- experienced, against the often

McCullough, president, are in that many of the consultorsand tary of the Holy Office is this, hidden poison which today's HEINZEN "Keep.Filled"DELIVERY

SEE US FOR THE BEST! I charge of arrangements for ths theologians of the Holy that the work of the Holy Of- audio-visual media spread

AUTO HOMEOWNERS O HOSPITALIZATIONLIFE sessions. Office are not of Italian na fice is determined by the de- among men. a Phone:
cisions of the Pope and is Q. One theme of the council
S COMMERCIAL BUSINESS INSURANCI InvernessOUR tionality. They belong to dif St. Pete- 898-1111
ferent countries and teach or limited by the norms of canon will be, it seems, the strength- SERVICE Ctearwater 446-8314
LADY OF FATIMA law and by the spheres of authority ening of the of Bishops -
have in universities. power ;
TYRONE taught 'YRFt: : I" (')(1;"' L )1E1.11; "FRY:
wrr Father James Hoge has announced of other ecclesiastical don't you think that in 34th M. X. 1HII. .t e.. S..
SHOPPING CENTER that the Holy Name Q. Your Eminence presidedover congregations. Furthermore it strengthening the Bishops' I'lionc Htn-fTCHfl'
fth Ave. No. & 58th Street Society and the Catholic Wom the preparatory theological is continuous task. the of the "an- (IRIEST.tMl'4: :
a power position 9ll !Ot. X IXIIi .h,. !'ou.'
?,.?. 342-8551 .lJ. en's Club of Our Lady of Fa- commission, and you now The function of the prcpararalory Roman Curia will be weakened Phone 5964133Jackson's OLDEST and LARGESTIN
1\ Toa'r i 10 good lards with ... tima Mission will sponsor a preside over the council's theo- theological commission ? I PINELLASeeve

..::w ALLSTATEC:::e"" St. Patrick's Day barbecue din- logical commission. What is the was extraordinary andIransitoiy. A. The Roman Curia is the

ner, Sunday, March 17, at Good organ which the Pope uses to

INSURANCE COMPANIES Counsel Camp. Dinner will be Sarasota It consisted in preparing: govern the Church. The relationship ShoesLadies'

served from 12:30; to 5 p.m. and everything that an exceptional should 'Abe} studied in *

I :_+t LID IIICIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIUIICIIIIIIIIIIIICllll: I unDnmm ulDu i a special entertainment pros INCARNATIONMrs. event like an ecumenical council the light of both the related & Men's DELTA

= gram is planned for the after- Max Bender and Mrs.:' would apt to treat in what (powers), "Pope" and "Bish
I ._ OFFERS hours. Clinic Miller \J
noon Walter Lovell, co-chairmen of concerns Catholic teaching. ops.

2.3&4 Bedroom Homes in QuentinIedlin and Mrs. the recent membership tea of This preparatory commissionhas Thb relationship: Is determined Vitality Weyenberg /euaJYJ

e James Gronert are co-chairmen.: the Ave Maria 'Guild of In- completed its task.: in the Gospel: in Cushioned Bellaires/
St. Jude ParishTransfiguration 0 Charles Fitzpatrick and Roma The task of the council'stheological Catholic teaching and by ac-
carnation parish, that 641 Central Are.
LaPerle will conduct a white report commission consistsin tual law. 862.1355Fresh
= Parish canon 4645 9th Street North
elephant auction as a part of many new members, including blending everything that is The Curia carries out what

= Sacred Heart Parish f the program. some winter residents have proposed by the prescribed majority the Pope decides. Long expe- .

C 2 G Proceeds of the dinner are joined the Guild. The cochairmen of the Fathers into thecouncil's rience permits me to say that,
5 As Low as $90.00 Down to be devoted to the diocesan
state that all memo schemas.Q. from another standpoint, the I
E Ei fund for the construction of for In public opinion, Your Bishops have in the Curia a Seafood
= i facilities for the care of the bers expressed appreciation
9 1325 Arlington Avenue N. Phone 862-4136 :.: committee. Eminence is seen as a leader ofa great help.Q. .
the work of the
fcniiimuuaiimiimuaimiiiiimaiimmminmmiiiuiQiimiiHiuQiuimmna I itf'" ", ," typically conservative groupof What are your desires on OYSTERSHRIMP
">f : t-: :! : council Fathers. You are the further progress of the -

said to have a certain rigidity, council? CRAB MEAT LOBSTER
an antipathy for the results of A. This is a delicate question,

theological research, etc. This for in this case the desires of Marine fishes are especially MEAT SCallOPS -

tendency was shown especially a Bishop or of a Cardinal, even
GOOD the though he holds an important rich sources of iodine, j
R" during the debate on i STONE CRAB CLAWS-
SEDAN TERMS schema concerning the sourcesof post in the Curia, count for required for the proper

Revelation. What is your position little before the will of the t TROUTMACKEREL -
? Pope. functioning of the thyroid

NOW ONLY- $1569 FULL PRICEIF A. My personal position is My sincere desire is that the gland, containing 50 to I,j RED SNAPPERSEA
council bear the fruits
LOOKING FOR ECONOMY LOOK FOR ,. that of a man who has, from may
YOU'RE which the Holy Father expectsof 200 times as much of this 1 BASS KING
the nature of his office, the -
1 3100 5th AVE. NO. it and that it develope
I duty to keep the deposit of th may essential l element as any
eaccording to the desires of the ; POMPANOBLUE
Faith intact and who, at th e
head of the Church. other food. Oysters I
same time, must leave full free-
DILLKINGFISH dom to the progress which is Shrimp and Crab Meat I FISH FROG LEGS -

necessary to better clarify, un Room in Schools
contain the minerals which TURTLE STEAK FLA.
derstand and expose Catholic CHICAGO (XC) Virtually

..,;' teaching. all applicants to Catholic high help buit d' up the hemo- AND
: : ;: ': :, ; Let us never forget: not all schools in the Chicago archdiocese
globin content of the
,that is new is true and good will be accepted next
",M, ...., merely because it is! neu. September, according to Jlon- blood and prevent or rem-
'* r- There are some new opinions signor William E. McManus,
SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST w\J $ "y -- edy nutritional anemia. AUSTRALIAN LOBSTER '
t in theology today which are,I archdiocesan school superin-
if not false, at least debatable. tendent. This will be possible
Fried Broiled -
Golden or Shrimp WELCOMED IN TAMPA In this situation, it is a com because in the last three years

Succulent Scallops Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Augustine who staff the pletely positive action to defend 15,000 new seats have been I! PICKLED FISH.PINELLAS .
the basic data of Holy added to the archdiocese'shigh
Luscious Lobsters :Morning Star Schools for the handicapped in Florida I
Scripture and of Tradition, to I I schools, he said.
welcomed as a visitor to Tampa this past week Dr. John
YOUIt FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER avoid permitting some truthsof : "This expansion represents
SERVED OCEAN FRESH Eichorn. He is one of the Boston College educators work the Faith to be obscured, under an investment of over $30 SEAFOOD

HUSHPUFPIES AND ROLLS ing in the diocese at the request of the diocesan Depart the pretext of progress and million in high school buildings

Chicken and SteaksAt ment of Education. With Dr. Eichorn above are Sister adaptation.Q. ," he said. The program

Famous Johns Pass Catherine Laboure, right, principal, and Sister Mary Do you think that the boosted the high school sys- 1533-3rd St. So. Phone 862-5163 St. Pete, Ra.I .

Daniel, one of the Tampa Morning Star teacherr. council will bring chances i in tam s seating capacity to 71000.


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Catholic CommentMorning Frank J. Sheed J Sinister Red Press Lulls Unwary I

I Vicars of Christ' All Teach WHY Is it, may I ask that uary 18 that we renew favorite charge that U.S. armef

commentators hide trade benefits to Red Poland forces have violated the basic

Infallibly True Doctrine from Americans knowledge of and Red Yugoslavia, both bent provisions of the UN charter.

the December "International upon our ruin. They hate done so "by their

Star Schools Serve Us < from papers even hinted that communism Then the question is asked:
sort of Popes Church has had?
Moscow? Were under Khrushchev "What remains of respect for
"GOOD morning, Father. I would like the mind. If he has difficulty hearing, then The mention of Popes is calculated to raise the temperature this document was now ending its drive sovereignty and independence,

to you about enrolling my we will give him the special attention that of any conversation. Men who can widely known, % against the West for goods as of equal rights and nonInterference

child in school.! How many times a Priest he must receive. If he has difficulty speak- Jj$ be moderate on other subjects cannot be we would be Islam did. because of divisionsand when the strongest

has heard this. In most instances the ing, then we will train those lips to speak. 41 moderate on this. The man who dreams less tempted to \ lack of original fanaticism.This capitalist power threatens Cuba

Priest is able to say, "we would like very The handicapped child is a special objectof fi :- of the Pope and wakes up in a cold sweat relaxation i in was a misreading of with all her military might and

much to enroll your child." But occasionally love of the parents. The family in most '.- %;, may be rarer than he used to be. But the our anti-com. history.The tries to dictate to her what

the parent will continue and say, "I instances has to make huge financial sac- '\ common opinion remains that wickednessis munist efforts Islamic Invasions of the she is to buy abroad, whose

would like to enroll my child in a Catholic rifices to raise a handicapped child. .The s's',.. an almost indispensable requirement for because of the West were halted only by the economic and defense assist-
of Christian Europeby ance she is to accept or not
school, but he is handicapped." same is true of Holy :Mother the Church.It the papacy-I remember a heckler sayingto sin -soyiet dis- courage ,. "
Charles Martel at Tours in accept?
Before the : Star Schools takes much to educate handi- "Your Church makes
Morning came more a me, good men
Don John Austria further
Louis F. Budenzpute. 732, by of at The charges go even
into existence in our Diocese, the Priest capped Catholic child than it does the Saints and bad men Popes." The least Lepanto in 1571, and by Prince and include the idea that the

had to say, "We are sorry we have no facilities ordinary child. Holy Mother: the Church bigoted people take for granted that the We would become sharply Eugene at Belgrade in 1717. blockade is simultaneously a

for handicapped children." But no must be all things to all men. So, throughour Popes are a pretty sinister lot-with the conscious that while we Everyone should read again means of C S. interference in

longer do our Priests have to say that. Catholic Charities, we provide,the spe- happy exception of tie present Pope who visits prisoners.There were watching the Chinese and the stirring poem by Gilbert K. Cuba's domestic affairs; in

Now he can say, "We probably can accept cial personnel needed to run our small but are Catholics who Soviet communists, Tito had Chesterton on Lepanto. We short, it is intervention, whichis

your child." Our Morning'Star Schools not most precious :Morning Star Schools for plunge to the defense of same-when it is hard for the slipped openly into the Moscow will note that he does not spare prohibited not only by the
will Christ's Vicars with as little onlooker to see very much sIn. camp. He took with him the scorn for the appeasers of that UN charter but also by the
only accept the physically handicappedchild the handicapped children. Special thera- three
actual knowledge of papal his- cerity. The tenth century was dollars we so gen. day: charter of the Organization of
but will give him the same God- pists, physical therapists teachers
especially erously gave him. "
tory as those who assail them. the worst-one particular fame "The cold Queen of England, American States.
centered education that he would receivein trained facilities
special especially One has heard Cathoilcs say ily had such a grip on the cityof While Khrushchev's "In- Elizabeth I, "is looking at the The conclusion is reached
any one of our regular parish schools.If designed schools, special equpment-all of that there were only six bad Rome that the Popes were ternational Affairs" was denouncing glass." that the world must see the

he has difficulty moving his limbs, then these we have for the special child who is Popes out of 260, and that the simply its nominees, and the the Pentagon In "The shadow of the Valois," necessity "to bridle the U. S.

we will educate those limbs while educating so close to Christ-the handicapped child. Apostles had a far worse aver- papacy sank to an appallinglevel Washington as guilty of "in- the weak Charles IX of France, militarists and their accom

age, one in twelve. But this in a man like John XII. ternational lawlessness," our "is yawning at the Mass." But plices." The leaders of the U.S.

won't do. In God's providence, the President of "piracy" toward it was Don John of Austria armed forces should be checkedin

The number six is arrived at Church lived on. Cuba, and Bonn again of and the Spanish forces which their "reckless acts," since

Father John J. Castelot by Ignoring all the command Nothing like that has hap "anti-soviet hysteria," what were "going to the war," and they are promoting "savage

I ments but one-the sixth, as it pened since. But there have are most of our journalists they smashed the Islamic host. jungle law."

Psalms Impart Practical AdviceTHE chances!-and assuming that been worldly periods and saying: ? What is it that Khrushchevtells From that rabid attack In

only Popes who can be provedto Popes whom the most determined In mid-January, one of our the comrades of the the beginning, the publication

have sinned against that one Catholic cannot find widely syndicated columnists world through the pages of the goes on to indict ",\mt -
wisdom or didactic the building of a temple most suIting under the circum are to be called "bad." attractive. Every one of them, recommended that now we current "International Affairs ican Imperialism" on page

are those in which impractical and the Ark of the stances. There are, of course, other we hold, was the Vicar of could enter into "a test ban ?" after page. It reaches Its

the psalmist ponders prayer- Covenant, symbol of Yahweh's Interestingly I our psalm sins and worse sins: some of Christ. In our early days in treaty," presumably without First, the direct charge is high point when it demandsthe

fully some profound mysteryor presence among them, was keptin extols' precisely those virtues them lie in the depth of the the Catholic evidence guild the inspection. This was because laid at the door of the Pentagonthat end of all U.S. bases In

truth like the Innermost compartment which were most flagrantly soul where only God can see Popes of this sort were our "the main danger of China- it is making an "effort to Latin America.

death and retribution of a large tent. abused during the them. We simply list good worst headache. We never sheltered soviet cheating" will turn lawlessness into law, so as They are said to be not only

or in After the entry into the prophetic period: charity and Popes and bad in two columns, mentioned them ourselves; have disappeared. to justify the international "part of the world-wide military -

which the au promised Land and the estab- justice.It gratified that the good columnis when we were taunted with About the same time, on January crimes committed by the U. S. system of American imperialism -
thor seeks to -';- lishment of the monarchy Sol. is the man who is honest 12, the British "soviet "
so much the longer.At them, we felt that the day was expert militarists. but also agencies
impart prac omon built a magnificent temple and kind who is worthy to the beginning 0 f b I aMass lost, that we were doing more ,*' Edward Crankshaw, was This has not only been for suppressing national liberation -

UCtadcto on Mt. Sion, the mountainof stand in the presence of the every Pope, saying the harm than good, that if only bidding us look to a future marked by "illegitimate acts in movements.

his audience. T' .? Jerusalem. It li to this temple Lord; the man who refuses to Confiteor as all Priests say we had had the sense to stayat wonderland of "peaceful co the air and in space," but also When the whole story Is

Psalm 14 is a that the pilgrims are mak- applaud the wicked, no matter it, confesses: home these skeletons would existence." There Washingtonand by the attempt to "substantiateU. fully told on inner-communist

good example' ing their way.Throughout how rich or charming or pow- "I have sinned exceedinglyin not have been dragged out of Moscow could wander aggression against Cuba, arguments and relations, we

of the latter the history of erful they may be, but reserves thought, word and deed, our cupboard for all to see. hand in hand with Peking hostile which is aimed at the forcible will bitterly learn again that

type. It lists the people, the prophets had to his esteem for those who really through my fault, through my It was only gradually that to both. overthrow of the social and all communists are our bandit-

some of the virtues which the fight vigorously against a ten- deserve it; those who fear and fault, through my most grievous we came to realize the folly of The Manchester Guardian economic system freely chosen like enemies. This I is so

good Israelite should possess dency which Is a danger in any serve the Lord ((4)); the man fait." This may strike us this. God's Church has had bad Washington commentator, by the Cuban people.) whether they are called

if he wants to be worthy to organized religion: the tendency who is willing to take a loss as truer of some Popes than Popes, bad Bishops, badPriests Max Freedman, urged on Jan The publication goes on to : CIao, or Tito.
enter the presence of God In of formalism. rather than to renege on a bar- others. and unspeakable laymen.It .

the temple. Didactic though It Human nature being what gain; the man who does not But In any event, looking is for us to present the

Is, it has a definite liturgicalring it is fall Into take unfair advantage of the simply at what history records, Church God founded, not a Father Leo J. TreseChronic
people easily
to It, and It Is easy to unfortunate by lending moneyto while we may feel that the superior Church of our own
imagine pilgrims using It as routine In religious matters. them at a crushing rate of Popes present a magnificent invention.Our I IARE

they prepared to enter the sacred They get the Ideaperhapsnot interest and refuses to close his totality, it is yet clear that they duty to God is to show Late -. Comer Uncharitable

temple precincts.The even consciously expressedthat eyes to justice for the sake of have their souls to save like His Church exactly as it is,
first in if they go through the lining his pockets ((5)).' Such a saints and sinners and all.
verse, question
other men, and that papacy you a punctual person? either. of the things that will basically a self-centered person.
form, have been chanted prescribed motions of worshipGod one will know a deep unruffled We no longer wait for our
may carries no guarantee that they so, you are practicingthe have to be done before he is No should be
one so compulsive -
by the and the remain- is pleased with them and peace. listeners to tell us about the
group will save them. virtue of charity In an ready to leave. With his poor in
four by individual they have nothing to worry ,Our Lord was ,to repeat this less attractive Popes, we tell the matter of punctuality -
ng orvenanalternating What then, of the Holy area in which many peoplefail. sense of timing, he may under as to become nervously
group. about. lesson on more than one occasion Spirit? Might He not be, expected then! And our listeners have Perhaps it take a half-hour task ten minutes disturbed occasional and
by an
Singing It, the pilgrims The prophets waged unceas- ; it is so fundamentally to choose none but good stopped bothering about them. never has occurred before he should:depart/Rinavoidable delay.

uould bo reminded of the dispositions ing and vehement war againstthis important! men to head Christ's Church? For at the same time we to you There are few excuses more l,
Their Perhaps most familiar of teach the doctrine of the Mystical However, if we truly do have
attitude. people
required of them There is a misunderstandinghere. to ask yourself time-worn than, "I didn't thinkit
1 on all lib words in the Ser the love for our neighbor which
are "
this: solemn occasion. were committing the most Body. when examining "-'ft would take so long.
heinous sins day In and day mon on the Mount: The Holy Spirit does not They have learned that for your the Jesus demands of us, we shall
0 Lord, who shall sojourn In Obviously, disorganized not often be guilty of wasting
the "Therefore, if thou art offering us the Popes are not the
out and then offering required choose the Popes. c o nacience i also is a thoughtless
our tent? Who shall dwell on sacrifices with a smug thy gift at the altar, and There have been various Church, Christ is: its gifts are "Was I late, person.person He (or she) will repeat another's time.
your holy mountain? then rememlerest that thy from Him not from them. Guilt feelings are another
and complacent piety.God's modes of election. For a long through m y< the same pattern of tardinessover
The reference to the tent recalls brother has anything against _ form of psychological problem -
spokesmen assured time now they have been Under the least holy, the own fault, in and over, without seeming
the days when the them that the Lord was might. thee, leave thy gift before the chosen by the Cardinals, who Church they unworthily govern keeping an _ to realize, "There must be Yihirh ran complicate a
Israelites were wandering in altar and go first to be: reconciled for still Sacramentsand pei-son's spiritual life and rob
pray to the Holy Spirit gives Mass and appointment ? something wrong with me, I
the desert after their escape ily displeased by such hypocrisy to thy brother, and then Doctrine true- Few him of joy in lila religion.
guidance: like all prayers, this infallibly personsdo must learn to plan my time
from bondage In Egypt. Their that their sacrifices were come and offer thy gift" (Matt. one is answered according to the most notorious Pope has advert to the fact that habitual -more realistically." Guilt feelings, in the psycho-

unsettled circumstances made worthless, indeed positively in. 5, 23-24)). the depth of the sincerity of never taught an immoral doc tardiness indicates a lack The second and more vie- logical meaning of the term, do

those who offer it. of charitv. Almost everyoneis not pertain to some recognizedsin.
And there have been times trine.We are in Christ's hands, and unpuiujtual: on occasion. A bus type of unpunctoal person Any normal person feels

Question Box -not frequent, but real all the in them we are wholly secure. man leaves for work at the is the self-centered in- guilty when he has deliberately

usual hour, only to find that ditldual. sinned and it Is good that he

1\ his car has a flat tire. A couple His first love is for himself.He does. This sense of guilt disappears

\ Here's Why We Observe SundayQ. Father Patrick O'Connor enroute to a dinner engagementare does not particularly care however, when the

delayed by an accident on whether he keeps other per sinner has repented and has

Suffers the freeway. sons waiting or not. There obtained God's forgiveness.
How shall )leaven and whatever thou North Vietnam, ByCommunists'
we answer ; : This kind of unavoidable even may be a latent streak of Psychological guilt feelings
the objections of those who Questions should be addressed !;halt loose on earth shall be. tardiness is easily borne with. sadism in his nature. He (or on the other hand, are a vague
complain that, contrary to to: Question Box, I,oosed also in heaven." Persecution she) may take unconscious and generalized conviction of

the teachings of the Bible, The Florida Catholic, P.O. Note that the Apostles wastd The real offender against delight in annoying people by personal unworthiness which
Box 3551, Orlando, Florida. i c? no time in using this divine in north Vietnam charity is the chronic making them wait.It repentance and absolution seem
against religion
we Catholics worship God on COMMUNIST pressure who wastes hours of
,authority. They made sure thai may be, too, that he suffers powerless to alleviate. Againit
month according to reports
; keenly every other people's time.
Sunday rather than Saturday -
1 the new Christians. most all ol is the
J nesday as their day of rest, : reaching Saigon through Vietnamese in Cambodia. from feelings of insecurityor psychiatrist, even
? 1 them Jews, recognized that the This may not be money, but inferiority which make him more than the confessor, whose
1 then they would have been obliged -
Catholics in Hanoi of
capital to most of It is valuable '
DId Law was abrogated and Two bishops-elect, for Thanh us a very wish to magnify his own Im services are needed.
to keep
A. I find no order from God Wednesday holy. Red-ruled north Vietnam, are commodity.A .
1 that they were living under a Hoa and Langson dioceses, are his late arrival he Meanwhile God is
observe portance. By infinitely
In the Bible that we must But the Christians following indignant over the arrest of .
Saturday as the Sabbath.I I Our Lord's establishment of J'new dispensation, that the old Brother Clement Pham van still prevented by the authorities theater party waits impatiently attracts notice and becomes the patient with us and has compassion -
law of the Jewish faith no long. for the arrival of one
from receiving episcopal center of attention. Whatever for our infirmities.No .
find that He commanded all
His Church and His death on Dat C.SS.R., who, was taken
er obliged them, and that they consecration. of their group. "So sorry. I variations of motive there
of us to keep the Sabbath holy, the Cross were in no way oblIged away by police last October 9. may one will ever go to hell
but it would be a mistake to to the Jewish law and were to follow the new law of He has not been heard of since. Catholic schools have just couldn't find my when scarf she, be, this type of tardy-arriver is "because he couldn't nelp It."
Christ. the lady exclaims
conclude that the words Satur-I customs. No explanation for his arrest ceased to exist. Education Is
And they would know that finally appears, the first act
all marxist.
day and Sabbath are synonymous. And the Christians since that was given.
new law through His Church Vietnamese Religious Teachers have been remind. over. TRANGE
time have no more obligationto Another BUT
which would with A hurries into the air-
speak His.
Sabbath, "the day of rest," follow the customs of the Brother Marcel C.SS.R., ed to observe Instruction 197 man S TRUE
authority and in His Name. port twenty minutes late to Little-Known Facts for
of the central committee of the
the in
was Saturday for the Jewish Jews or the laws drawn up specifically was taken by police
people. Their leaders chose that for them than the Maltese Those who have resurrectedthe Hanoi in 1955 and died in prison. workers' party (the name of meet his arriving relatives. By M. J. MURRAY eo".tw. 3S..tr.c.w.c......s--

day U their day of rest and It have of observing our Labor Idea of observing Saturday the communist party in Viet "Hope you haven't been here

remained so for them for cen- Day. instead of Sunday as the Sabbath The last foreign missionary nam), which sees that "the long," he pretends to apologize.
late in 1960 children and of "Something came up just as I
turie If they had chosen 'VedPubU.bf'd As long as the Jewish people are, as you indicated in Priest expelled youths today
said that there were eight shall be the builders of socialism ., was leaving" (the "something"being
remained the chosen people, your letter, the Seventh Day the ).
sports page
Vietnamese Priests' then In and communism in future.
they were obliged to follow the
of Adventists. These people arrive prison.It Catholics in north Vietnam A luncheon group grows
particular specifications
their religion. on the scene 19 centuriestoo is estimated that thereare apparently ,knew about the: hungrier as it watches the

late to be taken seriously. now about 300 Priests in ecumenical council and were> door for the missing member.
Remember that the natural
the communist-ruled north. The praying for it. This is clear' "Oh, you shouldn't have waited
When they refer to the Bible -
which all
law of
governs number of Catholics is said to from an article in "Hoc Tap"' for me" the tardy one exclaims ::
everywhere and at all they inadvertently bowto
people the Catholic Church which be about 750,000, at most. It is (Instruction), a monthly publication insincerely. "I had to stop on
times, obliges us to give proper impossible to give accurate for communist party. my way to exchange a pair of
wrote and gathered
to God. The Ten Com
worship books of the Testament figures because of the diffi- cadres, which published ar. shoes." li19 I1 Ii 4r VIC1'AflD SCMC O'Ulb '
FrhlayFLORIDA new -
SeT7 mandments were a more and culty of communication with tide last September belittlingthe ; She didn't really have to, but i// his sciPna CDHHCHTARtCSTO

)'.0. Bat 5551 CATHOLIC OArdm PRESS.S-S4S8 Inc. specific: the day of worshipwas their infallibly. declared in the north and between the counciL It also attacked 1 the shoes meant more to her ic :ii i1 SrCNO6RAPMr80H4Y
Colonial Drive Orlando the day of rest, the Sab- authenticity.Of convenience of jIIJ in SRflWD
lit East north and the outside world. Pope John XXIII. than did the
Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada. bath day. all the so-called Christian Priests are too few for the Because of Catholic tenacityin ', her friends. .j I31 !!R SIMiLAR TQ THAT Iff LiZ 7PZW.UEBFRAUM1LCH .

JS.OO.$4.00 per year; otbcr cofcntrU God, however, left the choiceof religions around in the world needs. Mass is celebrated in the north and because thi 1 In a wide variety of guises,

The Florida Cathelle la a member the day up to the Jewish today, it alone was around in the churches, but Priests are communists want to disarm th t jopng or ol ot the Catholic Press Associationand leaders. They chose the seventh the early centuries of the Chris- restricted in their movements' distrust of the Catholics in the the habitually unpunctual w FWI4I

Conference the National News Catholio Service. Welfare Bogner day of the week. tian era to do so. even for urgent pastoral needs. much-coveted south, no general]I person usually falls into one 1 -

and Martin publishers representative But all that passed with the You will find that you will People in outlying districts die frontal attack has beer L of two general classifications. I I I 'ou%LADY'S MILK5.i

Mar* 1.Entered 1953. as at second Orlando.clan Florida.mall coming of Jesus Christ into our not get very far in pointingout without the sacraments be- launched so far against the: The more Innocent of the '

under the Act of March 3. 1S79.'. world. He spent three-years that Sunday the proper cause the police hinder Priests Church in north Vietnam.But two types is the "disorganized"person. 14L wx fiKlSTiKS wwoowN LRog
day of rest, since they do not is reaL M3RK MlHSTCR IS FttARWTOWE .5 WOQM5,OW
proving that He was God and from going any distance out- the persecution .
EB 44JGH rosy IH MtfttVAt STWUfOGLASC ,: RHiWc,
that He had full authority "in recognize the authority of side their villages on sick Merely by the restrictions or L He may say, "I'll meet youI

Father Vincent E. Smith heaven and on earth." Christ. Your first job will be calls. Priests' and Bishops' pastora:I at seven," without stopping to M 8OTA1M. j t -
Ex. uU1'. Editor to concentrate on our teaching Bishops. are not allowed to work, by the elimination o:I estimate realistically how long -- -
Editors: MU. Ja.e guise With that authority He established -about Him. travel around their dioceses Catholic schools and by th r it will take him to get to the + fl4EPT 4Rr 500,000

Mark Joseph A.A.lUllwlf Rosier "My Church." To that Once they understand that, even on such pastoral workas steady diminution of the number place of meeting. In hid bOok. PIOHURc(itn' ,utr.iizi?

AdvertislnaIanaaer Church He gave that authority; they will be able to understand giving Confirmation.All of Priests, the persecutior L stop lights and heavy traffic DJ uHTR1.IRfLAND.; TWt OOTSiOC MOV MtNT TWAT 1wo $

"Whatever thou shalt bind on why we go to Church on Sunday :seminaries except one, becomes progressively mor<> do not exist. I $- # strr 1P4 AJSTRALJA.
Friday, February; 1, 19G3 earth shall be bound also in and why they should, too. apparently, have had to close. menacing. He does not remind himself,



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-s l.ngton Letter I ::rirr -- -. --- t S S 'A'he Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 1, 1963( Page Five
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I Expert Forecasts Science Era Soon Council Coverage Seen As

'Outstanding' CPA HeadBy
T OMORROW'S average man will have to have a basic education in science just to I rA

keep up with the things going around him. This is the declared opinion of a man

who ought to know .:.- Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg, chairman of the United States atomic c Floyd Anderson
President, Catholic Press Association
commission.Dr. .
ing; nuclear advances produc. this by saying "one pure undiluted i XCWC News Service
Seaborg, believes the
time Is so near that oughtto ing power, making possible ounce of one very use- February the Church in America observes Catholic
we IN
high-speed, long-cruising ships, ful radioisotope radiophos-
start preparing for it now. Press Month, and we pause for a brief evaluation of the
extending outer space exploration phorous-is a very large quan-
Great as are the advances madeso j present position of our Catholic press today.
aiding medicine and research tity; indeed, much larger than l
far, "tomorrow's world will
agriculture and animal anyone needs. This ounce Catholic newspaper, maga- council has probably received

be a world of even further husbandry; serving in numerous would cost ten billion dollars. zine and book publishers have better coverage than any other

scientific and technological"discoveries other fields.A Fortunately, important chem- distinguished themselves these Church event in history

and applications, he program already under ical and medical experimentscan past few months by their out When the second session

has declared here."Tomorrow's way may power communication be conducted with a ml!. WAyI standing coverage of what has of the council begins this I
citizens 1 n .
satellites that will make lion-millionths of an ounce, been called the greatest Catholic September" wr can look for-
order to participate in a meaningful :'L I ;
S of this
1 possible the broadcasting of costing,only a penny. news story centurythe nard to continued iMit!''l.m1inj
in their scientific ---------- --- --- -- -- -
radio and TV programs directly Maybe we'd better get an BLESSING ON SALNTSFIRST FEAST Second Vatican Council news and backgroundcopragp

society-must have a basic un into all homes. early start, if we are going to the first session of which was the Catholic
derstanding of the principlesof Pope John XXIII incenses the remains of St. Vincent Pallotti during a visit to by

sciences and engineeringupon Telstar' presently requires' understand all of this. the Church of Sant'Andrea della Valle in Rome on the newly canonized saint's first cember.concluded in Rome last De press!' and the general prrsof

which their world will sensitive receivers to amplifyand feast-January 22. The body was brought to the church from another Roman .\III f'rica.
Week by week, Catholic dioc- \ hi i 1 Catholic
be built" Dr. Seaborg asserted.'Tomorrow's relay messages. In Puerto Rico church_ San Salvatore in Onda, where it normally is enshrined, for a triduun.F e thanking
esan weekly have
papers America for its
: present sup-
citizens must be "Imagine such communica.
scientifically literate. The timeto tion satellites in 24-hour brought full coverage on council porte suggest to America's
Island Marks
School Is Goal of Drive developments: to Catholic Catholic readers wider use of
start this vast educational bits, Dr. Seaborg said. "Theseare idaIIReportsi
lor America, Catholic magazineshave
program of all the people is orbits at altitudes of about Catholic newspapers malr.l'zines
Historic Day published many fascinating hooks and pamphlets, so
today if we are successfullyto 20,000 miles where the periodsof Set Sunday at BrooksvilleBROOKSVILLE
meet the challenge of to- revolution are just equalto background and interpretative they may keep abreast of the
articles, and book publishers council newsandthe
morrow." 24 hours, the earth's periodof By Missions important
-St. Anthony's Mission will have a, have produced helpful growing volume of other
The AEG chairman believes revolution. Thus, such a

that, In the years to communication satellite would PONCE (NC) -The great OrlandoST. school if the minimum campaign goal of $30,030 in pledgesis and illuminating texts: on past Catholic informationthroughthe
councils and the
present one medium of our ever-im
come, the "peaceful atom" appear stationary over one spoton mission of Puerto Rico, commemorating JOhN VIANNEY'Gibbs reached on Sunday, February 3. The parishioners, said their history and meaning. American
proving ever-growing
will have a greater Impacton earth and three such satellites the 450th anni- Father Edward R. Martineau O.S.B., will be asked to pledgeat :
Louis women's
In fact about this Catholic
apparel news press.
our than the "mil.t properly situated could
t society versary of the first enthrone- store in downtown Orlando least that amount, payable _ _ __
nary atom" has had. cover television transmission ment of a Bishop in the New -
will present a fashion over a two-year period.
lie points out that the total, over the entire earth World, has begun here. ORLANDO PARK
show at the benefit card partyon Enlistment of men to con. WINTER IYouII
locked in the world's Dr. Seaborg said radioisotopes
energy up The religious observance will GeorgeVashlngton's birth duct the parish-wide campaign __
supply of uranium and thoriumores used in medical research spread throughout Puerto Rico
for funds build the
day, February 22, planned by new
is "many thousandfold diagnosis and treatment, "are in the coming weeks and will
school in Brooksville is
members of the Woman's Club pro-
that in the known reserves of made in relatively large quantities" come to an end on Easter Sun U9YflTRAILIRSCOTTAGIS -G
gressing Father
of St. John Vianney parish. satisfactorily, Business With
Enjoy Doing -
fossil fuels such as oil, gas in nuclear reactors operated day with a general family Com Edward .
The time for the event is 8 p.m. reports.
and coal. by the AEC, but that munion. Donation of $1.25 will include Members, of the executive $],9"r: .f' I ORLANDO FEDERALTHREE

The expert sees nuclear explosions "even these quantities are Bishop James E. lcManusC.SSR. fashion show and card partyat committee mot in campaign '- '< P.'nce'

offering "great advan, small compared with what we Ponce
of presided at Ins
the First Federal Savings headquarters; ;t Monday HOMES
I tages" in excavating, mining,, usually consider to be a large ceremonies here marking the and Loan lounge on the cornerof evening under the directionof 116 FT. ELEVATION CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

earth-moving, earth-crushingand : amount" start of the great mission. It Michigan and Orange, sponsors John P. Aughey, general $S Pit NO DOWN Drive-In Tellers Night Depository

channel and harbor dredg.. The AEC chairman explained will begin in the Arecibo diocese say. Men and women of chairman of the drive. MO. PAYMENT

on February 3 and in the Plans drawn for the 165 M.UlW Water Save-By-Mail Service: School: Savings
this and neighboring parishes were up .
t.-.l! I. i-AM*
a ORLANDO WINTER PARK San Juan archdiocese March the final phase of the enlistment BROTHERS
are urged to attend benefit. BLOCH Customer Parking Lots Home LoansTravelers'

24. Tickets may be obtained by program which is expected to I.n.,"Engineered Cvmmwmti.
The island's Bishops, in a Include: Snot* lake Etroiei.. lake Wt...r Checks Investment Accounts
calling Mrs. John Sears, recruit approximately 50 men Sh.,.",. Smitk. lake V Ieg.. HorhSheret
aI i"rt Centre)Flo.
letter have e arva.
joint pastoral GA 4-0972, or Mrs. William of the parish. These devoted I'll. OKL.AMMI tiA j.MaU

SENIOR CITIZENSHospital described the mission as "the Lambert, CH 1-6171. parishioners will visit over Or rltr For Free SAVINGS. ACCOUNTS ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND

greatest event in the religions K OFC 165 members of the congrega- .......Color.......ItrotliurrBLOCH ............... INSURED UP TO 41/4% Per Annum

Expense Policy life of Puerto Rico." "Open house" is set Sunday, tion in their homes, Sunday : BROS, "uiviiw.FLA. : $10,000 COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY
Bishop Alfredo Mendez of Pte ,4 free krvcKiwe let :
Provides Excellent Benefits February 7 at 7 p.m. by the afternoon between 2 and 4 .5.- ..
Arecibo in a pastoral devoted o'cloek. : ....
members ,0C Our Lady of A :
At Low Cost mainly to the mission stressedthe ._ _
Chairman Aughey presidedat : C"! St.' :
the Lakes Council 5150, Knightsof
WRITTEN UP TO AGE 100 need for "friendship, understanding Columbus. All men inter- a meeting of the general -...........................- ; :( 'awnat

Write or Call and prayer" in ested in the program movie, solicitation committee on Wednesday ."'- AND LOAN. ASSOCIATION
Catholic relations with Prot- ..
evening in campaign

Kuykendall Insurance Agency estants. refreshments question and-answer are invited period to headquarters. Crer 's .. I ... !& ....,
He said it is the wish of
425-6681 P.O. Box 3711 Orlands the open house to he held in Benediction of the Most -

Pope John XXIII that "all who the cafeteria of the Bishop Blessed Sacrament will precedethe Clothes LineFinest ....PINE w.cii HILLS-a,,IkANCH.r.,M.... 00A6I00U"-*.-vui_..T U"TOM ,..COLONIAL. &.K.' 'UMCH....e_
can should aid in the develop- Moore High School. Sunday solicitation.Dr. .

ment of a unity among believers John Coppedge will assist in ClothingFor

in Christ." Indian Rocks Mr. Girls & Boys
The mission commemoratesthe fl. iiO24 KJjtrwatrr Ilr. (;.V 4-7738
Frank Michanczyk served as
On the shores of beautiful '< **:
bile Lola overlooking the l| enthronement' of Bishop Beach 1advance solicitation chairman Savings deposited by the tenth of the month earn interest

illuminated Centennial Fountain. Alonso Manso as first Bishopof ST. JEROMEBoy assisted. by Curtis Watkins. "
San JUan in 1512. Joseph Westover has been WALTER MENGES from the first of the month!
Scout Troop 317 will be

the beneficiary of the proceeds appointed general solicitation Clothier To MenThe

Control chairman and Harold Thorn Finest In Men' Wear
Complete of a spaghetti dinner plannedfor
Sat- ton, assistant. Members of the 206 X. ORANGE AVE. I-
CO. urday, February 16. advisory board are Edmund Across' From St. James

Incorporated lUC Robert '\". Kane, president of Krysiewicz Winifred Page,

o ___ ;: FRANK E. FLYNN, Mgr. 1IZO Wilfred Dr.r.o.. lias. 8148 the Holy Name Society of the Darrell Todd, Peter Holowecki, FOUR PER CENT

..Itlt:, ,- -- I Phone CHerry 1-3311 OrUado 341-3406 parish, reports that the dinner Sylvanus Skrovig and Richard 14k. Religious Items per annum guaranteed interest paid on Certif'cate
-"all you can eat for a dollar Sterling Rosaries
of Deposit savings of 12 months or longer, with interest
((50 cents for children) -will :Next to PnhlU:

FAIRVIEWCleaners he served from 5-7 p.m. at St, 2300 KdRCttater: Drive remitted to you quarterly by check.

"THE RAMBLES"A & Laundry Jerome Palm parish. I ObituaryMRS. : GRAY'S JEWELRY



Quiet, Restful Environment. Reasonable Rates 4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando Members of St. Joseph's ORANGE PARK Father Furniture: Reupholstered PER CENT per annum interest paid on all regular

KAThRYN KERR CARROLL, R.N.-Owner-Mgr. At Prices You Can Afford
1759 ALABAMA DR., WINTER PARK Phone 311 4-7960 Catholicomens Club have Joseph Corde offered Requiem Free EstimatesE&S savings, with interest compounded quarterly!
JIM BLAKE planned a dessert fashion show Mass at St. Mary's Chapel here

OFFICE SUPPLYF for Sunday, February 3, at 2:30: for the funeral of Mrs. Anna REUPHOLSTERING

U R X I T U R K p.m. at the parish hall in Palm Allen 90. She died on January 2011 y GA So. 51717Gary's Orange Ave. MCC

Jersey Jug Dairy OFFICE SUPPLIES Bay. The public is invited to 21 and wa buried after the

see fashions from these cooperating -Mass on the following Wednesday > MME
k BUY THF3 REST FOR LESS 311 7-2632; pIAL

Farm Fresh Milk and Milk Product 658 ORANGE: AVE., W.P. business men: Ginny morning.
Duck Inn B/X N K Of Wutftt tok
At Our Cash and Carry Drive-Ins Lee Shop, Belles and Beaux Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan |>( \

4S14 No. Orange Blossom Trail CV 5-0320) : The Junior Deb Valerie's V.F., who was a close friend of GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE 750 SOUTH ORLANDO AVENUE

"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" \\ edding Service and J's Men's the deceased since the churchwas FINEST SEAFOOD AND MEMBER F. D. I. C.

and Boy's Store.Donation a mission of St. Paul parish ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE

SAVE TIME BUMBY'S WILL HAVE IT COLLEGE PARK for adults will bea Jacksonville, for a time Phone GA 4-4531

FLORISTFLOWERS dollar. Children may come gave the sermon at the funeral 3974 So. Or. BI. Trail :_

BUMBY! HARDWARE BY WIRE in free, if accompanied by as well as the final absolution. SI_

adult. There will be
2120 GA 3.5771 organ More Protestants than
I music by Mrs. Barbara Heartz.
102 ".. Church St., Orlando 108 Park Aven Winter Park Orlando Nile GA 2-0894 Catholics came to bury MrAllen. *-.
I Mrs. Marian Knecht
presidentof Monsignor :Nolan explained SECURITY FEDERAL
the club, and other members .
the meaning of Catholic ,. *.
I Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres? will serve as models according burial and the Church's I __ __ __ __ SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION '
to Mrs. Sue Schmitt. _ WE ARE NOT THE BUT ,.
I AVe have a home designed for your family ATTARDREAL teachings on death. LARGEST. St\
general chairman. ti.1 : WE TRY TO BE THE FRIENDLIEST.
Mrs. Allen numbered among __ _
DEMETREE BUILDERS ESTATEREALTOR.BUILDER ClermontBLESSED her friends those Priests who _: per annum S: :

SACRAMENT had served the area over the 41//4 % current dividend
t 5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922 compounded quarterly
complete real estate service past 53 years. She was born in _
Public patronage i is" invitedto 919 West Fairbanks .h'r. 311 .JlOO-'lr.ter Park
Pittsburgh in 1866. She was a
the Blessed Sacrament \\omen's -
widow and a daughter sur-
I POOL Guild card
SWIMMIN I party set for
GA 4-2788 MI 7-G34M vives.
Sales & Service February 14 at 8 p.m. in the
? She was the oldest memberof
Construction- Chemicals Clermont Woman's Club.
the parish said Father I
Service Donation per person is a
Equipment- Itf"Mr;
Corde. Mrs. Allen had worked eLRf4g
Model at 4121 Edgewater Drive GATEWAYELECTRONICS dollar. Members and their (
in the sacristy and around the
Glazed Marble Finish friends may reserve tables
altars of the church since 1909 U 4.7 \ LTWINTER P CS '
RUDY SHODIS GA 3-7678 CY 3-2101 with Mrs. David Boyd-Smith : 5i.;
[ when she came here as one of
394-3155 or Mrs. Alvin Rich.
few Catholics in the area. PARK, FLORIDA
RC.Zenith Dumont ards, 394-2251 for reservations.,
There will be refreshments i Many were the tasks she performed -
THOMSON & McKINNONIN COLOR TV Complete Trust Detriment Services
and prizes. Players are askedto [ : breakfast for the visiting -

HI-FI provide their own cards Priest cleaning sewing. SERVING THIS COMMUNITY FOR 45 YEARSMl

ORLANDO SINCE 1924 SALES & SERVICE laundering altar linens and I 7-3000 Member) F.D.I.C..
Member New York Stock Exchangeand 910 ORLANDO AVE. decorating the altar until age

WINTER PARK Orlando-Central Deanery' obliged her to give u p heri

other principal exchanges Midway 7-0489 Council of Catholic Women i cherished tasks.

board meeting will take placeWednesday "Most of us," said i Father
I February 13, 10:15: '; Conic "remember her as she The Path ..

a.m. at the Capri Restaurant,, left her residence on the St. To Home Ownership r f-
BILL BARDOE Park Drive, southwest of San' ; 4 / %
Johns waterfront for her daily Made Easier By Our r t ..
ORANGE COUNTY ford. The luncheon will cost'- visit to the Blessed Sacrament. ::- FORD FACTORY DEALER I '
Practical Home Financing ; ::
I .
$1.65. In late years. she walked CURRENT
Council Comments slowly to and from church." J' DIVIDEND

SINCE I946A1R SEALED NEW CAR DEAL SANTA ROSA (NO Pastoral She was buried in Magnolia PER ANNUM

REINFORCED CONCRETE Ph. 636-3333 needs of the Church and I Cemetery in Orange Park. COMPOUNDED
Winter Park
BURIAL VAULTSWHEN W. Hwy. 50 religious unity were major jOP Federalsavings QUARTERLYW

Winter Garden concerns among participantsin i PATRONIZE THESEADVERTISERS and loan associationWINTER

ONLY THE FINEST IS GOOD ENOUGH i' the first session of the ecumenical .
To Be Sure REQUEST IT Charles council. Bishop Lee:' WHO SUPPORT New England et Knowlci Fern Park .

T. Maher of Santa Rosa has 5 MI 4-4808 TE 8-5701

.. &


Page Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 1, 1963 Asks
Australian I ; Bishop

Church in Algeria Continues Work :i- T ,44T. :,'I.t",.. ..'w1,. ,.. .,"' ".'. For Caution in ExpressionHONG

I .. ,..........,... ,,\ '. __. -4 'r /f.' ,

in Wake of War L '< -" ', ..' "'' ,,..>\, ..,,. +-. ,.#;,1 ..' KONG (NC)-"In their anxiety to please non-
Despite Hardships f .. .---
tV \?< J"' iJj )" Catholics, some of our modern theologians are turning
.. '
J J % somersaults backwards," an Australian Bishop has said
ALGIERS (NC-The economic and social chaos which has hit this country less ? : t ..* ":
It k > here recently.This .
than a year after it won independence is deeply affecting the life of the Church here. 1 7' .::" ..i ....-d' stated that the question-and-
/ .frT ., < Is the opinion of Bishop answer program of the famous
Already the Church has lost lion a :year ago to some 200,000 of both clergy and laity from > John P. O'Loughlin M.S.C., of Australian radio Priest, Father

about 80 per cent of its people, at present. now on will be to act as Chris i +t-: : Darwin, who stopped off here Leslie Rumble M.S.O, brought
Europeans who fled to :France ,
(:'uneiillj HIP Catholic pop tian witnesses by teaching and ; Jr' for a few* days en route home about better understandingthan

after independence brought an ulation (-.m be divided into caring for the sick and hungry. -J 4 .# from the ecumenical council. a thousand dialogues.
end to the seven of bit ?-
years four gioups.. This winter Algeria is facing .' lie came here after a trip to 'Ecumeninism has made lit
ter fighting between French -
The first is a small numberof the menace of famine, unemployment I Japan where he visited his tle impression in our diocese,"

troops: and Moslem rebels indigenous Catholics, for and epidemics. The -=. j I fellow-Missionaries of the Sacred he explained. "But there is nowa
which ravaged'the
country. the most part Berbers, the troubles of last summer prevented Heart in Nagoj-a. spirit of cooperation in social
the is
Although Priest the only
original inhabitants of North a normal harvest of It is the way "dialogue" is work that never existed before
Catholic left in some parishes .
j Af i ica. crops. industry and commerce being shuttlecocked by theologians and this is achieving the better
the Church is continuing to .
A second group is made up have come to a virtual standstill that has evoked the 51- understanding we all seek between -

function and js playing an important of -pieds noirs" (blackfeet), due to the departure of year-old prelate's comment on Catholics and non-Cath
role in bringing education -who have decided to remain in
: supervisory personnel. Stopgapaid some of the conversational efforts -olics.
and material aid to Atgeria's
Algeria because of their attachment from Fr..mce-$2 million a being made to achieve "Through personal contacts
impoverished peoples.It
to the country and day up to January 1-and ,..;.., .......... ,. .1 #I>. unity. in the achieving of common
is faced, however, with in the hope that they will be American surplus food have "Dialogue means inverted goals for the betterment of

making major readjustmentsafter able to rebuild it in partnership -
averted complete economic and .oldsuperstitions
: commas such as you find in many age
more than a century anda with the Moslems.A social disaster. *
e : J Shakespeare and good English are disappearingand
of work here.
quarter third of Catholics Is
group Caritas-Algeria is distributingthe novels" Bishop O'Loughlin it is the suspicions of
It was the mass exodus, made up of a small but grow- :. "
aid received from Catholic --- said. "It means good comersa- the non-Catholics we have to
which still continues, which ing number of new arrivals, --
Relief Services-National Catholic 1_ ; tion. But most modern theologians fight as much as anything.
ruined this nation's technicians from France and
new econ
Welfare Conference and are writing poor dialogueeven Catholics in Darwin number
and reduced its Catholic elsewhere who have come to 3
omy other Catholic agencies though some of them about 25 percent of the 50,000
about mil- in the service of the
population from a Algeria
throughout the world. It has may have a good plot." population where there are still

new government or in private been able to ferret out the approximately 17,000 abori
The Bishop expressed hope
capacities to assist the nation.
neediest of the needy, whereasthe gines.
that l some of the "more conservative
Lastly, there are the French
About the
official government relief theologians will 15 per cent of

soldiers and gendarmes, with machinery has become bogged Although 80 per cent of the Catholics of Algeria have left the country, the take their to offset' population is pagan. The balance -

their families. They are still down. Many Priests are now Church still continues its work among its remaining members. Through Caritas some up of the writings pens of the are predominantly Anglican -

ALMS14tEstOIIAC very numerous but their con organizing young Moslems into Algeria, distributor of food and clothing provided by Catholic Relief Services-NCWC, more revolutionary theologians Lutheran, and Methodist.

tinued presence in the countryis "self-help" groups. the Church is helping fight the menace of famine and epidemics that threaten the ," and added:

rather While the doubtful.Church has suffered Education in Algeria has newly independent state. Above, Archbishop Leon Duval of Algiers watches as an "It must be remembered Pope John's Message

numerical losses suffered from the prolongedstate Algerian workman unloads a sack of surplus flour. The foodstuffs will go to the that both the Holy Father WAShINGTON (NO -The

great of chaos almost as muchas neediest of the whether Christian :Moslem.
needy or Cardinal Bea made it of
and 1962 Christmas
I Maynord A.Dury.-FronJe M. Kytt in the past year, its essential message
the economy has. clear that there are John XXIII has been pub-
structure of parishes, schools!!!, very Pope
649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862-6503 clergy and Sisters remains Great numbers of children Colorado I Parish Will Try Tom Kennedy Dies boundaries beyond which ire lished in pamphlet for m.

intacf. between the ages of 10 and 14 HAZEI/TON (NO-Requiem cannot go." Copies are available at 25 centsa
ST. The main apostolate activity cannot read or write, and the Funeral MassesPUEBLO High Mass for Thomas Ken Regarding the diocese of copy of $17.50 per 100 copies

level of education is generallylow Evening nedy president of the United Darwin which covers 523,000 from the publications office

since extremist groups of (NC-Bishop Charles A. Buswell of Pueblo, Mine Workers of America, was square miles and includes the National Catholic Welfare Con

both sides terrorized the offered in St. Gabriel's church northern and central territories -ference. 1312 Mass. Ave. N.W,
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOMEPhone granted permission for evening funeral Masses as a
schools the civil here last week.
during war to of Australia, the Bishop Washington 5. D.C.
trial in of his
847.3131 prevent the education of Mos- program one the evening rosary service the Mr. Kennedy, 75, was a for-

-- KISSIMMEE"OLDEST lem children. parishes.The answer to their problems," mer lieutenant governor of

IX CENTRAL FLORIDA" The Church In Algeria is optional privilege will be Bishop Buswell said. "They Pennsylvania. Among those attending (4tJ 1U tntral ame BEACH MEMORIAL

Operating Under Same Name and ManagementKYLEMcLELLAN struggling to maintain its net. extended to the rest of the have been able to meet the the Requiem Mass CHAPEL
diocese if the three month's A. H. Craig-Rendal L. Bennett M. Petersburg Heath 160-5577
work of about 100 schools, colleges family of the deceased, to offer were Pennsylvania Governor

and professional training trial is satisfactory. the Bishop their sympathy, and the next William. Scranton and DavidJ. Ambulance ServiceVA SEMINOLE BEACH

TEE INC. centers. Last year 30,000 students said.The day they are able to be at McDonald, president of the 4.1673 MEMORIAL CHAPEL
choice of a morning or ST. AUGUSTINE St. rUr.bor* 891-9907
were being educated in their jobs or busin'esses. United Steel Workers of Amer.
evening funeral Mass will be
FUNERAL DIRECTORS these schools. From a religious viewpoint, ica.
left to the family of the deceased
17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLEEL Many of the lay teachers in unless the deceased-, Bishop Buswell said the shiftin He is survived by his wife,

Church schools emphasis from the funeral a son and a daughter. I
3-3966 were Algerians,
himself, expressed a preference JOHN S. RHODES JR.
Continuous Service Since 1856 Moslem as well as Christian Mass to the evening Rosary has :Mr. Kennedy had been a director -
prior to his death. If the eve-
but been regrettable.The of the Hazelton office of
most were Europeans. A
ning hour is chosen, the Absolution Catholic FUNERAL DIRECTOR
great effort is being made to rosary service is non. the Scranton diocesan
rite will follow the Mass.
- internationalize this lay teach- liturgical, and is not recognized Charities and was known as a 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055
Burial will
take the next
place in the ritual of benefactor of St. :Michael's In-
Arlington 2flenoriatChape& Jnc. ing staff to point out the supra morning. The rosary if desired burial
national character 0 f the the Church, he said. dustrial School for Boys. He
can be recited at another
Church, its political neutralityand .. 'The Mass: will be moved was a member of the Knightsof
.ST. PKTKKSItriU: 4R2d.9thve.. Xo. Ph. 3-15-0123 the good will of Catholics time. from the morning hours to the Columbus and held honorary Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home

rijAiiivATiK-LAiiGo: : AXD GULP BEACHES throughout the world.At Bishop i Bustvell explainedthat evening putting spiritual em degrees from St Vincent College 557 CLEARWATER LARGO ROAD- LARGO

_ II.) )('..\It. 19! Ph. 391-0111 584-7611 present the Catholic the evening Requiem phasis here it belongs, on the St. Francis College and
will place proper emphasison Mass and accompanying Abso- the University of Scranton, all Telephone 584-2119 I .

'- schools are better equippedand the Mav. lution," he said. The Bishop of Pennsylvania. 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
AMBULANCE SERVICE maintain higher stand "The number of persons attending
345-0101 said
funeral Masses be
can arranged -
ards than the public schools. the
evening rosary for the morning hoursif
BRETT FUNERAL HOME However, the financial burden service has increased throughthe Columbus DiscoveryANCONA
preferred. Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.
involved in carrying on years. Attendance at the (XO -The Franciscan -

_ these schools is steadily Increasing morning funeral Mass has library at Falconaranear

especially since many been declining," he said. First Mass FilmedI.llHun this east coast Italian AMBULANCE SERVICEThe

provide free education to the Bishop Buswell said most :\ (NO-A documentary town has come into possessionof Finest Service Available Regardless of Your MeansT.

_ poorer Moslem classes. American Catholics want to on a Priest's first Mass hat

Despite these difficulties, extend their sympathy on suchan ,been filmed at Abbey of the a pamphlet printed in 1511 R. Downs President D. W. Ford L.F.D.

there is still cause for hope. occasion, but often attend- Holy Cross of the Valley of the mentioning Christopher Colum-

i 4810 Central Avenue St. Petersburg The clergy, led by ArchbishopLeon ing a funeral during morning Fallen, 32 miles from here. The bus' voyage of discovery. The 1045 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg Phone 862-3609

\Ulltm T. Tuury THOMAS J. BRETT Duval of Algiers, enjoy working hours involves a real abbey was erected in memoryof library director said the pam-

Catholic Owned and Operated the respect and confidence of hardship. those who died in the Span. phlet was discovered in a mon

the masses. "Such persons have found ish Civil war ((1936 to 1939)). astery in the mountains.

F. H. Osgood Telephone

Robert A.Funeral Fisk ,m Wm. C. .Tournl n SundayClip Mass Schedule in the Diocese Funeral Director HE 5-2126

Director /I Funeral Director

_ ( anANNA .d save. This schedule contains the latest information from the parishes)

tiactsfcirtfblc; ; ; & 'JOurm14D MARIA ISLAND CREEK COVE SPRINGS )\SAR\HTOUN IUR.SOT.In'amatl .\ Osgood Funeral Home
5t. Bernard 8. ':15. 10:30: Sacred Heart 10:30 St. Mary 7, ,. 10:20 (>n 6:30, 8, '::0. 11
High School Auditorium 10 Holy same 8. 3:30. 11, 1::30 St. John ':30 7:30 9, 1015. 11:30St.
Oxygen & Radio Equipped Ambulances BAKERSVILLE 1IAINES CITY MELBOURNE Martha
Good Counsel II:10 Transfiguration I:30 Lady of Lourdes 8.t.: 10. 11 615. 8, 9, 10, 11:15. 12:15 Park Blvd. & 48th St. No.
: BABTOW HAWTHORNE MOM1CELLO School 8:15. 10:15:
107 Mass. Ave. St. Thomas 8:30 10:30 St. Philip Nerl 10:30 SL Margaret 12 SF.MINOMAREA Pinellas Park Florida
ST. CLOUD St. Madeleine Sophie Barat SINDIVV of Peace 10:15f.W
(See SEMINOLE AREA) 7:30. 9. 8, 915. 10-15. 11:30
Phon3 892-2155 VA Center 6:15 8:45 ROCKS BEACH > SMiRNA BEACH
NATiouttSnxciEoMcsHCUi. BELLE nEW St. Jerome 8. 10. 11:20 Sacred Heart 7, 9, 10, 11 SIESTA KEY
St. Michael 9, 10::0
St Theresa I St. 10
""'' "'

Joseph 7, 8, 9:15 10:30.11:45 INVERNESS Blessed Trinity 7. 9:30, 11:30 Edward I .,.' '.:.i.:...,.-.'_ .q..;..' .
Lady of Fatima 7SO 11:15 ORANGE P.RKSt. ..
12th Av. Chapel 6. : ST. PETERSBURG .
; Serving St. Petersburg Families For 40 Years BRANDON \CHfcO\VILLE Mary 9ORLANDO BIea I ed Trinity 8. 9.30. 11 ... ',. '!..:, ",
i Assumption! 7. 8:30.10. 11. U : '
Nativity: 8. 9-15. 10:10 Holy Kamilj- CECIL L. : J. }:. JOHN S. RHODES. Inc., Funeral Directors BROOKSVILLE Blessed Trinity 7, 9, 11 Good Shepherd 6.45. 8. 9:0.: 11. 12:15 THEC::; : Cn.\ll
k St. Anthony 7, 10. IS Christ the King: 7, 8, 9:15. 1030. 12 Immaculate Conception 9 '. _,'J'"';' 'T':" J } ::;::,I
AMBULANCE SERVICE BUNNELL 7, 8.:0. 10. 11:1$, 1::30 St. Andrew S1. John 7. 8, ':::10. 10:45 12 '
j St. Stephen 10SO Crucifixion: ':30 6.30 8. 9:30. 11. 12:15 St. Joseph 7. 8. 9:30. 11 :
BUSHNELL Holy Rosary 6. 7, 8. ':30. 11:30 St. Charles St. Jude 7, 8:15, '::0.11.. 12:30 ,,.,.....--_ ..

..... St. Lawrence 9:80: Immaculate Conception :30. ..:30. 8-30. 9:30. 11. 12 St Mary 6:1:;. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12
"....,_ '... ",., .. t.' -."',, -,. .';t CALLAHAN 1:30.8:30. 10. 11:00. 12:10Most St. James 6, 7, 8. 9, 10, 11. 12 St. Paul [::PagE-:7JLui! 9wu.wl df9mL
<. .J }.:._ .' Our Lady of Consolation I:10 Holy RedeemerNormandy St. John. Vianney C:30, '7:30 '. 10:30, 11:45:
:;:: t" : ",01:1: CAMP SAN PEDRO School 8, 10 7. I. 5. 10, 11:15. 12:30 &t Raphael 7, 8::11. 10, 11::0
." "" "" ".... 4, t Howell Rd. I Our Lady of Angels 6. 7. 9. 11 McCoy Air Base 8, 10, 12:30 Transfiguration OLDEST FUNERAL HOME IN LAKE COUNTY
E I II CANOVA BEaCH Paxon High ':30 Orlando Air Base 7:30. 9. 10:15.; 11:30 a 914 W. MAIN ST. LEESBURGAMBULANCE
lII.i Holy Name 9, 11:15 Resurrection 730. 9.30. 12:30 TiLLAHSSEE ,
I'111M CHULUOTA Swisher Aud. 7:45. 10:30. 12 OR IOSJ) BEACH Blessed Sacrament SERVICE PHONE 787-5511 I

!J :JL' Sportsman's CLEARWATER Club t:10 Sacred. Matthew Heart S. 10. 11:15St. St. Brendan 7-30. 9. 10:30. 12PALATKA Student Center 7, 9, 10:30 10., 11:30 11:30

St. Cecelia 6. 7. 8. 9:30. 11. 1:15 7. 8:30. 9.30, 10:30. 11:30St. St. Monica 7, 10:45 St Eugene '::0
: CLERMONT Patrick C, 8, 10:30St. PALM BAT
Blessed Sacrament 8. 9:30. 11 Paul 7. II:30. 10. 11. 12 St. Joseph 8, 10 TAMPA
St. Pius 7, 9. 11 Ble&td Sacrament 1:30, 11:30
COCOA BEACH PALMETTO Serving Eustis & Vicinity Since I 1915 I
Christ the KIng
Our Saviour 7:30. I:U. 11 San Jose 7. 9:30. 12 Holy Cross 8, '::0
JACKSONVILLE BEACHSt. C:30, 7:4;;, 9, 10:15. 11:30 12:30
Rhodes East Chapel. 4th St. & 7th Ave. North 862-5155 School Auditorium CONWAY I:15 Paul 7. 8:30. 10. 11:30 Immaculate Conception PERRY 8 Epiphany 6:::0. 8, 10, 11:30

r- Also New Rhodes West Chapel.,900 49th St. No. 347-4123 St. John CRESCENT CITY 9 St. William KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 10 Sacred PIN Heart: ELLAS PARK Good Holy Name Shepherd 8, 10 10 Zeller, Kennedy & Hamlin
Most-Holy Redeemer
- CROSS CITY KIS SI3I3IEEHoly 8:30. 9:30. 10:30. 12:30
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 1, 1963 Page Seven

John Says Sports Can Promote Joe Williams ,. ;

World Peace, Brotherhood for MenVATICAN k Baseball Star Steals Top

CITY (ifc)-Pope John XXIII has said here that International athletic ;

4 competitions can promote peace- and brotherhood among men. Award in All Sports, VotingTHE
Pope John spoke last weekat %
to delegates to a convention to -
a special audience granted promote sports organized by, a Honor Sister 1 % : Ec : : late Jimmy Walker said it. "Yesterday's cheers
: "
__ short echoes. do.
] They sure
number of Italian sports or- '

Consecration Of ganizations.Pope For 68 Years : A Ask Roger Maris. A year ago the Yankee outfielderwon

John said that "todaythe the pro athlete award going away.

barriers of distance have This year he didn't draw a single vote. The
Two to Be Of Teaching
Bishops been removed and brothers Dodgers' Maurice Morning (on the level)

have been brought closer to-, Wills landslide victor in the 1962
CULLMAX (XC) -A Sister was a
On TVFebruary 3 gether, leading to greater mu-
who has taught school con- national balloting for the most distin- .. 1j
tual understanding, to mutual
NEW YORK (XO-The dual readiness tinuously for the past 68 years guished sports-for-swag performer, fin- '-7,
esteem and to know .
consecration of two Bishops and help each other. was,',honored here with a certificate 'L' ishing 51 points ahead of the runner-up. 'J

will be featured on a network "In this providential coming of appreciation on be- Golfer name of Arnold Palmer. As :Maris
television program February 3. hat\f of outgoing governor John had done the before Wills vandalizedthe
together, sports also hare : .. '. year ,
A film of the January 24 a place of value," the Pontiff Patterson of Alabama. ::cJIIM: t.'f"- : record book: He stole 104 bases, eight
consecration :Mother Annunciata Janeway, .' .
of auxiliary '
said. more than Ty Cobb in 1915, the Georgia
Bishop John J. Doughertyand "H o n e s t competition, in Latin 83, first teacher president at Sacred and still Heart a -_ ._ 'nm._ ''f'u.. _K'_.,.,_...._..0'_ __ __ Peach's most-larcenous season. Maris had topped Babe

Auxiliary Bishop JosephA. which the ever new energies of JACKSONVILLE'S TRINITY ACADEMY STUDIED Ruth's
College here was cited "for classic 60 by one in . .
Costello will be
shown the of "Directions '63: the youths of all nations compete her steadfast devotion to the Sister M. Josephina C.S.J. of Boston was greeted last week at Trinity Academy overtime.As uenrig ana uiCKey rauiing.u.me

A Catholic on Perspective" has led to more frequentand teaching profession, for fier In- when she arrived there to gather data for the current evaluation of schools being the new "home run king," fences.

pro- more peaceful meetings terest and concern for our done by Boston College professors. She was welcomed in Blessed Trinity Parish, Jack- Maris' defense in 1962 failed to But the Yankees were steadIly -

gram. between nations, thus consider- youth and for her consistent sonville, by the parish Priest, Father John W. :McCall and Trinity's principal, Mrs. impress.It losing ground to Conniellack's
The is
coproducedby the
program favoring of
process A's. There's nothing
efforts to make ours a better William Maloney.Church. may be different with
the National Council of drawing closer together in
state in which to live and Wills. Personally, I look for enchanting about aborth'ehome
Catholic Men and the American charity." work." him to do it again. Not that runs, so as a crowd stim-
Broadcasting Company. It The Pope told the sportsmenthat Fishers FindConversions
ulant Manager Joe McCarthygave
Civic and religious dignitaries this would make him another
is telecast from 2 to 2:30: p.m. athletes can exert an influence in US Chapman the green light.
attended the ceremonies Cobb. The comparison here
for good not only
honoring Mother Annunciata, concerns only one of Cobb'stalents For the Yankees, It was the
The February series will be terms of "their skill and physical .
season's highlight. '
the the
held in presence of base stealing. l'f. '"
called "New capacities, but also of amiable Maronite Rite Council Booklet
combined student bodies of By Contacts Wills manifestly has what it Baseball's overemphasis on

The February 3 program, grace of character, of the Sacred Heart College and Acad BOSTON (XC-It's) "a great WASHINGTON (NO)-A takes to keep going-speed, muscle disregards the fans'I Iappreciation

featuring the consecration of correspondence between life booklet, "The Vatican Council timing, not thrills.
and intimate beliefs and of the emy. asset in making the Maronite PORTLAND, Oregon (XC)- savvy, agility of speed X
Bishop Dougherty and Bishop Cullman Mayor William R. Highlights and Sidelights" by to mention the necessity, for The Dodgers played to
of souls who live Rite liturgy better known and Active cooperation by Catholic
Costello, will examine how a testimony Griffin in statement Monsignor James I. Tucek He's hitter.
a praisedher has one. not a big admissions last)
and parishioners has been a decisive 2,684,170 palo\
Christianity joyously liked commented Richard
Bishop is selected his link to gen- "outstanding service" to been published by the pub- factor in 37 adult con Only six home runs, 10 triples season, outdistancing by < far

the Apostles and the ceremonyof erously.The referred to the day the community and to the col Cardinal Cushing. lications office, National Cath- versions resulting from a 10- and 13 doubles last season. all others In both leagues and!
his consecration."In Pope lege. olic Welfare Conference. It is For another he in
plays a came out to see :Wills
on which the audience took The Archbishop of Bostonwas week series of inquiry forums many
Face of Death," the February In her response Mother An a series of articles written park with wide expanses of .
begun in three Portland-area run. 4: N ui tIt
the feast of St. Paul. He about the -
10 program in the series place, nunciata said she accepted Mr. publi originally for the NCWC News parishes last fall. outfield where long drives that is not the Intention her.

is a dramatization of the diaryof noted that of St. Paul taken often from used Patterson's certificate of appre- cation of a manual of the Service. Monsignor Tucek is This was the unanimous will reach the seats in other to question how Wills might

Father Alfred Delp S.J., figures and speech that even when he ciation "not only for myselfbut Arabic and Aramaic prayers director of the Rome Bureauof opinion of inquiry forum direc- parks can be caught. The have ranked with Cobb, Max

written while he was In a sports in prison at the end of his also for my community and used in the Divine Liturgy the news service and director tors Robert Greger, Dave Kil. Dodgers were fourth in home Carey, Bob Bescher, t Eddie
Berlin prison awaiting execution was for our institutions." of the English language runs last season, 64 back of the Collins Milan et al
life he wrote: (Mass) of the Maronite Rite len and Roy Wolff, graduatesof Clyde ex.
by the nazis in 1915. The Mother Annunciata h a sbeen section of the Vatican Council Giants' leading 204.
the obvious
"I have fought the good fight. and their translations in Eng. the three-year-old instituteof cept to repeat
script is by Robert Crean. teaching continuously press office. The booklet is Wills must run to com authentic is timeless
ability a
have finished the I have lay theology at the University -
I race.
On February 17 a photo- the faith. For the rest :>ince the fall of 1894, when lish. priced at 50 cents a copy. of San Francisco. The penmate! for his lack of power quality that stands out no mater ),
kept she nioted from her home inl'ennslania and each time he steals
entitled Author of the manual first institute's alumni work second what the .I i' *nyJ
graphic essay "An there is laid up for me a crownof Antonio of Tax Use Opposed as age.
to San ,
it's the
a* a
its kind is Chor- parish advisers specializing in All the same, the lost art
American Pastor" will be pre- justice. published,
:Florida, and parsed! the Florida base hit.'VilIs' .
SPit J N G FI E L I) (NO)- conversions. of holding runners close to
sented. It will consider the State teachers'' examination bishop Joseph Eid, pastor of
the speed an Integral
Course Among first measures introduced "The problem has not beenin the bag gives Wills an advantage
role of the pastor in contemporary Ski-Training at the age of 15.: St. Anthony of the Desert this month in the finding people who are interested part of the Dodgers' offense. vintage base thief

America. VIKXXA (NO)-The 57-year- In 1920 she became principal. church, Fall River. The manual Illinois legislature were billsto in learning more Circumstances leave him no couldn't count on.

old Cardinal-Archbishop of of Sacred Heart Academy and prevent the use of tax fundsto alternative but to try to ad- '
The series will conclude on also contains explanatory notes about Catholicity but in finding Pitchers Just don work at
Vienna has returned here after in 1940 she founded Sacred
support birth control vance on own rather than
February 24 with a panel discussion of a doctrinal and liturgical pro- Catholics to make themselves this any more. Wills exploits
completing a military chap- Heart College a two-year om grams. wait for the long ball. The way their Thus
and their Faith available incompetence.
of the moral Implications l lams' f1 training course at the en's school which now has character and phonetic versions the game is played today this
The legislation is designed to to non-Catholics," said catchers become a secondary
of nuclear of than 200 students. of a number of
war. Tyrclean Wattens. more prayers. challenges the percentage.
stop the' Illinois public aid Mr. Killen. T'>__L ._ 4 __ -r. __ ___ consideration.
commission from carrying out He added that neighborhoodcontact hacK in l J.jl wen unapman; Distance between base linesis
__ stole 61 bases for the Yankees.As .
t- its recently adopted policy of was a major method 90 feet. Wills cuts it to 80.

giving birth control informa- used in recruiting prospects an individual performanceit 75, or however long a lead he
r tion, devices and related med for the weekly sessions of two- was exciting. As a team effort is able to take from the unpracticed -

ical care to public reliefers. hour long lecturediscussionclasses it was of dubious value. man on the mound.

Spokesmen for numerous on various aspects of: Murderers' Row was still a

Catholic groups have led the the Church. going concern, with Ruth,

opposition to IPAC's plans. Mr.'olff said: "This does ELEVENTH SESQNat
& :: not mean just helping non- Life of Christ Is

-r1Ih Largest Enrollment Catholics in a general way-by Sung for IndiansBOMBAY LAKE WALES
: -
WASHINGTON (XC) A good example, and so on-but
federal survey shows that New by picking them up at home (XC)-A missionary ; II

F :: York's St. John's University In and taking them to the classes, Priest here is completinga

Jamaica, is the largest United sitting through it with them, life of Christ featuring Indian

States Catholic institution of taking them back home, helping story-telling techniques that include

; higher learning. Its enrollmentis baby-sit for their children" chants and the accompaniment
., 11,594 'If we only had Catholic of drums. I _

friends'-that's a phrase we Father George Proksch
Second is Loyola Universityof I
hear over and over again from S.V.D., said his "Chrlst-Katha"
Chicago with an enrollment
non-Catholics as a reason for (Christ's Story) is a 1000-page

.. .. .. .. .. of 10,354. not coming to the classes, or metrical composition that
--- -------------'-- ---- ---------------------- -- maybe
.I ADMINISTRATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS DISCUSSED IN ORLANDO These figures are taken from not having begun them soon sung by a man or a woman

Chairmen of departments in Diocese of St. Augustine tral Catholic High School; Sister :M. Edwardine O.S.F., the U.S. office of education's er," :Mr. Greger stated. who report all parts oft h e

High Schools met at separate conferences on Saturday of St. Paul High School, St. Petersburg; Sister M. Marguerite report on fall enrollment in "We can use adteitMnff, New Testament that are not
education in
last week at Bishop Moore High School in Orlando. Father O.S.F., Melbourne Central Catholic High School; higher 1962. pamphlets and all the test: in dialogue.The .

Mortimer Danaher, chairman of the Board of Cath- Sister Marie Bernard S.S.J., Cardinal Mooney High New DirectorST. but these are aitificial. Grace plan of the story calls
olic Schools and president of Bishop Kenny High School, School, Sarasota; Sister Thomas Joseph S.S.J., Bishop comes to a .person priniauly for a separate singer to re-
LOUIS (NO Father through contact with his rite the parts spoken by
presided at the conference on administration attendedby Kenny; Sister Mary Herbert S.S.J., St. Joseph Academy, Theodore V. Purcell SJ., has Catholic lends." Christ. ersons

principals, clockwise, Sister Mary :Martha S.S.J. of St. Augustine; Sister M. Bernardita O.P., Father Lopez been named acting director of The three agreed that the Father Proksch, who strong.

Bishop Moore; Sister Ann Bernard O.P., Tampa Catholic High School, Daytona Beach; and Sister :M. Catharine the institute of social order at Second Vatican Council and its ly favors adaptation of India's THlf> D
High School; Sister Mary William S.1-!., Clearwater C "n- O.S.B., Santa Fe High School, Lakeland. St. Louis University. statements on such matters as culture and tradition in the

Father Purcell is the authorof greater emphasis on Scripture, catechetical apostolate, said he

SCHOOLSSAINT Catholics Plan New Films several books on labor-man the role of the laity and its drew inspiration for his work

agement relations and formerly general ecumenical tone has from story-telling forms used

One Day Retreat Reviewed rtrrnilf and rlanclfl professor of social and indus- made it easier to approach and by wandering Hindu ascetics.

JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAINT by the legion of Ieeency.Morally trial psychology in the grad talk to nonCatholics.Sailors He also said that this method

For ProtestantsCAPE Unobjectionable uate school of Loyola: Univer- of story-telling Is an "excellentway"
for General Patronage Help Orphans of getting Christ's
Resident and Day School for Girls Grades' 7.12 sity, Chicago.As message o VYRtrt BO* Ji jjine WAULCFlorida's
Academic' and commercial course Fully accredited GIRARDEAU (XC) XO PLACB LIKE HOMICIDE director of the Instituteof BOMBAY (NO-The crew across.

Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor A one-day retreat for Protestants (Emb.) of a visiting United States
Social Order he succeeds ..
farther particulars address: Sister Directress will be held here February PAPA'S DELICATE CONDITION destroyer gave toys baby food -- -: :=- :_=-- = I

17 at St. Mary's Catholic I' (Para.) Father Leo C. Brown S.J. Father and books to the 350 orphansof -1I;

cathedral.The Morally Unobjectionable Brown, who will retain St. Anthony's Home here. .

ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident event, unprecedented In for Adults and Adolescents his affiliation with the institute Commander Frederick J. Kel-

and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully Missouri, was arranged by the CAIRO (MGM\ : ). is devoting a major por- ley, captain of the U.S.S. For III
cathedral FIVE, MILES TO MIDNIGHT rest Sherman the
pastor, MonsignorLeo presented
accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general tion of his time to editing the "
P. Kampmann. Retreat (U.A.) gifts from his crew to the children -
courses, music art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy social science section of the : Catholic
Florida. master will be Monsignor Daniel Morally Objectionable' In and gave the home's College
Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa
Moore, editor of the St. Part for All new Catholic Encyclopedia, mother superior an autographed II!

Louis Review, newspaper of NIGHT IS MV FUTURE now in preparation at the framed picture of the

ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident the St. Louis archdiocese and (Swed.) Catholic University of America. ship. of :

Lake Worth.and Grades day school one to for twehe.,girls: on Fully shores accredited.' of beautiful New ,! eau the diocese.Springfield-Cape' Girard-1 1 I c= ", .;" ;..... ."::"," ', '.,", ',::_' ".-.,_t," ;. _+,; ',f U. J"-" "" .-x 1'1''I .' I.!,

buildings. All sports, music, art, dramatics Directed by "The purpose of this retreat I$ i.; 'f ,. /,'-";, .r: ;ill j I '

Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar, is not to instruct Protestants I .'.,, ,:. -w.,.:; $ 1.'. .t-', "- J "f"" ',< "<<, :' ;' DistinctionFor : ,

ROS.RIAXC.DEIY, WEST PALM BEACH in the Catholic Faith," Monsignor -!It.. <.:>....: < r ;n., ; k' !I, '''I'I,

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Kampmann said. "Rather -| '/ +- :

: we simply want to help )t, .. ''i! Young Men and Women :;!

SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN them grow spiritually, and to j r ; 4; ''I" '"

BEACH come closer to Almighty God." i 4 trc9 .si. : ,
Resident and day school for girls- grades one through eight. '
The pastor plans to have a z V. .it,
Extensive grounds in hilly and picturesque region. Large swim- # il
a Catholic sponsor for each 'I 7t I WRITEDIRECTOR r;
ming pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art Prott"stant"ho attends, he ,,. i1 : .

dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint Nlid. & :77 Ii I,

Joseph. For further information apply to: Sister Directress :
Saint Joseph Academy Jensen Beach. Three conferences and a .1 .. OF ADMISSIONS I F
question box will form the .% I ,
.. t
will agenda stress for the the New retreat.Testament Talks ( S S .:' :... 4- !: SAINT LEO COLLEGE '

HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN tradition. and will deal with \\ : ;' ,

.,.,,'\.,. c ,
ANTONIO such subjects as "The Purposeof _lb S' ...... j
: I -
Life'hat Prayer Is," ." SAINT LEO FLA. !
Conducted the Benedictine Sisters .5 ,
by 14-4 1 .
and "Why It is Necessary to -
Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through I
Love One Another. The pro- S4FUNDS I II.
tntlvecadrmic and commercial courses and private II
gram does not include Mass or t : years'
claues in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus,, with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament .._.._- ..,. .,- -, ---p-- -----..- -- Presently offering first two

private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor RAISED BY SALE OF CHRISTMAS TREES Affiliated with the Catholic University of America

all sports. "The will Leaders from Bishop Moore High School's Home and School Association con-
only thing we say Order of Saint Benedict of
FULLY ACCREDITED together is the 'Our Father,* gratulate all who helped to raise funds for the Orlando school through the sale of lorJdaPope

Por further SISTER information REGISTRAR..address which is everybody's prayer," Christmas trees. Pictured with the check for the amount netted are, from left, Mrs. _

Monsignor Kampmann said. Frank Cilento, Mrs. Leo Meyer, Mrs. William Dunn and Mrs. Robert Garvey.


Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 1, 1963 .
Laity's Task in Advancing HOLY RbATRY'NECHURCH' ,-.. A;

*** *Z*4*/f *4'jt* J r/fc fid. At + +1OO0U, \'

.aaxirf., .... tA. # e.lv. 60,000
(NC-The need for laymen to bring the .
rz'Sd' f7 ;wNS Ai #, E1" N"'Mt"N ..;.? ri' +MsePe
.. ,
"constructive principles" of the Church's social teachinginto .. 55,000 "
"z4'''" A+'AR.rls1' af.
AVHEX IX DAYTONA STAY AT "the office, the shop, the'union, the professional and : : 50,000

trade association" was receive the sacraments .fro...... .t 45,000
stressed here
b 0 0 recently. quently and say the rosary 40,000 a ,
Archbishop Henry J. O'Brienof daily. Yet they live their lives

Our Restaurant Offers You A Complete Menu Hartford, has called it one completely unaware that God 35,000
Rooms Available For Weddings Meetings Parties of the
most urgent obligationsof 30,000
has given them a role to playin ,
Serving You Is Our Pleasure the day.
Route 1 Hill CL 5-2514 helping to shape the worldin 25,00
1202 Kldgewood # Holly In a statement marking Social
which they live to the
Action Sunday in the 20.00K,0'00
standards of Christ's teach-
archdiocese of Hartford the
ings," Archbishop O'Brien said. )
Archbishop charged too many The Hartford prelate said 'A G
eANNOUNCING, Catholics "are satisfied with a 3,000
"today much more than his
ghetto kind of existence."
personal notification Is demanded
Dl VAL'S "They may be known as of the lay Catholic.

GIFTS OF DISTINCTION devout Catholics. They may "In this period of social up-

heaval in which God has as- Ii
FINE LINENS Woman Dean -
signed our lives, none of us

FOR EVERY OCCASION LAFAYETTE (X'ClI) is s can be smugly content with jg"e..JI :. _

WHEN YOU GIVE A GIFT FROM Sarah Broussard will leave our prayers and be indifferentto .Rt __
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DIVAL'S give the finest shortly to serve as dean of the social problems whichso ruE---- .
women at Pius XII Universityin seriously defy solution intoday's
Father Walter J. Bueche C.SS.R. and his fellow paign "thermometer" was given its final touch of paint
126 VOLUSIA AVE. Ph. 255-4741 Roma, Basutoland, South world, he said.
Africa. Miss Broussard has Archbishop O'Brien empha- Priests and parishioners at Holy Rosary Church, Jack- were, from left, Mrs. Lucy Corn. Father John J_ Gunt-

been teaching French and ec- sized that the task of bringingthe sonville, proudly announced this week that they "went ner C.SS.R., Father Bueche, pastor; Mrs. Vivian Werner,

onomics at Holy Rosary Insti- Church's teachings to these over the top" in the campaign for a new provisional Father William Collins C.SS.R., Thomas O'Connell, campaign -

Retail Sales tute, central Catholic high problems "is a job for the lay church. Although $70,000 was the goal, $96,923.85 was director; and Father James J. Judge C.SS.R. Father -

DAYTONA school in Lafayette. man." realized in pledges and cash. Present when the cam- Bueche thanked all who sacrificed and gave.WorthWhile .

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noon at St. Joseph Hall in Palm Bay when a 2:30 p.m. benefit gets underway. It's (Dodd, Mead. $3.23)). Highly illustrated deJrnclenceUnh'ersity( of Cal. the Beverly Hilton HoteL

i a dessert-fashion show planned by the Catholic Women's Club, including these members travelogue for upper ifornia Press. $5)). Translationof

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\ S fT' '' The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 1, 19M Page Nine i

Theologian Sets Focus For

I Ministers on Council ActsST. Church's Role Impresses Visitors

PAUL (NC-The "unbalanced picture of author-

-- ity" in the Catholic Church has been a major obstacle to Given Full Hospitality in RomeBy

discussion of Christian unity a Catholic theologian has 4
told 400 Protestant ministers w Patrick Riley
decisions more and more to the .
here. office of the Pope." l .- ..., ; ROME (NC-Protestant visitors to Rome are taking a fresh look at the Catholic

Father David A. Dillon, pro- Father Dillon said an important '[ ; Church. They want to see it, as they have begun to say, "from the inside."

fessor of at This is a shift from the
dogmatic theology task before the
Sec .
and acts in close cooperationwith many already has at least two
St. Paul Seminary, said the ond Vatican Council will be tourist's curiosity to something
the other organizations.Father ecumenical reviews.The .
I "out of focus" picture of authority "to et forth the doctrine approaching the student's interest
& on
t- ; Boyer has led the In- Unity Center of the
Is the result of "unfin- the episcopal office." : or even the pilgrim'spiety.
ternational Unitas Association Atonement Friars promotes
ished business" of the First 'iN It dates, according to
"Whatever statement the : since It was founded, with the throughout Italy the Chair of
Vatican Council. Father Dillon i the Sisters in mufti who provide -
council makes, he said, "is approval of Pope Pius XII, in Unity Octave which was
addressed the 31st annual shelter and guided tours
bound to. have an effect not 'k 1945. He was an ecumenist launched in 1008 by the friars'
Minnesota State for non-Catholic visitors, from
pastors' con- only within Roman Catholicism long before that word became founder, Father Paul Wattson,
ference last week. the time of the announcementof
but on other Christian bodies"as 4 t s t familiar to readers of Catholic then an English minister. The
: the ecumenical council and
"The very fact of having a well. periodicals. For many years he center's League of Prayer for
the earliest expressions of Its
definite statement regardingthe Father Dillon told the Prot- 1' has been a warm friend of Union has 35,000 members In

position and authority of estant pastors that the pastoraltone (4T \ ecumenical hopes. leaders of other Christian reli Italy. I

the Pope, while having nothing set by the council's first "We had a typical example gions. "We deal mainly with Catholics I

about the position and author- session is its most significant ,* recently in the Dutch gentleman The Unitas association was ," said Father Salvalor

ity of the Bishops In the Church feature for Christianity. 4 who visited Rome In" the able to organize a reception for Butler.

has resulted in a picture of authority "There is no question now" last days of the council, saida all the observer delegates and "Our effort Is directed at

slightly out of focus," he said, "that the Second Vatican :. Lady of Bethany (as these guests.At arousing the interest of Cath- I
Sisters call themselves).
he declared.He Council has made it clear the beginning of 1902 the olics in ecumenicism, helping
"He was offered a ticket to
said the First Vatican that it will pass judgment on, ecumenical review "Unitas" them to understand non-Cath-
a canonization ceremony in St.
Council had on its agenda "ma- not merely approve,the work of 1 Peter's basilica. But he said added a Spanish-language edition olics and to pray for them. We

terial that considered the whole the preparatory commissions."It v to Its French, Italian and should remember that Pope
no, he wanted to talk to us and
has further asserted Its English versions. No German John has put this duty to pray
scope of the teaching power .... he wanted to be taken to Mass.
determination not to deal with h .-Ae.. '"".teo. AlP _. -- -..i'.. --.---'--- of the edition Is contemplated, 8:1).sFather for non-Catholics on the levelof
What of
sort picture
and authority within the
specific doctrinal definitions Boyer, because Ger- conscience."
Catholic Church do they get
Church, of which the author.
ity of the Bishop of Rome was but rather to proclaim the staff member of Unitas speaks at a reception for non-Catholics in the Associa- "from the Inside"?

the first item discussed. that Catholic it will teaching be more in such meaningful a way tion's Rome headquarters. Agostin Cardinal.Bea S.J.; (seated at center) president of "Some of the old complaintsstill Pope Hopes All Will Pray

With the seizure of Rome by to Catholics of our time the Holy See's secretariat for promoting Christian unity, looks on. Visitors to Unitasare keep cropping up," one
Garibaldi's troops in 1870, Father more understandable to Chris- welcomed and accommodated by the Ladies of Bethany, a Dutch order of Sisters Lady of Bethany remarked. For Unity Cardinal RelatesVATICAN

Dillon said, "the membersof tians who are not Catholics, who provide shelter and tours for non-Catholic visitors to Rome. "The pomp of Catholic cere- ,
monies is a bit rich for some

the council dispersed with-" and even more inviting to those John C. O'BrienEconomy of our visitors. They preferthe CITY (NC-Pope) John XXHI Is hopeful
out finishing the business. outside Christianity," he added.
small, medieval churchesin that everyone will pray more intensely for Christian unity,
The effect of this unfinished He said the council had
Rome to the bigger, more and is himself offering his :Masses for unity on both the
business, he said, "has been to "sounded the all-clear on the
in Government Resisted grandiose churches. first and last days of the
a great extent responsible for age of defensiveness" dating "But they are beginning to period of prayer, "especially
the of back to the Council of Trent Chair of Unity Octave.
shaping system govern- see the Catholic Church in its now that a wave of anxious
ing In the Catholic Church of by concerning itself with the ONE of the first things a Congress did enact a watered- The former President estimated role as a servant of Christian- This was revealed in a letter hope has been aroused everywhere

modern times. It has encour- positive considerations of renewal President of the Uni- down unification act, creatinga that his reforms would written on his behalf by Am- by the ecumenical council. -

aged the practice of referring and adaptation. ted States discovers on taking department of defense, with cut billions of dollars from ity.She recalled a remark by a leto Cardinal Cicognanl, papal I."

office is that he has become the the secretaries of the three the cost of government. But secretary of state. The letter
woman minister from the Pope John follows the annual
boss of a vast, services subordinate to a secretary congress' adopted only a few expressed the Pope's confi-
Netherlands "Pope John Is a observance of the Chair of
poorly organized of defense. This eliminated minor proposals.The : dence that "there will arise
real servant. He is a Christian Unity Octave "with special
MARYMOUNT COLLEGE overlapping ( some of the duplicationof report met the fate of serving other people." from every heart a more Intense fervor" Cardinal Cicognanl

inefficient effort that had existed under most studies and reports. appeal to the Lord for
The Ladles of Bethany dispense said. He recalled that the octave -
and the old system, but rivalries Newspapers published s u m- the unity of Christians In the
their hospitality In was founded by the Atone-
Boca Raton, FloridaA wasteful machinery still are keen and the individual manes of the Hoover recommendations a One Holy, Catholic and Apostolic -
17th-century palazzo adjoiningto ment friars' founder, Father
of services have editorial writers Church."
gov- managed retain ,
the Church of St. Agnes on Paul James Francis Wattson
ernment. H e a good deal of control praised them, but soon they The letter was in effect the
the Piazza Navona. It is called S.A., "with a deep sensus Ec-
Two-Year Liberal Arts College for finds that he is< I over their own spending. Then were forgotten.Now Pope's reply to a request from
cleslae (feeling for the
the Palazzo Pamphilj from the Church)
Women Conducted by The Religious of constantly be -President Truman seeking to President John F. Ken. the Franciscan Friars of the and "
P family name of the Pope who tenacity of purpose.
the Sacred Heart of Mary setbydemandsfrom bring order and efficiency into nedy is trying a new approach.He Atonement that he offer his
built it, Innocent X. Part of the The Cardinal's letter was addressed
congress the administrative departments is considering the appoint- Mass on the first day of the
to Father
Palazzo is occupied by the Salvator
and from taxpayers that he reduce charged with civil functions ment on a permanent footingof unity octave-January 18 to 25 Butler
S.A. who
Brazilian as procurator
,' Opening: September 1963 or at least hold constantthe persuaded former President an administrative council, -for the intentions of the oc
"Foyer "Unitas," which Is general of the Society of the
cost of government. Yet Hoover to undertake an ex-. with a paid chairman and ten tave.
Resident & Day Students what the Ladies of Bethanycall Atonement represents his community -
year after year, as he makesup haustive study of the government other members, to make a con- Cardinal Cicognanl said at the
their hostel and which Holy See.
his annual budget, he is and submit recommendationg. { tinuing study of administrative that in doing so on both the
: could be roughly translated
: Address: Registrar ,confronted by the insatiable problems and from time to time first and the last dnjs-more
"Unity House," occupies the
appetites of the government Mr. Hoover and a large staff suggest proposals for improving than the friar had Dskpd-
Box 370-A. Boca Raton
fourth floor of the part of the 1
', -v.' departments and the myriad worked for months on its i jin- procedures. the Pope hoped "to make Herman J. Heidrich!

ii Palm, Bach, County, Florida government agencies. Invari. vey of administrative ch' os ". One would hope that he may palazzo sometimes referred" to ever better known to the & Sons
the "Unitas complex.
ably they want more and more and submitted a report? running :'-succeed where his predecessors as world of believers what great Growers and Shlpprre
Unitas has 10 bright
< Other Marymount Colleges Conducted by employes. into, many volumes/to! : :-- haVe failed. But history is Foyer efficacy he attributes to this Of Tuner Fruit and \egttml. .>'tcVANKEE
for It
and guests.
The Religious of the Sacred Heart of Moryt Very early In his first term gether with scores of recommendations against him. Bureaucracy has cozy rooms universal supplication." BRAND ritOlltCJS
accommodate to 20
the President becomes aware for simplifying the too many bullt-in defenses to can up people The message went on to say

k i United States Tarrytown, N.Y. of the Intense rivalry between Government structure. succumb to reform. and supplies them with that the Pope expects "great

New York N.Y. departments and agencies. He breakfast as well as lodging. fruits" from the eight-day LOUIS W. PETERSON
All the rooms were
learns they often work at cross A..en. forD
[f Arlington, Va. tread.on each other's be used by some of the 40 rIInf tr llroi. lae.fa..k.flll..r .
Palos Verdes, Calif. purposes toes, and duplicate effort. I Try This Kitchen Treat I or so non-Catholic observers Council at r.O.::\ 4105. Carrollton Candl* Co.Station, Inc.

the Second Vatican
Europe Paris Every attempt to coordinate activities I Sa ram.atal Win. Ae.nerNew
The Ladles of Bethanycame Orleans LonUlana.

1 London Is stoutly resisted by to Rome from the PURE ALTAR WINES
bureaucrats jealous of their
r(4 Rome Netherlands about a dozen
'. power and authority.A .
"a. BarcelonaDO years ago to staff a tourist
principal cause of extravagance -
center for < no n-CatholIcs
In government is
which Giovanni Cardinal f
the tenacity of departmentsand
Montini of Milan, then papal
agencies in maintaining
: pro-secretary of state, had
control of the purchase of Lar e.t PrescriptionPharmarj
set up during the Holy Year In tb. $..tb
their own supplies and the
I appreciate your patronage
of 1950.
letting of their own con. FLORIDA IS FULL Free Delivery FR 4-7891
Father Charles Boyer S.J.,
tracts. L president of the International OF DANDEE MOMS Huntington Bldg. Miami

To an extent the purchasingof '
Unitas Association, Is responsible
government supplies
also for Foyer Unitas andis
been centralized but every now
editor of the ecumenical review -
and then a congressional investigation
will turn up a case
The Unity Center of the
of one department or agency
Franciscan Friars of the
letting a contract for an item
Atonement, headed by Father
of which another departmentor

agency has a surplus supply. __.__,'.___w "___ _, _'n"n..m'_ Salvator Butler S.A., is an en-

Supplies have been bought in The oven takes over the and a sprig of parsley or a tirely distinct and even separate
operation although it Is
such huge quantities that it "frying" job of this fried chick few celery leaves when simmering -
housed In the "Unitas complex"Latin
would take the agency 25 to 50 en. This method is a welcomeone
the giblets.
years to consume them. ; the chicken pieces are
Remove giblets, wing tips
Especially intense is the turned but once midway in the Life Meet

rivalry in the department of cooking period. To insure juicy and back from saucepan; cut NC
fell your merchant that defense; where each service moistness inside and a crisp meaty pieces in small pieces Delegations from 19 Latin

vies with the other in seekingthe golden crust, the chicken and set aside. Discard bay leaf American countries have so far

you read his ad in the biggest slice of the appropriation pieces are dipped first In evaporated : -and parsley or celery leaves; registered for toe 3rd Latin

pie. Many items of milk, then rolled in a
then measure broth. Melt 3 : meeting on family
FLORIDA CATHOLICIf military hardware could be eas- seasoned mixture of flour and life planned to be held at the

ily standardized but the individual yellow corn meal before oven- tablespoons butter 1 nth e Catholic University of Rio de Grow this 9jjjljijjj& miniature

services insist upon writ. frying. saucepan. Remove from heat
Janeiro from July 12 to 19.rnnlllnHInHlH
ing their own specifications, While the chicken is in the and stir In 3 tablespoons flour. Florida orange tree

your favorite stores are advertising in this newspaper tell thus Increasing the cost. oven, simmer the giblets for .
Add 1 cup of the broth, then in home !
thorn you saw their advertisement. If they are not, suggest gravymaking.The your
1 milk i tea
cup evaporated ,
broth plus evaporatedmilk
that advertising in this newspaper will produce more sales Braga Rite ChangeBRAGA adds up to perfect gravyso : spoon salt and i teaspoon pep. I & Company

Portugal (XC) 1915 Drew St. Pl.6.Un The Celomondin genuine miniature
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flavorsome and creamy. per. Cook and stir until hot and
Archbishop Antonio Martins Ota-Frld Chlckea thickened. Stir In giblets and is STOCKS MUTUAL&FUNDS ZONDS'IJ'JTJwtIIINIffFINiFFFi1 fruit-bearing ornamental citrus tree!

has. 1 frying chicken (about
Junior of Braga announcedthat
*tt lb.), cut up serve hot with chicken. Imagine! A tiny dwarf-sized orange tree starts
Clip the cupon below and ;leave one In the store the next the decisions on the liturgy \ cup flour approximately 1 foot giving the fragrance of

time you go shopping or, you can return one the next time taken at the ecumenical coun- |J cup teaspoon yellow salt corn meal CLEARWATERTHAYER orange blossoms to your living room, family room

cil make it necessary to revise | cup evaporated milk or kitchen on ornamental as well as practical l

you pay a bill by mail.ADVERTISING. t cup butter addition to your home and a conversation piece
the liturgical books of the
Wipe chicken pieces thor- that will fascinate your guests!
Braga Rite. He said he has appointed oughly. Mix flour, corn meal DODGE

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Page Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 1, 1963 -

Educators Cardinal Godfrey Buried

Holy Name Societies Plan Rally On .P S f Hold High In Westminster CathedralLONDON

March 10 Englewood's St.RaphaelConllnurd ii Schoo'MeetI / (NO)-All Britain joined in a final tribute

William Cardinal Godfrey; 73, as the Pontifical Requiem
( from Page One) past president of the deanery Dr. H. F. Richter, Holy Cross, t (Continued from fate One) Mass Westminster cathedral, attended by governmentand

of Epiphany parish in Venice received a plaque for his Palmetto; Harold Bische, St. Joseph ences of their departments, diplomatic leaders, was televised throughout the coun-
and St. Raphael's in Engle-, constant and earnest 'attention Bradenton; B. J. Beck.. were:
wood, is spiritual director of to the apostolate of Holy man, St. Martha, Sarasota; Mr. Religion Father Joseph P. try. The Cardinal died in news of his death and Immed-

the Southwest Coast HNS Xame men, said 3Ir. Keller.It Buonanno, St. Raphael, Engle- Moran of Cardinal Mooney London'on January 22. iately went to his private

deanery.The was planned by the board wood. High School, Sarasota; English, Pope John XXIII was reported -chapel to offer prayers. A mes-

announcement of the members to arrange social programs Deanery officers at the meet Father Patrick J. O'Carroll of deeply moved by the sage of condolence from the

rally was made at the mid- at the rallies so that ing with Mr. Keller were V..W Bishop Moore High School, Pope that was received here

January meeting in Bradentonof while the men are engaged in Jerry Collins of Sarasota's Orlando; social studies, Father Federal Aid praised Cardinal Godfrey's

the board of directors of the the spiritual events, their Queen of Martyrs parish, sec- Henry J. Miron of Santa Fe "example and pastoral zeal

deanery of HN leaders. Harold wives may find organized activity retary; John Oberle of Anna High School, Lakeland; language which honored Church and

Keller of Bradenton, presidentof for them. Subscriptions Maria's St. Bernard parish, / Father Peter C. Dolanof > To Schools country
the deanery, placed A. for the "Holy Name Journal"were treasurer; and Lawrence O'- Melbourne Central Catholic Queen Elizabeth expressedher

Buonanno, president from urged for all local pres- Brien, of St. Martha, marshal.Mr. ir1'T High School; mathematics, Father Draws Note deep sorrow over the prel-
Englewood, in charge of arrangements idents of societies. Stanley and William O'- ate's death, and other messagesof
for the rally. Presidents of local societiesat Neill, outgoing treasurer, also Brendan Lawlor off Bishop (Continued from Page One") condolence were received

Don Stanley, immediate the board meeting included attended. Barry High School, St. of "deep disappointment He from all parts of the world-
Petersburg; science, Father Londoners were given a three-
". 4 Bernard Dittman "T h e message contains to view the
: of Clearwater day opportunity
something for everybody,
i t Central Catholic High body in the hall of Westminster -
everybody except the children
Cathedral, where it was
; } School and education
; physical whose have
parent later interred. The Requiem
INFORMED CATHOLICS' SAILOR BAPTIZED ON CARRIER Monsignor John F. Scully of elected to end them to pri- Mass was offered by Bishop

is i-- Father John J. O'Neill, Priest from St. Paul, baptized Tampa Catholic High School. late schools." Thomas L. Parker of North-

Fireman Donald M. Ausen, also of St. Paul, aboard the The Archbishop attended the Charging that the adminis ampton and the eulogy was delivered -

READ THEIRCATHOLIC super-carrier, USS Forrestal. Looking on is the adult luncheon served in Bishop tration's program "ignores one by Archbishop John
C. Heenan of
sponsor. Moore High School cafetorium. child in seven in elementary Liverpool.

schools" by excluding children .\rdlhi.llOl) Gerald P. Of-

attending private institutions, Ham, apostolic delegate to

PRESS Church around the WorldAward :Monsignor Hochwalt said in Great Britain, At as not ableto
his statement Tuesday: attend the funeral. 110

"The claim that this federalaid was HI in a hospital. in Milan,

::iA Winner Berlin Barrier Nepal Celebrates program is comprehensiveand Itdl\ Arrhbixhop O'Hara, 67,
balanced echoes a hollow had gone to Milan to visit a
WINDSOR (XC) John BERLIN (XC)-Francis Car-
CALCUTTA (XC)-Catholics sound in the halls of private pick friend, and while thf'redt'Hlo..d
Quincy Adams, Montclair, New dinal Spellman was unable dUr-
EM27tZjI celebrated Christmas publiclyfor
elementary and secondary IUHR congestion,
Jersey, Catholic lay leader, was ing his stay here to visit Arch- the first time in the Himalayan schools. which strained hN heart. lie

________ named to receive the 1963 bishop Alfred Bengsch, Bishopof kingdom of Nepal, according of was reported to be progressing
Catholic Christian Culture Gold Medal "Any proposal or pattern
Berlin who lives in the city's to
I reports reachinghere. that satisfactorily and was
discriminatory legislation
Award of Assumption Univer- communist-ruled eastern sec- .
here. disregards such a rich educa- expected: to return to England
sity tor.The Protestants joined Catholicsas shortly.He .
be called
tional resource cannot
Mr. Adams of cold
president Archbishop of New they went around the
storage companies in New York, who is also military ital city of Katmandu for three cap- balanced nor can it be con- was represented at Car-

Port Orange Prepares Value of Eternal York and Jersey City, is the vicar of United States Armed days before Christmas, singing sidered truly in the national dinal Godfrey's funeral by
interest. Msgr. Bruno Torpigliani, acting
I 23rd recipient of the award Forces, made the western sec- carols and visiting nonCatholicand

Church Financial DriveContinued Truths in Press made annually by the univer- tor of Berlin the final stop of Catholic homes. "Our position has not charge d'affaires here.of the Apostolic -

sity to "some outstanding ex- his world-wide ChristmasNewYear Nepal up until 1956 prohibited changed. We ask equal treat- Delegation

ponent of Christian ideals." tour to visit U.S. service Christian missionary ment for all children. We have
( from Tag One) displaying a wonderful spirit, Cited by PopeContinued Previous recipients of the
structed with economy of cost and all realize the great needto medal have included activity. stated this clearly many times. Holy Rosary
and maintenance foremost In have Church ( from Page One) Jacques Little Observer Medal On this stand firm."
our new builtas Maritain, the late Philip Mur- Loaves Blessed Gets we
sacrament which be
minds. must
our soon as possible," said Father against all protected ray, Henry Ford II, Frank J. QUEBEC CXO-Fifty thousand SAIXT-ETIEXXE, France Tops AppealFor
corroding of Brazil See
The church will be designedto Bishop
Page.It irresponsibility and foolish- Sheed, Barbara Ward, Chris- "petits pains" (little (XC)-This city has given its
seat 400 persons. The adjoin- is that medal to Catholic VATICAN CITY (XC) -An
anticipated con the topher Dawson and Charles loaves) of Saint Genevievewere gold philos- :
ness rights of school
ing social hall will comfortably struction will start in March that gives Christian instructionand Malik. blessed in Our Lady of opher-writer Jean Guitton. The American Redemptorist mis- Church

ace o m modate approximately and be completed before early education Catholic Action Victories church here in a cere- only Catholic layman to be sionary has been named the
200 more. summer. The church, as wellas ; dating back to the arrivalof named an official observer at first Bishop of the newly JACKSONVILLE: Well
intent on supporting the apostolic over-subscribed, the financial
The following men have the social hall, will be air- Priest Warns the first French settlers in the Second Vatican Council by created Brazilian diocese of
action of the the
clergy for
appeal arish's
Holy Rosary -
volunteered to serve 0 nth e conditioned. Canada. Pope John XXIII, Mr. Guitton Paranagua.
executive committee: value of the integral and pure received the honor from the Bishop-elect Bernard Nolker new provisional churchwas
Law The loaves are only thumb-
social doctrine which is not Against termed
a successin
John B. Sullivan, Fred Trav- Name Chosen For only announced but accepted sized and are made of flour, city's mayor in a ceremony at C.SS.R., a native of Baltimore, late January.splendid
alena, general cochairmen; Ed salt and water. They are baked the town hall "for having has spent all 23 years of his
and in
wholeheartedly applied GodContinued
ward A. Metz, Henry Rohr, cochairmen New WeeklyNEW I all its fullness." Ignoring by parishioners and brought to brought such an honor to his priestly life in the Brazil mis- Father Walter J. Bueohe

.of the advance gift the church to be blessed. Re- fellow citizen sions. CLKS.Il. said' that his parishioners -
OULKAXS (XC) The Pope described! diocesan ( from Page One)
division leaders, George Don- and quests for the little loaves -- --- in a spirit of sacrificial
The Clarion Herald is the parochial newspaper ships existing between
name man
nellan, John Longo, and Joseph come to Quebec from many
valuable in- Riling, pledged $9 Zummo. selected for the new weekly | asery individually and socially with parts of the world.
General solicitation;; dh'l.1'iion newspaper of the archdioceseof Mruniciits in the good cau>e." his Creator, that it is possibleto Saint Genevieve is said to 923X: in the drive to rake

leaders are Joe Bergen, New Orleans which will Pope John was smiling construct any adequate, sat- have saved Paris from faminein S70OfU.)

Fred Biixbois, Rudolph succeed "Catholic Action of the throughout the audience and isfying scheme of human hap- 451 by bringing in five boat Over 187 parish volunteers
South" this month. delivered his long speech in a piness, and of the means to
Foerg, William I/. Kilcoin, loads of flour during a siege n r y sii visited other members of the
CaMmir Kozak, Samuel Pe- There will be no lapse in clear, strong voice. achieve it. by the Huns.Theologian. parish. The pledges and cash

lersi and William II. Sinclair. publication as the new paper, Exiles The Priest-educator asserted reported this week, said the
Dr. Joseph Belott and Phillip which will be published undera EncouragedCARACAS that in societies of men "where : f pastor, will go higher, since
Caruso are honorary vice- completely different format, : (XC)-An exiled! the knowledge and service of workers still have some 60

chairmen. The advisory com- succeeds "Catholic Action" in Cuban prelate has urged his the true God is not the directing Space Finds x visits to complete.Last .
mittee includes Emil Biro and late February. "Catholic Actionof fellow exiles to place their and motivating force, might
hopes in Christ for a return to and conquest and Sunday, Father Bueche
Ben Talluto. the South" has been pub- power
Approximately 70 men will lished since 1932. their native land. tyranny, are the perverted Cannot AJterRe'velation. !! personally thanked all the fine

be needed on all campaign Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo aims, and the loss of human workers and generous members -
The Clarion Herald, an offset
committees. The captains are Boza Masudal of Havana, now dignity, human freedom and I of the parish. He spokeat
will be
now actively enlisting lieu publication, producedand residing in Venezuela, said: human happiness are 'the in- all Masses, announcing that

tenants. printed locally. Catholic "'\"e must not lose couragein evitable results." HOME (XC)-The possibilityof the campaign was both a spirit-
the are Action is printed in Huntington ----- ----
"All of
parishioners the ups and downs of poli- the discovery of other in-
said that "rare- ual and a financial victory.
Father Bunn
Indiana, by the publishersof tics, but must do our part and habited planets besides Earth JOHN GLENN AT GEORGETOWNCol.

ST. AUGUSTINE. "Our Sunday Visitor." place our trust in Christ., ly, if ever," will there "be would not affect the Christian John Glenn, (left) United States astronaut, wasa "We had the largest groupof

- ------ found a case of violation of teachings of Revelation, a guest recently of Georgetown University students who men and women working
.. -- --
"'" legitimate human law which theologian said here in an in- interviewed him and Father Martin McCarthy SJ. and together in the parish history,"

For Your 1963 Travel PlansPILGItIMAGES does not also entail some viola- terview in the Rome weekly, Dr. William J. Thaler, scientists, for a TV program on he said.

MCDONALD'S tion of the individual's obligations Vita. space made for showing by the U.S. Information Agency.

to divine law." Father Domeniro Grav Father McCarthy ia assistant director of the Vatican
R.I., a professor at the Pontifical SUBSCRIBE
Observatory in Rome. Dr. Thaler is chairman of George-
REXALL ; "This is no more than to say Gregorian University,
town's physics department and has served the Office of NOW !
whether teach-
h briefly that, in our country, was

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: conforms to Christian mores
ST. ; A" 1 than Earth men, if there are
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