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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 8, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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f Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley this week appealed to his parish Priests to presentto

their people the need for the annual Orphans' Collection, adding "I am sure that the .
1'C' Catholic sense of our people will do the rest. The Priests will remind Catholics of Diocese of St. AugustineSt.

the Diocese of St. Augustine that Catholic Charities Sunday will be February 17 this

year. Augustine Florida

tt Monsignor Patrick J. Trainor, chairman of the Board of Catholic Charities, has .
February 5,1963
asked that the collection bring in at least $180,000 for operational needs.
t Service reports of the Dear Reverend Father:
VOL. XXIV No. 15 Orlando Florida Friday 8 1963 Ten Cents Sisters of St. Joseph are en- are shielded from embarrassing
February agencies of Catholic Charities ,
__ .r 17 will be Catholic Charities
gaged as usual in works 0 f publicity. Sunday, February ,
indicate that some 860 home-
mercy they have embraced for Catholic Charities relies Sunday in our Diocese. What is known among us
less children were helped by
the Diocese-St. Mary's Homein once more on pastors to bring as the Orphans' Collection will be taken up in all
Cross Planned Catholic Charities last year.
Lighted Jacksonville, supervision of the appeal to the noble generosity our churches on that day. The funds realized will
the of
Through resources
( homes for the aged, teachingof of people. Give, say be used to support our homeless children and old
It the diocesan offices and institutions
I boarding homes, handicapped children in our the Priests to maintain the people and to bring the charity of Christ to others

: Beacon of Faith MenST. special schools, adoptivehomes Morning Star Schools. God-given dignity of all those who are needy or unfortunate.I .
to \\hom to
I and other types of Home and medical attentionhas we are privileged
foster care, these homeless been provided to infirm assist. know that if you present the case for our less
Catholic Charities Sunday is favored charges to people, they will respond
AUGUSTINE-On Thursday of last week, the general committee of the St. little ones were fed, clothed elderly persons who live in our February 17. At least one day's your
warmly. It is never to the case
{ Augustine Foundation formed under the sponsorship of Archbishop Joseph P. Hurleyto and sheltered. two villas for the aged. We income is recommended for the necessary argue
for charity with the true follower of Christ.
The Diocese has doubled the Simply
celebrate the 400th anniversary of Christian civilization in the United States met give social and nursing serviceto Catholic cause.
trace their dollars into the orphanages and foster
to make initial plans for the great illuminated Cross that will stand in the waters where number of regional offices it some others in their own
has in the Catholic Charities homes, into the :Morning Star Schools and clinics
the Spanish ships lay at anchor on the historic day when St. Augustine was founded. homes. We Pope Mourns
Bureau. There are now six. gave hospitalization for the aged, into the hospitals and nurseries wherewe
Father James J. Heslin is
torians record as the it New trained social workers counsel and Christian VATICAN CITY (XO)-
president of the Foundation. foundingdate day, was a Spanish diocesan care for unwed mothers and unwanted babies,
S The Quadricentennial Committee of this first city of the Priest-Father Lopez de Gra- have been obtained to augmentthe compassion to numbers of unwed Pope John XXIII sent a and I am sure that the Catholic sense of our people
jales-who offered the first staff of those who have mothers. We have arranged cablegram voicing his sore will do the rest.
met at his rectory at Jack land.The
Mission is already In Mass in the first parish in the "borne the heat and the burdenof for the adoption of row on the death of John
sonville Beach.Archbbhop .
possession of a considerable country. the day" in past decades. numerous infants. All these Cardinal D'Alton and paid Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain
P. Hur
Joseph number of books and docu- .__..h_________m_ ______..____u_______..____ ... -"' ......,..,... --- tribute to the Irish Primate's mercy.
I ley presided at the meeting -- "vivid Christian charity" and
ments for the proposed library
held to discuss preparationsfor a spokesman for the committeesaid. ; '$. Mflame of missionary zeal. :May the blessing of our merciful Lord abide

the 400th anniversary of These documents will be ;' .<; Pope John spoke in the with you and with your people.
Catholic life and American t
increased during the months ,., \ cable of his many meetings
I community life in the United ahead.St. ; 'k,. : with Cardinal D'Alton duringthe Devotedly yours In Christ

States during the year of Augustine's Oldest Parish t' preparatory phases of Joseph P. Hurley

1965.Present; claims the oldest records in the '. the ecumenical counciL lie
.
also with Father : ,::. ,, 1 Archbishop
United States, dating from the ,, saluted his "very great prudence Bishop of St. Augustine
Heslin John
were Monsignor "
He also
and modesty.
baptismal register of 1594. "
} P. Burns, the Cathedral pastor, ,
.t fervent on
promised prayers
The church registers, it was :
Father Matthew Connolly, diocesan stressed, are the oldest writ- ,f., .. r=iawi.i; tng 1 behalf of the Cardinal's souL
; historian and Father .
ten records of kind in the t wsi rrYaa'"
Michael V. Gannon who is di- United States.To any i.. Primate of All Ireland
rector of the Mission of NombreDe ;

The Dios illuminated in St. Augustine.cross, it was historical house volumes these priceless, the t,' 4 4 Cardinal D'AltonNoted as Scholar

planned, will stand as a spokesman said that the library 1"i "c\' ', ,
"beacon of the Faith" both to would contain special

ships at sea and to men on vaults.As : 1 i S Opponent of Tyranny Dies at 80
land. It will be a reminder of part of this new libraryand 3 'Sh v ,

the religious beginnings of museum, there will be t*,.' : \ DUBLIN (NC-John Cardinal D'Alton, who died here at age 80, was known for

American Another history.major preparationunder space records for and exhibition objects of of religiousand oldest ,;t...,. ";.k\'; ;.. ;r'\\t ,'.' : his scholarship, opposition to I tyrannical forms of government and his efforts for na- I

k
tional unity.
Foundation sponsorshipIs historic significance in the ,,: ;<..; .. Qn.S the ceremony and led the recitation Known as a classical scholar,
archives of the Diocese of St. \; v< I i c The Archbishop of Armaghand
the library of early Americana j of prayers for the dead. John D'Alton resembled the
; to be built on the groundsof Augustine.The t"t. t Primate of All Ireland Business was suspended and novelized concept of the
the Oldest Mission in the committee is now preparing \ '"'. died on February 1 in St. Vin- traffic was stopped in central scholar: shy, retiring and be-

U.S., the Mission of NombreDe plans to inform all the > y cent's nursing home after an Dublin as the Cardinal's body nevolent looking.
diocesan Priests in the United S', a: ry:R3 illness of several months. His
Dios. was escorted out of the city. When It was announced In
It was on the hallowed mis- States of preparations for the death came just three days Thousands lined the streets. December, 1952, that he wouldbe

son grounds that the first ceJ bratioR\..QJt the .qyadricen;. after he had attended the funeral Earlier; hundreds filed past theCardinal's named to the cardinalate,
i tennial in 1965. It will be in London of William Cardinal "
parish :Mass was offered on remains in the nurs- the "Irish Times, a Dublin
September 8, 1565, the day his- stressed that on the founding Godfrey. Archbishop of ing home. Cardinal D'Alton's daily under Protestant con

'" Westminster. home town of Claremorris hada trol, commented: "Even with
II Priest-Historians i i i MeetIn The death of the two prel- complete blackout of public the added dignity of the Red
ROUTINE PHYSICAL CHECK FOR BABY ates reduces the number of lighting for two days as a signof Hat, John Francis D'Alton will

Gainesville Study Child placement is always preceded by a routine physical check-up for the little Cardinals to 83. mourning.Five remain at heart a simple

on one in question. Tampa pediatrician, Dr. Louis T. Corum, above, does the honors fora President Eamon de Valera Bishops of the Armagh scholar."

GAINESVILLE Sessions at the Catholic Student 10-month-old baby brought to him by our Catholic Charities in Tampa. Prime Minister Sean F. Le- ecclesiastical province receivedthe The Times also said: "He has

Center for the University of Florida took place on Wednes- mass, along with Bishops, government body on its arrival at St. that complete unconsciousnessof

day of last week during which Priests who hold graduate : officials and membersof Patrick's ,cathedral, Armagh, dignity,possessed only by a
Novice's Veil HabitAt
degrees in history discussed plans for the publication Nine to j Receive the diplomatic corps attended where thousands of mourners man whose "natural dignity Is
a simple but impressive cer- had gathered. unassailable.
monographs and articles on Florida's Catholic history. emony at St. Vincent's on Feb- Archbishop McQuaid accom- John D'Alton was born In

II The historians met at the 3. English occupation and Ceremony for St. Joseph SistersST. ruary 2 which preceded removal panied the cortege to the borderof Claremorris, County Mayo Ire-

Center to further their preparations -the second Spanish period, 1763- of the Cardinal's bodyto his archdiocese. The procession land, on October 11, 1882.
for history of the Churchin 1821. AUGUSTINE The Superior General of the Sisters of St Joseph of St. Augus- the Armagh cathedral in was formally received at After studying at the Dublin

Florida to be published in 4. Early American period and tine, Mother Louis Edwin, announced here at the motherhouse this week plans for the Northern Ireland. The Cardi- Drogheda and Dundalk hIs- Diocesan Seminary and

1965. Among the Priests pres- founding of the Diocese of St. February reception of candidates and for the ceremony of vows to be held at the nal's body lay in state there toric cities in the Irish Repub- in Rome, he was ordained at
ent at the meeting were Father th Tfc.l.... rV\llA.. .* AM.. .'\n.111R....,.
Augustine, 18211876. novitiate of the diocesan until burial last Wednesdaylie which are within t h e ec- e. >0& "' 'g .a"-- -
Charles W. Spellman, Father vent chapel could for the num- Miss Gail Kinsey, niece of 1908.
5. Modern period: 1S76-1065. Archbishop John C. McQuaid clesiastical province 0 f
:Matthew Connolly, Father Michael As part of their meeting, congregation. bers expected to be present). SISTERS, Page 12 C.S.Sp., of Dublin officiated at Armagh. In 1910 he began a 32-year

V. Gannon, Father David the Priests discussed with Presently the Sisters of St. Those making their first _._. __ ______ ...____,, .... ... .........n, ._ teaching career at St. Patrick's
Page, Father James Lara and Rembert Patrick, professorof Joseph at Jensen Beach, where temporary profession vows 'T1P;.r?""",1iIItt."" < ,,;t"v.:'."...> ."",-.... :\'.- I CARDINAL D'ALTOX, Page 13i

Father Thomas J. Burns. Florida history at the Uni- the novitiate is located, are on are Sister :Michael John, daughter ( .:p [ i

The periods which will be versity of Florida, certain retreat for eight days. of :Air. and Mrs. Alton F. !,.:&mt.. 't;" ,.,..... .<,.,.." ______ 7Q TallahasseeDraws

covered by the historians in historical source material. The ceremonies will take Pate, of Sacred Heart Parish, ,. ,,4?,,_ .. 1"Y1 ,. _
include place in Jensen Beach and in Mad- f1'. \t
their publications : Professor Patrick covered Tampa, and SistexIary: t"W.... *' '.;;dri -JI ClubsInConvention
1. The exploration of Florida the Stetson collection and other Stuart on February 11. alena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \\I 0 '<"

and the founding of St. holdings of historical docu- Early that morning, at 8 \V. F. Oleson, of St. John Par- r ts \

Augustine, from 1513 to 15C3. ments in the P. K. Yonge li- o'clock at the convent chapelof ish, Pensacola. :; .. gt. ::, .u...

2. The Mission period: 1566- brary of the University of St. Joseph Novitiate, there Sister Joseph Marie, daughter .. T AIlIlA UARSEEThe

1764. Florida. will be profession of vow s. of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Southeastern Province of tho
. Young women from some of
'; <\ff:;k ------ ..'..", :. '''' ':; : : }Friedheim of St. Philip Be- National Newman Federationwill
the schools where Sisters of St.
hold its 14th annual convention -
nizi Parish, Belle Glade, will
teach have been
x Joseph making
a
in Tallahassee
Florida
_ rr '" .,. plans to attend the ceremoniesin make her final profession of
beginning February 8.
_ : .:' < South Florida. vow s.
c :
I 'J The welcoming address
s., ,.. Scheduled at St. Joseph At the reception to be heldat __ will be given by Father Patrick .
Church in Stuart at 11:30 a.m., St. Joseph's, Stuart, Bishop q M. Madden of Blessed
AW'S / is the investiture of nine -T-
,., nov- Coleman F. Carroll of Miami np 4 Sacrament Church, chaplain
.... ices of the Sisters of St. Jo- .
will preside. The young women ice. I of the :Florida State University -
i' seph. (The church will provide receiving the Holy Habit will Catholic Student Center.

more room than the con- be: : -- \ -i- The convention program, including

Masses in Diocese Mark vr I have the four following workshops speakers will:

f Father Henry J. Miron, president

Death of Cardinal D'AltonST. I t of Santa Fe High School

) rt 4 41r in Lakeland; Dr. Edward
AUGUSTINE Solemn Requiem Mass was offeredat /:. Desloge of the physics department

10 a.m. Wednesday, in the Cathedral of St. Augustinefor at Florida State University

t the repose of the'soul of John Cardinal D'Alton, Arch- : 1SiL I ; Father Lawrence Cunningham

bishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland. In so doing i assistant pastor in

the mother church in Florida was joined throughout the the Tallahassee parish and
: Father
Diocese of St Augustine when special Masses were offered Theophilus McNulty
: O.F.M., chaplain of the Georgia
for the Cardinal the same day in many of our churches. Tech Catholic students.

i Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley offered Mass Wednesday Speaker for the banquet will

morning for Cardinal D'Alton at Ascension parish in Eau be Dr. Fiancis Townsend,

S V Gallie.Sisters. .1-' |! chairman of the English department
V -
cellor of the Diocese, was in .
of Mercy from Ardee Florida
at State Uni
Ireland to attend the funeralof
------' -
I County Louth in Ireland's '
"
BOSTON EDUCATOR WELCOMED '; versity.
Cardinal D'Alton as the representative _, .. ____
Archdiocese of Armagh, -; "1.---- -- -
The contention will closeon
Our Lady of Lourdes School, Daytona Beach, has of the Diocese of
been visited by Dr. Marie Gearan, a Boston College pro- mourned the Cardinal at Archbishop St. Augustine.The IT ALL STARTED AT ST. SIARY'S HOME Sunday with Holy Mass

fessor. She gathered data on the school from Father Sisters Hurley's came to Florida Mass. ,These with Cathedral Mass mourn Sister Ann Patrice is like a big "sister" to children who live at St. Mary's Homein officers and installation for 19C3.of province

Irvine Nugent, pastor, Mother M. Clare, principal, other Cardinal D'Alton's blessing .in ing the passing of a great Irish Jacksonville. The annual Orphans' Collection-which is now spread out to embracethe A breakfast will follow.

faculty members and pupils. Her study will be added to the fall of 1961, to staff Ascension friend of Florida missions was aging, the handicapped, the troubled of all ages-dates back to the 1880s. It start- Timothy Dyer president of the

others currently being made by Boston College to eval- parish school. held on the day of the solemn ed with the opening of St. Mary's Home operated by the Sisters of St. Joseph and National Newman Federation,

uate our schools. Father Irvine Nugent, chan- MASS, Page 12 serving the Diocese. will install officers.

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jl IsrFage/ Two The Florida Catholic Feb. 1963 ...-..'- .
Friday .. ; Traffic
."..:__:t.., ...0' :>.i.<:.." !"'" ><".w.: < '<" '....... y".... ,: .__. Safety

: .: "% ( :=- < \. .i WASHINGTON (NC) -The

Ui < tftIIJJti.. .. ., $ ., .. ,_ ,. National Council of Catholic
I -- t
II CatKoUc : ,. {J. .:'$, ,' ". ': .,." "'O._ ,.'.. .4..> ,,'-. ,_ .,_ \ '. I '.', Women was honored here witha
Florida Reports : C: t "1f :., .. '. .
: t '" :g.l ..A:< .. ,_ : i f plaque by the women's divi.slon
::: :: : : of the Allstate Foundation -
.
;J.; f ,. .
poClffiIST .1 ., .... <. for its "outstanding con-
: :: ':>\ : .t4r t\
: H :.. Tampa: JacksonvilleSACRED TIlE KING I <. r. ,:,::..... ..- : .ff- Y. ':; ;::. .r.... tributions to traffic accident
The annual card and t
party : prevention" through various
p PERPETUAL HELP HEARTThe '- 1 '< t.
.: -
: Fifty-six School Sisters of fashion show sponsored by t. ''' -::>it> f programs and activities.XCC'F .
Notre Dame from Florida's Sacred Heart Guild will members of the Guild of Christ ( Ii 4, :, 1 'S' president Mrs. Joseph

sponsor a card partyfashionshow the King, will i.
east and west coasts recently Arlington, be McCarthy accepted the award

attended an educational con.f&eiice on Friday. February 15 held Tuesday, February 19 at from Mrs. Robert Beaton, director
,: at 8 p.m. at the Garden Center, 8 p.m.. in the Southside Wom
:,. at Our Lady of Perpetjial of the women's division, ata
=::4: Help Academy in Tampa. 1005 Riverside Avenue. Rosenblum's an's Club. Mrs. Jack Flemingis dinner here last week. '

of downtown Jacksonville general chairman. The public -
Guest speaker for the occa.'loivas Mrs. Beaton announced that

= : .Sister Mary Maura will"present "Portraits of is Invited. the Allstate Foundation was

\ ...:. ..S45.N.D., writer, poet, and head Fashions. ST. PAUL presenting the NCCW with a
Prizes will be awarded
iof the English Department of and St. Paul's,Guild in Jacksonville $10,000 grant to help the coun-

*L::.the College of Notre Dame oflarylancL refreshments will be served. gave its annual luncheon -j r cil continue its educationalwork
Donation is" $1.25. Tickets
::"' Sister Maura is the are honoring ,past presidents In In traffic safety.
available from all Guild
==autfior of several volumes of mem- the cIulP room Monday, February -
bers. The Guild asks that
". reservations -
/ poetry. 4.

:a;. Sifter Maura lectured on the be made by calling Mrs. John ,\?. Robinson reviewed __ _u __..,___ .. _. __ _._____ __ mu ___ __ Daytona Beach
; Mrs. Alfred E. DeVita chair- LAKELAND WOMEN PREPARE FOR BENEFIT
mmportance of "
writing
as communlcation ,
Inter of Our Discon
I *. t.. in "New Tech. man, SP 1-3835 or Mrs. FrankP. tent" by John Steinbeck. Miss Committee members of the Catholic Woman's Club new Civic Center in Lakeland;, from the left, Mrs. A. J. YARNSBISHOPWOODSIDE
Baltes
rrniques and Old Truthi." She SP 12887. Irene Scanlon, chairman of the of St. Joseph Church, Lakeland, are shown above with Barr-Brown, :Mrs. Edward Fersch, Mrs. Nick Polifrone,
HOLY
ROSARYThe
J :-concluded. with a reading of Court Holy Rosary No. Easter Monday card party, and their pastor, while working'' on tallies and score cards Father William O'Farrell, Mrs. Clyde Olson, Mrs. Eugene Knitting Instructions I

r ; -some; of her'own poetry. 1015, Catholic Daughters of her co-chairman, Mrs. A. M. for the card party they will hold on February 14 at the Redig and Mrs. Warren Baker. 633 N. Grandview
-:.-Thjs regional meeting was a announced their
Haiptle, com-
:: IrflTnInary to the annual America, met Tuesday night, mittees. TitusvilleST. RockledgeST. St. PetersburgST. OrlandoST. I Phone 252-5006 I

::::SS.N.D.: educational confer- January 29 In the Holy Rosaryparish
S. hall. Mrs. Walter Droze, The Spring Deanery Meeting TERESASt. : MARYAt JOSEPH CHARLESThe
c to be held this ,
=ln Mankato Minnesota summer grand regent, appointed the will be held on March 13, it was Teresa Catholic Womans the St. Mary Catholic A Valentine card party will February 7 meeting of While In Dayton Drach stop .t
in
-. which more than 1000 School standing committee chairmen. said. All Saints Home Auxil- Club recently sponsored a Sun- Women's Club January meet- be sponsored by members of the St. Charles Holy Name Society KAY'S Restaurant

Sisters will Members will prepare comfort iary will be the hostesses, with day tea from 3-5 p.m. at the Ing, Thomas J. Aglio, executive St. Joseph's Guild, Saturday, was cancelled due to the
participate.
bags for patients in the Lake Mrs. C. J. Williams as chair- home of Mrs. John Moquin, secretary of the new Catholic February 9, 8 p.m. at St. Jo- Mission being held during this 734 Main StreetUNEXCELLED

City Veterans Hospital. man. It will open with Massat chairman and hostess for the Charities Bureau of Brevard seph haIl, corner of Lakeviewand time. The regular Holy Name FOOD

: .Daytona Beach WOMAN'S CLUB St. Paul Church the an- affair. Among the guests present County, was the featured Upton Court. Prizes will Sunday, February 10 will be AT REASONABLE PRICES

., The Hotel Ponce de Leon In nouncement said. The business were Father John B. 0'- speaker. Mr. Aglio outlined be awarded and refreshmentswill marked at the 9:30: dialogue DELICIOUS

.1. PRINTING I I St. Augustine will be the set meeting and luncheon Hare, pastor, and Mrs. Joel Catholic Charities activitiesand be served.TRANSFIGURATION. Mass. Members are asked to HOMEMADE PASTRIESThe

ting for a luncheon in honorof will be held at the Garden Sayers of Daytona Beach, president plans. plan now to attend the next

; Letter Press & Offset the past presidents of the Center. of the Orlando-Central Offers of foster homes for The Women's Guild- of the Holy Name Meeting, Thursday, next time you buy .

Couchman Printing Co. Catholic Woman's Club of Jack- Deanery Council of Catholic placement 0 f children u p Church of the Transfiguration March 7. It will be "Ladies' tell the clerk you saw it in the

1. M&n.".. Owaer sonville. The luncheon plannedfor Gulfport Women.A through teens are presently will sponsor a dessert card Night." Florida Catholic.

c: CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia Monday, February 11 at 12 HOLY NAME feature of the tea a needed, he said. party Saturday, February 9, 1

.. noon, will also celebrate the Father Frank P. Goodmanhas activities was Mrs. Joseph Schoebert, president p.m. at 4000-Mth and 43rd TallahasseeBLESSED POWDER PUFF
the
club's 46th anniversary. Mrs. display depicting of the Diocesan Council Streets North. Donations are
announced that the SACRAMENTMembers
BILL'S SHOE REPAIR Robert B. Horner and Mrs. womenof and duties of the committees.Also of Catholic Women, announced $1 and prizes will be awarded. BEAUTY SALON

.. Gerald J. Golden Jr. are chair- Holy Name parish will available for viewing were plans for the convention to be ST. JUDE of the 'Vomen'sGuild
: Creative Hair Styling
the Blessed Sacrament
of
Hah Cleaned' & Blocked! : man and co-chairman.< Ar- sponsor a card party Wednesday -scrapbooks containing picturesand held in Tampa, April 22, 23 and The Infant of Prague Circleof Permanents, Silver Blendingand
Church Tallahassee
of
I an-
rangements for transportationto February 13, 8 p.m. In the 24. St. Jude's Guild will
: Member Our Lady of Lourdes news items covering the sponsor nounce a sale in TintingHelen
rummage
St. Augustine may be made social hall. Donations are 75 Along with the resumptionof Valentine dessert card
a party,
I .... 639 N. Grandview through :Mrs. Burton :M. Riley, cents and prizes will be awarded. history of St. Teresa's Church. weekly bake sales, the club Saturday, February 16, at the Frenchtown, February 16 and M. Rrhfcnk. OR 74111

:.. -, EX 8-5081. All are invited to attend. These date back to the 1800s. officers announce that the par- school cafetorium 5th Avenue 17. Bake sales are held by the BO Bo. Unite. Ormond Dtacb

t .. ... Guild first Sunday of the Opp. Coquina 1I0tl1J1
.. -"'-> --- every
-t'c'r ..... j. '. 'f' ish fair will be held February and 58th Street, North, at 1:30
month. A luncheon for the
Furnrture; Books 16, from 4.10 p.m. in the Cocoa
: : ;: Cards '. p.m.The Newman Club during their
J : Greeting t! < Armory. Mrs. L. J. DeMarkls eighth grade girls of St.

.: :'.:LLOYD: ... COX : '\ asks for donations of stamp Jude's School will act as host- be conference sponsored February by the 'Vomen'sGuild 9 will you

.: .L ft"x books, baked goods and white esses. Miss lay A. Quinn and always know
of Blessed Sacrament
: .. Office Supplies 'II : : ". 4 : elephant items for the fair. Mrs. Homer Dupont are co-
m : : ';'1 .. : A book report was presentedby chairmen. Church. ) when itseAIIIIOUNCIIIG

...:118 North Beach Street v fiA Mrs. DeMarkis on the life Donations are $1.00 and
:: .
: k CL 2.3473 of Francis Cardinal Welcome Travelers
Spellman. prizes will be awarded.Colleges !
The book Is in the lending
Furniture
.
library. Given Porch and Patio specialties

_1ta aft and American Food .T Mrs. H. M. Solana, chairmanof Rattan Wrought Iron

')- 4-. the charities committee, gavea Graduate GrantsWAHIIINGTOS
1q '.'Open" 5' P.M.'til! I II I P.M. : report on the activities and Aluminum
; (NO-Three
Ii Banquet Facilities : function of the committee. Ac- Highway 1 Ormond Beach
Catholic universities are among
-, tivities Included In the report
cO' 87 public and private Institu-
re-
Closed Mondays were visits to the Ill, aged,
tions of higher education selected
S; -. handicapped and shut-ins; assistance
..: SAN REMORESTAURANT -; by the federal space.
to new parents; and ,
) to receive graduate
program
; _ -' 14 help to the needy at home and
-
t. 1290 SO. RIDGEWOOD LARGO YOUTH GROUP INSTALLS OFFICERS in foreign countries.Mrs. training The National grants. Aeronautics Dl I VAL'SGIFTS

Officers i of Largo's Blessed Sacrament Catholic Youth Organization Solana also reportedthat and Space Administrationsaid OF DISTINCTION

V t' J. CL 2-1357 have been installed. Judge Joseph McNulty is seen presenting the lighted candle to a layette is supplied fora the schools will\ give the FINE LINENS -TOSS PILLOWSGIFTS
i each and
needy baby
Wallace Brown. Others in the from the left David Stoneb ok year trainees
president, picture are, that during Lent the Madonna grants to P (Joctoral FOR EVERY OCCASION
vice-president Carol Andrews secretary Joy Lima, treasurer Father Christopher who have chosen graduate
; ; ; Apron is passed around for WHEN YOU GIVE A GIFT FROM

H VBREOF Fitzgerald Sacrament I.C.parish., spiritual director; and Father :Michael Cottrell I.C., pastor of Blessed donations from members. oriented.research that is space- DIVAL'S you give the finest


.. Largo Lakeland Port Orange years Each of study grant with covers a minimum three 126 VOLUSIA AVE. Ph. 2554741Floyd

DON'T SAVE STAMPS BLESSED SACRAMENTBlessed ST. JOSEPH EPIPHANY stipend of $2400 plus full tuition -

Members of the Catholic At the January meeting of and fees.Catholic .
SaTe Dollars! Sacrament Catholic J. Tredttay'sDaytona
Woman's Club of St. Joseph the Epiphany Women's Club, institutions coop-

"Don't Call Shlvtr"ShlT-v Youth Organization had their Church will sponsor a fashion Father Daniel Sloan I.C., of erating in the program, designed Moving & Storage Co. b rrJ'f11

SinclairHEATING Installation of officers for 1963 show and card party on ..February Our Lady of Lourdes Church, to meet future needs for &
Agents ALLIED VAN LINES INC. _
CIi 2-3793 on Sunday, January 27, at 8p.m. 14 at the new Civic Cen- gave an illustrated talk on the highly trained scientists and DAYTOXA ,
IR LAN
CASH In the school haIl. The ter in Lakeland. Proceeds will religious and historical pointsof engineers, are: 110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1G3G 560 So. Hhd_IIH 4,3587
DISCOUNTSBurn's benefit the parish.Elkton interest in Rome. Catholic University of America -
foi th. uk.of yourbom. up taM installing officer was Circuit
to The Women's Club will here, Notre Dame Univer-

Judge Joseph McNulty. sponsor a parish party on February sity and St. Louis University. "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS -SINCE I 1881"

installed ST. AMBROSE 13 at the American NASA declined to announcethe
Officers
were as
-1 Father William F. Balfe has Legion Hall, Port Orange. Mrs. number of grants given Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons
:: Supply Company follows: Wallace Brown, presi-
: announced that the 'Voman'sGuild Florence Kozak will serve as each institution, but said the
a dent; David Stonebrook, vice- of St. Ambrose parish general chairman.The .
"cIi Complete Line Of total is nearly 800. Registered Jewelers
".. JANITORIAL SUPPLIES president; Carol Andrews, secretary will sponsor a chicken pilau club members also votedto 122 N. Beach St. CL 2-2552

I Phone 252-8114 651 No. Beach St. ; Joy Lima, treasurer. supper at the parish hall In contribute a layette to Cath- HN Given Report American Gem Society
Father Christopher R. FItzgerald Moccasin Branch on Wednesday olic Charities through the Di- OU.H.XC) Archbishop

I .' I.e. Is spiritual directorof February 20 from 5-8 p.m. ocesan Council of Catholic Gerald T. Bergan of Omaha

the organization. Donations are 125. Women. blamed "newspapermen striv-

.. u_u._uu.. ... ........ . for an exceptional angle"for CHINESE
: CLUB 92. SKYLINEi r ,*' .......""-" 'io' "" + -. .r, ';'' ,. ,.*. ,' : p pI
of conflict
reports among
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:- : 4 : : the Second Vat- AMERICAN FOODS r :; ,.
:;:: RESTAURANTS / : : the Bishops at (: { /
,.. ,.- ...... { ,. .. ...,j. Ji...... ',"!: ican Council. "
) :
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5:.. Lobster Frog Legs Shrimp ... !I ;.,,, "' .) : "You'd get the idea that Chop Suey Steaks

(. i : some Bishops were wearing SeafoodKONAKAI j_
:' J'#'" ,,; ... "d. ..
----t ALL YOU CAN EAT. $3.25 1 guns on their hips from some /i-

:;! Steaks Italian Foods Sea Foods reports," the Archbishop said. RESTAURANTORDERS
f ,, ..ri 4k*. *' .' 't 1LaN "I may have looked for a bomb

1 ;. :CLUB 92 U.S. 92 SKYLINE U.S.. 1 '1>- "- under my chair because some FOOD SUPPLIED FOR PREPARED CHURCHES TO TAKE, CLUBS OUT BANQUETSPh.

were set off in St. Peter'sbasilica

li -E. Opp... Speedway-CL, 3-9812 at AIrport-New Smyrna ( ) before the council 2-9487 703 Ridgewood Holly Hill

---I began. But I never worried
'- about the Bishops."

---4 E1' CL 2.2220 CL 2-2220 Archbishop Bergan told the TOWN & COUNTRY *

& I :;: : Water Conditioning archdiocesan Holy Name Union .
annual meeting here the reports '
J.1 Males Good Water BEAUTY SALON r't'' \ r/7
Air Conditioning 1111 i of conflict were greatly

I' ; 4pfatIt! Better At A Savings exaggerated. He also denied Y.1s ...h..ld U.l.t .. Q. lUyOar .
; .... '
-to Mates Good Air -, ;= -- t'g I there was any rift between the IMjIUU Ar. Qualified ta firrr _
-f-s- Of Per Month "
$9.80 - kJ ,* clergy and laity In the United 'Sour Y.irrj: 110557 >erdP '
i- Better At A Very ? .rman.BU. Color Xhaplnc.
Good States, as some other reports Fvdlcarei, rada... MBalrnrn.
Housekeeping
(
Reasonable Cost 6616 .. tt.nl lc.
1 Code --- had stated. lig
Rgure) I TTTUSVILLE CLUB ENTERTAINS AT TEA ">'a..'Y..r D.t. with Beauty >(.w* fJi\
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__ Among the guests at the tea at the home of Mrs. John WOODS Ph. III-eill-Ill Srabr..s. Bled

Lindsay Water Conditioners I Moquin (standing) were, New Weekly Today Pallj I-I "'.d. 1,1 \

BATON ROUGE (O'O-The FUEL OIL CO.
from the left, )(rs. John
Moving? first edition of the Catholic
-, AValding, ice-president of St. Phone 252.1524
-- Well (Udl? forward "Th, FUrldi Commentator, weekly news-
:= : Retail Sales Catholic" I. year .... address.LS.s ,, Teresa's Catholic Woman's paper of the diocese of Baton HOLLY HILL ;
L : : DAYTONA h.T. tx th the old mod thfw CLEANERS
i S: Discount Prices .* ... (with the ....)*. .f th.: Club, organization hie b Rouge, will be sent to 40,000

_. .... parish r.ip.tlTly.. If penlblo.) sponsored the recent event Catholic families on February 8. C DETERGENTS T oMhoair.
,. a DEODORANTS
in Titusville; Mrs. Dorothy "Catholic Action of the WEBB'S IklN .
FURNITURE
S FLOOR WAXES
South of the
: Brown, now of Daytona publication .

--. -- ... Beach, a past president of archdiocese of New Orleans BARBQRIBSBEEP INSECTICIDESDISINFECTANTS CHEMICAL I CO.
T : -- LSOLD has served as official news-
Titusville Ilarish group; )(rs.Jo..l .
." SelectionQuality SHOWROOMS paper of the diocese of Baton SWIM. POOL CHEMICAlS.
Large Sajers Jr., Daytona PAY"
PORK CHICKEN DOESN'T
Furniture Rouge since the diocese was "GRIME
Beach, president 01 the Or- EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES
.' formed about a year ago. ORDERS TO GO
[i lando-Central Deanery Council MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS & DISTRIBUTORS

__ ::2; :- .'1 -' Robert L. White Pres. of' Catholic Women; Mrs. Monsignor John J. Naughtonis Corner Ridgewood CHEMICAL SPECIALTIESalso ;

James D. Brown and Mrs. director of the Catholic press and Big Tree Road
L_ : : :: Municipal Airport-Off Hwy. 92 lour products when yon Jack Sherrill, president and for the diocese of Baton Rouge. South Daytona
advertise them often in A Com pie Je Line of Janitorial Equipment
.. secretary respectively of the Editor of the Commentator is
:: Phone 255-2827
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Diocese ProvidesMorning ', The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 8, 1963 Paga Three

Serves Longest ro '. '
3t !

i Stars for Handicapped Throughout St. Mary's\ Home the historyof (now V''P 7 i'I" rr
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the cottage-type (right) r .., t I Ir
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complex of buildings in <
1 of St. Joseph, who not only receive physical, situation. Some of our pupils In some cases kindergarten '
SISTERS Arlington), it has been dependent k4c':1 .
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special trainingso speech, and occupational ther- have already achieved this. pupils upon recommendation, ;
the be and provided we can meet thechild's for maintenanceupon .. .. .-
that they better teach apy as case may but
may Pupils are privileged to attend the charity of the ....
handicapped youngsters, have progress is according to individual needs.In "
Mass and receive Our
been putting to practice what ability. It is hoped order to give handicapped people of Jacksonville and
they learned for the past five that many of the pupils who Lord daily. This is the most youngsters the necessary other friends throughoutthe 137G1 M

years, in our Morning Star are receiving special attentionnow important event of the day. schooling and therapy required state. With its begin- > t a s1YPt

Schools. The Morning Stars may in a few short years Morning Star School sched- your help is needed. ning dating back to the

are comparatively new in the overcome their handicap to ule is very similar to any other Now is your opportunity to 1880's, it has served the
galaxy of Catholic Charities in such extent as to enable themto school program. It providesfor aid Catholic Charities in the Diocese longer than any \ -

the Diocese of St. Augustine. return to a regular classroom children of school age,_ and Diocese. of our resources for care s
+: Y r
1 44 4 e "
One of the Sisters wrote the of dependent children.Asking .
following, especially for this a sA. t

paper; and it would be difficultto

add to or subtract from what You as'IT'S

she says, in order to bring to ,.
i each reader's mind the true < To Help Are
meaning of the Morning Star :

Schools serving children in Morning Star School, Jack-

Jacksonville, Orlando and Tam- sonville.

pa: St. Mary's Home, Jackson .

1 This month in the Diocese, ville.
1r Catholic Charities again makes pad a All Saints Home, Jackson-

t ; an appeal to you. ay rP ville.
Foster homes all over Dio-
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generosity rr' cese.Morning Star School, Orlando. i'S: :;
truest reflection would not /
radiate In the smiles of these Maris Stella Villa Orlando.
a A GOOD GARDEN, SISTER/ AT ST. 3IARVSVarious
youngsters who are "Just as r Cuban youth program. .

r the good Cod made them. Morning Star School, Tampa.St. sad circumstances have temporarily or permanently broken the own

Many of the youngsters who z. Joseph Manor, St. Peters- homes of these lads who would indeed have a hard row to hoe if Sisters of St. Jo-

i apply for admission to Morning 1 burg. seph weren't ready to help them at St. Mary's Home in Jacksonville; and if you did

Star School do not appear to Six regional offices of the not give all you can to help support their care on Charities Sunday. Sister Francisde

be different from the children Catholic Charities Bureau in Sales (above) supervises the home as superior. There is hardly a parish or &

who attend our parish schools. A4LfSc1: Jacksonville, Daytona Beach, mission of ours which has not been served at one time by St. Mary's:Home, since the
Brevard County, Orlando, Tam
But in some areas they are. ____ 1880's and that kind of memory is too sacred to forget.

The Morning Star School __u ____ __ pa and St. Petersburg. u.,..'-. __ _mu_" _"_ "''t vc '
.S- u a
provides for any child who hasa A BIG WORLD FOR A SMALL BOY 'TT \ xY.;. w' ..,'<-".
crippling disorder includinga Physical handicap will be treated as this child learns to write the alphabet Foster Care to Children r 0f"l -' :

speech defect, a hearing loss, and all his lessons, spiritual, social and educational-at the :Morning Star School in p< ;.p'f'0: :: ; .,

a cleft palate, cerebral palsy, his area. The Diocese maintains these schools in Jacksonville, Tampa and Orlando, Includes Areas' Homes ..' .
muscular dystrophy, and many under the instruction of specially trained Sisters of St. Joseph. Help these Schoolsby : (

l other difficulties.! large gifts on Catholic Charities Sunday. FOSTER care is given to children who come to the at- : ..
The handicapped youngstersIIANDICAPPED of our six: regional offices. Each Catholic !:; S., : ,. ,....

I I .,.. !II !;f'.x '4..' .....y...... : .. ..,. .....1,4.:........-,.:... i ,.1 Charities Bureau is very busy with child welfare problems,
r r. r ; Latnolic Lnarmes upens adoptions and assistance to the troubled to whom a child's ,

: care will be or is burdensome, temporarily or permanently. S .jiii::
r Sr
1 There's a constant need,
Brevard Orlando I OfficesTwo be he infant or big boy, tiny
therefore, for foster homes. _
t. baby or growing little girl

new regional offices of Catholic Charities Bureau, Problems have to be sorted out will be with foster parents in .. \ : '
and assessed by the capable the foster parental home, or el't ,\- :
Inc., claim Thomas J. Aglio as executive secretary. He and
Q4t. his staff are responsible for Catholic Charities in Brevard social 'workers.They with homes that shower foster .; t:

County, the Diocese's newest agency with an office now 'decide' under the di- care upon children through the

located at Eau Gallie, and the nearly four-month-old re- the rection foster of our home Priests, whether persons assigned at St. Mary's to our Home orphanages : ii ; : : ;; +

f.uuu.'u..uu.arirvnal f i tVir 1ir........ r"Vinifi'-'uu..........;..'\...a ."Rit-..........- .- for a child and at :Maris Stella Villa. t

{ reau in Orlando.Of St. Mary's Home shelters

I ;: the six regional officesso dependent children placed In < .
i I tcr far established by the Diocese the I
care in Jacksonville .of "
1
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J6k: i t I
Mr. Aglio predicts Bre Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Y<'tfWIf; ,
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c1'1FES. .
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Augustine. Maris Stella villa'slay vard will be among the largest. SuHDa Mr." '. ad '
staff in Orlando Is '
aro super
This office is presently staffedon :. '
vised by priestly executives: # 'J .." .
1 Wednesday and Thursdayand :
of our charities. ;
\ ay .... : ;
offers telephone an-
A .:!
Ina r '/' Among the charities that are
swering service. Any one wish supported largely through the : _
"'
F ing to contact the Brevard office annual diocesan collection, ;,;,,.-a- :t
ro \ "
/ ga. may call AL 4-8135 in Eau none holds a more venerable 1 -

.}. Gallie. place than St. :Mary's Home.In .
point of history, it was rr
The new office, Mr. Aglio founded in downtown Jackson-

states, need offers of foster ville in 1886.

ac homes for placement of children Sisters of St. Joseph trans- .. "
ferred their operation of StMary's :
up through teenage. 'EVEN A CUP OF WATER' .
Home to the
cottage-
St. Mary's Home in Jacksonville has tlt is junior-sized
w One major project since type location in Arlington. Suburban :
4a Christ the water fountain handy for young residents.. Contribu-
Christmas has been a complete King parish
renovation of Maris Stella took up where Immaculate Con tions to Catholic Charities makes it possible fo continue

Villa in Orlando, a home for ception parish left off as the the historic care given at this orphanage under tne; direc-

\ young girls. Charities received locale of this children's home. tion of Sisters of St. Joseph. -i _

help from the parish Guilds in --


BCT:tS AIDED, ORLANDO the Greater the Orlando entire house.area to refurbish r How to Become a Social Worker in a Catholic Aaencv..., I II

lunch and hang our clothes in theboys Mr. Aglio supervises the I I
"We
bring our up Cuban youth for the By Father John J. Lenihan community organization, administration need and how to get volunteers merely to teach the candidatefor deals with the charity of the
program
cloakroom, just as other do in regular school, they Diocese. He has placed 60 boysin Executive Secretary personnel practices involved in helping others. the degree how to gather Church through the ages, ad-
I tell you at :Morning Star Si chool in Orlando. This is one foster homes and keeps in Board of Catholic Charities research, the philosophy Administration and person- data and organize It for his ministered by the Bishops,; the

; of the diocesan schools for physically handicapped chil- touch with each of them. IN speaking of social work, and ethics of social work and nel practices deal with the dissertation. Parish Priests, the monasteries
I dren aided by your Catholi e Charities gifts. action, social service or the history of social work. areas of budgeting and the day- Catholic student social and individuals like those

ti .- r social welfare _we___ are___ real 1 y Human growth and behavioris today administration of a pro- workers are taught the Catholic men in St. Vincent de Paul

speaking of the charity of Jesus exactly what it says. In other gram. You learn to utilize per philosophy of ethics societies. It deals also with the

a .,4 q P!t + ? Z X .r- Christ which urges or com- words, a study of the physicaland sonnel to the greatest advantage which should govern our ac punitive poor laws and their
< .. mands us to love our neighboras psychological growth of for the one in need. tions. effect on legislation in the
.: { t..-......... ourselves.St. the human being from birth to The research seminar is held The history of social work United: States even to this day.
k .. ... ... .
..-- Paul of the three death. <<<< : -<; < "
speaks It deals with babies, : .: : :
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: .. a t
.. ,. L7 i: great virtues of faith, hope and childhood, adolescence, middle r f ?

4... ,' ...,..',;" ,-1t',". ,-.... ; fr4 L-- charity but he said "the great- life and the aging process. It ; fE f
L4
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.. > est of these is charity. deals also with the effect of
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c ..'i'" ''':',' j = Before thinking about a career -illness on the mental attitudesof
.. I' in the profession of social men, especially illnesses
.\" .... work a Catholic should have which are usually "terminal"or rJ.-
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ti"l : ( his charity which St. Paul fatal. ;
j' t'
...,,.....' .",..... spoke of deeply instilled in his Case work is the study of :: \
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11" ,' ir. L l w. i soul. His faith should be deep different selected cases to examine .
; and practical, his hope abun- the handling of them ': '
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1 and to criticize the process. '
dant.Social J
"r' service is not a mere This is generally a seminar M
nine-to-five Job It is a real type session. ; :

vocation of dedication to the Prospective workers are also y 'am
poor. It is a profession which taught the principles of case j .
affords a good remunerationbut work such as respect for the : % rO

yet requires a dedication individuality and the dignityof "', ,"" 5
'f I
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which few others demand. man. ...;.. :" ,j; ;
How do you become a social Case work teaches you to ;

j1- worker? deal with human problems on 4'g'

An A.B. degree is requiredfor an individual basis.In r" :P''/ 'lei' ,//. ,',rin ,
P.i admission to a graduate group work you learn
school of social work. Graduate group psychology. It is valu- P ,Dqn
school takes two years. It is able for those in Catholic youth 4 r r

:;i. ; a combination of classroom and settings as well as in Catholic

i # field work. In class one is required institutions.In .
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to get 25 credit hoursin social welfare policies and y.
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the first year and 16 credit services you learn the policiesand P :b.%' r3ib N'4 i

hours in the second.In legislation of the Federal

aJ field work 16 hours per Government; e.g., the Social iM; % r 4 r ;,
week is required in the first Security act of 1935 and its e t

year and 20 hours per week in several changes since then.

: fTmi: the second. For field work you You also learn the services and 2: : Z .
get a total of 20 credit hours. resources available in most 1

J5 J5l Therefore, the total number of large communities for those in 3IARIS STELLA VILLA SERVES CHILDREN

t J credits required for the mas- need. Catholic Charities Bureau in Orlando has received parish-wide cooperation in a
ters' in social work is Community organization
degree
project to spruce up the girls' home-Maris Stella Villa-operated as a diocesan resource
-- 61. teaches you how to organize In
for child welfare services. This bedroom is being furnished by St. Andrew
HANDICAPPED LEARN, WITH OUR HELP The subjects taught are order to serve; e.g., to organizethe
Mrs. Daniel E. Calnon of Orlando assists in teaching physically handicapped human growth and behavior, United Fund or a Catholic parish of Pine Hills. Volunteers of that parish who donated their time to decoratethe

children at Morning Star School. Generous gifts are needed to expand these provi- case work, :group; work, social Charities agency. It also teaches room are, from left, Mrs. Jerry Nagan, Mrs. Grace Zimmerman and Mrs. Darlene

dential schools for handicapped little ones. welfare, policies and services, the principles for assessing Schnur. __:__ ____ ___

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Catholic Comment Frank J. Sheed. Profit Sharing Stymies Red Moves J1


Questioner 'Lan be Shown IT would be a boon to us if fare" against this nation-to be of the working class, unity of :I

*---- of our publicists and carried out, as: the statement all the forces of the anti-mo

Heritage of public men were critically says, specifically, by the Red nopolist movements on a national '
Catholicity4"4"ITirHY
Agency Answers Persons' Needs versed in the marxistleninistwouldthen take-over of Taiwan, Hong and international scaleis

a ,.1'iccl::;:: ,.' Th...v imperative."
-------- --- .07 Kong, and other "imperialistheld"
the Church of
Rome? If a man finds that his
YV territories. I nth I S "anti-monopoly
_ conversation starts off the and health spiritual needs are met more satisfactorily in one "
THE same my does not enable me to take know that This is rubber movement in which the
merely a
of the other Christian
way. care of my child." Again, Father consoles: ." bodies., then that is where he shouldbe. they should stamp edition of what Khrushchev communists shall often hang:

"May I see you for a few minutes, "We shall certainly be able to be of assist- not cause us promised Peking in his onto the skirts of genuine reformers -
Father?" to Until very recently a question of this sort might have to crumble be- we note the same
ance you. Catholic Charities will place \.___ __'._..3 _..!I.'I... ____ ____ .. ,.... December address to the supreme -
"Certainly," says the Priest "What your child temporarily in a Catholic home UtxU cusncu: WHIZ any uegree 01 nosuiiiy up fore the pres- soviet. old effort to trick us with
to a snarl and it ent-day communist needed reforms in order to
'can I do to till ; was not unknown for
help you. you and your husband get back on Among that section! 0 f my
"I Catholics to snarl right back. line, help the communist line.This .
have a problem, Father. your feet. Largely own great library which is devoted
... For the Priest some of these invariably "I am desperately in need of work Fa under the influence of Pope John XXIII, which is chief- to original communist is strikingly shown by ;
ly to cajole us J. M. Budish of the United "
would be frustrating experiences were it ther. I will take anything." Again, the the snarl is vanishing from both groupsof _intn_n_ n om_ ... .i t...- documents, there now stand States communists. He explained ,
ot for Catholic Charities. What kind of Priest: "I assure you that our Catholic faces. He has spoken of our separated out 13 books just arrived here how "the powerful -

problems do people have? As many prob- Charities office will try to help you securea brethren as nourished by the same holy Louis F. Budenz from the foreign languages anti-monopoly alliance" could "I

gems as there are people. What kind of3ielp position." Scriptures and bearing Christ's name on publishing house of Moscow bo used to Influence government -
their forehead. The union of minds ting the Red flag to fly in Cuba, They are the new English
and assistance can you give them? For any problem that has never con- may policies, and to "replacethe
Well, let's take a few instances. fronted the Priest before, he has the Cath- L be far off; but the signs multiply of the would Southeast Asia, and Africa. We which translation will of Lenin's total works cold war by a policy of co
not the finally 40 (
,. "}.Ir child is physically handicapped olic Charities as an invaluable source of union of hearts for which the Pope pleads. Post" see "Washington volume existence."

hnd needs special care in school. The aid. Even more important the And union of hearts means a great deal inaugurating a national These ideas, plus the other
agency campaign to restore favorite Each book costs but $1.50.
Priest "We should more than a willingness to tolerate, which at its minimum demands of the line for our
says: certainly be able boasts an almost inexhaustible wealth of nation treatment to Red whereas if they were published
to might be no more than a willingness to be to other disarming, are to be mingled
Tielp you through our Morning Star experience in its trained Catholic social polite Poland and Red Yugoslavia, as in the United States their cost

Schools for handicapped children." workers. religious groups because name can fit into the realityof it did on January 22. would be fully $5.00 to 700. with farmers moves to maintain to "help them-poor t I

T'0ur home is so lonely without children. Catholic Charities is something more there seems to be no way of the :Mystical Body. We would be told, .00, thatprofitsharing This price cutting Indicatesthat selves" and to "shorten the

." Father replies: "I am sure we will than a pool of the parish resources. It getting rid of them.If But even if we are equippedto Is not only Moscow regards them as working hours and supply jobs .

Kfe? able to assist you through our Catholic functions to take care of the problems men love Christ, we should utter this, our questionermay meritorious in itself but I is damaging to us as! thermonuclear for the unemployed."

Charities adoption agency. They will no which the individual parishes refer to it. love them however much they not be ready to receive. also an antidote to commu weapons From this pronunciamentowe

doubt be able to place a child in your care." Most of our parishes have lay representatives may differ from us as to what We might, I think, begin with nism. The struggle among "m- take note of the great importance -

"I: am old and alone, Father. I have on our Catholic Charities Boards. Christ wants Christians to be- the phrase which is the very We would be informed, as a nopolies" for markets and ma- of profit.sharing as a

lieve and to do. key to his thinking "A man case In point, what the terial Lenin here. It is not
no companionship nor anyone to look after Your gift of at least one day's pay to communist charged, caused reform measure
me." The P jest, can say: "Our Catholic Catholic Charities will help insure and But "what Christ wants" Is finds that his spiritual needs party of the United modern wars. It is now in the included among these 'ire-

Charities office will certainly make other members of you precisely the heart of the matter are met." States said when it servilely fight against "the monopolies"that forms" which the communistsare
every that if
your parish for Catholics and Protes- That is not the test. For the 'endorsed Khrushchev's position the communists hope to to promote. The introduction -
effort to find
a place for in of
you one our tragedy strikes difficulties arise
or your tants alike. Neither would for Church Christ founded Is not against Red China. This induce us to help them promotethe of resolutions in favor of
Catholic homes for the aged." Priest will be able to say, "Yes, I believewe one moment allow that what simply an Institution in which "peaceful" party declared in spread of communist rule. profit-sharing in every organization

"My husband has been institutionalized can help you." meets our felt needs or suits each finds the richest develop- the heart of its statement: Accordingly, there took placein that might be affected

our temperament Is more important ment for his own soul. "The CPUSA must now recent months two outstanding by Red infiltration would cut

than what He wantsof It is one through which
I Father John J. Castelot us. Christ Is personally In actionto scious of its national and In- economics. One symposiumwas the rest.

II What does Christ want of.. bring Ills truth and Ills ternational obligations, as the attended by "marxist Beyond that, the proposal

us? life to whole world which ;marxist-leninist party in the scholars" from at least 21 has a great merit<< in itself.

Saint Clarified Psalm's Lesson Catholics believe that He does not know Him. heartland of the world's most countries, including the United We can therefore be thankful

founded. and wanted all men Its function is not only in powerful and arrogant im States, Its conclusion was brief- that Pope John XXIII has

the day of Pentecost, Greek version. The wordingof Hebrews had hazn to join, one single world-wide relation to its own membersand perialism." ly as follows: had the wisdom in his "Materet ,
very 'their spiritual needs, but This "powerful and "The need to intensify{ the Magistra" ("Christianity and
\
Saint Peter addressed a the latter differs somewhat tions of the nature of the Church-ruled in His name by arrogant
i 1argowd: of his compatriots. from the Hebrew, but the sense after-life, it seems likely that the successors of Peter and the to the unconverted mass of the imperialism" is ourselves, the struggle against monopoly cap- Social J'rogress") to stress
human race. United States of Arne r i c a. ital was the keynote of all the profit-sharing in big industriesso
: J1 d been attracted by is substantially the same. the psalmist is looking forwardto Apostles, guaranteed by Him
'.'.'4' ........... ,."'" against error in its teaching For this function the Church I'These words are moreover a contributions." strongly. We can do like-
.s 5 D' 'e t>.- In the original, the psalmistIs a long life here on earth, a ,
needs to with
2Ond-likenoise' voicing his supreme confi. life of continued intimacy with and against!"= any defect in its speak one voice, pledge of eternal "class war- Then it was said: "The unity w ise.
not a chorus or babel of differ-
: SEJilch accom- I) dence in God. Even though giving of the gifts.

3J37iIed the detent j surrounded by people who, by God.But, of course-and this is To us it seems clear from ing Unless voices.all those who teach .Father Leo J. Trese

of the 1 word and example, urge him Saint Peter's point Jesus, by the Gospels that this is :what in His name teach the same
Holy Spirit up- to turn to false gods for refuge rising from the dead He Himself planned. truths
Ii and how is the unbelieving
j $n the disclffiaa and assistance he maintains Strive to Reflect Christ's
,
ascending to the right hand of And in the same Gospels we world to accept Him, or even Image
and then13EJre.
unswerving loyalty to and confidence the Father, fulfills] the hopes find a truth developed much know what It is beinc askedto

:: furtheram '-'-,. in the one true God.I expressed by the psalmist In a more fully by St. Paul-name accept? A Catholic, a Pres- yourself!" Of all the which make Jesus Himself would like me to he, with.

SJSazedf to hear say to the lArd, "My way of which he never ly that the Church was to be byterian, a Plymouth Brother "BE I frequently such a lovable Person. out encroaching on my freedom

shoutingl'"M' Lord are you. Apart from dreamed. mysteriously His body, with a Seventh Day Adventist anda bandied about this is one of Personal popularity may not what would be the re-
?'ir1. .sPq::..... have "
you I no good. (2) all its members with His
And we, who, because we are living Baptist may love God equally; the most misleading. The truthis be a particularly admirable suIt?
fcrJStrange. languages. Their He makes poetic allusion in one, with Christ, are promiseda life as the cells of our bodies but their hearers will quite that I have no right goal if cultivated for its own I then would be an exceptionally -

rmt '. .aCtlon,:was that the diswere' verses 5 and 6 to the distribution full share in His resurrec-- live with ours. All this is too literally not know how to distinguish tn." h.,- "m'cc.1'07 ::...... sake or to achieve social or friendly person, witha
1 S' a bit tipsy, but of territory in the Prom long to be set out in these business
tion, can pray this beautiful in their manifold ut- unless mine is success. smile and a cheery word for
!!r aint Peter convinced them ised Land after the Exodus psalm from the bottom of our columns. You might like to terance the Voice of Christ. the kind of However, to court popularityfor all.

that this was not so. He explained from Egypt: hearts. glance at Theology and Sanity For while most Christians self] God would the sake of Christ is a high-
what had actually happened O Lord, my allotted portionand (pp. 266-288)) and Theology for it meritorious I would be a thoughtful
It is worth however would agree as to the greater want to be. ly undertaking.We
noting, ; quick to notice the
and then went on to tell my cup, You it is'who hold Beginners ((pp. 153-159)! ). pahsof His revelation, and the Or, to put it shall be much more effective person
them the life death fast lot. For that the psalmist's confidence needs of others and quick to
of the
and my me measuring at another instruments in the
Now re-read the question differences between them con- way,
in eventual
God's hand.
give
a helping I wouldbe
: resurrection of our Lord (Acts lines have fallen on the head of this column. cern only a minority of what unless my self hands of Christ if we havea
blessings rests upon his own a kind person with genuine
/ 2,22-25). sites Fair in-
) pleasant to
; me He wants men to know, yet is fit to be another -- )pleasing personality.
i Speaking of the deed is Inheritance.The fidelity to the di"ine11I.. How are we to help the sympathy for the troubles of
resurrection -
my the differences are not minor: self for If other people are attractedto
h he pointed oUt that ItJad "measuring lines" were Jesus put it very explicitlyin questioner to look at It others, never taking refuge In
they are a matter of life and Christ. Manypersons us, we can exert a much
been foretold long ago used to apportion the blocksof the Sermon on the Mount: through our eyes? death.Is as- greater influence for good the alibi that, "I've got" enough

In the c psalms. land given to the various "Not everyone who says to Not by denying that the baptism for children or for 3_ ump_ ___ that_ n ___ upon them. troubles of my own.
.Saint Luke, who recorded groups. But, with truly inspiring me, 'Lord, Lord,' shall enter Protestant Churches are of any adults only? The difference their personality is no one's Jesus does want us to be I would be a charitable person
this i speech In Creek (Saint unselfishness, he Insists the kingdom of heaven but he not given to gossip or un-
;
value. For one thing, they are concerns something of which business but their own. Such popular, in the best sense of
Peter had addressed the crowd that the only Inheritance he who does the will of my Fatherin bringing Christ Our Lord to Christ said that without it we an attitude completely ignores the word, for His sake. We kind criticism. Everyone's reputation

In Aramaic) quotes the psalm wants is the Lord Himself.In heaven shall enter the king- people who for whatever reason "shall not enter into the King Christ's rights in the matter.In might say that Jesus has a would be safe In my

1 ((15,8-11)) from the official view of the fact that the dom of heaven" (Matt. 7,21)). will not accept Him from dom of God." baptism we became "other vested interest in our pop hands.

us. Is Christ really present in Christs," members of His Mys- ularity.. -. ..,."IwoutIbea......"'... .",1".. ..... very I .t.._patient,:____
Yet it seems clear that the the Eucharist or only figuratively tical Body and sharers in His AS unnsnans: we nave no 1''''' :.uu, I.I1:1c11L UI un IJIIUl--,

Question BoxParable fragmentation of His Churchwas ? The difference concerns work of redemption. We be- right to say, "Well, that's the ance and stupidity of others,

.something of which Christ came the tongue and hands and way I am and people will just even when I suffered from
not what he wanted. It Is
I said, "Unless you shall eat the heart of Jesus in the world. have to take me the way I their mistakes.

of Sick Refers to Limbo hard to see how groups of flesh of the son of mart and Himself invisible, He must am." On the contrary we have Friendly, cheerful, thoughtful

I I Christians sincerely contra- drink His blood, yon shall not reach others through you and the duty to identify our short- helpful, kind, sympathetic

Q. A non-Catholic friend by the Angels Into Abraham'sbosom" dicting one another in His have life in you." me or not at all. comings and to make a determined charitable, patient and tolerant:
effort to eliminate this Is the kind of person that
of mine objects to the Cath- Questions should be addressed To make Jesus better
those qualities which are offensive Jesus would like me to be.
to: Question Box, Since the redemption had not Washington LetterEducation known and loved: this is at
I olic belief in limbo on the to others. And how others would love
The Florida Catholic, P.O. yet taken place, the words once our highest privilegeand Christ respects the free will rr.e!
grounds that it is not foundin. BOY 3551, Orlando, :Florida. "Abraham's bosom" could not most serious obli a.
our
Aid Plan Raises with which, as God He has endowed It may seem a formidable
the Bible. How can I answer mean heaven which was closed.It me. He will not force task to undertake but with

' : her? therefore, you can well understand meant, therefore, this other Questions Solons ShunT tion.We make Jesus known and His own pattern upon me. God's grace all things are
place or state to which we give loved when we exhibit those However, if Jesus could possible. At least I can makea
A. There
are terms we use the necessity of interpre the "
name "limbo. of mind and heart make the He
qualities me person beginning, and make It now.
that are not found in the Scrip- tation.It In all fairness to our non- strategy behind the effort to get a federal aid to

tures.To begin with, we must remember is limbo that is referredto Catholic friends, veryoften education bill through the United States Congress this Father John B. _Sheerin I

when they say something does year may have missed its ,., ., ,._ .. ... ___ _
that the people of the in the parable of the sick ?..?".....,.. h...,'". u.-u.'U? UUUIl? 1 biblical days spoke a different man, Lazarus (Luke 16, 19-31)). not appear in the Scriptures, mark. the other hand, one is temptedto

language than we do today and, Lazarus died and "was borne what their they private mean to interpretationdoes say is that hoped Administration that they had advisors devised had a constitutional ask now: Can to it exclude possibly be Council Observer Reports Views I

so
not agree with our tradi- which headed off
: tional program large a group of children from seem to take it don't think he intends to criticize courteies shown the observers.
: 'R'' N G E BUT TRU Interpretation.Q. objections raised against CATHOLICS
many
.
SI- E national concern In a matter that the Prot- adversely here. Nevertheless, D r. Nichols

Facts for Catholics Do Priests have to go previous efforts of this sort. which the government itself estant observers at the Second He is simply stating:: that feels that it is safe to say that
They seem to have failed. *
to Confession to other j 'says is imperative? Vatican Council were tremen- the of the and Catholic ecumenism gained I
power Pope'
By M. J. MURRAY GvyrtfU.IMX NCW Km Mnto* The impression was given
Apart from this both in and
and similar dously impressed depth extent dur-
Priests?
that administration advisorshad the unity of the UI .hops look
questions, the program faces by the ing the Council and that the
t-JHiS-i TSC TbPES pla1oGAp44rp.llhI .. A. Priests do the same as consulted with persons rep- ( "strange" to Protestant eyes.
the same J seed has
:: WIGIFWCISST1IEOI.ILYW.4 long-standing difficul- freedom of been scattered
; Ii'/' their people. They kneel be- resenting a great many educa- ties in What hen, did impress Dr. throughout the
"i' !!! PERMITTED TO Utt WS CAMERA congress. speech allowed episcopate of
JtIVOWM \ III IN -THC VATICAN MRTMDn'$ fore another Priest and say, tional views and that the program While calling itself "selec the Bishops.Dr. Nichols? He says that the most thr whole world-wide

AS NE "'\ Il/I/ AND GARDEN'. fl4REE "Bless me, Father, for I have would obviate questions tive," the proposed bill holds James H. striking feature of the council,
8URC3OO'MALLEY- p C PrATlOIit OF sinned"-they seek counsel- asked in the past. as far as his personal experience -
"HIS FAMILY tttVT out some lure for almost Nichols, an observer -
they are counselled and receive But the leaves was concerned, was the
BEEN HCGM program everyone, except children In for the
CHALICE.mis SUCCESSIVE T& SIX absolution, and they are given unanswered! the question: private grade and high Reformed and genuine ecumenism he found Church.'I

ftoctustf&IMPtf rtJfrs I their penance. Why are more than 5,000,000 schools i and lawmakers are Presbyterian among Bishops and theolo-
,Of children gians.
M<V/U. Q. As a matter of interest, attending non-pub- regarding it as an omnibusbill. Churches,
,- lie elementary and secondary has published He found many Bishops who j
CRiUTtfANSH1PIt would you tell me where the ,
\ schools
excluded
ONE 1HE FEW / iVR'WG from some Such a measure Invites at remarks thatuninhibited considered themselves wItnesses ''I'IrubJl..hrd

$ PlEaS"C .'' t I / i ,7Ft47r. '1Irng Holy Father's summer resi- of the a i d plan's principal. tack. There are legislators who the observers came to the coun.ci1 to and missionaries for

# ciai dence is? proposals! ? oppose federal aid to educationas expectin to hear a free and the Gospel as well s guardians CO_ "'...Yh. .___eitry__ __ YrldiyAJJWd _
:. A. Castelgandolfo Is the Not only Is this such. ---- ---- of doctrine. r& % L "1l1ULI i- FRESS Ina.
: ". question debate on the i.() Holt usa O.lrdeaJUi
\ Holy Father's summer resi- unanswered, but the strategy Moreover, the education pro- council topics. The observers, They were anxious to seek IJZ Kait Colonial Iirlr*. Orlanda

\ dence. It is just outside of behind the new program highlights gram came to congress hard on however, were surprised by ways of speaking familiarlyand f.to Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada.

IT 1ATits z J4i'34' 71.. Rome.Q. it in a striking way. the heels of the President's certain limits and rules Jhat intelligibly to separated 85.eo. ller year other countries

I .. What is the difference The proposed bill was called budget estimates, his economic had been placed on the agendaand brethren, ready to find new The Florida Catholic I I. a member
"selective" and "stimulative"in report and his tax proposals. procedure, he writes. For points of contact with them of the Catholic Pr .. Atsnciatlon

."- between? a Nun and a Sister its approach, to head off the Al! of these Involve serious instance, any change in the through Scripture and the Fathers Conference and the National News Catholic Service. Welfare Dottier

'- charge of "scattershot" aid, andit legislative problems includingthe agenda or procedure had t 0ha'"e of the Church. They and Martin. publishers* representa.

A. Frankly I think that these was said to "pinpoint" crucial cost to the nation. the approval of the Pope. came close to being "unofficial the.May 1.tnrrrrd.II U ,. at eccwl Orlando clu.} mall

two words are used so Interchangeably problems of education in Congressmen are noting that These rules vesting final decisions consultants." urd.r the Act of March: 3. II J..r'Ja Jj.

ai, that they can be the U.S. the cost of the new educationalaid in the Pope seemed In contrast to the "closed

,f" litffPS ,, 'AJl'/2 used as synonyms. It is now asked why one out program Is vague beyondthe "strange" to the Protestants,
:j' '. rJ! fEBI<" However, strictly speaking, a of every seven school children next fiscal year. Presumably according to Dr. Nichols. and complacent st'ctarianism"he Father Vlneent ;
E Smith
'...1I..* -- ,:> IS",.AriClfttT FtST JW. Nun is one belonging to an institute in the country is discriminated no one wants to hazarda 'The spectacle of this kind had expected to find, Dr. Executive Editor
PA'T'TO TMC VKTStttmnoH OF
So SUCCESSFUL fREACWt R. OUR LORD W THE TCMPUT. /rifoKlrV whose members take against in such an important guess at the cost. of ecclesiastical discipline was Nichols found sincere andopf'n Editors: MU Jane Quinn
.; rr/t& ll. VTD 7D HAVE'TAKE" ITS solemn vows, and a Sister Is matter? Just from Jlark .%. IlellMlKJo
WAS STBBVMRDlrtC I OF SIENATHAT the.ie''polnt of to the Protestant observer amore ecumenism.Dr. .
... NAME CAfty fff wr liT! cfNTuxy
:' I OH OUr OCCASION $4t lSAUDICMCC krWDif fcttS fhfTD At TNfOCCaSJOfi one belonging to an institutein It is not being stressed now, political strategy, the program striking phenomenonthan Nichols cautions his eih A. Manager KoolerAdtcrtMng
'' IS SAID 70
,""C- : NUMBERED 3O.OOO PTOPLT AA'IE'F.
taken. children In non-public schools to them. Friday, 8 1963
February
encourage h e adds. I the significance of the ,

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ask for Catholic charity By a Staff Writer _

: ...r',' Charities Bureau, Inc., is the diocesan agency for Christian charity in our
It conducts three Morning Star ;' \ CATHOLIC. the past year in fact in the past four months, this Bureau has

Schools for handicapped .. .Y 'i t .a doubled the number of its branches or regional office headquarters. Last year there
;
: were three; this year there are six Catholic Charities Bureaus in the Diocese.

It cares for homeless children in : : Miss Kathleen Reilly is 4 '...2'atCi '
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foster homes and two executive secretary of the Jacksonville ;
office. It is located at ::
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It assists unwed mothersIt 237 West Forsyth Street. The : ..,
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for the you care to drop a line to : < ,"" ;..;
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in their own homesIt : offer your services as a l "",. '>,<,.1-11; 'f 'i:'...
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conducts two homes and clinics l k 9 vT with one of the Catholic re- f. 'JfJ'- H" ;' (" ) "J
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for the aged t
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/ w :Miss Mary Connell, executive *
,? ; L: secretary, St. Petersburg office .<
:; d 101 Second Avenue a
"j North; telephone 8624309.
3A :Miss Martha Franco, execu-
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,:: ., ;. : y. 'c+ ++ fice Harbor City Boulevard AGED: APPLY FOR HOME IN-DA1'TONi--
One of the first tasks of which :Mrs. Helen T.
YOUR GIFT PROVIDES CLINICS FOR AGED many
Eau Gallie; P. O. Box 992; tele-
.t Somebody's mother has a visit from Dr. Ferdinand Berley in All Saints Home phone, AL 48135. McGarrity will undertake is the applications made for:

r Clinic for the aged in Jacksonville. The physicians attend patients regularly in Mrs. Helen Mc-Garrity, the new :Mater Dei (Mother of God) Home and Clinic

clinics of the Diocese which are part of the homes-for-aged program under executive secretary, Daytona for the aged. The facilities are under construction ands!

Catholic Charities. Your gift on Charities Sunday helps make the aged Beach office Highway AlA, the executive secretary (above) of the new Daytona.
< Ormond Beach; telephone, Daytona Beach Catholic Charities Bureau will process the applications -

Beach, G77-7864. .
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We BEACH-Expansion of Catholic Charities services to this city has been : "S _

since the last Charities' Sunday by two important developments one is
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WEST COAST HOME SERVES couple.'a. now underway of the Mater Dei Home and Clinic for the aged.

it opens in Daytona clinics for the aged envisioned in Riverside, Jacksonville, and r _
One of the
providential buildings
applications for residen by the Dioceve. It is St. Joseph Manor in St. Petersburg :
olic Charities funds is St. Joseph :Manor be channeled through now shaping up and will bean 4

burg, a home and clinic for the aged newly opened Cath important asset to Catholic Sisters of St. Joseph of -St. n 1 .

staff of Miss Marie A. Gillan. St. Bureau. That is Charities before very Augustine supervise both 0 f ,6 Yg a.y
forward taken, long. these providential homes for
St. Joseph supervise the management of step
last year, in this area. For some years now, Catho old people under the directionof
week Miss Gillan visited
Sister
was by : Del in )),,).tona is lic Charities has had under its Monsignor Patrick J. Trainor .,. s---
S.S.J. of the new centers and auspices the All Saints home chairman, and members ofHere's ;
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We're Looking for ._ Miss Mary Connell, executive secretary, is pictured at a staff conference of the
at the homes for
; r DallyIass Petersburg Catholic Charities Bureau; from left, Mrs. Jane Porter, child and fam-
r. the aged is one of the glories ily welfare director; Miss Mary Dixon, case worker; :Miss Catherine De Dcyn officeof

I --Don't you Want to : r h :: Cooperative the program. Effort Noted worker, and Miss Connell.


By a Charities Staff ::1IemberAT


I we the are Catholic constantly Charities looking Bureau for couples office t Diocesan Program Comforts Cuban Refugees

love and a Catholic home to -
be exhausted
our babies. with other before her parents arrived in Tomas came to us \\ell over ed Mix. Garcia and the childien .
period of play. COOPERATION
During the past yearve have Pii! rities offices the United Mates from Cuba a year ago, in time to enter get MUMPnami clothe:
placed numbers of children for lie is just includes helping the Miami and sent for her to join them. his !seniorear in high vcliool.! Mr. Fernandez is a professional : -

adoption with childless couples.In toddle, and \' Catholic Welfare Bureau take She left her foster parents lie graduated last June, got man but limited in hi*

one area 12 boys and girls Mill walk his: / '- S :-i _ care of some of their Cuban with, mixed feelings. She wanted himself a job last summer, work because of his inabilityto
have become brothers and sis- hearts of his refugee children who have to see her parents but she and is now going to college. master the English language.

ters to couples with one or In another come to this country unaccom- disliked leaving her "new fame His Yankee foster parents, Catholic Charities Bureau

more children.The ert, who is panied by their parents. ily. as well as his natural parentsin helped him write letters inquiring -

transformation, of a continuing to In our efforts we have taken Our grey-eyed, blond-haired, Cuba, are very proud of his about job opportunities In
man and woman into the role cared for by care of children ranging in twin boys came to us just before accomplishments. It has not other places. This led to nil
of father and mother is one ents. We will ages from "big" little sixyearold Pan-American Airways been easy for him. The lan- establishing himself and -hfn
that lute and self-saci'if ice some warm- Gloria to high school sen- stopped flying to Cuba. They, guage barrier has been a de family in another community
helps to achicie. for Robert iors. too, are in a boarding home cided handicap, but as his where he has a very fine Job,

In 10G3, we will be lookingfor quent attacks Gloria arrived in tears at the where they have become partof English vocabulary increasesit and is supporting his family
is becoming less and less comfortably, if not as splendidly
foster homes for infants, who may have airport because she was so the family. Except that their
and adoptive homes for children ma. lonely, and standing first on knowledge of English is very of a handicap. as he had in Cuba.

of varied ages, back- In addition 'one foot and then the other limited and is spoken with a Mr. and Mrs. Garcia and their St. Martin's Cloak
grounds and handicaps. she admitted that no one had decided accent they have two young children decided to
Johnny is one boy for whom manent told her there was a restroomon blended so well with their leave Miami where the employ- Notice the appeal on our
the search for permanent par- these children \ the plane. She was too little "Yankee" neighbors that they ment market was glutted, and back page: St. Martin's Cloakis
ents will not be too easy. He working with SAT : to read for herself and the have become part of the family. try their luck in Tampa. They represented on it. This Mar-
with who not able to find employ- tin, of Tours, is most often
Is an attractive youngster, open ST. MARY'S HOME, YOU IIELP older child who accompaniedher They speak to their parentsonce were
blond curls and blue eyes, who their hearts did not understand Eng- a month when their par- ment right away, and soon depicted meeting a beggar with
"Sister said could raid the ice-box because we
will celebrate his first birthdaysoon tion babies, we lish. Both riding in an ents call them. They are look- came to the Catholic Charities whom he divided his cloak.
were
and her today. Your gift on Catholic Charities office for assistance and guid-- Give generously on February
in a foster home. Johnny, care, airplane for the first time. ing forward to some day being
however, has had a health placement for helps to keep this refrigerator full at St. Mary's Gloria stayed sh months in together with their family, but ance.The 17 to Catholic Charities. "You'llbe

problem which causes him to some childless in Jacksonville one of your many charities. one of our boarding homes, they are happy, loved and accepted Bureau helped Mr. better for It-they'll live
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VISUAL AIDS AT MORNING STAR, ORLANDO MAGICIAN BRIGHTENS DAY FOR CHILDRENIt

Sister Kathleen Marie S.sJ. projects on the screen as Mrs. Daniel E. Calnon explains was an eager audience last week at St. :Mary's Home, Jacksonville- (some

to class the pictures that appear. This is a classroom in Morning Star School even left their skates on-when) Greg Carpenter of Orlando volunteered an impromptu -

Orlando. Schools for the physically handicapped like this serve children of the Di- magic show on the lawn of their Arlington home. These children, and many

ocese in Jacksonville and Tampa as well. Catholic Charities helps to make it possibleto more, are helped through the child welfare program under the auspices of Diocesan

provide these specialized schools where therapy goes along with class work. charities. Help them with a large gift on Charities Sunday."S


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I Page .Six_.n_, : The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 8, 1963 i c: 1! Pinellas Park Designer Traces


I New Church Yearbook Lists Many ; SACRED HEART Coats of ArmsNEW

': The women of Sacred Heart
I : YORK (:XC)-William
+parish will sponsor a Valentine F. J. Ryan designs the coats-

Saints Among 261 Popes Named i fashion show* and card of-arms for many of the new

party at Bishop Barry Cafeteria members of the American hier-
,
VATICAN CITY (NC-An analysis of statistics carried in the 1963 Annuario I 6333-9th Avenue North, archy.Mr..

Pontificio. the Church's yearbook, shows that Pope John XXHI is the 260th successor !: St. Petersburg, on Wednesday Ryan only ftC .tlT
VL completed. the heraldic signatures
of St. Peter February 13, at 7.30: p.m.
first Pope to change his name Roman Pontiff since the year America's two new
Jf the 261 Popes listed in the will be awarded. Tickets
on his election to the papacywas Prizes est<< auxiliary Bishops-Bishop
Annuario, 78 are venerated as 1334.The
Ottaviano, who was electedin name John has been i ,, v"Y may be obtained at the door John J. Dougherty an 4
Saints. The first 35 Popes, from .4
St. Peter to.St. Julius I, were 955 and took the name of chosen by the greatest numberof F II I t ($1.25)) or by calling Mrs. L. Bishop Joseph A. Costello
John XII. Popes. It is followed by kJ4 L' of Newark.
venerated as Saints. Pope Lib- r T l Fanning at HE 55661. The
This began a tradition which Gregory taken 16 times Bene- Why do Bishops have coats-
erius, who succeeded St. Juliusin ; .. t ___public is cordially invited.A .
was respected by all Popes in dict 15, Clement 14; Innocent ofanns
352, was not given honorsas
a Saint. But most of his suc- subsequent history with two and Leo 13; Pius 12; and Boni- special Mass for peace and "The simplest reason" Mr.

cessors to the end of the exceptions. Pope Adrian VI face and Stephen, 9. ;, vocations is offered at Sacred Ryan replies, "is that they art
up ((1522.1523)), a Dutchman, and Of the 261 Popes, only 25 of f. ; e rP demanded by the Vatican."
ninth century were also given 'f t Heart Church, every Saturdayat
Pope Marcellus II, an Italian, them are linked with the 21 "Used as a seal." he noted
tlit title of Saint. 8 a.m. and is followed with
chose to keep their own names ecumenical councils in the -,,. "t h e coat-of-arms authenticates -
Fiom'-t'he until
year 1000 recitation of the rosary and I
+
after their election. MarcellusII Church's history. However, the >, ;, f episcopal acts. Every
the only five Blessed
present day Benediction of the Most
Popes have been canonized. was elected Pope on April 9, majority of even these did not ,:: Sacrament. Abbot, Bishop, Archbishop and
1555 and crowned the followingday. take a personal part in the Cardinal In the Church must
They are: Leo IX ((1049-1054));
-
VII Celes- He died on May 1, having councils.For r.ri The mothers of Sacred Heart have one as well as some Vatican
Gregory ((1073.1085; i _
reigned just three weeks. historical School have added officials."
various rea- girls a
tine V ((1294.1296)); Pius V ((1566- ..
X While the tradition of chang- sons, a Pope did not attend an V" Brownie ,Troop and an Inter- The origin of the coat-ofr
1572)) and Pius ((1903-1914))
I Eight other Popes have been ing the name has been respected ecumenical council until the SACRED HEART, TAMPA, SCHOOL VISITED mediate Girl Scout troop to arms Mr. Ryan explained,

beatified, the oldest being Vic- for centuries, there has time of Callistus II, who In 1123 Two faculty members of Boston College in Tampa to gather data for an evaluation their original 5th and 6th "lies in medieval daja.

tor II (1086-1087)) and the most never been any law enacted was present at the First La- of schools in this Diocese, show a group of interested students at Sacred Heart grade Troop. Brownies were "Knights engaged In battle

recent being Innocent XI ((1676- requiring a change and it is teran Council, which was the School in Tampa some views of the Massachusetts campus. Above from left, are Dr. invested January 12 and the wearing heavy armor and visor,

1689). ..;',. possible, that a future Pope ninth ecumenical council. At Catherine Downey, Nancy Arduengo Michael Donohue Carolyn Smith A n n e 11 e Intermediate Troop of fourth had to have some way of distinguishing
might choose to retain his own the earlier councils the Popes grade girls will be Invested friend from foe"
All the:Saints and Blesseds Puglisi Sammy Nuccio, Richard Miller and Miss:Mary Kinnane, dean of women, Boston
who were :Christ's vicars on name. were represented by their College School of Education. during the month of February.A he said. "The Bishops of those
In recent centuries a few
legates. themselves feudal
days were
earth are-venerated under the
thrift shoppe was openedat
.
have. recurred frequently -
names
--- -------- lords whose had t o
bore The CardlnalProtectorVATICAN' : property: ;
name they as pontiff.
due mainly to the desire of Must Know to UnderstandCouncil 7149-66th Street, Pinellas be defended"Even
new Popes wishing to honor History CITY (NO-Paul Park, on Saturday February after the Introductionof

To HolyOffice the memory of the Popes who Cardinal Leger S.S., Archbishop 2, under the sponsorship of the fire arms rendered armor

VATICAN CITY (NC)-Pope raised them to the cardinalate. Cardinal Siri StatesGENOA of Montreal, has been named Srcred Heart Women's guild. useless, he pointed out, an
Cardinal Protector of the Sisters The will be
shop
every
John XXIJI,has named Michael Among the 19 Popes who open Identification mark was still
Cardinal Browne O.P., a mem- reigned between 1691 to 1958, of Mercy of Montreal by Tuesday from noon until 3
(NC-One cannot interpret and understand the Second Vatican Council and from necessary.
ber of the sacred congregationof seven took the name of Pius; Pope John XXIII. The Sisters'motherhouse p.m. every Saturday "It's on official
four Clement three Benedict; without understanding the whole history of the Church from 1870 to 1962, Giuseppe is in Montreal. 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. presence
the Holy Office. ; edicts, he said, "was an Important
Leo and only Cardinal .Ciri......... Amhhishnn... nf
Innocent two
former two UV V.A-
The 75-year-old mas- r Church, having caused her symbol in a day when

ter general of the Dominicans, one Gregory. Genoa has said here. worry and suffering," he said. I' the average person could neither I

,. who was a consultor tot h e Gregory, XVI' (1831-1846) Cardinal Siri's remarks were The developments of science, t read nor write.

Holy Office before being madea and Pope John XXIII both made in an address which he added, "have created new .:YNC ..tlw1 LItf,.__.. To carry on his work, Mr.

Cardinal last March, is also went far back Into historyto opened the academic year of relationships, new complications : Ryan has a library of 500 volumes
i t
I a member of three other select their papal names. the Didascaleion Study Centerof and new problems for $ ti r on heraldry. He also
Roman congregations: the sa)1 Pope Gregory's name had not Genoa.
men which were not known makes use of the New York
) : cred congregations of religious, been used for 208 years beforehe He compared the council before not even by name." k public library which has corns

)1 of rites,4 nd rseminaries and selected It and the name of with a mirror in which were He stressed that the 7000 books on heraldry and an-
John had not been taken by a s fav
universities,. reflected all the principal Church rejoices over scien- other 70,000 on genealogy.
;tr B r a< vatt'
-- events that have taken placein tific progress, but that "It is

S.,. C H 0 0 L S the Church since the First right and necessary that the Patroness HonoredPARIS

," i Vatican Council ((1869.70)). whole of reality be properlyand Q (NCAir) stewardesses -

Among the elements reflected clearly examined in the ?. '1f from 37 countries took

SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY in this "mirror," he said, council. t part In a novena here honoring

SAINT AUGUSTINE FLORIDA were the end 0 f the Pope's Regarding the growth of the Saint Genevieve patroness of

.Btsi ,ent and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12 temporal power, the growth of lay apostolate, Cardinal Sir VALENTINE PARTY TO AID BUILDING FUND Paris and of air stewardesses.
accredited the missions the reminded his audience that "it Maurice i Cardinal Feltln
i Academic and commercial courses Fully condemnations ,
This Women's Guild committee of Sacred Heart parish, Pinellas Park, will be in
Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor of modernism, the rise of is not the role of the layman to Archbishop of Paris, presidedat
charge of the Valentine fashion show and card party to be held at Bishop Barry High
further address Sister Directress
particulars : dictatorships, the developmentof substitute for the sacrament of the highlight of the novena
science, the growth of the Orders and the charism of the School cafeteria February 13 in St. Petersburg; from the left, seated Mrs. John -the moving of the Saint's

lay apostolate and the liturgical teaching power of those to Negly :Mrs. Joseph McGuirk Mrs. Paul Pinard, Mrs. Thomas Jordan Mrs. Charles relics from the church of St.

ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES movement. whom Christ entrusted them, Newak and Mrs. Edward Wanet; back row, :Mrs. Orval Carter and Mrs. David Fan- Etienne-du-Mont to Notre Dame

i The temporal power of the but it is rather to participateto ning. cathedral.
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and generalcourses was a necessity a greater extent in the joys
accre dit.de Program includes: college preparatory
I music,'art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy many centuries, the Cardinal and labors as well as the sorrows "-,!
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weigh upon the Church." by the council on the

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Res| lcnt# _,and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful
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ROSARIAN ACDEIYEST PALM BEACH Church completely out of the tory of the Church, the council Delicious Superb Bertie Charcoalnrolled Chicken

Western orbit" and made it placed in relief before the O 8tr.k. LEE RKIMAN, rid**
catholic in fact as well as by whole world the value, the necessity bcrvlnr luncheon mod RED SEAL. Ui.
ACADEMY dinner
SAINT JOSEPH institution. Identification o f the fruitfulness of its
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Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swim- never will be true." above all the accomplishments or Shrimp

ming pool; Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art "To say that modernism Is of the first session of the Succulent Scallops

dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint dead" Cardinal Siri went on, council there was the fact, according 0 Luscious Lobsters

Joseph For further information apply to: Sister Directress, "is not to say that some of its to the Cardinal, that

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Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters be underestimated nor all times." OYSTER-CLAM BAR

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twelve) Academic and commercial courses and private "Action Francaise, the con- "the Man of a Thousand Songs" f
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which at-
demned movement
classes in-the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with II:00 A.M..2:00 A.M. Business Luncheons Dinn rsValentine's
tempted to exclude the Church John Choi of Pusan gave the After Church
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Home for the Aged, the first ': I

Parents Urged to Match GenerosityOf such Catholic tltutlot In the

diocese, will be blessed by _

Bishop John L. Morkovsky of
Youth In Priestly CallingsLOS Amarillo on February 17.

The home, with a capacityfor
ANGELES (NC-An attorney has asserted here that young people respond 50 persons, is located at

o religious vocations with an astonishing generosity which should be matched by parents. Panhandle, Texas a short dis-

John Ford told 1500 men at tance east of htre.
R Y Priests. But we must do more." from the life without penalty.
the Holy Name Union's 27th The home's, director will be
He called on Holy Name He is tested repeatedly during
aumal breakfast in the Bilt-
men particularly to seek out, those 12 years to ascertain if Monsignor John Steinlage whois
.}''r s more Bowl: "It is our job to also director of children'shome
encourage and pray for vocations has the courage the stamina, a
help our children find their among their own sons. the will the knowledge and on the same plot. The
= ___ true vocation and, if that voca-
home's administrator will
----i He cited some familiar parental ability for it. new
# ? tion be the Priesthood to
as-
; objections against per- Another parental objection be William Jacobs, a lay missioner -
'
de sist them along the way by mitting a boy to enter the Mr. Ford continued, Is that a from Detroit, who is assisted -

rK encouragement", prayer and seminary. Some parents, he lyy knows nothing about the by his wife a registerednurse.

z good example. sdd, claim that a boy knows world and should learn some- .
6 1 Before the breakfast the men
little of the Priesthood and thing about it before turninghis
assisted at Mass offered by Convention Date Set
should be allowed to mature. back on it.
James Francis Cardinal Mc-
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"Where else can he learn of ""'hy?," he asked. SCOTTSDALE (XC) -The
Intyre, Archbishop of Los An-
this but in the seminary?" The world does seek to attract board of directors of the Na-
geles,_ in St. Vibiana's Cathe-
_
Ford asked. "The young man capture and form a boy's tional Catholic Cemetery Con
: dral, and received Holy Com
nu a munion. who chooses the Priesthoodhas mind. "Why give the world ference met here to make final

tf ar1 12 years of intimate daily first chance?" he asked. "'''hy arrangements for the confer
Cardinal McIntyre in his
r t! contact with priestly life be- can he not within the walls of ence's convention at this Arizona
sermon recounted the conver-
J' y fore he takes on this lifetime the seminary try first the city October 1517. Father
sion of St. Paul, the happeningthat
e ( obligation. During anyone of pleasures of loving and serving Robert Allen of Detroit is

changed him from persecutor these years he can step aside God in the religious life?" president of the board.

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TAMPA CATHOLIC CHARITIES BOARD SERVES AGENCYMiss said the Cardinal, is a hearten- ,' '''' $ ...'. ...

Martha Franco, execu Franco, board's treasurer; Father Members of the board not ing example to Holy Name men > #'" ... .....
five of board's director when the board St. PetersburgBLESSED who should form a resistanceto ..
secretary Tampa's Higgins, present met on .;:;.:;

Catholic Charities Bureau, can and Priest-member from St. January 31 were Mrs. Rosalind TRINITY current irreligious tenden .J' ,- I! "" ..... >"

c r.ll on these members (and Lawrence parish, Tampa ; Allen, St. Peter; Louis Benito, Blessed Trinity parish will cies."We u

several other members not at Frank Perez, of Christ the Sacred Heart; Joseph Cappo- start its Forty Hours Devotions observe," the Cardinalsaid f

the meeting when the picturewas King parish, president of lino, Corpus Christi; Theo on Sunday, February 10, "in the expressed opinions .

taken) when the agency Tampa's board; Mrs. L. W. Chive, St. Lawrence; Dr. Louis following the 11 o'clock :Mass. of some educators and

needs assistance from its Hall, also of Christ the King, Cimino, Perpetual Help; Mrs.R. Holy hours will be conducted, scientists a tendency to attribute t -

board of directors. secretary of the board. M. Clewis, Sacred Heart; Dr. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday to the ingenuity of scien-

Father Laurence Higgins, Standing, middle row, Xavier John Hewitt, St. Peter; Mrs. evenings at 7:30: o'clock with tific research the power of n 4 w 0'I
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director of the Tampa board, Canella, Our Lady of Perpetual George Jenkins and :Matt O'- sermons preached by Father creation. rf -' F

'b a member as well of the Help parish;' Father 'John Brien, Sacred Heart; Charles George J. Marenco O.S.J. "Creation came not from

diocesan Board of Catholic Stevens C.SS.R., St. Joseph Talley, St. Patrick; Dr. George Closing of the devotions will science, but from God. Science t I

,Charities. parish; Mrs. C. C. Vega Jr., Mrs. Wiehle, Corpus Christi; and take place on Tuesday at 7:30 Is a creation of God. ,Et f F tv ,

The forthcoming annual appeal -Arthur Gibbons, Sacred Heart Parke Wright, Christ the King. p.m. Morning Masses on Monday Life is not a creation of science t F ,.tt

for Catholic Charities was parish; Charles Hensel, Most and Tuesday will be at ," he said.

the concern of the board members Holy Redeemer parish. 7:30: o'clock. 'The erroneous philosophyof \\J tJ.t

at their meeting in the Hark' row, Charles Canniff, 8th GradersInvited ST. ANN CDA deifying science abandonsthe 'IT .

Tampa regional office last Epiphany parish; Sam I>a. Catholic Daughters of Amer- first cause of all life and uc .

week. timer Jr., Tampa board's vicepresident ica, Court St. Ann will sponsori nullifies the greatest power

Present were, from the left, and Henri Guertin, To n St. Petersburg a n annual that has ever influenced the r'J S %' 4t

Consignor John F. Scully, St. Christ the King; Frank Cal. Valentine dessert card party, mind of man, Divine Sanction. 0 t
.
Patrick parish, Tampa; Miss lahan, St. Lawrence; and Take TestsJACKSOX'II Saturday, February 16 from 1 This tendency is infiltratinginto r.

Harold Davis, Christ the to 4 p.m. at the Huntington public education," the Car ... r ...__.___.,_........11M7..11 W+a.1.._ o". ,w....". -_
King. IJ.; Father Hotel on Fourth Avenue and dinal said. TAMPA CHARITIES WORK A JOY TO THEM

Education UrgedFor The Tampa board also claims Mortimer Danaher has releasedthe Second Street North. Men of the Holy Name Society well for the associated with Catholic Charitiesin
I schedule for High School It's a joy as as a job personnel
the membership of Father Proceeds are for a scholar are an example of resist
entrance examinations in the Tampa to provide professionally good work to those who need our charity. In the
Adult Levels Mark McLoughlin, Christ the ship fund to train a religiousto ance to this philosophy and
office above clerical workers and staff, from left, Miss Josephina Salas, Miss
schools under the office of the are
Mc- retarded children. The
King; Father Anthony teach should} help amplify the objective -
DUniJ.V (XCIt is time to diocesan Department of Educa- Ruth Dupui, Miss Martha Franco who is the executive secretary of the agency and
Gowan, Most Holy Redeemer; donation will be $1.50, sponsors of the Vatican council-to
get "rid of the oldfashionedidea tion. social worker Miss Patricia Neus.
Father Philip Bardeck C.SS.R., state. restore to the minds of all men, trained ,

that education should end Epiphany; Father James M. Children will b e tested 0 n irrespective of race, color or

at 14 16 or 25 years of age," Buckley SJ., Sacred Heart; the last Saturday in Februaryand JacksonvilleBOY creed, a renewal of acknowl- Hospital Patients AnxiousFor ENJOY AUTOMATIC
according to Father E. J. Kent
Father Paul Couming, Blessed the first two Saturdays in SCOUTS edgement, reverence and obedience -
)
1 S.J., prefect of studies of the Sacrament; Father John P. March. Subject areas for the Father Maher Council, to God the Creator, the News of Red PrisonersSAIGON "KeepFilled"DELIVERY
Catholic Workers' College here.
,La\vJer, .Corpus!,Chr)stl; .Father tests include.. mathematics! rea-,Knights of Columbus, spon- prelate declared.
Father Kent said in his'annual Thomas Kelly C.SS.R., Our soning and fundamentals read sored the 27th annual observ- "This objective," the Cardinal (NC-The 250 leper patients at St. Joseph Phone:
that "this is
report Lady of Perpetual Help; Father ing, English grammar and ance of Scout Sunday in Jacksonville asserted, "is the only means Leper Hospital in Ben San were anxiously waiting for news St. Pete 898-1111
in the
particularly so
more
modern world when the fieldsof Timothy Holland SSJ., St. usage, spelling and vocabulary. on February 3. that will assure peace to the of three of their Sisters of Charity who were taken Cfearwafer-446-8314

man's knowledge are expanding Peter Claver; and Father John Eighth grade Catholic children Some 325 Boy Scouts from world. We are exhorted to Join prisoners along with a Priest and a staff nurse by Viet
Cavanaugh C.SS.R., Most Holy in public schools will nine Catholic troops of greater with the faithful of the world
when the adult working Cong communist guerrillas 774'OLDEST
Name. be invited to take the examinations Jacksonville participated i n and our separated brethren in military guard which communists -
population finds itself with January 23.
along with thosein the Missa Recitata offered in beseeching the Holy Spirit to attacked last October,
more leisure, and when, All the captives are Vietnamese and LARGESTIN
i Honored in Algeria Catholic scho() s. Christ the King Church, Arlington. accomplish this purpose killing five and damaging the

through the development; of ALGIERS (XC) John T. Following are the locations There were 75 Knightsand through the ecumenical coun- except for 53-year-old Sister hospital. PINELLAS
mass media of communication, Rose Gaillard who is French.
Crowley, Catholic Relief Serv- where tests will be given by adult leaders of scouts, including cil."
adults to the The remaining members of
are more
open ices-National Catholic Welfare the University of Dayton, said scout executives also Mr. Ford in his address cited
acceptance of ideas and ideals the Ben San community, five Madeira Beach Bank
Conference director for Algeria, Father Danaher present. some statistics for the Holy
j of questionable value and Sisters of Charity, all Vietnam.
has been awarded the medal of Awards were given at a Nt me men. There are 1,500,000 MADEIRA BEACHFederal
truth." Saturday, February 23: Clear- the hospital
doubtful keeping
ese, are
merit of the archdiocese of Algiers breakfast in the parish hall at Catholics in the Los Angeles Member
water Central Catholic High The hospital is about
by Archbishop Leon which Father W. Thomas Lar- archdiocese, he said. Last year going. Deposit Insurance Corp. -
School, Bishop Barry High 28 miles from here.
Duval. kin welcomed the scouts. A. V. 13 Priests were ordained here Phone 391-9911 I Open Sat. 9-12 "' .
PETERSBURG in St. Tam
ST. School Petersburg Thereas no cord of the
{I The first American to have Fortunato was the toastmasterof and eight Priests died. He said
Catholic High School and fate for
a
pa prisoners>> except
received this award, he was the program for which RonF. the proportion of people to
Santa Fe High School in Lake- statement reportedlymade I
cited by the Archbishop for Turco was chairman and Priests in the archdiocese was vague
"his service to the Church ofAlgeria" land. Clyde King, Jack Graham and nearly twice the national rate. hy a communist' guerrilla SEE US FOR THE BEST!
Saturday, March 2: Father that the Sisters are safe. AUTO O HOMEOWNERS HOSPITALIZATIONLIFE
in a recent ceremonyhere. Joe Russell, co-chairmen. "We are asking our Prieststo
Lopez High School in Daytona Horace S. Williamson, chief do nearly twice the work The captured Priest is Father 9 COMMERCIAL BUSINESS INSURANCE
and Melbourne Central Huong Tien, aged
Beach Joseph
FLORIST-GREENHOUSES scout executive, North Florida that Priests in other parts of %

UOG Lak\Uw Av.. So. HEINZENjffl Catholic High School. Council___n___. was the .principal. the country are called upon to 33, who was taking the placeof TYRONE '
WE WIRE "LOWEUS Saturday, March 9: Cardinal the regular hospital chaplainwho ,'? '
867-2136 speaker. St. Matthew's parish- do, the attorney said. "Thank SHOPPING CENTER

St. Prtercburr Mooney High School in Sara- ioner John Deihl silver God that our young men are was absent on retreat. 9th Av*. No. &. 58fk Street

s sota, Bishop Moore High Schoolin beaver membervicepresidentof beginning to swell the ranksof Sister Rose Gaillard has 342.8551

SERVICE 11 Orlando St. Joseph Academyin the NFC was introduced. seminarians and will begin spent more than 20 years work- 1\ ,.r.>. ill i..4 tto.4t wild a..
in Vietnam. The other two
I1KLI\KK\ St. Augustine and Bishop Clyde King, member 0 f soon to swell the ranks of our ing
FREE riCKVP
Sisters are Vietnamese, Sister ..:: AL. TATS (:eoetlr,
in Jack.
High School w ii
\ bo. 20
SUb M. IMh n. Kenny Troop 31 for over years,
rhone In-eus sonville. was given a K of C trophy for Marie Etienne and Sister Ma- INSURANCE COMPANIES
f\1\\ sell GREEN 8TAJIF8th
Order thilde. The three are Daughters -
MtL 18tb Avr. So. his years of service, especiallyin
STRENGTHENAMERICA of Charity of St. Vincentde
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rhooo 99 -41SS
Council Member regard to this annual Communion Paul.

OTodayl breakfast.
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WASHINGTON (NO -Father All were traveling by truckto
who received trophiesas
r Edouard C. Craig Leo Volker W.F., superior Scouts outstanding members from Saigon to buy supplies for Fresh Seafood

BOWEN'SStandard Contractor and Distributorfor general of the White each troop represented were lepers for the 'Tet" the Viet-

Fathers of Africa, has been namese lunar New Year fes
Lewis John Currington,
Gary ,
Oil Products named a Father of the Second tival. A mile and a quarter OYSTER SHRIMP
Vikon Metal, Ceramic Richard Hendron Phillip Lo- -
7-2450 Vatican Council, the society'sAmerican jfrF from the hospital the truck was
sonsky, Dona Lee Christian,
and Mosaic Tiles provincialate here held by about 30 communist CRAB
WE HONOR STANDARDOIL Danial J. Lhotka,John R. Montgomery up MEAT LOBSTER
CREDIT CARDS 9l7.49lh St. So. 347-4101 announced.The James Heekin and guerrillas who made all dis r

letter of appointment, David Kelemen.! 4a mount. The driver and three Marine fishes are especial' MEAT SCOLLOPS _

the Vatican secreta- leper patients who had been
issued by ly rich of iodine
DANIEL r. WINTER & co. riat of state recently stated EnglewoodST. aboard the vehicle were al- sources i STONE CRAB CLAWS

that Father Volker would par lowed to go. required for the proper :
RAPHAEL The Priest, Sisters and staff I TROUT MACKEREL
in the second sessionof -
HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS ticipate the council which convenes Holy Name and Altar Societies nurse were marched off into functioning of the thyroid9land j

403 FLORIDA THEATRE nI.OG. ST. PETERSBURG September 8. have combined efforts to the forest. containing 50 to ;, RED SNAPPER SEA
the forthcoming parish
TELEPHONE 862-0381 prepare The Ben San hospital was I
Pope John XXIII last October bazaar, February 15 and 16, raided in March of 1061 by 200 times as much of this j: BASS KING FISH _

"",JJJT0;-:. _-__-'--__ .---.T.T ---"_. named the generals of with a Valentine theme. Satur- communists who pillaged its f
men's Religious congregationswith will be barbe- essential element as any ,
day's highlight
medical supplier.After i POMPANO BLUE
For Your Real Estate simple vows to the council cued chicken dinner. Head chefis this it was given a other food. Oysters, :

Needs Call membership. Francis Matherne. Chairmenfor FISH FROG LEGS -
And Insurance Shrimp and Crab Meat
the men are Albert Buonanno St. Anthony's Hospital '

LaVoie Realty & Insurance Women's Jr. and chairmen Roger are Mashke.Mrs. St.M JIb retrrtbnrrUd street contain the minerals which TURTLE STEAK FLA.

(: i 4154 Central Avenue Phone 896-4133 Edward Hanson and Mrs. An- r*U."bI.. wen F.q.lppedConducted help build up the hemo I AND MAINE LOBSTER _

,
: I .... .- ---.--- .-.:. thony Kroupa.volunteers have 8Ut r. .f St. I'ra..I.by globin content of the i
Handicraft Approved by.rteea DANISH AFRICAN AND
doubled their efforts to supply -,.. CIlei .t 5rrte... blood and prevent or rem

) FIAT I "THE QUALITY ECONOMY CAR" quantities of pillowcases ap- edy nutr'tional: anemia. AUSTRALIAN LOBSTER
work, chil
... rons, pine-needle
dren's articles, smocked pil- TAILS SALT AND

lows and other items, including Jackson's ShoesLadies'
FORDOR S_ S GOOD 4645 9th Street, North .
jewelry.The PICKLED FISH.

SEDAN TERMS Federal Bureau of Investigation & Men'sClinic
SCOUTWEEK
was the topic of

345-6050 Open Thursday T. Lamar Hazen Jr., attorney, Miller

NOW ONLY$1569 -FULL PRICEIF Evening by AppointmentLorraine's who spoke at the luncheon last Vitality-Weyenberg PINELLAS SEA FOOD
Salon
Beauty 126 members and
the
week for
,
YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ECONOMY LOOK FOR Cushioned Bellairet
294G-49th Street, North guests of the Altar Society of FEB. 7-13
BILL B R'O'W M'''5' 3100 5th AVE. NO. St. Petersburg Venice. The new St. Cecilia 641 Central Ave. 862.1355 1533 3rd St. So. Phone 862-5163 st. Pete, Ffc.cur. .
ST. PETERSBURG Robert L. Dutilly, Prop.
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I Page Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 8, 1963 1.. ax ,= .' ',"."; aw"n'k" :..;t Joe Williams S
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i s Pope Foresees Conversion of East 'a Florida i Gives i Baseball



J Asian Peoples; Sends Gift Candles J: News Spotlight for Stars


iF usual, the baseball season doesn't start until ApriLSo
l VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) John XXIH has said that the "great peoples of Central Y. AS it seems entirely reasonable to assume that thisis

I Asia! and the Far_East" will one day be called on to admit "the light of the Gospel"and at least one business a midwinter news

will open a "new history but of all the world. We four churches which are most blackout couldn't possibly affect. Such an

j of all the world." tell you of it as with the intimately connected with the ; assumption would be erroneous. Both the i
i "We tell of it with the .
you as hidden voice of the spirit.' four recently canonized SaintsSt. ,." ". Yankees and Mets are suffering from the
hidden voice the "
of he
t spirit ,
,
The Pope destined some of Peter Julian Eymard, St. New York strike. Season ticket sales have

I added. the candles he received at the Anthony Mary Pucci, St. Fran- r.J; :' been hit and weekly press conferences dis
i John .
Pope was speaking at
Vatican ceremony to be sent cis Mary Croese of Camporossoand ,.
Candlemas ,. continued. Though largely contrived, conr"
a Day :i trot -
ceremony "
behind the Iron Curtain to St. Vincent Pallotti because '
during which representatives ferences are productive but what goodis
burn during, the celebration of "it is good that the Pope "j -( _
of Rome's church : without outlet? :
organizations publicity Manifestly
the 11th an ,
1 centenary of the arrival -who has set these lights in the .
observed an ancient tradition w the situation called for The
ingenuity.
i of Saint Cyril and Saint firmament of the Church,
as each paid the tribute of an should* I l club owners would take the immediate
I Methodius, apostles to the cbntinue to indicate i .. ..
) .
t ornate candle to the Pope in Slavs. their example to the Christian '"tr' ..er ., i vacuum in stride and plan for the future. Why, for

1 a ceremony in the Vatican Outlining his motives for people." V s : t' example, would Mickey :Mantle, in New York for the baseball

I Palace. sending the ornamented can A candle was sent to thechildren's 10 '<"' --, :: Itti.- ,..----r.. j.. 4" writers dinner, decide to wait until he gets to Florida
The Pope told those at the ;. -.)!; _.
dles various places, the Pope hospital of Bambino | next month to sign his '63
how he going to
ceremony was said that some of them will go Gesu in Rome "as a .. ,::;: ."f" contract? and said I was 100 percent
distribute the candles he re- ICHARITIES
ceived. He had earlier an- "to the cathedral churches of sign of the lore we have for His explanation, delivered okay.
those nations of central Europe all the sick who suffer in --- --- dead-pan, that there Here Mantle grinned wryly
were a
nounced that he was sending WORKER SPEAKS IN MAITLAND
which are preparing, in the houses of pain in all the of he "That's what he said be-
has to
i "couple things"
some of them to Iron Curtain Thomas Aglio, executive secretary of the Orlando Catholic Charities Bureau, has
manner allowed by the circum- world" get "straightened out" could fore the World Series, too. And
countries. stances, To celebrate the historic The cathedral churches of been a popular speaker in the area since his office opened on 132 East Colonial Drive just as readily be taken care in fact, I never felt better. YetI

Speaking in phrases that passage among them of the dioceses of those nations last October. Recently he addressed the Maitland organization of St. :Mary :Magdalen of here and now except was never worse. It wasn't
John
said sound of prophecy, Pope Sts. Cyril and Methodius." where the hierarchy has been parish Altar Society when officers were installed, from the left, Miss Loretta Schei- that Yankee fans would not be bad enough that I hit only ..107.I .

"The: great peoples of Central H e mentioned specificallytheir set up during his reign will bel, :Mrs. W. R. Nann Horn, :Mrs. William Bach, president; Mrs. Thad Kurek and Mrs. able to read about the action. had to get picked off first

Asia and of the Far East, evangelization of Moravia each receive candles, the Pope Elizabeth Cooledge. Actually, Mantle has already base, besides."

whose lights of civilization and called them "those evang- said, "as a sign of that love Maitland agreed to terms. To an intimate The writers recent dinner

preserve undoubted traces of elists who exercised a beneficent -which the Mother Church, the Coming Events he Confided the figure is was a tribute to base running.It .
influence in religion and See of Peter, has for its younger ST. MARY MAGDALEN "over $90,000."
the primitive divine revelation, was a cheer for the Dodg-
culture. sisters." Patrons invited to attend
will one day be called by Providence are This column lists future benefit, pedal meeting and event of more Management's reason in g: ers' Maury Wills, who stole an
Candles will also go, the The Pope added that he the dessert card party to be than local Interest. Advance notice of regular meeting will be! omitted. why break the story now when
to allow to penetrate the unprecedented 104, and, retro-
Pope said, to ambassadors and turned his thoughts also "to given February 8 at 8 p.m. at Dessert card party, February Rummage sale, February nothing can be lost by with- .
light of the Gospel which once actively, to old timer :Max
ministers who have recently those vast regions in which the St. :Mary :Magdalen school. Donation 8, St. Mary Magdalen 16-17, Frenchtown; Women's holding it until happy head.
burned on the shores of Galilee. Carey, 10 times the NationalLeague's
been accredited to the Holy new sentinels 0 f the native is one dollar. School, Mnitland; St. Mary Guild, Rle&sed Sacrament lines are here again?
"It will open the book of leading burglar, with
See and with the candles will clergy are at work, and to Mrs. Harold Volkerson, a Magdalen Altar Society. Church, Tallahassee. Mantle is cooperating in in-
the new history, not of a 738 thefts all told, both records.
go "wishes for prosperity and those nations which still await member of :Morning Star School Valentine card party, Saturday Swiss steak dinner, February vesting a fait accompli with
people or a of nations,
group concord which We transmit the generous heralds 0 f the Auxiliary, will address the February 9, 1 pan., St. 17, noon Community bogus suspense. The exact By common consent, theYankees'

with equal affection to all people GospeL" It was here that he February 12 Woman's Guild :Man's hall SU Petersburg; Hall, Masarjktoun, St. Mary terms offer the only speculative Whitcy Ford, Braves'Warren

Jailed for Pictures ." mentioned the peoples of Cen- meeting at Altamonte Springs Woman's Club.Valentine Altar Society, sponsor.All area. Whatever he askedI Spahn and Giants'Billy

BERLIN (NCA tribunalin Four candles went to the tral Asia and of the Far East. Community Center. card party, Feb- for he got. It could have been Pierce are the game'smost

Kosice in Slovakia has sentenced ,. .: ruary 9, 8 p.m., St. Joseph t.'11't/m'ff ttfI't, I 100000. effective pick-off artists.
All three
left-handers.
a resident of that city hall, St. Petersburg;; Guild Parishes, February 17 Anyway, he's probably now Lefties have are a physical advan

{ to three years in jail for pro- sponsor. the game's highestsalariedplaj
during and selling pictures 9r'r Dessert card party, February Forty Hours Devotion, tage over righties, in that theydon't

showing! biblical scenes, according 9, 1 p.m., 4000-44h and Holy Cross Church, Palmetto, At 31, coming up to his 13th have to wheel to throw.
43 Streets North, St. Petersburg February 1719. Mantle had been picked off
to reports reaching season, his main concern, one
Transfiguration Guild. Family fun dinner, February by the Giants' Jack Sanford, a
Berlin. The convicted person, I : ; that has become habitual, is
Valentine Dance, February 17, Bishop Moore High in right-hander "Put him at
Josef Brann,,allegedly suppliedthe how long can he stay one
pictures to Catholic Priests. r .' 9, 9 p.m., ItalianAmericanClub : School, Orlando; St. Margaret piece. Last season he missed the top of,the list," urged Man-

St. Petersburg; Holy Mary Women's Guild, spon 30 games, most since he becamea tle, who is rarely picked off.

: Family Women's Guild. sor. regular, and still wound up "If you can make him the best,

LOUIS W. PETERSON Forty Hours Devotion, Card part, fashion show, with 30 HR's, 80 RBI's and a I won't look so bad."

Agent for Blessed Trinity Church, St.Petl'rsburg Christ the King benefit Jack. .321 batting average.

l Berllnier Broi. Inc. February 1012. somille, Southside Women's lot of FRANK A. DELUCA
:!\a k-lIlIu Candle Co. Inc. \ "I've been playing a
P.O. 4103 Carrollton Station Men's mission starts February Club, February 19. golf," he said. "My legs are ALTERATIONS: ADDITIONS

harramrntal' AVlne Agency < 10, St. Charles Church, Chicken pilau supper. February sound and free of pain. Dr. KKI'AIK* HIKE ESTIMATES
New Orleans, Loul.laoa ...... Orlando. 20, ;).8 p.m., St. Ambrose Yankee licensed ft Bonded Builder
PURE ALTAR WINES Sidney Gaynor, specialist -
.t Dessert: card party, February parish hall, Moccasin examined me yesterdayHam PHONE GA 2-1593

12, 1 p.m., St. Ann Social Branch, Eikton. IO!!! Lk. weldona IJ.-Otlaad.

Hall, Den..r)'. Card party, Wednesday, and roast beef dinner

Herman J. Heidrich Card party, February 13, 8 February 20, 8 p.m., University St. Brendan hall, Ormond

& Sons .p.m., social hall, Holy Same Club, Park AicnueXorth Beach, March 3, 3-7 p.m.; Holy Children'sClothes

Growers and Shipper Church, Gulfpolt.Parish Winter Park; sponsored Same Societ)- sponsor.!

Of Fancy :Fro It and Vegetables party, :February 13, by St. Margaret Mary Southwest Holy Xame Line

DANXEE BRAND PRODUCTS American Legion Hall, Port Woman's Club.Carnival Rally, March 10, St. Raphael

Orange; Epiphany Women's Bishop Barry Church, .En lewood. Finest in ClothingFor
,..
.max Club. High School, St. Petersburg, St. Patrick's Day Barbecue Girls & Boys
DURING SURVEY MADE BY BOSTON COLLEGEDr.
Card party, fashion show, February 22, 23, 24; sponsors, Dinner, Sunday, March 17, 2S03>4 Kdrrwatrr Dr. GA 4-77S8
v v vfI William Cottle, seated, is one of the many members of the Boston College February 13, 7:30 p.m., Bishop parents of students at OO's'chool 12JO1).01.., Good Counsel

School of Education who are undertaking an evaluation of our diocesan school system.In Barry cafeteria, St. Petersburg and at Notre Dame Camp, Inverness Floral

Jacksonville, he was greeted by, from the left, Suzan Burns, Patricia Brennan, :Miss ; benefit of Sacred Heart Academy. City; sponsored by holy WHEN YOU NEED; ; .

f II IIv Therese Hill and Christine Corcoran. :school: Pinellas Park; Guild George. Washington's birthday Xame Society and Catholic Calendars Printing

u vi SIOnSOl. party, February 22, Women's Club, Our Lady of Latlt Plaques
; Tampa Card party, fashion show, First Federal Savings and Postcards Badges
g Fatima Mission, Inverness.St. : Trophies Flags
gi i I If -', NewFilmsReviewed EPIPIIANY February 14, new civic center Loan Building, 8 p.m.; fash- Paul Guild Easter", Mon- I)(>cals Gimmicks
Catholic ions by Gibbs-Louis cards Book Matches Bumper Strips
gI Father John J. O'LearyC.SSR. Lakeland; Wom ; day card party, Jacksonville,
I v v v reeentlr Bad classifiedby from Massa- au's Club, St. Joseph Church. for St. John Vianney parish, April 15. Call Peter Schaal's
Roxbury,
the Legion of Decency.Morally Orlando.
Clermont Club
Largest l'reseriptlonPharmaey Woman's ,
I 1f chusetts, will give the mission Low Sunday Pilgrimage to OHL.XDOU.EHTISIXG
South
In the .
Valentine's Day card part, Mardi Gras dance, Saturday
Unobjectionable
Oldest Mission, Augustine,
I I appreciate your patronageFree opening for adults in Epiphanyof uIlJ.\xr VOS
I FLORIDA IS FULL Delivery FR 4-7691 for General Patronage Our Lord Church on Feb- 8 p.m., February 14; Blessed! February 23, Lakewood }-'IQrMaprll 21. : south Magnolia

{\ OF DANDEE MOMS Huntington Bldg. Miami 10. This mission, reportsthe Sacrament Women's Guild. Country Club, St. Petersburg; Convention, St., Augustine I'bone G.\ 4-7333:, OrUnd
RAVEN, THE Amer.-Intl.( ) ruary Card party, fashion show, sponsored. b)' Blessed Trinity Diocesan Council of Catholic loa same It \\. Produce It
i pastor, Father Philip A.
February 15, sponsorship of )[<<>n'8 Club.
REPTILICUS (Amer.-Intl.) Bardeck C.SS.R., will close on Women, Tampa, April 22-24.
Sacred Heart Guild, Jackson- Mardi Gras dance, Saturday -
SEVEN. SEAS TO C.\I\IS February 17. vole Garden Center. February '23, 7:30 p.m.,

(MGM) Then, from February 17.19, Englewood, February 15- Egyptian Room, Cherry Plaza RUBY'S FABRICS
SOX OF FLUBBEU there will be a mission for the Hotel Orlando MooreHome
16, St. Raphael parish: bazaar ; Bishop FABRICS and PATTERNS
(Buena Vista) teenagers in the parish. ; barbecue chicken dinner and School Associa

Adults are asked to come to evening of February 16. tion. UNIFORM HEADQUARTERSFor
Morally Unobjectionablefor
Adults the devotions each evening at Parish fair, St. Mary Dance, February 23, 9-1 Girls of Bishop Moore High School

7:45: o'clock; the young people Church, Kockledge at Cocoa p.m., K of C hall, St. Petersburg -

WA FATAL DESIRE (Ultra) will attend their mission nightly Armory, 4-10 p.m., February ; St. Raphael Guild. 947 SO. ORANGE AVE.- PH. GA. 5-4429

at 7 o'clock. There will be 16. Third annual Mardi Gras
WINTER LIGHT (S\ved.)
morning Masses and instruc- Benefit dessert: card party, dinner dance, Holiday Inn,

- Separate Classification tions during the mission at 6 February 16, 1-4 p.m., Huntington February 23, benefit of St.

DE"IVSXTOX, The and 8:30 o'clock. Hotel, Petersburg; Patrick's; parish Woman's SENIOR CITIZENSHospital

t sponsors} St. Ann CDA. Club, Gainesville, sponsor.
(Swed.) Named Protonotary Valentine dessert card Card party, benefit St. Expense Policy

RICE GIRLS, THE (ItaL) Teresa parish, February 23,
Provides Excellent BenefitsAt
SAX JUAN (XC) Mon- party, February 16, 1:30 p.m.,
-- A classification Is St. Jude school cafetOl'i urn, 7:30 p.mM Titus\"ilJe's new
$ ( separate .signor Juan de Dios Lopez, Citizens Bank Low Cost
git en to certain film mhlch. while vicar general of the San St. Petersburg. Sponsor, St. Building.
not morally offenklTe In themselves .Juan Jude Guild. Mission, February 24-28, WRITTEN UP TO AGE 100
Grow this miniature archdiocese, has been named a
require caution aDd some Anthony Church, Brooks- Write Call
protonotary apostolic by Pope Indian Rocks Beach, parish or
analytic and explanation a* a protection tille.
Florida orange tree John XXIH, Archbishop JamesP. hall, spaghetti dinner, 5-7 Insurance
t* the uninformed agalastwrong Titu ,ille Women's day of Kuykendall Agency
Davis of San Juan has an p.m., February 16; Holy Name
f Interpretation and false
in home recollection, S 1. Teresa
your conclusion). nounced. Society of St. Jerome Church. 452.6681 P.O. Box 3711, Orlando
Church, March 3, 1-1 p.m.

"'; "' : "" ''' -S.
The Calamondin Orange a genuine, miniature, ; ,

fruit-bearing ornamental citrus tree! Cook-out momstyleCubs

", ,
Imagine! A tiny dwarf-sized orange tree starts

approximately 1 foot giving the fragrance of

orange blossoms to your living room, family room I f,

,or kitchen an ornamental as well as practical I.Ik
addition to your home and a conversation piece ep "..\
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that will fascinate your guests! :

Here's all you do to get this unusual and beautiful plant.
Just send $1.00 plus any one of the following: Two labels
from any Bluebird Citrus Product. The numbered ends from
two cans of Bluebird Citrus Concentrate (must be wrapped arm .
in small carton to prevent postal damage). The tops from
two cartons of Bluebird Chilled Citrus Juice. Moil to BLUE-
__: ..!I.BIRD, DEPT. C, POST OFFICE BOX 2787, ORLANDO (OR- J .4
ANGE COUNTY) FLORIDA. Please clearly k' i. -S.. 1.
print or type "
your name and address. Allow two weeks for delivery. This or Boy Scouts Brownies or Girl Scouts ball teams, clubs or

offer expires December 31, 1963 and is void where restricted ,-
prohibited or taxed by law. I li w_ L} courteous service-the tastiest food at prices that please. -

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BISHOP :MOORE TO BENEFIT FROM MARDI GRAS, FEBRUARY 23

I- ORANGE JUICE Bishop Moore High School, Orlando, will benefit from the Mardi Gras plannedby ,

the Home and School Association. This year's committee looks over pictures takenof J ( 80D.Yllle "'" South Pa*dfna *: Pjnella.*; Park t 8t.. Petersborj

h ..: ml/eQi4d* the past year's event; from the left, seated, Mrs. Glen R. Pierson, Mrs. Joseph McKenna ""'H E.'H: O }1 fyou.: ... ,

.. _. :Mrs. Philips Kerns; back row, William O'Brien, Mrs. Robert Blanks, Mrs. amp( ..-SarawU Winter Havenr Orlando, .- :Lakeland _'
-- George A. Koerner Jr., Mrs. Frank Cilento, William Geary. (See Coming Events!).

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The Florida Catholic: Friday, Feb. 8, 1963 Page Nine

I New Books | Fr. Martinez Dies; "'.; _
''w..jJ.V Brooksville
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This lid of Catholic book released Spanish'Priest In ,
recently was prepared by the Library """ ST. ANTHONY
.( the Cathollo rnUercity .< ; g j t4=
....m.rlt".. Florida Six Years -A1 tI Father Edward Marjlnepu
)' O.S.B. has announced that the
SHEED, FRANCIS J. To 7L kI
MIAMI Solemn Requiem Ij"k I i annual Mission would be .conducted
Know Christ Jesus. (Sheed &
Mass was celebrated at 11 a.m., in St. Anthony Church
Ward. $5.). Biography presented I 3 kIj
:Monday, f n St. Matthew February 24-28. FatherJohn T.
through short
New Testament topics.comments on Church, Hallandale, for Father W7 : L Carrigan D.P.ill "give the

Bernardo Martinez, O.S.B., 53, r i wi ; Mission.
1p '
SHEEN, BISHOP FULTONJ. who died February 2 at Mercy i .I. The daily schedule will consist .

., Science, Psychiatry and Religion. Hospital. A native of Spain $ : r of Masses and brief talksat
(Dell. 50 cents. ). 4 s .
paper he came to the Diocese of St. : 7 am and 12 noon with
Compilation of a series of essays ? "
Augustine in 1955 from St.John's S SSS evening devotions beginningat
taken from the Life Is
Abbey, Collegeville,
7:30: pm. The mission will
Worth Living serIes.TERRELL .
Minnesota.He .
open at all Masses on Sunday

JOHN U., was ordained in 1931. ,' $ Journey into Darkness. (Morrow -Father Martinez is survived by .. S S S.S "S the evening Benediction and

.. $5.00)). Historical accountof one brother, living in Spain. a 4oLf. ....... .: 'N'h ..,........... ... -m.-- .. -,,--,,"'.. ."...., ...,.......-. .....w.,. the apostolic blessing on

eight years of explorationfrom Father Martinez has servedas BOARD ORGANIZED FOR BREVARD COUNTY CATHOLIC CHARITIES BUREAU Thursday, February 23.
1528-1536 In which Cabezade
Vaca explored the southern assistant in St. Francis Laymeriappointed to 'the board of directors for the new Brevard Barry, Father W. Thomas Larkin, Father Peter C. Dolan, Father JohnB. School children are urged to

part of the United States. Xavier Parish Fort Myers; County Catholic Charities Bureau are pictured standing with profes- O'Hare and Father Donal Noonan. Standing, from left, are John R. attend daily Mass as well as

Epiphany parish South Miami; sional social workers of the social agency of the Diocese. Seated are Atkins, L. J. DeMarkis, R. W. Grady, Miss Kathleen Reilly, Judge attend evening services. T h 8-
and Little Flower parish, Hol- is also invited attendthe
ORLANDOPAQUETTE lywood. Priests of the board with diocesan board members, from the left, Father Kenneth T. :Moran Thomas J. Aglio, Charles Price, Louis Michaels, public Mission.St. to

Since October, 1939;:) he has Martin Power, Father T. Leo Danaher, Father Charles W. Spellman, Patrick Blumer and A. J. Knecht. :Missing from the board picture are Mission

been assistant at St. Matthew, Father Terence J. Farrelly, Monsignor Patrick Trainor, Father Joseph members John Hett and Hugh Ashcraft. Anthony's ,
Brooksville will have a special

MOTORS Hallandale.At John C. O'BrienSwindlers event on February 14, feast of
AUThORIZED: IIKAI.KR St. John's Unhersity, CONSULT TillS LIST before
ford Lark L of f St. Valentine, reports Father
Hawk Kniliih Decency
btadcbaker Truck College\, he was a professor eglon going to the theatre. Films Edward Martineau O.S.B.

Cor. Church Used& S.Car Or. Blim. Tr. )'ears.of economics During the for Spanish over 20 R ates New Movies rated Published morally in the objectionable third issue are of Prey on Senior CitizensTHE In the evening from 5 until

GA 31053 tebruary 7. 1963) each month. 8, a spaghetti dinner will be
citil he
war, was a chaplainto
Spanish refugee childrenin Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage United States Senate committee on Aging is now directing its attention to one served gregation.by members Father of Edward the con

the south of England Almost Angels It's Only Money fling a Ding the most baffling problems ever to confront lawmakers and law enforcement of-
Furniture Reupholstered extends "a
Lad, Dog satisfaction-guaran
Burial was in St. John Bap- Best of Enemies a Rhythm ficers-how to protect the gullible against the wiles of the swindler.
You Can Afford Lady and the
At Prices Tramp
Ccming Out Party Road to hong Kong -. .. -. teed or your money back" con-
tist Cemetery in St. John'sAbbey Jumbo The committee is discoveringwhat
Free Estimates Minnesota. Constantine and the Jack the Giant Killer Sergeants 3 glowing pictures of the health. animals to n a m e but a few. tract. The dinner will help Increase
P. T. Barnum
E&S REUPHOLSTERING Cross La Belle Americaine Story of the proclaimed the school building
ful, life-prolonging, carefree The catch is that substantial
2011 Y So.Orange Ave. Bishop Coleman F. Carrollof Dalton Who Longest Day, The Count of many years ago that "one is
fund.
Kill :Monte CristoStowaway existence that awaits the purchases of supplies and work
Cure
GA 5-1717 Miami presided a t the Got Away or born every minute." Barnum pur-
funeral at Hallandale and Damn the Defiant Make Way for Lila In the Sky chaser of a homesite.A kits are involved and the promises The current fund raising
perpetrated a .
Day Mars Invaded :Marco PoloMerrills Swinging Along
gave the absolution. The Mass the Earth Marauders Tarzan Goes to India harmless form few of these home developers to help market the products drive, says Father Edward

Complete Pest Control was celebrated by Father JohnA. Escape from East :Mr. Hobbs Takes a Teenage Millionaire of hoax that at are legitimate, but, as are not worth the paper is proceeding according to plan.

LEWISCOBBEXTERMINATING Skeehan, pastor of St.Matthew's Fh"e'eekl'Berlin :Music Vacation Man Three in Orbit Stooges least entertained I.r I. Senator Barry Goldwater has they are written on. There are all Indications that

CO. Church. in a Balloon rso Man is an Island 300 Spartans the custom protested, many of the adver- It is easy to ask, why don'tthe the $30,000 target will be sur
Follow that Dream Xo Place Like
HomlcIdeTrojan Hor
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tisements homesites in look before
offering elderly they
Incorporated 19461SIO Gay Purree Papa's Delicate We'II Bury You e r sandcost'them
Wilfred Dr.-P.O. Box tl4* Marian CongressFATIMA Gigot Condition Whittle Down very his sun-drenched state of Arizona leap? Said Father Edward: "We
Great Van RobberyHarold Password is Courage the Windonderful
241-S40 mislead- need dollar and It
Orlando Llojds World Phantom Planet \\ World of I little money. are completely An ancient warning of the every -
(XC-The perma- of Comedy Phantom of the Brothers Grimm What the committee .< ing. law I is the doctrine of "caveateniptor" couldn't go for a better purpose
nent committee for interna- Ilatari the Opera You have to Run than a school where our
is look- Some of the land describedas -let the buyer beware
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congresses Invasion of the Reptllicus Young Guns of Texas ing into is the an ideal retirement haven, -and in the days when children will get all the bene-

& Laundry decided a world congress will Star Creatures Raven, The Zotz preying upon he says, is in fact 100 miles or vendor and buyer ('onductpdthrlr fits of an early Catholic educa
be held here in 1967 to mark "
for Adults the elderlv h iinnrinin1od5 ..... more from the nearest settle- transactions! face to lace tion.
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of Our in this
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4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando aged are not lacking today operates
Duck Inn
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Page Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 8, 1963 "-VY .
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ry'im... .._;: :! ;. : Pastoral Aspects Stressed Guide
'.' ..... .. ,.>: ,., : I Mass ]
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:, '
Father John A. O'Brien Ii. "
I ) "
i. r, .. .
:' At Bishops' ConsecrationNEWARK SUNDAY, February

: Priest Says Inquirers Will' Septuageslma Sunda)". (Maas

i."s (NC-Bishop) Walter W. Curtis of Bridge- of Sunday, Creed, Preface of

Appreciate Real Presence port preaching at the consecration here of Bishop John J. Trinity).

j1jt. Dougherty and Bishop Joseph A. Costello as auxiliary MONDAY, February<< 11

you'want to know a simple but effective way of Bishops of Newark has stressed the pastoral aspects of the Our Lady of Lonrdes. (Mass__ _
Do "s.J + ,"' f
sharing your Faith? Bring non-Catholic friend with t.- r ecumenical council. of feat of apparition, .Iurla.
a concerned are not merely those Preface of Blessed Virgin
you to Sunday Mass as oftenas Curtis said the
Bishop Sec-
Stationed at a base in Gava, whom they will help most Mary).
a
possible. India I learned that the only ond Vatican Council "is in a ,directly in the archdiocese of TUESDAY, February 12:

Brief him beforehand on its Easter services were being conducted very special way a council of ;Newark, but those also of every Ser\ite Seven Holy Foundrrs. .

meaning and lend him a missalor by a Catholic Priest at r shepherds or pastors of souls!" j faith and of no faith the world (Mass: of feast, Gloria

a prayerbook so he can fol. the Patna Mission. Despite my i' 't And it was the pastoral task i over," he said. Common Preface).

low the action... and say the antipathy to the Church, I a.z .. of Bishops-in the image of "Every Bishop Is to some WKDXKSDAY: February 13

prayer; s 4.AU ,. went. Christ the Good Shepherd extent a Bishop of the world." (Mass of last Sunday, Common .

English. Indeed ; .;, My attendance at that Mass S which Bishop Curtis empha- Preface).

If you was the turning point in my sized in his sermon. Polish Primate i THUKSDAY, February 14
will make
a life. Archbishop Thomas A. Bo- St. Valentine. (Mass of a

practice of In his sermon the Priest said ,j land of Newark performed the Denies Granting Martyr not a Bishop, Gloria

bringing non- that God is present in the Holy consecration in Sacred Heart Common Preface; or *" .cc of

Catholicfriends Eucharist, ever ready to listento cathedral here recently. Co-con- Press Interview last Sunday, 2nd i Ir ,,er of

to Mass us, to help us and to nourishus secrators were Bishop JamesA. St. Valentine, Common Preface

..or other serve with His divine life. I found McNulty of Paterson and NEW YORK (XC)The In- ).

ices, you will myself asking, "What have I :' .d / auxiliary Bishop MartinV.. ter-Catholic Press agency, FRIDAY, February 15Stf.

with God's been missing?" I waited till all ..Y.. 'I': ".il' > Stanton of Newark. which specializes in religiousand Faustinas and Jovlta.

help average several convertsa had left and finally got up Bishop I Dougherty Is president I- cultural news concerning (Mass of Martyrs, Gloria
year. The result of attendinga Poland has received a cablegram Common Preface orIa'is of
enough courage to approachthe of Seton Hall University ;
single Mass is illustrated in 4sr from the Warsaw arch.
; ofda"s
Priest. while Bishop Costello last Sunday, 2nd prayer
the conversion of Joseph "Sir," I said, "I'm interestedin u Is rice chancellor of the 'diocesan chancery denying that Martyrs, Common Preface <<
Crosthwait of Mexico City. the Stefan Cardinal Wyszyn .
reading about Catholic Newark archdiocese. )
.Now an assistant at St. Mary's Church 'granted an interview to an SATURDAY
only reading aboutit. Bishop Curtis in his sermon February

Cathedral, Galveston, Father ." Father said, "I'll give you emphasized three aspects ofChrist's American publication.The (Mass of Blessed Virgin

Crosthwait has helped to lead all you want." 39I teaching about a good Inter-Catholic agency, Mary for Saturday Gloria

approximately 100 truth seekers "He collected some literature t i .. shepherd-he must "know" his whose headquarters is here in Preface of Blessed Virgin).
Into the Church. New York had
queried Warsaw
including Father Hurley's"I sheep; he must "lay down hislife" SUNDAY, February 17
The Priest related these ......, about the Saturday Evening -
Mass
Believe, and gave it to me.I for them; and he must Sevagesima Sundaj (
events In his life: read until four o'clock in concern himself with "other Post's "exclusive inter of Sunday, Creed, Preface of
I reared Protestantand view" with the Cardinal Pri
was as a the morning and for the first sheep" who are not of his Trinity).
had little regard for the mate of Poland in its issue of
time came to the realization "flock.
Catholic Church. I thought it February 2.
that Jesus Christ is truly He said that in the modern
'was too dogmatic, too much God. world the "seemingly simple"task It received a cable in replyon o; di91ssst"dl m'

out of touch with modern de- January 31, signed by a Father .
That discovery really startledme. of a Bishop to know the A. II. Cral lc-Ronda. L. Bennett
velopments and living too Gozdziewick, stating
Later that morning I faithful and be known by themis : Ambulance Service
much in the past. "In answer to questionI
I
e your
searched for that mission and ? r "complicated" to the point VA 4-1673
This! was still the general A transmit the text of the com-
located the Priest, Father -', where it may be a Bishop's ST. AUGUSTINE
attitude I had when I was In ......... munique issued by this office:
John Creane S.J., and told himI : .. "most difficult task.
the air force In World War II.Notre wanted to be baptized a .- -...6... ..-_-,."'L'-'.-n". ...,........ .." .,--ri As for the Bishop's readinessto "On the instruction of His

Catholic then and there. PERUVIANS STUDY CATECHISM lay down his life, he com- Eminence the Cardinal Primate BEACH MEMORIAL

Dame PickedTo Father smiled and said, "Cursillos," little courses in Christian doctrine, are being taught in Peru. Top, mented that today "martyrdomis the chancery office of CHAPELSt.
the Primate of
Poland declares
"You'll have to understand a volunteer group is welcomed at Juli, where three days of conferences were held. not beyond possibility for I>ter bnrr Beach S60-3377
that His Eminence Stefan Car-
Microfilm OldManuscripts thoroughly what you are doing. Lower photo, Father Harvey Tessier M.M.: is shown teaching the course. Eventually anyone of us.. dinal Wyszynski did not grant SEMINOLE BEACH
This will mean you'll have to "The absence from the Second
the laymen who qualify will take over the conferences. any press interviews to any MEMORIAL CHAPEL
receive a course of instruction, Vatican Council of so St. retrrtburr 391.107
American periodical."
but I'll be glad to get you L'Osservatore Romano Says: ninny Bishops from land be-
NOTRE DAME (NC) A
started at once." So we began hind the Iron Curtain makes
large grant for microfilming
there. that mart'rdomvlll

Earned scientific Ambrosian manuscripts Library at the in right Convincing indeed is the testimony NevI Discovery is Evidence Of always plain be the"glory of some ..Ag1l9tOl memorial ehapel. .Jnc.

of Scripture as to the in the Church, he said.
Milan has been awarded to the
Real Presence of Christ in the Even short of physical AMBULANCE SERVICEST.
University of Notre Dame'sMediaeval
Institute by the National Holy Eucharist. Antiquity of Extreme Unction martyrdom, he continued, every PETERSBURG 4825-9th Ave. Xo Ph. -154123CLEARWATKRIiARGO
Listen to Christ's own Bishop must undergo "the AND GULF BEACHES
Scientific Foundation.
words: longer daily laying down of 11590-Alt. 19 Pb. 391-0111) 584-7611
Father A. L. Gabriel O. VATICAN CITY (NC-L'Osservatore Romano has reported discovery of an an-
"I am the living bread that one's life for the flock The
Praem, institute director, said cient silver plate which gives evidence that Extreme Unction was considered to be a
has come down from heaven.If "- good shepherd lays down his
the NSF grant is the largest received anyone eat of this bread, he sacrament as early as the was recommended and promulgated James, the Vatican City paper life in steady, daily sacrifice."

to date in support of a shall live forever; and the first century after Christ. as a sacrament by the noted that they were apparently Bishop Curtis said the ecumenical mii in QJ
Notre Dame project to microfilm F
bread that I will give is my The discovery reported by Apostle James. written in the same region council "brings to

30,000 classical, medieval flesh! for the life of the world" the Vatican City daily was an- "This means that this pieceof and almost at the same time. each Bishop of the world a

and Renaissance manuscriptst (John 6,52-53)). nounced in Jerusalem. It Is silver represents the most "Whereas the sacrament of clear reminder that his is a responsibility FUNERAL DIRECTORS

--" the 350-year-old library. This promise Jesus fulfilledat considered to be of great Im- ancient ritual of Mother anointing is treated in the text not merely for the 949-4211 I TAMPA 237-3336

The manuscripts, never before the Last Supper when he portance since most of the Church," it noted. of St. James in a more doctrinal small flock entrusted to his

microfilmed In their enJirety changed the bread and wine other evidence 10 r the anti- Biblical scholars have found form and in general terms, in care in a particular area of the

will be available to into His own flesh and flood. quity of the sacrament dates a great similarity between the the inscription on the piece of world, but for the entire flockof KYLE-McLELLAN INC.

scholars at the 13-story Notre Taking bread He blessed and mainly from the late fourth inscription and the text of St silver it is applied to a specialcase Christ." ,

:Dame memorial library scheduled broke and gave it to His disciples and fifth centuries.As James on which authority for and a rite is described," "The 'other sheep' with whichour FUNERAL DIRECTORS

: for completion next falL saying, "Take and eat; a result of the new dis- the sacrament is based. The inscription i it said. two new Bishops must be 17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLEEL
The Ambrosian Librarywas covery, the daily said, it is evi with
this is my body. begins an evoca- 3-3966
founded In 1609 by Cardinal Then He took the chalice and dent that "as early as the first tion of the Angel Uriel and is Once Offered Fort Continuous Service Since 1856Riions
Requiem
Borromeo
Frederlco
gave to them, saying, "All of century and while the Apostleswere followed by an oath and an

-...((136M631). you drink of this; for this is still living, Extreme Unction invocation of the name of the

His emissaries gathered from 1 my blood of the new covenant, was considered a real Lord. Vietnam Pries]f Active at 83
all the world documents "
of sacramental rite.
parts which is being shed for many grace-giving The Apostle James instructs JOHN S. JE.

of prime importance unto the forgiveness of sins"Matthew The silver plate, measuringtwo that in the case of a sick per- By Father trick O'Connor ,
,dating as far back as the third 1 and a half by one inches,
and fourth'centuries. ( 26,27.28)). from Arab nomadsby son, Priests are to be broughtand SAIGON (NC-A Priest t for whom a Requiem Mass FUNERAL DIRECTOR
When I made first was bought "to him in
my Holy are pray over
According to Father Gabriel, Communion, my heart was full A. Spikerman, director of the name of the Lord" (James was celebrated in Shanghai, 'China, 16 years ago, is busy 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055
the collection in Thu-duc here her with the Priest who cele-
Ambrosian manuscript the Flagellation Museum of near toge
of joy. If Catholics had only 5,14)). j
'ha great significance Jerusalem. Paleographer J. J. brated' the Mass for him.
told the includes
about Holy The
me ceremony ques- srcceed Father Henry as su Phone
8G2-3133
-fa? scholars studying the de- Milik dates the plate, which has Father Yves S J.
Eucharist, I'd have become a tioning the sick person and Henry now perior.
tlopment of science through 17 lines of Aramaic engravedon i superior of the Vietnamese
Catholic ;years before, but they anointing him. Evidence of its The Mass end-
Requiem
the centuries. It also is a rich seem to keep it a secret. it, back to the first century. Christian origin is the use of Jesuit novitiate In Thu- mine for researchers in classical Others have suggested that it and was believed dead in China in ing when a telegram
two 'signs
five crosses
medieval and Renaissance New Protonotary sometime be- from the "dead" Priest He Qt'.3fumt !l1nlljC
was produced shaped like half-moons whichare January 1947. '
and civilization he had succeeded in reaching the .Jq.t4
culture GAR Y (XCIonsignor tween 70 and 90 A.D. still used in the Coptic Rite. As superior of the Shanghai' town of Yangchow. ..

said. Stanley F. Zjawinski, vicar I/OsKervatore Romano said There are also other signs,that Jesuit missionaries, the French 1
of the Am Now brisk and alert at 83, ST. TER BUHO. I'LA.
The microfilming 2025 NINTH STREET $O.
general of this Indiana diocese,, that a translation of the inscrip- stand for the Holy Trinity'plus Priest had gone into northern
brosian Library manuscriptswill has been named a protonotary tion showed that it "referred to two zigzag lines representing Kiangsu province in October, Father Henry begins his!' day

require several years to apostolic by Pope John XXIII, the Judean Christian ritual of water. 1946, to visit the missions. He at Thu-duc before 5 a.m.
Gabriel said.' With him, as master of nov-
complete Father it was announced here. the unction of the sick, which The Vatican City paper said found himself in an area con-
I ices, is Father Fernand Lacretell -
that "without doubt these signs trolled by communist forces. *
Both were expelled Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.
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through the centuries in different Finest Service Available Regardless of Your MeansT.
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had been killed. lastic in 1904. Father Lacre-
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 8, 1963 Page Eleven:

Priest Hails UN ConferenceOn ,JI"'.... ,. .... .


Science, Technology Use rnrw.: ::' : <.ik: i: 'v t-' ; c Pope Talks


GENEVA (NC-A United Nations conference on using t( .ir: $ "t x' With Leader

science and technology to help the world's less developedareas jL 4 ; i a $L ? SP I From Britain

being held here is "one of the greatest events in the s

history of international organizations," the ecclesiastical e at _
advisor to Catholic international organizations declared. VATICAN CITY (XC)-British .
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan -
Father Henry de Rledmatten Notre Dame University, In t has conferred privately
O.P., ecclesiastical advisor to
diana, and permanent observer with Pope John XXIII for a
the secretariat of
permanent for the Holy See at the Inter half hour last Sunday.
the conference of International
national atomic energy agent The Vatican office de-
press
Catholic here ;
organizations ,
: '? a
in Vienna Monsignor Luig
; 4 scribed the prime minister's
said last
week
: UguttI, permanent observe 1r call at the Vatican as "a courtesy
"This conference Is the first for the Holy See at the food and visit to the Supreme Pontiff

attempt ever made to assess agriculture organization o f 4 t on the occasion of His Ex

the global needs of less developed -the United Nations (FAO) and -t cellency's visit to Rome."

areas and to evaluateat international representative of r
.
of the
It gave no account
the same time the available the U.S. national Catholic rural ;
1t nature of the' ronvertnitionduring
resources of modern science life conference; Father Louis
.. c the audience.It .
and technology to promote Joseph Lebret 0.P., leader of
and .; w,.... : ...... was the second meeting
rapid effective develop- the Holy See delegation, who Is --- -- W4. ---

ment in all areas of the world." founder and director of the in OFFICERS ELECTED BY BOARD OF JACKSONVILLE CHARITIES' BUREAUMrs. between the. Pope and Mr Mac.millanthe _

He Nations was speaking conference of the on United the stitute for economy and de- Joseph Marron, outgoing president of the board of Jackson- row, Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan V.F., James Monahan, John Lanahan, inter having British called prime on Pop min.un

application of science and velopment Dr. Charles In Mertens Lyons, de France Wil-; ville's Catholic Charities Bureau, had served for three years as presi- Father Michael J. Kelly, William Christian, Shannon Linning, Fred John back in November of 1960.

technology for the benefit of mars, professor at the Catholic dent when she turned over the gavel last week to Clyde King. Other Rizk, James Clark, Father Walter Bueche C.SS.R., Monsignor James B. :\Macmillan was accom

the less developed areas whichis University of LouvaIn, Belgiumand newly elected officers of the board serving the regional office are Wil- ,Cloonan; front row, Mrs. Jessie M. Elliott, Mrs. Simmons, Mr. Sullivan, panied to the Pope's apartmentby

meeting here February 4 to Father Maurice Quegulner liam Sullivan, vice-president; Mrs. Sidney Simmons, secretary; and Mr. King, Mr. Bowles, :Mrs. Matron, Miss Louise Clark and Miss Kath- Edward Heath, lord privy

22. P.I.M.E., superior general of Leo Bowles, treasurer. Present at the meeting were, from left, back leen Reilly, agency's executive secretary. seal in the British cabinet, Sir
.r rv. _
Five members, Including, 2 the Paris foreign mission so- .. .... .. ... Peter Barlett, British: umiioici
: "
United State Priests of the ciety. :F.;:d:;. : .t::?r .\ :" .. :- Ov"y'." '; to the Holy See and by Heath's

Holy See's nlne-man delegation ; The other four members of Lisbon Patriarch Tells ..: >.. t.v- ',: .- +<' ..tii."j,',"'."S,.: > : :' ;i}.y 1 and Scarlett's secretaries. The
...: : '''' l'
i entered Vatican at
City
to the conference have A < : party
the Holy See's delegation are: : ,r.... ..
presented papers to the 1500 Hope for New UniversityLISBON .-.. 12:30: In the afternoon and was
Father Clement Mertens SJ., .
-I.. "-'"-. escorted to the Pope's apart
delegates from 80 t" '."
some member .... ,
professor at the Jesuit collegeof ,'jIo ... ,10'., Palace.Mr. .
In the
countries of the United ments Apostolic
philosophy and theology inLouvain LISBON (NO)The Church in Portugal continues to .

Nations. ; Professor Bernardo hope for the establishment of a Catholic center of higher 'TK : : t McMillan entered the

The conference's secretary Colombo, director of the institute studies, :Manuel Cardinal Goncalves Cerejeira, Patriarch of '.. s Pope's private library alone.
L The other members of tha
general Is Professor Carlos
for research and statisticsin Lisbon, has told a student ;
Chagas, a member of the Pone Venice, Italy; Jean Larnaud, publication here.A that Portugal is almost the party were invited to Join him

tifical Academy of Sciences, secretary general of the Inter Church-sponsored university -only European country outside ,.. and the Pope nearly a half-
the Iron Curtain that does hour later.
who Is director of the University -
national Catholic center for
coordination
has been a hope of the .
of Brazil's Institute of with the UN educational Portuguese hierarchy since not have a Catholic university.In <. '.: Pope John presented! eachof

biophysics and a professor at scientific and cultural 192G, the Cardinal observed, but discussing the proposalto < them with nedals com

the university's medical fac organization (UNESCO) i n priorities for such projects as establish one, he suggestedthat memoratlng the Sft'ond1at.
Paris and Tadeusz Szmitkow- the term "University of
ulty.Those seminaries, new churches, primary Jean Council.
who presented papers ski of the permanent secretariat schools and Catholic action the Church" be used, rather
Before leaving the Vatican
were: of the conference of inter- organizations have de- than "Catholic university. He
did not want to the Prime Minister Macmlllan
Father Theodore M. lIes- national Catholic organizationsin layed any concrete plans. categorize
called on the papal secretaryof
existing state universities
burgh C.S.C., president ofSUBSCRIBE Geneva. Cardinal Cerejeira observed as
opposed to Catholicism.The state Amleto Cardinal

gl IDIII1Ii111111DII111111111IuIIIIIIIIIIIIc:1IIIIr'I : planned Catholic insti- Cicognanl. The two conversed
Area Values Said Raised P
ByChurch for about 10 minutes.
tute, he explained, would not .
|
duplicate courses taught at c.3r

School BuildingNEW state universities. In cases of
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overlapping, he said, the sub-

ORLEANS (NC-A real estate expert has said jects would be taught from a
jt.
property values are "immediately stabilized and increased different standpoint, so that

Prescriptions FilledLenses when land is purchased for a church and school in a resi- the institute and the universities .
rll -
dential could be regarded as com
Duplicated area.
in St. Louis, said there Is a plementary to each other. ,;fl
Contact Lenses
Daniel F. 'Sheehan Sr., of St. demand both by people with Doting that a gap prcscntlj \
WilsonAnd Louis, who was Installed as young children because of the c .
exists; in training Portuguese
\ Wilson president at the national association accessibility of school and by Y':
of real estate boards' older couples because of the students with a rounded a( 1w .' t

OPTICIANS annual convention here, said nearness of church. Catholic .Mentality, Cardinal ; .
that upon purchase of propertyIn "The demand for resale Is Ceiejcira summed up his e 1 er

Gateway Chopping Center a residential developmentfor also increased," he said. position. : ., .' e
RALPH WILSON location.ot a church and The realtors' new presidentalso "The present tendency of ..mac .

308 :Norwood Ave. school "the demand, immediately said that slum clearance universities to be laboratoriesof
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813 *;.lrw.. l li
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another," he said. "It's an void, saving in a traditional Marguerite Ballinger and Mrs. Molly Delgado.
incentive to develop In the Catholic land the real soul of
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Twelve The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 8:, 1963 ..-- ----.-,-.-
Sisters of St. Joseph Set



Cardinal D'Alton, Noted as Scholar, ':! South Florida Ceremonies '


of Dies at 80Continued t : +o S (Continued from Fag* One) Mass in See
Opponent Tyranny, ,9 & 1 .p 1! v .' Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Johns, St. City
a
; 5So S F i Ann parish, West Palm Beach. Marks Death Of
( from Fare Our) moral law and spiritual values"Archbishop a. Miss Carol Sue Wells, daughter -

College, Maynooth, Ireland'snational D'Alton was M of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wells, Cardinal Alton
seminary.He F
proclaimed a Cardinal by 3r/ St. Luke parish, Lake Worth.
was a lecturer in classics Pope Pius XII at the con- r FtMr (Continued from Page On)

and held successively higher history: of January 12, 1933. ?r ?y :, 1kx Miss Alice Flattery, daughter funeral in St. Patrick Cathedral
posts until he was named president Cardinal D'Alton frequently of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert at Armagh.It .

of Maynooth in 1936. ailed attention to the need for Flattery, St. Mary's Cathedral was on February 6 that

Among his literary works are Catholics to develop knowledgeof parish, Miami. persons from all walks of life

"Horace and His Age" ((1917)), their Faith just as they do x rooms''., .. Miss Carol Palmer, daughterof gathered In Ireland to pay a
"Roman Literary Theory and heir professional studies. -S 2 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. last tribute to the late Cardinal

Criticism" ((1931)) and "Selec-- dir. F When the Cardinal visited a Palmer, Good Shepherd parish, who had occupied the See of

tions from St. John Chrysos- he United States in 1956, it Orlando. Patrick.

tom" (1940)). An accomplished .vas the first time in 30 years U x Miss Mary Denise Carleton, Officers of the Mass In the

linguist, he spoke Gaelic, Italian Y .hat a Cardinal from Ireland 6. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cathedral of St. Augustinewere

French, German and Eng- had journeyed to the U.S. Carleton, St. Theresa parish, Monsignor Patrick E.

lish.Father While there he dedicated the Coral Gables. Nolan V.F., celebrant; Father

D'Alton was named Cardinal Glennon Memorial ,,, 5 4 Miss Patricia Kennedy, Mortimer Danaher deacon; and

Titular Bishop of Binda in Hospital in St. Louis. He also 6 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnI. Father Antonio Pons, sub-
1942 and Coadjutor Bishop of visited the headquarters of the deacon. Monsignor John P.
-- Kennedy, St. Paul parish,
Meath.In .
: Cardinal D'Alton National Catholic Welfare Conference b Burns, Cathedral pastor, was

June, WIG, be became in Washington, D.C. t: Jacksonville.Miss master of ceremonies at the
Archbishop of Armagh and pointment as Cardinal, Arch- When he returned to S Charlotte Tremoulet, Solemn Requiem. Responseswere

Primate of All Ireland. bishop D'Alton deplored the Armagh, the Cardinal lauded S daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. sung by the parish'

With his entry into the ranks fact that the committee appointed -American Catholics' "generous : Charles Tremoulet, Assumption -high school choir, under the
t + t
John D'Alton by the United Nationsto in direction of Sisters of St. Jo-
of the hierarchy, cooperation every good parish, Jacksonville.Miss .
transferred his scholarly training draw up a Charter of Human cause for the advancement of e seph of the St. Joseph Acad
Rights has "excluded, Alice Ann Floyd, daughter -
and erudition from academic religion. 9ceci
halls into the challengingarena whether by accident or design, "One can only stand in ad- of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence G. emy.The Irish Cardinal had a

of the world. all mention of God as their miration," he said, "at the sacrifice ; Floyd, Blessed Trinity parish, great interest in the development -
and author." ;
As early as 1948, Archbishop source that American Catholicsare Jacksonville.Miss and growth of the

D'Alton warned of the threat "Such a charter," he said, making in building and ___------------___ _________ ____ _.______ _un ___ n __ ____ __ Catherine Kowalski, Church in :Florida, especiallyin
that Russia poses to world "is meaningless, without acknowledging -maintenance of so many splen- ST. PETERSBURG RESIDENTS RECEIVE VISITORSA daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. connection with Irish
man's did schools without finan- Priests and SIs-
peace. dependenceon any visiting Priest gives his blessing to two residents of St. Joseph Manor in St. Kowalski, St. Paul parish, Jack- missionary
"
In 1952, a year before his ap- God, the primacy of the cial assistance from the state. ters who serve here.
Petersburg. The supervisor of the home and clinic for the' aged operated by the sonville. All the school children in

FSU President Diocese of St. Augustine, Sister Mary Ursula, also was a welcome visitor from North The eight-day retreat, which Cathedral parish-from Cathe-

Florida. The Diocese of St. Augustine offers two such homes for the aging, the :Manorin dral Parish School, St. Agnes

St. Petersburg and All Saints Home in Jacksonville. Sister Mary Ursula is reg- precedes the ceremonies, beganon School and St. Joseph Academy

Men Depend on Religion ularly stationed at All Saints. The Daytona Beach area soon will have its own center February 2. Father Robert joined members of the parish

and clinic for the aging. In that East Coast city, :Mater Dei Home is well along in con- Walet SJ. of New Orleans is at the Mass for Cardinal

Science i for Whole Truth struction, according to reports from diocesan authorities. the retreat master. D'Alton in St. Augustine.



JACKSONVILLE-Speaking to the Jacksonville Civitan Club here February 1,

Dr. Gordon W. Blackwell called science and religion complementary forces. The Florida

State University president declared that truth was incomplete unless it included contributions -
..
--
of both.'The .
thing to offer believe that science and w< I
university president '
emphasized valid higher educa- and are complementary; R' ;fS
His address each has something to of-
tion should enable the studentto CATHOLIC
grow in his understandingof of the that is unique and indis- .
Week which that each at its best ,
both science and religion.A ; j
"Three facets the other and that
discussion : S
faculty group 5
on, the topic "Science and ence-the life and truth would

Values" has been meeting at tic and the and unsatisfying I
a richness and CHARITIES
the contributions of
FSU for more than three years, S
Dr, Blackwell said. human ," said Dr. Blackwell He "
the microscope, :
"Most of the misunderstanding the test tube Hotel."I
more people were aware
about the relation "
accelerator, creative, dynamic aspects
ship of science and religion
well. both science and religion, APPEAL I
comes from people who know "The
man would be able to see more .' /
nothing about either or only of !' '
complexity how both are indispen- ;....,.,
a little' bit about one and >
ence is the man to us as we seek to ---
nothing about the other,'" he = : "
the --
ates our world and to under )
.. l hI. scientist, and the
our experience, and we Iii SUNDAY
"Higher education should man of faith." It

enable a person to have a full The talk was more readily grasp how ...:, ,
of these contributes : .
areas
and integrated grasp of the Civitan :

various ways in which man has ville's Seminole the other." .:. :. "i.' .. -:,' :
:
Bought to probe the nature of I I FEBRUARY 17 1

meaning the physical of life.world and the March Target Date Spurs xr;! :,';J,


"A university that does not 1 .
:,.(< : ;
BuildersST. :
expose the student to all areas Gulf Blvd. Church

of human experience that :
:
:::/
-
does not clarify for him the PETERSBURG CII-Building continues apaceon f Y; ffi
ultimate values and philosophies the handsome permanent church now nearing completionin w "'":

by which men live- St. John parish, St. Petersburg Beach. This week, Monsignor t' .
falls the student at a crucial Patrick J. Trainor reported that he hopes to begin >
.
-
point," he said. using the church by the
for the Gulf Beach eg.
Dr. Blackwell said he would middle or the end of :March. Members of the parish pres- ST. MARTIN'S CLOAKYOU'LL .

like to report mutual esteem Last week, people gatheredon ently crowd into inadequate
and appreciation of science and the ground around the
quarters of the old provisional
religion, but he still sees in
tower to watch workmen place
church and the cafeteria which
niany. areas of American soeidty the dome on the church's tower, handles the overflow on a
a great tension betweenthe a tedious job which interested
stepped-up schedule of Sunday
two fields.Dr. "sidewalk superintendents." Masses.

BInckwell said science The Church faces Gulf
When the Church of St.
and religion "each have some- Boulevard, main thoroughfare 11 r
John opens in March, it will

r .ll! :f ,, lt' JiI lI, L.J (!t .. ... seat 1550: persons M

An unusual feature of this
; : structure, Monsignor Trainor

t :: h'-i ? indicated, will be the completely DO WE UAVETi$) ASK*

: heated and air-conditioned "
: devotional chapel which will] L ;4'
I '. '. 1 \ '- }
.
1 I' S .. ,. be available for weddings, ,
.St : t
1
i pe t. funerals, and for daily Mass ?
t 4
\> .1
use. The Blessed Mother's
t statue wil be in the devotional
: i'i'w
The little 1
chapel. chapel has
t tot its own altar.

i I t.I t. In the main part of the BETHEY'LL r t

church, there are three altars, / ,
r. the main altar and two side .
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altars. The sacristy providesfive S ;
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more altars. r '
I.Ii ,'., The tower 126 feet high will -.l t .s

i. be even taller when the crossis .,v

,. placed upon the gold-leafed
[ .':, dome. The dome will catch the
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: ; rays of St. Petersburg's famed '

sunshine and sparkle in the
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sight of persons using two main =

_ i bridges to the island, Com s

Causeway and Blind Pas. i a .
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Bridge. 1

Landscaping and furnishing LIVE
of the new church will be ac f .

complished in good time, said! u F i .
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i Monsignor Trainor. Meanwhile '
a when the provisional churcl 4i
a a 3 has served its usefulness, it wil i i 6 1'

; S } 4; become the parish social cen '= 1 '

S_ S t ter. BETTER FOR IT 1 / !s



In North Florida it t '

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Members of the board of

directors of the Deanery
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1 -5 Council of Catholic Womenfor \
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the St. Augustine Deanery rt \
DOME TOPS CIIURCII TOWER :i- .
will meet in Jacksonvilleon o
Monsignor Patrick Trainor and his parishioners L
February 12 at 10 a.m. rM p'
watched workmen last week place the dome upon the They have been asked to : 1 't7 ('rii r l

tower of the new St. John Church in St. Petersburg gather at the cl"broom of the l

Beach. Towering over 126 feet high, a cross will top Morrison Cafeteria at South-

the dome which will be covered with gold leaf and visible. gate Plaza, 3430: Beach Boule

from two main bridges in the area. ,-art!.


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