The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00112
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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TALLAHASSEE of 30 New- ,
-Twenty-seven province t ; > :
man Clubs were represented by 180 delegates from univer- "j

I t C sities and colleges in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina, 1: J

f February 9-10, at the annual Southeast Province Conven- t

tion of Newman Clubs. The theme of the regional meeting ,
I t
\ of'students was "The Council and the Campus." ,:

1 Sessions were held at Blessed Sacrament parish, Talla- \.. ,\ '

hassee, with Father Patrick} M. Madden, pastor, host to 1 :
'n VOL. XXIV, No. 16 Orlando, Florida, Friday, February 15, 1963 Ten Cents distinguished guests and convention delegates. ry E s.r

.. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley offered 12 o'clock :Mass

A last Sunday morning in,the Tallahassee parish church. In .

Girls Becoming Sisters his sermon to the delegates, the Archbishop welcomed the
; students to the Diocese of
I St. called for. this: interior. renewal
Augustine. to hold their attention duringthe

Referring to the theme of days of the General Councilof i' i trcr

'I Get Praise for Herosim that their Pope regional John meeting XXIII,and he said the the the Church.Catholic He students complimented for
\ Bishops of the world, in the
seeing to it that the ecumenical
STUART-Nine young women who exchanged worldly attire and position for the ecumenical council, have council led their agenda in the
religious veil and habit here 11 declared of sounded the call for the re- .
III J on February were "heroic spirit" by the convention.
newal the Faith and also
preacher at the Mass of investiture. Bishop Coleman F. Carroll of :Miami presided at of Seventeen Priests who are
called all of to extend
the reception of the novices into the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of the upon us chaplains of Catholic studentsat
......!_____ IN... & ___ !__ the Faith to all men. their attended the
triveeac ui :)1.
Augusune.Father Scriptures and said that her It glorifies, for instance, Archbishop 11 u r ley reminded convention. Some of them took
Damian Reid C.P.,
retreat -
II master at Our Lady of heroic spirit of giving her all young women who have succeeded the Catholic studentsat part in the workshops which
(; to God was graphically ex- the provincial contentionthat .
Florida Passionist Monasteryand in the performing arts were held on Saturday.The
hibited by the young women rt'Ii lon"uf'SS in the
Retreat House In North -stars of the stage, the screen, convention schedule
t who had just become Bridesof quest of life which is the
called for workshops moderatedby
-;it t Palm Beach, delivered the ser Christ. and TV. Anyone who can quest for God-take i time.
\ mon at the Mass celebrated in Father Henry J. Miron of
attract attention and make a Just as you study the thingsof
St. Joseph Church at Stuart. "The world said Father Lakeland and Dr. Edward
lot of while it is creation in order to 1
money doing master ,
Earlier in the day a ceremony Reid, "admires those who give Desloge of the physics depart ;. !r'
( a success. And the caliber of them, said the Archbishop you Florida University -
the State ------ ---
ment of
; of had been held "
L vows themselves to the world. the success is measured by the must study the things of God Father F. J. Hopwoodof COLLEGE STUDENTS ATTEND ARCII ISIIOP'S MASSIn
Mass ;
at in Jensen
a .W nearby He explained: ST. JOS" PJl, Page 6 in order to possess Him. He the Diocese of Charlestonand Tallahassee last Sunday, 180 delegates from three states gathered in Blessed
( Beach, when three Sisters ofI _.. ._ I
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St. Joseph professed vows : ':: -.J .:::.. '"= "> !..:. .v 55 Father Lawrence Cunningham Sacrament Church to attend :Mass offered for them at noon by Archbishop JosephP.

i before Monsignor James F. of the Diocese of St. Au- Hurley. The occasion was the regional meeting of Newman Clubs.

I !...; -.,.. gustine. In these workshopsthe
N.. .:.

Interior They heard life of a sermon the religious on the .>..... "i'. ......, ...',.. ":' Priests students taking, part professors focused and attention Cardinal Newman's Pursuit of Truth

"I, Fitzpatrick.given by Monsignor The St.John Joseph J. : 1. I'ST dent's intellectual on the Catholic life; stu the Seen Spurred by Simplicity of FaithTALI

Sisters' novitiate Is located at : Newman Club on a campus;

( Jensen Beach.In i\ k r spiritual opportunities at a \IIASSEE-The contemporary relevance of Cardinal Newman was explained

Stuart, Bishop Carroll / .ri a tz 'the Catholic General Student Council Center and;Cath and: last Saturday evening at a banquet in Tallahassee by a Florida State University pro-

blessed the novice's attire and ax life fessor. Speaking to the delegates of the Southeastern Province of the National Newman
olic on campus.
they withdrew from the churchto Regional caucuses were held l Federation, in convention February 9-10 in the capitol city, Dr. Francis Townsend,
divest themselves of their
t bridal dresses. The action symbolized r ? by the delegations from the chairman of the English department at Florida State University in Tallahassee, stressed

their espousal of life ." 5 : three states. Elections precededthe I that Cardinal Newman-whose name the Newman clubs bear sets the tone for modern

t lived for Christ. When they returned y: banquet and officers were! Catholic thought in all of his writings because he held that truth is one and indivisible."If .
: installed at the banquet.The .
in white veils and black I had to pick ou tone attitudes which inspired Cardinal and the truth repealed directly .

} religious habit, they received Miss new Carolyn officers Jones are:F.S.U., word to express the dominant Newman's serenity. He by God."
from Bishop Carroll the names
provincial chairman; Richard note of all of Cardinal New : Dr. Townsend found another
(see pictures, Page 6)) they will \S S ,. Jlores, ,F.S.U., vl f'-bairman: ; man's prose, that word would "First of all. Cardinal New- attitude in Cardinal Newman's

be known by, henceforth. S ._Vito Galente, Citadel, Internal be 'serenity.' "D- ...: ',x<,-'*.'. >. man""believed that truth is one writing that inspired his serenity
reminded the "" -
Reid '
Father S. Sff affairs vice-chairman; said Dr. and indivisible. There is no namely that Newman's

packed Stuart church of thewidow's b. )J \Miss Patricia Alagood, F.S.U., send. "In : >" such thing as a truth whichwe faith was simple. Dr. Town-
mite mentioned in the .
external affairs vicechairman face of all can discover by scientific send put it this way:

,' ; Miss Joyce Tropea, ficulties, .. research which is not also a Catholics have one Faith but
\ -- '!
New ParishSets v\c tI Oglethorpe University, recording onslaughts,posi.1'T truth in the field of religion. many devotions. We all have
I secretary; Robert seems '*" There is no such thing as a some special devotion-St. Joseph

Stimler, Georgia Tech, treas turbable, truth disclosed by historical research the Infant Jesus of
Sights urer. ly which is not also a Prague, the Little FJower-

1\\ r At the banquet, trophie 5 the J I ctJ truth in the field of religion.God these are the objects of our

For ChurchJACKSONVILLE ty ...x Y w from the province were presented his own created the universe and contemplation, he said. We
the mind of which is an
t sx as follows: tion. We say, IT. Towimmd meditate upon them, he con-
,I Most For the most active large J at times without understandingwhat instrument which can lead man tinued, and wefind consolation -

I N Holy Redeemer parishioners university club, Georgia Tech. we say, that the Holy to truth provided he applies it in them.
U&Y'O JIf ac k son. % S % S For the most active smal 1 1 Ghost is always with the properly to the evidence before "In a subsidiary sense," said

) club :f Church of Christ, preserving it him."There. the
ville, who pres- university College o Dr. Townsend. "they are
ently hear Charleston.For from error. Cardinal Newman can never he a con centers of our spiritual life.

i Sunday Massat the most progressiveclub i believed that. tradiction between the truth The principal object of Cardi-

the Normandy Florida State University. Dr. Townsend outlined the discovered by man's intellect nal Newman's devotion, a t

If Ble ADOPT A CIIILD TIUIOUGII CHARITIES least so It seems to me, was

mentarJ"School For nearly two decades, :Miss Kathleen Reilly, executive secretary of the Jack- Archbishop Slipyi Free After the Church itself."

| lookforward sonville Catholic Charities Bureau, has supervised placement of children for adop- From the beginning of his

to tion with childless couples. This rewarding work goes on; another infant has founda life to Its close, Bald Dr.

|_having,_ their, ; ._ father and a mother who will love and sacrifice to bring him up. Support Catholic 18 Years Soviet ImprisonmentVATICAN Townsend, Newman'stliocghts
-U11 u pro%isionFr. Charities 17 in all diocesan churches.
by generous gifts on February revolved around the
Mriiuch al church by CITY (NC)-Archbishop Josyf Slipyi of Lviv, sole survivor of the By-
Christmas, if they raise a minImum zantine Rite Catholic Bishops of the Ukraine, received a hero's welcome from Pope John Church; the first part of his
of $50,000 to build. Father Charities Makes life was a voyage of discover
One-Day AppealTo XXIII when he reached here recently after 18 years of imprisonment and house arrest
Thaddeus P. McHugh an- in the Soviet Union. The Pontiff greeted his release as "a stirring consolation for whichwe ), the second half of hU.
nounced the goal and the life was a voyage of exploration.
target date for completion of Meet Increased Calls for HelpDaily humbly thank the Lord." ._ .
bard seminary in Rome. That fastly loyal through 18 yearsof
the first parish building on The release of the 70-year-old[ "
suffering. "His faith was simple, said
solicita Primate of the Ukraine wa same afternoon Archbishop
the of the general >
eve appeals for help have increased during the year in Catholic Charities Bureau in ,Archbishop SHpyi arrivedIn Dr. Townsend, "because it
announced Moscow Saturday
tion of the Associates parish Inc., of regional offices. The coming year-for which a goal of $180,000 minimum has been set February a. The on Pope: Slipyi was in the Pope's private Home as news of his release rested on one proposition: he
chapel praying at the side of became known. believed that the Church was
for needs-will the Diocese its varied to 'r
operational see discharging responsibilities confirmed the news on Sunday
pro'idthe professional
Voice of God in this
counsel for raising fundsin i homeless children, handicapped school children, the lonely and enfeebled aged, the unwed morning as he was blessing the; the Supreme Pontiff to whose ARCHBISHOP The following SLIPYfPage afternoon 10, the living I'KOFKhSOK, Page 10

the resident director, Doug mothers and unwanted infants, and those who need some help to tide them over cornerstone of the new Lom- office he had remained stead-

las Silverton. Pledges- are payable troubled times.Selfsacrifice .. Pope John XXIIIkind.

in two years.Vigorous cooperation and .,, .
campaigning support are asked of all Catholics .? ... t1 rG x :tf
ncioxx the young; parish will on this Sunday, February Letter Says Council Must

l>e held by 70 volunteers on 17, in their contributions to the "'f /
Sunday, February 17, says Catholic Charities and Orphans' ';!Jt1{
Itself with AH/ Men
,,-. fi. nin man, general Collection. :':':'f.z.,; .'.; Concern

chairman. '. '
Providing available facilities ; 1
Other members of the volunteer VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) John XXIII in a circu'':.r
to those< in real need
committee who have leadIng would be insurmountable< letter to the Fathers of the Second Vatican Council h :

roles include '''alterIc.: without the annual collec .. declared that while the council is primarily concerned w :'i

Kenny, Johnnie :Montgomery, tion. x the state of the Catholic Church, it also pertains to all rc a Sprayers .-
advance gifts; William Bowen, i
Robert Mueller, Fred Brown, In day-to-day terms, the need "it is not neeessar' f
will be met, through the Cath- If the council were to limit .
John Printy, division chairmen; least for the moment, that u
itself to the affairs of Cath-
olic Charities set-up in the
Harold and special forms of prayer
and these captains:
said it would
Diocese. olics alone, he "
Meekan, Clayton Williams, Introduced.The .
seem responsive -
John Liverman, Edward Kop- Monsignor Patrick J. hardly "to the commands of fact that the CUM!

chinsky, Roger Provencher, Trainor, St. John's pastor at >r the Divine Redeemer." is in recess until next Sept'

Robert Johnson, Robert JonesJr. St. Petersburg Beach, Is chair .." her 8 does not moon its whas <
., Lester Whitley, Henry Sullivan man, and Father John J. Len- The Pope's letter to Bishopsof been interrupted The r
Jr., John Warren, James ihan of Jacksonville's St. Pat- the world and the other coordinating commission

Vaughan Paul Katsamples, rick parish is executive secre- council Fathers outlines some Cardinals is expediting cu'r:

James Carry, Fred Choate, Ed- tary of the Charities' diocesan of the things he has on his business, and the council !

ward Ferreira, David Labrie, board ot Priests. mind for the nine-month coun- thers should be diligent in r'1'. .

Thomas McGuire, William Six areas are now served by cil recess. The 2700-word docu- ing advice to this commission

Leonard, James Skelton and regional or district offices of \' ment, which is technically an when they are requested to do

Gerald Kerner. the Catholic Charities Bureau. r _c:___ ----., encyclical epistle, bears the so.
date of the feast of the Epiphany -
-Thl" with which
Assisting also are Jam Gordon Each executive secretary provides DEAN OF PRIESTS WELCOMES EDUCATOR TO PARISH SCHOOL goodwill
---- ---- - but was not made public
the work 01 the council hagbeen
James Cates, James Mo- the diocesan board with Monsignor William J. Mullally P.A., V.F., joined pared for the Diocese by the Massachusetts university. until Feb. 7. received throughout lln

Inarnay, James Hower, John i annual service reports. members of St. Paul School faculty in welcoming the Pictured, from the left, are Sister Ann Francis, Dr. Among the points Pope John world suggests, that grace .U
Mundt, John Brown Sr., Joseph i Such are not meanIngful -
Dennison, Ronald Boyl) Jerome as such, to the average recent visit by Dr. Marie M. Gearan of Boston College. Gearan, Monsignor Mullally, Sister M. Gerald who is makes are these: gradually leading mankind to

Watson, Robert Gr .no,, man in the pew, but if each Sisters of St Dominic of Blauvelt, New York, teach at ,principal, Mrs. Frances Arcuri; standing, Sister M. -Despite sincere proposalsfor Christ.

James Boyle, John Mango, Ray person involves himself by the elementary school in Daytona Beach which Dr. Lucina, Sister M. Gonzaga, Mrs. Frances Price, Sister the introduction of new -Christians throughout the

Hoctel and George Hohoutek, CHARITIES, Page 10 Gearan studied for the current evaluation being pre- Edward Marie and Sister Walter Marie. forms of public and private LETTER, Page 6i


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I, Page Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 15, 1963 S J! ; ,$- Pamphlet Issued
; : :. _

St. PetersburgST. JacksonvilleSAN 4 -- ;t, s _'_ On EducationWASHINGTON
_. -
(XC) A
Boy Scout Trooi 367 spon. _; JJ0 _
Models for the showing ol ; pamphlet entitled "Permeation

sored by the Holy Name Society hats at a spring card party in __ .,.'....--". ..'.,..'... ;". in the Catholic Classroom,"
and under the of
leadership San Jose parish will be these S containing three articles on the

Scoutmaster Harry Munyer, recently -women of the San Jose Parish ri subject of Federal aid to
won a trophy for having _
Guild: church-related schools, has
shown the greatest achieve- _
Mrs. Louis J. LarmoyeuxMrs. been published by the publica-
ment for the in
per year Joseph Namey, Mrs. Wil) tions office of the National
District 3.
Ham Lyons, Mrs. Al C. Ooster Catholic Welfare Conference.It .
The Girl Scout Troop recently -
houdt, :Mrs. E. L. McNally, Mrs contains the following
completed an exacting
Leo Hyrrel, :Mrs. Jack Deme
nine-week course In canoeing articles:
tree and Mrs. Al Hartley. ___ -
4 under the leadership of Mrs. L L-1 S S Tempest in a Textbook," by
i- _
The event, donation $1.25 )t. _. ; .. .-.
r JoAnn Wakelam and Mrs. .'_ Monsignor O'Neill C. D'Amour,
per person, will tn held at
Norma Gibbs. The program High School __ .... ..-' S associate secretary of the
Bishop Kenny -- U'
was directed by Ted Fisk of cafetorium at 8 p.m. on Feb-- SAN JOSE CATHOLIC SCHOOL RECEN rEs VISIT FROM BOSTON PROFESSOR school superintendents' department :

the City Recreation Depart ruary 21. There wi" be prizes During her visit in Jacksonville to help evaluate diocesan schools, Schread, Janice Lind; :Mother M. Therese, principal; Dr. Cotter, Boston National Catholic
ment. Educational Association "Text
and refreshments. Mrs. Edwin Boston College's Dr. Katherine Cotter joined a few of the students professor; John L. Sullivan, a San Jose teacher; :Mary Lee, Beatrice books and the Constitution; ,"

BARRY mCH SCHOOL KIrcher Jr., chairman, saId outside of San Jose School in the parish presided over by Father Mortimer Maduro, Mary Lou Temprine, Alison Cassaro, Robert Mackey and by Father Charles \\'. Whelan

I Father Brendan Lawlor, that hats are from Sablows. Danaher. Lined up, from the left, are Richard La"Fountain, Thomas Haeussner. Father Danaher is also the Priest to whom Boston SJ., a student of constitutionallaw

i I president of Bishop Barry High HOLY ROSARY David Philburn, Maureen Donovan, June Hawkins, Susan Hare, Janet College will report the evaluation made of the schools in the Diocese. and assistant editor of

if School, has announced the appointment Members of Holy Rosary'Altar America magazine; and "Tha

of Mrs. Viola Society will sponsor a St. LeoST. OrlandoMOORE TitusvilleST. Catholic Schools Saving Permeation Issue in Federal
Dougherty as general chairmanfor
Mardi Gras dance at the Gar "
Aid to Education, by GeorgeE.
the carnival to be held
den Club of Jacksonville 1005
Reed, associate director of
February 22, 23 and 24 at G333- Riverside Avenue, February 23 Father Roland Murphy, Bishop Moore Home Father John B. O'Hare, U.S. Much Larger Tax Bill the NCWC legal department.The .
O. Carm., author of "The Dead
9th Avenue North. from 9 until 1 a.m. Music and School Association officers speaking to members of the

The carnival will start Friday will be p.m.furnished by Ed Jin- Sea Scrolls and the Bible," announce that plans have been Catholic Woman's Club, stated WASHINGTON (NO)-Catholic grade and high schools pamphlets sell for 20
and at "The Seven Books of Wisdom" and invitations that their main objective cents each, and $16 per 100.
at 5 Saturday completed last week
p.m. right. Donation is five dollars save the nation's taxpayers $2.6 billion a year, according
t 1 p.m. On Sunday, transportation per couple. and lecturer In mailed for their fourth annual is to develop spiritual to the education department, National Catholic Welfare The NCWC 1312 publications MassachusettsAvenue officeis
located at
to the school will be available Mrs. King chairman, America and Mardi Gras ball. The semi- benefits He stressed the necessity

'I after the last Masses at and :Mrs.Clyde Emil Haut, cochairmen I Europe, Will formal dinner dance will take of attending Holy Communion Uonierence.Monsignor Frederick G. 33,435,603 pupils in public N.'V, Washington 5,

I all St. Petersburg churches. have the assistance of a t, address the St. place on Saturday, February together on the first Hochwalt, director of the schools. D.C.

I A broiled chicken dinner will committee from the circles. Leo Scripture 23, 7:30: p.m. in the Egyptianroom Sunday of each month. NCWC department, commentedthat The sating to taxpayers:

I be served; on Sunday from Public patronage if Invited. Institute for of the Cherry Plaza Thomas Aglio A.C.S.W., executive a of federal represented by hating students -
Priests here program ST. PETERSBURG
I noon t 0 7 p.m. Donations: Reservations may be placed by Hotel. Brad Bradway's orches. secretary of Brevard school aid limited to public in Catholic fchools

I adults, $1.25; students, 90 cents; telephone with Mrs. Haynes April 15-19. Father tra will furnish the music. Catholic Charities was guest schools would increase the tax ranged from $779,460 in
4-4185 Mrs. i Murphy Mrs. Joseph P. McKenna, Mr. Aglio stated; that Alaska to $4 7,138,370 in New
Andrews PO or speaker.
burden of citizens whose
I children, 50 cents; family plan, Marvin Jolley PO 4-0181.) will lecture on chairman of the ball, is being layettes would be welcomed by sup York, for a nationwide total
( $5.00 (two adults with four or ,. Old Testament assisted by Mrs. Robert Blanksas port of Catholic schools makes of some $2.6 billion.As rfii'G.:;;: I .
more children). SACKED HEART ).th. Murphy Wisdom Literature co-chairman and a large the office as well as items for possible this tax: saving.
for teachers' salaries the
The Sacred Heart Guild will -an Introduction: Prov- committee. the Maris Stella villa in Or Monsignor Hochwalt noted ,

ST. MARY meet Tuesday, February 19, at eibs, Sirach and job. ; ECclesiastes GOOD SHEPHERD lando. Lists were circulatedfor that President John :(<1. Ken savings represented by the.

I St. Martin's Guild will hold 8 p.m. in the church hall. Following and the Book of Individuals to as nedy's education message tocongress teachers on Catholic school payrolls /eutlJjJ
Moral responsibility for high- suggestions ranged from $558,000 in
J( a card party for the benefit of the business meeting, Wisdom; Psalms: literary types recently was silenton
way safety was emphasized recently for donations. Nevada to $149,723,000 in New
Immaculate Conception parishon Father James J. Judge C.SS.R., -hymns of praise and thanks- the' tax saving representedby
at Good Shepherd par- Mrs. Charles Welly, spiritual York, with an overall total of
of Church will and Psalms literary Catholic schools.He 4645 9th Street North
Holy Rosary giving; : ,
21 in ceremonies
Thursday, February ish. Special for the nearly $930 million.
speak to the women oft h e types laments and various development chairman, spokeon said:
hall at 1:30: blessing of automobiles were
St. Mary's p.m.
Guild. He will present a film other categories. held after each Mass on Sunday the special devotions and "Although the message is

entitled "The Holy Shroud of TampaMOST January 27. feasts celebrated In February. silent on this, obviously high For Catholics Of Pinellai County

ST. PETERSBURG Turin." The congregation also par Father O'Hare announced a administrators in the govern-
Hostesses for the meetingwill HOLY REDEEMERMost ment are aware of the contribution
ticipated in a special
prayer Day of Recollection will be held Calvary CemeteryEndowed
( members of St. Eliza
Holy Redeemer Catholic placing themselves under the Catholic educationhas
beth of Hungary Circle. All Women's Club will havean protection of Our Blessed Lord.K for all women of the parish on been and is making to the

J C.T.Johnson1lnc. women of the parish are cordially installation dinner a t the OFC Sunday, March 3 from 1 to 4 common desire for educational Care

MUTUAL FUNDS invited-and ufged to at Hawaiian Village, February Knights of Columbus Councils p.m. excellence. U.S. 19 at 58th St. No. Phone HE 6-4238

I First Federal Ilulldinr. tend. 21, at 7 p.m. All women of the in Orlando plan to attend In observance of Catholic "Federal aid limited to pub- Office Open 9-1 P.M. Daily & 1-1 P.M. on Sunday

100 -491h Street :North ClearwaterST. parish are invited to make reservations the 8 o'clock Mass on February Press Month, a book review lic schools would add to the
I'llO.NK 347-7815 a nor before February 2t in Good Shepherd Church. tax burden of those citizens
prepared by Mrs. Jack Schultzon ... .. ... ,.. ..
935-1380. > .. > ......
CECELIA 18. Telephcne Afterwards they will be served who voluntarily bear this $2.6 /.r.--; : : / / : : .r/ : -: .rz :-'

Washington's Birthday will Transportation will be avail breakfast in the social hall, in "The Day Christ Died" was billion annual burden."

be the theme of the dessert able for those who need it. thi first annual joint Communion presented by Mrs. Ronald The NCWC education depart For Your Real Estate

card party, sponsored by St. ST. JOSEPH Sunday. Fernandez. ment computed the $2.6 billion I And Insurance Needs Call

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) REOFRIIITES Cecelia's Woman's Club, Tuesday Father John Stevens C.SS.R., ..... :_ .:..< ,' ._ .h m m' hh tax saving represented by thenation's
; :: :f : LaVoie & Insurance
February 19 at the Me- of St. Joseph parish has announced :. Catholic schools on Realty
morial Civic Center on Clear- a dance for the parish ., .'.:--: the basis of pupil costs for i 4154 Central! Avenu. Phone 896-4133

water Beach. Mrs. Elton Don teenagers, Thursday, February :'.:);: 195960. The figures were computed i

ner will be general chairman. 21, at the parish hall from 7:30: >; 4s;. ... : 'L-: in part from statistics "' &&&&m4&&K&3&FIAT
Tickets will be on sale at the ,: <,,""'" ... .
p.m. till 10:30: p.m. 4 published by the national education -
door. The general public is in. }, -' .. i association.

vited. Prizes will be awardedand Tarpon Springs :/....-<'" .>{; 'j; [ The $2.6 billion saving rep I "THE QUALITY ECONOMY CAR'FORDOR
: -
guests are asked to please. ST. IGNATIUS 5-,*'7> ''5'.;''' ," resents money taxpayers would
S %
J home bring cards for the games oft(I Father William Neuhaus has ; .1 M P.S have to provide for the education -
for th. sak.ofyour
their choice.: announced the annual pre-- :< ;iIz in public schools of S GOOD

Lenten festival of St. Ignatius e -. 4,373,422 grade school pupils SEDAN 1 TERMS
t ,
BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT HOME Church, the fastnachtfest, will : : ,". S : and 880,369 high school stu -
Within walking distance to St. Raphael's and shopping center. Widow be an event of February 24. A af % S dents who were attending Cath -

must sell. Lovely modern, like new, masonry. 2 bedroom 2 bath home barbecue chicken dinner will olic schools in 1960. NOW ONLY- $1569 -FULL PRICE
p with Florida Room overlooking Bay Boat dock, seawall, carpet, drapes. : *
be served from 12:30 to
: p.m.
education department
Electric range and refrigerator. Owner will sacrifice for quick sale. | -
6:30 in the parish hall. All IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ECONOMY LOOK FOR ,.
See It Today : p.m. further pointed out
Open Saturday and Sunday parishioners and winter visitors that in October, 1961, there BlLLBKUWNb' 3100 5th AVE. NO.
3330 Shores Acres Illvd.Just ST. PETERSBURG
( over Shore Acres Bridge on Left) are invited. were 157,124 teachers in Uni
Anna Maria I:ted States Catholic grade and
f 862-1157 896-2527 I 1 high schools. If these teachershad
IslandST. been on the public payroll

!ILIDuhI1llu1llUI1uhIuhtUci1I1illflU11UlllllhluhI1flIllllHI IIIIIICnmlllllllClIlIIlIlIIII : BERNARDThe \ 5) 1 1.1.of I' 55I arid had been paid the average S
I 5 = t. .51 I ,: : public school salary in their -
Men's Club and Wornen's 1. ,*_ : } ., .
OFFERS .<,,iW : .':,, 'yLP. -. -.i.: respective areas, their salary
1 Guild of St. Bernard ann -
7 CLUB'S CHARITIES REPORTMrs. costs would have added
2-3 &4 Bedroom Homes in | (unce they will sponsor a
H. M. Solana chairman of the Catholic Charities the tax
barbecue and bazaar, February : $929,019,018 to public
St. Jude ParishTransfiguraflon | 24, on the church grounds at committee of St. :Mary Catholic Women's Club, Rock- burden.

Parish | Holmes Beach. Refreshments ledge, is pictured reporting on the extensive work of The education department

\\ill be served and various club members in volunteer charity. prepared tables showing per
Sacred Heart Parish booths will feature items of pupil public school costs, public

,. -. -, c.cso.lw : Down..1 interest for all. Mrs. Phil Palm BayST. Daytona Beach and Catholic school enrollments
As Low $90.00
i as Hauenstein and Mrs. teacher salaries and 4k'Commercial
V Angelo LADY OF LOURDESThe Full-Service
aI Minnechello co-chairmen. JOSEPHThe OUR teacher totals in Catholic
r: are recert dessert fashion Woman's Club of Our .flank
schools in all 50 states and the
I 1325 Arlington Avenue N. llCIIIIIIIIIIIICllllllllllllClllln5DANIEL Phone 862-4136 .. Miami show sponsored by St. Joseph Lady of Lourdes will sponsora District of Columbia. helps you mhemQgQtyQurnone

______ fOllllnllllilCIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIIIICllllllllllllClimml BARRY COLLEGEA Catholic Women's Club was a dessert card party on Tues- According to the tables, the Riffvler tlitKy"u,.

new, up-to-date adaptationof complete success with over 200 day, February 19 1 p.m. In the Catholic school percentage of I la 130 Hondty tonvglt fn4if.".d 5-7 fnitf(,.*"'g

T. WINTER & co. the French Classic, "The attending, according to a report Lourdes room of the school. total enrollment ranged froma 'friendship you can bank onl
from the general chairman, :Mrs.: Gene L. Petruccianni is
School for Wives" by Moliere, low of 1.13 per cent in North
HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDSTIIEATItE will be presented in Miami by :Mrs.: Walter Schmitt.Mrs. general chairman. Reserva- Carolina to a high of 26.38 per

__; the National Players of Washington A. J. Knecht, presidentof tjons may be made by calling cent in Wisconsin. Overall, the
Women's Club
TELEPHONE 862-0381 D.C. during the sixth was one 677-0135. number of pupils in U.S. Catholic -

program of the Barry College of the models. The show ended Winter ParkST. grade and high schools 7700 s,...(.I'rt' ..".(.tt?. It; M..",,ft4n\0.Mil I*,.,..c. C",...",.

Culture Series at 8:15: p.m., with a mock wedding. Fashions totaled 5,241,008, compared with
featured were from the Genny MARGARET MARYSt.
Sunday, February 17 in the
SEE US FOR THE BEST! college auditorium.The Lee Shop, Junior Deb Shop, Margaret Mary Women's

AUTO 0 HOMEOWNERS O HOSPITALIZATIONLIFE national Players, an Valerie's Wedding Service Guild will sponsor a ham 'n
O COMMERCIAL BUSINESS INSURANCE! outgrowth of the famous Belles and Beaux and J's Men's yam dinne at Bishop Moore

-- speech and drama departmentof and Boys Store. High School on February 17

c TYRONE the Catholic University of Lake WalesHOLY from 1 to 5) p.m. Homemade
: cakes will be a specialty adults
if SHOPPING CENTER America, have made 13 com ;
_ .. SPIRITTo $1.50, children, 75 cents.
9th Ave. No. & 58th Street plete tours of the United

"q' .. 342-8551 States and in addition have in. 48 meirbcrs of the Clubof Visitors from Russia

.>".. 1\ Too'??.. i 10 qood kaids with ... a. cluded eight different overseas Catholic Women at the last NEW YORK (XC) More

Jo. Jok tours on behalf of the Depart. meeting, a demonstration was than 20 solet church leaders
Morsau "D AL TATE eo" ment of Defense. given on the care and use of will arrive here February 27 HAMBURGERS

INSURANCE COMPANIESUNHAPPY altar linens. Demonstrators for a three-week visit! of this
were Mrs. L. F. Martin and the National Councilof
Edouard C. Craig country,
Mrs. Mary Leighfield. Churches has announced.The .
Contractor and Distributor
for EustisST. delegation Is expected to

Include representatives of the
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Russian Orthodox Church, the
WITH PRESENT and Mosaic Tiles Members of the Sodality of Armenian Church, the Russian
St. the Lakes
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sponsor a
DUPLICATING EQUIPMENT? supper on February 20. Patrons eran Church Church of Georgia of Estonia, the Luth-and can be. They're served hot off the grill on toasted buns-the way you like S

CALL US FOR ENJOY AUTOMATIC are Invited to come at 6 p.m. to the Trans-Carpathian Reformed 'em best. Plenty of parking no tipping instant service and the
the parish hail for the .
supper.Jackson's Church. tastiest food in town at prices that please!

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Fr. John J. Lenihan The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 15, 1963 Page ThreeCapable

Dedicated People "; if'1 Natural Law

i :y.; Said Beacon

.,;y ..

Staff our Catholic CharitiesSocial "".-. : For Movies
jrn -- ba'T: jTY
'." HOLLYWOOD XO-Natural

work in a Catholic agency, said Father John J. Lenihan last week, is no nine- 9. law applies to the field of com-

to-five job. .= t munications, James Francis I

"It is a real vocation of dedication to the poor," said the executive secretary of the Cardinal McIntyre has told

Diocesan Board of Catholic 2000 persons at the motion pic-
Charities. ter of the Florida Federationof lishment of new regional of- 1. ture industry's 12th annual

Social Workers and the fices, much work around the
breakfast here.
+ The trained social worker
Tampa Bay chapter of the Na- Diocese emanated from the
may be a Priest or a Sister of 4 The morality of communica-
tional Association of Social Jacksonville office, said Father
St. Joseph in this Diocese.Or tions is not determined by individual -
Workers. BMingual: she has Lenihan.
It be one of the several taste and interpretation -
may .
found speaking Spanish a big Thomas J. Aglio A.C.S.W., .
dedicated people workingfor but by the natural law,
help in working with Cuban also pictured on this page with
Catholic Charities Bureaus, the Archbishop of Los Angeles
refugee famil'e: members of his Orlando staff,
translating into action that is t said.
Beach's has charge of regional officesin
Daytona new execu-
1l worth while the dollars that "The morality of communications -
tive secretary, Mrs. :McGarrity Orlando and in Brevard
are given on Charities Sunday, -' -J-- N is governed by the same
AC.s.has had a quarter ofa County.
February 17. fundamental principles governing -
century of experience in the Assisting him in professionalsocial ,
Father Lenihan gives us a man's nature and essential
field of child work is Mrs. Charles
summary of the backgrounds relationships to God, his fellow
welfare. She Lon Nevitt. She was broughtup
of some of our Charities executives s1 c man and the universe,"
was once director in Lake Wales, and did
and social workers: the prelate told his audience in
of Child j r graduate social work at Tulane
Familiar j the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
faces to tho e who
School of
Welfare Serv- j University Social
have been helped through "IIU acts of will In com-
ices in Wayne ; : Service and at Catholic Uni-
Catholic Charities are thove County, versity of America in Washing LEADERS FROM PARISHES ON ST. PETERSBURG CHARITIES' BOARD muniratlons as in another
of Miss Kathleen in penn-I !Irlv - -- field should be decided by
Kellly Patrick J. Trainor chairman of the dioc- Trainor Mr. Donovan RonaldBeaton
sylvania, I .. ; Monsignor secretary; Monsignor ; ;
} ton.She
Jacksonville of what i
Miss : Con. his !;
Mary gram affiliated i ;f' returns to Central Flor- esan board of Catholic Charities, was present at a recent ; standing, Dr. Joseph J. Regan, Frank C. BarriosSr. knowledge

nell in St. Petersburg and with the U.S. j jChildren's ) ida from two years of social meeting of the board of directors of the St. Peters- ., J. A. :McCune Jr., Arthur J. Nelson and Anthony E. right and wrong" Cardinal
Miss Martha Franco : declared.
in Tam 6 McIntyre
Bu- \ rms work for the Archdiocese ofVashington's burg Catholic Charities Bureau at which J. Joseph Don- Coryn. Not present when the picture was taken were in
First determinant makingthis
pa.Each is an executive secretary -reau. She has im. MfC.arrittr \ Catholic Chari- ovan, president, brought to attention of the membersthe :Miss Grace Connor, Mrs. Edward Fitzsimmons, Andrew decision "is the natural
ties When she
her M.S.W. from Pitts was in
of one of the longtime burgh's Carnegie degree Institute. For- Orlando agency.before, she was con- current appeal for diocesan Catholic Charities. Gonnoud, Henry Goodall and Thomas Walsh. Miss Mary law, a law universally preva-

I regional offices. merly she was supervisor of nected with the Orange County Present were, from the left, seated, George T. :Mason, Connell is St. Petersburg's executive secretary. lent among all men, establishedby

Miss Connell is member of God in man's mind will and
a child welfare services for Vo- Tuberculosis and Health As- ,

the Academy of Certified Social lusia County. Until her ap- se'C ation. She has also been Girls Taken NCWC Worker Ends41 Years Service intellect," he said.

Workers. Nowadays, says Fa. pointment as social worker in employed by the Florida State Cardinal McIntyre warned

ther Lenihan. in-- professional charge of the new office, Mrs. Welfare Board and did hospital against violating moral prin-

circles, the initials McGarrity was a member of the service with Americar. NationalRed Under Wing Helping Thousands of ImmigrantsWASHINGTON ciple and making inroads into

"A.C.- conscience of Thereis
1 staff of Jacksonville's Catholic Cross overseas during the men.

I S.W." after the Charities Bureau and a Day- World War II. She is a mem- Of CharitiesOn (NC-A woman who has helped thousands of immigrants find a great responsibility in com-

name of the tona Beach representative for ber of St. Margaret Mary par- new life in the United States is giving up her fulltime duties with the department of munications "and no mysteryin

social worker, that office. ish in Winter Park. a busy street there stooda immigration.. National Catholic Welfare Conference after 41 years of service. the ethical principles" that
are more significant should them, he de-
Miss Kathleen Reilly was acting execu- little girl named Sally who Sarah Weadick, who has
I! than A.C.S.W. (pictured on Page 1, tive secretary, 1954-55, of the was looking about anxiouslyas handled the intricate immigration as 15 years," she said, "whereas NCWC department of immigra- clared." .
the M. S.W.I sometimes be tion. "Yet, he added, "man some
this issue) opened the Catholic Orange County public agency if waiting for some one. problems of persons from many cases can
I which stands I Charities Bureau officein for health. She began social Tears handled in a few days." "To follow these people to times deliberately violates or
were streaming down princes to paupers, has relinquished
\ for master'sdegree I Jacksonville work in 1932 in Orange Countyand She stated that although intheir new homes and help them abuses them. But the basic
I her face.
on January Many people went by her post recently as
-in-- crv.i :-. 2, 1944.Prior. is happy to return now to giving but scant notice to this assistant director of the depart- cidents happening to immi- get started along the path that law of God, the natural law,
cial work. Miss *".. Connell leads worth-while member- does not cease to exist in the
this part of Florida. After the grants at ports of entry make to
her arrival in the
to child.
Finally, a policeman in- ment but will serve as a con-
Connell presides over the Catholic Gateway City of Florida, her death of her husband in 1960, quired whether she was lost, sultant.A news, it is the follow-up work ship in the community-that is mind or conscience of man. Be-.
Charities Bureau office in that climaxes ware of inroads into the conscience
Mrs. Nevitt resumed her professional with immigrants in dioceses the work our
social work
experience em- and so a story began to unfoldof
St. Petersburg, and has done native New Haven Miss efforts she said. of man."
braced casework with the New social service work. the events leading up to her of that is considered vital by the ,
social work in'est Florida, -------
Weadick her work in
York Catholic Home Bureau, Mss Connell Is assisted in unhappy situationabandonedby began s
for Catholic Charities, for a St. 1921, with the NCWC
social August
child welfare consultant with Petersburg's casework <<- family. Within hours, arrangements -
good many years.Tampaborn by Mrs. Jane Porter, bureau of immigration-as it
the N.Y. State Department of for protective care ;
_J Miss Franco caseworker for the child- was then called-at the Ellis 5 v
Welfare and assistant
JI superin- were set in motion.
I A.C.S.W. held a diocesan schol family division, and Miss Island port of entry in New _
tendent at the State Training Catholic Charities Bureau w
i arship at Catholic Universityof School for Girls in Hudson, Mary Ii hon, who does adoption operates a facility where girls York. Prior to that she had __

r America Washington, New York. She is a member of studies and allied case- such as this are given a home. worked with the AmericanRed .f _

U\.';., beforejoining the National Association of work.Father. Marls Stella Villa in Or. Cross in Italy for 18 i- 1w- '
Catholic Lenihan said that months and in Czechoslovakiafor
Social Workers. Until her territory lando provides more than

Charitiesof was limited by the estab- Miss Dixon plans to take ad- mere shelter, food and cloth- 11 months.In .

a the caseworker. Dioceseas ____N_ __ __ ....... ditional field. graduate study in her Ing. The girls' basic needs of 1924 :Miss ""f'.dickt"il tl ... i rri ; _I E t
love and affection are methere. transferred to the XCWC
Since 1945, Another newcomer to the .
m i : r ation department'smain *t' I
she hasworked I m R < .l .S. r iL
x. YM Catholic Charities staff in the
This is because the
important office here, where she -
inHillsborough Diocese is Miss Patricia Neus, children who
require caraway
e'h served since "right-
a native New Yorker who did. ate a s A"i
from their
parents :
man" Bruce Mohler,
Land to ... \ ..
Pinellas and a z her graduate work at'Fordham times disturbed > : .
I children. : _
many since
jf he
head of department
Polk Counties. School of Social Service.
of inse- \
d hR They present a sense 1920.
its in
MI.. i-ranro She was appointed Prior to joining :Miss Francoin of founding
curity, have feelings deprivation r
executive secretary in Tampa, she was employedas undisciplined rearing, and, Miss Weadick has been over
Tampa in 1957. Besides mem- '/ a caseworker in the board- times to
1Y. M' ++fx in general, have lived througha seas several help promote
P bership in the Academy, she _.-- -. ing-out department of the New poor pattern of development. cooperation among var- .- 8"e- j k'
:\Irtl. Porter ;) LevittDUon
belongs to Hillsborough's chap- ,.,..-- _...........- ._- York Foundling Hospital. She Maris Stella Villa is equippedto ious groups interested in im
came to Tampa in September, care for Sally and the others migrants. In October, 1925,

10G2, to work with foster homes who, for one reason or another, she went to Rome for the meet-

ST. PETERSBURG I and adoptive families. Unionof ... _, ..
cannot remain in their own ing of the International p ---' --<- ''1;'

home. Here they are loved and Catholic Women's Leagues. NEW OFFICE OPERATES TO MEET PARISH NEEDS

345-6050 Open Thursday f'l New Films wanted and given an oppor- Following the meeting, she Orlando's Catholic Charities Bureau is staffed (above) by Mrs. Charles Lon

Evening by Appointment .. : tunity to develop physically, was "drafted" to be the first Nevitt, caseworker; Thomas J. Aglio Jr., A.C.S.W., the agency's executive secretary;

Lorraine's Beauty Salon f, Krtirwrtl rrrrntlr and cla8.IUc.lby socially, emotionally and spirit. American on the union's gov- and Mrs. Eileen Young, office worker. The Orlando agency is one of three new re-

2946-49th Street, North the Legion of Dvrrnry.Morally ually. erning board. gional offices recently opened by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Augustine.
St. Petersburg 9I She has served for years as
... t.all. ......... General. Patronage Documentary Film
Robert L. Dutilly, Prop. I.. 'Jf.t. s'Hj : a consultant to the immigration NCWC
.. Will Direct
all.eu. THK TITANS (U.A.) Priest
ROME (XC)-A documentary committee of the National

Morally Unobjectionable picture of the first session of Council of Catholic Women, CLEARWATERS

}()Adults and Adolescents the Second Vatican Council has and in 1949 was honored by Foreign Visitors Office.
been produced by the Italian Pope Pius XII with the "Pro Bets K. O'Brien

Morally UnobjectionableFor newsreel company, "Istituto Ecclesia et Pontifice" decora WASHINGTON (NC-Father Luke Power O.F.M., a & Company

'A r it MONKEY IX Adults THE WINTER Luce month.," and will be releasedthis tion. native of New York and former officer in the United States .1985 Drew Sf, Ph..n.un I

4 (Fr.IGI:: : ) The film, which will be dis- When Miss Weadick started Air Force, has been appointed director of the foreign visi- STOCKS MUTUAL S.FUNDS BONDS

ka Sl'AKKOWS CAXT SING for the NCWC immigration tors office National Catholic
working ,, .
abroad shows the } ,1n 'r'rll"'I'fJQUALITY
-I\\ OPEN SAT tributed and U"&l''?'' them establish out- 'nnrnr'!"J J 1"/
II 9 to 1: soon (Br.) most significant events of the department, it had Welfare Conference. side contacts.

I f ST. VKTKKSIU'KG: BE.VCH council from the inauguraLFLORISTGREENHOUSES 7 employees and annually Monsignor Paul F Tanner, Father Power graduatedfrom

rhone 73th _h'f'. .t. grit HUrt TRUST HEINZEN handled only about 7200 cases.It NCWC general secretary, an- Fordham University, New USEDFURNITURE
S69-5981 lour Account Inured :FlD.I.C.: SERVICE
by now has 23 employees nounced the appointment, effective York in June, 1951, and in Julyof

February 15. Father that year was commissioneda
r and in 1962 proct'soied13,310!
Power succeeds George O'Con- second lieutenant in the Air
cases! involving 51,052; persons nor, who has served as directorfor Force, later being promoted in

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_A OYSTER Stll Thou GREEN 8fi7t STAMPS9th WIRE FLOUEK&8C72136 ; laws handles direct correspondence tered St. Joseph's Seraphic KEN & KAY CLEMENTS

I II SHRIMP St. .* lAth AT*. So. St. IVtertburfBOWEN'S of Catholic .foreign students Seminary, Galicoon, New York, CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS
I Phone 896-4133 :Miss: Weadick; however, dislikes in the U.S. and referralof from which he graduated in

CRAB MEAT LOBSTER any stress on statistics, them to Catholic organiza June, 1956. He took his theological 1335 So. Missouri

because "you can't put a time tions.It studies at Holy Name Phone 422-8722
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I any also acts as a reference College, Washington, and was

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::1 Catholic Comment Frank J. SheedCouncil .. ,. Soviets Seek Trade to Bind Nations I

of 1870;)' Defined WHILE official Washing As reported in the November it will be discovered that world

is busying itself in "International Affairs," it war or peace (which has been

.. making second-class citizens of brought together "scholars, played up so much) is not the

Papal Infallibility Americans who send their workers of planning bodies, issue at all, as I have previously

Student Centers Fill Crucial Need children to religious journalists, lecturers on inter- said.
I a man be sinful and infallible at the same time? schools national affairs, post-graduate The
"CAN issue is simply this:
the 'Boy Pope' infallible?" our nation is students, and representativesof The Red Chinese contendthat

T1TE would like to pay tribute to the solved by conferences with Catholic chap- Let us look at_the, Boy Pope.first.! It used.to be_thought hit hard from various publishing houses." the American nation

l'' YV chaplains and the boys and girls of lains. At our Catholic student centers, that Benedict IX was a cmid or twelve. another quar- This wide attendance indicated can be frightened into sub-

1: the Catholic Newman Clubs who gathered Catholic boys and girls may continue the Actually he was around twenty, still ter. Soviet iiIJUILU how seriously l Moscow minion; the soviet conununNN -

: i in Tallahassee this week to discuss better study of their religion. They have an opportunity shockingly young, and not intellectually Russia has justlaunched views the attempt to pet contend that we must

f ways to insure that boys and girls attending of associating with other Cath- advanced for his age! He has one sin all a us to support economicallysoviet be fooled Info defeat.

I colleges and universities will come olics, lessening the dangers of mixed mar- to himself. Nobody else ever sold the long drive- term slavery over the captive The one reflects on the

: through those dangerous years as men and riages.It .' I Papacy. Apparently he wanted to get married us to to helpFather get peoples. stamina of this nation, think-

; women of deeper faith and true scholars. is a consolation to parents to know : he asked his godfather if it was h.J..I o'j'ituniiiLouis..-.,.;..t:-.-.. Oddly enough to Americans, ing that we will easily crumble

I In many instances, crucial years in a that their children who are attending such legally possible for a Pope to resign: the but quite logically to commu- under threats; the other reflects -

person's life are those between the ages colleges and universities have a "Father" godfather told him that it was, and actually F. Budenz nists, this drive arises in large on our intelligence in

of 18 and 22. :Marriages that take place away from home in the person of the Cath- paid him a large'sum of money to part out of the sino-soviet dis psychological warfare, insistingthat

I j between those years register the highest olic chaplain. Our student centers should be hand over the Papacy to himself. He be- permanently over the captive pute. We shall have to look we will largely give in to
--.,- nations. The the communist line by con-
I numbers of failures. :Most of the boys and -for Catholic students-a home away from came Gregory VI.: He was a devout man, suggestion for into that again for proper en
this drive was first made by tinued infiltration 0 f our
\ lightenment.For
girls in this age group experience for the home, a bastion which protects their faith, with no intention of committing the sin of simony: all he Nikita Khrushchev himself in minds.

'"' first time freedom from parental author- the focal point of their college life, the wanted was to get this rather dreadful Pope out. But his the leading article in the September had announced weeks, "TheVorker"that it would "The Worker" of February

4 4' ity. :Many attend college and are confronted place where. they return again and againto conscience would not let him: from his pulpit in the Cathe- 1962 "World Marxist publish on February 17 a 3, in preparing a series of reviews -

by fellow students who have a different receive the grace of the sacraments.If hold on: a year and a half dral at Avignon, where the Review." There it was that he large "supplement." This sup- as supplementary mate-

standard of values. They hear for the first your child is planning to attend a later he resigned. This was Papacy was at that time es reviewed the previous meetingof plement would contain all the rial to the foreign policy asso-

) time teachers presenting views which run state or secular university or college or in 1046. tablished. the council of mutual economic important documents dealing'ciation's discussion, has accordingly

I contrary to the youngster's beliefs. It is is already there, be assured his spiritual Twenty-seven years and sev There was a great clamor of assistance formed by the with that debate, from Soviet said: "The perspective

I no wonder that so many do not survive Father will be looking for him. Make sure eral Popes later, his secretary theologians, and the Pope finally "socialist countries" and told Russia, Red Chinese, and Amer. therefore, is for a resolution -

ft these years unscarred. your child looks for his spiritual Fatherat Hildebrand became one of the accepted their judgmentthat of the prominent part Red ican sources. of differences between the
of all he took he had been in Poland played in initiating it. two parties through the cur-
Catholic students who attend other the student centers. While stressing the greatest Popes: error as Those who study the original
the name Gregory, as a compliment to the Church's teaching on I did not see in our daily rent struggle and the achievement -
I 't than Catholic universities are urged to importance of higher education, remind communist documents did not "
I to Gregory VI. this matter.He press one word about this article of a stronger unity.
1 I look for their campus Catholic student him that he must continue to study his have to have this supplementbefore
So that was Benedict IX. Was had of course, not been although I referred to it But emphatically it con-
centers. Here the students have an faith at the student center. Remind him them to analyze the true
opportunity at some length in this column
he infallible? He was indeed- giving or intending to give, a I eludes, in answering the question -
to breathe in of the he will find in his free- meaning of the inner-commu-
atmosphere. dangers new nineteen
t a until he stopped being Pope. definition of doctrine binding weeks ago. nist discussion. of what we are to do, with
The problems which arise from difference dom and encourage him to receive the sac- lie is as clear an exampleas upon all Catholics. He had Since then, Khrushchev's contained in the These were the following:

I I I between their traditional beliefs and the raments often at the Catholic student we need of the troth that simply assumed that what he contribution has been pub- "Renmin republicationsfrom Ribao" (Peo- "The true interests of the

I philosophical tenets of their professors are .. centers. the word infallible does not 'thte. in his book and utteredin lished in booklet form by the ple's Daily) and "Hongqi" (Red American nation require policies

refer to behavior, but to his sermon was already foreign languages publishing the that will strive not onlyto
Flag) official organs of the
teaching.The Catholic Which house of Moscow and is hailing
teaching. it Chinese 1 eliminate the danger of a
) Father John J. Castelot Pope can do wrong was not.John's. down like a snowstorm on communists. 1 third world war, but to pro-

I like other Catholics, Popes con- next successor but the communist camp.In They were also embraced inKhrushchev's mote friendly business relations .

fess their sins to a Priest. one, Benedict XII, issued a addition, on October 5 address to the with all countries" including -

Cry for Justice Voiced in Psalms But the Pope cannot teach Bull Benedictus Dens which of this past year, there took supreme soviet in Decemberand : above all our trade and
in the able from
wrong-not when he is teach- teaches that the soul either at place in :Moscow Itself one summary 'aid to the "socialist countries."

ancient Israel the adminis- scales of justice in his own di- spite of all his sincere effortsto ing the whole Church the death or after the necessary of those big inner-communist the soviet communist view- If you and I really)] want to

,! IN tration of justice was nol t rection with a few heavy lead a good life. meaning of the truths Christ cleansing: in purgatory, gazeson conferences' which are so ber point appearing in the Decem-" fend off the oncoming of communism

I'I J always what it should hav (; shekels. Even devout Christians some- entrusted to it. the unveiled face of God. damaging to the United "World Marxist Review. which has now planted -

been. Often this was the faull!t This is why we so often hear times cry out in similar be- This is not by any natural Our opening question must States It is a serious reflection on itself 90 miles from our

J of the system the psalmists calling upon God wilderment, and they have the teaching power of his own, or be reworded-Can God pre. It was based on Khrush the manner in which the American shores, we shall have to bestir

rather than of to judge them. advantage of knowing the doctrine even by a supernatural teach vent a sinful man teaching chev's article. It dealt with people are being denied information I ourselves to combat American

particular mdiI This appeal sounds a bit of the Cross. The psalm. ing power that goes with being false doctrine? "Problems of Development of that this article has trade with soviet-ruled coun-

viduals. Cases | strange to Christian ears. Our ist knew nothing of the Cross, Peter's successor. Obviously that is not beyond the World Socialist System"and not been analyzed fully by our tries.

would pile up, J J view of divine judgment is not and even though he was in- Infallibility is not strictlya Ills omnipotence! was initiated by the acad- journalists. I will give it more This we could do at once by

as they do quite so rosy; we look to this spired, he was still a human power at all: it is the effectof But behind questions of detail emy of social sciences of the I dttailed consideration very ,asking our representatives rnd
I j God's using His own powerto Soviet Union jointly with the shortly.
even today, judgment with trepidation being. and honest misunderstanding senators to stand firm against
) and an Injured rather than eagerness. But the This is one of the beauties prevent men mingling error such as we have been discussing editorial board of "Interna- When the thousands of Red ,any aid or trade concessions to

party would 'Srf view of the pious Israelite was of the psalms: they are so with true teaching, which with- lies a profounder dif- tional Affairs." words are read and analyzed, Red Poland or Red Yugoslavia.his .

have to w a it'' colored strongly by his sad experience real. out His intervention they ficulty. Questioners seldom

quite a while with the perversionof All men of all ages can make would be all too likely to do. mention
it when they are discussing -
fri"'" 'Vi.. \r. .o.. 'Viio..... justice so common in his them their own, for they give Infallibility does not exist indeed
Infallibility Leo J. TreseOur
f case heard. But just as often i day.He poignant and sympathetic expression for the Pope's sake but for they are hardly even;aware of

the fault lay with those whose> was forced to the realization to universal religious ours: it gives him no advan- it. ; I

duty it was to see that justicewas > that his only hope for experience.And tage that it does not give us. But unless we bring it to Lord Pleased by Acts of Charity

done. Particularly during; a fair hearing lay with God as always, though Simply God has taken whatwe light and force them to face
those all too frequent periods; Himself. hemmed in and checked at may see as the very minimum -
it,.we shall not really convince
when kings were Irreligiousand 5 There Is a splendid expres- every turn, the psalmist voiceshis means to ensure that no them of anything save that MOST of us, in our better like your necktie," or, "That'sa funeral sermon said,

the government was cor,. sion of this attitude in psalm supreme confidence that falsehood shall be taught to are ashamed I very pretty dress," can give truthfully:
His Church in His name-min- they have made a regrettable that we do not do more for. a lift quite out of proportion to
rupt from the top down, legal 1 16: the just Judge will hear him mistake "If an epitaph were to be
point of detail
on a
processes were a scandal. Hear, 0 LORD, a just suit; ((6)). He expressed this confi- imum, yet wholly effective. or God. We read of missionaries the importance of the com carved on this man's tomb-
.onuthe meaning doctrine- ,. _
'hoAV'strictly the oIa *ivhnlr. dou
Judges would favor cases Involving attend to my outcry; hearken' dence very touchingly in verse Observe But they are no nearer accepting -',- ;v:;::r.Afr'icanjungles iCX yiir; 'iiTing" ment. -J4, stone it should read, 'He always

the rich (for a consideration to my prayer from lips without 8: dl"finition-dl'awn up by the infallibility even when the There is a tremendous had time to be friendly.'

naturally). and not t deceit. From you let my judg- Keep me as the apple of your Vatican Council in 1870- misunderstanding is cleared or in lifting force in a smile, too, He will be remembered for a

only would they favor their. ment come; your eyes behold eye; hide me in the shadow of limits infallibility to teaching drab Korean with or without words. longer time by more people

cases; they would favor the: what is right. Though you test your wings. and at that to teaching up.Deep within them is the villages, c 0 n- -b ; The than many a wealthier and
their power of a smile has
I "parties who could afford tc i my heart, searching it in the The Church has' incorporated the whole Church.We that in truth sume moro prominent citizen.
I feeling religion lives for God. been lauded so often in
reward such consideration mostI' night though me with this verse into thatput have noted that a Pope song
: you try "If all his little kindnesseswere
i is such
not of great importancethat
We read of and verse that the truth of it
I handsomely. fire, you shall find no malicein of the Divine Office can do no wrong. The story of added
what do is what together, they
has been dulled
and by triteness.Yet .
.s a result of this deplorable me ((1-3)). known as Compline, her of. John XXII, a fourteenthcentury matters not what believe.We men women would reach pretty high In the
we physicians -1.- there still is magic in the
situation the poor were The psalmist's continued protestations ficial night prayer.At Pope, is a reminder thata eyes of God. They would weigh
must show a man that nurses smile you give to the fellow-
' f: at an impossible disadvantage of innocence may the end of the psalm, the Pope can believe wrong; he more, in Christ's scales, than
true doctrine is of priceless teachers, farmers parishioner whose name
: teach when he you
strike us as a bit smug, but author expresses a sentiment can even wrong, some deeds of international importance -
value both in itself and as a and me- do not know, to the policemanon
I is not fortha
They waited and waited for: let us remember that they unusual for an Israelite. Let explicitly giving of which read."
condition of ..that chanics who have the corner, to the clerk be- we
necessary -
truth be held
statement of to
; judicial action, and when 11 t sprang from a soul in sore dis- his enemies enjoy their material -
right conduct to >\hich he themselves and their familiesoff hind the counter and to the Each one of us who claims
the Church.
t was finally forthcoming, the r tress. Like many a good per. possessions; he will be by
the title of Christian could and
I\ had little hope of a fair hear- son before and since his day, more than happy in the quiet Before his election. John attaches so much importance.Until to an underdeveloped coun- postman at your door.

\ ing If the case involved someone he is puzzled by the fact that knowledge that he enjoys God's had written a book in which he he has seen that, in- try to labor as lay missionariesat Perhaps it it is because such should tribute.To .be deserving of such a

I p in a position to tip th<; he is beset by persecution In friendship ((13-15)). said that the dead do not receive fallibility seems to him simplya subsistence pay. acts as these seem ridiculously
the Beatific Vision until way of ensuring that we Right around us we see men small, that we underestimatetheir earn such a reputation

I! after the Last Judgment. After shall get something that he and women who have little time value from the viewpoint requires no heroic 'I ualiti's.It .

Question BoxSacrament his election, he preached the does not regard as particularlyworth for recreation or pleasure be- of charity, from the viewpointof requires only that we be

II same doctrine several times having! cause they give so much timeto Christ. conscious of the fact that we

causes of parish, neighbor Recently I attended the are instruments of Christ _

of Confirmation EssentialQ. hood and civic betterment. We funeral of a friend, a man who that Christ urgently wishes to

Father Patrick O'ConnorDisapproval think of such people, and we had a small business of his speak and act through us,
are ashamed.It wishes to make us channels ,
I am new in Florida anti Ii htb.. it places on your

haven't had much of an opportunity Questions should be addressed shoulders some rather Shown for Red is good that we do feel own.His business could have been His compassion.For .
a starter, we might ask
humbled in the knowledge of
to meet the Priestsat : to: Question Box, weighty responsibilities.You larger and more prosperous if
ourselves, "How times
such heroism and generosity. many
our church. I became a The Florida Catholic, P.O. become a soldier of Controlled Birth Program he had not spent so much time have I smiled today? How
Box 3551, Orlando, Florida. Christ, one anointed to defend However, the real tragedy is in performing little acts of
Catholic today have I
about four many spoken
years the Faith and to spread the not that most of us are not kindness.The .
ago; but never was con- teachings of Christ and His OATHOLJCS in north Vietnam have apparently shown doing big things for God.It an encouraging or a cheer-
conferring of the Sacrament of Priest who preached ful word to another?"
firmed. If I go to one of the Confirmation is scheduled.The Church among those who eitherdo their disapproval of artificial birth control, which the rather is that so manyof

churches where Confirmationis not know anything about communist authorities have been trying to promote. us do not do even the little
pastor of the church
scheduled I be Him or who do not recognizethat Writing in a Hanoi daily, things for God.
can con- where the ceremony is held always that an average of 100 workers
firmed? presents the candidatesfor He is God and that His '"TholIoi":: (New Times) on give birth to chilldren in a Those little things which are TRANGE BUT

A. Perhaps. But you will the sacrament to the Bishopand Church thority. teaches with His au January the birth 10, a doctor control complainedthat month," he wrote. so close at hand and which, in S Little-Known Facts for TROp

have to see your own pastor informs him that in his campaignhas "Let us make a rough esti- the aggregate, could add up to
Most adults will readily con been carried out "erratically. quite By M. J. MURRAY CorjT M.UM. KCWC.' : fl.' ..Scrvta
first. It certainly. won't be sufficient -judgment they are sufficiently a sum. *
Ea h worker takes twomonths'
fess that they have had their ." "In some places such asXinh mate.
for you merely to show learned in their Faith to be- If we have any real under.
4 share of temptations-and Binh," he wrote "the leave when having a
serious ,
up at the church -where thePabU.hf'd come soldiers of Christ. standing of how much Jesus RiS ULT3A-MOOtftH t
Obviously in (and ones-during their later problem has not been aired baby. We see the effect on FOR A >JCW CHURCH
your loves us, each one of us, then
life. Certainly added graces are for fear of hurting the religious IM" BRUSSELS IS
there are hundreds like in production.We .
you we must realize the depth of -
needed to overcome them. feelings of the people."
every Diocese) :your new parish have not mentioned the compassion which He has cJLAtGILS ".
/ ;,
Priests will have to have a note Confirmation gives those Xinh Binh is part of the leave taken by mothers when towards all who suffer. OMT Of EUROPE --vXfAMfD

from your former pastor, stat graces in abundance. It is wise, diocese of Phat Diem, celebrated their children are sick. There We live in a world in which fOREMOST r.
that for the therefore, for you to be sure [c.cIS6'IASTIou.: :
ing you are ready for its numerous and have been workers who can- there is much pain, physicaland
sacrament. to receive it as soon as possible. not rest themselves because as N/OU"tTCTS// -
vigorous Catholics."In mental; much trouble and Ji

Your pastor may also ask Remember that Confirmation general," the doctor lamented soon as they go home, they much anxiety. L r 1.-
for a copy of your baptismal is no second-rate sacra have to take care of their chil- .1 '
"the results are small Anything that we can do to _
ment. There Is no such thing. dren." ..... "
Terj Friday record. lie will help you to .. ..\..
compared to our expectations.The ease our neighbor's burden, : .......
Fl.omD.TUOLI PRESS. Inc. acquire it, if you don't havea Merely because it may not be annual In some places he said, the
I'." Hat 5551 increase of popu- .
GArden 3-S4JI ever so little, will be immensely
1S7: Katt Colonial DrI .. Orlando ropy at home.In as essential as Baptism, does lation in the north has been C- ntraceptive campaign was
Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada. many parishes, several not mean that we can dispense 3.5 per cent, but the increasein effective. pleasing to our Lord. .4'.4SfloLARAt WELL 'uI

$5.00.$4.00 v ei. year; other countries "refresher" classes are held in ourselves from the obligationof Hanoi during the first nine "The number of pregnant From your own experienceyou CLERIC,THE NWM'QI I)*CfrmiKi ALSO ffteUfHCAKDltJAL 'aTrI'
order to help adults who are receiving it. know that it does not take
workers has been reduced and
months ,
of 1962 -
The Florida Catholic Is :a. member was higher, 4.5 A NOVKL'FABIOLA'fHOQMOUS W1CH g.l,4c.qievw .
ot tho Catholic Press Association candidates for Confirmation to If you wonder how the Catholic per cent. The percentage was the average number of workdays 'much to brighten your day. If 1'PUL.4I -.-.-.- ._ & '

and Conference the National News Catholic Service. Welfare brush up In the teachings of people of the Iron Curtain still higher, 8.2 among (commu.'" has been gradually In. ,you are a parent you know rhi

Martin publishers representative. Bognerani the Church. countries can stand up under nist party) cadres and person creased." ]what a pleasant glow you feelif ,k.
Entered as second class mall Ordinarily it will take more such severe persecution, it is neL" The writer concluded: J J"We [ someone says, "You do have ;--.
May I. 1959. at Orlando. Florida. than just a couple of days to due to the fact that they are 1 the nicest children." VWOCIDS
inder the Act of March 3. 1S79. Woman's place Is in the factory find it necessary to conduct ONLY BAMBOO J fl HJ41 GDS IS THAT
do all of this, so the more time strengthened In their Faith by If housewife
are a
you you OK6AH srAMclsIlL 1ThIHI: MADt IH 1H II
the rice-field It a widespread and intensive SLa4
you can give your pastor, the the graces still coming to them or seems, 1troL" 'ivalk a little lighter when tH-n41O1utMU1 IIHIUJ 4EIPTURY8/
better off you will be. from their reception of Con- in north Vietnam. The first campaign for birth con- I omeone remarks, "Your home OF LAS PlWAS ju 1i1 STEuUB/u ,

Father Executive Alnrrnt Editor F.. Smith As soon as you have finished firmation. reason the writer stressed for 'J llways looks so attractive and I"
this column birth prevention was that child- By "struggling" to lower the :2R4 1J:
Editor: lll.. Jan QuUa telephone your If you know any more I livable." If you are a man
Mark A. Ilellwlc pastor and make an appoint- Catholics in your parish who bearing lessened women's capacity birth rate he said, "we shall youreel

Joseph A.. Rosier ment to see him as soon as have not been confirmed, ask for industrial produc help to protect women's health j an inch taller if"friend C477oi8LIT45 IT tt IDNIHI POO* .. WmiiJ7 j-j ;
Advertising Manager possible. them to go with you to make tion. and happiness of families and c ar boss says, "That was a swell BZzh'ALLOCATE A 6XAHT 144Tt/o /? I --

Frldaj', February 15, 1963 Confirmation, of course, is arrangements to be confirmedat 'In the Nan Dinh textile to increase the labor force for I iece of work you did." FoR Re&uiLDMG rKCULTUKAL. /4 1

not a s-acrament you receive the same time you do. mill the labor unions told me socialist construction." Even: a remark such as, "1 .AlO TWOS 'f



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The Florida Catholic, Friday Feb.; 15, 1963! Page Five
Exiled Missioner Sudan .
{ Says Has <:'

f Erected Barriers Israeli Ruling Denying
I Y to Christianity i r

Priest Citizenship Scored
j CINCINNATI (NC-Missionaries) in the Sudan have a name for the anti-Christian i ."I:

barriers being erected by the :Moslem government of that ,-,
country. They call it the r NEW YORK NC A of JudeoChristian
i. ( )- Priest-authority -
papyrus curtain. The tall plants decorate the banks
papyrus of the Blue Nile. if"
I But th ____ ..L l' t'I f' affairs said "the fear of Christ" influenced the Israeli
I metes more iron
paper in the curtain that the in the shadow of the papyrus at Rejaf. The n a m e of the Of.{;I; supreme court judges to deny Israeli citizenship to a con-

Moslems are ringing down curtain for several years. town is the Arabic word for .. ..ewt vert from Judaism who is .L _L ,.
on : J. ;, toeJaw 01 return, Monsignur
the missions, according to Father "We have walked a tight- earthquake, and he said that iR, i "M-. ,tr": now a Carmelite Priest. Oesterreiche said.
Lawrence Endrizzi rope," he said, "fearful c: whatwe usually six or seven earth IE I '. 'f' Monsignor John M. Oestcr- *
.. : ; t "1 think the drtMon I N
said and how we acted. tremors a were felt in ':
F.S.CJ. year reicher, also a convert from
h:1\vhff\ number of
Government spies even would the area. ."._ ; : ] Judaism who is director of wrong for a reasons -
Expelled in December after N' 71iw \ "
: Monsignor n.stl'rrrkhrr -
come into church and take To visit the than 40 Vi -j. P,
more Judeo-Christian studies at
nearly 10 years of work in the W j >ud.
notes during a sermon, then "bush in the __
I southern Sudan, Father En- chapels" missionarea Ii. Seton Hall University, speaking
"One of these is that
go away without saying reasons
drizzi visited Sacred Heart anything called for regular safaris recently before the Edith
Seminary, near Cincinnati at ." -by truck in dry weather, and t..('Jo" Stein guild, recalled that Fa- Israel represents herself as a
," ":
t Forestville, where he had beenlone Rut when the government by canoe in the rainy season. .;., ../ ther Daniel-Oswald Rufeisen democracy, and in a democracy
t U
of the first of six wanted to get rid of him it On his final safari he welcomed sought Israeli citizenship under a pluralistic society

I ." seminarians to come group from Italy didn't bother to set a trap or three witch doctors into the t 1 : ::;:''% t .i' \: the "law of return." The maintained equality before, there the should law f r l he r
in 1947. establish a pretext. The police Church when they turned over Edith Stein guild assists Jew.
Moslem, Jew Buddhist Catholic
\ commandant in Juba their fetishes (bits of leather ish converts to Catholicism.The
\ The "
Bronx-born missionary, and forth.
simply handed the Priest a and colored stones) and took a w so
a member of the Sons of the enacted in 1950,
I note which said: public oath that they He added: "But in Israel no
,' Sacred Heart, said that although 1 iWt gives any Jew, except a crim-
f I the "Missionary Societies "I have been directed by the giving up witch craft. I inal, automatic citizenship upon Jew can safely change his reli

t Act" with its restrictions director of passports, immigration Father Endrizzi'and another declaring he is a Jew, the Monsignor gion. Jewish converts:: arc considered
only became many law and nationality to warn Priest in the time from Augustto t,. .. ,. k ii stated. a stain on the state of

you to leave the country within October administered bap- Israel.
\ last fall, Christian missionaries Father Rufeisen was a Jew
\ a period of six weeks from tism to 3220 persons, all but f 1 One of the four judges of
born in Poland. He embracedthe
In the Sudan have been living today. The reason being that 250 of them adults; performed < the Israeli court, dissented

J the purpose for which you 192 marriages and gave nuptial >, r .. Catholic Faith after from the majority opinion,

were allowed to enter the blessings to 336 couples; gave escaping from the nazis in said the Priest. lie added:

BEACH MEMORIAL Sudan no more exists. You are. Holy Communion to 6000 per- 19-1%. "This gives us hope for the

M 1 \ CHAPEL hereby requested to send to scns, and heard an even ,. Monsignor Oesterreicher recalled future"

St. rettrtburr near. 360-3577 this office within two weeks a greater number of Confessions. Father Rufeisen had declared The court, in its decision on
I SEMINOLE BEACH written undertaking to the Thesa people are staunchin S : "My ethnic origin is and the case, did not attempt to

n, \ MEMORIAL CHAPEL effect that you will leave the their Faith," he said. I -*-% __i4." _____ S ___ always will l>e Jewish." He was answer the knotty "What is a

St. r trr.barr 391-9907 country within the prescribed "They are deeply consciousof I 1 1 : : J advised by Israeli authoritieshe Jew?" question, but it has
I M; period of six weeks" the fact that they are Chris- could become a naturalized legally decided that any Jew'

For the past two and a half tians. They are like the Christians _, i iF citizen but the government who becomes a Christian is no
1 t\\ years Father Endrizzi was of the early centuries ,1 9 y, a A'M aK I f would not recognize him as a longer a Jew, the Priest con

SMITH pastor of Assumption mission must have been." w Jew. tended.

Many of them are quite prim- Y ff ( ,'i "The judges were not only The majority decision gh.enby
f FUNERAL HOME itive, he said, but there is noth- guided l)3r what they consideredthe Justice Moshe Silberg cited

I AMHERSTMONUMENT ing barbaric or savage about law," Msgr. Oesterreicher the Talmudic ruling that "a

f EST. I I860TITUSVILLE them. SACRED HOST TAKES ON TIIEIR BURDENS stated, "hut they were subjectto Jew, even though he has

i The Sisters at our mission Catholic Charities Bureau's centers and clinics for the aged provide chapels within emotions, atmosphere and sinned, remains a Jew." There

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Sacred of Cardinalsnow Scxajjesima: ; Sunday. (Ma"s
College .
social secretariat has said. ? :
stands at 83. science of the people of Yuca- of Sunday, Creed, Preface of gii 3jitucrat omcCOCOA
"How else," he asked, "can Trinity). -
Three of the Cardinals died tan.
Funeral HomePark we explain that in Mexico, MONDAY, 18
Osgood last February, two last July, The purpose of the !f odalrt'rftar.iat
where 90 per cent of the pop- St. Simeon. (Macs of a
one January and one in
whose nationaloffl'f'
ulation is Christian, the over-
Martr-Bishop, Zlr-ria, Common
February. Average age of the whelming majority of public is in Mexico City, I is to
Cardinals 72. Preface; or Macs of preceding -
Blvd. & 48th St. No. was institutions are antiChristianand ,spread' in this country the Sunday, 2nd 6 POINSETT DRIVECECIL
The Cardinaltheir ages, papal teachings on social justice
Pinellas Park Florida even, at times antihu- St. Simeon, Common
and dates of death follow: man?" asked Father Pedro he explained.! Preface).

John Cardinal D'Alton, 80, Velasquez in an interview here. Father Velasquez said that TUESDAY, February 19

Archbishop of Armagh and Pri- Father Velasquez came hereto the Merida conferences were (Mass of previous Sunday, .... .

mate of All Ireland. February set up an office for the so- given to encourage the citizenof Common Preface). -. ,..-' ."- ..' ..", .
Serving Eustis & Vicinity Since 1915 1, 1963; William Cardinal God- cial secretariat in the arch- Yucatan to "bring social justice WEDNESDAY February 20 #- r
frey, Archbishop of Westminster to human societies such ,. ',' 'I
diocese of Yucatan and to takep Mass as!' yesterday). .
business I orof ,;;- J. P:. (JOE)
73, January 22, 1063; rt in a series of conferences as enterprises, trade THURSDAY, February 21 THEU3*
Acacio Cardinal Coussa, 61, unions, schools and families Q .'. 'J'J .f rr.CltAB
Zeller Kennedy & Ham toI which he said, were aimed at. Mass as :yesterday). :, t ; I
because without social justiceit .
secretary of the sacred congre- awakening the "civic con- FIUIJ."pbl'wu) 22 '
I gation for the Oriental Church, is impossible to establish a Chair of St. Peter. (Mass as ,. .

IrUJ o &JL IBIQOOIE) : July 29 1962; Giovanni Cardi- Christian order of life. on January 18, Gloria, 2nd
nal Panico, 67, a member of the Priests' Father Dies "Blessed are those who fight prayer under one conclusion [P e.9hE.U 9wu'w.l

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e Letter Says Council Must. K Nine Join their Numbers

Itself! with All/
Concern Men d1 R a) (C..u...... from Tg On) law. A superior will tell them

amount of attention attractedand what to do."

(Continued from Fate One) fervor may submit many the amount of money He concluded by noting that

world should continue to pray plans pressing for the introduc- made.It they will serve the public

for the success of the council. tion of new forms of privateand makes no difference thata without pay. "All they will re-

Pope John spoke of the needof public prayers. All these woman has been notoriously ceive is a home to live in, plain

the council to go beyond the plans aim ,at spreading as f unfaithful to her husband, or food to nourish them, and sim-
needs of the Catholic Church widely as possible throughoutthe O k .. to enable them to
4"3y to a half-dozen successive hus- ple
itself in.the fourth part of his Catholic world forms of ,4. decently in the public
bands. It makes differencethat appear
letter.In prayer which correspond to _. .... ,h...
... said the Priest.
.. she neglects her children.If
speaking of "indicationsof special circumstances of time \ ..
the ,
,, she is famous, if she has "But public,
a better age, the Pope place, speech and custom."It t '
money or is going to have it,_ had no interest in the poor
voiced the hope that the ecumenical is not at all necessary, ,,,,: \ she is a success. widow at the temple gate,
council will arouse at least for the moment, that l"w y i Reid said. either. She approached timidly.
forces Continuing, Father
such fruitful spiritual '
new and special forms of ;' She made her contribution.Then .
that led by the Church, men R That standard does not
prayer be introduced. Those f. she faded from the pic
"may reach those most lofty ; : i < t !< apply to this occasion which
( forms suffice which, having } I ;. r ture.

and dear'goals (of unity) which been approved by ecclesiastical '< :t, .'. ::: "" '. ;:,.. >\.' :> brings us here today. God's -God noticed, though He be-

have not been able to ..:,,,... .. _. t ...... ..' ,, standard dof's.nd God's
they yet .t' .,, .. '. .. x. x..
have already
authority .
1 we r.:.?. ". : ... ..':;:. '-I......, ., ). .:,....... came excited. lie applauded.He
attain He said this is "clearlya ". .. '" standard says: a hero is one
become accustomedto declared that in His eyes
sublime hope which is a con- ." ', ;:, ;! ./. :;:: who deprives) himself.. The she was the best citizen of all."We .

cern of the Church end of the : ., :: ..:,. greatest hero !Is the one who
The Pope concluded the sec- :: .; : ; are here to apply His
whole family of men" ;; deprives) himself of every
tion on cooperation by stating "' standards.
statement that : thing.
The i
Pope's "Bishops preside over individual : :: '<' ". ; :{: "'\"e want to say, 'Congratu-

new forms of prayers are not dioceses, as the sacred :res. ': '. '. .'.... < "That is the standard which lations,' to these young ladies.
now came in the sec rJ ., .. .,.":t}.. .. .t., ...
necessary office is imposed on them, and .: "" :. Q aPOSTULANTS applies to these :young women. We admire them much more

tion of his letter concerning cooperation they look after the things to V x* :'7'ir < ,, :' j : They plan not only to make than we admire any socialitein

between the clergy be done with regard to the : ..... themselves poor for God's sake, the world."
and the laity. After speaking teaching office, governing and & ;Vij'; \ *'i '" iJ : ... .... .'<\-,1'::3i <,'">.>:t'. ..,' .: but to make it impossible, fort Father Reid also congratulated -
: .. .,..,.. .
*' ,
.. 'OtI "' them to be anything but poor. their relatives upon
of the increasing interest the divine worship For Priests, w /* j i ".01' :! ) : t .. 'Y'. :" "....<' '...: '
members : .; ...... <::' > "They plan to sacrifice their the choice of vocation they
of religious orders :
In the > :
faithful are showing f '
jto* e t.r"' : t ,. : jl S<+i it.r. >

work of the council,. he wenton monks and nuns, and for the ;....,;;.: :;,,( ...<.: ,. .-- ; ...< .. ... : .... ., '.:" ..... _iYio>_.".. right to the lyricism of romance helped the young, women to
the Eucharistic Sacrifice and the consolations make.
laity, ,
to state that "some things,
the Divine Office and the a family life founded on hon Among the Priests who attended
less appropriate, are to be Marian Rosary provide rich Novices, Sister Michael John (left) and Sister :Mary of the Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Augustine, Florida. orable love. the ceremonies for the

avoided He explained: and fruitful matter for prayer Madalena made their first profession of vows in the convent Postulants were from the left, seated, the Misses :Mary "The plan to sacrifice their Sisters at Stuart and at Jensen

"There are by no means through which the Christian chapel at St. Joseph Novitiate, Jensen Beach, Feb- Denise Carleton, Carol Sue Wells, Alice Flattery, Patricia right to live their life on their Beach were Father Michael

lacking those who-sincere, family all over the world can ruary 11. That morning, the young "brides of Christ" Kennedy, Gail Kinsey; back, Charlotte Tremoulet, Cath- own terms, to do what theyplease Hanrahan and Father John

assist the ecumenical council, presented themselves before the altar in St. Joseph ,erine Kowalski, Carol Palmer and Alice Ann Floyd. when they please, and I O'Flaherty of Jacksonville. Father -

candid and moved by religious publicly and privately. Church, Stuart, asking to be invested in the Holy HabitLegion (They received their names hi religion at the ceremony). how they please under God"sBISHOP Claude Brubaker and Father -

_F,..._ >, !W"- __ Neil A. Fleming were

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( a r d ti'! .....
( )-Fifty New Site .9
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Cracow, Poland, have senta SANTIAGO, Chile (XC) -. This altar is a familiar sight to the young children who live at St. :Mary's Home,

Madonna carved out of a The Cardinal Archbishop of Jacksonville. Newly built, chiefly by Robert McCallum, the altar and chapel are beau-
block of salt to Pope John Santiago has blessed the new
tiful hi the sight of the Sisters of St. Joseph and their charges. Give to Catholic
XXIII, ,according to reports offices of the Catholic weeklyLa
Charities, Sunday, February 17. Grow this WMiP" miniature
reaching here. Vox and praised the paper'sstaff : .v_.. .
I Pope John sent the workershis for showing "fairness,,,
Florida tree
blessing and a special message calm and valor" In informingthe orange

of thanks.In public. t in your home !

the salt mines at Wielicka, Raul Cardinal Silva Henri. i ii

which have been worked since qnez S.D.B., in a short ad-

the 11th century, there is a dress at the blessing of thepaper's Pharmacy Larrrtt Prenrrlptloa la the heath The Calamondin Orange a genuine, miniature

church which was carved out new location In the I appreciate your patronage fruit-bearing ornamental citrus tree!
Free DellTery FR 4-7 91
l of the salt about 300 feet be- heart of this city, said: Huntington Bldg. MiamiTRAIURSCOTTAGfS Imagine! A tiny dwarf-sized orange tree starts

LINESare low the surface of the earth. approximately 1 foot giving the fragrance of
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for the birds! Herman J. Heidrich hopes. We believe that it is!. addition to your home and a conversation piece

&. Sons the seed of a gigantic tree LAKE LIVING that will fascinate your guests!
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a half years ago, has a circulation HOMES in small carton to prevent postol damage). The tops from
day or night, of 25,000. 116 FT. ELEVATION two cartons of Bluebird Chilled Citrus Juice. Moil to BLUE-
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your ," the Cardinal said. "It i fc: C.-.I 145 Mol.,....J--W-.r.... offer expire. i December 31, 1963 and is void when restricted
appliance dealer. J \. J V. :; 2 BLOCH BROTHERS prohibited .r taxed by law.
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service to public opinion-tc> visit to the chapel at St. Mary's Home, Jacksonville n.. ... .....i..e1w... ORANGE JUICE

7&IMr inform it, to,explain events In' shows youngsters praying for their individual :: ---. ::

FLORIDA POWER LIGHT CO.. FLORIDA IS FULL the light-.-'of the teaching oi f needs. Catholic Charities helps fill these needs throughthe :. CiIr s-. .: id1JrvIi

Hilplng Build FlorU OF DANDEE MOMS Christ." annual collection for orphans Sunday, February 17. .............................




I Boarding Homes Used j.- .4 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 15, 1963 Page Seven

I Joe Williams

/ For Child I ; I

; Foster Care Championship Golf Puts Odd

& nu V L__ Yw ow _
*v 'iner jonn d. emnan In our Diocese we have twc>> You and your caseworker

Executii'e: Secretary children's homes where we! "ill work out the details of Pressure on Top ContendersIT

j Board of Catholic Charities keep the children until we! placement.A .

FOSTERAGE is as old as the, have worked out a suitable> monthly board rate Is was a new, tormenting experience for open champion

i We find ref'm foster home plan for them. We! paid which is expected to cover Jack Nicklaus and his comment must have sounded odd
1 erence to fosterage in the make a definite effort to place' the cost to of
early you caring for to anyone unversed in the metaphysics of golf .
!, Jewish codes and in each child In a foster home 1 I the child in
even home. The
pagan L your "It was the first time I ever had a five-stroke lead and
codes such as the Brehon laws. within a few months of comingto 'amount varies according to -- -
3 I didn't know what to do with it" What
Of coarse, mince the time the child's The in
us.We age. agency i the star 23-year-old did was to blow it
j as
of Christ
it has
been regarded would like to pay a addition will supply clothing,
as' Christian to take care of special tribute to our foster medical and dental care and _lI- others have done in the past, and still

I those In need especially, the parents throughout the Diocese certain other Incidental ex --. others will do as long as the g a m e is

children. who give an essential penses. It is assumed of course, .. played. Walter Hagen was among the firstto

I For centuries until the advent service to the children and to that this child is accepted as enunciate that the burden is harder on

I of the Industrial Revolution Catholic Charities. part of your family and will be the pace-setter than on the come-from-

: with the increase and concentration When a child has to be treated like the other children. I behinder. This was the voice of experience;

of population, children away from his own parents because While you, as foster parents, & Hagen had blithely picked up five strokes ,

I, whose parents had died of death or family prob- are responsible for the day to over the last 18 to collar the leader, then
were taken care of within the lems day care of the child, the : I -' .. -- "
for either a short or a case- ; ; neat nun lor nis second national open
extended family or clan circle. long time, your. good Catholic worker representing Catholic 1' ti' title. This sort of thing is more common to golf than to I

They were accepted into the example, your day-to-day care, Charities carries overall responsibility : ____ _..L_ JL
I) homes of relatives or friends interest, understanding and affection for the child. any ouier sport. nothing to lose. Thus, free of

who gave them a normal up- are vital for his development The caseworker is re ponslble involved Probably in no golfer was ever tension, he could swing naturally
a more monstrous
bringing in a family atmos and growth, spiritually for any changes in living take chances he'd nor-
collapse than the incomparableBob
phere.In physically and emotion arrangements, such as I 4frS. .; i. ._ Jones in the '29 at mally avoid.A .
the late 15th and the k t.i ii 4 / $ open
early ally. arranging for the child's return t statistical survey would
16th century, with the advent to his c,. '1 aS .-n_...__________ .__ Winged Foot. He led by four
own home. show claim
I There Is satisfaction in probably as some ,
help- strokes with
of the poor laws in England, ing a child through a difficult The caseworker is a profes- FAVORITE IDlE OF DAY AT ORPHANS' HOME only four holes to that more golfers ride into
when all of sudden hecouldn't
go a
we had the rise of institution- sional and is there to help
t type care for the poor which period. and the child in your home you Twilight at St. :Mary's Home, Jacksonville, in the boys' cottage, finds these young hit the ball leaders than on over intrinsic prostrate merit.In .

I was adopted here by the early how does a couple become with any problems he may charges of the Sisters of St. Joseph waiting their turn for the viewer. Sister Ann By the time he reached the how many championships

i\ settlers of the United States. foster parents? What is the have. To carry this joint responsibility Patrice explains highlights of the time of Christ as the boys look at color slides of 72nd green all that was left of has Sam Snead alone left the

I Children's institutions for the procedure_ ? you work to- the Holy Land. Foster home planning for lads like these rests with Catholic Chari- his impregnable lead was a door open for lesser players to
-- --
(! orphans were part of that pt- Our Catholic Charities agencies gether. ties of the Diocese. You are asked to support the annual collection on February 17.MORNING mocking 19-foot putt for a tie. enter?
; tern. are now located In six areas Somehow, in this instant of Much of Arnold Palmer'scelebrity ,

: I Many religious communities of the Diocese-Jacksonville, dazed desperation, he managedto
attaches to his melodramatic -
I did fine work with the children Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlando WI Bishop Asks sink it. Next day he won the stretch runs.

i In these early institutions. Eau Gallie (Brevard County | playoff by 23 strokes. In most of these he has had

Later, in some areas for ) and Ormond Beach (Volu- Overnight Jones had changed
I For Annual the cooperation in some degreeof
back from hacker to master.
example, Catholic Charities in sia-Flagler Counties). emotionally spent leaders.
I What had happened in the interim
Cleveland, Ohio-a new idea You may telephone any of One magnificent exception
Science ?
:i developed: the cottage plan these offices usually from Day stands out

which made for a more homelike 9-5, :Monday through Friday s_ Probably not exactly what That would be, of course his
atmosphere for childrenIn and the social worker in charge : .. WASHINGTON (NC)-Bishop happened to Jack victory in the '60 open when he
r when his enabled
institutional will the Fulton J. Sheen has lapse Gary
foster settings. begin procedure.The pro retrieved seven lost strokes on
Then we began to wonder if social worker has to posed inauguration of an an- Player to catch him at the the closing round; with birdson

the institution was the best check your home to see thatit : nual science Sunday when per- final hole at Palm Springs.But five of the first six holes,

solution to use in caring for is adequate and to recommend sons of all religious faiths something equally dan. he was out in 30, back in 35.
dependent children. "Could it for state licensing, could join in thanking God for gerous. In the euphoria of effortless Faith may move mountains,

the love of foster father and which is mandatory. The agency z the blessings of modern sci competition his concentration but booming drives, pinpoint

mother be found in the institution tries 'to plac'a child with ': ence."We came apart. irons and 20-foot putts provide
?" we asked. you to whom you can be help- have not been' sufficiently Nicklaus surrendered to a their own miracles.
\ mindful such bless. temptation front runners, especially -
Therefore, people began to That Nicklaus was able to
I ful.The ings from God," he said.: when they are young,
think in
I terms of foster homes. caseworker will talk come back and clobber Playerin
Today all social agencies who over with you vhat we know "So at least on one Sunday find almost impossible to resist the championship playoff is
: to: play it safe .
of the should
care for children have large about the child being considered ear we sufficient evidence the chubby
foster home programs. for placement in your : Him for these great blessings what if you waste a shot or Ohio Stater learns quickly.ORLANDO.
: of material civilization 1 two? With the lead you have
home. The child will also be our ,

( prepared, as far as possible, for S r, 1t said the national director of you can still win handily

ORLANDOFRANK coming to your home an.d will 'r S 55 'p'S*#4 the Society for the Propagation 'enough.
sS of the Faith and This may be sound reasoning
have a physical examination . ; auxiliary
beforehand. Bishop of New York. 'in banking but It's generally

A. DELUCA The New York prelate, speak- :murderous in golf. To think 14k. Religious Items
ALTERATIONS ADDITIONS 'conservatively is one thing; to
ing to some 700 men and Sterling Rosaries
REPAIRS FREE KSTIMATtS at the annual worni j i impart the :MacTavish instinctto
en Next to Publlv
Uttnted Jt B nded Builder Diaper the swing is quite often
breakfast here of the Catholic 2300 Edgewater Drive
PIIONE GA 2-1593 fws. C Service Apostolate for Mass Media'another hold-back style.

IOU Lk. "''.Ide.* Dr.-Orlando 2300 t;. Robinson Avc.Kvrry Lw... :. a ,,,. r -' (CAMM), said greater recognition When a rhythmic swing, a GRAY'S JEWELRY
( natural flow of movement, is
'* $ e "of values outside our
dlaprr' rinsed In jro ,
subjected to abrupt change of
tilaprrene antlntptlc selves" is a principal means,of
Diaper laboratory tested patriotism the tempo timing suffers, control Furniture Raupholstered
Chil'dren'sCfothes' S For baby's health, happiness more among
a __ departs. At Prices You Can Afford
I: Line Sanitary' drodorlzrd diaper Bishop Sheen's remarks, telecast Player, five shots back, had Free Estimates
p IU1'opular ]no alternative but to gamble, E&S REUPHOLSTERING
locally, said TV arouses
S styled diapersYour r-
Finest jn Clothing new baby maitadnePhonfl various emotions, all good in 'having everything to gain, 2011 y So. Orange Ave.

For Girts&C Boys 4SJ-1I77-IJA PA KtSE; i.. '- -- themselves, in people. He add- GA 51717WALTER
Member Diaper< Perr. Ind. A sn.FranrhUed I Thomas More Medal
1101% Edfrwatrr Dr. GA 4-7738' .
Diaper Servle STAR SCHOOL ed if such emotions are aroused
Handicapped children's recess time at Star School finds without a proper objective, MENGES
a Morning ? two playing they become "mythical and un- rho m a !s More Association
checkers and two kibitzers. They aren't able to play sandlot baseball but they make *medal has been awarded to Clothier To MenThe

Jersey Jug Dairy up for it at their own school where they learn to get along in a group and other lessons real.Americans owe "a great *Random House, Inc., New York Finest In 1fen'8fear

k lILY TilE BEST FOR LESS so essential to their sound young minds. Three of these schools are helped by debt to the world, which canI publisher, for publishing Robrt 200 S. ORANGE AVEL

Farm Fresh Milk and Milk Products the annual Charities collection Sunday. not be satisfied by taxes or E; Bolt's play, "A Man for All Across From St. James

At Our Cash and Carry Drive-Ins foreign aid," the Bishop said, easons"; in book form.

4814 No. Orange Blossom Trail Cl 54)320) "'tI. .*W',..:;:*- '>-.. .f" '.'p.S-- .S :JI'' Ih '. Y" stressing greater use of TV Dan Herr, association present -
\ : ', id, said it is the first timen orncE: SUPPLIES
"'* ,, :.. and world education.
.t", f." of the FINE
l the history
1ItJ'! ..+.: -S ": "We have not only an obligation eight-year I"Ar"RO.'FICF. EqUIPMENT
IT :
.; I" ward that it has been
_ to educate people by
READY-TO-WEAR SUITS From $39.95 icnted; for a play. Presentation CAREFULLY SELECTED GIFTS
but do
means, to so a GREETING CARDS
MADE-TO'-ORDER SUITS From $69.95 ally responsible way," he em- c J>>>f the award has been sched- SCHOOL SUPPLIES

MILITARY. AND BAND UNIFORMS phasized. \J lIed for February 17 here. BRADFORDSSfafioners1

FORMAL RENTALS AND SALES Bishop Sheen said the na

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strengthen Western civilizationis LEWISCOBBEXTERMINATING 310 Park Ave., South
"a nobler burden than we
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know, perhaps a greater bur-
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Provides Excellent Benefits St. Anthony of P dua have

started here today.St. .
At Low Cost k
Anthony's body was
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Kuykendall Insurance Agency Clyde King, right, Troop 31's scoutmaster, received a K of C trophy for outstand- This occurred 32 years after
the Franciscan Saint's death CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
ing scouting at the Jacksonville observance of Catholic scouting this month. More
452-6681 P.O. and 31 years after his canon 102 ,t". Church 8U, Orlando 108 Park Ave., Winter Park
Box 3711 I, Orlando than 300 Boy Scouts were at the Mass that marked Scout Sunday. Later, trophies ization.St. .

went to nine outstanding boys from as many troops. Pictured with Mr. King are, Bonaventure, who was

ORANGE COUNTY from left, Danial J. Lhotka, John R. Montgomery, James Heekin, David Kelemen; minister general of the Franciscans SWIMMINPOOL

back row, Horace Williamson, Gary' Lewis, John Currington, Richard Hendron, Phil at that time, found that Sales & Service;

I, BERG VAULT Co. lip Losonsky, Dona Lee Christian, Harlow Everett Williamson, guest speaker, although St. Anthony's body Design -Construction- Chemicals!

& $ : : SINCE 1946 -AIR SEALED is chief scout executive of the North Florida Council. had fallen to dust the tongueof Equipment- Service

REINFORCED CONCRETE the famed preacher was preserved Model at 4121 Edgewater Drive .

A BLAKEOFFICE Dances. Banned and had a lively red Glazed Marble Finish
Cleaners & St. Anthony was canonizedby
ONLY THE FINEST IS GOOD ENOUGH Laundry Dances for elementary and

To" Be Sure REQUEST IT Dependable Featuring'Fabric Care OFFICE SUPPLIESMI junior been high banned school by the stud"entsba.e Cath- and Pope declared Gregory a Doctor IX in of 1232 the Why not live In Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres

AL )MUSZYNSKI JR.. Owner- )Member St. James 4315: Edgewater Dr., OrlandoWINTER : 7-2652: olje School Board of the Providence Church in 1946 by Pope Pius We have a home designed for your family

Our Advertisers help supportour -Monsignor Arthur T. Geoghe-

newspaper Do you.help gan. diocesan superintendentof 5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922
schools, commented that
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ftfJr "dances, while a good form of FORD FACTORY DEALER

recreation are an aspect of
U MERCY MEDICAL 'social :life begun too early" at SAVE ON YOUR THOMSON & McKINNONIN
Ii..V ct these NEW CAR DEAL
: .:. S. CENTER class. levels. He said the

PARK, FLORIDA high school dance issue "may Ph. SINCE 1924
Still Needs Your Help. take a long time in study before W. : '
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;# Page Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 15, 1963' : Dates AnnouncedFor

i NCWC Education, Legal Departments FS.' High School

ii' '

) Experts Tell Congress School Bills a :\. '.:',.-w >-. .{ Entrance JACKSONVILLE -Tests Father

'\) Can and Should Aid All Education i ., '> __ esan Mortimer released Department Danaher the of schedule of Educationhas the dioc-for

WASHINGTON (NO)The National Catholic Welfare Conference's experts in education < .' .,;'. -< LJ&; .- I ____ high school entrance examinations
for eighth students.
1 i and in constitutional law have told a house committee that federal aid proposals ...
\ The tests will be given by the
should ana Include
can- debate at the elementary and that federal assistance to private University of Dayton. The

education. secondary level a luxury or elementary and secondary 4 schedule follows:

ll 0 n s I g nor Frederick G. waste of time since the issues schools is constitutional to the a r ,t E Saturday, February 23: Clear-

Hochwalt, director of theNCVC's involve Cod-given as well as extent of the public functionthe 4 # _. water Central Catholic High
) education department, constitutional rights," he em private school system ful- ---0..... School, Bishop Barry High

described as "totally unac=ep- phasized. fills. _____ School In St. Petersburg, Tam-

1 table" and "discriminatory"administration'seducation the "Although the debate has Stating that some five anda .A1 r' .. ......+. .,.. -.,:, pa Catholic High School and
section of the
been going on for years, and half million children are in # .... ,- Santa Fe High School in Lake-
bill which would 3
seems endless, we m u s t remember -private schools, he said that J S land.
assist public schools but not that many of the the Catholic school system In :M .'. :: Saturday, March 2: Father
"P L ,
private education. rights of American citizens New York alone is larger than Lopez High School in Daytona
William R. Consedine, direc-
NCWC's would still be denied them had the public school enrollment in Beach and Melbourne Central
tor of the legal department -
this nation conceded that apparently -34 states. r d0?3xe fira Catholic High School.
that there is
argued Saturday, March 9: Cardinal
endless debates should
The Illinois Catholic school
constitutional barrier to
no Mooney High School in Sarasota -
have been abandoned.
congressional utilization of population tops the public .V'T -- '
Bishop Moore High
parochial and other private On the question of constitu- school enrollment in 23 states JACKSONVILLE BEACH PARISH PLANS FOLLOW-UP TO PLEDGES
School in Orlando, St. Joseph
schools to help accomplish a tionality, Monsignor Hochwalt and the California Catholic Leaders met last week with Father James J. Heslin ville Beach; from the left, seated, Herbert A. Wisham, Academy in St. Augustine and

purpose established by govern- said that NCWC is confidentand schools enroll more children to outline procedures for effective follow-up work on Paul V. :McHenry; standing, M. F. Atwood, Dr. JamesSt. Bishop Kenny High School in

ment, such as "national de has the assurances of lead- than the'public school systemsin Paul's building expansion fund pledges in Jackson-. Lyons and William A. Allyn, coordinator. Jacksonville.

fense" in the 1958 national ing constitutional authorities-. 17 states.. ., he noted... .._.... .. ____ ... ', -- ,. !!,( A .Nd 4 ...............---. '. ... :,.. _
...,,'" ...-...-...:..---,.,. ,. '....,.'*.'.\I. "' <'< ., % :+: r :N .r-'*r' :3 ; wwwR3! + yl. 'e mR -"'"
defense education act. In Colorado
The two appeared last week 4N ,

before committee the for house nearly education two Law Seen Allowing State To


; Monsignor a 10-minute Hochwalt statement presented Give All Schools Some BooksDENVER

of comment on the adminis-
tration's omnibus bill. (NC)-A Denver attorney has said here that

lie and Consedine then answered private and parochial school students are entitled to tax-

questions.In paid textbooks in secular subjects under existing Colorado

his statement, Monsignor -.'- j; : law. reason why textbooks ia
Hochwalt said the bill's T. Raber
pro- -v Taylor: a specialist secular subjects could not be

posal to spend $1.5 billion in ___ in constitutional law, pointedto provided for public and pars

four years on public grade and tY Colorado's free textbook chial school students on an

high schools is rejected by the ..rf k statute of 1887, which calls for equal basis.

NCWC as "unfair to a large "free textbooks for the use of
"Our children are being
segment of the educational all."
S drafted to learn the same sec
population. Mr. Taylor, addressing a ular subjects as the children
He had praise, however, for x
Denver father's club said that
the schools"
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benefitsin -
the "well-conceived" DIOCESE LAUNCIIES NEW ORLANDO OFFICE OF CHARmES WITH BOARD'S ORGANIZATION since 1940 "hundreds of thousands he said. "It is In the Interestof
several other parts of the
big bill, chiefly the section for Diocesan Board of Catholic Charities officials joined local clergy Thomas J. Aglio, the new office's executive secretary; Father Vincentin of dollars" h a v e been our nation as well as In the

loans to colleges for construc- Orlando in early October of 1962 to launch the new Catholic Charities E. Smith, John Hage, Father T. Leo Danaher; back row, Benedict spent by the state to providefree interest of our state that all
texts for "homebound, hose
tion of academic facilities, Bureau there with its own board of directors. Present at the community Vinicky, Monsignor Charles A. Bartok, :Monsignor Harold F. Jordan, pitalized and handicapped" stu children today be given proper

grants to help college libraries board organization were, from the left-front row, Father John F. Wells, Father William G. Neidert C.PP.S., Father Terence J. Farrelly, James dents. education"Mr.

expand and grants to graduate Father John J. Lenihan, Mrs. Russell Daniel, Miss Kathleen Reilly, Agnew and Monsignor Patrick J. Trainor. Noting this precedent forgiving Taylor called for "dill-
gent education of our neigh
schools for construction pur-
UrgesBusinessmen textbooks students
or expansion of faculty.But to bors and ourselves" to underline
poses Coming Events who are not in public school,
the issue of justice In-

that inclusion Monsignor of Hochwalt the college said to Set House in Order This column ll.te future benefit, epee[.[ meeting and event .[ more he said are parochial entitled to school the same students volved in efforts to win equal

program in the same bill with than local Interest. AdT no* .0Uce'.r regular meetingwill bo .."&. treatment under the existinglaw. treatment for all studenu.JACKSONVillE.

the highly controversial proposal Card party, fashion show, Carnival, Bishop Barry
for aid to elementary and Root Out Any Dishonest PracticesTORRINGTON February 15, sponsorship of High i School, St. Petersburg,

secondary public schools endangers Sacred Heart Guild, Jackson- February 22, 23, 24; sponsors, He argued that the 1887 text-
book law does not limit its
ville Garden Center.
of students
parents at
the passage of the Connecticut (NC-A plea for American businessmen to "set their benefits to public school students -
Englewood 15-
February and at Notre Dame
higher education recommendations. "houses in order" and root out dishonest made to of executiveshere
practices was a group 16, St. Raphael parish ba- Academy. only. And Colorado
by a Priest-specialist in toward the common good and courts have ruled, he said that
zaar barbecue chicken din.ner
; George Washington's birthday
He suggested that the adminIstration Father McInnes said the gT>irLAROO
business education. an even more widespread sym- "where plain words with
evening of February 16.
broken American free enterprise system party, February 22,
measure be "
into bills for higher educationand up Father William C. Mclnnes pathy for the common crook. exists because the social Parish fair, St. Mary First Federal Savings and plain meaning are used by the

SJ., associate dean of the Bos- Father Mclnnes declared structure permits it. Church, Rockledge at Cocoa Loan Building, 8 p.m.; fashions leggslajure, not even the courts

for pre-college schooling. ton College school of business that "everyone knows that Armory, 4.10 p.m., February by Gibbs-Louis, cards; have the'right to add a technical

"This division will, 0 f administration, told the Tor- stealing is wrong, yet we readin But he warned that "as 16. for St. John Vianney parish, qualification or excep- ...

course," he said, "arouse the rington area industrial'man- the press a sympathetic account abuses continue, we may find Benefit dessert card party, Orlando. tion." old debate about public and of million dollar more and more control of bus-
why a
agement club that business February 16, 1-4 p.m., Huntington Mardi Gras dance, Saturday Mr. Taylor said "no one
private schools. If so, let us embezzler did what he did." iness enterprise taken over by
must police itself or some out- Hotel, St. Petersburg; ', February 23, Lakewood would expect that Catholic
have that debate, but let us not side agency such as the gov- He said stealing today is the government. Outside solu- sponsors, St. Ann CDA. Country Club, St. Petersburg; textbooks, such as catechisms, Too* ., ...... M. .....d1L
be because
tions enforced
the at the "because may
jeopardize harmony ernment will be forced to do lightly regarded Valentine dessert card sponsored by Blessed Trinity that reflect Revelation or the wuaIt
higher level which already everyone seems to be doingit. society may d e e m that busInesses -
the job. do not assume their party, February 16, 1:30 p.m., Men's Club. fullness of Catholic thinking
exists and which promises so "Today" he said, "there St. Jude school cafetorium, Holy Rosary's Mardi Gras would be supplied by a public and when yon buy, pIeut
many satisfactory outcomes. MAVe have in the mid.0th proper responsibilities. "
St. Petersburg. Sponsor, St. dance Garden Club of Jack- authority. buy from a Florida Cithottt
"We do not consider the seems to be widespread apathy century developed a doubletanda'I't He called for a return to
Jude Guild.Indian sonville, February 23, 9 p.m. But, he said, there is no advertiser.FREE .
self-control and restorationof
the Priest-educator a
Mardi Gras dance, Satur- .
Rocks Beach
declared.) conscience in business ac parish
1 SCHOOLSSAINT "Just as some businesses tivity. hall, spaghetti dinner, 5-7 day, February 23, 7:30 p.m., PARKING :TBBB ....aJUJrG'ES.r
Egyptian Room, Cherry Plaza
keep two sets of books, one for The use of "courage and p.m., February 16; Holy Name
Hotel, Orlando; Bishop Moore : e R.t..tt J".G' PHARMACYRELIABLE :
Society of St. Jerome Church.
themselves and another for imagination" will solve the
JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN Home and School Associa :.i. _
taxes, businessmen have a problem, he advised. Rummage sale, February tion. rHE8CItIrTI SEKYICB

BEACH tendency to keep a standardfor "If we expect a code of ethicsto 16-17, Frenchtown; Women's Drug, Cosmetic, Clf** fend Camera Pep itmai<
Resident and day school for girls- grades one through eight. Guild, Blessed Sacrament Dance, February 23: 9-1 Free .. .
their business lives and a be adhered to by our public Pickup and Delivery; JwaClh. and o4a ..
Extensive grounds In a hilly and picturesque region. Large swim- standard for their private lives. officials, we must also expect Church, Tallahassee. p.m.. K of C hall, St. Petersburg 1038 Blandlnr Blvd KV .-.,.,<< s-etia .

ming pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art, "In both instances," he a code or a standard to be followed Swiss steak dinner, February ; St. Raphael Guild. D. Q. EASTEBLIXO. OW'JI8r.Mauac.
dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint 17 noon Third annual Mardi Gras
charged, "a total audit is rarely by our business and pro-
Joseph. For further Information apply to: Sister Directress, Hall dinner dance, Holiday Inn,
taken." fessional leaders," he said. Masaryktown, St. Mary HARDEN THE
Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen Beach. Altar Society, sponsor.YourCatholi February 23, benefit of St.

r Patrick's; parish Woman's Rowers for all occasion
Warns of Varied
Theologian Club, Gainesville,
t : .OI sponsor. SAY IT WITHHARDEN'S
All Parishes, February 17 ( ) FLOWERS It:
AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA Marriage Failure ReasonsST. Teresa parish, February 23, 3315 LIBERTY ST.

Resident and Day School for Girl, Grades! 7-12 Forty Hours Devotion, 7:30 p.m., Titusville's new -- EL 6-8139

Academic and commercial course Fully accredited Citizens Bank Building.
Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor PAUL (NC)-Marriage failure is assured for many Holy Cross Church, Palmetto, Barbecue and bazaar, St.

further particulars address: Sister Directress by the American cultural pattern, ,a theologian has told a February 1719.
Ham 'n' Yam dinner, February Bernard Church grounds,
group of married couples .._ _. :. Holmes Beach
? February.
d'" UC AU a n cause U. mar 17, Bishop Moore High RAYfSPHOTO

here. riage failure and charged School, Orlando; Margaret "Fastnachtfest" festival, St.

Father John J. O'Sullivan, "the dating system fosters Mary Women's Guild, spon- Ignatius parish Tarpon \ STUDIO
S professor of moral theology at selfishness. Springs, barbecued chicken -

Florida'sCatholic St. Paul Seminary and formerly He defined sanctity in the sor.Card party, fashion show, dinner 1230-6:30 p.m., parish "tM $ Weddings-Porirafa
I a sociology professor at the hall February 21.
context of marriage as "great Christ the King benefit, Jacksonville ,

Catholic University of America capacity to love and great capacity Southside Women's Mission, February 24-28, -Group

spoke recently at an organizing to accept ,rejection." Club, February 19. St. Anthony Church, Brooks- Plastic
of Confraternity of Laminating
Collegeof Too many young people, he Dessert card party, February ville. a
Christian Doctrine
parenteducator said, think that happiness is 19, memorial civic Titusville Women's day of 3733 Main Street El 6-9040

"Good groups.marriages in fam- something to be found in mar tente, Clearwater Beach, St. recollection, S 1. Teresa I 1-Day Serrlc on Photo 71al.Uaf
run riage. Instead, they must "workat Cecelia Women's Club. Church, March 3, 1-1 p.m.
ilies, Father O'Sullivan said.
i I' marriage as you work at any- Our Lady of Lourdes Ham and roast beef dinner,
set in childhood and '
"They are
thing else that can improve or Woman's Club dessert card St. Brendan hall Ormond
He singled out selfishness deterioriate," He said. party, February 19, 1 p.m., at Beach, March 3,3-7 p.m.; Holy BROWN MOTORSBody

IDstinctionFor He urged parents to foster"a the parish school, Daytona Xame Society sponsor.
spirit of moderation and Beach. & Fender Work- Baked Enamel or Lacquer
Southwest Holy X a m e
sacrifice" in their children."A Insurance Claims Handled Promptly
Home baked ham
Young Men and Women SOLD! good parent knows whatto Sodality of St. :Mary of Lakes Church Rally, March, .Englewood.Southwest 10, St.. Raphael Seat Covers and Convertible Tops 1,

give and what to withhold," parish, Eustis, February 20, Pick Up and Delivery Service
Coast Women'scouncil
III Father O'Sullivan said. 6 p.m., parish hall.
"The purpose of marriage is mf't"tlngIarch 14, EX 8-7407 E
..R Chicken pilau supper, Feb Englewood.
to be holy by doing what .
WRITE III ruary 20, 5-8 p.m.. St. Ambrose
you are supposed to do," which parish hall, Moccasin St. Patrick's Day Barbecue 1244 Kings Ave. I

!II.. Your products when you includes having children, educating Branch, Elkton. Dinner, Sunday, March 17,

": advertise them often In them and "helping each 12305 p.m., Good Counsel SOUTHSIDEHOLY -
other on the way to God"ACADEMY Camp, Inverness Floral I
20 8 Univer-
- February p.m.
iii Park Avenue City; sponsored by Holy'
SAINT LEO COLLEGE Name Society and Catholic
I OF THE HOLY NAMESResident Xorth, Winter Park; sponsored -
Women's Club Our of
I and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully by Club.St. Margaret MaryWoman's Fatima Mission, Inverness.St. NAME ACADEMYSAN

j. accredited. Program Includes: college preparatory and general ANTONIO
SAINT LEO FLA. courses music art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy Spring hat she*, card Paul Guild Faster Monday .
I Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa, Ro da. party, San Jose Parish Guildat card party, Jacksonville, by the Benedictine Sisters
Bishop Kenney High April 15. Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through

school cafetorium, Jackson- twelve Academic and commercial courses and private
Presently offering first two
years ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident ville, February 21, 8 p.m. Low Sunday Pilgrimage to classes In the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with

Affiliated with the Catholic University of America Oldest Mission, St. Augustine, private lake In healthful
a location
and day school for girls!; on shores of beautiful St. Martin's Guild benefit Florida April 21. provides opportunity

Order of Saint Benedict of Florida Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. New card party, St. :Mary Hall, for all sports.

buildings. AH sports, music, art dramatics. Directed by St. Petersburg, February 21, Convention, St. Augustine FULLY ACCREDITEDFor

1 Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar, 1:30 p.m.; benefit Immaculate Diocesan Council of Catholic further information address
Conception parish. Women, Tampa, April 22-24.



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5 .. ,. ) .W' .."'.*: --_ w'. .' :: "" _""""'". ''''' '_'_''''' The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 15, 1963 Page Nina
j Vatican Sees New Problems 4 iLr' .1" I _

t': ..
Father John A. O'Brien

I t Posed by Tourism's Growth

iI i Visit to Church Memorable

I VATICAN CITY (NC-The Holy See has expressed _

l"Yb\ 0"STOwinc concern Uig* over f lounsm.The .the. moral and religious problems posed by : For Leading to ConversionDO

jJ of tourism constitutes todayone
I Holy
i if disclosed in a letter anxiety written was'bj of the most urgent prot you know how you can share your holy Faith witha

A m let 0 Cardinal Cicognanl, lems. from the point of view churchless friend or neightor? The method is as

j both of its great importance simple as it is effective.
1 f papal of
secretary state, U teaching of Jesus concerningthe
4 Pietro Cardinal and of its effect on the religious Bring your friend to Mass,
Clriacl prefectleaf Real Presence", as recorded
the sacred and moral customs of the ChriJ- _\ some other service, or simplyto
congregation of in the sixth chapter of St.
1 i the council. The letter was tian people. visit our Eucharistic Lordin John's Gospel.

i written on behalf Pope John I Is -well aware, L__ the tabernacle. Then tell him "
of Pope John "I am the living bread said
\ k OCIII.The. the Cardinal wrote, of new ______ : about the Real ,_ ? ,_ ...
: "' Jesus, "that has come down
habits already Introduced by Presence, give : "'<'
) C ) congregation of the tourism. : him some'SCatholic ffllr! r from heaven. If anyone tat of
f(}I c mcil Is sponsoring the first These were seen as "customs ) literature <, ) ,: this bread he shall live orer
: congress of Italian clergy of : and the bread that I will gl,'e
which could have a negative Influence and encourage J
i t Jurist centers to be held Feb-- on the observance of him to .\ :.,,/, '.. .:F is mj flesh for the life of feworld.
c < ,, "
I J Juary 18 to 22 In Rome. .
holydays, or religious practice, continue to
Cardinal The Jews argued with on?
t Cicognani pointed on youthful morality and on pray and to
j another, saying, "How can this
out the tlnielincs.3 of the
the framework
very of the come to church
I coming congress nnd said: family if the necessary provi. ii 4.11_ with you. Thefruitfulnes9 I man give us his flesh to eat?
\ -- Knowing their thoughts,
I, 1 "There is no one who can sions are not taken in time." L of
not'see 3- : -' S Jesus said:
that the rapid growth The letter also underlinedthe this method is Illustrated In the
"Unless eat the flesh of
positive elements of tour n4'1Vn1i'&i"1"1".............. i"1"1"&V'fTI14'4ii. : n W.TT' fli'. 'rri'. ,.,.i-iii a.n"E'1II. >.T."fT"E'C'. conversion of Mrs. Marvin Kof- you
LI .
"J' T I4ZLJAA: v.a.a ".a.& 4.'I-4 "flI .a..a.a.a"A: J. Jd t" AU.I. the Son of Man, and Jrink his
: ism, saying that "all those or. In the past four months offices of Catholic :Miss fron of Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
Daytona Beach regional secretary; Kathleen Reilly, Monsignor William J. blood, ;you shall not have life
ganizations are to be en- Charities Bureau, Inc., of the Diocese have doubled in Mullally: P.A., V.F., Mrs. Edmond F. McKeown: Mrs. who narrated these details. in you. lIe who eats my flesh

f f ccuraged which, inspired by a number. Six now serve the parishes. One of the new Lloyd A. Rensel; back row, :Matthew F. Komatz Jr., I was reared a Presbyterianand and drinks my blood has life
Christian vision of life. permit went to church and Sun
Furniture Books tourism to operate in a climateof ones is that at Daytona Beach. Present when its community Walter F. Phelan, Frank :MacDonald, John W. Callahan day school. My interest in the everlasting and I will raise him

\ Gutting Cards peaceful and happy relaxa- board of directors organized last month were, and Joseph F. Bergen. The telephone of the Daytona: Catholic religion began whenwe up on the last day. For my

t LLOYD COX tion, both physical and moral." from the left, front, Mrs. Helen McGarrity, executive Beach agency is 677-7864. visited Catholic relatives In flesh Is food indeed, and" my
blood is drink Indeed, (John
Cardinal CiriacI, in turn, In Bellevue and went to Mass with

1} Office Supplies a letter addressed to Luigi Cardinal SW Deanery Archbishop Alter Says Top Priority them. 6,51-56)Then. at the Last Supper

t Traglia pro-vicar Though only child and with
I II I B North Beach Street general The meeting of the worn. a Jesus fulfilled His promise,

( CL 2.3473 of Rome, indicated some en's board of directors of the virtually no knowledge of the when He took bread, blessed

\f\ specific problems of tourism. Southwest Coast Deanery Is/ Equal Economic Chance for NegroCINCINNATI Catholic religion, I felt a.closeness and broke It, saying, "Take and
Cardinal Traglia will presideover to God experiencedbefore.
I will be held never for this Is "
\ \ on Wednesday,, eat; my body.
\VhlU la Dajtona Death stop at the congress. February 20, lOUJO a.m. in St. (NC-Archbishop Karl J. Alter of Cincinnati has said here that Then taking the chalice.

f 1 KAY'S Restaurant Cardinal CiriacI said that Joseph hall, Bradenton. All economic opportunity for the Negro Is the top priority item in the field of social justice. The reverence! and devotionof Jesus gave thanks and gave it
the travel numbers the the
of great of worshipers, singingof
committee chairmen will be'askf "The first thing we must do to them, saying, "All of you
j' 734 Main; StreetUNEXCELLED the faithful and language differences is the Archbishop said. "Let's called a church. The only test the choir and the sermon
d to give brief reports. create economic opportunityfor drink of this; for this is my
FOOD are factors which de. take a realistic, constructive should be whether the schoolis stirred me deeply. I felt I was
( Thursday, March 14, the our colored citizens, he blood of the new covenant,
AT REASONABLE PRICES mand the attention of the attitude, not so much looking meeting the normal stand. in the presence of God, and
told 1000 the
\ spring deanery meeting will men at 27th an- which is being shed for many
\ back at the injustices of the ards of education." found myself praying earnestly
hierarchy. .
\ DELICIOUS bring all affiliations' representativcs nual dinner of the Men of Milford unto the forgiveness of sins"Matthew
past or stirring emotions, to Him.I .
\\ HOMEMADE PASTRIESCUNNINGHAM to Englewood with retreat group last week. up He said the question whether ( 26, 26-28)).
\ POWDER PUFF St. Raphael's Guild members Asserting that this need dis but doing what" we can to solve private schools should share in looked forward to such When Jesus said to the

) BEAUTY SALON ready to extend hospitality. basic," he added: "You know the problem. federal aid to education programs visits!, and I believe it was Apostles, "Do this! In remem
I He also asked the to
as well as I do that the Negro men "hasn't been fully ex during these! that God plant- hrance of me," (Luke 22,19))

f! OIL COMPANY Creative Hair Styling doesn't have the same kind qf "be interested freedom of in educational trying to extend amined and explored." ea the seed of Faith in my He gave them and all Ills

Permanents, Silver Blendingand Women in Tampa opportunity which the white. opportunity heart Bishops and Priests thepower
Tinting person has." to all American chil He suggested that Catholicmen The atmosphere in the homeof of consecrating.Here .

To Plan RetreatsTAMPA Father Charles J. Brannen dren." take the lead in studyingthe our relatives, the Dempe- I perceived Is the

Helen M. grht.nk, on ,7-411 SJ., director of the retreat Referring to proposals for question, but counseled: wolf family, was deeply reli Scriptural basis for the Real
60 0.. AtUnile, Ormond Death : -Mrs. Richard Su- federal aid to education that
"Don't with the idea that Grace said before
Radio house at Milford, conducted by start gious. was Presence-a truth I had sensed
Opp. Coqaln Hotel livan, president of the Wes t bypass! children in the -
parochial those who take different meals and
holy pictures hungon
Dlipatchrdn Jesuits, said there were 3000 a long ago. I and our three eldest
\ Florida Catholic Laywomen'sRetreat and other private
retreatants at Milford in 1962, point of view are anti-Catholic the walls. children were baptized, and
ry PATRONIZE THESEADVERTISERS Association, announces schools, Archbishoi Alter bigots. The fact is that thereis The of those visits
a gain of 100 over 1061. memory my husband, a nominal Catholic -
SOIARHEATheating an important meeting to beheld Archbishop Alter In his saidVe a great deal or misunder- remained with me and prompt. returned to the practiceof
oil WHO SUPPORT on Sunday, February 17, don't want a school
speech also stressed the needfor standing about our position in ed me years: later to study the the Faith. Now our nine
CALL CL 3.7622 YOUR CATHOLIC PAPER at 2:30 p.m. In the St. Lawrence this matter." Crtholic religion. Learning of
children devout Catholics
better educational opportunities are
parish hall, 5225 North Himes
Consultors Work interest, Mrs. Charles Pora-
my to becomr
Avenue Tampa. for Negroes. "This problem needs solution and one hopes a
zil arranged for instructionby
Floyd J. Trcdway's Area directors, parish representatives Too often he said Negro For Council Set ," he said. "Other countries Monsignor my Hruby at St. Brother.Never can I sufficientlythank
lack the to
parents means suflport -
& Co. retreatants have solved it there's no reason Ludmila Church.I .
Daytona Moving Storage i a their children through VATICAN CITY' (XC) -The ; God for the grace of

Agents ALLIED VAN LINES INC. sociate members, and all high school or to send them to Second Vatican Council's expert why we cannot." was fascinated l>f the faith, the seed of which was

DAYTONA DE'TiAXD women interested in participating college. consultants will be on call planted when I first visited a

110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1636 560 So. Blvd.-RE 4-5587 in the retreat movement "Certainly," he stated, "the throughout the council's inter- 1f ? Catholic church and knelt before -

are invited to attend. Negro-g have a great Job aheadof im work but will not be summoned 'S ..'. I our Eucharistic Lord in

them, to lift themselves up.- to Rome in a body, the .. rt------ __ the tabernacle.
Father Laurence E. Higgins, j1
"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS- SINCE I 1881" but it's not because they are secretary general of the counjcll F

spiritual director of the asso.- by nature inferior to others. has stated. Polish Priest Jailed
Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons iation,.advises that five wfek- 6
end retreats and two mid-week! it's because they have been Archbishop Pericle Fe Ii c I : BERLIN (XC) -A court in

denied opportunity for generations said the council's 10 commissions ;. ,. communist-ruled Poland has
have been scheduledby
\ Registered Jewelers retreats "
o' and generations and the secretariat for Father Edmund
S sentenced
122 N. Beach St. CL 2-2552 the West Florida organiza.tion _
Turning to the problem of promoting Christian Unity, Prokopp of Olsztyn to eight
for this the firstto ,
American Gem Society summer; : housing for Negroes, Archbishop which has the status of a com -
months In It
prison, was reported
be held at the of
Academy Alter called It "a very difficult mission, will usually consult in a copy of a commu.
The Names, Bayshore!
Holy problem, but one that the experts by mail. nist received here.
MRS. MOXAHAJi'S Boulevard, Tampa, June 18 t()I newspaper
PRINTING I I we all ought to give very serious In special circumstancesthe The paper said the Priest
RESTAURANT 21, and the remaining closed l
Letter Press & Offset thought to.Ve've gonea president of a commission was convicted of violating a
Home Cooking-Home Made Pies retreats at the Holy Name S
long way toward eliminating ra \ summon one or more experts freedom of
BreakfastLunchDinnerOpen .. law protecting con-
Couchman Printing Co. in San Antonio, beginning
Daily 7 AM.P.M.. Priory legal barriers," he said, "but to Rome, he said. %f' : science because he said, while
J. Mallorj. Owner the weekend of June.
62S Rldxewood social barriers still remain." The work of the commissions -
4'S the funeral of
CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia Opp. Food Fair-Holly Hill 28 and ending July 28. : officiating at an
that John the nine.monthi
which U.re.allcd Tope( during Olsztyn teacher, that atheist
The winter retreat l
XXIII had called for interracial period between the school teachers are exerting a

was held February 1-3 at the justice in his encyclical end of the council's first session harmful influence pupils.
Holy Name Priory in San Antonio .. Slater\ et Magistra and that and the start of the sec _

THE DISCRIMINATING LADY"Individually was filled to capacity,, the Bishops had asked: for it. ond on September 8 is governed Many Inquirers
Styled Permanents be issued when the first
"Surely something can by norms
said Mrs. Sullivan. J.OS ANGELES (XC)-More
done to improve the situation," session ended. ENFEEBLED AGED COUNT ON YOU
attended in.
than 2300
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Page Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday Feb. 15, 1963

Grateful Cuban Family Recognizes

Charities Makes One-Day AppealTo 1e. Sacrifices U. S. Foster Home Makes

Meet Increased Calls for Help
By a Staff Writer grateful to Catholic Charitiesand our son will cause you, with

I "Goodbye, son." This to the foster parents in this out a doubt, some difficult
(Continued from race One) Applications came in on :Mr. Aglio is executive secretary my country. Their feelings of times.
; phrase has been uttered
giving generously this Sunday, the of three or morea of the Orlando Catholic k
average I thanks and appreciation can "This makes us feel even
countless times in the last
he feel assured that a
can every month for admission to one Charities office and holds the
in best be expressed in this excerpt -more grateful to you and we
dollar he gives to Charities will of the diocesan homes and with the two years by parents
same position new
Cuba have sent their from: a letter received constantly pray to God to give
as they
be used to the best
clinics for the aged. Brevard Catholic Char-
County children to the United States. recently which was written by you the happiness that you de-
Family and child welfare During the year Catholic ities Bureau. Mrs. Helen Mc- the parents of a 17-yearold serve for carrying out this
decision to
The separatethemselves
services are provided in the Charities buried five adults Garrity is executive secretaryof from their loved Cuban boy to his foster parents wonderful work of charity.

Jacksonville Catholic Charities and two children, a Christian the Daytona Beach Catholic Y here in Central Florida. "Our affection and esteemfor
office under the aegis of Miss ones is not an easy one, but
not commonly known. Charities Bureau another
charity new children whom
"We have received recent -
it is a necessary one, if the your
Kathleen Reilly, sec
Catholic Charities regional office in the diocesan consider children
Tampa youth of Cuba are to escape letter and frankly we wishto as our own ;
retary. office sent in a service report picture. the influences and indoctri- tell you that nothing can and for your family, as our

During 19G2! 237 childrenwere showing 191 children under The young agencies such as .......-." .,. .. nation of communism there. compare with the happinessyou own family. May the Supreme
cared for or supervisedby foster care and 43 adoptionslast Orlando, that in Eau Gallie / Catholic Charities in cooperation have given us. It has madeus Being grant us an opportunityto

the Jacksonville office. year. The total of child serving Brevard County Cath- 18 YEARS IN COM UJNIST JAILS with the United States so happy and nothing else demonstrate how deep and

The ca. e\vorkers enjoyed the welfare services reported by olic Charities and Mrs. McGarrity' Archbishop Josyf Slipyi, Ukrainian prelate impri- Government has provided fos- could have given us greater sincere is our gratefulness and

services of 144 boarding Miss Martha Franco, executive :" office at Daytona soned these past 18 years by communists, has finally ter homes and education for appreciation."

homes. Sisters of St. Joseph secretary, included the use of Beach Catholic Charities needto been given freedom by his Red jailers; at left, he is these children. It has tried to joy."Of course, we think: that the Catholic Charities is proud

provided loving care to 41 96 boarding homes. Of the total build up a backlog of foster shown before his imprisonment; at right, a more recent instill in them a sense of se- many praises about our son are and privileged to have playeda
little ones, boys and girls, at children under care in the in this. This situationis
and that part
sound exaggerated they were
homes, it was indicated. photograph.Archbishop curity and to provide
St. Mary's Home. Tampa area, a good many were repeated times over
Christian education in a wholesome written at the impulse of ;your many

This is not the entire pictureof Cubans. Free After ,.democratic atmosphere. noble and generous heart. As and the Bureau is. constantly

child welfare services. But Miss Mary Connell's St. Slipyi Although the services of you know, for parents thereis looking for additional foster

Father Lenihan reported one Petersburg office reported to Catholic Charities are directed nothing in the world more homes for these teenage Cuban

statistic that indicates ,the activity Father Lenihan that 50 children 18 Years Soviet Imprisonment primarily to the child, the pleasing than good news about boys. Here can be found ch-

in adoptive studies and were placed for adoptionand parents in Cuba are also being their son. On many occasionswe ity in its fullest sense.
services: Jacksonville Charities 85 children were in board have commented that our
homes. Over 100 (Continual from Page One) bishop Andrei Szeptyckyl. The an initial press campaign, the. served. They can rest assured Cuban Head
placed 55 children for adoptionin AmI e t 0 Cardinal Cicognani, soviet : that their sons are in finer son is in God's hands becauseit
regime at that time soviet
was regime arrested Arch
1962. tions, she said, were receivedfor seems like a miracle that he WASHINGTON (NO The
papal secretary of state, and currying the ''favor of the bishop Slipyi and auxiliaryBishop homes receiving proper guide -
Forty families, he revealed, St. Joseph Manor. Gustavo Cardinal Testa, secre- Ukrainians, and the Lviv By- Nicetas Budka of Lviv ance and direction, and that has found a family so loving, federal government has an-

received major services including Since October, 19G2, the tary of the sacred congregationfor zantine Rite See had a total of Bishop Gregory Khomyshyn ol f[ they are being given an opportunity noble and good as you to live nounced that John Frederick

financial help, hospitalization months covered by Thomas the Oriental Church, calledat 1.3 million Catholics.But Stanislaviv, auxiliary Bishoj to prepare themselves with. Thomas, deputy chief of opera
and counsel. Some 73 Aglio's service report indicatedthat the "We know that during this tions for the Intergovernmental
Archbishop's quartersto by the early spring of Ivan Latyshevsky of Stani_ for life in a free country. !
families received what he 52 Cuban children were him to the private time of his life, directionwill committee for European mIgra-
accompany your
1945, the retreating German sl Xiv, and Bishop Nicholas; This: in itself, is a tremendous -
called "minor" services suchas placed in foster care and overa apartment of the Pope. armies made it opportune for-Charnetsky, apostolic visitatoi. service to the parents be of great assistance to tion, Geneva, will be new director -

groceries, help in one or two score of couples have made The Pontiff and the three who have to contend with so him until he matures, and we of the U.S. Cuban Refugee
the Soviet Union to renew the for Ukrainians of the Byzan
interviews with problems or applications for adoption of prelates went to the Pope'schapel disappointments, hardships are extremely pleased that he Program.
referral to other agencies. small children. ancient Russian persecution of tine Rite in Poland. All were
and said a prayer of' heartbreak and dlfficullies is your company. Secretary Anthony J. Cele-
thanksgiving for the Arch the Byzantine Rite Catholicsof given sentences ranging fro m in their daily living We are aware that for breeze of health, educationand

Professor Cites SerenityAs bishop's: release. The Pope and the Ukraine.On 5 to 10 years. All except Archbishop in Cuba. both of you the work that welfare announced the ap-

I Archbishop Slipyi then con April 11, 1915, following Slipyi are now dead. These brave parents are you are doing on behalf of pointment.
Cardinal's Hall MarkContinued versed alone for about an hour.

The Pope had spoken of the .
Ukrainian prelate's release
( from Tat One) attitudes necessary to assimilate
earlier in the day in the courseof
world. Consider it well. Whenhe the multitudinous.shocks .
an audience in the Clemen
comes to explain his faith which modern
tine Hall of the Vatican whenhe
note how simply he does it. thought delivers tot h e (
blessed the cornerstone for
First, he assumes the existenceof }<':1 It h."
the Lombard seminary. He
God. He does not argue aboutit Dr. Townsend concluded: said: CATHOLICCHARITIES
"Cardinal Newman believedin
"Yesterday evening We received -
the Catholic Church and he -
"Newman's second point was from Eastern Europe a
did not think of the Church as -
this: the difference between stirring consolation for which :
dead hand from the
a past.
man's vision of human perfec- We humbly thank the Lord.
"He thought of it as a living,
tion and the he
imperfection which develops "We regard it as a part of a..:
growing organism -
sees all around him suggestedto
thf'e'tet Providence of Godhich
Newman that in like any other healthy, ... ., .
man was v : .
,,,, ..
\\ can prepare a new impulse "" .n.
some sense out of joint with living organism-never chang- of sincere faith and of ... ,.,..:
its but cultivatingand HIVE ; : ,,
ing identity, : : '
his Creator. y.
defining those potentials peaceful and fruitful apostolate ';':>'' ., :.' APPEAL
"Then ,Newman proceeds to which were in it from the first. for the holy Church {
the third and last point: unless "Whatever difficultiesemerge and for honest souls," he con .,

God wished to abandon man from and tinued.
study research
totally lIe has left some evidence they are met with se- "Let us not disturb the my ;1':
of His Pres nce We cast rene confidence that the objectof terious design to which Go. : }

about for this evidence and investigation is the truth calls all men to cooperate, 1

the Church is the only answer and that the truth however ar- gathering the threads of. a .' .. ,. 4, '",'.''t.'':'.,,..,,". SUNDAY
which commends itself to our rived at is an ally of the cloth which is woven with His > '"; # +, .. ,

intelligence as fitting and Church, which also came from grace and the ready coopera- :
proper. In this simple accept- God." tion of innocent, gentle and : ; -

ance of the Church as the vis- generous souls. You see the 11:1: < FEBRUARY '.

ible representative of God upon emotion and tenderness of the ; "

earth, all difficulties are re AppointmentsTo moment which is in Our heart, : : .

solved." and you will excuse Us from '. ,J.
Hierarchy the further effusions to which :- '. .
Dr. Townsend said: ft.> 'S _.
WASHINGTON (NC) We are inclined." ..' S.'
"In the face of the difficulties .
Pope John XXIII has made Archbishop Slipyi's meeting "
which beset the Faithin
the following episcopal appointments :
with the Pope took place just
our times, Newman Archbishop Egi- one week short of his 71st

equipped the modern Catholic dio VaRnozzi, apostolic delegate birthday. A year earlier, the

with the psychological in the United States, announced Ukrainian Catholic Bishops of

here Wednesday: the free world had called on ST. MARTIN'S CLOAK

Peace Corps Said Bishop James A. McNulty their people to observe a special -
is transferred from the see of day of prayer for Arch-

Needed in U.S. Paterson, and becomes the bishop Slipyi on his 70th birth

Bishop of Buffalo. Si .
WASHINGTON (NO -The Bishop James J. Navagh is day.The 14 Bishops of four con-

president of the national fed. transferred from the see of tinents issued a joint pastoral

eration of Catholic college students Ogdensburg, New York, and letter recalling that Archbishop t.u t.

has endorsed the admin.Istration's becomes the Bishop of Pater- Slipyi had been arrested by

proposal for a so- son. the soviet regime on April 11,

called domestic Peace Corps. Bishop Leo R. Smith, titular 1945, "together with all the

NFCCS president John J. Bishop of Marida and ad. other Bishops of the Provinceof

Simone, In a statement com ministrator of the diocese of Hal 'chi" The arrest fol-

municated to the Peace Corps Buffalo, becomes the Bishop lowed the soviet annexation of MWEHAVETDASK?

office, said the proposed plan of Ogdensbnrg. the western Ukraine, including

for a National Service Corps Monsignor George H. Archbishop Slipyi's see city of

"marks a new peak in meetingthe Speltz, rector of the Immacu Lviv, which had been part of .

pressing social needs of late Heart of Mary Seminary, Poland since World War I."We _
time." Winona is named titular
our :
do not know In detail
of Clanens and auxiliary
Simone said recently that Bishop what trials and terrors Metropolitan -
to Edward A. .
the National Service Corps Bishop Slipyi has! had to j
of Winona, Min
would Rive individual young endure. For many years noth YOU'LL BE:
people "the opportunity to nesota. ing was heard of or from .S i t '

fulfill a part of the personal him" the Ukrainian Bishopsof

responsibility that is inherentin K of C Chooses Site the free world said.

each American. MIAMI BEACH (XC) -The Archbishop Slipyi, a Bishop

"Our commitment as Chris supreme board of the Knightsof since 1939, succeeded as Met-

tians demands that any effortof Columbus voted to hold the ropolitan of Lviv in Novem-

this nature be met with organization's 1966 conventionin ber 1944, on the death of Arch- r.

support and participation," he this city. At a three-day BETTER FOR ITTHEY'LL

said. "It is our hope that the meeting of the board here it Archbishop O'Hara p \ '
'ti :
efforts of the corps may be was reported that since 1948, LONDON (NO-Archbishop ,. \ : : jIJ
when the organization startedits Gerald O'Hara, 67, apostolic
conjoined with existing organi' 1 ,
advertising campaign to delegate to Great Britain, who
zations in the field to muster make the Faith better known, became ill in Milan, Italy, has

the total effort that is neededto some 4,565,000 inquiries have returned to London and is t ii

meet the challenge of today." been received. making satisfactory progress. 9 e
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Father Patrick M. :Madden (right) was host in Tallahassee last week to the south-
eastern province convention of the Newman Clubs. Shown at the banquet table with f

him are, from left, Chuck Cutajar, Miss Carolyn Jones, Mickey :MacGuire, Timothy

Dyer and Father Frederick Hopwood, chaplain of the province. The college students

are leaders in Catholic Student Centers from their campuses.