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 22, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 fy ST. PETERSBURG-DediCation of the new St. Raphael

t ; Church, Snell Isle, St Petersburg, was held on Sunday,
O February 17. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley blessed the t+{ia i +p%'+FSur' +

I' !" M new church that morning and later confirmed the first ,
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class of candidates for the Sacrament of Confirmation in ht

the young parish. Father William J. Weinheimer presentedhis

young parishioners to the Archbishop for confirmation.In '
VOL. XXIV, No. 17 Orlando, Florida, Friday, February 22, 1963 Ten Cents dedicating the new church, the Archbishop congrat- ttr i i.fo

ulated the parish Priest and his people, rejoicing with them tt<. if r <. S'tE

that another church had been raised to the glory of God
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Diocese Archives House in the Diocese. "
(God they had built as a haven ,; #0
Remarking that this Is the
of where
prayer, they them- ;
Year of the General Council, selves, spend some time with i ," '
. Oldest Documents in U.S.BY the Archbishop exhorted the -.
people of St Raphael's to make God.From the Vatican, said Arch- ;
their new church the centerof .:-
FATHER MICHAEL V. GANNON their own renewal and the, bishop Hurley, we hear the
Director voice of the Holy Father pleading
Xombre de Dios others in
help they can give
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA-The oldest written records of any kind in the United leading all who come under with the whole world to 3 E
States are here in the come back to God. You shouldbe t
preserved archives of the Cathedral of St. Augustine. They are their influence into the Houseof s
baptismal records of the Parish of St. a part of the modern apostolate -
Augustine-oldest parish in the country-dating the Father. He recommendedthat
from the year 1594. New interest has centered on these priceless documents with the they use the House of of the Church, he em- 1 !
-- cannot be
phasized, you merely 4
in 1965 of the 400th
ord of continuing Catholic life spectators. Christ's command,
Anniversary of St. Augus-
in the pioneer parish during I the Archbishop explained, was F 1V l/WY 91 NMA
and its historic Parish.
most of its brief British his- addressed to the faithful as

Pedro Menendez de Aviles 1 well as to the Priests. He called

and an intrepid band of Span- tory.In 1783 Florida reverted to the mission of the laity a mis- A
ish explorers landed here e i4rM
sion of charity.
Spanish rule and a new volume
found a settlement on September of parish registers was 1 R | The Pontiff prays with

8, 1565. With them was a installed. This new register | 4 { Our Lord "that all may be .." ,.... '
diocesan Priest Father Lopezde one he said and It Is for 'f; + : ', '
would run continuously to I L / ".,",,.'
Mendoza Grajales. The the present day. the lay people of the parishto -
Spaniards named their landing those outside the t
I _
site "Nombre de Dios"-"Name The original volumes, however Church In where there Is ..., ,
of God," and their community remained in Cuban archives i/ and :54LS ; _:
grace peace.
and as the years passed : : : ; ::
settlement "St. T'r "
Augustine. _
F,. The word which the Arch- ':b ':" ._
into the 19th century, memoryof ;
The first community act of 4 bishop said he brought back
the landing party was to assistat : from the Eternal City of Rome
Holy Mass, offered by Father Then, sometime in the 1880's, H and passes on to the faithfulis :Monsignor John P. Burns, right, pastor of the Cathedral, and Father Michael

Lopez. It was the first Bishop John Moore, Second 5'Y to be:) not only defenders of v. Gannon, Ph.D., director of the Mission of Nombre de Dios, both in St. Augustine,

Parish Mass in what is now Bishop of St. Augustine ((1877- the Faith but also propagatorsof examine the first extant pages of the Cathedral parish registers. The registers date

the United States. 1901)-St.) Augustine was made < the Faith. from 1594, and are the oldest written records of any kind in the United States. In
the See Florida Diocese in
The settlement and parish 1870 discovered a that the ancient ... ... Among the personages attending observance of the 400th anniversary of the mission and parish in 1965, a library and

have existed permanently here registers of the parish > .. the dedication of the exhibition hall will be built on the mission grounds to house the registers and other

since their founding nearly "' new Church of St. Raphael, at historically important documents.
church cathedral ""
now a were "
400 years ago, and are rightly languishing in Cuba. He communicated .L-- :-";,',.1. !' the 10 o'clock blessing and
called today "the cradle of -- Mass, were
this information to
American civilization." Abbot MarionBowman Vatican Approves BeatificationsOf
DIOCESE, Page 10 t.-
Earliest existing records of L a
St. Augustine the parish !. t O.S.B. 0 f St
Mother Seton Bishop NeumannVATICAN
registers dating to 1591. On Lenten FastThe Leo Abbey; ,
The first of the r ti
extant page penitential season of '
baptismal record bears the date Lent begins this coming J. Mulling Yy CITY (NC)The Sacred Congregation of Rites in the presence of Pope

V.F., who John XXIII has the of miracles obtained the interces-
approved authenticity through
June 25, 1594 and is signed by Wednesday Ash Wednesday :3y
the Pastor of that time, Father -February 27. Look In J for a long for timecared the f; sion of two United States citizens.

Diego Escobar de Sombrana.The this issue for the laws of fast area when St They are Mother Elizabeth Bayley Seton, foundress of the Sisters of Charity inthe

marriage and burial records and abstinence as they applyIn Raphael's WaS Fr Welnhetmer TT.q.,_and the_Venerable John Nepomucene Neumann C.SS.R., Bishop of Philadelphiafrom

are less complete, dating our Diocese. Since these 1852 to 1860.
a mission of St. Paul parish; guidance of Bishop John Car- tact with many of the Indians
from 16.13 and 1720 respective roles cover not only Lent POPE JOIIN AND AKUlllJiJMiur SLIPYI these :Mother Seton will be beatified -
,and Priests; roll of Baltimore. still living there.
ly.Records but the entire 4,rear, ",they __Archbishop__Josyf Slipyi! _of Lviv,_ jolna Pope John,. Monsignor James J. Meehan, on March 17 and become- Mother Seton In IS 10 he entered the Re- l
for the 29 years pre- merit a place on your"kitchen XXIH in the Pope's private chapel for a prayer ot: : Monsignor Roderick Mac- the first native citizen of the and her new I
Order. From that
Sisters demptorist
vious to 159-1 are lost, perhaps bulletin board or some thanksgiving upon the Archbishop's recent release from ''Eachen and Monsignor PatrickJ. U.S. to be declared officially moved to Emmitsburg '
in the of time until 1852 he traveled
Maryland summer
Yet at timeit "
irretrievably. one other place of easy refer- the "blessed.
communists in Siberia. Archbishop Slipyi is only one Trainor.
throughout a number of states
was thought in St. Augustinethat for Laws. 1809, and it was there that she
the present records had ence. See Page 5 of 11 Ukrainian Bishops to survive the Red prison camps. Father Weinheimer was cele- Bishop Neumann a native of died in 1821. The communityshe giving missions and retreats
brant dedication Mass. what is now Czechoslovakia is
of the schools and churches.He .
-- founded has branched building
also been lost beyond
How they were lost and eventually Men of Mercy Re-Group TO Complete Father Mark J. McLoughlinand expected to be beatified on throughout the United States. also served in Pittsburghand
Father Louis J. Bentivoglio June 23. An official of the congregation Baltimore where he was
discovered makes a fascinating Bishop Neumann was born

story. Fund-Raising Efforts for Hospital were Hurley.chaplains Father to Bernard Archbishop F. he will of not rites be said beatified definitely on- in March Prachatitz 28 Bohemia, on parish rector of of St.the Alphonsus Redemptorist when

In 17G3 after 103 under 1811.
years Dittman was master of cere- March 19 as reported by U.S. he was named Bishop of Philadelphia -
Spanish rule, St. Augustineand monies. news agencies. He went to the United Statesas
ORLANDO-Further impetus to the campaign for funds for the :Mercy Hospital in seminarian in 1852.
Florida were ceded to Eng. \T The cornerstone for the new Papal decrees proclaimingthat a 1836, was In Philadelphia he set up
land. Spanish residents of the Orlando will given_ when all committees meet with the hospital representative, Father church was placed on October true miracles have been ordained the same year for the the country's first diocesan

old city and parish fled t 0 Terence J. Farrelly, this com- the Construction Committeeto firmed that they will be pres- 11 by Monsignor Patrick J. worked through Mother Seton New York diocese and sent to school system and establishedthe !

Cuba, taking with them their ing week. Organize Workers.Mr. ent at the Construction Dinner Donohoe as the Archbishop's and Bishop Neumann are expected work among German Catholicsin Forty Hours Devotion ona
most valuable church furnishings Niagara Falls, a widespread
All committees for Mercy February 26, "ready to go to representative on the day of to be issued shortly. permanent basis.
Cilento held a prelim-
and the entire set of parish where he built dozensof
WORKERS, Page 9 SXELL ISLE'S Page 10 Another decree for each statingit
ish registers.The Hospital Building Fund moved 3 inary meeting of his Captainsat churches and schools. He founded scores of new
into high gear here last week. the Cherry Plaza Hotel on is safe to beatify them will parishes. Fluent in 10 languages
registers were placed Prelate/ Denies follow as a formality. The first resident Priest In he was noted for his
the archives of the Cathedral of Members of the advanced ;February 6. Present at the Ukraine
Mother Seton was 32 years the area, Bishop I Xeumann work among immigrants. On
Havana for safe-keeping. The committee have been working ]meeting were Father Farrelly,
old when she became a Cath traveled widely throughoutupper January 5, I860, he collapsedand
oldest volume was then 169 since autumn preparing for ;Mr. Serros, Austin Caruso, vice- of Release
Giving Story olic. New York state and died while walking alonga
years old; it would be fully this all-out effort. Their work 316 ;years old before the parish will be climaxed by the Construction chairman; Mr. Cilento and Born Elizabeth Ann Bayleyin made Catholic con street near his cathedral.

to which it belonged heldit Committee Dinner at Sister Teresa Frances S.S.J., VATICAN CITY (NC) L'Osservatore Romano has lower Manhattan 1774 the

in hand again. Rio Pinar Country Club on hospital administrator.The published an authorized statement saying that newspaper year of the first Continental Vatican Says Sudan Cloaks

The English occupancy of Tuesday, February 26, at 7:30 story of :Mercy Hospitalwas accounts of the circumstances of the release of Archbishop Congress, she was the daughterof

St Augustine lasted 20 ;years. p.m.William unfolded to these enthus- Josyf Slipyi of Lviv came neither from him nor from the a prominent physician. Her Reason for ExpulsionsVATICAN

During that period a colony of M. O'Brien acceptedthe iastic citizens. Dates for completion Holy See. maternal grandfather, the Rev-
Catholic Minorcans from the vice-chairmanship of the of plans for ground- tary of the sacred congregationfor erend Richard Charlton, was
The Ukrainian Rite prelate CITY (NC-Vatican
Radio has
the Oriental Church, had rejected a
ill.fated British settlement at Hospital Fund from Andrew J. breaking and beginning of construction rector of St. Andrew's Episcopal
was released early in February claim by the interior minister
of the Sudan that his
asked Augustin Cardinal Bea church in Richmond, Staten government's -
New Smyrna moved to St. Serros general chairman. Mr. were set. The over wherehe
from the Soviet Union
Augustine under the leadership O'Brien has been getting together 100 who attended the meeting S J., president of the secretariatfor Island. expulsion of Christian missionaries is a simple at-
had spent 18 ;years in jail or tempt to rid the of
of their Pastor, Father the lists of prospects displayed great spirit and Mr. under house arrest. promoting Christian Unity Her conversion cut her off country ment, reacting to criticism In
Pedro Camps. who wish to identify them- Cilento's organization clearly to arrange a meeting with the from her relatives and their the relics of colonialism.The the international press on the

Father Camps' church register selves with this community ef-showed the effect of this en- Spme papers then published Orthodox observers and that financial support; at 32 she was real goal of the Sudan, religious persecution being car-

colloquially called "The fort. thusiasm during the last couple detailed stories concerning the the observers somehow got an impoverished widow with Vatican Radio said is "to impose ried out in that country triedto

Golden Book of the Minorcans," lie has also been successful of weeks. case of the Archbishop. The word to authorities in Moscow. five children to rear. To sup- the Muslim religion, the present these painful eventsin

Is preserved today in the Cathe- in getting Frank Cilento Mr. Cilento reports that 350 Vatican City daily commented: They added that by January port them she turned to teach- Arab language and customs on the southern Sudan as a

dral archives, and forms a rec to accept chairmanship of workers have already con- "''''e are authorized to state 26 Archbishop Slipyi was on ing. She moved to Baltimore, the people of the southern simple carrying out of a scholastic -

.w... .,.. ".', .Y ....... ,,'...,..' ,,. _.- .. ,',_ .. -- ... .-" "' .. 1 .... ....... ,. .. ...... that neither the Holy See nor 1 his way to Moscow from a remote and opened a school for Catholic Sudan who belong to a different policy which is part of

It1 vhs Archbishop Slipyi had any Asian village and that he children. race and have different the program of national unifies -
\ part in issuing them. was accompanied then from In 1808 she and several of traditions." tion."The.

has Moscow to Rome by MonsignorJan the young women who had The Vatican Radio commentator (Interior) Minister
A well informed source
a G. M. Willebrands, secre- joined her staff later decidedto said: stated that the Khartoum gov-
stated that the Archbishop in- ]
tary of the secretariat for promoting become Sisters, and formed "The authoritative representative -ernment had the right to con-
the Soviet
tends to return to
3 Christian Unity. a new community under the of the Khartoum VATICAN SAYS Page 10
Union at the end of the ec- --- ,- ._ ----_' ...__._... ... _m__govern-____......, .." ., '.,. _, ._.._-. .- ,
; ___ / ; :V '-9 / 4
__ : i
a .eefir' umenical council and that he .
j : ? \, ;
would not compromise his j j.y

'ireJ chances of returning or his .

freedom of movement within

the U.S.S.R. by divulging such '

delicate matters. -

The same source noted that

xt the statement in L'Osservatore -" "

Romano does not deny the '4

1 truth of the accounts. The

L'Osservatore comment, h e
,I said, almost certainly refersto
reports that the Archbish
.' ArZy ,
op's release was arranged i r.
through the two Russian Orthodox :.

: _f \ churchmen who attendedthe 1 ,

council as observers, Archpriest -
ORLANDO Vitali Borovoi of ,LenIn- .ant

With announcement that construction will begin mid-year grad and Archimandrite Vladi- _. .. '
by on Mercy Hospital, _. : .. '-
as the first phase of Orlando's new Mercy Medical Center, local doctors are helping mir Kotliarov of the Russian .

in the final planning stages. Dr. Andrew. Townes Jr., Pediatrician; Dr. Louis C. Orthodox Mission in Jerusalem. .

Murray, General Practitioner, and Dr. W. Ansell Derrick, Pathologist, (from left) These accounts said that : ..... -- ,...- '- -, .

show great interest in, drawings indicating the :various hospital services. Gustavo Cardinal Testa, secre- ST. RAPHAEL I : NEWLY DEDICATED CHURCH IN ST. PETERSBURGtit.'

tw I'

.' .


Two The Florida Catholic, Friday Feb.'22, 1963 I

I Florida ReportsJacksonville L11S I Holy Name Banner I Council Meet i to I Fathers Honor

'4:6 "- ,l WASHINGTON' (NO) -The
Harold F. Jordan spiritual moderator of
!t MONSIGNOR 1963 biennial National Council

I ". Union of Holy Name Societies, has met of Catholic Men convention in
"Mardi-Gras Magic, with t: with me several times recently. The purpose of our meet- Atlantic City from April 24 to
fashions by Katherine Wads- ( ,
ST. PAUL togs is to select an executive board from our Diocese, and 28 will be dedicated to the
worth, will be presented at the
St. Paul Altar and Rosary Riverside Garden Center. Ar- we are hopeful of_joining together a very fine group to Fathers of the Second Vatican

Society met In the club room rangements have been made to ,. _ take over this important Council.
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
Tuesday February 12, 7:45: p.m. accommodate 480 guests. :; % 4 & responsibility. NCCM president William F.
In Jacksonville.
Father Patrick ,Cullen gave a Mrs. Philip C. Beverly: Is the I. \Ve are heartened and en- Upon his appointment to Johnson of Paterson said the 1
historical account of devotionto dedication was decided upon 4
couraged by the
co-ordinator for this party and Jtc acceptanceswe the board Mr.
Our Lady her contributionto JohnE. m i $ ; -' have received to date. One because the first session of the
her co-chairman is Mrs.
Biven went to t
womanhood and inspirationto Seadler Fashion Show- IA of the hardest working and council pointed toward a pas-
mankind. ; Mrs.C. t i-',. most effectiveof work outlining and detailing toral and apostolic renewal In I
Mrs. J. R. Spence and -? several wonderful ideas in-
It was announced that the C. Howell Jr. \ ___ our "old the Church.
cluding the stimulation and
delegate to .the spring DCCW The Music for the Fashion .r timer" Holy -. 1 further of the The convention theme will
.deanery meeting will be Mrs. Show segment will feature Name men.Vllllam be: "The Layman in an Age
"Fishers" .
Carmel Sullivan. Mrs. Paul \ B. program.He of Christian Renewal. I
Mrs. A. B. Pekins, at the piano.St. has already submittedthis
Fitzgerald will be alternate Matthew's Guild extendsan Christian, has The federal aid to education
to Jordan and
... Monsignor
delegate. All members were invitation to all. agreed to serve Issue and the spirit of renewalin

urged to attend the meeting. Mrs. Ophelia Olmo was guest .i on the executive |myself.Ivas recently honored by the national and diocesan

SAN JOSE speaker at the Guild's,February board as an invitation to address the councils are among the topics

Father Denis O'Regan I.C., meeting. Her topic was one __ m b e r- I I Ladies Guild of Blessed Trinity which will be discussed at gen

guest speaker at the February of great Interest-a firsthand chairman. Parish, Jacksonville. Mrs. eral sessions.

11th meeting of the San Jose report on the Cuban people Christian, Dan Dloe>auhto Pret- Arthur Yeomans Guild president Other discussion topics will

Parish Guild Jacksonville of our
and communism.
spoke on the apparition of Our ALL SAINTSAll _--:'" ':" _.........-... .....4 .' program chairman, as well as ting communism, maintaining
Lady of Lourdes in which she Saints Home for the TARPON SPRINGS' CATHOLICS INVITE YOU Diocese know, is a member of other guild members were most decency in entertainment, the

revealed herself in the words"I Aged Auxiliary met In the Father William H. Neuhaus and members of his large committee invite patron- Our Lady of the Assumption in gracious and generous with Catholic Influence In the race

am" the Immaculate Concep- home on Wednesday, February age of the public at the annual pre-Lenten festival-the fastnachtfest St Ignat. Jacksonville. Prior to moving their hospitality. relations field, sex educationin

tion. 13 at 10:30: a.m. Mrs. Ivan J. ius parish. Barbecued chicken will be served, noon until 6:30 p.m., in the parish hall into Assumption parish 13 At the suggestion of Mrs. the family and the moral

Comfort bags, which were Korson, president, announcedthat on February 24, say, from the left, Mrs. Ann MacLewis, Mrs.: George McNally, John years ago, he was a member of Reddick, It was my pleasure to problems in business practices. ,
made and filled by members of Holy Rosary parish and Is a
the be federation of
report upon the negotiationsand The NCCM, a
and Noble Kivet.
the collected life long resident of ackson-
guild for
hostess to the St. Augustine litigation which trans-! organizations of Catholic men
the Veterans' Hospitals.It Deanery on March 13. Mass ville. He has been a very active -spired a few years ago arisingout throughout the nation, was

was announced that the will be at 9:30: a.m. in st. Paul Tarpon SpringsST. RockledgeST. Recognition Set and most zealous Holy of the controversy over the established by the American!

annual communion breakfastfor Catholic Church followed IGNATIUS MARY Name man in both of these par- Its
by use of public school buildings hierarchy In 1920. Through
members of the guild and breakfast and luncheon in the Handwork and religious article Father Charles W. Spellman For BenefactorsIn ish societies, and has served as for religious services on Sun- affiliates the NCCW today I

women of the parish will be Garden Canter at 1 p.m. Mrs. booths will be a featureof of Rockledge and Cocoa Beach North Florida secretary of the North Florida days. As I commented to the represents some 10 million

March 17, 1963, after the 9:30: Clarence J. Williams is general the fastnachtfest, the an- announced that the Confra- Deanery of the Holy Name So- ladies, this Incident turned out Catholic men.

Mass. Reservations may be chairman. nual pre-Lenten festival of St. ternity of Christian Doctrineof JACKSONVILLE BEACH- ciety. as a blessing for the new parishin

made by calling Mrs. Lamar Delegate to the Deanery Ignatius Church on February Church of Our Saviour, Early plans at St. Paul parishon In addition to his dedicated that the sympathy towardthe

Evans chairman of the break- meeting will be :Mrs. R. L. :Me- 24, Father William Neuhaushas Cocoa Beach, and St. Mary Jacksonville Beach call for Holy Name work he has also Church which resulted ST. PETERSBURGSt.

fast at EXbrook 8-2305. announced.A Church held erection of a "benefactor roll" been active in Scout
Quage and alternate Mrs. A. F. Rockledge, a "day quite Boy gave this parish an excellent
Members of St. Anne Circle Ziegler. Mrs. John W. Caven barbecue chicken dinner of recollection" for the high in the new cafetorlum as work. He is a member of the start in its work among the Anthony's Hospital

were hostesses for the evening. was nominated to the Boardof will be served from 12:30: p.m. school students attending public pledges are completely paid. Bishop Kenny Dads Club, a Lay Apostolate.I 100 Silk Street
cwc the Diocesan Council. to 6:30: p.m. in the parish hall. schools in the area. Those who pledged memo- member of Ponte Vedra Club, a took great pleasure visit .drn 5 FettribvrrU Well Equipped

The Catholic Woman's Clubof All are invited. The meeting was held at the rials are to be contacted to In- Fourth degree Knight of Columbus Ing :Monday, February 18th, Reasonable'

Jacksonville has announcedthe JacksonvilleBeach High School of Religion provided sure meeting their wishes as having served as Grand the Mission parish of St. gltUr Conducted. of t. Insets by

organization of a Junior St. AugustineCDA for the students by Father to correct spelling of names Knight of Father Maher Coun- Vincent Ferrer In Madison, Approved br

group. Senior directors are Spellman. About 100 and such. cil, former district deputy, which Is currently In the American C.Il.g. .( larteani,

"Mrs. Julian Warren, club pres- young persons attended the Blessing of the memorialsas state secretary and state treas- precess of forming the 100th

ident; Mrs. George Comeaux, Ranked first In the Junior The Catholic Daughters of program which was conductedby they are placed, is to take urer of the K of C. Holy Name Society In our If and when you buy, pleas

Jr. and Mrs. Thomas Lobrano. class of 97 students, James America, St Augustine Court Father Leo Joseph Gorman place after formal notification Mr. Christian is a past pres- Diocese.I buy from a Florida Catholic

Junior co-chairmen are Mrs. Desmond Waters, III, has been 23, celebrated the court's 58th to the individual donors, ident of Catholic Charities of am also fondly anticipating, advertiser.

Phil Howe Jr. and Mrs. Ben named to the Dean's list for anniversary February 5, at a C.P.He told the students, "You reports Father James J. lies- Jacksonville and served for a return visit to St. -Brendan's-

Burbridge Jr. the first semester at Belmont dinner at the Catholic Daughters are always going to be subjectto line several years as secretary of Parish in Ormond Beach where I

The Robinhood Road homeof Abbey College, Belmont, North Home. it and you must find some Jumber the North Florida Laymen's the Holy Name Society has In-
Dr. Joseph Is chair- Jackson's ShoesLadies'
Mrs. Charles Colee
Mrs. Howe was the settingfor Carolina according to a recent harmonious way to live with it. of memorials. Retreat Association.The vited me to speak at its monthly ,
introduced the two man
Feb announcement from the col regent, Don't resent parental authority February -
a tea held last Sunday, chairmanship of the meeting on Tuesday .
lege. charter members, Miss Helen Others, who attended a recent & Men'sClinic I
ruary 17th for board membersand -respect it. speakers bureau has been accepted 26, the eve of Ash Wed
Noda and Miss Mena Oliveros, planning meeting to out
James Is the son of Mr. and offered. )Miller
prospective junior mem- A Mlssa Recltata was L. Russell Blven nesday.I .
who have been active members line procedures for the effec-
Mrs. James D. Waters Jr., of
remind each of
bers. also member of the respectfully
a Holy Vitality-Weyenberg
Atlantic Beach. since February 5, 1905. Indian Rocks tive follow-up work on St.
ST. MATlllEW Name Society of Assumption you to avail yourself of every
P a u I's Building ExpansionFund Cushioned Bellalrei
Three Boy Scouts were OrlandoBISHOP Winter HavenJ. BeachST. pledges were Father Hes- parish in Jacksonville.Mr. opportunity to gain the
641 Central Ave. 862-1355
of the
strength and grace
awarded the "Ad Altare Dei"award lin, William A. Allyn, coordinator Biven delivered a won.
Patrick O'Leary son of Mr.
In ceremonies held at Herbert A. Wisham, PaulV. dcrfully Inspiring address at
and Mrs. H. G. O'Leary 0 f
St. Matthew Catholic Church Bishop Moore Home and Martha: and Mary Guild of McHenry, M. F. Atwood and our annual convention in :
Winter Haven, has been namedto
Sunday, February 10. Father School Association invite all for the first St. Jerome Church, announced 'Dr.,James J. Lyons. Gainesville last November.He Eu
the Dean's List
that a special meeting was
Gregory O'Connor presented Central Floridians to their Is Kentuckian birth Cameo Room
semester at Belmont Abbey a by Dining ,
the awards at the 8:30: Mass. held recently for the workersand
fourth annual Mardi Gras Ball, College, Belmont, N.C., It was St. and a FlorIdian by adoption.He .
The three scouts, members of models for the :Mardi Gras PetersburgMary :Excellent qualitySuperb 6eafoJ, Chop aRt
the church benefit Bishop :Moore High recently announced by Father luncheon, style show and card Is a Past President of the 8er,l Chlckea
at were
Troop 132 23 Cotter, daughter of Mr. North Carolina Catholic Laymen's O Delicious Charcoal
School Saturday
February Anselm G. Elggs,
David Roberts, Neal Betan- party to be held on Tuesday Broiled 6te.k. LEE HEIMAX, PI...
court and Eddie Betancourt.The Egyptian Room, Cherry Plaza dean of the college.J. February 26 at 12:30: p.m. and :Mrs. John D. Cotter, 5260 Association and was appointed Serving luncheon and RED BEAU, Ball
Hotel. Dinner will be servedat Patrick ranked sixth In to membership on the dinner
largest social; event of Lunch will be served and 14th Avenue, N., St. Petersburgwas
the S.I. Matthew's Guild yearly 7:30: p.m. Reservations may the senior class of 107 studentsand prizes will be awarded. Reservations named to the Dean's List lay committee of the National EDWARD JAMES HOTEL1

Card be made by calling CH 1-4712. will be a candidate in June may be made by Center, Confraternity of Chris- 11730 Gulf BlvdvTreasure Island 361-8261
calendar is the upcoming honors
at a special assemblyheld
tian Doctrine
for the Bachelor of Science of Washington by
and Fashion Show February phoning 5958341 or 593-7052.
degree. recently at Manhattanvllle Bishop Waters in 1952. He
26, Shrove Tuesday. St. John Vianney Wornan's Donations are $1.25 and guestsare
College of the Sacred Heart served as chairman of the lay
will asked to please bring FOR THE BEST
Club announce they SEE US I
Pinellas Park committee of the National
Purchase New York.
cards. ,
ST. PETERSBURGENJOY present a fashion show on Fri- own Center from 1956 to 1961. AUTO 0 HOMEOWNERS HOSPITALIZATION '
the First Federal Savings and On Monday February 11, a Events He was also the delegate "
Coming from the United States to the ,
AUTOMATIC Loan, Michigan and Orange charter was presented to the '. ,} TYRONE
Second World Congress for the
Avenues. Fashions shown will newly formed Sacred Heart This column 1UU fnture benefits' special' meetlnca' and CTenta' of more CENTER j'j'T
"KeepFilled"DELIVERY be from Gibbs-Louls. Chlldrens Boy Scout Troop No. 324 of than local Interest. Advance notice of regular meetings' will be omitted.' Lay Apostolate in Rome, Italy, '
1th Avt. N. & 58th Sires -
fashions will be by Polly Rowan. Pinellas Park. Father Robert Carnival, Bishop Barry February 26, 12.30 p.m., St. in 1957. .Aiw': 342.8551 .

Phone: Flanagan Is institutional representative High School, St. Petersburg, Jerome Church, Indian Rocks Mr. Biven is married to the t Yours mw!. good toads wltk ...

Featured in'the show will bea and Mr. Florian February 22 23, 24; sponsors, Beach; sponsored by Martha former Margaret Treston of
Clearwater St.! -446-8314 dance presentation by Ra- Kictaric is scoutmaster.Dr. parents of students at boys', and Mary Guild, St. Jerome Louisville, Kentucky. Mr. and M :: ti;: ALLSTA'rE ,

Hammock cf the Marian Jennings, professor school and at Notre Dame Church. Mrs. Biven have one son Father -
L'Artiste Hawaiian Dance Stu- from Boston College, visited Academy. Titusville Women's day of Louis Russell Biven, professor -
Heart School February birth. recollection of the McGill Institutein
dio. Money raised will be usedto Sacred George Washington's S t. Teresa

help furnish the convent. 14, for an evaluation survey.Dr. day party, February 22, Church, March 3, 1-4 p.m. Mobile, Alabama and assis-
OLDEST and LARGEST Mrs. William Lambert Is Jennings attended the dally First Federal Savings and Ham and roast beef dinner, tant pastor of the Cathedral I

t IN PINELLAS chairman. Mass, a Mlssa Cantata, offered Loan Building, 8 p.m.;; fash. St. Brendan hall, Ormond there. Mr. Biven earns his liv-

by Father James Gloekler and Ions by Gibbs-Louis, cards; Beach, March 3, 3-1 p.m.;; Holy ing as general freight agent for After Church

j sung ,by the school children for St. John Yiannerparish, Name Society sponsor.

DANIEL I WINTER & CO. under the direction of music Orlando. Southwest Holy Name New AdministratorOTTAWA Meet All Your
teacher Mrs. D. Langer. Mardi Gras dance, Saturday Rally, March 10, St. Raphael ,
Members of the Holy Name 23 Lakewood Church (NO)-Pope John
HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS February Englewood.Southwest '
have made 150 XXIII has named Bishop Andreuellette Friends At The
Society over Country Club, St. Petersburg; Coast Women'scouncil
FLORIDA calls in the last two weeks on sponsored by Blessed Trinity meeting, March 14, as wutsmi
-- TELEPHONE 862-0381 families in the parish who have Men's Club. Englewood.St. trator of Mont Lauder at the tout) Park Lane

children In public schools. Purpose Holy Rosary's Mardi Gras Patrick's Day Barbecue request of Archbishop JosephE. 11211

NN / / w vvvvvx-yx-Mi sS8; of the visits was to determine dance Garden Club of Jack Dinner Sunday, March 17, Limoges, Bishop of the di- us 714S .

\\r i ; If the children are receiving sonville, February 23, 9 p.m. 12:30-3: p.m., Good Counsel ocese. Your Second Cup rf Colic.C .
; I Your Real Estate ? Iced Tea It Altcey Flit
proper catechistlcal in- Mardi Gras dance, Saturday Camp, Inverness Floral Archbishop Limoges was 83

And Insurance Needs Call structions. February 23, 7:30 p.m., City; sponsored by Holy on November 16, 1962. He has

Under the direction of Father Egyptian Room, Cherry Plaza Name Society and Catholic been a Priest for 60 years and

I LaVoie Realty & InsuranceS | Gloekler an annual altar Hotel, Orlando; Bishop Moore Women's Club, Our Lady of Bishop of Mont Laurier for 40 .

I S i Central Avenue Phone 896-4133 boy contest has been Initiated, Home and School Associa- Fatima Mission, Inverness.St. years. On the 35th anniversaryof TYRONE SHOPPING CENTER

L-I I II I open to every boy of the parish. tion. Paul Guild Easter Monday his consecration, in 1957, he CAFETERIA I IOBS 58th ST. NO.

The winner will be awarded an Dance Jacksonville was given the personal title of
February 23, 9-1 card party, MI Complete Luncheon Monday thru Saturday(
engraved trophy at a dinner p.m., K: of C hall, St Petersburg April 15.Low Archbishop.

for all the qualifying contes- ; St. Raphael Guild. Sunday Pilgrimage to Bishop Ouellette, a native of

tants and their parents on Third annual Mardi Gras Oldest Mission, St. Augustine, Salem Massachusetts, was ordained -

June 8. dinner dance, Holiday Inn, Florida, April 21. a Priest on June 11, 1938,

February 23, benefit of St. Convention, St. Augustine and named titular Bishop of

Patrick's; parish Woman's Diocesan Council of Catholic Cares and auxiliary to Bishop

Club, Gainesville, sponsor. Women, Tampa, April ::-:- Limoges on December 3, 1956.

Card party, benefit St.
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Teacher of Religion Called Study CourseTo \ Mass Guide I I5UNDAY

'Co-Laborer with Christ'MOUNTAIN February

Message To Aid LatinAmerica Qnlnqnagesima Sun day.

VIEW (NC-The teacher of religion is a (Mass of Sunday; 2nd prayerof
Our Schools St. :Matthias,
the Apostle
"co-laborer with Christ" who represents Christ in bringing .
His to students, a catechetical specialist has said Creed, Preface of Trinity)
NEW YORK (XC)-The four T4 MONDAY, February 25;

major radio networks are expected here. faith, the commandments and :t PONCE, Puerto Rico (XC) (Mass of preceding Sunday,
William Reedy, co-author ofa
to carry the message of the sacraments-and presented -The Catholic University of Common Preface).
catechetical series noted that
Pope John XXIII to United three different times in almost Puerto Rico has concluded an TUESDAY, February 26

State Catholic school childrenon "Our Lord can't go any more the same way in the course of agreement with the Latin (Mass as yesterday).

Ash Wednesday, February into classrooms and write on the formation of the child." _f America bureau National Catholic WEDNESDAY, February 2T
blackboards nor does He stand Conference for anew (Mass of
27. This unity, he said, can be .! Welfare AshVednesday.
before our children and speakto in course of studies to train .h AYednodaj Preface of
restored by "stressing everysingle A
The will be
Pope's "
message them. lesson that we teach personnel for Latin America.The Lent).
read by Archbishop Patrick A. Instead Reedy said, the f
the central truth of Christianity ( move was initiated by THURSDAY, February 2SMass
O'Boyle of Washington, chairman -
work of is
teaching religion
which is. like a hub in the 4 the bureau to provide greater ( of Lenten weekday
of administrative board of
done by catechists. wheel to which individual opportunities for the study of Preface of Lent).
the National Catholic Welfare
DeMribinjc the relationship God theFather and Latin American March 1
truths are drawn: that Spanish FliriUY,
Conference.The between teachers and stu. has invited us to share ,..c,4'_ culture by the Papal Volunteersfor (Mass of J Lenten weekday,

Pope's message opens! dents he said: "It is the per. with Him His own divine life .. l'' : Latin America (PAVLA). Preface of Lent).

the Lenten campaign of U.S. son of Christ in us, speaking through Our Lord Jesus b The university authorities will R.TCHU.arch:: 2

Catholic school students in to the person!! of Christin Christ. We are called to live, 'I t. ... .: : also accept Priests, Brothers (Mass of Lenten weekday,

behalf of the annual Bis h. the child." the divine life in a human t ., Sisters and employed men and Preface of Lent).

Ops' Relief Fund appeal to Reedy spoke at a San Fran way." ,. .\4&,. women as students of the SUXDAY, March:: 3

aid the needy of the world. cisco archdiocesan Confratern. course. 1st Sunday of Lt'nt.Iass::

The NBC network announcedit ity of Christian Doctrine in- Court UpholdsFund .,. -vi' The course will be directedby of Sunday, Preface of Lent).
stitute, held at Holy Cross High institutefor
will carry the message at 1:15: the university's
to 1:25: p.m., EST, while the School and attended by some Providing I f.) intercultural communica- 'Moral Gap' Said

Mutual network will carry the 2000 Priests, Religious and lion which for years has con ProblemLAKE

message from 1220: to 12:30 laity. Catholic RearinaWASHIXGTOX 'KEY' COMMITTEE FOR ST. PETERSBURG CARNIVAL ducted a summer school in the Urgent

He said the aim of modern Spanish language and culturefor CHARLES, La. (XC)

p.m.The CBS and ABC networksare catechetics is "to restore a (XC) A Bishop Barry High School Carnival will open this treasure chest for lucky key clergy and Sisters of New The "moral gap" between

expected to carry the mes sense of unity to the Christian United States district court holders. Father M. Brendan Lawlor makes sure gifts are ready for the February York and other United States what people preach and what
judge here has upheld the
sage but have not scheduled a message a unity lost when the they practice! is America'smost

definite time. It is expected content of the Faith was divided validity of a trust fund estab-- 22, 23, 24 event Assisting the high school president are, from left, committee chair- Sees.The new course will be urgent problem, a Priest-

they will carry the message into three equal parts- lished by a father who cut off men, :Mrs. V. Dougherty, :Mrs. G. Schuster and Mrs. R. Parker. given twice early, each session .specialist In the social apostolate -
his from his estate
sons sharing
running for a full semester -
sometime between noon and said here recently.
1 p.m. Vital Role for CCD unless they were raised in the from August: to December Father Louis Twomey S.J"

Catholic Faith. and January to May.:: Order -
Vocational Director Says editor of Social magazine
LAFAYETTE (XC)-A Bishop The ruling was made by include 25
Book MarriageNEW The curriculum said the modern layman
on has cautioned here that "a
Judge Charles F. McLaughlin
hours of Spanish a week and remember he is a member -
YORK (XC)-A new superficial knowledge of our in a case involving the estateof of "must
Prove Source Joy of Latin
Religious Vows 10 hours of society as well as an
book, "The Mysteries of Mar Faith is not adequate for these Francis E. Fitzgerald who cultural subjects. "

riage" by Joseph A. Breig assistant times." died in February, 1961. Fitzgerald individual.
managing editor of the "The problem of religious a Catholic was marriedin CINCINNATI (NC-Don't feel sorry for the "poor Sisters," one of them has Priests and Brothers attend "lie may be faultless as a

Catholic Universe Bulletin,, "more a source of joy than of restraint"Speaking ing the course will, be housedin husband and father, but too
instruction is a grave one and 1941 before a justice of the advised, because their religious vows are the exercising his
residence buildings on often he is not
Cleveland diocesan newspaper,, Christian His wife, a Methodist, at public receptions
the of
Confraternity peace. tion center program was an- life, Sister Daniel Miriam con A special building in social responsibilities," Fa.
has been published here by bore him three The sons sponsored here and in campus.
Doctrine is our best answer tinued. talk _
nounced. Auxiliary Bishop institute for said in a
of ther Twomey
Sheed and Ward ($3.50)). Mr. of our were baptized in the Catholic Dayton recently by the Arch- care
for the
percentage "
Paul F. Leibold of Cincinnati "Too often, she said, "the women will house the Sisters. at Queen of Heaven parish
Breig, father of five children, Vocation Endeavor
children attending public Church but reared as Metho- diocesan
at a similar program at have gained their infor-
spoke laity of here.
in teams
is the author of eight books a i dists. (AVE) Sister Daniel Papal Volunteers
schools, Bishop a u r c e program from the failure of
Conception parishin about Sisters
Immaculate mation of
evidence a
with As
will live selected -
syndicated columnist in the becameill vocational director of three to six
Schexnayder of Lafayette de In 1956, Fitzgerald Miriam
written the
Dayton. latest best families social responsibility on
Catholic and a frequent Catholic Sisters of Charity declared Puerto Rican
press clared. and returned to the the ,
contributor to Catholic maga. often defined Sister Daniel :Miriam, who someone who recently. leaped who will serve as language national scene, he cited the
Church. He was separated from "The vows are
The Bishop was a principal spoke at both events, expressedthe over the wall or from the auxiliaries to the institute's rising divorce rate, juvenile
zines. sense-'Poor Sister -
his wife when she refused to in a negative
at the second annual version of conventlife crime. On the
speaker opinion that "religious vocations -Hollywood staff. delinquency and
the Catholic Faith. In she can't have money teaching
CCD Day for the Lafayette join any are not missing and zeal or from the cartoons international scene, he said,
1960 Fitzgerald set the trust because of her vow of poverty; The agreement for the course
diocese. He recalled the wordsof for is not missing" in which portray us as rather communism has won its major
ST. PETERSBURGEdouard be- goodness in by Father
fund in insurance und California or she can't have a family was signed
the the
Pope John XXIII-"In today's youth. naive, misdirected and misinformed successes in areas where _
real estate. cause of her vow of chastity; John F. Mueller S.M.,
CCD lies the ,future 0 f the individuals. of social Justice
C. The trust provided the or she has no will of her own "Youth today need and wanta president of the university, and principles
Craig _
Church, not only in the U.S., "Seek informationfrom have not been put into effect.CLEARWATER
meaningful vital awarenessof your Considine M.M,
her of obed. John J.
fund would go to his sons because of vow Father fc-
Contractor and Distributorfor but in the whole world. fclic
the light sources,
when the youngest reached ience'. how to love and serve a director of the NCWC Latin
Auxiliary Bishop Warren L. Daniel Miriam is chair- personal Christ. suggested. America bureau.
21 years of age, providing Sister __
Vikon Metal Ceramic Boudreaux of Lafayette emphasized "Take afternoon off some
they were reared in the Cath man of a vocation committee They need to be told that an
and Mosaic Tiles the importance of a olic Faith. which recently established 'Vo their happiness lies in fulfilling day and visit the postulantsand To Transport Pupils ,v.'rrmrrrrllnlrrrrrllllrln O'Brien
hard-working good will com novices at some mother- \ Betty
9I7-49IH St. So. 347-4101 Otherwise, the trust provided cation centers" at the Catholic the role which from AUGUSTA (XC) Maine'sCity
mittee in the diocesan CCD. He God chose for house. See how these normal, ;:: & Company
all eternity
downtown added
in has
the fund was to be used lending library of Augusta Ph.4461395fc
said the purpose of the com she said. active, fun loving American $1985 Drew St. I
for charitable purposes. Mrs. Cincinnati and at the Lorettoin them, three vehicles to its fleet of FUNDS
mittee Is "to make the wallsof live the religious life. Ask
Fitzgerald filed suit attackingthe downtown Dayton. The laity can help Sisters girls school buses to transport about STOCKS & BONDSqmrnJIIJHhJmIIIq1.
MR. S.O.S. Says misunderstanding of prejudice fund provisions. Judge Archbishop Karl J. Alter',of promote religious vocations them questions, and determinefor 275 parochial school pupils.
of hatred. which separateus first making they know yourself the real source of
by sure
McLaughlin ruled the provi. Cincinnati spoke at a recep- The action implements a December -
1' For from those outside. -to make sions were valid. tion here at which the voca the real nature of the religious their obvious happiness. 1962 vote in which
those walls, like the walls of SMITH'SJEWELERS
.1 Jerico come tumbling down." Hmu_ __ -_._ ..--- _<-.<.........._""' '''__ ..=-'ll l Jf'\II'Ij':. [;",, citizens here approved such
.... rides by a vote of 3581 to 2157.

: The city council has appropriated -
CALL 345-6050 Open Thursday 1 ...
,' '. funds for the transporta-
Evening by AppointmentLorraine's
USST. Salon Diamonds, Watches,
Beauty tion.The
rides are authorized under
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PETERSBURG lIE2127 a 1961 Maine law which
SARASOTA '55-00' I. permits cities and towns to 446-6975
CLEARWATER:: 411-6180 Robert L. Dutilly, Prop.
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if voters 1213 Cleveland Plaza
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EI -

Comment Frank J. Sheed .' t Moscow Taunts Us Doom HungaryWE

Jesus Said Entry into God's Americans can be par- tant development In the United discussion and from the con

for throwing out Nations-the post of 'UN rep- ference of the soviet experts

our chests a little when we resentative on Hungary' has which took place on this subject -

I Could it Be ? Home SchoolIT Kingdom Requires Baptism witnessed on television the been abolished and UN broad- in October that, as Professor -

versus Polaris subma- casts In Hungarian have been :M. Makarova is quoted in

Is ceremony, after all." Adams and sense has prevailed." Affairs," this is to be done by
unfortunate that all too many people are always on time and which they will ,
believe that our Catholic schools can never leave early. This is not an objection you can deal with in one sitting: Nathan Hale To rub the jibe in, the comrades consolidating the council of

by the time you have answered it adequately Such a sentiment ,% also learn: "The interestIng mutual economic assistance,
provide a complete Catholic education. On Itisfrustratingtoateacherlna
you will have explained practically the did not ,-. thing is that the proposalto formed by the "socialist coun-
the contrary, a Catholic school is only ,Catholic school to see much of the work "
whole of the Catholic Faith. Even for a arise from belligerency \t 7 abolish the post, held by Sir tries, and strengthening it by
part of a child's education. And at tunes that is done there in developing the child I'I of but Leslie Munro, came from the working out trade with the

it plays even a lesser part. in his Faith being undone in the home. preliminary explanation any value you from a recognition United States." West
must talk of Sanctifying Grace. And if
Before a child even attends school he There is many a child who has never 1 that theses Our country simply found It Is disturbing, then, that

Is, to a large extent, either formed in the seen his parents in a confession line, has you begin with that, your objector might u b m a r ines itself impotent to do any the Washington Post as late

Faith or not. The home training from rarely heard them pray and notices little shy away. Better begin with the wordshe were an ex- thing about the matter, Moscow as February 7 reiterates its

infancy to school age is the most important difference between, his parents and the has actually used. Baptism is a cere- contemptuously says. plea for favored trade treat-

training time of anyone's life. And parents of the non-Catholic children next mony, but not "only a ceremony" Is Louis: ? F. Budenz Of course, it adds, the United ment to Red Poland and Red

door. not water only, but water and the Holy States tried to reclaim itself a Yugoslavia. Then it enlarges
even when a child reaches school the two .
Spirit. And it was not Catholics who made pression of our United StatesNavy's little by continuing the UN this plea to Include wholesale
most important teachers are his father :Many a Priest has seen a parent bringa power and ingenuity.Our .
baptism a matter of life and death but Hungarian language broad- trade with the soviet East.
and mother.A young man or young woman to the national pride is bruised
Christ Our Lord. He said "Unless a man be born again of casts. But Mr. U. Thant put an Those who take this view for-
child will rectory to be prepared for marriage. What seriously, however, by the
learn he
of the importance of end to that nonsense, as
water and the Holy Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdomof get completely that as the so-
the sacraments in his study of religion, they are asking the Priest,to do is to teach God." taunts leveled at us by Moscowon was much more vigorously in viet professor adds, In communist -
the child how to make Catholic home in with the atmosphere Hungary's permanent loss than he
and in too many instances, Sunday after a lungs cope favor of Red Hungary controlled countries "tlestate's
Being born Is much
Sunday, he observes that his parents do six easy lessons. Such is impossible. very a we should die for wantof of liberty.All ever was against Castro's Cuba. exclusive right to con
matter of life and death being
not receive Catholic education does not belong breath: we could live there through the International The soviet directive organ
the sacraments regularly. born is not less duct foreign trade makes it
again so.
only if we had a new breathing communist camp, the to that the United
What primarily to the Catholic school but to the goes on say possible to subordinate
the parents are teaching the Catholic home. And no education couldbe And when Our Lord was equipment which by nature we word Is being !spread that the States must now make many trade to the development of
child is that sacraments are for children sending His Apostles to con- do not possess. American nation has turnedits more concessions to Red rule
Catholic unless the homes in which the the national economy of the
and that children will outgrow the need tinue His .work in all nations God has revealed to that back on that people and elsewhere.
children and the world
for sacraments. Anyone who attends a are living are Catholic-Catholic until the end of time, we hear the life of heaven is even more that we have thereby In- "For instance, is it not high socialist given country "

Catholic Church can see how many parents in prayer, Catholic in the sacraments, Him naming the two great totally beyond our natura: directly endorsed the bloody time to discontinue the 'captive system.

bring the children late to Mass: or leave Catholic in charity., Catholic-day in and things they must doteachand powers of knowing and loving Budapest massacre. nations week' In the United There Is another consideration

day out. baptize. A man who decides The is States? That is just as much a that the Kremlin is quickto
early. What the parent-educator is teach- than is life on another planet opening gun triggeredby

ing the child is that :Mass is not as important A child's education will be truly Catholic to regard baptism as a beyond our natural powers of the "New Times" of Jan- dead horse as the 'Hungarian show flows from Hun

only when on leaving the Catholic ceremonial trifle must face the breathing. In other words our uary 23 in what can almost be question/" gary's fate.

as the movies for which they are school he returns to a home where all fact that he and Our Lord differ -,destiny Is to live a life which called a special Hungarian Khrushchev plainly sees This is evidenced In the very

never late or the concert for which they practice.true Catholicity. about it. by nature we are not equipped number. Photographs are presented that our abandonment of "New Times" to which we have

Dwell with your questionerupon to live. We need to acquire new of a "prosperous and Hungar will strengthen his referred, In the message from

the words "born again. equipment. happy nation," with the new hand In bringing about unityof Dr. Cheddi Jagan, Premier of

Father John J. Castelot By birth we enter the world of Having been born into houses in Budapest, the big the socialist countries British Guiana. This message

I men, we do not enter the king natural life, we must be re harvester combines, the smiling against us. praises the "policies pursuedby

dom of God. That, as Our Lord born Into super-natural life. Hungarian farmers, and That unity which he had the Soviet Union" and declares

Sublime Poetry of Verses NarratedA shows us, requires a second This supernatural life, givingthe the chemical works at Tiszavi- been talking about since the that "the Imperialists are
birth it demands another Re-
for dek. There are even picturesof September "World Marxist the defensive."
soul powers to operate at now on
child may feel many :sentiments thanksgiving for the help but, effective though It Is as sort of life. a totally new level, is what we the lobby of the Royal Hotelin view." This thought becomes This message recalls that

towards his father. Cod has given His anointed an expression of the awful Life Is that principle In us call Sanctifying Grace. And Budapest, the deluxe pas- the leading one In the January there are strong communist in-

On special emotion-charged occasions king in a battle against a reality of God's power, it is .by which we act: living thingsare we must obtain it In this earth senger train made In Hungaryfor number of that soviet organ. fluences in Latin America

he may be quite overwhelmed strong foe. still poetry not simply acted upon by ly life. Czechoslovakia, and the Todor Zhivkov, head of the other than In soviet Cuba, and

by a The confraternity e d I t Ion other things, they initiate action fashion show In the Hungarian Bulgarian communist party
God, after all, Is a pure Spirit, You cannot remind your objector that the doom of Hungary will
parent's divides it into of their own. capital. and of the Bulgarian govern-
generosity two sections A
and we must not be misled by often enough that for us encourage these forces to bring
understanding ) Crowning this display Is the ment, is chosen to emphasizethat
and B each
having four references to smoke rising from The natural life into whichwe Sanctifying Grace is not simply about new "Cuba crises."
.. leading editorial "End of the "the national task of each
stanzas of varying length. It born
our parents'act
His nostrils and fire from His are by I had soviet
a theological term One concession to
marxist-leninist and Its
derness, pow will be convenient to follow mouth ((9)). carries with it powers to 'Hungarian Question. party
erful assistance. this division. do the things that go with being reached the ripe age of twenty- To give its full flavor, I will supreme international duty" is power leads only to the demandfor
Verse 10: "And he inclinedthe three myself before I learned the the others. Should we not all
"cement of
Incapable I \ A-l (2-4)) expresses the men-powers of bodily action quote the entire first para- to unity
heavens and came down," what it meant: up till then I countries." to American firmness
of putting ev- psalmist's love for his gracious and of spiritual action, for our graph: socialist try urge
erythinghe '%..,. Lord and piles up epithets in reflects the the Semites' conceptionof souls also belong to our natureas had thought of SanctifyingGrace to "There has been an Impor- And we know from the whole against further retreats?
universe. They thoughtof simply as
feels into His praise. Most of these reflect think and feel
men: we can
the sky as a solid vault. die in a state of. It Is Indeed.
words which the military mentality of and will
Hence, in this naively charm But for a reason that I did not
will say all he the author and are clear ing figure, God is pictured as All these powers of action then know. Father Leo J. Trese
wants to say, he throws his enough in the light of that
flow out of our natural life.
tilting the sky and sliding downto When we come to die, the
arms around his father's neck mentality.One help His suppliant.He They equip us for the life of that matters is

and breathes those words however, needs a bit of mounted a cherub and this world, and If that were our whether one question we have SanctifyingGrace Good Influence Exerted by 'Fishers' I Ifirm
which "the horn of
really say all there is explanation: my whole story they might be sufficient -
flew borne the in souls.If
to say: "I love you." salvation." This is equivalentto on wings of our

"my powerful savior." The the wind ((11)). we have, then to heavenwe adherence nificant to be not worth
The author of Psalm 17, But the God who made us Is a type of Cath- always, to as
bursting with wonder and ancients were under the impression The cherub was a common shall go-our souls may THERE we might terma principle.He reckonIng-but the reckoningIs
that the strength architectural device in Babylonia has told us that that Is not need a little remedial action in houjd be divorced from God's.A .
gratitude at God's powerful intervention "technical"! Catholic. Y()U ,
in his behalf, be- a bull was concentrated in his and the Hebrews borrowedit our whole story. Purgatory, but heaven is our probably have met him (or religious and racial prejudiceand kindly or an honest or a

gins his ecstatic song of thanks- horns. This impression led as a representation 0 fan This life is not a short story destination.' If we have not, her). His number from every type of snob- generous act which we forgot

giving with those same words: them to use the "horn" as a angel. It was usually a composite complete in one installment. It then heaven is not for us. may not be bery. the moment after doing It, may

I love 0 LOU, figurative expression for power figure: the body of a Is only the first chapter: on And notice that grace Is not great, but he is He should be free of the up have left a lasting impressionon

you my force, strength. lion, wings of an eagle, face ofa every tombstone one might simply a passport without encounteredoften manship of the social climber someone who was touchedby
strength, 0 LORI, my rock,
A-2 ((5-7)) describes the des- man. write "To be continued." And which we cannot pass throughthe enough ,> and indifferent to the status it. On the other hand, a

my fortress, my deliverer. perate straits In which the Two such figures often for what is to come next, our gate of heaven It is the to merit exam- t symbols of bigger car and deceitful or an angry or a compromising -

Of course, It takes him fifty psalmist found himself. He felt served as the base for the natural powers are not sufficient power to live there. If, by some ination. The -' bigger patio.If word may have done

more verses to explain his love himself practically tottering on royal throne, and it was this impossibility, a soul without technical Cath- every Catholic lived his lasting harm to a person whose

and gratitude, and these verses the brink of utter destruction.In idea which apparently Influenced To put the thing as simplyas grace managed to slip in, it olic fulfills the religion to' the limit, the name we hardly know.
are an example of sublime religious my distress I called upon the Hebrews to put two may be, we tell our objectorthat would be no more capable of prescribed r e- world soon would be converted It is the remembrance of

poetry. Their languageI the LORD and cried out to my cherubim atop the Ark of the our natural powers of body living the life of heaven thana ligious duties to Christ. this truth which causes many

strong and bold and picturesque God; From his temple he heard Covenant, God's throne. and soul-yes, even of soul- naked man of breathing the with reasonable C That has been said so often uncomfortable moments to

and moving, and my voice, and my cry to him The idea was that God was no more equip us for the life atmosphere of Mars. fidelity. that it almost is a cliche. Yetit those of us who have a Christian

many of the expressions which reached his ears. supremely over all the best of heaven than our natural How are we to be re-born He attends Mass every Sundayand still remains unalterablytrue. sense of accountability

seem to tumble headlong from A-3 ((8-20)) gives a highly in creation. powers of breathing equip us into this higher than natural receives the sacraments for our neighbor.

the psalmist's lips may strike poetic picture of God's Intervention The strength of the lion, the for life on the planet Mars.It life? regularly. He keeps the commandments There Is no witness that we Certainly an intention that

the modern reader as rather In the battle. He is speed of the eagle, the intelligence needs no revelation from By water and the Holy at least to the can bear to Christ which is so always will be prominent in

strange. pictured as participating actively of man, all were at His Spirit, says Christ Our Lord. point of disdaining the grosser powerful as the witness of our our prayers will be:
But before we clarify them, in the proceedings, to service. God to tell us that If we were That is why we treat Bap- sins. daily lives, lived in Him and "For all those, dear Lord,

let us take an over-all look at the accompaniment of all sorts But rather evidently we to find ourselves on Mars with tism as a matter of life and He views his membershipin for Him, according to the spiritof whom I have ever In any way

the psalm.Its of cosmic disturbances.This shall have to continue with nothing but our own unaided death. His Gospel. influenced. Make up by Your
Christ's Church muchas
theme, in brief, is is magnificent poetry, this psalm next week. Another often repeated truthis grace for my deflciences. Grant

he might view member- the fact that there is no per- that no soul may be lost or

Washington Letter ship in a lodge or a golf club. son with whom we come in may suffer through any faultof

Question BoxApproach Keep the rules and remaina contact who is not a little bet- mine!"

member in good standing is ter or a little worse for having If you do have this convictionof

History Indicates Federal his creed. known us. responsibility for your fellow -

of Lent Means Fasting Unless you knew his religious No matter how brief the en man, then it Is unlikelythat

counter, we influence for goodor could be classed
you as a
affiliation could follow -
_ you
Q. I am not a Catholic, and breakfast, lunch or dinner, School Aid not Temporary this man (or woman) ill everyone whose life technical Catholic. Formalismin

I would like to know why Questions should be ad. to suit the individual's desire about for days on end without touches ours. In many In- religion and concern for

your Church insists on fighting dressed to: Question Box, ? broad federal aid to education be temporary? suspecting that he is a Cath stances we may esteem our in- neighbor are mutually exclusive

for Sunday closing. I The Florida Catholic, P.O. A. It Is safe to say that one COULD is an important consideration in the present effortto olic. As far as you could observe fluence to have been so Insig- terms.

think Saturday Is the Sab- Box 3531, Orlando, Florida. who forgets to abstain from get a new federal aid program through congress. in his business and social -

bath and the Sunday closing ; meat at lunch may also eat 'r'J_ _LW .. activities he could as
seek violate meat at his principal meal in experience wouia seem to into these areas, plus the fact be a Protestant a Mo-
rules you my j ract that we as Catholics fight prove that once inaugurated, easily TRANGE BUT I
the evening.The taken off the
that land was
-. conscience. j for Sunday observance doesn't such a program could not be hammedan or a pagan. TRUE
Church law, as It Is applied local tax rolls, made it impos-
I violate your conscience at all. discontinued.The He seems to be totally unaware 48) Little-Known Facts for
A. From your letter gather in the United States
per- sible to maintain adequate public -
You might contend it is administration realizesthe of the fact that to be a ........
your religion observes Satur- mits a person who Is fastingto school systems in the areas By M. ,J. MURRAY ua,Jr-C.W4.It.
I against your rights as a citizen, real popular concern that member of Christ's Church
day as a day of rest. I don'tthink eat meat at his one full meala thus affected.
but then you are on different revolves around this point. means, or ought to mean, to bea
anyone Is forcing you to day. This legislation was generated ; :
grounds. President John F. Kennedy witness to Christ.
work or shop on Saturday. The The mere fact of a person'sforgetfulness "LkA
Our country Is traditionally demonstrated this in his mes- primarily by the Korean Our Lord expects each of
at lunch does not
Christian. F or centuries!', to conflict. The need has .
deprive him of his right to eat sage congress. us who profess to be His followers j jivL 1.WeRrieFrRMtRrM
Americans have
meat at a lull meaL Conse- Over the years, congressmenand since diminished, but the to testify by our dally
Sunday as the Lord's Day. others here have made
Our labor laws recognize the quently, he may eat meat at two observations so often that legislation has been regularly lives to the truth of Ills

need for a day of rest. Most his principal meaLI they have virtually become extended and appropriations teachings.This .
think It is well to under-
professions recognize the need axioms "on the HilL" have been substantially does not necessarilymean
stand that meat be
for business people to have a One Is that almost any kindof increased. that we should stand on
taken at meal fast
on a
day off. What day Is logicalas federal financial assistance Both the Eisenhower and street corners delivering ser
day except the principal meal.
Published every Friday a day of rest? SaturdaytHardly must entail federal control Kennedy administrations have mons. It does not mean that
For some families this is the
FLORIDA CAThOLIC PnESS. Inc. because congress wants to we should buttonhole
endeavored to eliminate every
GArden 3-3IJ8 noon meal, for other families
r.O. nos: Sunday Is the logical day, it know how money =t appro- acquaintance i lecture on
1S1 Katt Colonial Dr"Orla.cI. It is the evening meal. However phase out these laws, but with-

Subscription In U.S.and Canada. is the traditional day.A the principal full meal Is priates Is spent. out success. Congressmen who religion. ; .. t I a4CJIAMPA&JIr
J 4.00 per year; other countries standard day of rest is for The, other "axiom" is that
'ordinarily general fed- However if our religion Is
the one at which meat may be oppose -r
15.00.The Florida Catholic is a member the common good. It enablesthe eaten. once an appropriation measureIs eral aid measures support this something more than the formalized = fAetPz; *

of tha Catholic Fress Association business man to take time put on the books, it is next legislation since many school ; ritual of a fraternal wfW&YOF "44UrLLS .

and the National Catholic Welfare off without losing out to his Q. Is a Cardinal higher to impossible to repeal It. budgets rely heavily upon the order, then our Faith should ?utA&

Conference and Jlartin.Kewa publishers Service.representative. Bogner- competitors. It protects our than an Archbishop or a Several examples might be federal money coming from the have a visible effect on our ; citnt ELABORATE TfiCADC OF M UW GUWCBML.

Entered as second class mall essential Christian heritage by Bishop? cited to substantiate the second impacted area program. daily activities. Cg.4MM&Arr J1RY ITALY. It PTCORATED WITH MORE THAUMAS81E

Mar 1, 19;9t at Orlando. florida.. providing a specific day for the A. It depends what you mean axiom. Legislation to give aid a Q000 crArurs.PIPREVEJ4TiHd
under the Act ot March 3. 181$. This is an invariable pattern: Surely a Catholic who has ALMOST c\/r.RY KMOWW .SAIMT.
citizens to honor God. by higher. As far as the administration to federally-impacted areas
EB Q. If a person who is of the Church comes readily to mind.In once federal money is integrated really learned the meaning of -
in the school budget the
bound by the law of fast- goes, it can generally be said 1950, congress enacted leg- legislation providing the fundsis love for God and neighbor

Father VInent E. Smith ing forgetfully eats meat for that Cardinals hold higher positions islation (P.L. 815 and P.L. 874)to ) should be noticeable for his -
extended and
Executive Editor regularly ex
Editors! MUt Jane Qnln I his! lunch, may he also eat than Bishops or Arch- assist public school financing -panded. scrupulous honesty, for his dfortkeiate 4s THIf It THC ONLYSPORTING
Hark A. Hellwl meat for his principal meal bishops. When it comes to in areas which had large GUN THAT&r*
would charity and purity and truth- &ELOHGID TO: MID Mt UfftD 6f APRfSINTSD
Joerph A. Rosier that he is accustomed to Sacred Orders, there is noth- military or defense industry Experience seem to THS MOST riqurtmy mnrnBOOK > TE/iNINC 1fw17tT. "WAS

Advertising :Manager taking in the evening? Or, if ing higher than a Bishop. The establishments. The theory be- indicate that it is impossible to fulness of speech, for his con- 'IMITATION a FK0BABLY OF CHRIST/THE TO LtO XltBY JHl GUffMAXfXS .

Friday! February 22, 1963 meat is allowed once a day, Pope, for example, is the Bish- hind this legislation was that make such programs transi- siderateness for others, for his BY TMOMAS -A KEMPiS. $- _OF THE UHKC IN DtSTKICT FRANC r.Cathottc .

may it be eaten at any meal, op of Rome. the :sudden influx of people .tory. generosity In alms and for his

t, .


: The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 22, 1963 Page Five

Expert Says Council To

. Spread Gospel by Using Mass MediaBy European Students Given

Ideals of Unity by Pope

James G. O'Neill !

NCWC News Service .I VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) John XXIII has state'

VATICAN CITY-The ecumenical council's main interest in radio, movies, tele- ,. that although the Church respects national and ethni
vision and the press is to find out how to use them to "preach the and
Gospel spread characteristics, it wishes to see its sons "united in a spin

Christian education," Archbishop Martin J. O'Connor, rector of Rome's North American : of real brotherhood._ "

College, has stressed in an interview here. He has been head of the pontifical commIs- brotherly excaanges, t h r
The Pope stressed the need
which has.
lIon for movies, radio and gifts one
teIQ vision since 1947.A According to a council press either as a means of entertainment for unity in an audience granted 'The Church respects, therefore

bulletin, "all the Fathers with- or as a means by which recently to the international and has great esteem foi
native of Scranton, the executive committee for the
out exception" had a "favor ideas and culture are commun- the characteristics and noblt
:Archbishop was the only prel- able opinion" of the project and icated," he said. day of observance for the traditions of every ethnicac
ate not a Cardinal to head an schools. The
some of them gave it "great Turning to the pastoral European organization group, but It wishes above aUto )
agency set up by Pope John promotes unity
XXIII to praise. problems involved, Archbishop see them united In a splrl'
for the
prepare second school children and
Vatican Although the council Fathers O'Connor said that they were t iJItW of real brotherhood," he em
Council-the preparatory I hopes to the for
pave way
approved of the substance of three in number. phasized.The .
secretariat for com eventual European union.
munications medIa.ArchbIshop the project, which was prepared "The main problem Is to determIne Pope singled out thi
Pope John praised the -
by Archbishop O'Con
how to use mass media universal liturgy of the Church
O'Connor also nor's preparatory secretariat I for its efforts to
for Christian purposes. which "unites men of ever?
lerved on the central prepara- the Fathers returned the proj I guide youth towards ideals "of
tory commission. When the ect for rephrasing aimed "Secondly, there is the ques- I effective cooperation and un- language and nationality In om
council particularly tion of how to help Christian single t rib ute of worship
opened last October the their
at making it briefer. derstanding among respective "
thanksgiving and love, as ar
people-viewers and listenersto
Archbishop was elected by the The Fathers recommended at people."
council Fathers to serve as a the same time that the profit better from mass eF He noted that the various example of the way different

member of the council's com tifical commission for movies pon-, media and how to help them | contests sponsored by the organization nations can be united.
mission defend themselves in the worldof As the Church succeeds In
for the lay apostolateand of
are a means
radio and television be expanded ,.* t.
communications media. mass media," he said. ::d.:,. with shrewd wisdom bringing Its sons closer together .
to include the .jV. t. ..
press. .
The "For example there are the ."n." "" t:001 1",0",.,... ', .... for the of the world and "through the liturgy In
problems of mass media The council's first mandate .... 'N#. ".._..JI..._..,.--, .._...."'to; peace the of the same
are not new to the Catholic problems of educating choice, for the welfare of mankind. universality
went to this expanded com- ST. MATTHEW SPEAKS OF CHRIST'S FASTSt. worship," the Pope said, "so
Church understanding and use in
Archbishop O'Connorsaid. "God created nations not
mission. This mandate directed terms of personal, family and Matthew, Chapter 4, tells of Our Saviour's 40-day fast and the temptations of too one could build little by
for them to be In conflict
' He pointed out that the Holy with the the commission of to draw up, social life. Satan which included taking: Him into a very high mountain but Jesus said, "Be- with one another," the Pope little, with the help of the

See "has published several solemn -various nations help experts from Instruction "In fact, It is a question of gone, Satan! For it is written: The Lord thy God shalt thou adore, and him only shalt said, "but for them to love schools of Europe, this Europeof
a pastoral
documents and various on the practical con- how man can preserve sanctifying thou serve." The mountain ,pictured is near Jericho.Regulations one another and to place at persons and"nations that i is

Popes have spoken out on the sequences of the communications grace in the face of the service of all, through greatly desired.

problems related to the press, media project. the effects of mass media,"

movies radio and televisionfor he cautioned. On Beach
Archbishop O'Connor noted Daytona
the past 40 years." that In considering the doctrinal During the council discus- Missionary; Says

Yet, the council's three- sions the point was made that
aspects mass com- Psychiatric Care WOODS
day (November 23, 24 and munications, In preparation for "the pagan concept of life Fast and AbstinenceTO

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Insured Superiority
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Six The Florida Catholic Friday Feb. 22,1963Mosaicof >'. .
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; I S.S iL-_= Pope's Loye


Saint Joseph ExpectedTo I By British Methodist Head

Be Mounted in Vatican by EasterBy L tv VATICAN CITY (NC-The leader of Britain's Methodists __ ____

1 ____ has paid a courtesy call on Pope John XXIII "to
Msgr. James L Tucek encourage and endorse his work for unity." Rev. Leslie _

NCWC News Service Davison spent a recent half hour with Pope John in his

VATICAN CITY-St. Peter's Basilica is getting its first permanent image of Saint private library. Vatican sources said their conversation

"Joseph. A ten by six-and-a-half-foot mosaic which is being made at the Vatican mosaic uthtln many subjects, "especially the Second Vatican _
studio, is expected to be mounted by Easter. It has been planned as a memorial to the u; >unCll." Vita
the weekly
1 news ,
steps Pope John XXHI has taken to give more honor___ __ to the foster fathpr nf (ThriSt 'I- d Rev. Davison, president of ,
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Pope John, who was baptized ; the British Methodist confer
: : 'To spend time with the
words: "You shall rule over the Vatican Gardens behindSt. .. .
with the name of Joseph, .. '., ence, said the Pope told himLet's : Pope was a spiritual blessing.
house. Peter's.
indicated in an apostolic letter my Up to the time of :: forget those sad centuries : immediatesen
Master artisans of the mosaic the Lateran He conveys an
Treaty ((1929)),
of March 19 (the feast of St. when men met only to : of unaffected goodness
studio have finished twothirdsof
was situated in the San Damaso
Joseph), 1961, that he was going quarrel. Let's meet to love one
Christian feel
the mosaic, including the full courtyard of the Apostolic which makes any
to put the Second Vatican "
Council under the of figure of Saint Joseph. It lies Palace. !+ 1 another. ;at once at home with him."
St. on the floor of the studio andis The more than 28,500 color 5e The Methodist leader said He said that he paid the
covered with sheets of cello- graduations used in the studio's that Pope John's initiative in I courtesy call on the Pope "to
At the end of that letter he
: the ecumenical movement is what I know to be the
phane three artisans mosaics from I express
assemble come enamels : '
that he
promised and would give"a solemn the remaining sections baked in the kilns of the old :i: IIJ ''', t" "Jf greatly appreciated by. Proto sincere desire and prayer of
new, greater more i
splendor" to the altar in with pieces of colored stone mosaic studio over 150 years estants. Methodists everywhere, that

St. Peter's dedicated to Saint and enamel, all of which mea ago. "One reason for my visit :the movement that is drawingall

Joseph. sure less than a half.inch The kilns have long since i1stt here," he said, "was to en- Christians more closely together

The work now being completed square. been dismantled, but they .'. Jki' \ courage and endorse his work may continue to gain

in the Vatican's mosaic When the mosaic Is completed produced so many enamel for unity." .impetus and to indicate the

studio is a direct result of that it will have taken the tiles in the first years of the ..... ___ ii The Pope :spoke In Italian prayerful support of Methodists -
for all in the Church of
three artists Edoardo Ansel-
promise. 19th century that there are and in French during the

S It Is intended to record also mi, 47, Fabrizio Parzi, 42, and enough of them to last for 3j' 1. visit. Rome who are engaged in it."

Silvio Secchi, 37-more than a future decades.
the order the Pope Issued many i Monsignor Igino Cardinale
of delicate and tedious
year Fourteen master artisans and Former Mission
November 13 J9G2 to Insert
chief of protocol of the Vatican
labor under the guidance of
one apprentice now staff the
the of Saint Joseph! in
name secretariat of state, was pres-
Virgilio Cassio director of the HonoredOn
studio under the direction of Priest
the Canon of the Mass. ent as translator.
Vatican mosaic studio. the 49-year-old Cassio. As in
The mosaic is a of a
copy Reverend Davison the 91st Birthday
They sit at easels with the gave
Achille Funi 71. the past, when Cardinals,
; painting by ,
5 master in front of them. Pope a copy of the Methodist
year-old Milan artist, whose copy princes and patrons of the arts TEXAFLY, XJ. (XO) -Father -
At their side is a tray containing __ hymnal that includes hymnsby
commissioned the studio to
works hang In galleries in Peter J. Hess S.M.A.,
Rome, Moscow, Venice, Milan thousands of pieces of produce mosaics for churches, ST. JOSEPH MOSAIC PREPARED FOR VATICAN BASILICA Father Frederick Faber, a who was invalided from the
convert to Catholicity who wasa
enamel with differ.
and Lausanne. It depicts Saint palaces and museums, so todayit Three artists at the Vatican's mosaic studios are shown working on the mosaic friend of John Cardinal -West African missions of the
Each studies Henry
: ing hues. man
Joseph as a young man hold that section of the image as- receives orders from all image of St. Joseph to be installed in St. Peter's Basilica by Easter. The first permanent Newman, theologian and Society of African Missions in.

ing the Child Jesus in one arm signed to him. He selects the over The the National world. Shrine of the image of the foster-father of Christ to grace the Basilica, the 10 by six: feet writer who died in 1800. 1903, celebrated his gIst birthday

with a lily in his other hand.: color breaks it with mosaic is a direct result of a promise by Pope John XXIII to give increased honor to : here at the society's provincial
One of two angels in the paint. proper Immaculate Conception in L'O**rrvatore Romano, Vatican headquarters.Father .
: skill with a hammer the Spouse of Mary.Museums .
practiced Washington has three mosaics
ing bears a banner with the. City daily, commentedthat Hess was ordained to
and fits it to his part of the
the Vatican
made at
the Priesthood in 1895 In
Cardinal Requiem the Pope was "grateful for
picture.All mosaic studio served at the so-
BEACH MEMORIAL the mosaics over the A reproduction of the "Im to be Replaced By HOME (XC) Twenty Car the illustrious visitor's act of ciety's France.; minor lie seminary at Wif--
dinals and the Irish ambassa- "
altars in the Vatican Basilica- courtesy.

Ft. rrtrnbur&CHAPEL lirnrh 0-8577 often mistaken by visitors for maculate Spanish painter Conception"Bartolome by the Es- Offices in Lateran Palace dors to the Holy See and Mass Italy in Rev. Davison, describing his ton,1899 County, when Cork he, was Ireland sent, until to

SEMINOLE BEACH paintings-were assembled In teban Murillo ((1617-1682)) was attended a Requiem impressions of the audience to the missions in Nigeria.In .
the Church of Sant'Andrea
mosaic studio
MEMORIAL CHAPELt. the Vatican commissioned for the shrine ROME:\ (NC-The museums in the Lateran Palace here 1903, seriously ill, Father
della Valle for John Cardinal
which founded St.Peter's
l.etenborc 391-8907 was by Pope Benedict XV and sentto have been closed to the public this month because the 16th All Ireland Hess was returned to France,
was still being built D'Alton, Primate of Snow Impedes
the shrine by Pope Pius XI Century building is being remodeled to accommodate the who died in Dublin on February expecting to die there.

The Basilica's constructiontook in 1930. The original painting new central headquarters of Cardinal Tis- WICKLOW, Ireland (NT) In 19M,he came to the United -
176 "rars-t-IdO to 1626. in Madrid's Prado mu- nently occupied bv them. They 1. Eugene
hangs v Heavy snow forced a Priest Stales and worked In
(f rtt!<5 ;fuuuni F2mt the the Rome diocese. serant, dean of the College of
Paintings of great mas- seum. chose to live either at the Vatican from Barndarrig near here to Negro parishes! In Atlanta,
Rendal L. Bennett ters of the Renaissance already Pius XII commissioneda The administrative offices of or at the Quirinal Palace. Cardinals, gave the absolution.
A. 11. Craig Pope use a tractor to complete a sick Ian and Augusta.In : .
Ambulance Service hung over the altars of the mosaic reproduction of the the Rome diocese are now located -The latter is today the official Holy See BurlindiRelations call. Father Patrick Lavelle recent years he has! been

VA 4.1673 Basilica before it was com "Assumption of the Virgin" by in inadequate quarters in residence of the president of started out by car to go to a stationed at the provincial

ST. AUGUSTINE pleted. When, in 1575, it was Titian (1477-1576)), a master of several buildings throughoutthe Italy.In. Set sick parishioner but the car house.

noticed that the paintings were the Venetian school of paint city. No completion date the 17th century the VATICAN" CITY (NO)-The could not make it through Though in failing health, Father -

I deteriorating and turning black ing. But, like Pope BenedictXV for the remodeling has been Lateran Palace was used as a Holy See and the new African snowdrifts on the area's hilly Hess offers Mass each

from the smoke of candles and Pius XII died before his announced. hospital.In nation of Burundi have agreedto roads. day. Until recently, he assisted

torches, it was decided to pre- gift to the shrine was com- Three collections housed in 1805, Pope Pius XII as- establish diplomatic rela Another Priest, Father Pat. in local parishes on weekends,

: serve the paintings elsewhereand pleted. Pope John ordered the the Lateran PalacepreChristian signed portions of it to house tions.A rick Dowling from Ballymore hearing confessions and offering

:ALMS to copy them in mosaic. masterpiece delivered in 1960. Roman antiquities, early the archives of the Papal recent Vatican announcement Eustace recently crossed Mass.

Thus began the studio.It The original is in the Franciscan Christian monuments and the States. said that Pope John Poulaph uca Lake in a boat Father Hess was honored ata

copied the paintings of the church of Santa Maria missionary ethnological collection Pope Gregory XVI, who
% XXIII has named as first apostolic with workers from a nearby luncheon by his fellow missionaries
.. Italian masters Raphael, Do- Gloriosa dei FraU in Venice. -are to be moved to two was Pope from 1831 to 1846, nuncio to Burundi Arch- power station to bring insulinto at the motherhousehere

-I menichino, Guercino, Guido The most recent Vatican new buildings planned for Vatican was the first pontiff to use bishop Vito Roberti! who is a diabetic patient in the on his birthday recently

MynardA.Dury.a.FrokM. ft/J r Reni and many others. Some of mosaic to come to the shrineis City. the Immense building: as a now apostolic delegate to the snowbound village of Bally, after he offered a private Mass

-- the artists worked in the a reproduction of the imageof The Lateran Palace ad. museum when he ordered Congo. knocken. of thanksgiving.

649 2nd Av"e. So. Ph. 862.6503 mosaic studio themselves.The the Mother of Perpetual joins the Basilica of St. John the papal collection of pre- The agreement brings to 51

ST. PETERSBURG studio is now located in Help in the Redemptorist Fa Lateran, the cathedral churchof Christian Rome antiquitiesto the number of diplomatic mis- :

I its own separate building in thers' Sant' Alfonso church in Rome. It was In this pal be placed there. sions accredited to the Holy
-_ Rome. This mosaic, which, arrived ace that the Lateran treatybich His successor, Pope Pius IX, See. There are 38 embassiesand ,
in December, 1961, is in \\ set up Vatican Cityas who reigned until 1879, added 11 legations. The Uruguayan -

the shrine's east transept an independent Mate! was the Christian museum and embassy and Indonesian FUNERAL DIRECTORCLEARWATER

k; chapel of the Mother of Per Mgned: February 11, 1929. Pope Pius XI consigned to the legation are kept open by 1721 Gulf-To-Bay Phone 446-3055

petual Help. The other two, The palace as it exists today same building the missionary charges d'affaires.The .

FUNERAL DIRECTORS which are companion pieces, was begun in 1585 and was extensively ethnological collection which kingdom of Burundi,

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I Father John A. O'Brien '. ,- "1114; The Florida Catholic, Friday, ,

I ; Joe Williams

Vocation Given Youth
I Will All This Walking Lead

Seeking Truth by Study ;

I \ To U.S. Physical Fitness ?

r WHEN a golfer is especially eager to sink a ten or 12 .
is the best to put this coun-
walking way
putt on a tricky green which slopes in WHETHER
several directions, what is he likely to do? He will probably on its feet may be debatable.Of .

step back, perhaps to the edge of the green, survey its course, what the administration specifically has in

whole topography, get the "lay of the land," and thus S\I \I mind is physical fitness. This sudden en-

l determine!_ !: ..., ..more. intelligently_ u. how to play that putt. SoI 1"J I.J : \J *: w 4 5 thusiasm for picking 'em up and order putting'em issued
IL is in me aomam of religion. I l down traces to an executive -

When a truth seeker sees a had never stopped to Inquire 12 k in 1908 which recently found its way -

I dozen church spires pointing the when or wh re my Church, to President John F. Kennedy's desk. .

in different directions, it is Congregationalist, was : Theodore Roosevelt, then in White House
founded or by whom."I .
"advisable- for. him to get the had imagined in a vague residency, felt it would not only be bully

oacKground of that like the other but just dandy, if Marine officers engaged -
each, determine way Prot- o_ ,.. & U I PA J t t J .
; ., 9'__ I a w I 4 I'I' J J periodically in 50-mile marches. Teddy
estant denominations it went
where ,; '
\ /
MJ :
when and by back to Christ. Imagine my Roosevelt was a dedicated physical cul- /

whom it was 4 surprise when i discovered that turist. Body bends, push-ups, rope-skip-

founded. 11 :) J the first Protestant Churchthe ping, bag-punching, sparring. Touch foot-

was because Lutheran was founded ball was unknown at the time. Otherwise, it might not

William A. only in 1524 by Martin Luther. have had a future.
"The Congregationalist was W. Allen of Buffalo. Zinn, from
Abeloe of Walking is also a competitive -
atoga, C a sar'l founded by John Smyth in Amsterdam v --- 5' 'z .ib"'P' ...-:- -.:; sport. For pertinent ma one mile to 10; Allen from 10
in to 30.
GOO, while the
ornia, did ASSUMPTION PARISH BASKETBALL CHAMPS IN JACKSONVILLE terial we checked with the Amateur
.. .. .
.L. Methodist Episcopal was found. "Of course, you can't over-
ims mat fle found his into Catholic and Catholic tournament' Lanahan Tim Dave Hewitt Joe Cibulski Athletic Union's Dan
way ed by.John and Charles Wesleyin League champions Cagle, ; top row, look Babe Ruth," Ferris
the Catholic Church and is now this in Jacksonville these : ( ) Eddie Kimball Lee Ferris asking this official,
England in 1739. The term champions year are AssumpCoach Hartley, Harry Flemming, warned.
assistant "who the best of the
Baptist parish pastor of St.El John the 'Protestantism' had its originat tion team members, foreground, from left, Mike Riley, ,Jim Rooney, John Watts, Carl Stokes, Ray Seghers, walkers was?" "You must be kidding," we

"The at Cerrito.. the Diet of Spires in Germany Greg Juro, Jim Lanahan, Denzel Smith, Phil Browning; Charlie Fischer manager). The tournament is an annual "My favorite was George protested. "Babe would call a

," related story Father of my \he-Iot'comerslon in 1529. middle row, Bill Cooper, Jack Brennan, Jeff Eckert, John event between Jacksonville Catholic grade schools. Goulding the Canadian," said taxi Just to cross the street.
short "'\Thy then, are fellows
"Is "In I discovered that Mr. Ferris. His Olympic record you

me and the one mercy gift written of of faith Clod.by,the and He grace gate withit the 15 centuries Protestant and sects more originated after HN Rally Hears Naval Officer Urge New Films for for years.the 10,000-meter Goulding made walk walk-stood always than any writing" other he ballplayer walked more in

Christ had founded the Cath- history? Exit Ferris, chuck
look that's hard
Ing and ,
a oration to the diocesan easy
olic Church in Jerusalem in KPT I*wed rrrrntly and rlao>tflcd ling.
what with the restrictions that
Priesthood. Use of Our Education TenetsAGANA .
the year 33. Daily by the Legion of Dfrrnrf.Morally must be observed." Coast.tocoastvalktnt seem

"I was reared as a Congregationalist "The Apostles I discovered Unobjectionablefor The walkers are good humor to have disappeared, along

and first became acquainted were the first Bishops of the Guam (NC-Effective Catholic education is graduated from the class- General Patronage boys of track and field. They with many sillier fads.

with the Catholic CathOlic Church and hence her room and practiced constantly daily in all walks of life, Rear Admiral Thomas A. TAMMY AND THE DOCTOR always get a laugh. That's be- Payson Weston was the most

Church when I entered Bel. doctrines are those taught by Christopher has asserted here. (Univ-IntL) cause a normal, natural pedestrian industrious of this strange cult,
larmlne College Preparatory, a it number of times. For
Catholic the Apostles.St. The commander of United States Navy forces in the :Marianas was extended the Morally Unobjectionable gait is impossible. made a
high school in nearby Peter, Bishop of Rome, privilege of delivering the principal address before the 18th annual Holy Name Society for .,Adults, and Adolescent: Under the rules the toe him possibly It was less an
Jose. There I got to know wan the first Pope) and all DAY OF TilE T1UFFIDS must not leave the ground ordeal than trying to sleep on
rally in Dulce Nombre de -
the Jesuit Priests and scholastics his successors trace their Confirmation is called in some leadership in the advancementof (Al. Art.) until the heel Is In contact trains.

and became familiar with authority back to him and Maria cathedral recently. expression of apostolic zeal- Christian education-and remember Morally Unobjectionable with same. Abe Monteverde, now in his
Catholic customs and ceremonies. him Bishop Apollinaris W. Baum- 80's and living in Los Angeles,
thioiigh to Christ.
through prayers, good exampleand that Implicit in discipline for Adults Hence toe-and-heel walker,
Non-Catholics are requiredto "This convinced me of the gartner O.F.M. Cap., vicar conscientious fulfillmentof of education is the DIME WITH A the official was also equipped with tireless -
audit the religion course, so apostolic of Guam, presided at HALOMGM category.The defiant walking skill. He
truth of the Catholic religion.I his state in life. function of exercise or practice ( ) restrained stride and ,
I figured I might as well go all the cathedral ceremony and still full of vigor at 50,
completed my instructions "We must be articulate in ." LOVE IS A BALL (UA) piston-arm action produce a was
the and take it for credit."I spoke briefly at its conclusion.The .
way ,under Father Roger McAuliffe regards our Christian educa- comedy effect which tends to offering to bet he could ride
got good grades and Father S.J., at Santa Clara University naval officer emphasizedthat tion," the naval officer said. obscure the skills shank's mare coast to coas
Christian education "molds Unusual Freeze Allows Rare unique requisite -
James Healy S.J. the than anybody else in the
spiritual and was received into the "And to do so we must never to this labored type of faster
director, always kind and Church. All my family followed and perfects our mind and cease to enhance our knowl- competition. Unlike their har- world.
helpful, allowed me to becomean character in the tenets ofChrist's Ceremonial March Lake There takers then.
me, and in thanksgiving I decided edge so that we may logically, on ness-horse counterparts, the were no
'associate' member of the to spend my life in sharing teachings. impassionately and convincingly walkers are unaided by extraneous Today a new champion "coast-

sodality. Christ's precious treasure "Commencing in our homes, fulfill our responsibilities in MUENSTERLINGEN, Switzerland (NC) -Germansand devices. to-coaster" may come burstingout

"I" became well acquaintedwith our holy Faith, with others," in our, in daily public pursuits councils and business and- training that corrects molds, Swiss recently took part in a 400-year-old ceremony, Yet they'll do a mile under of this growing group of

Edward Malatesta, now a Father Abeloe concluded. strengthens, perfects mind and minutes where the enthusiastic walkers.
in the privacy of our individual which takes place regularly every century or so. It occurs seven aver-
Jesuit who was a year aheadof character," he emphasized."As hiker will require 12 to 15.
Poet Laureate lives we must constantly whenever the upper finger of Lake Constance on the Swiss- ago
me. He was always a source exercise our lessons of Chris- we are proud and German border freezes over America's top hands or feet JACKSONVILLECHARCOAL
of good example and edification WILMINGTON: (XC-\Ioth. tian education" Admiral Chris- zealous of our Americanism -which is not often.A The Catholic clergy of Muen- at the moment, according to
to me, and undoubtedly it er M. Aloysius Peach, of Ursu- said. and the freedoms which we sterlingen recently led some Ferris, are Eonald Zinn West
is his with thoseof procession crosses the 300 Swiss Protestants and Catholics -
prayers along line Academy here has been The naval officer said leader- enjoy," Admiral Christopher Point graduate, now United EDAWO+O'JJ
many others, especially named poet laureate of Delaware continued' "we should be frozen lake at a place where it in a two-and-a-half-hour States Army officer, and John
ship "is not unique to the is about 12 miles and -.' ZT=E
other young Jesuits. that by Governor Elbert N. Christian across a foot march across the lake. -
helped me along the road to Carvel. She teaches Latin, his- military and we find it In evidence doubly education so for of it our is from God portrait of St. John the Evangelist During the procession, the Water Diviner

conversion and the Priesthood. tory, English and music at thegirls' about us every day-in changes hands between a marchers prayed for world } \'ORPortuJtal: (NC) -A
work, in play, in social activities that all our blessings.... flow..
"My course in religion opened academy, and is. ,the "- parish in Hagnau on the Ger- peace and for the success of 79-year-old Priest whose success -
." He'called upon Holy "Let us not be subject to the side and a parish in water diviner put him
my eyes to the Apostolic char author of a volume of poems the ecumenical council.. as a
acter of the Catholic religion. entitled, "One Fold, One Shep-- Name Society men to "take active sharp rebuff St. Jerome directed Muensterlingen on the Swiss The procession was widely in constant demand for this \ct.D
leadership in Christian education to a friend-'Why must
you service
throughout Portugaland
.Like most non-Catholics, I herd. side.The spread out to lessen the dangerof
under the guidance of be such a chicken-hearted event has taken place in other countries, noted STEAKS
breaking through the ice
our clergy. Christian? only four times since it startedin his GOth year in the Salesian
which cracked loudly as the Font of n"at.r St. Viaduct
SCHOOLSSAINT "The forces! of evil' that are The naval officer observed 1573. order. He is Father Peiro
crowd moved along.Muensterlingen's EL 4.0118
loose in the world today that Guam has long been a The image went' to Hagnau Vicente da Silva.. Morals.

striving to take from us our center of Christianity in the February 5, 1830, and Muen- school chil-

JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN Cod-given blessings dictate western Pacific and said it is sterlingen had to wait 133 dren were strung together witha FREE I'AKKINfi FRER PARKING
that we do so for the survival rope. After the children camea .
the responsibility of Holy years for this jear's severe -
BEACH of mankinddmiral Name men to "assure strongScholarships winter to get the image back. band, the Priests, altar boys lAStBULLINGKKLIAHLK: : 'P HA-R'MA.CY ,
Resident and day school for girls- grades one through eight. Christopher said. and a long line of men and -
Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swimming "Pope John said that the women. Swiss firemen accompanied PRESCRIPTION KKKIICKDrur.

pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art, question of channeling the relatively Available the procession with .. Coimrtle Clear mod Camera Department
dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint of rescue equipment. r_ I'lrknp and Delivery Lanrhcon and Soda Bar
untapped energies IlUd. 1'11.0131.. 8-0733:
2032 Hlandlnr
Joseph. For further information apply to: Sister Directress, the lay Catholic into the main For of MedicineJACKSONVILLE Church bells and cannon I). Q. KA8TERLINC. Owor-M aKer
Saint Jensen Beach. Study
Joseph Academy, stream of the Church's apos- shots greeted the marchers as

tolate would be an object of they reached: the Hagnau shore
vital concern and special studyat -Applications for scholarships for where they were greeted by
SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAINT the Second Vatican Council." the study of medicine are being received two months earlier several thousand Germans. BROWN MOTORSBody

AUGUSTINE.; FLORIDA He reminded that every this year than usual by the Florida State Board of The portrait of St. John was &: Fender Work- Baked Enamel or Lacquer

Academic Resident and and commercial Day School course for !Girls- Fully, Grades accreditedMusic 7-12 Catholic through Baptism and Health, Dr. Wilson T. Sowder, state health officer, has transferred in a solemn cere- Insurance Claims Handled PromptlySeat
Covers and Convertible
said here.
Art Dramatics Tennis mony to the Muensterlingen
For further i Under the new trimester Pick Up and Delivery Service:
particulars address" : Sister Directress system Catholics who took the image
...... S .
inaugurated this year by back to their parish.

i s a I. state universities, the first The first procession took EX 8-7407 4' ;

ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident trimester was completed before place on February 17, 1373; .

.))7 Christmas and applicationsthus the second, about a 100 years 1244 Kings i Ave. \ t-1
and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully .S S r were necessitated much third
later February
on -
accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general! earlier than in previous ;years. SOUTHSIDEfixcfete -
courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy April 10 is the deadline. ts
Names. 3319 I Bayshore Boulevard Tampa, Florida.Florida's The scholarships are for Hagnau pastor said that
'..*. f the Ice procession might have
; four years. started as an expression of
t Students who receive them praise to God for the unusual

11'1 must agree that upon graduation phenomenon of the frozen } / 9nt ipot
'r 'J
they will practice for five
'S S. _# upper lake.
illi III years In a Florida community
hi needing doctor. 0 DIRECT FROM THE HOLY LAND!

I, Ten scholarships are award. Scout Awards Told 0 FIRST TIME AVAILABLE IN UNITED STATES!

i Catholic College To be eligible, a student National Catholic Committee
I II, must have completed his pre- on Scouting has issued here WONDERFUL GIFTS!

1,1, medical studies in an approved facts atxJut Catholics in the

) college or university and have Boy Scouts of America in 19G2.
of ,
11 11II s_ J $ v' .1 been accepted for admittanceto They report:
I 44:1 an accredited school of med- The Cardinals Archbishopsand
__.. ___ ._ ,
.r.----- ---.a. -
icine. Thus, high school grad- Bishops of their respectivearchdioceses
II DistinctionFor I III' ALTARE DEI WINNERS uates are not eligible. and dioceses 4 5t

Catholic scouting's cherished award, the Ad Altare The applicant must have beena awarded 9659 "Parvuli Dei" .

Dei medal, was been merited by, from the left, David citizen and resident of Flor- awards to Cub Scouts; 11,312 .5' 5 A: ;
Young Men and Women Roberts, and twins Neal and Eddie Betancourt, all of ida for at least five years priorto "Ad Altare Dei" awards to Boy

II' St. Matthew parish Troop 132, Jacksonville. submission of his applica. Scouts and Explorers; and 52 hA
I tion, must be of good characterand "Pope Pius XII" awards to Ex kj ;
In genuine need of finan- plorers. ,
cial assistance for the study of The St. George award for an
ji WRITE Resident and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful medicine. The scholarshipswere outstanding contribution to the
Lake Worth. Grades to twelve. Fully accredited. New
one set the Florida
up by leg- spiritual development of Catholic -
1'1' buildings. All sports music, art, dramatics. Directed by
islature 1955.
Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar, youth through Scoutingwas
Father Serra MedalWAShINGTON leaders. This is a diocesan

SAINT LEO COLLEGE (XO-Leg-award and Is made by the Ordinary I. H.ndcarved
Satisfaction Oiiv.wood Beads 1. C'o'i
islation has been Introduced in of the diocese. _
HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN for a The committee also Guaranteed_ '" ,.... T
I' congress striking commemorative presentedthe I tt,.; t. k {It" 0 (fay"
medal for the 250th golden St. George awardto

II SAINT LEO, FLA. Conducted by the ANTONIO Benedictine Sisters anniversary of the birth,of next Father November Junipero 24, Kellstadt.the Honorable Charles H :_ _1u 1_:: :91\teftnallonaQ
Grades nine : f. O. a.. W-OrUn4., Ftouh -
Resident school
and day for girls through
Serra, founder of the famous Nearly 50,000 Scouts and
twelve Academic and commercial courses and private missions. In \m Phase! send'me... ..__ "Hofy land Rosaries I
offering first two California Explorers participated Over ______ Check DM0.I
years a@$5..d.Tesi< > $ Q
classes in the fine offered Extensive with
arts are .campus! The Franciscan Priest founded 250 retreats for Boy':Scouts, .
I Affiliated with the Catholic University of America private lake in a healthful location provides opportunity 21 missions in California. the report notes. Nlrne .
rTr Add,..._ i iI .
for all sports. Legislation was introduced ear- Bishop William G. Connareof .
Order of Saint Benedict of Florida I
ZOM_ Stat..__
FULLY ACCREDITEDFor lier to authorize a special pos- Greenburg Las been appointed City .
Ii 0 further Information address tage stamp to mark the anni chairman of the com- -I I ugMMuuuuuU FC-RO .
______ SISTER REGISTRAR versary. mittee. Church Organizltions Writ for Our Special "Fund Raising Oil".





Page Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 22, 1963 P! J '\fIltIj'N<':"': 'l't.': --...-.- <:- ".....,;;.. ", nC -!!'' : .. .''.

I : :
Catholic Book Reviews fbt'i '

t ;; .

Priest's Role in U. S. Social Reform RecalledThe .'. ,.. ,"". .. 1c

following article takes notice of two events which coincide this month: the appearance of a definitive biography of Monsignor John A. ":
Ryan and the 44th Anniversary of the publication of the Bishops' Program of Social Reconstruction! of which M on signer Ryan was the principal N
author. Monsignor Higgins was closely associated with Monsignor Ryan in the last years of the litter's life and la a successor to him u 4H '
director of the NCWC Department of Social
Action.By Monsignor George G. Higgins :

ON a lovely Spring morning a coincidence, and the other Four months later he died in some of Broderick's specific :j IS f

May, 1945 a group of Priests who had come to see a Catholic hospital in St. Paul judgments and evaluations and I : :

four or five Priests from the him off likewise felt that they fortified with the sacraments of will be able to pick him up

staff of the National Catholic had to go to rather elaborate the Church and surrounded by here and there on a" point of }
Welfare Conference droppedout lengths to camouflage their the few remaining members of fact, I feel confident that most %

to the Washington National real reason for being at the his immediate family. of them, together with the ma-

Airport with their venerable airport. During the intervening years, jority of Broderick's professional a aJ <

colleague, Monsignor John A. Their real reason, of course, the thought has occurred to me peers, will give it as M

Ryan, director of the NCWC was that they wanted to more than once that that last their final verdict that "Right 111

social action department, who show their respect and affec- trip of Monsignor Ryan's to the Reverend New Dealer" is, from rlkr a arr '

was scheduled to catch a plane tion for a great and very See city of his native diocese every point of view, a superior

for St. Paul where he had been lovable human being who was strikingly characteristic of piece of work and one that will

ordained to the Priesthood in they knew was dying and the man, almost down to the probably never be supplanted.I P e, x .. 4 MY.VMirrly 4T

1898 and where he had begunhis whom they never expected last detail. recommend the book

distinguished career as "a to see again this side of All his life he had been the very highly to all those, a

Priest-professor and social re- eternity. serious student of economicand Catholics and nonCatholicsalike e .
fcrmer extraordinary." There was a great deal of social problems and almosta who are interested in e h ,

Monsignor Ryan was going studied casualness and awk- caricature of the lovably the history of social reformin

back to St. Paul ostensibly to wardly contrived cheerfulnessand gruff Priest-professor and social the United States. \
good humor about our con- reformer. And the fact that 1
pay a more or less routine More specifically, to those !
visit to the members f his versation as we waited for his he was making what he must
a who have a particular interestin -
immediate plane to be called, but the have known would be his last
family and to recuperate the role of the Church and i
gruff old Priest, who was never this earth
from a lingering ill trip anywhere on the role of the theologian in
one to wear his feelings on his didn't to affect him
but in seem or
ness reality (whetherhe the field of social reconstruction. .
knew it or not, and he prob-- sleeve, must have seen throughthe change him in the least. .

ably did) to prepare for his charade, for there were He acted and talked as Obviously it would be Im- BOOK WEEK AT TITUSVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY

death, which was clearly imminent tears in his eyes as he boardedhis though he were preparingashe possible to summarize the con- In conjunction with Catholic Book Week, February the public library are, from left, Mrs. Wallace Dal Santo,
plane, and it was only with had done a thousand times I
tents of Broderick's 279-page 17 to 23, St. Teresa's Catholic Women's Club has sponMrs.. Ronald Fernandez and Mrs. Zygmunt Swidzinski.
difficulty that the rest of us before-to write another articleor
I had been assigned to accompany managed to conceal our own draft another speech on one biography of Monsignor Ryan sored a display of literature. :Members of the parish at Book week falls in Catholic Press Month.
him the within the limits of a brief re
on trip to
emotions.In of the burning issues of the
Minnesota! but I thought that view. Assistant Named
event the old
I had to pretend, rather im- quickly regained his com- day.He was the same scholarly, The most that one can hopeto Holds Academic ApproachBest WASHINGTON (NC-John) MERCY MEDICAL

plausibly, that my presence on posure, and for the better part outspoken, and bluntly humorous do is to single out a few of E. McCarthy, administrative CENTERStill
his flight was more or less of the highlights in the pioneer in of CommunismSAN
of what turned out to be a Study
Priest that he had been Social Action Priest's phenom' assistant since 1919 in the immigration Needs Your Help.
slow and rather tedious trip to for almost 50 years. department, National

ST. AUGUSTINE St. Paul (with a long stopoverin All of this has been a enally successful and career social as "a FRANCISCO (NC-High) school courses on com- Catholic Welfare Conference, Send your contributions to
Priest-professor reformer -
Detroit for a change of rather roundabout way of with munism should be "academic," not emotional, a teachers'and has been named assistant director Mercy Medical CenterBox
equipment), he read a serious introducing the reader to the administrators' institute on teaching about communismwas of the department.
the hope that this will whet thereader's 2523 Orlando, Fla.
book on economics with his definitive biography of Monsignor -
THINKING critical pencil ever at the ready Ryan which was published appetite for more of told. secondary social science cur- Announcement of his appointment I
the and will send him in Father Timothy L. McDon-
and with all the energy and on February 11: same riculum, the approach, as in was made by BruceM.
ABOUT MORE concentration of a man of 25. "Right Reverend New search of a copy of Broderick'sbook. nell SJ., of the University of other high school subjects, Mohler, director of the de-
T facetsof San Francisco faculty said PATRONIZE THESEADVERTISERS
Many .
When he wasn't reading he Dealer: John A. Ryan" by Fran- should be academic. partment.Mr.
that "when introducing the
INSURANCE? was gulping down a piece of cis L. Broderick, professor of Monsignor Ryan's chronicledin study of communism into the Father McDonnell spoke to McCarthy succeeds to the
guished career are
apple pie and a glass of milk history at Phillips Exeter some 100 teachers and adminis- WHO SUPPORTOCR
L detail and with post held for 41 :years by Sarah
j AskFRANK with obvious relish and com- Academy, Exeter, New Hamp- ample trators attending the opening Weadick. Miss Weadick is nowa
Brod- :
menting, with his usual blunt- shire, (The Macmillan Com- scholarly competence by Georgia AffirmsAntiSmut session of an institute on consultant to the department.
HOWES ness and clarity of thought, on pany, New York, $5.95)). marxist-leninist ideology heldat
what he had just been readingor I have said that this is the Taken together, they add Bill the University of San Fran-
about on the headline stories in "definitive" biography of Mon. up to a record in the field of cisco. -,I(

the morning paper. signor Ryan and have done so social reform and social reconstruction ATLANTA (NO The Geor- The institute is designed as rr "
Cult Life's
advisedly, for while it is onlyto which has never gia house of representatives, bya an in-service orientation program

ADAPTeA.PLAN. ChevroletBuickSALES be expected that Dr. Ryan's been equalled by any other vote of 161 to 3, has approveda on teaching about com- ULTR-PfkoNAuzfD \I Ifop.
American Catholic.
surviving friends and coworkers new state anti-obscenity bill. munism for secondary educa-

and SERVICE will disagree with Monsignor Ryan was a great" The measure provides for a tors. 0
American and a great social reformer -
jail term of one to five years The Priest educator said a Carch
This Gulf life agent can tell Fort Marion Cardinal Visits who "never forgot that for violations.It there are three current approaches r 1q
with he Priest and that his
you how, was a in the (
it felony to United States .. ALL OCCASIONS
insurance U adaptable.For a
your the salvation of
business was
example, a family income Chevrolet Co. I Irish Columbans : "knowin ly" distribute or to teaching about commu
also provide substantial souls. nism. {)
plan can income. NAVAX Ireland (NC his possess obscene publications, cut hlt.tltt1Mt t'J aGl'CtJulcuj S'Jt1ud, +J
retirement ) The triumph of career He listed them ] t .!tlattU9 -
Give him a call todayl' 123 San Marco Ave. Francis Cardinal Spellman, Broderick notes in the closing> photographs, films or record- as the Im- 0 We! ( i..conutuj due,

P. O. BOX 548 St. AugustineVA Archbishop of New York, paidan sentence of his fine biography ing. personal communism approach is presented, in which in the -. A,a'. Atfd WMo u.ift eti Itas ,ed..

VA 4-2385 unexpected visit to the Co- "came from the skill with The state supreme court last Setea.u, tul4a cfese'Cs et(....
same Newton's law wouldbe
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA 9-2212 lumban Fathers' headquartershere which he blended traditional year struck down Georgia'sprevious way
C0lti ?
; the approach which would t, u, fjurtlte, a P etJettuQ,tteh.tb i i
--- last week. Catholic principles and the anti-obscenity law. make such instruction a "hate" ntii. ).r.m' ttL-suft you, wiAr tH ekt

He came here in the car of American progressive tradition, The House adopted the meas- course and the approach which d.ml1uuul., iti"it etc.a, tta i ( LUItl tlC call
Irish president Eamon de from the recognition of his ure after accepting an amend- Sotteett
treats communism as an ideol o\. U.t.J su,(-ed.41Y. dash;IQ'oUIt
Valera accompanied by a police achievement both by the ment to permit cities to enact with practical
ogy consequen-
escort. Church and by the nation, and their own anti-obscenity ord-
T.el..tlo'. )JAM1: WilL n n oRDOtarao in Bernl '
Cardinal Spellman was received from the translation of social inances, provided they are not ces.Father :McDonnell said the -r a'YERSI:'ANp T.1E QAf'Tlon........*829UP) I
by exiled Bishop Pat justice into the law of the land in conflict with the state meas third approach is the balanced .

rick Cleary S.s.c., of Nan- during his own lifetime." ure. (JfitJtr LETTERING .g tJiee.

cheng, China, and Father one.He praised the syllabus of ....
Nicholas Brennan S.S.C., di- OF-ALL KINDS
rector of the Colnmban Fathers This Kitchen Treat I the New Bedford, Massachu-
in Ireland.In I. Try setts, school system In this respect *
saying it bases instruc-
,_. __ g
an address to the Priests N-t- 4-" tion about communism on "con- t'NRITE Y (v. P.O. BOX 8818)IAKDAIE, FtOftlDA

and seminarians, the Cardinal trasting the rights of individ-

said: uals under the Declaration of

"I have come to show my Pi Independence and under com-
respect and appreciation of V munism."

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"S Feb. 22 1963 Nine
Push -- The Florida Catholic, Friday, Page
Fund Drive

To Build: Mercy Hospital Wichita Diocese

(Continued from Page One) Through the help of Mr. Bishop Leo C.Byrne Takes Up
work for "
Mercy. His recruit- Millard and the office staff, -
ing has been phenomenal to each worker will receive with Duties as Administrator
date his
co-workers have
the materials that they will --

By the time Hugh :Millard, executive -present to the prospective con WICHITA, Kansas (NC-Coadjutor) Bishop Leo C.
secretary of the Construction tributors to Mercy in the _
cou. Byrne has taken over his duties as apostolic administratorof

last worker Committee seated at, has the din.the pIe of weeks that lie ahead. the diocese of Wichita "sede plena" (the See being occupied -

prospective contributors
ner, the team should go well ]. 16 years, and said "all the
over the 500-mark()( in member are the citizens who, Pope John XXIII named orchids for achievement are to
ship. last year, asked to be seen Bishop Byrne administrator at the
be given to our clergy,
Among the featured speak again at this time or who the same time he acceded to other Religious and the laity."

ers on the program, February have indicated a desire to the desire of Bishop Mark K. Their "constant devotion and

24, wIll be Wilson McGee, subscribe to the Building Carroll to retire from the administration generous cooperation," he said.

editorial director of the Orlando Fund. of the diocese of wrote a "magnificent chapterin
Wichita because of ill health.
Dally "
Newspapers; Dr. The flair, the enthusiasm and the history of the diocese.
human, hospital consultant The Pope's action was an-
the spirit of this, group hasn'tdimmed "The diocese of Wichita Is
the Miami architectural nounced last week in Washington -
in the slightest since very fortunate to have as its
firms who are completing the by Archbishop Egidio
that historical day last year, n i_ shepherd the genial, gentle, and
plans; Sister Teresa Frances VagnozzI, apostolic delegate In
April 9, when these Leo C. Byrne,"
same enthusiasts capable Bishop
hospital administrator.Mr. Jt : I the United States. The an-
for Mercy announced j Carroll added.
McGee will nouncement coincided with the
cover the LI Y91 %
pledges of $1,114,000.00.Since c
need for the hospital In the 16th anniversary of BishopCarroll's
that time, through the
Ordinary -
community and community appointment as
support. Dr. Hillman and Sister -quiet efforts of the dedicated of the Wichita See. ORLANDOGary's

Teresa Frances will cover workers for Mercy, under the Bishop Byrne has been

the hospital facilities. Brailey leadership of Austin A. Caruso, __ Coadjutor Bishop of Wichita

Odham, corporations executive, the Fund has climbed as of SACRED HEART SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR INTERESTS SIXTH GRADERS with right of succession to Duck Inn

will discuss the participation of this date to 142023415. Sister Elisia, principal of the Pinellas Park school the sixth grade was held in conjunction with the visit Bishop Carroll since 1961. GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE

corporations and businesses In The workers coming to the watches her pupils, Philip Ward and Jacqueline Dowd to Sacred Heart School of Dr. Marian Jennings, right, Bishop Carroll retains the FINEST SEAFOOD AND

this effort for Mercy. February 26 campaign dinner examine new subjects "first hand." The Science Fair of an evaluator currently surveying diocesan schools. title of Bishop of Wichita.In ROAST BEEF ANYWHEREPhone
Chairman Serros and Vice- will learn more details about a statement Issued on the
GA 4-4531
Chairman O'Brien memorials available at Mercy occasion of the apostolic dele-
the schedule of activities outline In Hospital.For Bishop Honored Priest Sisters of Leper Hospital gate's announcement, Bishop 3974 So. Or. BI. Trail

connection with construction.Mr. those who wish to per. DALLAS (NC) Bishop Carroll noted that the dioceseof

Cilento will discuss and petuate the memory of a loved Thomas K. Gorman of Dallas. Wichita "has matured spiritually .
Instruct the workers on the one said Mr. Serros, in termsof Fort Worth has been named Released by Vietnam CommunistsBy and materially" the last PENCRAFTERSOR

job that lies ahead to help finance humanitarian services, the grand prior of the newly erect : ORLANDOAuthorized
the hospital. He will new Mercy Hospital provides ed Southwestern American Father Patrick O'Connor
be happy to see this*team of such an opportunity. There will SAIGON Vietnam NC-Father Pontiff Writes Factory Sales A ServIce -
lieutenancy of the EquestrianOrder ( ) Joseph Nguyen Huong Tien, three Sisters of : Fountain Pens Mechanical
workers for Mercy drawn together be memorial and special gift of the Holy Sepulchreof Charity and a girl helper-all of St. Joseph's leper hospital in Ben San-were recently Cardinal Letter Penclll, Ballpoint Refills. Books.
lists Leather & Plastic Imprinting.Name
at Rio PInar. j available for this purpose. Jerusalem. released by communist Vietcong guerrilla fighters after 25 days of captivity. Plate & D..k Blgna of

-- -- -- .. Plastic, Cigarette Lighter R...
Asks for Florida Law 4 Their captors lea them on a The prisoners were given For 80th BirthdayVATICAN paired.
a Wt4 three-hour march through the
JACKSONVILLE (NC-The -. fb forest and left them by the seven lengthy propaganda CITY (XC)-Pope 10 East Church Street

4000-raember)()( Florida retail fed + t4 4 roadside after nightfall. The lectures with many referen. John XXIII has written a let-

eration, In a resolution adopted 4g a4lz next morning the five made ces to Cuba. ter to Amleto Cardinal Cico-
here, has asked the state legislature itt their way, first on foot and Their captors described them gnani, papal secretary of state,

to adopt a law banning 4 S 4. then by car, 25 miles to Saigon. selves as the army of the "Na congratulating the Cardinal on
unnecessary Sunday business.The tional Liberation Front for his 80th birthday.
:* S They arrived at the conventof
+ ; "
S South Vietnam.
resolution said current
t Awe Informed Vatican
*S..S i the Sisters of Charity here,
trends, unless reversed twould 'S. thin but welL The Priest was One Sister was told: "You source described the letter, WEST CHURCH ST.

lead to all Florida retaillstoresbeing \ 5.5 : wearing his cassock and the were taken by mistake." The which Pope John wrote in his FISH MARKET

open seven days a\ week & S I : : Sisters were still in the white prisoners were also told they own hand, as "cordial and affectionate.
within two to five years. It ,,ukA S habits they were wearing when were "invited guests," but were ." FRESH SEAFOOD ALWAYS

said the "vast majority" of retail L # captured. accused of plotting espionage.The Cardinal Clcognani'g birth. LOBSTERS. OYSTERS

merchants in the state oppose S ,- : Sister Rose Gaillard, superiorof Vietcong blamed them day is on Feb'ruarf 24. CLAMS SHRIMP

this development. : the Ben San community, because they had done some Officials of the papal secretariat CRABMEAT SNAPPER

was the oldest of the five shopping for food at the request of state and other of. 546 W. Church GA 2-2326
prisoners. Born in France she of the soldiers assignedby fices of the Holy See's admin-

ORLANDOBARNES has spent 26 years working for the government to guard istrative staff, are gatheringon
WORKERSCAMPAIGNF0fl MERCY HOSPITAL, ORLANDO the poor and sick in Vietnam. their hospital. that date to sing a Te Deumin OFFICE SUPPLIES

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Arden 5-3487 GA 5.1717FRANCES February 24, at Bishop Moore relations with the re 23. away," although the Sisters 14k. Religious! Items ,, Inc.

Cafeteria to raise funds for public of the Congo, settingup Throughout their captivity have no authority over the Sterling Rosaries
310 Park A"c., South
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chairman of the dinner and he rundi on February 11, has until 11 at night with a halt ters so they could wash their DINNERS TO GO
will be ably assisted by co- been named apostolic nuncioto during the afternoon. Part of bedraggled white habits.
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p C Service I Calendar Printing (culinary arts), George Ray He will hold both posts. He folded, each led by a Vietcong us said the rotary in Vietnamese Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95

Labels Plaquu (service), Joe Lawton and John had been apostolic delegate in soldier. together and sang Fish Dinner $1.00
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dlnpfra antiseptic Gimmicks lunar new year, they were straw-roofed cabin the Sister
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!K..v M Vatican Says Sudan Cloaks

Diocese Archives House F at ti Reason for Expulsions

(Continued from Fan One) "For example, warrants of
fiscate the schools run by the expulsion were issued against
Oldest Documents in U.S. y missioners and replace these a Sister who died two years

people by trustworthy teachers, earlier and against a Brother

I. (Continued from Page One) safekeeping. The documents remained and other historically Impor- since these schools had been who had returned to Italy two

John Gilmary Shea, pioneer at the University until tant documents of the pioneer : created and financed by the years previously."

Historian 0 f the Catholic 1962, when they were parish will be built soon on 1 ., colonialists."The Vatican Radio said that interior

;hurch in the United States. brought home to be placed in the grounds of the Missionof ,: .y truth is that the" missioners minister Irwa tried to

pr. Shea went to Havana: and, special vaults administered by Xombre de Dios, site of 4! '.: began to build their convey the idea that only those
after an arduous search, uncovered the Cathedral. Menendez's landing and of schools many years before missionaries who had been en-

the mission volumes. The pages of the ancient registers the First Parish Mass in % they received subsidies! from gaged in educational work are

Some of the oldest pages are still today in good 1565. .1:ti' 6 rN ate Y JlrT? i'i I the British government being expelled.

were pocked by mold and insect condition thanks to protective There they will be placed oft i which regularly gave them "The fact remains?," It said,
sheaths of cellulose acetate view to the thousands of visitors 'Y ___ substantial funds only in "that the Missionary SocietiesAct
but otherwise
damage, !h
were in fair; to good condition. foil applied to them by The Na- who annually visit the historic \ the last 10 years of its admin. forbids missioners and the
tional Archives in 1939.A Mission-true birthplaceof istration." native clergy the exercise of
X>r. Shea wrote back news ofJiffs
i find to St. Augustine and special library and exhibition American Christian civiliza- Vatican Radio continued: every kind of religious or relief -
negotiations ensued between hall to house these tion. "The mass expulsion of missioners activity. It is also true

Bishop :Moore and the Arch- from the Southern that Priests, Sisters and Brothers -
bishop of Havana for returnof Snell Isle's St. Raphael Sudan cannot be justified by who have never been en-

the priceless manuscripts to the confiscation of the schools, gaged in educational work have

,their true home.In Church Dedicated Feb. 17thContinued p 3 <: which was carried out in 1957. been expelled from the coun-
The expulsions began only a try."
1906; during the epis- few months and after the The commentator reportedthat
( from Fare One) rear of this sanctuary has the ago
copacy of Moore's successor, the opening of the Second high altar of imported marble Missionary Societies Act came only 22 Priests are left

Bishop William Kenny, the Vatican Council. and a gold ceramic phoenix, into force." in the vicariate apostolic of

registers were returned.On This provisional church of with a worthy mural of the Vatican Radio dealt with the Juba in the Southern Sudan.

St. Raphael will be followedby Crucifixion group at the rear. -..... ..._..i&4I'.fP" ,. Irwa assertion that the expulsion Four of these are attached to
their arrival in St. Augustine CANDLES TO PENETRATE IRON CURTAIN of missionaries took into the seminary and two are In
a !school' and other parish There is a liturgical tester
it was discovered that buildings in the plans for the over the high altar and pre- During recent traditional Candelemas Day ceremonies, Pope John promised to account the personal positionof charge of the organization fornative
one volume was missing. This each missionary individually. Brothers, he said, leaving .
future. della. The tester is embellishedwith send many 'of the candles presented to him by the Roman clergy to Catholic faithful
undelivered volume remaineda The architect has describedthe gold ceramic ornamentand behind the Iron Curtain. The Pope said he was sending the candles to "the four cor- It said: only 16, including the vicar
question mark until its "These expulsions' on the apostolic, available for the
church as one of early in the ceiling is a paintingof ners of the earth," and laid special emphasis on those going to the "Church of
chance in the Ha-
discovery contrary are ordered indiscriminately spiritual care of about 220,000
Spanish design, with a small St. Raphael.The Silence" in the Slavic countries.
vana by an American Catholics
entomologist, hired to rid the campanile on the side connected side altars are inlaid .
insects in the to the church with an open wood, of our Blessed Mother New Makes .
archives of late Paper : Port Parish Sets
1930's. arch. This campanile is sur- and St. Joseph, with a small Orange
mounted with a very elaborate mensa and a canopy ornamented Ch t hxw W6J7ld
Following negotiations that gold cross, designed in Spanish with gold ceramic. This in- New Orleans Debut Goal of Epiphany ChurchPORT

involved Bishop Patrick Barryof of ornamental metal work. -
style laid wood is connected across XEW ORLEANS (XC) -

St. Augustine, Archbishop The main entrance is a port- the rear of the sanctuary with First issue of the Clarion Herald Oblate Provincial Pone Lauds Cardinal ORANGE-Father David Page this week con- _
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:Manuel Ruiz y Rodriguez of ico with a fire-flashed tile roof wood panelling of the same new newspaper for the SAX ANTONIO (XC) -Father '''.xTICAX CITY (XC)-Pope gratulated all the members of the Church of the Epiphanyfor

Havana Caruana, and Bishop Nuncio George to J. and twisted cane stone columns color. New Orleans archdiocese, will John A. Hakey O.M.I., 48, John XXIII has praised the their good response on February 17 to the appeal for
Papal surmounted with glazed ceramic The walls are painted be published February 28. The was installed as provincial superior zeal, wisdom and untiring efforts funds to build the- parish -
Cuba, the missing volume was caps, with symbols of the white with tiny gold flakes, new offset publication printed of the Southern provinceof of Peter Cardinal Doi, church. Orange, he said, to overtakethe
taken on board the S.S. Floridaat four Evangelists on it. The white characteristicof will Catholic $50,000 minimum goal and
since is locally replace
the Oblates of Mary Immaculate Archbishop of Tokyo, on the Efforts will continue in Port
Havana by a special courier front gable has a gold ceramicset Spanish churches. The Action of the South, which was missionaries in the 25th anniversary of his consecration make it double that, if possible,

Father Richard B. Washington in a stone cross. windows are patterned blue published by Our Sunday Visitor chapel at De Mazenod Scholas- as a Bishop. to reduce parish debt.

0 f the diocese of Rich- The woodwork is done in an of one color and an ornamental Huntington, Indiana, for ticate here. John noted in letterto Tax Bill ObjectionSAVAXXAH Families! have been asked!
Pope a
handed him
and over by antique dark greenish brown. iron grill in front of the archdiocese since 1932. the (XO-Catholic to give a gift from their savings
at Miami to St. Augustine Cathedral Father Lawrence S e ide 1 the Cardinal that he was
officials on February There are entrances on each painted white. Archbishop John P. Cody, O.M.I., outgoing provincial, of- first Japanese Bishop and Car- objections have been registeredhere and to give from theirincome

:22, 1939. side and rear going to the The ceiling wood is painted archdiocese administrator, ficiated. Father Hakey, former dinal. against the failure of over a period of 30

Church and to the social hall blue with heavy spot mottling.The said: rector of the scholasticate, will The Pontiff expressed the Georgia's legislature to include months.
The odyssey of the parish which is in the rear of the sanctuary lamps, Stations have his province headquartersin Catholic grade and high schoolsin Their new church, said Father -
"While sacrificing nothing of hope that the Cardinal will be
records was not yet over, how building. of the Cross, candlesticks, Houston, Texas. a bill to exempt private colleges Page, is to be located on
what 'Catholic Action of the
There is a parking lot on the and baptismal font are of ceramics able to complete all his under- and universities from U.S. Highway 1 and Fleming
ever. South/ has accomplished in
side for 200 cars. in gold and colors whichare Poor Given Blankets takings, particularly the con- sales taxes. Avenue It is designed to seat
the past, we will expand our
In 1942 German submarines The interior of the Church prevalent in Spain. struction of a new cathedral The Southern Cross, news- 400 persons in the church and
wider BEIRUT Lebanon XC
publication to provide ( ) -
were prowling dangerously has a nave seating 600, and This Spanish treatment was news and editorial coverage." Ten thousand new blankets which, the Pope said, will bea paper of the Savannah diocese, an additional 200 in the social

close to St. Augustine shores, narthex, choir and baptistry in designed and executed by He added that OSV will pro- monument to Cardinal Doi's said the bill, which has passed hall.Plans
Au- purchased with funds given the House "pointedly ignores" call for using existing
and Cathedral officials decidedto the front.A George W. Stickle of St. vide a magazine supplementfor for future ,
with two doors gustine, an architect of national by American Catholics were piety generations. Catholic schools. About 9103) ; trees and foliage to preservethe
send their store of docu- sanctuary the new paper which also
hall fame under the direction of distributed to povertystrickenpeople students are in Savannah Cath- setting for the concrete
ments to the University of connects with the social will be printed locally. Cardinal Protector
Notre Dame in Indiana for where the sacristies are. The Father Weinheimer.CANNON The Clarion Herald will havea in Jordan in the first olic schools. block and brick building. Ten
circulation of 130,000. part of February, it was announced VATICAN CITY (XC) -Paolo Noting that public elemen- foot eaves on the east and west

Father Elmo Romagosa Is here. Cardinal Marella, Arch- tary and secondary schools do elevations will cover connect

Is the Exclusive for executive editor and M. F. The blankets were given by priest of the Vatican Basilica, not have to pay the state's ing walks between entrances.
Representative FLORIDABaker church will be heated and
three per cent sales and use The.
the mission for Pales-
Everett, editor of "CatholicAction" pontifical has been named protector of
since May, 1949, will tine, and distributed in Jordan tax, the paper called it "distressing" -airconditioned.A .
the Franciscan Sisters of St.
that Catholic schools large parking lot adjoins
Bradford continue as editor of the new by Catholic Relief Services,
Charlotte paper. tional Catholic Welfare Con Joseph whose motherhouse is must continue to meet the the area planned for the

ference. in Hamburg, New York. levies. church, Father Page said.
AtLms Cirrus
Clay Pope Receives Envoy Because of this year's severe

Columbia VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope winter: in Jordan, the pontifical
John XXIII has received. the mission for Palestine steppedup
credentials of Uruguay's new its distribution of blankets;

Duval ambassador to the Holy See, last year it gave 2000 to the

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