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: March 1, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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i A man does not have much Advice to be Thankful in Prayers\;

reason for living unless he

has decided why he Is alive at rye JACKSONVILLE BEACH

alL Everyone of his actions Is ,1 ,rA -Archbishop Joseph P. ]

ondemnedt + Hurley, who blessed the ad-

Y meaning. dition to St. Paul's School

lessness he has decided until Sere Monday morning, also

what he Is actIng offered Mass in the Beach tiItnJ1Carhoitc.

for. This .' .: parish 'church at 9 o'clock. t

i fact is so ob- t >< i 4 Y'' : ri4'i.,Speaking to the more than
vious it needs : 600 school children and sev-
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no explana- .eral parishioners at the

t i o n. Indeed, "ass, the Archbishop re-

ezplana. tl 't :minded them to offer prayers
father GMB a tIon WOUld be
.ot thanksgiving for what
difficult, owing. to the very :
+ y ,God has. given them.
abundance evidence that

supports it. 4 ..4; They were told to thank God
for their Catholic who
' parents
G. Chesterton was once 4.
provide so well for them and
asked he civilization
why preferred
c ,for their Priests and the Benedictine
to savagery. He found
r Sisters who teach them.
that all he could do In answer VOL. XXIV, No. 18 Orlando, Florida, Friday March 1, 1963 Ten Cents
was to point about wildly: ,4 -3-i The boys and girls were
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"Why, that lamppost that nnnnnmn counseled to realize that when .
church that policeman POPE RECEIVES REDEMPTORIST SUPERIORS their fathers and mothers gave op blessed this week at'Jacksonville
to Father James J. Heslin the Beach Is a two-story Fishers for Souls to Set
that library"Evidence Pope John XXIII greets the members of the Congregation of the Most-Holy ]3edeemer's means to build more structure added to the existfng' *

Is EverywhereIf general chapter, which had been meeting in Rom The necessary the
Redemptorist superiors classrooms, they were thinkingof school, bringing to 18
a man were to set out to were told by the Pope that their prime the Sail All ParishesST.
purpose promotion of Christian life : the children's souls. number of classrooms now in our
explain that human beings have .
through parish missions, is so important that without it the reason'for their congrega Just as parents put food on serving the eight grades in
a specific, primary purpose in lions existence would disappear. the table in the home everyday the parish school. AUGUSTINE series of area-wide gatherings

life he would have to begin so that young bodies will The six new classrooms anda "wherein Priests and Fishers will gather to take common

Pope Urges Journalists to Stress grow up strong they are send. cafetorium are the second counsel" is planned in the course of the next few weeks,

With this column, The :ing their children to the Catholic major extensions in the parish Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley has notified the Priests of

Florida Catholic inauguratesa school so that their minds flip ninr p._
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new series "Sermon for Positive Elements in World News and souls will also be well since Father Heslin came to the new cafeteria since the Monsignor Harold F. Jordan,
Council Year." The theme St. Paul's. He first
I nourished the Archbishop said preside over first of this year. executive chairman of the cen-

will be Your Purpose in Life VATICAN CITY ( so that they will grow up extended St. Paul Church. His The addition, on the block tral committee for the General
Father Michael V. Gannon NC-Pope) John XXIII has urged the world's newsmen to exercise wholesome and good. school children have been in facing 2nd Avenue North is Council Year Is chairman of
Ph.D. has written the first a good influence on society by stressing the positive elements in
the news. The addition the Archblsh- the new classrooms and using designed to harmonize with the the Fisher Program. He is
In the series. His is Pope John spoke at an audience
entitled the sermon Truth." [ granted to Journalists v .:; : existing parochial construction. making arrangements for the
"Finding G # J
;, ;: Reynolds Smith and Hills meetings in each area.
In coming weeks other diocesan :representing the Italian press
ey were the architects, and Mc- In a letter to all pastors this
Priests will :association and the Foreign .. .
treat sub- '
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< : Mullen Construction Company, week, the Archbishop said he
here. 1 press association.His : ., .
jects > '< '':.'''<_ .'i the builders of Jacksonville. was truly heartened by the
talk was based on a text .t There are four new classrooms results that had been realizedin
from the Book of Proverbs: ,. ; .;.; >.. .p..l::; :: ,. ." l""' ':.>r' ,
p with a similarly overwhelmingbody : ? on the second floor and the parishes which have ac-
of supporting evidence: "God has his glory in what he : .. AS f'". J 3. p R two new classrooms and the tive Fisher efforts.
conceals have ; : ..f .;' ,art a atytp i
kings glory in : ;. ; px ? Y
"Why, that household appliance : auditorium downstairs.The "This Apostolate 1* one of
that river dam what they fashion. rd '. ., f. new hall, which seats prime concern" wrote Archbishop -
that rocket." Commenting on the first partof ';i. : : ? some 500 persons, will be Hurley.

They all have precise pnr the text, the Pope said that a : used for parochial events as Prior to his departure from

poses, otherwise their exist although the designs of God ki f sb well as the school children's the Diocese last fall to attend

ence in the world would be are often hidden from men, .y lunch program. the Second General Council of

absurd. "your profession would require .L ;* Me 3 3 A Y i The kitchen Is supervised the Vatican, the Archbishop

And in the order of living you not only to interpret i: during school lunch period by emphasized to the Priests the

nature: "That pollination of events but sometimes also to 1k ,r'Q. 8 d Mrs. Irvine Koehler and the fact "that we must enlist the
plants that scavenging of anticipate their course." r 6i ; yvvr x. Jr tables are filled daily during efforts of our Catholic men as

carrion that migration of He reminded newsmen of the school week by the young- Fishers for souls if we are to

winged creatures." Here too, their dependence on God in sters. succeed in the task of conserve
1 :
purposes are being worked out. their profession, saying that ; t 4tk r < During the blessing at which ing and propagating the true
It is plain for all to see. "man, measuring his own c : Father Heslin was master of Faith.
And finally, the spectacle off smallness and frailty, should c c ; ceremonies the school chil- In the coming weeks when

human institutions: "T hat never presume to trust too dren sang hymns under the direction the Fisher meetings are held

home that hospital. that much to his own Judgments. of Sister Mary Clare the Archbishop will meet with
school Human beings themselves "Even when vested with O.s.B. Father Michael V. Can- the Fishers from the parishesand

tf are obviously workingout high_ authority,; when*. expertin + .non.was,chaplain, to the Arch join them and their Prieststo
conscious purposes of, a knowledge and 'gifted with 4 n 7N bishop at the Mass. "pray with one voice for the

partial nature. They are going talents, man cannot fail to bow is "y,.4 of Y1Q @4 a La Present as guests were Mon favor of the Lord of the

home to sleep to hospitals to before divine wisdom and signor Patrick E. Nolan V.F., harvest.

be cured and to school to learn tremble at the huge contribution Father M. J. Kelly and Father

something. required of him in coop 0 Thomas J. Bergin. St. RaphaelPlans
in the of truth '
erating spread '"-
Man's Place Is Highest
and love, of cooperating in the .r 1
And reason leads a man on education of his brothers who :z NCCWHeadTo Rally
at this point to ask what is ,
have Immortal souls.. :
the purpose of man himself?
The relationship between
What is the whole for? be Guest
Creator and creature Pope --;...--_.... >>."--A\<--... I """ ,.; Englewood
What Is the truth about

entire? which binds everyone and has Father James J. Heslin hangs a crucifix on the wall school children look on. On Monday, the Archbishop Convention ENGLEWOOD-St. Raphael
Plainly, the chief work of Holy Name Society members In
implications for the delicate of the new cafetorium at St. Paul School, Jacksonville blessed the addition of six: classrooms and cafetoriumin .
creation cannot be somethingless TAMPA-When the St. Augustine Englewood are ready and eagerto
task of the journalist. He said: Beach, as Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley Priests and Father Heslin's
than the things over Diocesan Council of receive the influx of visitors
"The call to Almighty God is
\\fl j which he reigns. He too must now received with universal Is at work in the world as hardas I Catholic Women convenes In -' here on :March

r have a specific purpose-a respect and furthermore is ever. This is all the more Follow-Up Aims to Complete Goal'Tampa April 22-24, one of the !7 .t:, 10 for the
destiny-something he is meantto ..' the distinguished 1 "SouthwestName
heard by men of good will not reason! he went on, for the love .r--w 4f
do and to be. So far reason ;\.1., guests Holy
with sympathy but witha of truth and zeal for the salvation > ,..
only '
j, leads us.'Vhat spirit of faith and with a of souls to be combined Of $2 Million for Mercy Hospital 6 at the convention rally reports
is that purpose? The yearning for faith." with prudence patience and c will be the pastor,
first imperative of that purpose sacrifice. He stated: L r "* 'slMrs.| Joseph Monsignor
t whatever it is, must be But he continued he was sincere conviction ORLANDO-Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley spoke here Tuesday evening at the meet- If'r+d ]|McCarthy 0 f George W.
laboring under no illusions. He "It is my
to find the truth. This is log. 10 ing of the volunteers for :Mercy Hospital's construction in Orlando. He addressed themen \ ... San Francisco. Cummings.The .
said he knew that the Devil TOPE Page "
ical. Once a man knows truth and women of Mercy in terms of admiring appreciation for what they had done and 4 ..r,,. Mrs. Joseph presidentof
fully the goal that he is destined urgea a common resolve not Schoebert o f the deanery
1 Lake Wales Welcomes Florida Care Inc., who conveyed ciates, and Thomas J. Madden. .
for, everything else falls to rest until the goal is Eau Gallie, diocesan M.jr. c nm>i c Is Harold Kel-
into place. He can lay down reached. the community's appreciation Father Farrelly praised the presi- ler of Bradenion. A. Buonanno,

rails in a straight line. Coming Deanery DayLAKE Andrew N. Serros, general to the group for their interim work that had been Mr. McCarthy den t, reports president of the Englewood society
efforts to broaden the medicalcare accomplished since the last this the national Is in of
But here our knowledge becomes chairman of the week that charge making
cloudy. The mind requires WALES-Six diocesan board members will be funds was toastmaster campaign at the available to Central Florida general meeting of the work. president, Mrs. McCarthy, has arrangements for the rally.

a revelation. elected from the West Coast Deanery of the St. Augustine dinner attended ; Frank J. Cilento, chair. ers for Mercy who seek the accepted the invitation to at- Hosts and deanery officers

Happily, such a Revelationwas Diocesan Council of Catholic Women when the affiliation 335 persons meeting at Rio Pinar Country by-man and William M. O'Brien pledges of funds for the hospitaL tend, the convention 0 f the have expressed the hope that
vice-chairman the
given. God revealed Him delegates gather here for the annual spring meeting, Club. of planning women of this Diocese. Elected every parish in the Southwest

self to man, and in so doing, March 14.Father Speakers he included and construction committee; Sister Teresa Frances who president of the National Council deanery will support the rally
revealed man to himself. The Arthur Dunnigan, right away to Mrs., John B. Father Terence presented J. Far- and Dr. Charles C. Hillman of was accompanied by Sister I of Catholic Women at the fully by sending as large a delegation .
King, 103 Mission Hills Drive Miami hospital consultant.The .
Creator told the creature his national convention in Detroit as can be mustered for
deanery moderator will be the Terrace Florida Mrs. relly, who' presides over the latter of the Mary Richard of St. James
Temple spoke
; progress -
in being alive: "to Mrs. McCarthy served as president the event
purpose principal speaker at the meet. campaign for Mercy MedicalCenterSister architects' School, mentioned that the
King is the deanery's of planning.
Women of the St.
in Francisco
know love and serve God He will offer Mass for of the San Raphael
ing. Kenney has named the Teresa Frances Working on the :Mercy Hospital present 'would be active
this life and to be happy with the women at his Holy Spirit group .Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Church will arrange for the
Him forever in the next. We Church in Lake Wales at 9 a.m.At following for election work: hospital administrator; J. plans are Miami firms, in all phases leading up to the I Women before accepting entertainment of wives of the

read that in the child's cat Ih30( a.m., members will LAKE WALES, Pagc.10 Brailey Odham, president of Stewart Skinner ,and Asso- FOLLOW.UP, Page 10 :national responsibility. Holy Name men during t h.
echism. It is the first and bas. deanery rally.Parish.
gather at the Indian Lake
ic truth of human life.
Estates:: Club House, n miles DCCW AreaMeeting '
f x Drives
What Life Means east of Lake Wales on Highway r

Not fame not pleasure not 60, for the meeting and Set s f s El N ; ?

sex-these are not our reasons luncheon.A For$100,000
for living. Not even human life special feature at the ..f

itself, nor human truth nor luncheon will be the programby Eau Gallie In GainesvilleGAINESVILLE

human love. Our spirits aspireto Santa Fe High School

and are verily made for, Singers from Lakeland, pre- S AN FORD Members of I ,na t.9n ua -
goals higher than these. sented by Father Henry J. the Orlando :entral DCCW I Thomas R. Gross, pastor of St.

We are meant to possess Miron president of the school. Deanery council board met in j Patrick parish in Gainesville,

Life without end Truth without The members of the. Club of Sanford recently to make plans 1 announced to his people 0 n

error, Love without hateor Catholic Women have arranged for the forthcoming deanery J1 Sunday that a drive with a

satiety. We are meant to what promises to be an out meeting. minimum goal of 100000.00

possess God: standing deanery meeting and Mrs, J. W. Sayers, presl- would begin.

The great St. Augustine arrived -they invite everyone to come dent, reports that all Catholic yYh IYa The purpose 1st 0 raise

at this truth only late says Mrs Roger J. Kenney women of the area are in- funds needed to construct a

in life. But what a difference deanery president. Luncheon vited to Eau Gallie on March provisional church and social

it made to him: price is $2.25.Credentials., 21 for the'mretlnJt.. Mass will hall on the site of St. Patrick

"How sweet did it suddenly chairman at the be offered at 9 a.m. in Ascension School on >.K. 16th Aicnnr.The .

become to me to be withoutthe meeting will be Mrs. E. J. Church. present St. Patrick

delights of trifles,! And Tavlin 8630 Gulf Boulevard, After the meeting luncheonwill Church was built by Father
what at one time I feared to St. Petersburg Beach. Member be served at the Copa at ;VFf Patrick J. Lynch. Construction

lose it was now a joy to me affiliations are advised to send two dollars per person according + began in the year 1887 shortly

to put away. For Thou didst names of delegates and alternates to the hostesses membersof rd after Father Lynch's arrival as

cast them away from me to her before March 11. Ascension Guild. 1 the first pastor of St. Patrick
And instead of them didst enter Each affiliation has two votes, There will be a speaker on ] parish., The seating capacity
in Thyself-and' I babbled one of which is the presidentof Catholic Charities.Mrs. Science is studied by eighth grade students, above, Marion', Jennings and their pastor, Monsignor ThomasA. j Is 274.

unto Thee my brightness, my the affiliation. Dues to qualify Louise Ballman of All from left, Michael Brennan, Madeline Caumissar, John Colreavy, using their portable laboratory. Dr. Jen The growth of the parish: re-

riches and my health, they" for voting must be paid and Souls parish welcomed board Hendry and Phyllis Ann Folio, at St. Cecelia School in nings is one of the team of Boston College educators .luire a capacity of at least

LORD my GOD!" it Is asked that they be sent DCC'\"', Page_.9 Clearwater. Here they give a .demonstration for Dr. surveying schools in the Diocese. P PARISH Page 10i'

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I Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 1,1963' < .
: 'CRS Steps Up -Resettlement


CatkoUc Florida Repeats .j As More Cubans Seek Help

THE news is out! The theme for our St. Augustine Di-
WASHINGTON NC Catholic Relief Services-
( )
r -
ocesan Convention in has been set "That all
ST. April -
Gainesville CHARLES
:\ Jacksonville TampaST. National Catholic Welfare Conference resettled twice as
may be one. Plans are still being worked on for a worthwniie -
:\ ST. PATRICK Night for the memo .. many Cuban refugees, 20,000, in 1962 as it did in 1961, an
bers of the Holy Name Societyof Members of the Catholic JOSEPH HOSPITAL convention.
Shrines of Ireland hold your elections, send the official of the has
were St. Charles parish is scheduled Woman's Club of Jacksonville Sister Loretto Mary O.S.F., "Why should I attend the agency Hugh McLoone, director of
at the February meet March 7 at a meeting and will view color slides of the administrator of St. Joseph convention?" Someone askedme names of the president and said at a meeting here. the office said that duringthe

ing of St. Patrick's Woman's dinner, Leo S. Riva, president, Holy Land, as presented by Hospital, Tampa, presided at this last week. It is so the treasurer and their addresses Since the refugee aid program past year the office furnished -

Club. Father Christopher Kelly announces. Russell Biven of Mrs. Ray Edwards, at the homeof the recent ceremony at which that you may be inspired to be to your deanery pres- was started two years hearing aids, ambulance

who gave Benediction of the Jacksonville will speak on the Mrs. George P. Coyle, February employes received pins .coyer- better women,!. ident. ago, CRS-NCWC has resettled service eyeglasses,
Most Blessed Sacrament She is responsible for gettingIt about Cubans the
priorto 31,000
28 at 1 ;better in devices
lay apostolate. p.m. ing periods of employment by' : wheel chairs, prosthetic
the meeting, was the speakeron to me and I am responsibleto assistance of diocesan resettle-
Guests will Mrs. Thomas B. Grady, Mrs. the hospital. formed In our) and orthopedic shoes.
gather at the
his native land's shrines. hall Joseph M. Erskine and :Miss One of the volunteers servingthe work and National. ment directors said James J. CRS-NCWC, which hIS op-
Mrs. Elaine Mock announced parish at 630: p.m. Irene Scanlon will relate high- publicity committee, for the alms. We want I 2-When sending money for Norris, assistant to the executive crated a Miami office for the
plans for a rummage sale on Bathrooms at the Marts t any purpose, mail it to your director of CRS-NCWC.
lights of their trip to the Near event phrased the sentiment of you to become past three years, also assisted
March 2 at the Birdsey lot. All Stella Villa were refurnished > Deanery Treasurer. Make He spoke at a meeting last
East.ASSmlPI'ION, the evening in this mannerr"> more interest.| surgery cases for refugees who
left at the parish hall recently by members of St. checks payable to St.Augustine week between officials of the
rummage ed so that | .
It Is often difficult to express you did not qualify as emergencycases
will be marked Charles Parish Council. Acknowledging Diocesan Council of Catholic United States of
a on Friday, In Jacksonville's AssumptionSchool appreciation for someone's act will be willing I department and were therefore not

March 1; at 8 p.m. with appreciationthis pupils from grades 1 to of kindness' toward ,you. It is to accept re- Women Mark each check for health education and welfareand eligible for hospitalization under
act of charity to the child- specific fund. We do this in
During the month of January responsibilitiesJ four national voluntary
8 Individual [ of aid.
prepared displays almost impossible to do sojtp the federal program
70 caring facility of diocesan Cath- order to get proper credit for agencies that have re-
spiritual bouquetswere marking Catholic Press :Month 188 daily companions whoseSservices you Will Mrs. Seheebuthave major I
sent by Mrs. Joan Nehiley olic Charities, Mrs. Grace and Catholic Book Week, reports to the sick have been an enjoyable time, meet our generosity.Who sponsibility for carrying out C

and her committee. Mrs. Hilda Walker, the home's supervisor, Cynthia Oben, eighth constant-for years Twenty others doing the same work selects the Diocesan the resettlement program.An ST. PETERSBURG
Bennett and members of the this month spoke to the Council Chairmen and Deanery Chairmen
grader. or. more years,of,making salads and have an opportunity to HEW official said he I
Altar Society have completed of the work done by Charities Included in the exhibitionwere and cooking, which; : must .have exchange ideas. ? feels that to solve the ref 345-6050 Open Thursday
on behalf of children need The diocesan president, in
linens for the Evening by Appointment
making new shoeboxdioramas depicting -both eye and taste appeal,for* This week we were happyto ugee problem it will be necessary -
altar. ing temporary foster home scenes in recently read .the sick whose; appetite must: hear that the national consultation with the-members to double the resettlement -. Lorraine's Beauty Salon

Plans are being made for the placement in Marls Stella stories, clay models of story- be tempted If they are to get president of the National of her board, and with the ap- rate of Cuban refugees 2946-49th Street, NorthSt.
Villa. proval of the spiritual director,
annual parish bazaar which book characters and book reviews -well. Twenty years of scrub- Council of Catholic Women, from the present 500 per Petersburg
will be held on April 20. Mrs. Council president, Mrs. according to the age of bing floors in patient's rooms, Mrs. Joseph McCarthy of names a diocesan chairman for week to 1000 per week. Robert L. Dutilly, Prop.
committee func-
each already
Marie Kattke, general chair Charles Reamer also called up- the participants. corridors and treatment rooms; California, will be with us for Norris said that the parish

man, reports that at the carnival !- on Mrs. Harry Clements to Sister John Bride O.P. reports -dusting, cleaning, and all minute our"convention. tioning in the chairmen Diocese.would sponsorship plan for refugees, ENJOY AUTOMATIC
there will be served grilledor speak on the activities of the that the seventh and tasks; tending the boilers, Nashville, Tennessee Is have likewise be appointed by dean- which has been very successful

charcoal hamburger or eighth grade pupils engaged in repairing equipment; launder.. ing their's at the same time local chairmenby in Kansas City and Los Angeles "Keep-Filled"

frankfurter supper. There will civic participation committee.It an essay contest on. the sub- ing sheets and towels; pur- and there was a doubt that the ery the presidents presidents; of the local Is being expanded b y DELIVERYPhone

be other attractions, Including was explained that memo ject. chasing and pushing of supply president could attend both. CRS-NCWC. Under the plan

dessert, coffee and French fry bers meet each first Wednesday KENNY HIGH SCHOOL trucks; millions of dishes I Now, she finds that by some organization.All should men and women of a parish :

booths. at the parish school libraryto Finalists from Bishop Kenny washed and sterilized; ever Important -special maneuvering she can affiliation reports assist Cuban refugees in find- St. Pete-89S-IIU

Mrs. Mary Row reported make cancer dressings. Mrs. High School in. the National nursing (with patience attend both. It behooves us all now be sent to the deanery re ing jobs and homes and in get Clearwater-6-8314 i

sending three boxes of religious Clements said that theirs is the Merit Scholarship program are ); accurate and preciselab to make this effort of hers ports chairman. Deanery re- ting them accustomed to their

literature to the missions. most active group in the city r -" work and X-ray; detailed worth while. ports will then be sent to the new environment. .F : )iJ .Co.

St. Joan Circle members will doing this kind of work. Used r'Ruch procedures followed in admissions The diocesan chairman of diocesan chairman, Miss Irene Norris stressed that "resettle-

serve coffee following the 9 linens are always in demandfor accounting and In med- credentials is Mrs. George Scanlon, ,1888 Edgewood Avenue ment means more than Just OLDEST and LARGESTIN

a.m. Mass on March 3. the workers. ical records; thoroughness in Sierra, 4616 Browning Avenue, Jacksonville. moving people." He said "it involves PINELLAS
b In "Americans At The Council" -
OrlandoST. Women of the parish are surgical supply and accuracyin Tampa 9. Reservations chair Integration-social, economic
the viewer can see the
asked to bring their daughtersto pharmacy.To man is Mrs. Robert Lentz, 5910 and religious-and thisis V

ANDREW the annual Communion \ the persons who have Highland Avenue, Tampa. opening ceremonies of the the important role of the private
ofI Second Vatican Council. This
At the February meeting breakfast sponsored by the given this service for nearly a The exhibit diocesan chair. agency in the resettle- C.T.Johnson.lnc.MUTUAL \
the following film is available at NCCM Film
i Guild
the St. Andrew
Council. It will be served after s quarter of a century, the Sisters man is Mrs. Ann Tucker, 11th ment of refugees." FUNDS
officers elected Center, 50 East 42nd Street, ,'"
: Q.
were '
the 9:30 a.m. Mass on March : 0 f St. Frances extended West, Bradenton, and the local The Miami office of Catholic! ''v TiMl Federal Bnlldlaf *]*
I Mrs. William Brockman, 10 at the Mount Vernon Inn M;.'. their gratitude Wednesday exhibit chairman is :Mrs. T. S. New York 17, New York. Relief Services-NCWC reported I tee -Utb Street Nertk t
John Forster March 17 Is St. Patrick'sfeast
president; Mrs. and advance reservations are Victor night, February 20, at Jesuit Engle, 505 E. Frierson Avenue, it has also aided ill and PHONE SIT-7819
March 19 St. Jo-
Mrs. James Jar. day ,
vice-president; ;
requested. These are to be Hugh White and Victor Salzar. High School. A 25-year I em- Tampa. handicapped among the exilesat

nlgan,recording secretary; Mrs. placed either with Mrs. Reameror Father Mortimer Dana her, ployee was Miss Blanche Barry. For the diocesan officers and seph's."A a considerable cost.
Price treasurer bientot,
Eugene ; i
Mrs. Peter Chernega.Mrs. school president, announcedthat Father Theodore Lehr chairmen who are making *
Mrs. David Costello, corresponding Antoinette
secretary. Mark Hellwig was chair- the young men were final O.F.M., hospital chaplain, expressed -plans now to attend, the entertainment Mrs. Joseph Schoebert) Jackson's ShoesLadies'
ists. the of labor for Monday is set
the meeting a man for the covered dish sup- dignity DCCW PresidentMedical
Following for 3:30: The buses will & Men'sClinic
ST. PATRICK when he called the hospital p.m.
card party was held, with Mrs. per served as the highlight of
Recently, officers were installed employes "true disciples of leave at that time and enter.
John Schmitt as chairman. A the February 21 Council meet- Aid Miller "I
tainment and dinner will fol-
for the Ladies Guild of
Valentine theme was carried Ing In the parish hall at 6:30: Vitality-Weyenberg
low. Because of this, the diocesan G
St. Patrick Church in Jackson Lay employes were urged by
There 103
in the refreshment and were persons
out p.m.
table decorations. Mrs. RichardK. present. Members contributed ville. Thirty-four guests attended another speaker, Father James board meeting is set Given To Cushioned Bellatres Your products trh'en you
the February event at Clune C.SS.Rto do somethingfor at 9 p.m. on Monday evening advertise them often In
Snelling was in charge of samples( of their favorite 641! Central! Ave.
which Father Daniel Cullen the sick-to make sacrificesfor during the convention. THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC
refreshments. Favors were en- dishes, to the delight and ap- R ef u gee 5
Please remember two
the them-even to such a small
was principal speaker.
of the
Joyed by all of the members. preciation many
j The Guild Communion Sun attended. After the supper, the Installed were Mrs. George thing as saying a kind word to points: 1-As soon as you MIAMI (NO Medical
Walters Sr., Mrs. who needed it. 'Ii services valued at more than
president persons
' day Is March 3 at the 9:30: Mass. business session was opened Venice
A light breakfast will follow in with prayer by Father Robert John Cunningham, vlce-president Merit,pins were given for;4h-- one-half million dollars were

St Andrew HalL Kincaid. ; Mrs. M. Dalton, secretary; ployes who have served five, EPIPHANY given thousands of ,Cuban s ,

I and Mrs. James Lott, treasurer. 10, 15, 20 and 25 years. Monsignor George W. Cum- refugees last year by Miami r

t They succeeded in their respective SarasotaST. mings will speak. March 5,1:30: physicians and surgeons who .. s

: ST. PETERSBURG positions, Mrs. Frank p.m., in the Church Hall, on volunteered their services at OPh..Y BAT.

Strickland, Mrs. E. H. BeaneJr. MARTHA the sacrament of Extreme two Catholic hospitals and at 1 to' 1>I NOON

., and Mrs. Norman Devine St. Martha's Guild concludeda Unction and the etiquette and the clinic of the Spanish Catholic
and Mrs. Louise Pope. series of parties, at its duties of members of the fame Center in downtown Miami. Phone 75th AT*. Gulf Bird .i. TRUSTfBBVICH'
DANIEL r. WINTER & CO. Mrs. Eugene Darche installedthe pre-Lenten card party on ily when the Priest brings the At St. Francis Hospital, 160-3381: : Tour Aervnot JaIU" br F.D.1.O.

HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS officers. February 20. These highly Blessed Sacrament to the sick. operated in Miami Beach, by

MOST HOLY REDEEMERFather successful parties given for the Mrs. Frank Schneider is Franciscan Sisters of Allegany,

403 FLORIDA THEATRE BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG \V. Thomas Larkin of enjoyment of Sarasotans and chairman of the committee on 6275 Cuban refugees were For Catholics Of PInellas County

TELEPHONE 8624381 Christ the King parish was the winter guests included two spiritual development and retreats -treated at the outpatient de- _

guest speaker on February 20 afternoon luncheon and card sponsor of the program partment for a total of 12,258 Calvary CemeteryEndowed

at the meeting of the Most Holy parties, under the chairman- scheduled for ,Epiphany Guild visits. In-patients numbered

Redeemer parish Guild held at ship of Mrs. William Potteigerand members.Coming. 673, including 370 obstetricalcases
& Inc.
Fowler Care
Payor, the W. G. Dingman home. Father Mrs. Mary Fritzsche; two for a total of 3993 days.

Larkin's subject was the evening card parties, with The outpatient clinic at U.s. 19 at 58th St. No. Phone HE 6-4238

General Insurance Second Vatican Council. Mrs. Edwin McCann and Mrs. Mercy Hospital, staffed by
Election of officers was heldas Walter Frost as chairmen; anda Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Office Open 9-4 P.M. Daily & 14 p. r. on Sunday

L 121 Ninth Street, North 896-8131 St. Petersburg follows: Mrs. Vera Bowen, pot luck supper headed by Augustine, :Florida, recorded

president; Mrs. Bernice Mueller Mrs. Walter Green and Mrs. Events 9058 visits by refugees.The J IIICIIllIIIIIIllCIIlIIiUlIIICIIlIlIlIDnCnUUUllllClnUUMnCtU ''idt IDCIHIB..OIII:

t Mrs. Maureen Rink, vice- Thomas Shea. in-patient department a I
presidents; Mrs. Batty McGuire, The programs for the, two Thl rolama !!.(. tutor b.... admitted 1570 persons, Including -a 1 I" OFFERS E
For Your Real Estate recording secretary;; Mrs. Helen winter Guild meetings presented of fltt.more cpeelal than meetingmid local Interest. Ad. 951: obstetrical cases. In addition 3 2-3 &4 Bedroom Home* In |

Pearson, treasurer; and Mrs. Dr. Frederick Droege, on a vane notice ef Ifrala meetings Mercy Hospital provided tS ? Cp
And Insurance Needs Call Ann Montgomery, correspond. medical subject; and Father will be omitted. free services for the first GO St. Jude Parish .* Q S

LaVoie & Insurance ing secretary. John J. Rodgers, who outlineda TitnsYille Women's day of prisoners of the ill-fated Invasion 5 Z Transfiguration Parish,
Realty SACRED HEART program for enlarging the recollection, S t, Teresa attempt in Cuba who re- E

4154 Central l Avenue Phone 896-4133 Father James J. Judge spiritual quality of personal Church, March 3, 1-4 p.m. 1 turned to Miami and the U.S. Sacred Heart Parish gAs

C.SS.R., presented a movie on Lenten devotions.St. Forty Hours Devotion, St. ,early in 1961. Thirty-nine of the
g h Low $90.00 Down :1
the Holy Shroud of Turin for Martha's Guild members Mary Magdalen Church, Malt- :men were hospitalized.: Others I E

the entertainment, February joined the Holy Name Societyat land March 1012.() ]received outpatient treatments E

19, of the Guild of the Sacred Holy Communion on Sun Southwest Holy Name j numbering 314 visits. 1325 Arlington Avenue N. Phone 862-4136 I

1 Heart. day, February 10.) A Communion Rally, March 10, St. Raphael At the Spanish center, the i ronumuulomiitllintOmmumiommnmalmmmuu Iu nnmounnImii

! WinnfsRESTAURANT Parishioners, it was statedat breakfast for both groups Church, Englewood.St. medical clinic Is conductedby

I the meeting, brought successto was an event at the Knights of Augustine DCCW Deanery the Miami chapter of the

the card party and fashion Columbus hall. Monsignor C. L. meeting Jacksonville'sSt. Catholic Physicians Guild.

show by their attendance. Mrs. Elslander V.F., gave an ,informal Paul Church; Mass at fc30 .They completely furnishedthe Fresh Seafood a

I FULL COURSE DINNERS, EVERY DAY $100 I Alfred E. DeVita reported. address on "Unity" and a.m.. March 13; breakfast, clinic in 1960 and have con-

the enlargement of the soci.eties' luncheon at Garden Center j tinued to staff the offices on a
Deadlines memberships in new res- with All. Saints Home Aux volunteer basis daily for the ALL FRESH LOCAL'SEAFOODS

FRIDAY SPECIAL! SUNDAY SPECIAL! N w .terl from any coarr idential areas. The presidentsof iliary In charge of arrange-I,convenience of needy Spanish- IN

.h..ld reach "The Florida Catholic the two groups, Mrs. Charles ments. speaking, mostly Cubans, in SEASON
BAKED ROAST LI. office no later than Monday new
C10 $1| so Ockelmann and CommanderB. Southwest Coast Women' ,the Greater. Miami area.
plctart ho ld reach the editor by During Our Lenten Season The Most Desirable
HADDOCK DUCKLING Friday for.pnblleatloa U the tot J. Beckmann, gave concluding council meeting, March 14, Out-patient visits, accordingto Of

Complete DINNER-Complete lowingFriday's cove remarks. Englewood. \ Dr. Edward J. Lauth, who We All Strive To Be A THE NORTHERN
DCCW West Coast Deanery
I(directs the clinic's services,
Little Bit Better In Our
Lake Wales, March
meeting 1 totaled 14,451 last
TERMITES SWARMING ? ? 14; Mass at Holy Spirit Since the clinic first opened, Everyday Life As Well As SEAFOOD FROZEN

3 "FOR AN HONEST DEAL-CALL O'NEAL" Church, 9 a.m.; business session :more than 25,000 cases have

Everyone vM thisFamily '. O'NEAL TERMITE & PEST CONTROL, INC. luncheon, Indian' Lake i j jEstates been recorded, Dr. Lauth said.A Practicing Our Prayer and CLAMS OYSTERS
enjoy House, 17 miles east
PAUL O. PHILLIPS. President team of American physicians Abstinence with A More
SERVING PIXELLAS COUNTY OVER U TEARS of Lake Wales \aided by Cuban doctors volun-

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i The Florida Catholic, Friday March 1, 1963 Page Three

Pope Says Vacations Should Mean ,' \
i 1' J' :
:4 Archbishop Hall/ man Tells

I Spiritual Mental Physical Renewal : k .
f ir Y :: Of Priests Having Courage

VATICAN CITY (NC)-Vacations must be occasions for spiritual as well as phys -

ical and mental renewal', Pope John XXIII has said here recently.The CII.IRLFSTOCCCatholic Priests of today must
demonstrate not only physical and moral but also
Pope at audience for courage,
was speaking an participants in the first Italian 'national
convention for pastors of S it "a courage of the spirit," Archbishop Paul J. Hallinan of

health and tourist resorts. with the gifts of the earth 30 Bishops and 500 Priests present ,t MY t Atlanta has said here. The
Archbishop expressedthe
without referring explicitly to that the juridical structureof Archbishop Hallinan told a
"Make It understood," he sacrifice and mortification a belief that when young
to the parish is inadequate and a Charleston diocesan Catholic
said 'that during these periodsof 1H' men can "daily see the pastoral
willing therefore
courageous should be complemented by a I Youth Organization conventionlast
,vacation of honest and law. Priesthood In action," there is
sharing of
every man system taking Into account the Saturday that such
ful relaxation, men must be- here on earth in the anxietiesand constant movement of peoples.He bravery "is not dramatic nor "little fear that sufficient
come part of nature to regain tr numbers of them will com,*
sufferings of his brothersof cited a parish in the heart well publicized."
peace, calm and interior forward, offering their lives
quiet. every condition."In of his archdiocese !
Genoa "But it does steadily,
They must also resume a ... their energies, their talents to
respect: outline the which had 8000 Catholics a few 4 ....,. and one reason our Catholic
-0. "
spiritual Christ.
conversation which social doctrine of the Church, years ago and now has only parishes are healthy cells in
opens the horizons of supernatural which you must! know fully, about 400. f\ the Mystical Body is becausethe
.life and J'f:
grace. without flashes of rhetoric or "In the past" he said "we -, Priesthood is calling to its Krol
Present at the audience in polemics. You must be con. had to sanctify a world, that ( : ranks 'nothing but the best'," Archbishop

the Vatican's Clementine Hall \inced that it speaks for it. was fairly sedentary. Todaywe he said. Announces Plans

i were Giuseppe Cardinal Siri!, self." have to sanctify a world tl' Archbishop II a 111 n a n appealed -

president of the Italian episco- At the opening of the convention which moves in a constant to young Catholics to For 10th Synod

pal commission; Luigi Cardinal Cardinal Siri told the hurry." elevate in their minds the image

Traglia, pro-vicar general of R Y of the Priest. He said: PHILADELPHIA (XC) -

Rome; 'and Archbishop Alberto Return to Ukraine See Is "The kind of courage the Archbishop John J. Krol recently -

Castelli, secretary of the Priest needs today is partly I announced his intentionto

Italian episcopal commission.The of 1 '< your making. You must convoke the 10th synod for
Hope Archbishop Slipyi
convention was railed ( place confidence in him. You the archdiocese of Philadel

_ p
to deal with new pastoral must be honest with him. phia.Xo

problems raided by the yearly PHILADELPHIA (NC)-Metropolitan Josyf Slipyi of MEN PLAN ENGLEWOOD HOLY NAME RALLY, MAKCH 10 You must extend strong definite time was set
Lviv wants and intends to return to his archdiocese in the to'share for the convocation, but it is
his work"Archbishop
arms !
of about 20 million The second Sunday in March will find men of the Southwest Holy Name Deaneryat
I Ukraine despite his 18-year confinement the soviet expected to be convoked during
tourists by Hallinan said
foreign into
Italy a rally at the St. Raphael Church in Englewood. Deanery board members planningfor

and the yearly) vacations in regime, it was revealed here. during his years in prison. He the rally .include, from left, seated, Jerry Collins, secretary; Harold Keller, pres- the modern Priest "must be a 19f! 4. Krol said it will
4 the country of about 20 mil. The 71-year-old prelate is not man of our times coming out Archbishop
said however, that while the ident; John Oberle, treasurer; Harold Bische; standing, William O'Neill William
be held "as
lion Italians. afraid of the consequences of of today's homes to serve today's soon as adequate
Metropolitan appears thin, his Kuhn, Commander B. J. Beckman and Don Stanley. preparations are completed."
The Pope spoke about methods such a return even if it comesto mind is very alert. broken world.

of the apostolate in holiday death according to Arch- Concerning the motivationof "He Is not living In the Auxiliary Bishop Gerald V.

resorts. He suggested that b ish o p Ambrose Senyshyn the Soviet Union in release Questions Reopened by SupremeCourt's Middle\ Ages nor in the 19th McDevitt, vicar general has

Priests should go to see vacationers O.S.B.M., of the Byzantine Rite ing Metropolitan Slipyi, Archb century. He must live In 1963. been named promoter for the
archdiocese of Philadelphia. We can learn from great synod. Also appointed were
everywhere. I s hop Senyshyn said he
Obscenity RulingBy members to each of the
Priests of the but the seven
They should remind the vacationers Archbishop) Senyshyn con- thinks it could be due in partto past
commissions which will
lesson learn Is eight
we can
"in a kindly manner, f e' r red with ArchbishopSlipyl publicity given to the
he continued of the sick and Metropolitan's detention in the Russell Shaw that they too lived as men of assist in the necessary Prepare
for two days' at the
ations.In .
those who suffer and also that press of the free world. NCWC News Service their times, he added.

part of the purpose of a vacation Byzantine Rite monastery at He said he believes, however \VASHINGTON-The Supreme Court's latest excursion into the controversialarea a letter to the Priests of

is to renew one's health. rottaferrata, a dozen miles that Metropolitan of free speech, obscenity and censorship has reopened longstanding questions Citizen Action the noted archdiocese that since ArchbishopKrol the last

He said: south of Home. SHpyi's release! is a jungle' incident about its attitude on these
insensitive to legitimate concern with the result of the decisionbut Needed to Win Bus synod held In 1934 "new instructions
"One cannot speak of Chris. The Philadelphia Metropolitan that does not necessarily explosive issues.
over the obscenity problem criticized Justice Brennan'sopinion regulations and
+ tianity-speak of it, that is, to top spiritual leader of Byzantine signify i any change or Rides Priest
The Says
on February 18 and that it is willing to in a laconic comment, laws have been promulgated
those who have been blessed Rite Ukrainian Catho- new trend in !soviet policy.He .
.p ruled that the Rhode Island sustain efforts to crack down for stirring up a "tempest ina and new conditions have
lics in the United States, flewto said that Metropolitan WATERLOO, Iowa (XC)-A
"commission to encourage morality indecent arisen which atten
on_ material so longas teapot.
Rome for the meeting on Slipyi was never involved in Priest-political scientist said
ST. PETERSBURGMR. February 13, four days after politics but that that did not in youth"in sending acted unconstitutionally book these efforts contain adequate He suggested that if the here that citizen action Is tion."
safeguards for constitutionally -
Archbishop Slipyi reached stand in the way of his im and' magazine distributors lists Rhode Island commission needed to win tax-paid bus
protected material. would trim its sails and abandon transportation for private
"objectionable" publicationsand The court's action on Feb-- its "delusions of grandeur," school students.
S.O.S. Archbishop Senyshyn said Meanwhile Archbishop Slip intimating it would recommend 18 reflected its attemptto there is no reason why it could qrmnnrlmBTrrrrHT
Says ruary Father Virgil C. Blum SJ.,
In an interview that Metropolitan -yi has moved into an apartmentin prosecution of non-coop-
balance society's concern not go on operating effectively told 350( delegates to a briefing } K. O'Brien
: discussing Vatican City, one used by Hetty
; Slipyi was averse erators. In the wake of this
1l Ford Giovanni Cardinal Montini during about obscenity against the in many of the same ways it session on the bus issue that a & Company
what happened to him action people have asked
? Dupl'catingSupplies: the ecumenical council.Medieval themselves many such perennial rights of constitutionally protested has done in the past. "legislative decisions today are 1985 Drew St. Ph.446-139 I
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Vikon Metal Ceramic ment agencies to control Rhode Island commissionviolated of legal doctrine in this con "Interest groups are a respectable

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11 CLEAHWATKR 12.6 ISO 917.49th St. So. 3474101BOWEN'S BIRMINGHAM, England nation's highest tribunal really, the suppression of non.oS contrary to the fears of some, said Father Blum-, professorof Or

.., --...4_ (XC) A medieval work of fail to see what to.l other scene as swell as obscene it has net adopted an ,"any. political science;; at Marquette NEW AND USED
embroidery described by art thoughtful citizens seems- inescapably matter..
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Catholic CommentDo Frank J. Sheed .ji'" :. '- .- .- > Magyar- Fate, Speeds War on Church I

ii Heaven will]Be Attained By TRY as we away may, communist we cannot nature Anyone of communism who knows understood the- all socialist industries.In countries". but also of

threats. The magic twins of what Soviet Russia effect, it will form one

Use of Sanctifying Grace compromise and false hopes would do it would crush empire under the leadership

you do Enough Penance? will not helpus anyone turning against it. of Soviet Russia.

The unforgiveable sin of Therefore Zhivkov stated:
C f'l'HlS talk of Sanctifying Grace and Supernatural Life here. Communism -

I famous street preacher who later on that soul-a price that we can pay by is just a lot of theology. Salvation is not meant to itself Imre Nagy was that he pro- "True marxist-lenlnists con-
A will not claimed the end of the soviet sider it their prime duty to
became a Bishop was once asked the prayer and penance. be as complicated as all that. Why not just be good?" per-
mit this. That \ .- regime in Hungary and appealed -work In every way to strengthen -
? question, "Why is it you do not have more Our Lord said, "What shall we give in Unlike the other questions treated in these columns, istheinessageary to the United Nations the unity of the socialist

converts to your credit?" He answered, exchange for our souls?" this is not one of the regulars: it is not of the Janu and the United States. His appeals -camp around the Soviet

"Perhaps it is because I do not do enough. We can be assured that during Lent, liable to turn up whenever Catholics and 23 "New were in vain, and he had Union." And he entitled his

penance." the divine treasury will be opened to us. -a non-Catholics talk religion together. Yet Times" in Its to die. article "Unity of the Socialist

We are all familiar with economy. We By giving up those cigarettes, alcoholic it is essential that we should consider it, final analysisof The "New Times" insists our Countries is Decisive in Building -

I beverages other of life by because underlies American press champion abandonmentof Communism."
or pleasures ; a grace practically every qur -
can much for dollar. Thereis
only buy so a
rising a little bit earlier to attend daily "%' other matter they do talk about: and our consent to Free China and the captivenations The communists are seeking
also an economy of grace. By prayer :Mass dedication routine \ '. that do and accept Soviet to make out that anyone who
; by to our daily J answers to most of the questions
and penance, we buy as it were-for each %- Louis F. BudenzHungary's Cuba's demands.It opposes them is a defender of
of prayers: by making a valiant effort to get asked can be only superficial without
other and ourselves-God's help and grace.It may be that I shall be "the monopolies," that the opposition
live up to our state in life; by being better it. I once said in a lecture that we need
took an awful lot of grace, for example, downfall. And sucha accused of sentimental attach- to communism is
I.. to soften the hard heart of St. Augustine mothers and fathers, Priests and children, grace: and a questioner said, "Who's view is reaffirmed by ment to Hungary because my grounded basically on the pro-

t (after whom our Diocese is named). His we will be buying an inestimable amountof she?" Only rarely do we meet non-Cath- Khrushchev's grand desigij for. grandfather's co u sin Dr. tection of the wealth of the

saintly mother prayed for years and years grace for ourselves and for the lost olics who have grasped what the Church the present period as sweepIngly 'Joseph Budenz, graduate of Fords. Rockefellers, and others

and did much penance to secure the grace sheep.When says about it. Why are such people rare? Because their presented in all directives -the University of Bonn, was of that type.

of her son's conversion. we ask ourselves the questionI Catholic friends never men- from the January 'World the Webster of that country.His The results of the "anti-mon

wonder why he is not a Catholic-or tion grace. -, Our Lord had spoken of the Marxist Review" to the January first Magyar dictionary is opoly campaign" launched recently -

Many Catholics are grieved by their wonder why he has drifted from the Faith, Why not? Because they have angels "who see the face of "Political Affairs." .. to be found in our Library of in Moscow are now

friends and relatives who have drifted we might answer with the Bishop, 'Ter- not really grasped It them- my Father continually." This plan is aimed at leadIng Congress.But brought here by the January

from the Faith. Yet there may be a price haps we haven't done enough penance." selves. Too many Catholics And St. Paul contrasts the on to the communist society it is not sentiment: thatIs "Political Affairs."

---- -- know It as one doctrine In ,along life of earth with the life of ending for Rood all necessary.It But a vigorous campaign for

list, and are content to heaven precisely as a differ- "capitalist remnants' and all Is the recognition that workers' profit-sharing would
Father John J. Castelot
leave It to theologians. Whereas ence of seeing: here we see Godas belief in God. our collapse in Hungary has soon help cut down any such

I it is involved in, and gives though reflected In a mir- The "New Times" chides the prepared the way for the false accusations.Our .

Thanks for Mighty Action Sung life to, every other doctrine. ror (a dim reflection in those "Western press" for not discussing great consolidation of soviet concern must be for Individual .

All that the Church teaches days when mirrors were not the conclusions to be power which Khrushchev is freedom, now menaced -

and does is bound up with made of glass but of highly drawn from our debacle in planning.In by the reunion of
17 Is such a beauti most awesome natural phenomena sincere, but toward the crooked Hungary. We quote Khrushchev and Mao
PSALM helping us to get grace and polished metal); in our September he called for Tsetungover
f Interesting song of he can think of to picture you are astute ((27)). grow In grace. We dare not seeing shall be face to face. "There has been very little "a single for the prospective "grave of
thanksgiving and that It.The B-l ((32-35)) with planning body"
praise "
opens a comment these
on developments -
leave It to theologians, for In other words the eyes of that combination of "socialist capitalism.
we have decided to devote two reference to 'the bed of firm declaration of faith in the everything we ourselves do is our minds must get new in the Western press. countries" in the council of We must also be concerned

articles to It. the sea" and "the foundationsof existence and power of the one affected by it. Beeing-powers, new knowing. Writers who treated the public mutual economic aid. This with Red determination to

It Is a fairly true God: word to lengthy articles on the crush out belief in God, -
the world" ((16)) reflects the A on "complication.1 without which we council exhibited
______ powers could be called in one
) long psalm For who is God except the 'Hungarian Issue' have suddenly the tortures
The value of a key is decidednot cannot live the life of heavenat soviet by
Hebrew conception of the sense a common market,
( 61 verses LORD? Who is a rock, save
whether It is fallen silent thoughnow Tisited Archbishop Josyf
by simple or all.And. on
but it differs with the
and the earth. In their view it God sharply
Confraterni was a our ?
complex but by Its power to there is much material for SHpyl of Lyir. Shortly this
along with the new common market in its aim.
flat disc resting on a vast sea It continues with an account turn a lock. Any solution must analysis and comment." warfare may take on more
ty Translation 1 and supported at the edges by of' the care this strong and meet the complexity of the power of knowing God in our When the National Broadcasting The soviet-controlled groupis subtle forms.
divides! it into God has taken in intellect will go a new powerIn dedicated to building com-
huge mountains which loving pre
they however
problem it is meant to solve. Company, Moscow has Just Issued Its
three parts: A ,1 call elsewhere "the columns of paring the psalmist to fight Sanctifying grace equips the will to love God at the began on February 3 to discuss -munism. second English edition of 'The
and B, of four the life's battles. B.24 (36-46)) detail level of the new knowing-
earth. the Hungarian questionin That is precisely the mes- Fundamentals of :Marxism-
us for the next life.
stanzas each __________ So mighty was God's action the happy result of this Whether or not it Is unduly power. It Is for this that Sanctifying -. "The Rise of Khrushchev," sage given by Todor Zhivkov, Leninism." In that book a
Grace is preparation.Our
and C, a con- that the preparation in the battle which a Moscow head of the Red Bulgarian
figuratively, sea dried complicated cannot be discussed promptly ejected its fundamental thought for Redsis
clusion. Last week we had :up and the usually unseen supports might well have proven disastrous till we know what the Intellect and will are correspondent.The government, in the January this:
started A-3 ( and had had it not been for given which, if we "
(8-20)) powers
Just of the earth-disc became life Is for which It exists to sort of discussion Mos- "World Marxist Review. "For centuries the Church
explained the significance of heaven's timely help. were to enter heaven at this There he that there must
visible. This stanza ends with us. cow therefore wants is some- says has tried to instill contemptfor
the cherub in verse 11. ,the beautiful declaration He The psalm ends with a prepare We constantly meet the no- moment, would enable us to thing different. Moscow does be brought about, at first earthly life and fear of

This latter figure In Just :set me free in the open, and little stanza (47.51 in which tion that the next life is justa live there. Here upon earth not want us to show that of- from Berlin to Vladivostok the God The Church threatenedwith

one elemen* In a highly :rescued me, because he loves the psalmist pours out his matter of being good here, they will not give the direct ficial Washington was stupi- beginning of "the single world- the wrath of God and tor.
poetic description of God's thanks and praise in almost sight of God: that must wait
3 me (20)). then going on being good fied at the time of the Budapest -wide socialist cooperative en- ment in hell those who dared
intervention in the battle esctatlc fashion.It for the end of the journey. "
A-4 (21-31) gives the reason there. For those who think like Massacre, that it an- visaged by Lenin. rise against the divinely established -
which threatened disaster to begins: The LORD live! But do lift the soulto
for this love and for the that, the next life Is simply they nounced that "we do not know This will not only mean the rule of the ex
the psalmist. And blessed be my Rock! Extolled -this life with the pleasures In- new levels of action even what Soviet Russia will do." fusing of the economy of "the ploiters."
The thunder and lightningof divine help that has been by God my saviour. here upon earth faith in
tensified and the pains re
14 and 15 are conventional forthcoming because of it. Not content with thankingGod the intellect hope and

biblical means of describingwhat That reason is simply the in the private of personal moved.Very spiritual people may charity In the will. Father Leo J. TreseBaptism

actually may have been j ract that the psalmist has always player, he promises to sing His think of the pleasures as These columns are not the I IONE

and in all probability was, a i tried to do his best to do praises in public, and not Justto spiritual; for tougher types, place for a lesson In theology. Illumines Eternal Values
divine action which was completely his co-religionists but even
(God's( will saying: who prefer wine and women, But theology is necessary if
imperceptible to the to the :
Toward the faithful you are pagans heaven means more and better questions are to be answeredIn
senses. But imperceptible Therefore will I proclaim I such a as to bring the of the most humbling a blood-brother of Jesus Christ and wine, to perform the specific
faithful toward the whole- wine, more and more beautiful way
though it was, it was still very ;; you. 0 LORD among the nations -women. Most of us find emit questioner to a new 'richness faced by a but a grace-brother (or grace- action by which your

real and powerfully effective, J hearted you are wholehearted and I will sing praise to this life pretty complicated, of appreciation of what God newly ordained Priest. is to sister) which Is a far more In. Priesthood and his. In union

and the psalmist turns to the 1 toward the sincere you are your name ((50)). why should anyone assume has revealed. find himself, suddenly, an: object timate relationship. might with Christ, is made active

of univer- say that you became, spiritually and effective. His Is a sacra-
that the next life is as simpleas For competence as instruc-
sal venerationon a Siamese twin of Jesus. mental Priesthood, yours Is a
ABC? tors, we must study Sanctifying
Question BoxDeathbed the part of From the moment of your participating Priesthood.
Divine revelation tells us Grace. I strongly recom-
Catholics. Yes- baptism on, whatever you The truth is that you have
What Gleason's book
I' to expect surprises.! mend Father ,
terday, attiredin would do would be the sameas almost as much to thank God
will heaven be like? Grace.If .
Calls For Simple PrayersQ. There is no great point in you happen to have a necktie, It Jesus.did It, if you willedIt for as does Father Tom or

no one gave so; and whatever Jesus did Father Jim to whom you doff
letting our Imagination provide handy a copy of Theology and
I work in a hospital, answer to God for their neg-- the answer. Sanity, you might read pages him a second would be accredited to you. So your hat or bow your head. If

and occasionally I come Questions should be ad- lect. Those who induce our "Eye has not seen, nor has 347-363. Do not think that this glance. Today," long, that is, as mortal sin we were to express your great.

across persons dying who dressed to: Question Box, youth to sin by salacious literature ear heard, nor has it entered sort of thing is too difficult for in his gleam- would not sever your union ness in graphic terms, we

profess no particular faith. The Florida Catholic, P.O. Immoral movies or TV into the human heart to ordinary Catholics. St. Paul ing roman collar with Him. could say that the difference

Could you offer some suggestions Box 3551, Orlando, Florida. programs and the like certainlycome grasp," says St. Paul, quotingthe taught it steadily to the new men tip Through your Incorpora. between your dignity as a
their hats to lion in Christ, share
under Christ's fearsome you baptized Christian and the
Isaias. has Christians the be-
on how I might help prophet "Eye est very
condemnation, "It were better him. Ladies who never other- with Him His eternal Priest- dignity of an ordained Priest
not seen" a curious phrase ginners.
them spiritually? divine Persons, father, Son, wise would speak to a stranger hood.
for him that a millstone shouldbe considering that what we do Without a solid knowledgeof 13 the distance of one inch.
and Holy Ghost; I believe that hanged about his neck and smile and say, "Good You have the power to offer The difference between
A. Remember God
why created know about heaven is told us it, we have not so much as your
these people-to know, Thy Divine Son became man that he should be drowned in in terms of seeing. begun to be beginners. morning, Father. When he with Him (as an unbaptized dignity and that of an un

love and serve Him. Your and died for our sins, and that the depth of the sea." enters a room, people rise person cannot) adequate wor- baptized person is a hundred

penny catechism offers you the He will come to judge the living Even those who have not from their chairs. Graybeardskneel ship to God the Father. You miles.

brief formulas whereby you and the dead. I believe contributed positively to delinquency Washington Letter to ask his blessing.The have the power to absorb into You do not encounter, as does
these and all the truths which Priest Is thrilled your soul (as an unbaptized
might Incite the dying to spend: young your parish Priest daily reminders -
their last hours on earth fulfill the Holy Catholic Church may be guilty of by such marks of respect, but person cannot) the Impluses of of your dignity.

ing God's purpose. These form- teaches, because Thou has revealed serious negligence by passive Mother Set n Window To unless he Is a complete fool, divine love which we call But you have as much

ulas are the acts of faith, hope, them, who canst neither acceptance of the filth he takes no pride in them. grace. reason as he to thank God

love and contrition. deceive nor be deceived. that is undermining our Be Set in National Shrine lie knows that It is not The difference between your every day for having chosen

k In many ea es the dying Art of Hope country and youth. himself as a person, but Priesthood and that of the man you, so undeserving, to be

', arc in no condition to listento 0 my God, relying on Thy Our lawmakers certainly ANEW likeness of Mother Elizabeth Bayley Seton will rather the Priesthood of whom you call Father is a very His Own child.

or understand a discourseon Almighty power and infinite have a grave responsibility to view here at almost the same time the foundressof Christ! which the Catholic narrow difference, even You are a very special object

religion. However, they mercy and promises I hope to see to it that those who induceour the Sisters of Charity in the United States is being beatified laity are saluting. ference.though It is an essential di!-
n<*nally can absorb and nn. obtain pardon of my sins, the youth to crime are pun- in Vatican City. The marks of honor are buta ]nature.
left the is the In the
facing three sacrament of Holy You share in Christ's
derstand these:! simple help of Thy grace and life ever- ished. They are bound to see The likeness is a full-length reminder of the great grace Priest-
chapel of St. Vincent de Paul Orders he has received the !hood. There Is little
so that
prayers. lasting, through the merits of to it that youngsters are pro figure of Mother Seton In a which, so totally undeserved
founder of the Congregation of power to consecrate the bread It's been my experience that Jesus Christ, my Lord and Re- tected against the occasions of stained glass window in the has come to him. For the rest
the Missions or the Vincen-
many adult Catholics do not remember -deemer. sins. National Shrine of the Immac- of his life he will try, always

the acts of faith hope Schools that do not teach the ulate Conception. The window tians. Inadequately, to thank God for '
and charity. So I am sure our Act of Lore younger generation the differ is In one of three chapels To the right, is the chapel of the gift of his Priesthood.Yet 5 TRANCE_ BUT TRU E
readers won't mind if I refresh O my Lord. I love Thee aboveall St. Louise de Marillac, cofounder -
grouped together In the
ence between right and wrongare an earlier gift came to Little-Known Facts for Catholics
their memories: things, with my whole heart southwest with St. Vincent de
corner of theShrine's that Priest in his
to him
doing a grave injustice came to
and soul, because Thou art all- The Paul of the Sisters of Charityof By M. )J. MURRAY c1'ia.ua.a./l..4/ *_Lri4m
Faith the children. nave. chapels are infancy, which Is more pre-
Act of
all love. St. Vincent de Paul In Parisin
good and worthy of I be ,
O God, I firmly believe Nevertheless young people expected to completed on cious more glorious than any-
: my
love my neighbor as myself for 1655. -fh! /ThE OGANT MOMMTCRyAT
March :15.Mother.
that Thou art one God In three themselves- have responsibility, thing which has happened to :-I j I PtTKA III THE HOLY IAHO WAS\ '
the love of Thee. I forgive all The Mother windowIs .
and of that responsibilityIs Seton will be proclaimed Seton him since. He was baptized. : .c u BUILT IMTO THT ROCKY MfllSiDCLDSViMG .
who have Injured me, and ask "blessed" In St. in the St. Louise de MariJ- ... I.1- ..%I OMlY 1HC FACAOS rsoaD8.1 -
not to Imitate bad example, Since this gift of baptism in IT MTTS TOTWC 3W> ComjRy '
have in-
of all whom I
pardon Peter's Basilica March 17.. lac chapeL
not to patronize immoral agen- on ,one which is shared by Priest

jured. cies, and not to act If their The National Shrine Incidentally In domes above the three and laymen alike, it will be __
The Our Father and Act of is growing impres- chapels are mosaic depictions :
deeds could be charged to more practical to turn our at-
Contrition are known to all, others. sively as an attraction in the of the works conducted in the :tention from the young Priest Vt -1:. _

Car ItalicPaUitbd and are most fitting on such Young people today may be national capital. Officials estimate -U.S. by the Vincentlans and 'and to speak In terms of YOU. TAI--a: ____
occasions. Don't forget that that well over 3,000,000 Sisters of Charity. .
faced with many temptations, You came to the baptismalfont
Catholics on their deathbed persons have visited the great Mother Seton will be the ,
but they are also faced with with nature that was
a .
.f nJ' FrUmy need the same help. church since its dedication in first native of the U.S. to be !I, r vv4' WA.VP
many opportunities for good. completely human. You had A O1Jll/NAL WHOKPKKSIHTS
FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc. November, 1959 and the trend officially declared "blessed". A TH(
J'.O. liax 1531 OArdt. a-IUI Q. :I have read many Articles Delinquency is the breakIng .no capacity for supernaturalaction z lIOLY FATHER IUlXU -
they say, is toward a steady in- St. Frances Xavier Cabiinl,
IS: East CU liUl irr.. OrU 4 to JIll 'u.rwnitar -
I ; rio equipment enjoythe
on juvenile delinquency of one or more of the- crease. who was canonized In 1946. 1
I\ IOyt5CtRLb1
U.S.A. and Canada
1 ineffable that b
$4.00 pr 7ar; thr eountrlei stating that parents were commandments of God. If Even in recent months was a U.S. citizen, but was happiness .AIL ITALY. DUKINO TUTctR&tottY -
I God I rue CHJLDKlUetirf
$S.DO. responsible for it. Don't you some youngsters give way to when Washington, like many born in Italy. Mother Seton, a ; : TUT I/IMP OfKltfDHtt* r -
The Florida. Catholic It a number they must be In sacrament of baptism SiX CHAPU.OF .
temptations thee WHICH Aas iff rue
Associationand think that the who other places in the U.s., has convert! was born in New .
Press youths
of the Catholic with I A ROMAN CHU&O4.Irt I
the National Cathollo Wclfara. commit these crimes are held responsible for their been having an unusuallysevere York City in 1774, and became God endowed you I:
Conference! Ntwi .me:.. Doper actions the same as adults. winter tha number interested in the Catholic a new kind of life, a sharingin ; -
partly to blame? 7W2 YEA* 1700,29 Of
and )IarUn publl.h.rs' r tpr..nta.tlve.
Entered a* a ond clue mall We can help our youth by coming to the Shrine has been Faith while living In Italy in Hi own divine life. THE WORLD'S fOPUlXTIOW -

May 1. 1J5J. at Orlando. Florida A. Frankly I feel that nearly good example proper training, impressive. the very early years of the 19th God raised you to His own WAS CATHOUC.7KC flSUtt ....

under the Act of March 2. 1179. every one of us can be linked to ridding our communities of occasions The group of three chapels century. ]level of being and fitted you .1D-A5Y- ........#.4$t-OA0s-/6 tv -i- .

delinquency In one way or an- of sins. This Is our taken together, are known as While the Miraculous Medal 'with the power to perform -:: '-

other. The rise In delinquency duty.In. the Miraculous Medal Chapelof Chapel will be completed on >supernatural acts, acts of

Father Vincent 1':. Smith certainly points to a weaknessin the final analysis, we the Shrine. It was donatedby March 15, it will not be dedicated
Editor Executive MU .Jau Editor oalai society of which we are a must recognize that young and the Vincentian Fathers and until sometime later. sudden change of a Jungle 4' 1 ____. IMVRTANT 1.AAG(1T. MD AlTAR.fIcr MOlT

Hark A. ll.Llslg old are confronted with the the Sisters of Charity. Leading officials of the Vin- I ipe into an Einstein would notb irf wanes is-me

J...t>h A. hailer part.Parents who Jail in their awesome price of freedom The center of the three centian Fathers and of the 1 b one-hundredth as"great a 1 IW JmJU1MmatrAu,
Advertising Manager discipline their chil- the of be- 'miracle as the change of ; 1Il \.U taafno
duty to necessity choosing chapels is the Miraculous Sisters of Charity are expected you ; LM II' THi IA&LY 16'2'cnrnI

-i1d; March 1, 1963 dren or give them good ex. tween good and evil No one Medal chapel and is dedicatedto to be in Rome for the beatification !- I Into a child of God. 4 'I J.GrMAiJ ARTIS r.

.. ample certainly will have to can make the choice for us. the Blessed Mother. To the ceremony.: In baptism you become, not U- I I -- -

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 1, 1963 Page FeeSays

( Suffering Polish Church Holding

Own Despite Severe Red PressureBERLIN Bishops ParticipatedIn

Guiding All at CouncilVATICAN

(NC)The Church in Poland is holding its own if one judges from statistics -

alone. But a closer look reveals it is suffering from the effects of a constant bar- CITY (NC) -Bishops who attended the

rage of oppressive measures taken by Poland's communist regime.An first session of the Second Vatican Council participatedin

authority on Church affairs in Poland gave this general summary of the c.. the government of the entire Church, according to the

Church's current status in an interview. For obvious reasons he cannot allow his name council's general secretary.
to be used. week of the Italian national
disappointing for the people. In this respect Archbishop Perlcle FeUd
The commu- young convention of tourism and pas-
questions and his answers
follow nists, for they rely heavily on the Church is gaining. said this came about because"in toral care.
: the workers there In ,. taking their decisions they
Question What Is the : Question: What are some of ... ...
: ,
general where the communist party (1 ,;;' ".(:.t. had before them, not only the
the obstacles that face the
condition of the ChurchIn has never been too strong.An : souls confided directly to them
Church in Poland? :
your country; is it maintain- assessment of the condition tJ4 but the true good of the whole \[Mass Guide \
ing its position or losing Answer There are three
of the Church In Poland Is Church, even of the whole ofhumanity
groundr great obstacles, as I gee them: SUNDAY, Match ft
often made by counting church ; in a wondrous unity
Answer Since the situation attendance. It Is on this basis prosperity, the decline of the .i+ f rr of pastoral solicitude." let Sunday of l. nt. ()1as9

Is quite complex, this cannotbe that most foreign correspondents Christian atmosphere and tax- Archbishop Fetid also referred of Sunday, Creed, Preface ofLent

answered simply. No complete ation.A -v Is : 1+ ).
arrive at Inaccurate con- ; 9 to the practice of journalists -
statistics can be compiled degree of prosperity came MONDAY March 4
clusions In their news stories.It ; and others of dividingthe
by the Church Itself. Is true that the churchesare with the end of the Stalin era y 4. : y. a ,44 o. council fathers Into "cur (Mass of Monday of bt

Statistics gathered by the always full, on Sundaysand and the beginning of the reignof f i.1 ,,4 t t rents or contrasts." week of Lent 2nd prayer of
soviet premier N I kit a St. Casimir 3rd of St.
government give us some Idea,, sometimes even on week- t' "Others more moderate, Pope
Khrushchev. The arrival of this Lucius I Preface of Lent).
however. Three or four years days. But to Judge by church wanted to divide the membersof ,

ago a questionnaire was givento attendance alone is very mis- prosperity, however modest It the assembly Into shepherdsand TUESDAY, March ft
students at Warsaw Univer- There may be, has also brought withit of Lenten .
leading. Is a scarcity of fishermen, Insofar as the Mass weekday)
a desire for advancement anda A jv:, J + F V S 7
sity to determine both religious C
churches to accommodate a first would above all defend WEDNESDAY, )March
convictions and Ideology. large Catholic population. At corresponding desire t 0 the sacred patrimony of the (Mass oi Ember Wednesdayin
avoid fired.Consequently .
In answer to the question, present It is quite impossibleto getting Faith, while the second would Lent 2nd prayer of Sts.

"Do you believe in Cod?"- build more churches under when a conflict propose above all to obey the Perpetua and Felicitaa, Preface
arises between the Church
in this particular questionnaire government sanction. command 'Launch out into the of Lent).

the question really About 98 per cent of the and the government, whether deep' (Luke 5,4)) notwithstanding THURSDAY, Starch T

meant "Do you believe In population of Poland is Cath local or national the peopleare the many difficulties of (Mass of Lenten weekday
less In favor of
Catholicism?"-about 88 percent olic. militantly apostolic seafaring h. ob 2nd prayer of St. Thomas
the Church and are more InclIned -
of the students answered Almost all children are baptized to withdraw from the BEGIN HOLY SEASON OF LENT served. Aquinas, Preface of Lent).

"Yes." funerals, and are most performed weddings In and the argument, especially if they Starting the Lenten season off right are 10-year-old identical triplets, Gary Gene "But the sole reality I. thl: FRIDAY, March 8

Considering that the university -church. But a closer study of see that opposing the govern. and Greg Fracier of Holy Family parish, Washington, D.C., as they are anointed with all were anxious to establish (Mass of Ember Friday in

students are more subject the statistics shows that the ment will mean losing their ashes. The three fifth graders at Holy Family school receive their Lenten reminders which truths should be put Lent 2nd prayer of St. Johnof
to marxist than In relief and
propaganda .
today greater God, Preface of Lent)
number of weddings listed in from Father Noel J. O'Callaghan, Holy Family parish assistant.
any other youths In Poland, Jobs.So what are the most efficaciousmeans SATURDAY March ,
the office is far, the people have not
registrar's greater
the questionnaire showed a of bringing these (Mass of Ember Saturday In
great failure of the commu, than the number entered In compromised on basically Important Father John B. SheerinEcumenist truth before the faithful. Lent, 2nd prayer of St.
issues but there seemsto
the church records.
nists' efforts to gain the young in "The same holy freedom with Frances of Rome, Preface of
people.An This Is partly explained by be a growing tendency which the Fathers were able Lent).

Incident last year in the, the fact that the members of that direction.The Won't Compromise Truth to outline their Ideas and opinIons SUNDAY, March 10

Katowice diocese seems to in, the communist party (number- second, obstacle l -the de- their experiences and proposals 2nd Sunday of Lent. (:Mass!

dicate that they are also failing ing about 1,023,577 in 1958) are cline of a Christian atmosphereIs ecumenism lead to in- compromise as a prelude to re ture of essential Catholicism. contributed in no small of Sunday Creed, Preface of

with the workers, at least, not permitted to marry In the seen everywhere In direct DOES ? There are union. Indifference is not the offspring way toward emphasizing the Lent).

in some areas. On the firs. Church or receive the sacra relation to a growth in secular- many thoughtful Catholicswho The fact is that the gen but the enemy of desire for the study of truth

Sunday of :May last year a pit- ments. Many of these are ization: In the press, on the are profoundly worried vine ecumenist abominates ecumenism.It which animated each and every

grlmage was organized in thi: known to have married secretly radio, on television, in motion about this .any form or shape of com- is the muddle-headed and member of the council assem- Daytona Beach
diocese which is populated al, at night in some distant church pictures and especially in the "
question.They promise-on essentials His the foggy-brained who talk of bly, he said.Archbishop.
most entirely with the worker;: with no record made of the schools.
are aim is to discover the full compromises and bring ecumenism Fetid referred to
of the coal mines and heavy ceremony. The same holds true The only weapon the Church heartily in accord truth revealed in Jesus into disrepute. The the council debate over the 1
Industry.The of the sacrament of Baptism. has against demoralization is SERVICE
with the Christ. real ecumenist knows that it controversial draft on Divine

pilgrimage was to the(!, It is too difficult to give a the pulpit and the confessional. Christian His constant concern is to is only when he presents Cath- Revelation a s "particularly Repairs & Parts All Mates

shrine of Our Lady of Piekarj definite answer to the question Circulation of Catholic news Unity aims of f find out what is essential in olic or Protestant teaching in lively at times but always CL 5-3225

and was for men only. Although I of whether the Church is hold, papers and other Catholic liter- Pope. John but the teaching of a religious its totality and integrity that marked by a spirit of charity." 317 3rd St.-HOLLY HILL

the local authorities used every -. Ing its own or losing ground. ature is so small that it can they are I body, what is non-essentiaL he Is contributing to ecumenical The council official said In

means to hinder them mon! The Church In Poland Is def, not combat the downward afraid that He wants to discover this progress.
that the
this connection council
than 100,000 men participated,, initely changing. trend effectively. There are no over zealous because he knows he cannot Fathers had "dedicated chine In Dayton Beach atop at

walking a long distance on foot; Religion In Poland is becoming -. other means to create and and uninformed compromise on what is essen with KAY'S Restaurant
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did with doable -
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i Rattan Wrought Iron in the lneans necessaryto ecumenism. The antics of a conscience to remain loyal to ecumenical council shows once Church and so that not only
Plan .
Aluminum Ukrainians it for combating pressures fanatic or dilettante simply the last jot and tittle of the more that the Church will last the faithful might accept the Creative Hair Styling

Highway I Ormond Beach exerted by the government.The show that he doesn't under- Gospel message. forever. truth with greater readiness of Permanents, Silver Blending

+ Calendar Change third' obstacle and the stand what ecumenism is all Those Catholics who would Speaking of the long historyof mind but that those who live and Tinting

PHILADELPHIA (NO-Al 1 l principal'weapon the government about. dilute Catholic teaching or the Church at his regular far away from the House of the 11.1.8 M. flehrank. OB T-ISII

I TRUCKS TO parishes within the Ukrainian L used against the Church The unknowing probably make compromises are disloyal -Wednesday audience last week, Father may also feel its ap BO 8.. Atlantic Ormond Ilcacb

Catholic Archeparchy of Phlla.. is the taxation of property imagine that the ecumenical to the whole ecumenical Pope John said: peal." Opp. Coqolna Hotel

,,r, YOU delphia will be using the Gregorian and Income.- movement means a series of movement as well as to Christ. "There may be failures here He said that if pastoral action -

"DontSERVE Shtco ver calendar this year 01 r Churchincome and proper compromises climaxed by a For they purport to speakon and there and there may be is to be lasting and fruit

Sinclairs i Call Shiver" ties are taxed at the rate: of 60 great reunion council at which behalf of the Church and interruptions, difficulties, bit ful it must derive its strength CUNNINGHAMOIL

HEATING r CL 2-3793 next.Up to now, some parishe!s per cent. In.some dioceses_ seminaries the Pope will sit down with they do not represent the terness, tribulation and injus from unity of doctrine, of government COMPANY

within the archeparchy hav< are taxed. the head of united Protestantism Church at all. tice. Violence may sometimesbe and of worship.

CASHDISCOUNTS used the Gregorian calendar. The Warsaw archdiocese paid to arrange the final great They deceive Protestantsand imposed on the Church in Archbishop Felici addressedthe

eup.rrl.m. while others have used thE! last year three million zlotys .Sena for Cites raise illusory hopes. The some places in the world, but concluding session last

'1 Julian calendar.The ($125,000)) tax on real estates true Protestant ecumenist there is always the promise of

Gregorian calendar wa alone. The same -tax was imposed CommunicationsWorkers' wants Catholics to express the the Lord. Badl

Introduced by Pope Gregor):r on the Katowice dioceses mind of the Church, not pri- "The promise will be there PRINTINGLetter Dlipatrhrd

\\\i f'll' XIII in 1582 to correct error and several other dioceses. An AimsST. vate opinions. For he cannot today, tomorrow and the day Press & Offset DcnrcrT

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throughout thi e month. picture the audience to
In general use 1200 to 1700 zlotys a present at
tion and mission, Senator Eugene
Catholicity. They feel that
SWARMING? world. "stay always intimately unitedin
The expenses of religious J. McCarthy of Minnesotahas
is 13-day difference there are many human elements in the "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS-SINCE 1881"
There a worship in Poland are said to said here. the truth of God and
call between the two calendars. be tax-free. But the repair of historical accretionsand patience of Christ."
Mr. McCarthy recently ad-
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the Gregorian calendar Is December a window-Is charged witha terminology, audience were a group of new
cis de Sales an organization of Jewelers
view of the divine essentialsin Registered
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overdue taxes?" If not, they pline, he said, "the new profes- the Fathers of the Council Beniamino Nardone, for 40 Thurs. Cathy Soper (Mgr.]
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Six The Florida Catholic/Friday March 1 1963s F '. ;'J.(' ,
Bm J{ _. ,. Imitate Saint Anthony,

I Chilean Prelates Initiate Exemplary ReformsLatla : .dr A uW. ti! Pope Asks FranciscansVATICAN

America U a Ta-t area .! trrm*. CITY NC-Pope)
Mmmniilkm or adraaee alone the road to ThrlktUn democrarry7 The ..dIC., .t N. JeTfCrTlre' who rfrrntlJ Halnhed a tour or Latin America, report !. the folUwlnr article on the strenuous effort befog made by the crew I.. !Franciscans to imitate the apostolic zeal of one of "your
Cath.lle .o clal f.r,.. t. guide o"e.f the .......'. ,eountriei towards Christian democracy "
excellent brothers Saint propitious occasion to exhort

By Jaime Fonseca as "inquilinos" or tenant la- Spanish Crown in colonial But above all, farmers ,are. r f Anthony of Padua. you paternally to devote your

THE Catholic Church in borers were to be theirs aftera times were confiscated in 1824 given intensive courses in improving s The Pope's exhortation was efforts to molding yourselveson

has its hand on the short trial period.A along with the suppression of production. Their contained in a letter to Father the example of your excel

plow of a precedent-making few weeks later, Raul Car- the tithe, in a series of laws wives receive training in bet Basil Heiser O.F.M. Com, min- lent Brother .

pilot project of land reform. dinai Silva Henriquez of San- which impoverished the ter homemaking.Father :ister general of the Conven- Induced
"Saint Anthony many
In the fall of 1961 the Bishops tiago was delivering a similar Church. The few properties it Conzalo Arroyo SJ., ual; Franciscans, on the eighth others through ardent words

of Chile announced after promise to another group of has today come from bequestsfor of the Bellarmine social studies centenary of the transfer of and example to 'bless
their annual meeting that "huaso" families at another the support of its educational center in Santiago, has stated; saint Anthony's body from the the Lord.. May the sons of the

farms and estates belonging to Church-owned property, the and charitable work. "From the very beginningwe :Church: of Santa Maria Mater Franciscan Order follow therefore

all dioceses in the country 3500-acre estate of Las Pataguas. But the Bishops, however, want the co-op members to Domini to the basilica which in his footsteps. Their vocation -

would be divided and sold to are determined to set the example achieve self-government. Our was. built in Padua 1 n his requires that they per

rural families. "We hate started to fulfilla to pave the way for help is limited to lending la meate themselves ferventlywith

.Their goal, they said, vas rexolution' of the Churchin hocial justice in their coun hand in technical know-how, 5 The centenary falls on the true doctrine of Jesus

"effective land reform-better Chileto give lands to try.Chile acquiring a farm tractor and April 8. Christ and also induce men

use. of the land for the common those'who till them," he said. has over 300 large other implements, in securing "The solemn centennial commemoration through the manifold activitiesof

good and a greater par In the past 10 months, the farms with over 12,250 acres better seeds, in arranging credit which Is being the sacred ministry to ob-

ticipation by the rural work- diocese of Talca and the San- apiece, while 500,000 peasants and money while waiting for prepared for celebrating the serve it."

ing families in the ownershipof tiago archdiocese have relin live on less than four acres the harvest ." memorable event offers Us a Pope John concluded: A

and income from the land. quished some 8700 acres in favor per family. "We are educating the tenant
believe It Is design of

Papal Envoy "We a
The Bishops engaged agricultural of 150 farm families. The Chilean agriculture is concen- farmer in a new sense of responsibility
Providence that these
experts to study the soils lands, valued a"t$ 15OOO will be trated in the fertile Central and efficiency as SAIGON (XC) -Archbishop Divine celebrations

of Church-owned lands, and theirs at a price far below their Valley-a 600-mile strip in the the best incentive for produc- Salvatore Asta, new apostolic holy Anthonian
they put lawyers to work worth.-- The prospective land- heart of the country which has ing better and more. The day .. "'.>>..A"""-.'.....- delegate to Vietnam, Laos and coincide with the holding
Vatican Ecumenical
studying legal questions per- holders have 20 .years to pay an average width of only 110 \ve can launch land reform' on Cambodia, has arrived here the Second
LAND REFORM IN CHILE : which trustful In divine
taining to land. Last June the at ,six per cent interest, and miles. Ninety per cent of the a nationwide basis I n Chile from: Rome. Most of the hierarchy Council ,
Father Gonsalo Arroyo S.J., (standing) goes over help, We convoked and
Church opened the first fur- with the first payment deferred cultivated area consists of such farmers will make the of southern Vietnam,

row from which it hopes a new for two years. Conditions large estates, a landholding difference between success or plans in Chile for the Church land reform with Father ]headed by Archbishop Peter lovingly continue.
M. Zanartu S.J., at the Bellarmine Center in Santiago. of Hue and "This glorious Saint lived In
landholding system will spring such .as these are un- system which remains quasi. ruin. 3 STgo dinh Thuc

for the rest of the country. heard of in Chile,.where mortgages feudal. But there are already many The Center has conducted exhaustive studies before Archbishop Paul Nguyen van fact In the age that Immediately -

furtherin and commercial loans- "The primary mission of the signs of success. making recommendations to the Bishops. 1 Binh of Saigon greeted him at followed the Fourth Lateran.
"Today we go a step 1i
his Intensive
applying the teachings of when available-bear normal Church is to teach," stated the; airport. Minister of the interior Council and pastoral
interest rates of 20 to 25 per Bishop Larrain in his historic ': Bui van Luong represented action was in perfect
Christ and the social doctrineof
Mother Seton's : with the salutary decreesof
the Church" said Bishop cent annually. speech at Los Silos. Decrees Verifying ; the government. mony
council was
that ,
Christians of a
"It is the of three-quarters
duty Nearly
:Manuel Larrain of Talca, addressing This land distribution on the im
convinced of the Church's million Catholics, about one- also why his ministry was
a group of farm fam part of the Church does not Neumann's Miracles Issued souls.
flies at Los Silos de Pirque. mean that the Bishops have teaching to effect such reformsas Bishop ]third; of the Catholic population mensely beneficial to

needed But when the : of Vietnam, still live in
:been rich land owners.
The 450 acres of prime farm
land they had been working Most lands granted by the Church can add her deeds to VATICAN (NC-Pope) John XXIII has promulgated decrees on February 25 declaring 1 the[ communist-ruled north, r4t91 aa10N-

her words, she does so gladly the authenticity of miracles worked through the intercession of two American Jarred 1 from contact with Pope

. even if it means sacrifice, and candidates for beatification-Mother Elizabeth Bayley Seton and Bishop John Nepothe -John XXIII or his delegate A. II. Craig R.aaal L. Beanttt

BRETT FUNERAL HOME opposition on the part of mucene Neumann C.SS.R. J formerly the apostolic delegation Ambulance Service

AMBULANCE SERVICE some." Venerable Servant of God placed among such Bishops \: was in Hanoi now the VA 4-1673 *i
Bishop Larrain made only a This leaves-in principle Elizabeth Ann Bayley the who have acquired fame for (capital of the communist regime ST. AUGUSTINE **'

passing reference to sacrifice.Yet two more steps to be taken be- widow Seton, applied herself holiness and have merited 1 in the north.

there is real sacrifice on fore the foundress of the Sisters with all her might and moreover highly the honor of the Catholic

; h of Charity in the United entrusted it to the reli- "
; ; the part of the Church in this religion.

] program. However meager the States Philadelphia and the fourth can be Bishopof beati gious family she founded." The Neumann decree reviews JOHN S. RHODES JR.

income from the estates has The decree then recounts the the life' of the Bohe

4810 Central Avenue St. 'Petersburg been, the Church did use it for fied.These principal events in Mother mian-born Bishop who died FUNERAL DIRECTOR

William T. Towey THOM\S 7.. BKfcTT its many needs. are the decrees of Seton's life and describes the in Philadelphia in 18GO and

Catholic Owned and. Operated Santiago, the richest arch "tuto" (safe to go ahead with two miracles approved in the describes the miracles attrib- 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055

diocese in the country, has an the beatifications) and can- decree: uted to his intercession.It .
vassing the views of the Cardi
average yearly income 0 f 'The instantaneous and per- concludes with the solemn
nals, Archbishops and Bishopsin
$160,000 to administer to fect cure of Sister Gertrude pronouncement that "it is cer- GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME
Jnc. Rome concerning the pros-
Atngfon flenzoriafC/zape/a? 2,377,000 Catholics, run a multitude Korzendorfer of pancreatic carcinoma tain that the two miracles were
pective beatifications. But the Phone 847.3131KISSIMMEE
of social institutions, and (New Orleans, 193o) performed through the inter
dates for the beatificationshave
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PETERSBURG 482.).9th A\e. Xo. Ph. 3154123) 228 Catholic schools. already been set March acute lymphatic leukemia John Nepomucene Neumann, "OLDEST IX CENTRAL FLORIDA"
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with a good education, said God through the intercessionof perfect cure of the child Eva
Bishop Neumann.The .
Angel Valenzuela, the co-op the Venerable Servant of Benassi of very grave peritonitis ,

president. "But Church leaders decree concerning God Elizabeth Ann Bayley, the (Sassuolo, Italy, 1923)), and

Carl, 1 T. Bouchard_ Funeral l Home' and their helpers are among Mother Seton,' who died .In widow Seton." of the ;youth J. Kent Lenahanof Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.

the very few who cared to helpus 1821, reads in part: .. The decree ls j signed tby severe fractures at the base

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INC. have been robbed in the past, some task. But we mustad- The decree concerning pulmonary lesions (Bryn I 1045 9th Avenue No. Sf. Petersburg Phone 862-3609

what hurts us most!' is/having mire such a one 5tHI'mor if Mawr., Pa., 1949))." I .
Bishop Neumann, signed<< by
FUNERAL DIRECTORS been robbed of education." it is a woman, and'moreover
the Sallie prelates: reads inpart
Chile's illiteracy rate for ten- a frail woman.
:year-olds and up is still 22 per "Such a woman left her
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Apostle: .
ter tools efforts of .
are coop- always."In fied when graves were dis-
eratives' programs. this exercise of charity, imitators of me, as I am of covered in the walls of the Blvd. & 48th St. No.
cathedral here during excava
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name of the Venerable
Find Possible Remains Servant of God John Nepomu- tions.i..holf'' f'r iras the second "
v Neumann de-
cene certainly
Bishop of Monterrey andserved
serves by every right to beHeads from 1783 until 1790. '- 1
Of 6th Century SaintsSUBIACO .," -
His found in c.-
grave was a Robert A. Fisfc TTm. ;.Tonrnfcnn
PreIature good state of preservation.Israel Funeral Director tI" Funeral Director

Italy (NC-A lead casket believed to con- CIIIMBOTB '(XC)-A United Cavazos, director of 4t .
tain remains of the bodies of Sts. Benedict and Scholastica the University of Monterrey
Rhodes East Chapel, 4th St. & 7th Ave., North 862.5155 States Priest has been installedas
6th monastics said the BscJsfcirt. ; "Fist k & Jour9an;;
century has been found in the monastery apostolic administrator of a library, Bishop's re- '

Also New Rhodes West Chapel, 900 49th St. No. 347-4123 church of St. Scholasticahere. new Church district in a fast. mains were identified through FUNERAL: HOME
The six-sided casket found in the coffin
was articles
growing. section on Peru's west Oxygen & Radio Equipped Ambulances
found under the main altar of I coast. a miter, gloves, a Franciscan
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lished as belonging to the 107 Mass.
work. It weighs about four O.p.. of the U.S. Dominican Fa-
Bishop.< W ST. CLOUD '.
A.P.BOZARIVERSIDE \ pounds and bears the inscription thers' eastern province of St.
The green vestments in NATf0111LSELtcTzDMoarcusa: Phone 892.2155
: "Ex oss. SS. Bened. et Joseph, was formerly installedlast which he was buried were

Schol.," which means: from the month in St. Peter's church found intact. Gold threads in
CHAPEL here as head of the independent
bones of Sts. Benedict and the chasuble still glittered.

Scholastica. ;J prelature of Chimbote. Monterrey termites are regarded -

The Benedictine monks of Archbishop Federico Perez ,I as a kind of plague, but the Serving Eustis & Vicinity Since 1915
the monastery knew that there :Silva C.M., of Trujillo, Peru wood of the Bishop's coffin had

were important relics under Howard and Armenia at Boulevard
Tampa Bay the main altar, but they did i 1 hat: the new territory was set (Cavazos said. Zeller, Kennedy & Hamlin

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,, The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 1,1963 Page Seven .

Rhode Island Senate Votes ;: ; ;;c .

I I Books for Private Schools : */ .: ? Diplomat Reports No EasingOf

t PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island (NC-The Rhode Island & Red Curbs in LithuaniaSAN

senate without dissent approved,a bill which provides tax-

paid textbooks and a program of aptitude intelligence- t

tests for private school students throughout the Ultp._ : .i 'tJ FRANCISCO (NC)-Relaxation of restrictions in

The voice vote last week on fJ---- -- -- I J the Soviet Union since the death of Stalin has brought no

the measure came after 26 recess during which democrats : easing of pressures on the Church in Lithuania, accordingto

minutes of discussion on the and republicans caucused, and I 0T ; C a Lithuanian diplomat
anla, be said, because'
senate floor. The bill now goesto the senate judiciary committee stationed at the Holy See.
Priests are not permitted to
the house of representatives.The approved the bill "Essentially, nothing has
Senator teach more than one'child at
measure approved is the Frank Sgambato, changed," said Stasys Lozorai-
a time- and lay people may
democratic bilL It is substan. majority leader, tis secretary of the Lithuanian
tially the same as another bill who is chairman of the judiciary legation at the Vatican.Mr. not give religious instruc

under republican auspices committee, said most members Lozoraitls was here during tion. -
t of the committee Adding to the difficulty is
which expressed
represents Governor a tour of the United States.
the fact that printed material
John H. Chafee's views on the beliefs that the measure will He noted in an interview that
meet the test of from the West is not allowed
school aid issue. constitutional k3 only three Lithuanian Bishopsare
into the country. Priests can-
Senator C. George Stefano, ty. t'4 now living and none of
not get breviaries. At the one
republican minority floor Irving J. Bilgor, j them is in his own diocese.
leader, expressed the opinion member of a special committee I ; Religions instruction is seminary serving the entire
country, the 60 students are
studied the
that the governor would sign textbook aid ; nearly impossible in Lithu-
the democratic bill If It issue, said he could not recall I i _'. hard pressed for textbooks.
Monasteries and conventsare
reached his desk. any legislation to which so
much thought, opinion and I not allowed in Lithuania.
The measure was brought up I Israel I Parliament Religious I communities of
on the floor after a long senate preliminary work was
The bill specifies devot'd.1 Defeats Mixed Priests have been disbanded.

mathematics, science and Persecution of the Church in

ST. AUGUSTINE modern language textbooks, COUNTY SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS AT KENNY hUGH SCHOOL Marriage Bill Lithuania began in June 1940,

which are not sectarian, be when the Russians invaded the

provided by the state and Father Mortimer Danaher, cipal, have congratulated stu. that nine nursing scholarships ners; and 25 teacher scholar- JERUSALEM (NCIsrael'sKnesset country. Soon after the Ger-

loaned to students of parochial president of Bishop Kenny dents of the school who have were given in Duval ships were made in the county (Parliament) has recently mans arrived, and three years

and private schools, High School, and Sister been awarded scholarships.The County and four Kenny girls of which five are from voted down a proposedlaw later the Russians were back

subject to "rules and regulations Thomas Joseph S.SJ., prin school president said are among the award win- Kenny. which would have per. again.

as the school com Pictured here are nine mitted mixed marriages be- Church leaders have been

mittee may prescribe." Catholics Red girls who have been named tween Jews and Gentiles, with deported, jailed or executed.
in Vietnam
The measure also make pro- Young recipients' of Florida Department minister of religious affairs Of nearly 2000 Priests, only

vision for materials and a uniform of Education scholar. Zerah Wahrhaftig leading the some 750 now remain.

program for aptitude and Attend Church Visitor ships: foreground, from left, opposition. Yet, according to Mr. Lozoraitls -
Intelligence testing of all elementary Elizabeth Worley, Mary Lou The bill, introduced by Mrs. the will to freedom and

and high school stu- Romeka, Bonnie Jean Hire- Emma Talml of the leftist fidelity to religion still remain

dents in public and private Father Patrick O'Connor pan, Judy Monell, Sandra Mapam party, provided for strong in Lithuania.

Budgeting? schools. SAIGON (NC-"A lot of younger folk and married couples with children, as well Jean Rice; background, liar- civil marriage and divorce. This "Despite soviet indoctrination -

Several state-wide Protestant as mature people," are seen in church in communist-ruled Hanoi, according to a foreign riett' Shepard, Patricia Tern- would have allowed mixed and constant pressure,"

organizations have cam traveler interviewed In southern Indo-China. He was in north Vietnam in recent months, prine, Susan Burns, Theresa marriages, which are now illegal he said, "youth is resisting

Use Our Low Cost paigned against the legislation, including the Christmas sea- Boyle.Chapel. in Israel where marriageis splendidly." Nor, he noted, has
the Gospel In Vietnamese and gathered in the outside
principally on the ground thatit square controlled by Jewish religious Lithuania ever had a "nation-
son. French and preached brieflyin and the three streets leading is law. al" church movement in
Plan Target as
Checking violates the traditional separation "I was told that the communists .
each language."I into it."It was a regular Babel, communist-ruled
of Church and State don't interfere with the The bill was defeated by a some other

I. You can keep an accurate doctrine.MCDONALD'S. older people in regard to religion saw a v e r y old Priest one foreigner said. For Desecration vote of 37 to 13. .nations.
hearing confessions," the traveler In Haiphong a party of troublemakers -
but they discourage the Voting against It were the
record of spending ,
your said. "About thirty per- succeeded in enter
younger ones from going to Mapal (Labor) party, the
can Republic (XC) Three JACKSONVILLEVisit
sons received Holy Communion. -ing the church, according to a
; and really keep to church," he said. From what ." non-Catholic times within a week anti.re- national religions party and
foreigner. "They
he saw, however, he concludedthat ligious fanatics desecrated the other parties of the government .
your budget with our He rarely saw anybody in were young men, who laughedand
a good proportion of the ccalltlon. Favoring it
Chapel of the Finding of the
talked noisily. The
simple checking account REXALL STORE younger generation of Catholics uniform in the than congregationand church was very crowded but the :Most Holy Cross here, the last were the 3Iapam party, the Jacksonville's Finest Hotels
never more two.
had not yielded to the communists and some memo
time despite the of
took notice ofthem. presence
congregation no
anti-religious pressure. The churches in Hanoi are bers of the Liberal party. MayflowerGeorge
Street seven police guards.
47 King The Priest celebratingthe
St. Augustine "There are many difficultiesfor locked during the day. He was Mass ignored them. Older Father Luis Gomez, who is Mrs. T lml argued that Is.raers -

ST. AUGUSTINE the fervent Catholics, but never able to enter a church men, wearing armbands, who in charge of the chapel, said present marriage laws
Bank they stand fast," was the impression except at Mass time on Sun. In with the
National seemed t 0 b e ushers, gently the vandalism was the workof are not keeping Washington

another foreigner had. days. but firmly restrained these "fanatic anti-religions elements times and often prevent people

Safety-Service VA 4-1687 "Many of those who were not The cathedral in Hanoi looks young men from moving up whose sole aim was to from living according to Jefferson

fervent, however, no longer go weather-worn from the out. through the church." profane since they did not their consciences. thus causing ROBERT KLOEPPELPresident
to church." side, but the interior seems to steal." personal tragedies. Minister
visitor who attended the be in good condition, especially The disturbers are believed Director
A In their first attempt the Wahrhaftig pointed out
E : SCHOOLSII 11 a.m. and 4 pm. Sunday around the high altar, he said. to have been organized by vandals tried unsuccessfullyto the bill would legalize mar-

Masses in Hanoi cathedral said The cathedral in Haiphong, :.communist officials who stay set the chapel on fire. The riage between Jews and non-

that the church "from city about 60 miles from .l .the background and disclaim ,. :
was one. port next day they returned, broke Jews, and' said that-was sufficient -
SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY third to one-half full." Most Hanoi, does not seem to be in responsibility, saying- into the tabernacle, scatteredthe reason to oppose it.

SAINT AU .USTIXJ FLORIDA Vietnamese Catholics attend good condition,' according' os"It''I a manifestation b'the Hosts on the floor and STI -

Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12 early morning :Masses. another traveler. people and we can't inter damaged sacred vessels.

Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited More than three-fourths of The scarcity of fats in north !ert".** The authorities were In- LOUIS W. PETERSONAgents
Music Art Dramatics Tennis Swimming Vietnam shows itself in the fer
of All Buddhist
the Catholic population pagodas seem
formed and seven guards were
For further particulars address: Sister Directress Berlloger Bros. I...
_ Hanoi are estimated to hate scarcity of candles, especiallyin to be closed most of the time, sent to protect the chapel. In MirV-Mlller Candle Ce.. I lie.

fled to the south in 1954, the Haiphong cathedral. according to the travelers. They spite of their presence the van- P.O. 41 OS rarrollten Station CHARCOAL V BROILISSTEAKS
Sacramental Win. Agency
OF THE HOLY NAMESResident when' the communists took Communists tried to disturb never saw a Buddhist monk in ,I daIs again succeeded in break New Orleans. Louisiana
rACADEMY Christmas midnight his distinctive If temple Toot" of JU.?*r St. Viaduct
over the city. garb. a ing into the chapeL In their PURE ALTAR WINES EL i.till
and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully Very few of the worshippershad Mats' in the cathedrals of is opened for foreigners to final attack last month they

accredited. Program Includes: college preparatory and general prayerbooks, this foreigner Hanoi and Haiphong, accord. sep, a man wearing ordinary (I destroyed the organ and confessional .

courses music art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy observed, but the congregation ing to the travelers.In lay clothes shows the visitors and burned altar -

Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard. Tampa. Florida. chanted prayers from memory.He Hanoi the cathedral doors around. linens. MSrfIRLJN6KELIAIILR: P HARMCY: :

noticed very young children were closed at 11:30: p.m. By The Protestant church in The desecration occurred be- -

reciting the prayers by heart. that time the church was full. Hanoi is "not functioning," as tween noon and 3 p.m. at a Dreg Co.metU rKESCKIl'TlO.N Cigar and Camera SERVICE Department

ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident Some foreigners attended the A crowd estimated at 5000 Including far as the travelers could i time; when Father Gomez was Fre Pickup and Delivery Luneheoi: and Soda Bar

and day school for girls, on shores' of beautiful 11 a.m. Mass. A Priest read some noisy elements, learn. ;absent from the chapeL 203S Blandlnt Blvd. KV 1011407n
Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited.' New D. Q. KASTEKLING. Owa.rMa.agerBROWN

SIsters buildings.of St.All Dominic.sports, music For catalog, art, dramatics.address: Registrar Directed, by Sunday Mass Schedule in the DioceseClip


( and save. This schedule contains the latest information from the parishes) MOTORS :
& Fender Work Baited Enamel
Body or Lacquer.,

JENSEN BEACH St. Bernard 8, 9:15, 10:30 Sacred Heart 10:30 St Mary 7. 9. 10:30 6:30. 8. 9:30. 11 Seat Covers and Convertible Tops .

Resident and day school for girls- grades one through eight. High School APOPKA Auditorium 10 Holy Name GULFFORT 8, 9:30. 11, 12:30 St John MAYFORT 1:30 Queen of Martyrs 7:30. I, 10:15 11:20 Pick Up and Delivery Service

Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swimming nAKEBSyiLLE IIAIVES CITY MELBOURNELady St. Martha
Good Counsel 8:30 Transfiguration I:30 of Lourdes 8. 9. 10, 11 41:1i, 8, 9, 10, 11:15. 12:15
pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art B\RTOW HIWTIIORNE MONT1CELLO School 8:15. 10:15 EX 8-7407

dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint St. Thomas 8:30, 10:30 St. Philip Neil 10:30 St. Margaret 12 SEMINOLE AREA
For further information apply to: Sister Directress. BAT FIVES HIGH SPRINGS NEW PORT RICHEY Blessed Sacrament
Joseph. (See SEMINOLE AREA) St. Madeleine Sophie Barat 8 ?, Queen of Peace 1:30. 9. 10:15 8, 9:15.: ; 1015.: 11:30 1244 Kings Ave. l
Saint Joseph Academy Jensen Beach. VA Center 6:15, 8:45 INDIAN ROCKS BEACH :NEW SM\RXA BEAdS
BEM.EVIEW St. Jerome 8. 10, 11:30 Sacred Heart 7. 9, 10. 11
St. Michael 1. 10:30 SOUTHSIDE -
St. Theresa INTERLACHEX St. Rita 10
St. Joseph 7. 8. 9:15, 10:30. 11:45 Blessed Trinity 7. 9:JO, 11:10 Edward 8
_ HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN 12th Av. Chapel e, 9:45 Lady of Fatima 1:30. 11:15CKSUS"U.LE ORANGE PARK ST. PETERSBURG _
BRAN DON J,\ St. Mary 9 Blessed Trinity 8, 9:30. 11
7 8:30, 10. 12 ORLANDO i I IFlorida's
ANTONIO Nativity 8. 9:15, 10:30 Assumption 11. Holy Family
Sisters BROOK8V1LLESt Blessed Trinity 7. 9. 11 Good Shepherd 6:45, 8, ':30, 11, 12:15
Conducted by the Benedictine Anthony 7. 10, 12 Christ the King 7, 8, 9:15, 10:30, 12 Immaculate Conception 9
Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through BUSSELL 7. 8:30 10, 11:15. 12:30 St. Andrew St. John 7. 8.: 9:30. 10:45. 12
and St. Stephen 10:30 Crucifixion 9:30 6:30. 8. 9:30. 11, 12:15 St. Joseph 7. 8. 9:30. 11
twelve Academic and commercial courses prh'ateclasses BCSHXELI Holy Rosary 8. 7. 8. 9:30. 11:30 4 St Charles St. Jude 7.8:15.9:30.11.12:30St

in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with St Lawrence. >:30 Immaculate Conception ':30, 7:30. 8-30. 9:30. 11. 12 Mary 6:15. 8. 3. 10. 11, 12St
CALLHAX 6:30, 8:30. 10. 11:00, 12:10 St James 6. 7, 8, 9. 10, 11. 12 Paul
private lake in a healthful location provides opportunity Our Lady of Consolation 9:30 Most Holy RedeemerNormandy St. John Vianney 6:30. 7:30. 9. 10:30. 11:45
for all sports.' CAMP SAX PEDRO School 8. 10 7. 8. 9. 10. 11:15. 12:30 St. Raphael 7, 830. 10. 11:30 Catholic Collegeof
J FULLY ACCREDITEDFor Howell Rd. S Our Lady of Angels t, 7. 9., 11 McCoy Air Base 8, 10. 12:30 Transfiguration
CAN OVA BEACH Paxon High :30 Orlando Air Base 7:30. 1. 10:15. 11:30
further Information address Holy Name 9. 11:15 Resurrection 7.30. 9:30. 12:30 TALLAHASSEE
SISTER REGISTRAR CHULUOTA Swisher Aud. '7:45. ::10:30. 12 ORMOND BEACh Blessed Sacrament
Sportsman's Club 'I:30 Sacred:Matthew Heart 8. 10. 11:15St .St. Brendan 730. 9. 10:30, 12 7. 9. 10:30. 11:30
ri.KARWATER PALATKA6t Student Center 10. 11:30
St Cecelia 6. 7. 8..9.SO. 11, 11:IS 7. 8-30. 9:30. 10:30. 11:30 .- Monica 7. 10:45 St Eugene 9:30
CI.ERMONT St Patrick I, 8, 10:30 r.MIY
Blessed Sacrament 8, 9:30, 11 St Paul 7. 8:30 10. 11. 12 St Joseph I, 10 TAMPA
Blessed Sacrament a:30, 11:30 DistinctionFor
COCOA BEACH St. Pius 7. 9. 11 .' PALMETTO
OUR LADY OF THE Christ the King
Our Saviour 7:30. I:U. 11 San Jose 7. 9:30. 12 Holy Cross 8, 9:30
COXWA < JACKSONVILLE BEACh PERRT 60,1:45. 1. 10:15. 11:30. 12:30
School Auditorium I:13 St Paul 7, 830. 10, 11:30 T Immaculate, Conception 8 Epiphany 6:30, a. 10, 11.30 I
Men and Women
St. John ,- 1 St. William 10 Sacred Heart Holy Name I. 10 Young ;
Most Holy Redeemer
CROSS CITY KI SIMMEE C:30. 8:30. 9:30, 10:30 12:30 ,
Air Force Base S Holy Redeemer 1:30, 9:30. 11 PLANT CITY 7. 8:30. 10. 11:15 12:30 I'
CRYSTAL RIVER KOROVA 'St. Clement 8. 9:15, .10:30 Chapel ,
Perpetual Help 7. 5. 1. 10, 11 f
St. Benedict 7,. 1:39, St. Mary 8:SO FORT ORANGE
Sacred Heart
DADE CITY LAKE CITY Epiphany 8. 10. 11:30 ,
St. RIta. 1:10. 8. 10. 11, Epiphany 7. 10 PORT TAMPA I. 7, 8, 9. 10. 11:30, 12:39 : WRITEDIRECTOR i
St. 10:15 11:30
Joseph 7. 8. 9. ,
A Catholic camp for boys and girls ages Ridge Manor 7:30 LAKELAND St Ignatius 8UCINCT St. Lawrence '- i
DAYTONA BEACH St Joseph 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12
_ 7 to 16. 200 acres, 37 buildings in the Our Lady of LourdesISOIIS,10IS,11 LAKE; JURY St. Thomas 8ROCKLEDGE 7. 8. '. 10. 11:15. 12:30
:lS.1Jll Nativity I, 10, 12LKE Hillsborough 9:30. 11:30 OF ADMISSIONS i
Blue Ridge Mountains. Large modern St. Paul 7. 8. 9. 10, 11. 12 WALKS St. Mary '7.30 9, 11:30 St. Patrick 643. 8:30. 10, 11:30 !
pool, 'mountain lake, with all camping DE BART Holy Spirit 7, 9, 11:30 Rt'SKIV St. Peter Claver 7. 9
':10 St. Ann 9 10:30 TARPON SPRINGS
r- activities guided by trained counselors. DELANO Sacred Heart 11:30 ST. AUGUSTINE St. Ignatius 7. 8. 10. 11:30

Ideal accommodations for visiting par St. Peter 6:30. 8. 10 LAND O* LAKES Cathedral TEMPLE TERRACE ;
DUNEDIN 6, 7:30. 9. 10:30 11:30
Lady of Rosary 8. 10 Corpus Christl 7, 9. 11
ents. Camp provides pick-up service to Our Lady of Lourdes LARGO St. Agnes 8 TITUSVILLE
from nearest rail air bus lera DaI. 7. 8:30.10 11:30 St. Patrick 1:30. 9. 10:30, 12 ,St. Benedict :30.. 9 St. Teresa. 7:30. 9. 11:30UNION SAINT LEO FLA.
A camp for youngsters to grow...spuil- Ascension 8, 10, 11:11 LEES flU KG St. Thomas 9:30. 11 Dean Rd School PARK 8:45 .,
St Paul 7:30. I, 10:30. 11:30 .
Bally, healthfully. For literature, write: St. Ambrose T, 10:30- LIM. OAK. Sacred Heart -6:20. 1:30 VENICE
ENCLEWOOD St. Franci Xavier 1:JO 0T. LEO Epiphany ''f:10. 9, 10:10 Presently offering first two years
St Raphael 9EUSTIS LOKLTTO 'Abbey Cli1iieb1:20., 9:30 WINTER GARDEN I
S. 10 .'. .8AMCTY HARBOR City Auditorium 10
St Joseph t
Father Charles"Mclaughlin St. Mary 7:10. 9. 11 MACCLENNT 'Espirit? Santo WINTER HAVEN Affiliated. with the GitheKc University of America
= I
FERXANDIXA BEACH St-Mary 12 Public"School A"nd.- 9 St Joseph 7:30. 9. 11
- OUR LADY or THE HILLS CAMP St. Michael 7:30.11:20GAINESVILLE MADISON ; )1 SAN ANTONIO WINTER PARK Ord.r of Saint Bti:edict of Florida .
St VIncent 10MA1TU St. Anthopy 7:30. 1:30 Et; Margaret Mary I
HENDERSONVILtE, NOBTH CAROLINA St Patrick 6. 7:30.1. 10:30. 12 D : 6 stxroRD'AH 6. 7:30. 9. 10:11. 11:11, 12:11
--H Catholic Student Center St. Mary Magdalen Souls :15. 1:10, 10..11SO'= Z EVEYRRILLI 'I ;
9:20. 11 1. 8:30, 10, 11, 12 t Naval Air Station ,. 10:3012. Et Joseph t, 10 j

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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 1, 1963

Father John A. O'Brien Florida Reports I Try This Kitchen Treat I II Growth in Faith Gives

I Nyasaland Hope for FutureZOMBA

i Life's Turning Point FoundIn St. LeoFour MaitlandST. YIIJI I Nyasaland (NC-The future of the Churchin

I Inquiry Class Lessons lecturers will contribute MARY BIAGDALEN F newly self-governing Nyasaland seems secure but

to a Lenten series planned Father Hubert J. Reason an- there may be some controversy over Catholic education.This .

jointly by the department of southern African nation's -
nounces plans for Forty Hours
you ever invited a non-Catholic friend to an in- "You may rest well assured
HAVE religion and the student council Devotion in the parish, March III' first prime minister
class Mass service? If not welcomes the
religious that com
or you are nobody
of the St. Leo Dr.
PreparatoryHigh 1012.A _ United States-educated
failing to effective means of kindling interest in the : ing of this first election day
use -
( ) School, Father Bon ace weekend sale of fertilizer, -. Hastings Banda, praised the

Faith. Father Alvin Burggraff C.S.P., Meyer O.S.B. reports. March 2-3, will take place at __ __ z_- $, -' work of missionaries when he with more satisfaction than
"The layman who is not announced that he was aboutto The lectures will be held in the school grounds, sponsoredby and his cabinet were sworn in your own Bishops and Priests.It .

apostolic," said Bishop John T. start an inquiry class, and the St. Leo library at 7:15: p.m. men of the Holy Name So here last month.In is a great step toward self-
and -
Russell of Richmond, "is only anyone interested was free to and are open to all students ciety. Orders ($3.25 per hundred his first speech as pre- government" independence.

half a Catholic." Pope Pius attend without committing and others interested. pounds) may be telephoned to mier, he thanked missionersfor .

XI warned .7- himself in advance. Guest speakers are: Maurice Larue, Midway +3244.or the good they have done Nyasaland; a country about

against Inactivity g. ',",..'' This was the opportunity I March 1, Phillips D. O'Con- Richard Krauss, Midway. the country and asked them the size of New York state, hasa

: "To do "yr '/: had long been looking for. I nell, of O'Connell and Cooper, 7-4261. not to think of him and his population of 2.9 million, of

nothing is a y, N told my wife I would attend. \Vest Palm Beach. A graduateof The parish Altar Society will cabinet as un-Christian, noting whom less than 10,000 are Eu.

sin of omisfA.J She graciously offered to go the University of Florida, he have a white elephant sale at that nearly all the cabinet mis- ropeans. It has about 500,000
sion that can has served as a municipal judgeof the Super Value Store in Alta- isters had been educated in Protestants, more than 200,000
with me, but I told her that
be very seri \Vest Palm Beach as an as- monte Springs, April 5-6. mission schools.He Moslems and some 1.6 million
this was something I would do
ous." Because sistant and is now state attorney remarked that he was pagans.
few Catholics alone. for the 15th Judicial Ormond Beach ', very happy to see churchmen Catholics number 487,088-

make any ef. Attendance at that class Circuit. ST. BRENDAN .* Try this idea next time you ing pan with melted butter. among those at the swearing- compared with 294,000 a decade

fort to share was the turning point in my March 8, Dr. James J. Cavanaugh Father Neil A. Sager plansa serve frozen fillets: Form thawed fillets into turban in ceremony and added: ago-and there are also 99,100

their Faith, not one in 200 life. U.S.N., staff psychi- novena at the parish in honorof T.rb.. FllUt shape, stuff with spinach and "We are not against the catechumens taking instructionin
has a convert to his credit. In a kind and friendly way atrist at the United States Our Lady of the Miraculous 1 pke Gorton's Fresh-Lock place in pan. (Fillets may be church, but we must insist on the Faith prior to Baptism.

This its illustrated in the con. the Priest explained the Naval Hospital, Jacksonville, MedaL Sermons will be given, Fillet of Sole skewed together with tooth- separation of church and state, These comprise close to a fifth
version of Robert V. Shafer of foundation of the Catholic Fordham Uni- 2 Tb* butter or margarine control of education by of the nation's people. Catholicsare
is a graduate of March 17-25, by Father Fergu's 1, 1 pkg. frozen spinach pick). Brush fillets with butter. and on
Portland, Oregon, who relateshis Church by Christ, who author versity, New York Medical A. Burke, a Vincentian Priest. .1-1oi oz. can condensed creamof Place in hot oven 375 for 15 the state. We are not in the governed through an arch
life story: ized it to teach all nations and the mushroom soup Middle diocese and four dioceses, one
did at
College, and training Members of the 'Vomen'sClub % milk minutes. Remove. Blend mush- Ages now.
I was reared as a Presbyterian -promised to be with it till the Naval hospitals of Newportand will hear a physician 1 cup 4 oz. can mushroom caps room soup, milk over low heat. The Church was representedat of which is headed by a Nyasa-

but I left home at 18 and end of time. Bethesda. He will speakon speak on Monday, March 4, at }i tsp.'! tarragonsalt to taste Top each fillet with mushroomcap the ceremony by the acting land-born Bishop. There are

stopped attending any church. He explained the Catholic psychological problems and 8 pm. The subject will be "The Thaw and fillets.pepper Prepare frozen and pour hot mushroomsauce chairman of the Nyasaland more than 200 missionary-
But when I was in trouble I Faith and brought out the science conference Bishop Priests working here.
this area of as a career. sufferings of Christ during spinach according to package over all. Sprinkle tar- episcopal
prayed. I married a Catholic four marks of the Church- March 15, Charles L. Cowl, a Holy Week from the point of directions. Brush bottom bak-- ragon. Joseph Fady W.F., of Lilongwe, Among the major factors responsible -
girl during \Vor'ldVar II[ and unity, holiness, catholicity and legislative representative 0 f view of a doctor." and Father Roger Saffroy W.F., for Catholic growthin

at the time took premarital in. apostolicity-which show it to District :36-0 AFL-CIO, United Alumni in the area from the Joe Williams national chaplain of the 1 a y recent years are the trainIng -

structions. I was surprisedthat be the true Church of Christ. Steelworkers of America and University of Dayton will at- apostolate movement. of a large number of native

no one Invited me to,join The Catholic Church alone has been on the staff of the tend Sunday Mass at 9 a.m. Nyasaland's hierarchy sent catechists, the Church's many

the Church. possesses the unity which CIO Steelworkers since the Afterwards, they will be served Soaring Records Show Help I the following: message to the works of charity-such as the

t As our children were born, Jesus said was to charac- 1930s. breakfast in the social hall. new government: foundation of hospitals-and

they were baptized and raised terize Ills Church: March 29, Father Henry J. Modern Gives "Nyasaland's Bishops rejoiceon efforts in the field of education.
Catholic. "There shall be-one fold and Miron, president of Santa. Fe Jacksonville Equipment this historic day, send warm Today Catholic schools have a

But still no one invited me one shepherd" (John 10,16)). High School, Lakeland, studiedat wishes to the Prime Ministerand total enrollment of 111,530.
to look into the Catholic "I pray that all may be St. Charles Borromeo Seminary Beach WILL the real champion stand up? If track and field his cabinet, and implore Native vocations are being

faith. one, even as thou, Father, in Philadelphia, Catholic ST. PAUL and a few other sports made this obligatory, God's blessing on the govern vigorously encouraged and to

Nearly all of my adult life me and I in thee; that they University of America, and Friends of St. Paul parish in skilled artisans would be taking bows instead of trium- ment and nation." date about GO Nyasaland natives -

has been lived without God. I also may be one in us, that the Florida State University. Jacksonville Beach are invitedto phant silverware hoarders. Two years ago, prior to elections have been ordained.

world may believe that thou the 19 card vault. Until '58 when becamea which marked a first step Full independence for Nyasa
; became a heavy drinker and for God patronize April Take the pole fiberglas
hast sent me" (John 17, 21)). Choice toward self.government, the land is scheduled for late this
benefit. It will be
the should
squandered money I party an popular substitute for bamboo and metala
Upon finishing the class, I World in Bishops issued a joint pastoral. year or early 1964, when it will
have used to support my Teaches event at 8 p.m St. Paul'scafetorium 15-foot vault was a mark of distinction.Now .
was received into Christ's true letter declaring: take the name of MalawL
family. In 1961 my wife and I under the spon- it's The
commonplace. pole
Church and made First
were separated, apd I was livIng my Patriarch Says sorship of the parish Guild. -
Holy Communion. I had a vault has become a joke even to the instant -
alone in a room in a cheap
hotel.In. sense of relief and well-being, L1SBOX (XC)-"To opt for champions it has spawned. And now

the room was a Gideon a feeling of complete goodness God is to give the world an Santa Fe'sMusician they want to give it up. At the recent 7 Savings deposited by the tenth of the month earn interest
which comes from close union insight, the CardinalPatriarchof meet John Uelses "
2 Bible and I started to read it. I Philadelphia Inquirer from the first of the month I Ii
drew strength from what I with God. Lisbon told planners for a first to clear 16 feet with fiberglas, told

read and stopped drinking. My 13-year-old son, an altar national meeting of Catholic Don Bragg: "The thing has become ridi-

After a while my wife and boy, and I were confirmed at youth here. To culous. It ought to be outlawed." Dave
the same time and that too Manuel Cardinal Goncalves Compete
children took me back on a the heads of Tork and Don :Meyers, two other 16footers -
Cerejeira spoke to
was a happy day for all of us.
trial basis.I Since being received into Portugal's Catholic youth organizations L.-\KEIJ.-\XIJ-Ouy: DeBrockof nodded agreement. So far eight have repeatedly bet

wanted to become a Catho- the Church, I face the future who are planninga this city has been selectedto tered 16 feet, topped by Peniti Nikula of Finland, with 16 i FOUR PER CENT

lic but no one invited me to meeting for April 2122. It appear as contestant in the feet 81 inches.
without fear.
ball today is a passing game. per annum guaranteed interest paid on Certificate
while first annual Dimitri
do One I
so. morning Mitropoulos -
will include the Stations of the "
"He's the to watch
I haven't taken a drink in one In Friedman's day it wasn't.
was at Mass with my wife, 14 months, and I >have re-won Cross through Lisbon's streets.A International Music Com Bragg advised. "He's a gymnast of Deposit savings of 12 months or longer, with interest i.
petition.Mr. : Actually, the ball itself, in
the respect and love of my preparatory pilgrimageto and fiberglas is made to order .
Fatima 60 miles ". De rock, a native of, ? point of size and design, was remitted. you quarterly by check.
some for them. .
family. My wife and I never ".
Moving of'tl e inimical to passing. More like !
Belgium, is director
for ,
north of here is planned
have an argument, and we are Literally, it's made to order
a melon, than the light, stream-
Well gladly forwardThe FloridaCathollc' Santa Fe Singers of Santa Fe
happier than ever before. April 7 to t?. for anybody. Manufacturers THREE AND ONE-HALF
to your new addre* High School, Lakeland. This lined modern model, easily car-
Lrf hare both the old and the Why did I wait so long? Be- The Cardinal recalled his turn the controversial sticks
ried in hand.
has made several appearances one PER CENT annum interest paid on all regular
of the group
ntvr one (with the nmri joy at hearing Young Catholic per
cause no Catholic ever invitedme. out in varying weights-for
parishes respectively. If poitlble.) in Lakeland, and Rule changes must also be
Action leaders at a Fatima pilgrimage ISO-pounders, 175, 260, etc. Re- savings, with interest compounded quarterly!
last September cry Tampa. They have recently considered in attempting to
siliency is adjusted according-
station WEDUTV. evaluate in dif.
out: "The young opt for God. appeared on ly. performances

'Those who do not opt for ferent eras.
Patio Mart Inc.
.... __, Him become the battlefield of Father Henry J. Miron is "But the boys have already Today it is permissible to -1M
\ .. ,'W ', ;.\ "."'. Formerly Reads Patio )Mart blind forces, without intelligence president of Santa Fe H i g h found a way to outdo the facpass from anywhere back of :
\ I \ \ I Riksha Inn tories," laughed Bragg, known COMME
\ 17-92
Ik1 Hy. Opp. without hope and with School. the scrimmage line. In Fried. pIAL
FERN PARK Ph. 838-2018 out love," the Cardinal said. The 1963 competition for con as 'Tarzan' because he trained man's time the passer had to BAN kWpak

CENTRAL FLORIDA'S LARGEST SELECTIONOF "This choice of the young is ductors of symphony orchestras -by swinging from tree to tree be five yards back before

CASUAL FURNITURE not a flight from reality," he will be held in New York at his Jersey home. throwing. So, what price com- 750 SOUTH ORLANDO AVENUI

Outstanding Selection of Concrete Items Induding added, "but an intelligent adherence City from March 19 to April 7. "For example, Tork, who parisons? MEMBER f. D. I. C.

Religious Figure and Oriental l Designs to One Who is infinitely The competition is open to weighs 160, uses a fiber tested I believe the fiberglasfor

superior to anything in this conductors from the world, 145. This gives him greater booster ought to be banned.

world although He is always ranging from 20 through 35 thrust at the point of release. At the, very least the ques- .

MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN present in it." years of age. The sessions will Same goes for the others." tionable .validity of such per-

be held at Carnegie Hall in This points up the deception formances perhaps should be
COMPLETE DINNERS TO GO Theology Dean Dies four stages: ear-testing; preliminaries of comparative recordswhich, marked with asterisks. Fordin -I

Individual,Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00 WASHINGTON' (XC) -F a- ; semi-finals, and finals. this case would proclaim Frick, commissioner of base-

Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95 ther Edward G. Fitzgerald O.P., The Symphony of the Air or- Uelses, Morris, Tor k, et al, ball, must have a lot of them %VAx- .
retired dean of the school of chestra will serve as the official clearly superior to Warmerleft from noting comparativedam
Fish Dinner $1.00 I sacred theology at the Catholic orchestra for the compe- Richards and others who records caused by increased

E Ft iUf* Shrimp Dinner $1.15 University of America, died on tition. stuck to (or were stuck with) big league playing schedules. I

NOW 4 LOCATIONS TO' SEK\ VOLT February 16, in Providence Required works in the repertoire conventional equipment.
Counselors I for
Hwy. 17.92 Fern Park TE-JW314 Hospital here at age 87. The for the competition will Actually, these fiberglas Spain
2740 S. Orange Bl. Tn, Orlando ell 1.1::% Dominican Priest served as be selections by Mozart, astronauts may be, and prob- MADRID (XC) -Auxiliaryably

Silver Star & Pine Hills Rd. CV 3-0202 theology dean at the universityfrom Strauss, Bach, Beethoven, Han are, inferior. BIShop Laureano Castan La-

Edgewater & Lee Rd. 293-9839 1939 to 1941. del, Haydn, DeBussy, Bartok, Much the same problem is coma of Tarragona has been

Copland, Hindemith, and Stra encountered in other sports. appointed to the newly created

vinsky. There is no way to tell how post of episcopal counselor to

The first three prize winners many home runs old guard SPain's Catholic social move-

SECURITY FEDERAL l \ will receive appointments as muscle men such as Hans Wagments by the Spanish Metro- -.4,

I SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .1ffi[ P. assistant conductors to Leonard ner, Sam Crawford and Larry politans-the country's Cardi-
: :_ Bernstein of the New York nab and Archbishops. They
WE ARE NOT THE LARGEST, BUT J1\\\ Lajoie would have hit swing- i1Grow .
Philharmonic for the 1963-64 the also named BIshop Castan La-
: v---- WE TRY TO BE THE FRIENDLIEST. ing against present-day
season. Each of the three will rabbit coma second vice counselor of

I 4'1'- c.f0 per current annum dividend .t1ILLiLL. ::. also receive the MitropoulosGold The sand wedge, steel shaft sPain's Catholic Action duringand this HiiPF miniature

''Ti I compounded quarterly Medal Award and a cash juiced-up ball have incon- their recent meeting here.

919 West Fairbanks Ave. 511 1-UOO-Wlnter Park prize of $5000.KofC testably reduced golf scores. Florida orange tree

Form Comparative football records Herman J. Heidrichare in home !
to also treacherous. Is Y.A. your
& Sons
Tittle a more gifted passer
Daytona .
Or wcr and Shipper.
than, say, Benny Friedman, Of :r ncjFrvlt' : cad Vegetable The Calamondin Orange a genuine, miniatura
real DAYTONA BE.\CII-A meet- also a one-time Giants' QB? ,
fruit-bearing citrus tree!
Ing of interested Catholic men Maybe, yes, maybe no. Foot-

will take place here at the Imagine! A tiny dwarf-sized orange tree starts

Lourdes Room of Our Lady of approximately 1 foot giving the fragrance of
Lourdes parish on Sunday, "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" tf orange blossoms to your living room, family roomor

March 3, for the purpose of or- COLLEGE PARK kitchen an ornamental as well as practical
ganizing a council of the addition to your home and a conversation piece
Knights of Columbus.The FLORISTFLOWERS jargeat Prescription that will fascinate your guests!
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Joyce, dep-
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The Florida Catholic Friday March'1,1963 Page Mae
Vatican'will be Subject Of ;::7 i :

s rq .. Pope Recalls Own ORLANDOATTARD

HourTV ProgramScheduled Seminary Days '

NEW: YORK (NC-An insider's view of the Vatican will be presented on television On Annual Visit

Easter Sunday, April 14, by the American Broadcasting Company. Titled "The Vat q VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope REAL ESTATEREAITOR.BUILDER

ice i ," the one-hour documentary will be telecast from 6:30: to 7:30 p.m., EST. John XXIII has traveled across

I ine program will present a Rome to make his yearly visitto complete real estate ftervlce
lean City, as well as its famous On the lighter side, Swiss Roman
typical day at the Vatican, in- the Major Seminarynear 3013 EDGEWATER DRIVE
color and pageantry, will be Guards are shown relaxing
cluding some scenes never before ; the Basilica of St. John ORLANDOGA

presented on television.The shown. with a game of cards before "TIt Lateran where he once studied.As 4-2788 311\ 7-63M
will donning their colorful 15th century I L'
Viewers visit the studios
work-a-day reality of Vat- usual, he went on the
of Vatican Radio where news uniforms and armor to -'N..I.. '

is broadcast in 32 languages, greet a visiting head of .state,, It '. I'S :.-j Feast of Our Lady of Trust,

and the offices of L'Osservatore and the usually Impeccable -- February 23. BILL BARDOEFORD

ORLANDOGary's Romano, the Vatican City SIstine choir boys are. caught A picture of the Blessed FACTORY DEALER

newspaper. They will view the in an off-key moment during a Mother that hangs in the sem-
rehearsal. "' inary Is. known by that title. SAVE ON YOUR
Duck Inn inside of the Vatican post office h1 'flI
: The Pope keeps a reproductionof NEW CAR DEAL
where a letter from the Church history comes alive
r GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE United States arrives with in a visit to the Vatican treasury it on the desk in his private Ph. 650-3333

FINEST SEAFOOD AND three cents postage due. where viewers are shown apartment. W. Hwy. 50

ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE The program also features the richly ornamented vestments Pope John left the Vatican Winter Garden

Phone GA 4-4531 a message from Pope John and Mass implementsused shortly before 8 a.m. He cele- I.
3974 So. Or. Bl. Trail by Popes and Cardinals Member'
XXIII and shows him on one brated Mass In the seminary! St. Charles
down through the
of his visits outside the Vat* chapel and then addressed the Parish
The keeper of the treasury
ican. exhorting them to remember -
Children'sClothes will relate how Napoleon stole students
A high point of the programis everything during the reign the example of St. Vin
a scene in which the more
Line of Pope Pius VI, including the cent PallottI, who was canonized GATEWAY
than 2000 Fathers of the Second
magnificent collection of papal r who
Finest In Clothing Vatican Council mingle with ___ ____._...m_ on January 20 and
tiaras and miters. H e the i
For Girls & Boys pilgrims in St. Peter's squareto points to a cardboard tiara ALL SAINTS AUXILIARY SETS DEANERY PLANS was for 13 years the spiritual ELECTRONICSRCA

1101% Edrewater Dr. OA 4-7718 recite the Angelus with Pope administrator of All Saints Home for the Aged joined membersof director of the seminary.He .
Pope Pius VII' was forced tc Sister Ursula, Zenith Dumont
John. wear as a result of the theft the board of the home's Auxiliary at a planning meeting at which Mrs. Clarence J. urged them to follow the

FRANK A. DELUCA The program also the will show when he gave his first blessIng Williams (left) told of the program for the St. Augustine Deanery DCCVV meetingthis Saint's love of purity, his devotion COLOR HI-FI TV

ALTERATIONS: ADDITIONS seminarians College in the at Vatican Ethiopian chant, to crowds in St. Peter's spring. Women of the area will gather in Jacksonville on March 13 for the meet- to the Blessed Mother SALES & SERVICE

REPAIRS-FREE ESTIMATES ing the Office in their own Square. ing. Assisting with arrangements are, from left also, Mrs. David E. Morton, Mrs. and his zeal.Before 910 ORLANDO AYE.

LJceoitd ft Bonded Builder language to the rhythmic accompaniment Napoleon later presentee Clem Dowling, Mrs. Robert McGill, Mrs. Ivan Korsan and Mrs. M. J. Olivier. Open leaving the seminary

PHONE GA 21593IttS of a drum and a, Pope Pius VII with a tiara dec house will be held at All Saints Home, above, after the deanery meeting. grounds at 10 a.m. he chatted WINTER PARK
UK. TTeldona Dr.-OrUnda orated with many fine jewels"jewels Midway 7.0489
dancing drummer. with, several of the students.
which he already had

carried away from the Vatican Sudan Persecutions Compared To

"THE RAMBLES"A ," the keeper of the treat Jersey Jug Dairy

COMFORTABLE ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS There are also visits to the Early Arab Violence by MissionaryCINCINNATI .j)' BUY TUB BEST FOR LESS

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for a baptism. of "the Arab conquerors in the early days of Islam," a Catholic missionary leader has

Father Thomas Stransk '----
said .
SAVE TIME BUMBY'S WILL HAVE IT C.S.P., an American Priest, explains nere.Father "We hope that hidden political ence and slow down their
the function of the secretariat Anthony reasons and interests may machinery o f compulsory A. LOMBARD -

: BUMBY HARDWARETWO for Christian Unity, F.S.C.J., United States provin- not prevent the free world conversion of the populationto WHOLESALE RETAIL
cial of the Verona Fathers who the
which Is headed by Augustli from finding the just way to Islam, missionary
CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Cardinal Bea S.J. served 18 years in the Sudan, defend the human rights 0 f leader declared. : LIVE LOBSTERS CRABMEAT

102 W. Church St, Orlando 108 Park Ave., Winter ParkTHOMSON the said the Sudanese Arabs are the southern Sudanese people. father Todesco said that two OYSTERS & CLAMS IN SHELL
Although filmed in following "the historical pathof They deserve our help and our German tourists visiting southern SHRIMP RED SNAPPER
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Islamisation. This will in- "
has not decided whethe "the support, he continued.He Sudan recently comparedit SERVING WINTER PARK __
clude compelled conversion
out that Christianity to East Berlin"soldiers,
& McKINNONIN "The Vatican" will be telecast of the vast majority of the and
appears to the Arab policemen and spies all over.
in color, because of technical population to Islam," he pre- FRESH ORLANDO AREAS
Moslems of northern Sudan as A-spy, Father Todesco said Is
ORLANDO SINCE 1924 difficulties. dicted. TeL (U44782
"the only rival to Islam in the paid 20 pounds a month, equalto FISH
Member New York Stock Exchangeand Father Todesco, former Su- south." about $60-"payment superior ALWAYS! 1152 HARMON AVE. Behind Roper's

perior General of the mission 'This is the main motive of to that of any ordinary
other principal exchanges Gift Given society, spoke to a banquet the laws! issued restricting clerk.
here last week.
CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2.7183 group that Church liberty and missionary
Father Todesco warned activities, and prohibiting You'll Enjoy Doing Business With -
MemoryOf "unless a solution to the south-
Christian education in the
Sudan is found Priest ExpelledROME .) < !
ern question '
schools. This is the principal I'd L'N.'j"O FEDERAL
SWIMMIN POOLSales -- now, Christianity cannot sur- reason why the missionaries (NC-The 93rd.Catholic ; .
Martyr vive there." He recalled th at missioner to be expelled l in
&: Service may not enter the'Sudan why THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
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SYDNEY, Australia (XC)-J Christianity was finally destroyed -country and persecuted in anyway Moslem-dominated governmentof Drive-In Teller Night DepositorySaveByMail

Model at 4121 Edgewater Drive gift was presented here to the in the Sudan'by Arab ," he said. the Sudan has arrived here
Duke of Norfolk from Moslems." Service School Savings
Glazed Marble Finish visiting L the last Saturday.
This is the reason why
RUDY SHODIS GA 3-7678 CY 3.2101 the Catholics of Norfolk Island,, "Will Christianity likewise missionaries are forbidden toassist'th'e Father GI a c o m o Xlllo Customer Parking Lots Home Loansfnvesfment
completing an exchange between -. succumb in the south (Sudan) FS.C.J.R. 'of the.Sons of the Sacred -
food to the
Great Britain and th in the 20th century?" he asked. sick give Heart-commonly knownas Travelers Checks Accounts

Why not live Monterey Meadow\ Brook Acres? island 900 miles east of here. "The Christian Church of hungry, help the poor, bless the Verona Fathers was
We hare a home designed for your family Norfolk Island, now mainly the Sudan demands that the the dying, and bury the of expelled after 16 years In the SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND

Catholic world not stand "These social works Sudan. He was mission proc- 1 Per Annum
a tourist resort, was a the advantage
to -
:DEMETREE BUILDERS silent witness to this tragic mercy would go urator of the vicariate apostolic -
prison In Australia's early drama." of Christian infiu- of Juba. $10,000 COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY

5307 East Colonial Drive CB 7-1922 colonial days. Some of Aus The Sudan government has

ORANGE COUNTY tralia's vict" Priests pioneer spent Irish time"con Holy Season of Lent LedBy expelled missionaries more than In 120 the Christian past- (? !z' .

there. 93 Catholic
four months, Including '
1w1 I BERG VAULT Co Descendants of the "Bounty: Pope's Radio Sermon Priests Sisters and Brothers f

mutineers came there whet in its campaign against .
Pitcairn Island became to) Christian missionaries.
REINFORCED CONCRETE VATICAN CITY (NC-Lent began this year with a

BURIAL VAULTSWHEN small for all of them. live papal radio address for the first time. The Bishop of *MHI W.s,..HIUS....l.>lUNCH w D>.$..I Mk MA4MQUA.A.ln v Ng..,.ftau AT Uvw* T M I,MI COLONUL..CdWU ItAMCMIM b*..
In recent the Island' ;
years BLAKE
Radio JIM
Vatican on
: Rome delivered his Lenten message over
100 Catholics were given a resident :
ONLY THE FINEST IS GOOD ENOUGH Priest from the Sydne;r Ash Wednesday at eighto'clock. where In ancient times on certain OFFICE SUPPLYFURNITURE I rgo stuart KV>
oeSureREQUEST IT archdiocese. The parish wa!5 days the clergy and people -

AL MUSZYNSKI JR.,' Owner- Member St. James placed under the patronage c:f Pope John XXIII spoke on of Rome went in procession OFFICE SUPPLIESMI
Blessed Philip Howard, an ancestor ,- penance and prayer and their to assist at a :Mass celebrated
of the Duke of Norfol c application to the needs of the by their Bishop or his 658 ORANGE AVE, W.P.

and one of the 40 Martyrs c f Church, particularly in respectto representative.The .
England and Wales whos the ecumenical council now
stational churches are
canonization cause now still mentioned in the Roman WALTER
examined in Rome. Earlier at 5:00: p.m., the Pope Missal. Clothier To MenThe

CHURCH SUPPLIES In honor of Blessed Philip continued his custom of startIng Finest In Men's Wear
Lent by visiting the sta- Pope John visited St. Sablna'sin ;
the Duke of Norfolk sent the 200 N. ORANGE AYE
tional church of St. Sabina. 1960 and 1961. In 1962 he
(Formerly Lehnen's Catholic Book Store] islanders a portrait of the "Station" comes from a Latin took part in a procession from Across From St. James

martyr. word meaning assembly.. Roman St. Alexius' church to St. Sa
A Complete Line of Church The people of Arundel Eng'_ stations are churches bina's. This year the Pope I 1L

land, where Blessed Phili] spoke a t the stational ceremonies 14k. Religious Items .
Supplies and Religious ItemsDue lived, sent a relic. but did not take pan' Sterling Rosaries

The islanders have now returned DCCVV Area in,the procession.The Next to Publix

to recent illness I Mr. Lehnen has closedhis the compliment. Th; Pope's message came 2300 Edgewater Drive ENGiNEERS-ARCHITECTS

Ave. Winter communion plate which the,;[ MeetingGallie. Set in addition to the beginningof GRAY'S JEWELRYOFFICE SURVEYORSA
Book Store at 652
Orange gave to the Duke of Norfol)] Vatican Radio's regular new high type 2" loose leaf ring binder of the fafett

Park.In will be transmitted by him t and newest equipment and supplies. by the famous firm
the Arundel parishioners. Eau series: of weekly Lenten SUPPLIES of Kueffel and Esser.

behalf of Mr. Mr. Schoonover will broadcasts. FINK WELTING, of brochures
(Contused from Par One) EQUIPMENT More than 400 'pages on drafting reproduction

represent the Lehnen Church Supply and ''members to Sanford last This year's series began orAsh PAPERS ALL ARTISTS-OFFICK SUI'PLIESCAILEFULLY'SELECTED and graphic charting media; base materials;

FAIRVIEW month. Mrs. Joseph Schoebertwas Wednesday with a talk bj GIFTS drawing instruments; drafting machines and Uttering

Religious Item business in the Central Floridaarea. Cleaners & Laundry present, in her capacity as Bishop Cesario D'Amato, O.S.B., SCHOOL GREETING SUPPLIES CARDS .. equipment, etc.

Mr. Schoonover will I make personalcalls. diocesan president.Mrs. Abbot-Ordinary of St. Pautt Sorry w*.must restrict this offer to professional office aDd
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Complete Pest Control Emphasis was placed dur- Bishop each week. The seriesIs Winter Park, Florida

LEHNEN'S CHURCH SUPPLIESP.O. LEWIS-COBBEXTERMINATING ing reports' on the work that to conclude with daily sermons Dave Sims Owner

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kaktL children who do not come to Cardinals of the Church's i f ; DIVIDEND
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to catechism classes sponsored Ildebrando Cardinal An,. inter Park Federal

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Page! Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 1, 1963
To .1
Pope Urges Newsmen

Follow-Up Aims to Complete 5 Stress Positive Elements I

Goal for New Mercy Hosoital (Continued from rat 0..) Pope John reminded Journ-

t: that a positive exposition for alists that the time must

(Continued from Fax One) menting that 108 workers enlightened and honest peopleis come to every man when he

admission of Mercy's first other than those present are ii'tia,.. the most persuasive appealto must leave this earth and

patient. also actively engaged in seek- 7' the exhortation that the give an account of lib ac

Theme for the follow-up ing campaign pledges. pen must not become an instru- tions.

phase in the campaign has been Outstanding work of other E ment of lies, of systematic When that time comes, he

set as 'Well Worth Two Mil- volunteers was brought out in alienation of brothers or the said, "may each one of you be

lion," Mr. Cilento said, in cornOrange- the remarks of ,Mr. O'Brien.A 4.4 a'r 't corruption of morals." able to say: I did not dig fur

report meeting has been rrt He then commented on the rows of division and diffidence.I .

Port set for March 6 at 7:30 p.m. at second part of the biblical did not afflict immortal souls

Mercy Medical Center office in 4 a.a w .- text-"Kings have glory in with suspicion or with fear. I

Fund Drive the Florida National Bank what they fashion"-and said was frank, loyal, trustful. I

building. 4e that this means: looked with fraternal sympathy -

Slightly over half a million ti h" ( "He who is invested with into the eyes even of

Tops Goal dollars remains to be pledgedto authority must strive to 'under those who did not share my

attain the goal. The Arch .+ia stand what it is that God asks ideals.
bishop encouraged the men s of him and to make the divine
pledges in of the w"a Wales Be
excess $75,000, Lake to
of Mercy to finish the job will the standard of his
people of the Church of the ,
which has been so well begun. thoughts and actions."
Epiphany in Port Orange have a; d dg Hosts for Deanery
The more the workers receive Ho briefly Interpreted for
assured themselves of a new
it was stated, the more the journalists the meaningsof (Continued from ragOne)
church. The appeal exceededthe
hospital beds it will be possible "human life, Christian Mrs. W. E. Humphrey of Dun-
minimum quota of $50,000, .
it was announced by Father to place In the service Mgr 9'.Fj.k R .. ; A.t life, social life and the apos. edin, nominating chairman;

of the growing Orlando com FJ F\ tolate.H Mrs. Joseph Yavornik, judge of
David Page, honorary chairmanof
the campaign.The munity. "Almost always the way to elections; Mrs. Charles Bird

success culminated a Already the hospital and ,' r- the triumph of truth and wis- and Mrs. Robert Hippe, tellers;

five-week that the men and women of Mercy dom Is prepared by knowinghow and Mrs. A. B. Tierney, con
campaign saw taw
behind It-holds the warm per- t i to wait and by disciplining ductor of elections.
80 men of the parish serve on
various committees to raise sonal support of large num- ., c ta oneself in refraining from Because of the great numberof

bers of persons in the community spreading sensational news. affiliations this year the
funds for the new church and .. ,
social halL Pledged are fundsin as a result of great, devotion 4 9 0 F "During my 30 years in the affiliation presidents will not

two and.a: half-year commit- great generosity, personal 1 r\' t u'S service of the Holy See, in the give one-minute highlights of
identification with the cause. East and in Paris, it happenedthat their club's activities.
ments which are payable week.
In the heights that remainto I came into contact with Instead each president is
ly, monthly or yearly. It is anticipated
that the new building be scaled, the Archbishop -., .IBA.: ,,-. S --people of all tendencies, I con- asked to send the affiliation's
counseled leaders and volun- fess that sometimes my heart highlight to the deanery his-
will be ready for use in early IN DUNEDIN PARISH SCHOOL CHLDREN'S LIBRARY
teers to keep their unwavering beat quickly with the desire to torian, Mrs. Edward J. Wiles,
fall, 1963.Father. Father William W. DuBois, pastor of Our Lady of vey team visiting the diocesan schools. The librarian,
determination and indomitable express myself with a fullness 702 Avenue L, S.E., Winter
Page has expressedhis courage in the knowledge that Lourdes parish in Dunedin, shows Dr. Marion Jenningsof Mrs. George Neumann (left), seated, and :Mrs. Louis of language, not only priestlybut Haven before March. She

appreciation at the spirit and of gratification -they were doing work God wills Boston College the procedure for taking out booksat Levadan hear the request of Thomas Dyer for a book; apostolic. But the circum will summarize this information

tion shown on the part coopera-of the and blesses, work which He his parochial grade school. The evaluation of the standing, from left, are :Maryann Stuart, Brenda Griffin stances demanded only a few and present it for the

will richly reward. Dunedin school was made by Dr. Jennings of the sursa Patricia Reilly, Dr. Jennings and Father DuBois. words or complete silence." presidents.need .
workers and the parishionersin __ __ ___ _____.. ,_ \
.muo mo -+
generaL Y Na1'r'---r 5-- I!.... ,. ....'\\.A....,<,'"'''' """
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The H ,
pledged amount, 'US. s

over $75,000, indicates great _
sacrifice on the part of the a _

parishioners Father Page w w r..

said, "and it Is a tribute to

their loyalty and faith. rrw,+ 1 flIn.

The pace-setting gift of the
k kvx'
campaign was $22,500, pledgedby aK

Philip Caruso. The advance r aY 9.. 5y A N

and special gifts committee o )
totaled $27,312 and the general i

committee, with unsolicited 6 < ;

gifts from parish friends and i 7F" f ,

business interests accountedfor _

the balance.At _

the general kickoff dinner, ,v anyGAIIdEVII.LE d fvtN + r _

60 men gathered and made

their own pledges before con ',

tacting the parishioners. -j-3 3'S .

Father Neil A. Sager of Or- l1ENioCMIPAIGN FOR NE\V-PAl Sil-CIIURCII, HALL --- .

mond Beach addressed the
r Father Thomas R. Gross Gainesville, to make successful Leary, Foley and Associates to build a larger church

workers at the general solicitation -
S during this month, will enlist a campaign for $100,000to representative, fund-raising and Father Gross plans to
the support of all members build a new provisional counselor; Robert Barnhart, construct the church and hall
Realizing the need for cash
5i of St. Patrick parl hAll church and hall. The pro chairman of,, general solicitation next to the schooL
to begin building as soon as :J.
posed construction will re- ; Dr. Robert Gludice, gen.
possible the parishioners
T place inadequate buildingsnow eral chairman; Father Philip
contributed $12,621 in cash. I Saints r
75 years old. E. Halstead, Father Gross, .. I1' ..
Professional counsel for the V V Vv
Leaders in the campaignto Dr. Robert E. Uhrig, Dr.

campaign was provided by Makes Plans raise the funds needed are, Thomas 31. Brill, Dr. GeorgeA.
a represen-
foreground, from left Francis Dell and John R. Harri
tative of Foley Associates -
national fund-raising firm in .. "" .. ., ..-. For B. Watson, vicechairmanof son. Not pictured la Clarence v I iiv
Deanery the advance Ayers, chairman of the
gifts committee
advance gifts committee.The .
; Asa Cox, general vice-
The theme chosen for the
JACKSOXVILLEElection chairman;' Charles George, committee on advance
final lap of raising in the
1IIt.: the of officers and diocesan board Hugh Edwards Fred PrImo, gifts will contact prospective v '
Orlando remaining
t ".
> members for the ensuing year J. Robert Ashley, Frank Pac,
> f funds needed to exceed the donors on March 17, the
will take place at the 'spring vice-chairman of the general
1 goal of $2 million for build patronal feast of St. Patrick. "TT TT TT
meeting of the. St. Augustine
solicitation planned on March
0rrN1 Ing Mercy Medical Center .is Patrick's FLORIDA IS FULL
Deanery Council of the Di- 2 4; background, Edward Growth of St. in
"Well Worth Two Million DF.DANDEE
ocesan Council of Catholic Gainesville has indicated the MOMS

F it was announced Tuesday Women, Wednesday, March 13. Nigerian DirectorLAGOS
Frank J. Cilento ----
... evening by Mrs. James C. Fogarty, dean- Nigeria (NO -Father -
S (left). H i s vice-chairman,
1 "" ery president, recently con- Thomas Hayden S.M.A., of TAMPAIN
William O'Brien center, and
ducted a meeting of the deanery Boston has been named director
1"t Charles Hillman of
board of directors in Jack of Catholic Relief Services
Miami, hospital consultant,
t t.t sonville. -National Catholic Welfare
examine the workers' kit. In
The deanery meeting will Conference in Nigeria, succeed- TAMPA---
the background is the proposed .** open at 9.30: a.m. Mass in St. ing Robert Mellen. C.R.S.- ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE

hospital. Paul Church, Jacksonville, to N.C.W.C. has distributed about HILLSBORO HOTELDIRECTLY

be offered by Monsignor JamesB. $280,000 worth of food and an

Parish DrivesFor$100,000 Cloonan, deanery spiritual equal amount of medicines and ACROSS THE STREET FROM
moderator. clothing In Nigeria. SACRED HEART CHURCH

Registration and breakfast

will take place at 10:30: a.m. in

?e\ J the Garden Center on Riverside '

. C 9i\: __ In Gainesville' Avenue. The election will HOMES BUILTYOUR I

.ny f o take place at the morning ses-

sion followed ,by luncheon.Mrs. .
w ,. e \ (Continued from Face One) Clem Dowling, 340 ON LOT

500 seats in the church and a West 69 Street, Jacksonville ,

social hall that ,will accommo Is reservation chairman.:

..date 300. 'St. Patrick's, church March '10 is the deadline for IN FLORIDAJames I

and, social hall are both-:75 reservations.
Rosati & Sons have developed Florida
years old. Appointed to serve on the many
t.nominating committee are-Mrs. communities, including Florida Retirement Village. Orange
The"men of the parish I have William J. Kenyon chairman; Lake Village, Tyrone Gardens_ and many nationally known
enthusiastically'responded'toFather : homes including the famous Horizon Home and the Houseof
Mrs. John J. McCarty, co-
Gross's call for helpin Freedom. A Rosati Horizon Home, built by them at
chairman Mrs. John T. Coyle,
I h .JL ; New York University, has been used for treatment of Joseph
and Mrs.
contacting the parishioners Mrs. Ray S. Boozer
+'. = Kennedy, father of the President.James .
to raise the needed Armand Dufrene.
funds. |ki The judge of elections will be A L C 0 N Rosati, Jr., directs the Alcon Home organization,

Show the folks at home care /* Mrs. Robert Sey; tellers, Mrs. HO and as 'a member of this famous family of Florida builders
On Sunday, :March, 17,.on the Lena Clements and Mrs. J. continues to bring new ideas and improvements to their home

:feast of St Patrick, the patron- ;Clayton Sanders credentials building activities- a factor which helped to make the Rosati

send a bit of'hereTHEREThere's : al feast of the church, the ad- I chairman, Mrs. Joseph A. Mor- homes one of the best known In the nation.

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forth to obtain the necessary .Mrs.: Boozer. best home value for the dollar available

no nicer way cf saying wish you were here"than with a bit pledges. The general solicita- Mrs. A. A. Reyes, St. Augustine DOWN ON not consider any on-your-lot home, shell or finished anywhere., until Do

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