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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 8, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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Your Purpose in Life
: Hundreds of Catholics who have heeded the call ofhrist

Through Finding God ReasonBy "Come, follow Me, and I will make you Fishers of Holy Father Accepts Prize

Msgr. John F. Scully inen." will attend area-wide meetings which will launch

quest for God is essen this year's Fisher program. Monsignor Harold F Jordan, On Behalf of Entire ChurchVATICAN

THE the search for the ss diocesan director of the Holy Name Societies, will be moderator -

full account and meaning of 1itef1c'r1.i of the meetings. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley plans CITY (NC-Pope) John XXHI has replied

I life. If we could but make the o attend all the sessions.The month and in early April, each personally to the congratulatory message sent him by

inmost t heartof I following dates have parish will report on its acti Italy's President Antonio Segni on his being awarded the
all human- een announced by Monsignor vities.
ity speak out for the interparochial It is expected that there will Balzan peace prize. non-Catholic religions as ob-
its inmost of pastors and their be a valuable exchange of The citation of the award by servers at the Second Vatican

yearnings, i : ideas and that they will come the International Balzan Foun Council created "between the

what would we t St. Petersburg, March 13, to a meeting of minds as far dation in Zurich noted this churches of these confessionsand
discover themto !; St. Paul School Cafeteria, 8 as future Fisher efforts are about the prize: Catholics a disposition to-
be? Wouldwe at I I O. I C- p.m. concerned. "(It) is Intended as a public ward greater understandingfor

not find f Tampa, March 14, Christ Pastors and Fishers will recognition of the Pope's activity the future which will have

that every i the King Parish hall 8 p.m. discuss the techniques and in favor of brotherhood manifold and Important con-

heart and_ mind_nn ___ ______ : Orlando, March 21, St. procedures they have used in among men and among all na sequences."
and SOUl in M?r. Smlly : Charles Parish hall, 8 p.m. the past. tions through his appeals for Former President Giovanni
creation desires fundamental Sarasota April 2, St. The Fisher program will be peace and to the good will of Gronchi of Italy president of
three realities-Life, Truth and VOL. XXIV, No. 19 Orlando, Florida, Friday, March 8, 1963 Ten Martha School Cafeteria, 8 related to the Second Vatican men, and through his recent the Balzan Foundation said

Love? In fact, so deep are these; p.m. Council which began last Oc interventions on the diploma. that the decision to grant the
three realities, Being, Truth Jacksonville, April 4, Assumption tober. Prior to leaving Floridato tic level." peace prize to the Pope had
and Love, that we can say the Name Hour :; Parish hall, 8 p.m. attend as a Father of the It said that the Pope's In- the unanimous approval of the
whole universe overflows with Holy Begins The response of the Fishers Council, Archbishop Hurley vitation of representatives of foundation's central committeefor

them. this apostolic cause, saidMonsignor asked pastors to enlist the ef awards.
Of each thing In the unlver; Jordan, has been forts of the Catholic men as Pope AttendsLenten The Pope accepted the
it tan be said that it is. Of heartening. There is evidence Fishers for souls.
New RadioJACKSONVILLERadio award on behalf of the en-
each thing in the universecan it Apostolate on in almost I every parishin The renewal called for by ServiceROME tire Church In a message
be said that it is true, for< 'the.Diocese, he 'said'that the Council includes the
it is related to a mind. And Almighty:God is,blessing their Fisher efforts In this Diocese. (NC) Pope John sent to the foundation by
station WAPE in Jacksonville carried sermon by': Amleto Cardinal Cicognani,
of each thing in the univen :efforts with success. *. The Fishers themselves, said XXIII Trent out to join with
it can be said that it is lov, signor John P. McNulty V.G. last Sunday, launching anew radio.apostolate inl,the: At' the :Fisher meetings this Monsignor Jordan must be dedicated the people of his Rome diocesein papal secretary of state.

for it is related to a will and _ocese_ The Holy Name _.-wi"Hour. _. and convinced that "theyare marking the first Sunday of "The Holy Father has askedme
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a desire. ." E; .:r.::" ,. q the Lord's own," and that to Inform you that he ac-
Desire for truth then II! Sponsored by the Diocesan ::
One of the most fundamenta Union of Holy Name Societies, ff f aid others In finding their pur the Church of the Ascen- the recent decision of the
cravings in the human soul the Holy Name Hour will be in life. !!lIon, In a workingclassparish International Balzan Foundation
pose
The Tery first question wi produced by Priests of the Diocese With God's grace, he added, in northeast Rome, ," Cardinal Cicognanl's
ever asked was "1Vhy"-proving under the direction of f k wx b4efl r r 4 the gift of Faith will be grantedto for Lenten services at 5 p.m. telegram said. "He is happy to

we are all born incipIent Monsignor Jordan, moderator : those Invited by our Fishersto In previous years, the I see in this decision a recogni
philosophers.As of the diocesan Holy Name : study the Church and to return -. Bishop of Rome has gone to a., tion of the lofty mission of the
children we tear apart Union. give"i to the Father's House different church each Sundayof Church, which works actively
our toys to find out what makes< Monsignor Jordan announced which Is the Church of God, the Lent to lead his people in, as the guardian and promoter
the wheels go round. As grownups : the inauguration of Catholic Church. prayer. POPE JOHN, Page 10
we tear apart by our men. this radio apostolate on Sun. .
tal analysis the very toy of the day, March 3, in Jackson.
universe, to find out what; ville. WAPE carried the half- .I
makes Its wheels go round. 'Ve hour program beginning at
turn our telescopes on the sun 8 a.m. Diocese of St. AugustineSt.
to fathom its secrets. We a sk The Jacksonville station will
the stars to tell us the story pace its series at intervals of

of their twinkling and the five Sundays apart. Augustine,
f ocean to surrender the mystery The programs produced at FloridaMarch 5 1963
of its depth. We are forever WAPE are transcribed on ,
bent on knowing and discovering tape. Monsignor Jordan is general -
the truth of things. That: coordinator of the pro Dear Reverend Father

Is why we hate to have secrets grams. Father Michael V. Cannon g One hundred and six students are now preparing for the Priesthood

kept hidden from us. is In charge of productionand of the Diocese of St. Augustine. Of this number, sixty-five are in the

Restless Soul Seeks Truth technical assistance.The Major Seminary, that is they are engaged in the specialized study of
series will be
Although we are constant taped re-
and Theology. The others are in the Preparatory Seminary
Philosophy
and perpetually seeking truth, broadcast :In the coming
.
Humanities.The
in the
we do not possess it in its fullness months on'a weekly basis on that,is they are following general and selected courses

nor do we ever find it in other radio stations in the DIocese primary purpose of semina/ry/ education Is to produce men of God,

its plenitude in, this lIfe. said MonsljjTior Jordan. -.... who live bythe; love of'.God'and-wiio dedicate themselves to the salvation
Though a yearning for Truth i is The initial prVgram series ..... -- .. -_..

one of the mainsprings of our presented on the \Holy Name NEW RADIO APOSTOLATE}' BBIl- v :.' __ Oq' .. of their fellow man. P- '. j -
being, yet we do not find t11s Hour will Ips femartwon."Your "'Diocesan Priest in the.-sttidio. 'of. WAPE; Jacks ;P re p red tne P rod cti on .f.. In addition td our seminarians; there are ten of our young Priestsnow
yearning fulfilled this earth "Purpose; "in Life; .Find, for the first broadcast of the new radio apostolate, Name Hour. Monsignor pursuing graduate studies in order to fit themselves for the demandingwork

Learning opens up a thousan ing the Truth" an n'evr of knowledg in Life: wing the
avenues / '
i down which we might travel Truth." -/ :Michael V. Gannon (standing). First sermon series was given by Mon cery, of education and of charity. .

for a lifetime. Great minds of Monsignor yMcNulty, featured signor.John P. McNulty: V.G. (center) on March 3 WAPE's broadcasting facili- We direct the attention of our Priests and people, to the fact that our

the past have admitted that all as th/ first speaker on ties. graduate and undergraduate students are enrolled in the most distinguished

their knowledge seemed 1 to the series,} is pastor of St. tlon. Catholic hymns are sungon its coverage. Then it will the second sermon in the new seminaries and universities of this Country and Europe.It .
leave th m standing on a sea.; Patrick Church in Largo.A .
possible for the Holy series.In .
shore beyond which stretchean copy of his sermon, as wellas each program. Hour tq be heard all the will be readily appreciated by all that we are striving to providefor
Truth. of the other Presently, radio station announcing Holy Priesthood and trained to
ocean of Infinite copies sermons Florida, Georgia, South he said that he our Diocese a holy and zealous inspired cope
Name Hour,
But where find the source of after they are broadcast, will WAPE-690 on the dial- with the exacting requirements of today's apostolate. I invite our Catholic
North Carolina.As hoped this would be the be
Truth? Where shall we find be sent upon request. covers most of the Diocese. It is to the closest cooperation in this work of the Priesthood. In the
and Truth heard as far west as Lakeland, additional stations ginning of a radio apostolatethat parents
the Author of Being who of
Those want copies ahead, the Church will need more.and more of the best young men
that we behold in all the unl. the sermons are invited to as far south as Melbourne and the Holy Name Hour, \ would see a large numberof years
verse? Shall we say thereno is write for them in care of as far north as Nag's Head, gnor Jordan will announce stations making the broad- of our Diocese.In .

source? But If truth has no I Holy Name Hour, P.O. BOX North Carolina. Within the beginning of the series in casts. WAPE's series is the order to defray the heavy expenses incurred in the training of our

source how can truth constan 33, Gainesville, Florida, Monsignor next six months, WAPE will areas. pilot program in the launchingof Priests, we rely on the annual Seminary Collection. This Collection will be
ly exert its magnetic pull on Jordan stated. have an increase in power, it taken up on March 17, and will be announced on the preceding Sunday.I .
at was stated, which will expand Monsignor Jordan will this new apostolate.
inmost
our being every The featured speaker on the beg our people to make this a banner Collection in order that we may
moment? Where find the source Holy Name Hour also leads be able to meet the expenses already foreseen and to provide for the large
of truth? We must go out 1 to I Penance
audience in brief meditaAds Beliefs Practice
Someone who is Pure and In.: the a Study increase of vocations which we expect this year.

finite Truth-and that Being Call AttentionTo May God bless our Priests and people and richly reward them for
we call God. Make Use of Lent Pope Appeals their generosity.
God Is that Truth in Whorc ,
SeriesST.
darkness and ignorance can Sermon Devotedly yours in Christ,
find no place. God is the AUGUSTINE March, ROME (NC-\Ve wish above all to exhort you to make use of Lent to apply your- '__. .
-
Truth the philosophers have 1963, saw advertisements car- selves, in keeping with each person's vocation and condition, to the very grave duty of Joseph P. Hurley

sought through the centuries ried in major daily newspapers religious. instruction and to give to penance. that true and,efficacious place which belongs Archbishop

in their ceaseless search for throughout the Diocese calling to it." especially in the practice of During Lent, Christians Bishop of St. AugustineMrs.
1 knowledge. attention to the coordinated In these words, Pope John charity toward God and man. should study and teach the
God is the Truth the astroi sermon program series now XXIII, in: a radio broadcast on eternal truths, and bring helpto
omer seeks as he scans the! being held in all our churches. Ash Wednesday, spoke of the ."The sublime harmonies the hungry and homeless,
heavens. God is the Truth the! The campaign was reported need for Catholics to practice of Revelation stand out in the Holy Father said.

scientist the looks strata for of as earth.he God un.co.ers .l. here at the Chancery. now austerity upon in them.the holy season time greater of a relief council."It during. the "You understand, dear chil- Petition to Mary All Saints Home to Open

In each area, parishes are dren that Our words today are VATICAN CITY (NC)-
,
Is the Truth our restless mine : The Pope said, in his broad- is therefore the council
joining in taking space once not calling especially to Pope John XXIII has granted
are constantly seeking. cast: which gives the tone to thisyear's you For Visits from Deanery
the to publicize
a week in papers external practices, although indulgences for recitation of
CreatorGod "We entered Lent by particularly
Creation Shows are now upon
series, "
is the Beauty and the the sermon Finding Lent, the first Lent after the stressing the task of every they have their own full the invocation: 0 Mary, JACKSONVILLE Saints Home and clinic for the
"Your Purpose in Life worth he said. Mother and Queen of Christian
Truth we see dimly reflects and Idling the Truth. opening of the (Second Vat- good Christian to live the pre- families, for us." aged in Riverside, Jacksonville, will hold open house until
in His majestic mountains, His I ican) council. It is the period cept of charity rather than "Our words are not immedI- pray 4 on Wednesday, March 13, following the meeting of
verdant fields, His towerin In most cases, the Sunday most indicated to make prog--merely to contemplate and rejoice -ately and solely a renewal of A partial indulgence of 300 the p.m.St, Augustine Deanery Council of Catholic Women at
forests, His flaming sunset,, Mass schedules of each parish ress in acquiring virtue and at this new flowering." STUDY BELIEFS, Page 10 days can be gained. the Garden Center.
and the times and days for in- ----.- ---, .. .
His magnificent heavens. ', \ ; .
"i' > x. ; Schoebert of
'
quiry classes were part of the : .' : ,.' '," ",. ,. l Joseph
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Our reason tells us that l!t '' ":>wJ '"
i Gallic diocesan president,
advertisements. :; .. M-: 1 IIIrl Eau ,
,. ;
God of Infinite beauty fashioned ,.t .:.'"1 ; said that the EL Augustine
all this and that it is abut L 1iMI'-. I. I Iy deanery's meeting begins the
a small part of the unlimited Closed Retreats < series of spring meetings and

beauty of Him fror l I ,'" '4, 44r elections in each region.
"For since th! To Be Sponsored > -
whence it came, : Deanery presidents have released
creation of the world His in; ST. AUGUSTINE Plans r f the schedule, which,

visible attributes'are clear] for the intensification of the Aie besides that in Jacksonville on

seen-His everlasting poe lay retreat movement have fx March 13, includes:
also and Divinity-being understood been set in motion by Priests 3, k .w. March 14, St. Raphael's,
through things .tha who sponsor area attendance I "" A Englewood, the Southwest
are made." at closed retreats. c : r Coast Deanery Council of Catholic -
It is, however, only ir 1 i Retreats for the laity were ;C1 I.z k Women.I
Heaven when we reach an I L March 14, Holy Spirit, Lake
discussed at a meeting in St. I I I
a
see the source of Infinit Augustine of Monsignor Har- Wales, West Coast Deanery
Beauty and Truth that ou_ old F. Jordan Father W. Council of Catholic Women.
mind will be completely satisfied Thomas Larkin and Father -. 11i'1I I March 21, Ascension, Eau
4y-
!
and our reason entirel r Laurence E. Higgins. a Gallic, Orlando-Central Deanery

filled. that last I Council of Catholic Women.
"We see now as in a glasin ; It was reported \ I I In Jacksonville, the aUlllI" -
a dark manner but then w:! year three-day retreats were : I i atlons' delegates will asserable .
790 men and 581 ;
made by
shall see face to face; then w:! s at St. Paul Churchfor
the parishes.
shall know even as we ar i! women from b I" Mass to be offered by the'
known. For eye has not see;1 L The spiritual directors of the t', deanery moderator, 31on-:

nor ear heard, nor has it entered ,- lay retreat movement hope to -.-: 'J.< ,- .. *.. ii i i i ... *. .!. r. .,. i signer James B. Cloonan.
into the mind of man tc) hold area meetings of interested t. ---- K* -wHB Mx wi M HOLY NAME SCHOOL VISITED IN ST. PETERSBURG Mrs. Clem Dowling ((340

conceive what good things Go(1 I members of the laity to Father Edward Condren presented his eighth grade pupils to Dr. of schools. Pupils of Holy Family School in St Petersburg have their West G9 Street, Jacksonville)
attendance duringthe
has prepared for those -wh:) spur greater the Priest Dr. Gearan and Sister Andrew Irene O.P. ALL SAINTS, Page IIUt
\" love Him." time for retreats. Marie Gearan, Boston College educator participating in the evaluation work viewed by ,


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CatkoUc FloridaSt. ReportsMelbourne ,., '. .._ <..:.:..j w' ,<:,ii. -;;.;,'. : P.-k Work' in Winter :Park
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".:..:.....2 -. < .. WINTER PARK-Father John F. Wells reported this
week that half a year ago he organized the Fisher programin

. Augustine Jacksonville ,"V'"'<' ,""'. 4 ..1" the St Margaret Mary parish. Increased activity on

. CATHEDRAL CHRIST THE KING CENTRAL CATHOLIC ., 51 the part of the men has been in evidence since Christmas.In .

Monsignor John P. Burns Father- James- J. Judge The saying that nothing in- .. July, 1962, Father Wells contacts with members of the

presided at the Joint Installation -C.SS.R. was guest speaker dur- terferes with a scientist's -.4 ,,,< selected 20 men to carry on parish and other residentsin

of officers of Cathedral ing the February meeting of search for knowledge Is borne '. .. i this type of spiritual activity.By Winter Park.

Parish organizations last week. the Guild of Christ the Kingin out by the winner of Mel. h ,. the middle of August, Since the third week in

Mrs. John Versaggi served as Arlington. He spoke on bourne's Central Catholic High n ..:4w.. yep Father Wells had conducted August, these men have made

installing officer, as follows: the Holy Shroud of Turin and School's first annual science -" three seminars stressing the upwards of 200 con tact

Cathedral presented slides In connection fain ,Thomas McGahee, one of 3t tA'' YLk' w method of approach that throughout the area.
Guild and Altar
Society-Mrs. Edward with his talk. 13 children, is again this year's these men should use in their Father Wells sent out a special
Curley,
The annual mother-daughter winner in the school's science 5, v V R" j questionnaire to all memo
president
; Mrs. Fred Ferlisi S1r.
Mrs. Matthew Bezek, first and Communion breakfast was an exhibit. Using the X-ray ma- Tarpon SpringsST. bers of the parish. The Fishers
second vice-presidents Mrs. event of March 3 in the club- chine which he built last year followed up on this Informa-

Allan Powers ; Mrs. house after the 8:30 Mass. Father he found the cause of the IGNATIUS tion. The men say that the
secretary
; Michael Gannon, directorof "spot effect" of the Simon's Forty Hour devotions will people of the parish and community -
Anthony
Rogolino, treasurer
and Mrs. Peggy Coleman, ; the Mission of Nombre; De X-ray Tube. begin Sunday March 10, following have received them

liamentarian. par Dios In St. Augustine, was The 15-year-old sophomore, the 1130: high Mass and well. The visitation of all new

guest speaker. Mrs. F. J. Red- a serious science student, Is :. will close Tuesday after the comers in the parish has be-

Cathedral Home and School mond Jr., was in charge of ar the son of Sergeant and Mrs. f: 7:30 a.m. Mass. Father WilliamH. come a special project.

Association-Carlos Harnage rangements.Mrs. Ii 1 Neuhaus will celebrate both
W. D. McGahee of Patrick Air .j of the parish
president; Mrs. Vincent Es William McLendon will .........: .Mt _A"'z." :- :... ,, Masses. The women t
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Force Base. h have been organized since
trada, Donald Wehking, first represent the Guild at the Judges for the event, held at CENTRAL CATHOLIC HOLDS SCIENCE FAIR Father Alvin Manni S.D.B.of August. They have made several
and second vice-presidents; Sister Virginia Mary O.S.F' welcomed the last week at :Melbourne Central of Christians
Mrs. spring deanery meeting of the the new Central Catholic High judges Mary Help hundred contacts in the

and Mrs.Agular Ben Reyes recording women. Alternate delegate is School on South Babcock were: Catholic High School's first annual science fair. Judges were, from left, Don School, Tampa will preach the community and parish regardlng -

Fleming, cor- Mrs. Holllce Crisp. Don Heintzelman, director for Heintzelman, Noble Roberts and Robert Richmond. sermons at the public holy the children. '

responding secretaries; end Father W. Thomas Larkin, the youth program for the Canaveral hours on Sunday and Monday They find out whether the
Mrs. Basil
Triay, treasurer. spiritual adviser to the group post of the American Daytona Beach Maitland OrlandoST evenings at 7:30: o'clock. Con- children are attending regular

Father David 0 Shea and urged that more stress be Military Engineers Association; fessions will be heard after Instruction either
ST.. MARY MAGDALEN ST. JA3IES catechism
.
Father Antonio Pons joined the given during the coming year Noble Roberts, biology and PAUL- both holy hours. parochial school or
William J. Mul- Father Patrick J. O'Carroll, The Scout troops of St.James through
pastor as guests at the Holiday to religious devotions. A par- chemistry teacher, and Robert Monsignor School children and teachers morning instructions
P.A., V.F., will Forty president of the Bishop Moore parish entertained members of Saturday
lally open
Inn devotionsfrom
event. Mrs. Albert ent-educators group was formedat Richmond biology and botany will have special in schools.
High School will address the the St. James Home and School for children public
Devotion In St. Paul ,
Hours
Drescher and Mrs. Leonard a meeting March 5 In the teacher at Melbourne High 3.30 to 4 p.m. Sunday and also concerned
Church on Sunday March 17, gathering. March 17 at 10:30: Club at the February meeting.One The women are
Shugart, outgoing presidents, clubhouse. Under Father Larkin's -School. Monday, during Forty Hours. about children of the high
acknowledged the expressionof guidance, the women will James Deese son of Mr. and after the 12:15: o'clock Mass. a.m. at Mount Vernon Motor group of Cub Scouts presented Since the first of the year, school level This group of

thanks given by Monsignor spend time giving spiritual In- Mrs. James H. Deese of Mel- All day exposition of the Most Lodge when mothers and a pantomine and an- members of the St. Ignatius numbering about 55,
daughters attend Communion other "America The Beautiful" women,
Burns for the work done dur- struction to the children of the bourne, was the winner of the Blessed Sacrament will be concluded sang Holy Name Society have been In work
has been thorough ,
breakfast from St. illustrated the
Mary Mag- as they
ing their administrations. parish. first place in the biology with rosary and Ben serving at Mass on their Com- He has
dalen parish's Catholic Women's song with posters. Some Boy said Father Wells. expressed -
exhibit. diction. Monsignor Mullally, munion Sunday, the 8 o'clock
his sincere appreciation -
Guild. Scouts received awards at the
S T. PETERSBURG James Davis, son of John L. will give the sermons on Sun. Court of Honor. Mass on second Sundays.The for the untiring efforts of
Davis, was the winner of the Father Pat Father Hubert J. Reason In- men meet Immediately and women.
day and Monday. Highest honors were won by these men
first place Junior division, for after Mass. John Siegel and
.. rick O'Sullivan will close vites all who wish to honor Edward Zimmerman and James
exhibit. John McNamara will serve
his mathematics
Our Lord in the Most Blessed Magee. Each was given an
Judith Niegarth was winnerof Forty Hours on Tuesday, Mass on March 10. ST. PETERSBURG
KINGJF1SHRESTAURANT Sacrament to visit the Mait- Eagle Award.
second place for her biology March 19, with a sermon. Guests from out of state are
exhibit. land church during Forty ST. CHARLES being honored on Sundaysfrom
Each evening, Father Jose Mrs. Joseph Schoebert of Anthony's Hospital
Three third place winners Hours Devotion, March 1012. 24 at the parish hall. <
Oti will be in of singing Eau Gallic, president of the 800 11th Street
were Margaret McLaughlin, charge Holy hours In the evening will March 3, was the date for the St. Petersburg
Sally Utecht, and Thomas Mc- of the Litanies and of Ben- be held at 7:30: o'clock, Mondayand St. Augustine Diocesan Coun states of North and South Carolina M.d rn. Well Eqalppei

SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST Gahee. ediction. Tuesday. cil of Catholic Women, will Virginia West Virginia, Conducted Reasonable by

.. address members of St. Charles Maryland and Delaware.On Sisters of Bt. I'r..ete
:' O< '"
'f-
M. ,... ,,,-n. Parish Council at a Communion Approved by
Golden Fried or Broiled Shrimp ;'C; .....:,; ..\'t1. : '> TT breakfast, March 10, in the March 10, Texas, Lou- American Cell r. of Borreonl
} ,. ;' isiana, Arkansas, Mississippi,
Succulent Scallops .. -. Mount Vernon Inn. Daughtersand Alabama Missouri,
> Georgia,
9 Luscious Lobsters i ) 1 t'. re guests of members will be Kentucky, Tennessee and the

>' a invited by members to the District of Columbia will have Jackson's ShoesLadies
YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER breakfast. their
SERVED OCEAN FRESH MOORE HIGH SCHOOL day. & Men's
L't .
HUSH PUPPIES .\\ ) ROLLS A + 4
When members of Bishop Deadlines Clinic Miller
Chicken and Steaks Moore Home and School As-
,
8 News stories from anjr fftnrec<< Vitality-Weyanberg
At Famous Johns Pass 1 iSS J sociation meet Wednesday, should Flub "The Florid Catholic"office
f 4 March 13, at 8 p.m. at the school no later than Monday| .WI Cushioned Sellairei
picture should rrth th. editor by
cafetorium, says Mrs. Leo Friday for publication In the following 641 Central! Ave. 862-1355

.. Meyer, president, election re- Friday's !.tu...-
sults will be announced.

Up To 4GUARANTEED LI Awards will be given to win- I
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Eugene Mueller's
j 1 2' i ners of the science fair and a

!aj debate will take place. Mem- Cameo Dining RoomExcellent
W.no INTEREST t JI bers of the junior and senior

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Gallie on March 21.
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Helen T. McGarrity, executive
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the Church, .Englewood. Beach.
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||Bnf Joseph's Silences Held Eloquent::' y Church in Poland Fights Reds To



By a Staff Writer Joseph's name be recited In the of his vocation to protect the as the day to be consecrated a
s Teach ReligionThis
Popes have in- Canon of the Mass, a practice honor of Mary: and Child and Bishop because: Retain Right to

MODERN which began on December 8, to support them during the "To know how to obey, how.,

Catholic devo 1962. Hidden Life of Christ. to remain silent, to know whenIt Is the second of. two articles on the Church In Poland based on an Interview with an expert on condi-

tion to St. Joseph, the mos is of interest' that Canada should speak with author. tions In that country.
chaste Outstanding devotion to St. one its hold on Poland's youth, but the
spouse of the Virgin BERLIN (NC-The Church is slowly losing
Joseph was decreed by Pope was the first country in the ity and distinction, these are
Mother of God. The
feast world to have St. the characteristics of a diploits y young are not turning to communism.
IX when he Joseph as
Pius was
living.He
of St. Joseph, March 19, this An Church affairs in Poland, who cannot allow his name to be used,
named St. Joseph, according first patron saint. At the mat of the Holy See and that authority on
will this beneficent
year see to the wishes of the first request of Samuel de Cham- is St. Joseph in his long life gave this opinion i in a recent 1 tions inside Church properties bers of the staff are laymen.The .

her protector Son honored of Our with Lady anc Vatican Council, the heavenly plain, the choice was made at of silent obedience interview.The Recently, when the Bishop Pax movement has been

newed fervor. re patron of the universal church. Quebec on March 10, 1621, and St. Joseph, who is also the authority described how ]returned from the ecumenica granted a number of concessions -

That honor began to be paidto was later ratified by Pope patron of a happy death, has the Polish government has: j council in Rome, the go"ernment by the government.The .

Pope Benedict XV named Joseph on December 8 also, Urban VIII. There is a notable been invoked traditionally dur- Ry. tightened restrictions on religious J issued a new decree. It book containing the

him the patron of workingmen in 1870. oratory to St. Joseph at Mon- ing the days of prayer in instruction and on Catli- stated that, when the Priest, ideological theses of the

An encyclical written by Pope" (Digressing a moment from treal. March for vocations to the olio publications. He also described failed to register their cat movement was placed on the

Pius XI, "Divini Redemptoris, the feast of St. Joseph, we recall Pope John XXIII chose the Priesthood and to the life of rev movements of so-callei echetical centers and refused Index by the Vatican's Holy
in 1937, made St. Joseph the feast of March ia women. Catholics" who
for our readers the fact St. Joseph ligious "Progressive to accept government inspection Office.

protector against atheistic com- that Pope Pius IX erected the have attempted to accommodate they would be liable to There are also publicationsof

munism. Diocese of St. Augustine. The Father John A. O'Brien Catholic thought to wha be penalized with additional groups of so-called '1>rogres.
Pope Pius XII established anniversary of that papal action they 'call the "unchangeable'political taxation. sive Catholics," and while the

May 1 as the feast of St. Jo is approaching, for Pius and social situation.The religious features in these publications

seph the Worker. IX signed the formal bulletinin 'Faith is God's questions and answersof Recently, Stefan Cardinal are often correct, the
Pope John XXIII namedSt. SupremeGift Wyszynski (Primate of Poland -
Rome on March 11, 1870, by the interview follow: whole philosophy and manage-
Joseph the patron of the which St. Augustine was madea Q. Is the Church holding the ) protested against these ment are false.Q. .
Second Vatican Council Convert Priest government tactics in a ser .
Says would conclude
Diocese. It was on March youth? What you
which is now In recess after 21 at a solemn Consistory held A. The Church definitely: mon. on the overall picture'

the first "es ion. in Rome that Bishop Augustin the simple ways in which you can interest your w holds the children on the ele Q. Are there any schools un A. The Church has controlof

As a memorial to and fruit Verot, Florida's representativeat AMONG friends in the Church are: setting thema mentary school level and a der Church auspices? the very young children, butit

of the ecumenical council, the the First Vatican Council, good example, showing them some kindness and bring a great number of those on the A. There are no schools under Is slowly losing older youth.

Holy Father decreed that St. was formally confirmed as first ing them to Sunday :Mass or other services. These are, ---- secondary and college level, Church auspices in Polanc This does not mean that when

Bishop of St. Augustine). things which every Catholic can do. With God's help they ST.JOSEPHPrelate even though antireligious prop at present. The last Churcl the Church is losing them the

Christ's foster father, St. aganda is very strong. schools were closed last sum communists are gaining them.
will enable to win at
ST. PETERSBURGEdouard Joseph, is represented in near you mother and a Protestant fa. Here It is necessary to explain The young people have lost

ly every chapel and church in least one convert a year. they and was baptized in the Calls some things about religious mer.Q. Do any Catholic publications their ideals and convictions

the Diocese by a statue, often The efficacy of these simple Catholic church But due to education. exist in Poland? The majority of those who art-

C. Craig similar to the one pictured on methods is illustrated in the the pressure exerted on my fa- Communicants'EverydaySaints' Before October 1956, there A. Three bimonthly publications communists are opportunistswho

Contractor and Distributorfor ;Conversion of Clyde J. Walsh tier his neither my '' education in to the for
this page. Nine churches of by parents was no religious for Priests were permitted belong party
the Diocese claim St. Joseph as rf Pawtucket, Rhode Island, sister nor I were allowed to the schools. After the "October to be published after' the benefits they might receive.

Vikon Metal Ceramic now directorof ,.,, ..-. Catholics. Later VANCOUVER, B.c. (XC) .
patron. be reared as Revolution, religious instruction October, 1956. They are: The number of young convinced -

and Mosaic Tiles Joseph belonged to the houseof St. Josephthe mother did manage to bring Catholics who frequently receive was reintroduced into the Athenuum KaplanMde which communists ii very

David and worked in Naz- Workernovitiate my sister over 'to her side< ,' Holy Communion are the schools.All prints articles of a scientific small.A .

9l7-49fh St. So. 347-4101 areth as a carpenter. Matthewand i n according to the notion that;, "everyday saints of this Second parents wishing religious nature; Homo Del, which con few years ago a high communist .

Luke refer to him as a Warwick. "The permits the girl to follow the Vatican Council year," instruction for their tains articles of a spiritual na officer said: "We don't

just man. Christ was born in story of my m mother and the boy to folio Archbishop W. M. Duke of children had to sign requests Lure and of popular appeal, have the youth, it is true; but

HEINZEN jffl Bethlehem because St. Joseph conversion, or his father. Vancouver has said here. personally. About 99 per and Ruch Biblijny I Liturgic we will do everything to make

had to travel there for the more accurately "- "Father and I attended the He spoke in French at the cent of the parents did so. any which features literature sure that the Church will not

census decreed by the govern my return, Episcopal Church of the Good closing exercise of three days After a year, the situation md Scripture. These three have them either."

ment. said Father Shepherd In Pawtucket every of prayer in Blessed Sacramer started to change. can be obtained only by subscription I believe that this is at the

Just Our Lady is "ourtainted Walsh,"doesn'tinvolve Sunday. I sang in the choi, church marking the canonize; and the number of root of the secularization thatis
SERVICE a*
could be
taught only
the many hardship tion of Saint Peter Julie.Eymard Religion in Poland. The
nature's attended Sunday School and copies is very limited. going on
PKEE PICKUP 1>KL1ERTSUh solitaryboast through which have to after the regular classes were
so the Blesse
many founder of
Stalinism to
class. We took There are two weekly news changes from
St. 18th Are. So. ," so St. Joseph holdsa later taught a
Phon. tln-UII saintsbecause pass before they can say, 'I part In all the parish activities Sacrament Fathers and a promoter finished. Some children had to papers of general appeal which tnti-stalinism has had a nega-
laR GREEN STAMPS place unique among believe.' But it would be fals of devotion to the wait two or three hours between
ourselves good Priests with ive: effect on the :young people
considered by
Ith St. A lAth AT*. S.. of his closeness to and their last class in school ire published
humility to say, 'It was noth-- Eucharist.
I Fhon 896-41SS ecclesiastical approval. One
Jesus and Mary and because Like conversion it Protestants."But and the beginning of religious ilso.One
,
ing. every with father's permission There are 930,000 religiousin I'rezeuodnik Katolicki, is published must say, however, that
extraordinary because i J it who receive instructions.
t was the world people
I would with mother : in Poznan in 50,000opies. here are some young
was effected by divine grace. go Holy Communion practically Then the government issueda searching for
sincerely
vho are
the Cros::Son :
CO. Stations of
the
j DANIEL T. WINTER & to
"It was the fulfillment of Good Frida).. ";. every day,** the ..\rchbbboIsaid. new decree permitting only The other, (lose Xied/.iclny,, he; truth and are inclined
what St. Paul says, 'He predestined secular Priests to teach cat. in Katowice with toward the Catholic Church.No .
is published
BONDS
HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BrO\\l1
I' to be adopted "I was studying law at be the
us "Added to this must echism and banning religious a circulation of 60,000. The latter one can say what therinal
F \ 403 FLORIDA THEATRE BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG through Jesus Christ as his University when the draft Catholic people and the children Priests and Sisters. The immediate has only four pages and is verdict will be in the

TELEPHONE 862-0381 sons unto the praise of caught up with me. of all the parishes and effect of this was to printed on cheap newsprint, struggle to gain the youth. For

the glory of his grace.* "After entering the service, I missions of the world wh reduce the number of available but is very popular. After October he moment, the Church seems

"I was born of a Catholi was chosen for the Navy V.12 come to Communion at every teachers.In 1956, it had a circulation to be suffering losses.CLEARWATER.

program and sent back to opportunity and who today are some instances, one Priest shortage .
of 100,000, but the paper
\ i For Your Real Estate Law Upheld Or Brown University. the consolation of the Church had six or eight hours of religious reduced iU to its present

\ And Insurance Needs Call "Two of my roommates were and the everyday saints of thi instructions a day in irculation.:

Catholics and exemplary one Second' Vatican Council year," two or three schools. becamea Two t all printing
go
i LaVoie Realty & ,Insurance Magazine Return They were frequent commun he said. physically impossible task.*.' houses in years Iva wise and its en *"l l T I lI!!!l!I n I!!!1!l!!I!!n

cants and invited me to atten In the meantime, the authorities Vorbidden Hetty K. O'Brien S
;irons were to accept
4154 Central l Avenue Phone tf6..413.( When UnorderedJERSEY Mass' mat'St.Joseph'' Canadians'Plan put pressure on parents : orders' for printing CostWedzielny. 8 Company

Church in Providence. I went whose children were taking The editors finally 1985 Drew St. Ph.446-1395 ,
CITY New Jersey
and couldn't help but notice Religious Museun I catechism. Finally, two years found a printer in Czestochiwa MUTUAL FUNDS
has
Court here -
-Superior up the reverence of the worshij- ago, the Polish parliament STOCKS & BONDS
held the constitutionality of a MONTREAL (XC) -A two- about 60 miles away. S
HAT "THE QUALITY ECONq f. CAR"E law which makes it mandatoryfor pers. Especially impressiv and-a-half-century-old buildin,, passed a law which declared Formerly this newspaperruiild /nrlrrllllllllllllllllrlllll"fJSMITH'S
the moments at the elevi that schools are lay institu-
distributors to take bad were steeped in religious history is he old I 1 at the church

0-- unordered copies of magazine; tion of the Host and of the being readied here for fall opening tions.This doors. But since the first of
law* banned religious
FOrDORSEDJ) GOOD from a retailer within 48 hours; Chalice. as a museum. instruction in public schools. this year, it is found only in
"Knowing that my roommates is the Ferm Moreshere
The building some newspaper
of being asked to do so.
TERMS would miss 'chow,* Miss: (farm) St. Gabriel in suburban Priests responded by organ- it cannot be displayed but JEWELERSDiamonds
\ The law has been challenged izing catechetical centers in
Mary X. Murphy, a devou Point St. Charles. It was here must I>e kept under the coun
by the Hudson News Companyof their churches, rectories and
ONLY -FULL PRICEIF North Bergen, which supplies Catholic, would give ther ,that the foundress of the Con rented Watches,
NOVA $1569/ breakfast at her home. She gregation of Notre Dame, even buildings.The ter.The weekly paper Tygodnik

YOU'R LOOKING FOR ECONOMY LOOK FOR some 1500 retailers in would take me in too, and,soon: Blessed Marguerite Bourgeoys, government replied with 'owszrchny and the monthly Silverware
counties
and Essex that
Hudson demanded
which
decrees
she was explaining some of the Indian and settler chil Znak are both publishedy
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attempt to upset a conviction hygienic standards. Catechetical
"This made my attendanceat to replace an earlier building! is responsible for religious
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and interest deepened. destroyed by fire.
my
} publications. return religion teachers were
I It is considered one of the
mother never cease
owc s cua ont Judge Ralph L. Fu cos decision her"My that I would en. finest examples of early Canadian to receive a salary for their
prayers
i refused to grant an arcbitt'ctul.e.Early services. Every registered center -
brace the Fpith."Fortunately : was to be visited period- NOW Lenten meals are a
injunction against! the up Canadian furniture, ,
one of my;;
l cally by a government agent
ordered-copy law which went farm implements, household *
closest navy friends, Raymond l vho would inspect the teach-
into effect in January.It objects and religious good:i
L. Annis, was an exemplar; ng program and the physical snaPBTtr
the
collected for mu
had been passed by the Catholic, who showed how the,. are being acililies.
direction 01 r
CALLBOWEN'S legislature in late 19G2 to give, Faith helps one to live a holy; seum under Dominique the de Ma. The reaction of the BI*,hops .

the state another weapon ir life wherever he is. I took ;a l Mother St. and decisive. __
the against obscenity.The Father .. rie"l was prompt '. %
war Instruction from
of
course
Blessed Marguerite Bourg. They forbade their Priests to % ,
Hudson News Company Clement Slattery at Sacred l
register the centers and chal-
founded her congregatior l
sought an order restraining: Heart Church, Pawtucket, am I eoys
in Montreal following her ar- enged the right of the state 1
Essex and Hudson officials I was received on Easter Sunday "
authorities to conduct inspec-
rival here in 1653.
from enforcing the law on the in 1915. I went to SI. uoo'sc

grounds that it would upset John's Seminary, Brighton, '

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I rA Catholic Comment Frank J. SheedSacraments .: .:" I. Warns 'New Stalin' Cult Emerging! (,



Give StrengthTo LIVING up to its repeated the growth among non- om- ality cult," but it Is there in the

of weeks in advance munists of an idea that there making.

'The Worker" of February -were certain "reasonable" communist What does the developmentof

I 'Other Christs' Needed Man's Natural Life Also .17 produced an eight- parties to whom the this new cult foretell? One

6 pa ee supplement ___ West could make concessions.So of the great advantages that

fffTOW can pouring water on the head make an eternal on the today, Khrushchev is pre Khrushchev has, and always

most pressing need of mankind is heightened interest in the Priesthood 11 difference to the soul?"'How can it affect the soul sino-soviet de senting the discussion as one has had in his rise to power,
THE bate. A fir s treading between peace advocacy on his is that he is first secretary of I
No scientist, diplomat or political shown by young men on all levelshighschool at all 7"You would part and nuclear war on the the "party of Lenin." It is the i

leader can do as much to cure the college and university. Many of will of course, point out that baptism is not only lead us to won- part of the Chinese commu control of this party and of the

ills of mankind Priest. Before these have entered an on-pouring of-: water but an inpouringof der why "TheWorker" nists. international conspiratorial apparatus -
as a parish already the seminaryand Your
the Holy Spirit. questioner's reaction had editorial In that goes with it that

the coming of Christ this world had its we hope and pray that even more in I.- is simple: and certain. The Holy made such a.. the"The supplement Worker's"strikes this' enabled Stalin to dispose first

political leaders, scientists and physicians the future will follow Christ. Spirit, he reminds you, is a spirit; so is fuss. Despitethe note, of which we shall hear. of Trotsky and then of Buk--

-great minds who plotted the building of The sacrifices we make on Sunday, the soul; splr t,meets spirit: what's the .strained_ .ef- much more. harm and Zinovier.

the Roman Empire. Yet, with all of this, March 17, by way of our Seminary Collection water for? Never dream that you'll an- rortor theLouis It says that we were "on But this party must always.
swer that one quickly. You begin by explaining achieve ever-expanding comninnlst -
man was lost until the coming of Christ. enables our Diocese to educate future F. Budenz the brink of nuclear devasta rule, for the promise I
that we'are not baptizing a soul; tion" last October, which Is
And men will continue to be lost until Priests. The future hope of mankindlies not of Marx and Lenin was
we are even baptizing a body; we are a common communist claim.It

other Christs, in greater abundance, come hidden in the seminary-for from this baptizing a person. And the human person communist of its own organ to by weigh an editorial the- then goes on to quote certain ivorld socialism.1* \:

into their midst. institution comes other Christs to offer has a soul and has a bo4y. In fact he is discussion in favor of Khrush. indiscreet conservatives to\I This consideration Is reinforced'by -

We of the Diocese of St. Augustinehave new hope to a world that hovers on the -- spirit and matter: so is baptism. So are chev, the supplement added the alleged effect that nuclearwar "The Worker" Itself
"
much to be grateful for in the brink of despair.Come all the sacraments. God, having made us a combinationof nothing new to what we know. may not prove so injuri-when.. quotes the 81 party.

spirit and matter, does not treat us as if we were spirit The Chinese communist docu- ous. To which it adds: "Such statement of 1960: "The coexi
istence of states with different
and else. ment itself reaffirmed that views are no less dangerous i:
nothing It is is not just an academic forward adher. social systems Is a form 0 f
party's stand for "peaceful coexistence -when put by
Ask Friend to to ChurchOur The existence of our bodyis question.. between countries ents of socialism who under-. class struggle between socialIsm I.
a not due to a slip of the crea- The Ignored body takes with different social systems." estimate the dangers from L and capitalism." ."

tive hand, which God has ever fearful revenge. 'World Marx. \ ",
would you like to go to Church purpose in life is to know, love and since regretted and prefers to ." It also brought out what the nuclear war to the future of The December
HOW Where that sort of spirituality Review" mankind and socialism." 1st Review" pointedly tells that ) \
"Peking
of December
this ? God. Man has mate to '
me Sunday serve an longing ignore {he
the that "highlights
reigns, misery comes 15 had Cuba's example ,
emphasized before What do emergingout
You might be surprised at the answer find God and he will be forever restless I need not say that you are to;masses of men from the namely, that the term "paper, of this we debate see is the be-\ fact that the socialist world

your non-Catholic friend would give you until he does. not carrying your questionerwith b5iy-hunger and disease tiger" was a strategic one. This ginnings of a "New Stalin">, system and the peoples' liberation I

if you broached this question. He may be Your non-Catholic friend may very you. Deep in him is the goes unrelieved; the pleasuresthat term referred to the longtime"rotten" cult Such is to be witnessedin [: movement are asserting I

jubilant that you think enough of him to well be wrestling with this greatest of all feeling that religion belongs to come from the body eithergo condition of "im- the over-eagerness with l: their superiority over the ,,'
in life I here Your the soul, and that it is ridicu- uncontrolled and run of imperialism not only '
invite him to your Church. problems : "Why am ? away perialism" and "reaction" which "The Worker" cham- forces
invitation him lous to try to drag the body into lust and gluttony, or are the overall global scale but
All the parishes the Dioceseare to might be the beginningof which did not erase the possi- pions Khrushchev's cause. It> on
throughout a conversion. Nothing is too good fora into It: other uses the body met with a ferocity beyond all bility of tactical moves at certain -is to be witnessed in the almost;; on every continent, in every|
running a interesting series of has, which the average man jl
very measure. of the world.
real friend. The greatest gift that you periods. bated breath with which Pal. area
sermons on the Faith, the theme of whichis perhaps finds more to his own There is only one formulafor From the therefore look forward
can share with your neighbors is your soviet viewpoint, miro Togliatti of the Italian i l We can
of which
taste religion -
"Your Purpose in Life." These sermons faith. So why not ask him to come to would, many rather spoil. health-to see spirit as primary at the same time, the quotation party accuses the Chinese communists to Bed commotions allover

hit at the core of life and life's difficulties. church with you this Sunday. but the body as havingits shows that "it was proved againin of having dared to>I the world designed to
With really spiritual men this own sacredness too. ( Cuba) that the forces of criticize "Comrade Khrush. spread .the area under com
feeling be even stronger. Of this sacred ess sacramentsare
may socialism and peace are cap- chev." mnnlit rule on our historical
There is a spiritual type, by m a powerful and continuing ,
able of curbing imperialist ag It is to be seen in the una maps.
Father John J. CaatelotGod's means confined to religion, reminder. ,
gression. nimity with which the communist The "party of Lenin" must
which despises the body as They cannot! be administered
I What we do finally come parties of the world I also proceed to the achlevei -
much as an equally unbalancedtype or received without recalling
to recognize Is that "The endorse Khrushchev's views I ment of the communist society.
Glory Revealed in Psalm of sensual man despisesthe the mind to the decisive ,
spirit. fact that Christ Our Worker' Is Instructing the over against those of the Al Khrushchev has another great

I American comrades on how banian and Chinese Reds.It asset here, In having pinpoint-
AT the Sanctus of the Mass And in His goodness He has He has pitched a tent there Some of the leading Catholic Lord had a body, a bodr: they should present the debate does not go to the length L l ed the coming of that perfect
thinkers of the Middle Ages, so whose ignominies did not
Church cries out: revealed them-in so many for the sun, which comes forth in the American com of this same Togliatti in 1949;,, 'socIety by 1980.
I I read somewhere thought of diminish Its sacredness.
"Holy, holy holy is the Lord ways! In the vastness of space, like the groom from his bridal munity. for instance, when he exclaimed The prediction has now been

God of hosts! Heaven and in the brilliance of the sun, in chamber and, like a giant, joy- the "body as "a negligible nap- And for ourselves the truth After the twentieth congressof : "With Stalin's narm J! extended to cover all "the so-
kin. stands clear that it is
earth are filled the majesty of the ocean, in fully runs its course ((5b-6)). no "neg- the communist party of the on our lips, all victories will I cialist countries," so that from

with Thy the intricacy of a snowflake, This poetic imagery is basedin It was one of the peculiar ligible napkin" to which the Soviet Union in 1959, its sloganof be ours." That cannot be don I East Germany and Red Poland

glory!" These I in the delicate color and fragrance part on the ancient notion of glories of St. Thomas Holy Spirit comes with water "different paths to socialismin now because of the intensive;! eastward all will be blended
words taken I of a flower, in the Aquinas, that he saw the a.nd bread and wine and oil. different that end.
the universe, in which the sun countries" caused campaign against "the person together toward
from the song warmth of a mother's smile, in moved around-or rather, over body's sacredness, built it In. To those four things the bodily -

of the sera- the purity of a grace-filled soul, -the earth. It froman to his philosophy, strengthened life of man at Its simplest
I emerged his theology with it could be reduced. Their mere Father Leo J. Trese
in the security of the moral ,
in Isala in the the
phlm
opening sky at
order all in His hymned It. listing reminds us that God, we
and most of
I 6, sum up very eastern horizon, then moved HelpfulI"HO'V /

well the themeof incarnate Son. majestically across the inner But it is hard to see it as is may not say as it highbrow with full as reverence some of, Use of Mental Prayer Most

psalm 18. At \ The author of psalm 18 surface of the firmament, and sacred. his worshippers-He takes the a -

first sight, 1 tdoesn't limits himself, to two such finally made its exit at the Quite apart from what It nec-
-- body more seriously.And [ well do you pray?" If we wish to }nake prog. Is too distracted or tired to
western horizon. essarily lacks simply becauseit
seem revelations of the divine per. a glance at the seven that question the, ress in prayer, we have onlyto focus wordlessly upon God, and
to have a central theme. In fact During the night it moved is material, the body seemsto
fections; nature and the Law. sacraments shows us how average Catholic probably make room for more such times when we wish to gain
its two parts are so differentin around the outer surface of the go out of Its way to remindus
close in His mind the life of
The first part of his poem would answer, "Not as well asT'.1 moments InJour life. the indulgences attached to certain -
subject, style, and spirit that firmament and arrived in time"to of its Ignominiousness grace is built into the naturallife .. .._ "
begins: ;r .. au, 11 K e 10. We can {'do it In church, vocal prayers.
they strike one as being two }I start the daytime journey at what with pus and mucus and of &
distinct And origInally The heavens 'declare the all the things It expels from man. The better the prayerbook closed as we gazet The point I am making Is
quite psalms. dawn ((7)). The "tent, then, is balances birth Confirmation I
Bjptism -
__ Catholic, the tabernacle. We can do that prayer Is (or ought to
of God arid the firma-
they may well have been. glory the sky, which they consideredto itself because it can find no S
growing-up, Extreme more likely it it in the be) an Interchange with God.
I privacy of our own
his handiwork.This .
But now they they are one, ment proclaims be solid, in the shape of an use for them.A .
revelation silently Unction death; for the two great is that such room. We can do it on a solitary It is an occasion of specif
consistsin goes on
and their inner unity tnverted bowl. man of the Manichean sort choices of adult life come Mat- be G4If .
would his walk. We. do it and intimate union with
but ceaselessly with one can on
both tell ,
the fact that they But if the heavens reveal may take a malign pleasure In rimony, and Holy Orders Pen-
; answer. To the bus, with eyes closed to it is to be a true Interchip,
it the next
of His day relaying to one
first
of God's glory: the the religIous
God's glory, the Law does BO body's ignominies; a ance is for the healing of sick- those of us the a genuine union God xiust
passing scene.
night to the next ((3)). Silent
nature
revealed in ,
glory as of another sort
even more directly, for it man may ness, and Eucharist for daily who are dissatisfied There have His opportunityyTheromust
the second of that glory as revealed -though this proclamation may deplore them either would are many opportunities
;
communicates His will, His bread. with' if watch for be moments of sleht contemplation -
we them.
in His Law. be, it is most eloquent, and feel that to the
see body as
mind His truth to Lucidly as explainthe
in the worldcan us. you may our efforts at Christ gave us the sacraments -, when fbd can
anywhere
God's glory & familiar anyone sacred is to contradict the plain
read and understand, if And in verses 8-11 the psalmist use of water in Baptism, prayer, it is a a for our spiritual health, speak (wordlessly, a/'we/ have
phrase, surely. evidence the It Is
But what precisely Is this only he will be silent and letnature's piles up adjective upon adJective of write the senses. off- and the place of material elements comfort to re- not for physical or psycholog. spoken) In His tun to our
to body -
to describe how perfectthe simpler in all the sacraments, member that God asks of us ical health. The sacrament 'of heart.
Rlory"? Quite film ply, It is voice. ,impart its most they are afflicted with it at the /"
Law is. you may find your questioner only that we do our best. It will
the external manifestationof important lesson to his mind penance forgive sins, butit These moments will come

God's infinite perfection.He and heart: It is more life-giving than the moment be free, they of it, meanwhile hope some they dayto unconvinced.roundabout He thinks it's all. may be that we are not pray- will not of itself cure a neurosis more easily If we>ry, habItual.ly .

possesses He is, all pos The psalmist singles out sun, for it lights one's path on resolutely turn their back on rather perhaps.He ing as well as we might wish; any more than it will cure to live our jves in union
for the his back to God. But is a plain blunt man. but, if we are praying as wellas tuberculosis. with God. '
attention
sible perfections in Himself., special sun, journey to
it. so speak. It
have
He would not done
But He is a pure Spirit and source of energy and of life. wonderful though it is, the we can, we are praying well. However, prayer and the This means th a t we beginour
I For man there Js only corruption .that if he had been God.
way it that
However is possible
hence invisible.We He does not adore it as his psalmist realizes that he needs sacraments can and will helpus day with i whole-hearted
in writing off the body. Ahwell!
can glimpse His beauty' pagan neighbors did, but he ad- God's help if he is to follow it some of us are more imperfectin to bear our crosses, physical offering of out day to God -

: and wisdom and power only mires it as a supreme manifes. perfectly, and so he ends his prayer than we need to be, and mental, until such all our thoughts, words, actIons -

t to the extent that He reveals:: tatlon of the life-giving powerof poem with a fervent prayer for Pope John XXIII simply because we understand time as we can find a cure joys and sufferings.

them to us. the Creator divine assistance ((12-15)). poorly the nature of prayer. for them. Under tie Midas touch of

'1 We all learned, In child. The great advantage of men our morning offering, our

I Students Urged to Follow hood, that prayer Is "the raising tal prayer is that it gives Goda day becomes one great

of our mind and heart to chance to speak to us, and prayer, every moment a

Question BoxChristian God." this is essential to fruitful source of eternal merit.
Vincent
Saint Example In spite of having learnedthe prayer.I Our mind will not consciously -

definition, a surprising am not saying that vocal be on God all the time. We
Tradition Includes'Whys'Q. THE Pontiff recently made his yearly visit to the Major number of persons think of prayer is to be abandoned. must give attention to our

I 1 Roman Seminary where he once studied. After celebrating .-prayer as "talking to God," as There are times and places work and other activities.

A Every once in awhile, man's loyalty to Christ duringthe Mass in the seminary chapel, Pope John then though words were the impor. when vocal prayer is the best However, the thought God

In conversation, a point on Questions should be ad. centuries came as a resultof exhorted the students to remember the example of Saint tant element in prayer. prayer; at Mass, for example, will, not be far below the sur

religion comes into discus dressed to Question Box, a young man's question, Vincent Pallotti. who was __ Some of our best prayer is and in other public services face. We shall find it easy to

sion. We want to ask a The Florida Catholic P.O. "Lord, what must I do to be canonized last month. tone' activity of tne iytn cen prayer in which we use no when we pray together. Thereare cast Him, nor and the n.a

Florida. saved?" when much had to be words at all. Silently turn times too when the mind / love.CTRANGE .
Priest, but hesitate, perhaps Box 3551, Orlando, The Pope in his address to tury, so we quick glance
because of the untimelyhour The great scene wherein St the students singled out three rebuilt after the damaging upheavals our thoughts to God In a spiritof I

for a similar reason. Peter received his divine commission in the Church. He was reverence. We think of Him, /
or information. We characteristic traits of PallottU
Besides he might think we simply can to take charge of the not satisfied with just ordinary of His goodness and His mercy
remember all have "his wise formation of souls, BU-T T
not we newly-founded Church follows work but looked for Our heart in
A are foolish to ask what to his constant veneration of Our pastoral perhaps. moves RUE
him is a simple matter of learned. Our Lord's pointed question. Lady, and his manifold apos- new ways to have souls know an act of gratitude to Him, or J Little-Known Facts for

catechism. Should we bother The young especially, while "Whom do men say that I am?" and love God." we experience a sense of shame ......
tolate for the Kingdom of By M. J. MURRAY Off***BO.KC.WO.JbnTKf
him anyway? apparently learning their religion We hope that, through the Christ." Applying the Saint's exampleto and sorrow at not having done

very well, do not always regular inquiry classes at the the Priesthood, Pope John more for Him.
He said that St Vincent who
.
A. Asking questions Is perhaps come to a live realization of parishes, adults will find the PIL t GREAT
continued We think His lovablenessand
of '
commonest to died at the age of 55 in 1850, 7'.4q; STATUE Cf
our avenue the content of what they have The Question Box
answer. insisted on purity in his spiritual "It Is not enough to do wish that we could love M4 CHRISTTHE
learned. Until life's problems whets the
merely appetite. Him more ardently perhaps resolve -
;
"as the
charges
special good to a single person. The
,
teach-
emphasize a particular However, If our Question Box badge of distinction in their that we shall try harderto KING
ing, they seldom are aware of brings even one reader to in- ray of salvation must extendto NCAR.usooa
deserve His love. All thisis "
chosen vocation. '
ftor y a its full meaning.A quire further by way of the He continued: two, three, a hundred a done-or can be done-with I F WiIIII __ it,

question indicates an parish adult classes It will "Above everything else the thousand persons. out any words at alL Jw ILH1! !

awareness of lack of full knowl. have served its purpose well. "And not only to those who and
This
Priest must be pure. He must activity of mind
edge. are near us, but as much as '. :' : : .i it(111,111, ii
Q. Are Cardinal Newmanand have in his soul the habitual heart is called mental prayer,
,: He would Indeed be foolish and almost inborn intentionsand possible also to those who live as distinct from vocal prayer. :'II I
Bishop Neumann the in distant lands. From one
Published Try Friday who would divorce himself impulses toward that spot- To make more graphic the ; ;;_.,.I
is here r
another lighted
FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc. from the obligation imposed same person? lessness desired by the holy of spark nature of mental prayer let us

r.O. Box 3531 GArdc 3-3438 upon him by Truth Itself to A. No. Cardinal Newman wasa holies, for in this is his',and there and soon the power- imagine a father standing at .
Colonial DrUe, Orlando and doctrine
138 East ful fires of charity -
continue searching for knowl- strength and the source of his a window, watching his children -
Subscription In U.s.A. and Canada, convert from the Church of lighted."A p
$4.00 per year: other countries edge until life here is no more. every consolation." are playing in the yard. Wordlessly .9 'I, : -W "! '.
$5.00. No Catholic can ever say that England who spent much of Pope John told the seminarians Priest cannot be the alert he gazes at the children .;: :. ''' ka''y' ,r4i "' n

The Florida Catholic Press II Association a memberof he knows enough. Unless he is his life during the last century that the dominant". .and zealous disciple of Jesus while his heart goes out to .S.. :. : a urmbLic; ACQLSZD.s NAMZC O4S1W4 AKXMO THE TJ
Catholic
and the the National Catholic Welfare able to give his inquiring lecturing and writing. trait in Pallottl's life was hU :fota limited territory or en- them in an act of love and pro- KICJT0IH c&cnjKf AND my we eo of in*HIOOLX

Conference New Service. Bogner neighbor a satisfactory explan- Bishop Neumann was the devotion to the Blessed. .nment-though his efforts tectiveness; with a determination THMKSGMX9 KM KXTUCAi'tOf iKftcr A6IS 4MD Acre atCOMT or 6i1 TO-CASPA RrPRKIMT*-me THf

and. Martin.Entered publishers'as second representative. class mall- ation for the Faith he himself third Bishop of Philadelphia Virgin Mary. : :'..belong in a special way to that too, to be a good fatherto HCWtD MtffXrA OLocrr. MOCHIOR MJOOLT-ACIO VINO

May 1, 1959 at Orlando. Florida holds, he must continue his noted particularly for his piety "He was seen every day and:to which obedience assigns them. cv.'A 26F1 BALTHAZAR TMC XXW6ZJT.WAS.

under the Act of March 3. 1S79. own search. and dedication to the poor. at every hour of the day pass him-but he must long to Similarly, in mental prayerwe

spread the fire of Christ where- "look at" God, and our
The Importance of the ques- ing among ,the people holding
tion is apparent in Our Lord's Q. Do you have to go to I in his right hand a little: picture -ever he sees its need or possibility. -heart goes out to Him in an

father Vincent E. Smith Confession before you receive of Mary which he offeredfor ." act of love. Perhaps with our

Executive Editor life.Note that It was not until Holy Communion? the veneration of all," he The Pope noted that among love are mixed sentiments of DMDUT CATMOUC AttMrt Uf f,

Editors: MUt.&. Hell.lsJ.ltph Jane QnlanMark His Apostles had asked Him said. those who fell under Pallotti's gratitude, or of repentance or AuoaRoeo
A. No-the only time you are pTxa-isoT)it
A. RoBlcr how they should pray that He Commenting on the newSaint's -holy Influence were the Eng of renewed and more generous LOOKTD ON AS O* C*TUTRxMoars

4nrt1e1n Manage gave them and us the Our required to go to Confession Is labors in the apostolate lish Cardinals Nicholas Wlse- IoyaltyThis* or pcD MOOUMHttreu me uu cr L' OS4ITL rnPrRcvsIoMlmysrAI

Father. when you have committed a the Pope said: "He was an'outstanding -man, Henry Manning, and John is a moment .of prayer lOt54t'Ti

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Through God's strength to pilot me:

., 'f'. 1 _____ God's might to uphold me.' Cardinal Tells of Council'sLessons
God's wisdom to guide me, ,

-4 God's eye to look before me, .. 'n. for Today's WorldST.

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1:1 God's ear to hear me, .. t '

S t. Pafric, 5 God's word to speak for me,
kinds of unity and
\ : God's hand to guard me, t LOUIS (NC-There are many

God's way to lie before me, ',, .. some are more easily attainable than others, Joseph Cariinal -

LoricaI God's shield to protect me, ; : Hitter has reminded mutual respect and good faith

God's host to save me nere. Cardinal said.The .
4. .: really are,
From snares of devils, :; "We can take courage In the Second Vatican Conntil -

r From temptations of vices, progress that has been made," convened by Pope John

f ,, From everyone who shall wish me ill, the Archbishop of St. Louis XXIII, "without a doubt,"

4 t.k\S Afar and anear, told 1000 persons at the 35th has contributed greatly to

I -P Alone and in a multitude. .j annual Brotherhood dinner. the spirit of understandingand
arise I today OJ// "
'Some forms of unity, he brotherhood that "i*
Through a mhnty! strength, the Invocation of the I summon today all these powers between m'e and those said, "will have to wait upon happily abroad In today's

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Trinity, / evils, the consultations of experts,, world," he added.

Through a belief in the threeness, Against every cruel merciless power that may oppose but there isn't a person in the The dignity of man as a human -
Through a confession of the oneness
my body and soul 1, world who is not qualified to being is "our common
Of the Greater of Creation.
Against incantations of false prophets, be an expert in matters of mu- bond and our bond of friendship
!
tual respect, trust and toler- ," the Cardinal said.
Against black laws of pagandom,
I arise todzf .
ance. There is neither time The prelate said **we are
Through tie strength of Christ's birth with His Against false laws of heretics, the dark
nor reason to curse now in an age of transition"and
Baptisn. Against craft of Idolatry; : ness." the Second Vatican Council -
of His crucifixion with His burial :4
Through strength Against spells of women and smiths and wizards, The divisions of creed are has been a highlight in the

Throughthe asceision strength of His resurrection with His Against every knowledge that corrupts man's body and ; beginning to unite in a "spiritof "era of change."

understanding" because "we For the Bishops he said, the
Throug": the strength of His descent for the judgment SOUL
realize what
: \ 11// are beginning to Second Vatican Council was a
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of, oom. .,
'S summarized
Christ shield me today J lesson "which
Pope Shows simply said Though many,
I arU? today Against poison, against burning, '"
we are one.
Thrctgh the strength of the love of Cherubim, Against drowning, against wounding,

In ciedience of angels, .. So that there may come to me abundance of reward, How CharityCan RomeNEW
Pilgrimage to
Inipe service of archangels,
Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me,
In.1ope of resurrection to meet with rw rdf'. Increase YORK (XC)-Francis

IrPrayer of patriarchs, "- Christ In me, Christ beneath me Christ above me, Cardinal Spellman will lead a

!'predictions of prophets, ." Christ on my right, Christ on my left, : I VATICAN CITY (XC)-The pilgrimage expected to Include

31 preachings of apostles, Christ when I lie down, Christ when I sit down, Christ long and difficult road toward some 3000 persons going to
n faith of confessors, WINDOW IN NATIONAL SHRINE Rome for the March 17 beatification -
gt when I arise, Christian unity will be shortened
thin Innocence of holy virgins, Mother Elizabeth Seton depicted in stained glass was of Mother Seton.
Christ in the heart, of every man who thinks of me, by constantly strength-
fiU In deeds of righteous men. placed in one of three new chapels in the National Shrine ening the bonds of charity, Sponsors say it will be the
Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of me,
by
pilgrimage
tri of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, just priorto Pope John XXIII has said: largest religious
I arise Christ in every eye that sees me, to date. Members will
:50:; today her beatification in Rome, March 17. here. airplane
Through the strength of heaven: Christ in every ear that hears me. depart from New York on three

Light of sun, Archbishop Cody SaysBeatification speaking The Bishop last week of to Rome members was separate dates March 13, 14

Radiance of moon I arise today and 15. It will involve plane
I of the general chapter of the
I Splendor of fire, Through a mighty strength, the invocation of the Ukrainian Rite Order of Ba- from six airlines.
Speed of lightning, of Mother The pilgrimage Is being spon-
The
Trinity, silians of St. Josaphat.
Swiftness of wind, sored by the Mother Seton
Depth of sea, :' Through a belief in the .threeness, Seton will VocationsROME Basilian monks were accom Guild. It represents the seven
elected
Spur
their
newly
panied by
Stability of earth, Through a confession of the oneness American communities of Sis-
superior general, protoarchl-
Firmness of rock. Of the Creator of Creation. tern of Charity which trace
(NC-The forthcoming beatification of Mother: mandrite Athanaslus Welykyl, their origin to Mother Seton,

lizabeth: Seton foundress of the Sisters of Charity in the who is also secretary of the United
Patrick brought ChrUtlan faith t the first native-born
Sometimes St. Patrick's LorIC' Is referred to as 'The Song or the Deer haglogrl.vht'n have 8ald. St. ,
pagan Ireland. "Lorlca" Is a Latin 'Word. Capitalized In English, it means 'The Drea.tplato of St- PatrickA lortc was a piece or armor In days United States, will have "an encouraging effect on vocations Second Vatican Council's commission States citizen to be beatified.JACKSONVILLE.
of old, first made or leather. Later It was like a vest made ot metaL on the Oriental
This nralon of a fragment of St. 'atrkk's writings 13 an exposition <*his own deep faith. he cast himself Into th. bands of Almighty God [ according to Archbishop John P. Cody of New Churches.The -
Who rules evel'7thln St. Patrick Is thought to have been born late In the fth centul'7. lie established the primatlal See of Ireland at Arma.gh Orleans.
about the middis of the 5th c------. lie dirt---- and was buried in I. Ireland about 461. Ills teast is traditionally ot rv.d on March 11. Pope John XXIII "has been Pope told the Eastern
"Her beatification will prob--
very much Interested in this Rite monks that as a young
Washington Letter ably be an inspiration to "
Honors Archbishop cause. Priest he had been Impressedby HOME
to examine the
young women .
The Archbishop's own In the variety of the rites STAIR-GLIDE
MELBOURNE\ (NC-A testimonial religious life," he said. terest In the March 17 beatification Elevator
,within the one Church.
Hemisphere Warned of will be installed ,Archbishop Cody, apostolic -
Menace organ stems from the fact that Rental or Ja.y! T rra
administrator of New Orleans By this, he said, he was led
.In St. Patrick's Cathedral hereto New Orleans Is the site of the in and love batched la I... ttaa ..
who is in Rome for meetingsof to greater interest
SOME jarring thoughts on the threat of communism in this hemisphere were evoked note the episcopal jubilee of the ecumenical council's first authenticated miracle at.. for Eastern Rite Christians not mark hoar or Ber with trh** o.

a recent forum here. Speakers from more than a half dozen Latin American ,Archbishop Daniel Mannix of commission o n seminaries, tributed to Mother Seton's in. in communion with the Holy home. Aatomatl -pla.I. .

countries said the rise of Castro ism has greatly heightened the communist threat. but Melbourne, who will be 99 In studies and Catholic schools, tercession. The cure involvedwas *like for radio.normal PUIrwajrfro ate.
that of Sister Gertrude See.Today
is not the only problem. March. The Victoria state government spoke at a news conference he ," said the Pope, Reeve a. a I>atnbwaiter. -|
American countries keep awake He added that while Castro'sImage ; Korzendorfer, who recovered I
They emphasized that the has become somewhat and the Melbourn' held because of his concern at of "many misunderstandings between
and alert"But instantaneously from cancer MEYER ASSOC.
threat Is not to the United city council each gave to the what he called the meager us are no longer so
blurred in Latin America, "he the in 1935.Officials .
Dr. Manuel A. Do pancreas I ,823 C anlBham Koad.Jaeknonvllle .
States alone, but to all nationsin testimonial fund, which also received press given the announcementof acute and stronr. There is Florida
Vurona the is still, however, a symbol for; 16.
of
l"x.presici
this half of the world and : q the gifts as far away as' the American widow's imminent everywhere a deare for brotherhood
all of them must cooperate in senate of Cuba, sau ..Castro great segments of popula Britain Ireland, the United beatification. HearCitizens' and for putting into
tlon in Latin America which
meeting It; that It Is not Cuba greatly facilitating thspread States and Canada. 'J ; Archbishop Cody said,that effect the wish (tor unity) expressed -
.ofcornmunLsm4."Before '". "I', .. "consider themselves the vic-' .. ; by the Saviour to the
overthrowbad
enough merely to
., tins of economic and social hi 7 Group
g governments, but j justice the soviet dosnlna Father in the Cenacle.
social tlon of Cuba" he, said,/'com- j justice. "Jt is to continueto T==ICUMOAL
economic and Smut necessary
political Protesting
Dr. De Varona said the peo-
-must be guaranteed to the munbt subversion inr latin pies of Latin America "are already Worth-W,tile Books strengthen th$ bonds of

peoples,of the various nations. America was carried out on WASHINGTON' (XC) -A charity, thus preparing the
limited scale.rRussia's alert and In a belllgeren TKU ll.t .( Cath.U. book .'leased recently wa. prepared byity citizens' from New York, effective
a un-
Readers of the Catholic | group way for ever more
press "
mood but that "a new strategy" .
the Library of the CathoIIo Unlnl' of Am.rlea.prlmarlly ,
are familiar 'with all of these great distance madeIt the City told Justice Department derstanding, pending the com
is needed to meet
disclosures. However, the fact very dlfi.cult'to; establish a "Castro-communist challenge." ANDERSON, FLOYD. Gold. for students on the officials here that national, ing of God's hour. It is a long iRoit.roSTEAKS

that the speakers carried impressive satellite in this hemisphere, he Rush Bishop. (Bruce. $2.50)). college and university level, distributors threatened to with.. and difficult road which calls
credentials' and often asserted, adding that "the Without this new strategy, Historical novel for adolescents their chaplains and librarians. hold news magazines and other for confidence and perseverance. Foot .! floater St. Viaduct
XL 4SitsL'LIARLI
attacked the problem from a failure of the communist at- he said, "we run the risk of In the Catholic treasury GARDINER, HAROLD and publications from retailers who ."

new angle gave this particular tempt In Guatemala demonstrated soviet Imperialism extendingits series, about Irish-born Bishop WALSH, MOIRA. Tenets forM refused to handle sexy publica.
all Latin
domination to Patrick I Viewers. (America tions. -
impact. this fact. Manogue. o v e -

meeting The proximity new of Cuba to The conquest of Cuba America, and"even to the BIBLE. 0. T. PSALMS The Press. 50 cents. paper). Essays The group presented an affidavit ;'S A.STS.R.LI: : : N'G .fA'Jt M' _C.Y'

the United States is only In- "opened up unexpected horizons United States. Book of Psalms, with a' commentary dealing with norms for a good from a magazine retailer -- '

cidental to the problem" of to the imperialistic designs Gonzalo Ortiz, former Costa by Philip King. '(Paul- film and standards for the who claimed that tie-in sales PRESCRIPTION $ERVICDrag

communism in this hemisphere of Russia," he declared. Rican ambassador to the U.S., st Press. 50 cents. paper). formation of mature movie- arrangements were used to Ire.. ricknp,and Coimrtle.Delivery Clear and Camera LB>ch*..p.I1ID..t.and Soda Bat

said Horacio Estol.U. Joaquin Belaguer, former said that "If something is not Second part in the series ot ,goers. compel retailers to take magazines tOJt BUndinr Blvd. >,V I013C.0115
done quickly, effectively ancon commentaries the GHEON HENRI. Secrets of considered objectionable. D. Q. EA8TERLIXO. OwaerMaaaterACCREDITED
S. correspondent for Clarin president of the Dominican Republic texts and on < which are -

in Argentina. Only just returned said "Cuba has converted a basis of Inter-American Psalms. Tho 'Saints. (Image Books. .

from his own country, herself into a tremen- cooperation among the peoplesand BOCHENSKI, JOSEPH and 125. paper). Complete reprintof The citizens1 group are SCHOOL OF XURSIXOST.

he aId "Castroism can only dous focus of agitation covering governments of the hemisphere N I E M EYE R, GERHART. four biographies originally members of "Operation York- VINCENT'S HOSPITAL

be stopped if all the 'Latin the whole hemisphere." I fear I must predict Handbook on Communism published by Sheed and Ward. yule," a community banded .

that within six years half of] (Praeger. $8.50)). A symposiumby HUME, RUTH and PAUL. into a venture to combat in. JACKSONVILLE
Latin America will be under Conducted by the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul
15 specialists published under The Lion of Poland. (Haw- decent literature.

I s c H 0 0 L S soviet domination" the auspices of the Center thorn. $2.95)). Biography for The citizens delegation came Particulars Emml Apply&bur- Director, MarylandFor School of Nursing

"The promise of Justice for Soviet Eastern European children 10-14 of Ignace here to discuss with Justice

which should be made to Cuba Studies, University of Notre Fader wskL Department officials interstate

ACADEMY.SAINT and to all our peoples is that, Dame. MASTERSON, REGINALD. aspects of magazine distribution -
SAINT JOSEPH'S once an end is put to political CIARDI, JOHN. The Wish Seeking The Kingdom. (B. and other matters pertaining BROWN MOTORSBody

AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA and is restored -Trer. (Crowell-Collier. $1.95). Herder. $5.25)). A guide to
liberty obscenity.
corruption
Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12 to combatting Body & Fender Work- Baked Enamel or Lacquer
and
Academic and commercial courses Fully accreditedMusic a vigorous program will Story for prschool early Christian 'living; articles re- Father Morton A. Hill S.J., Insurance Claims Handled Promptly

:4 Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor be launched to provide efficient grade children. printed from "Cross and told newsmen that obscenity Seat Covers and Convertible Tops

( further particulars address: Sister Directress methods of work and adequate DOOLEY, AGNES. Promisesto Crown." was now a $2 billion racket in Pick Up and Delivery Service
compensation for this labor." Keep. (Farrar, Straus & Cud NATIONAL CATHOLIC ALMASAC this country and involves the

ihy. $4.95)). Biography written 1963. (St. Anthony distribution of millions of

ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES Dr. De Varona said "the by the mother of Dr. Thomas Guild Press and Doubleday. magazine copies. Howard P. 8-7407
Is
Castro-communlsthreat provoking Dooley. ,$2.95). Reference book which William of the Justice Depart-
Resident and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully in Latin America an DROUIN, EDMOND G., The includes articles on the papal ment's criminal division said 1244 Kings Ave. \
ace-edited. includes: college preparatory and general! alarming flight of capital anda Catholic University .. of
I Program School Question. ( .peace plan, the morality his office would look into the
music art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy considerable decrease in private America Press SOUTHSIDEYOUDWiters ,
I comes, 0 f nuclear testing, desegregationof evidence presented by the
; I Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa Honida.I investments." 17.50)). A bibliography or'hurchstate Catholic schools, role of the group.

Mr. Ortiz said mass mediaIn relationships IE laity and other topics. L I

the U.S. give our people a American education, 1940-1960 SHEEN, FULTON J., Bishop.
I ACADEMY
ROSARIAN Latin Amer Focus. An annotated bibliography -. These are the Sacrament
of
beautiful wrong picture McDonald's! hamburger
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twelve. Fully
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buildings. All sports, music, art, dramatics. He said "our people want,to I
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address: Registrar, thers. (Washington,
Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog=: "
work. '
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I He added it is not enough Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. $1, WILKIN, ESTHER. I Go to 5i -

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Rhode island Plans Budget to Start .4i4. .kI Mr Council/ Now



Textbook Sharing Program for All f '5 .- I 1fbL_I#' \ Under Study


| VATICAN CITXC'The)

PROVIDENCE (NC-A budget to launch Rhode Island's new program of lending |: Vatican council's commission

textbooks to private school pupils will be sent to the general assembly within two weeks. r i .'- F ____ C : for the lay apostolate, press

This was announced by Governor John H. Chafee after he signed the new program and entertainment met here to

into law on February 27. examine revisions of projects
commissioner of education recommend any textbooksof a _
include concerning the Church's rela
The legislation to
with publishing each year a sectarian nature or contain __ _
pupils of parochial and other tion to mass communicationsand
'
list of approved textbooks for ing sectarian material which
private schools in the state's the activities of the laity
use in non-public 'schools. for any reason would not be
textbook aid last month passed The schedule called<< for
_
The commissioner is instructed proper for use in the public
the senate by voice vote and two days < work on a new
in the law to make schools, the law states.
the house by a 68 to 7 margin. draft of ih\ council project
the books impartial on reli- Rhode Island has an estimated -
Monsignor Arthur T. Geoghegan on mass communication The
gious matters. "He shall not in non-
51,000 pupils
superintendent of Catholic Council Path,\s had asked for

schools in the Providence diocese public elementary and second- this revisionist November
Palm schools. About 49,000 of I]
BayST. ary "
whose school board originally ,1 27. \ ,
these students are in Catholic it
requested the textbookaid JOSEPHA 1.1'i .. This was toe followed by
.
.
.
in confidence schools. They' make up about ,! ,. ,. ":,.. : four of cibferences ,j
1961, expressed pre-Lenten banquet marked )... '4 If days polishing
25 cent of the total school : .
that the law "does not the installation of officers of per the largest Catholic 'C'" ........;... ,... .<. :.:- .---=- -!"" .:...: '. .. y : a final drift on the lay

constitute directly or indirectlyan the St. Joseph parish Catholic school population enrollment, percentage in ST. PATRICK GUILD ELECTS OFFICERS, JACKSONVILLEMrs. apostolate. Some members of

establishment of religion." Women's Club, Palm Bay. Father the 50 states. : Eugene Darche installed officers of the Ladies- ningham, Mrs. George Walters Sr., Mrs. Frank Strick. the commission hk prepared a

Children attending parochialand Joseph Barry, pastor of Guild of St. Patrick parish in Jacksonville recently. The land, Mrs. E. H. Beane Jr. and Mrs. Darche; standing, preliminary draft YFI this IUD--

other private schools in three will Our Lady of Lourdes parish, In signing a statement of the accompanyinghis law, Governor principal speaker was Father Daniel Cullen (above). Mrs. James Lott, Mrs. M. Dalton, Mrs. Louise Pope and ject at a January 'sion.
now be lent textbooks It was disclosed ft the
Melbourne, was the guest Chafee said the legislation Pictured are both outgoing and new officers, seated Mrs. Norman Devine. Mrs. Strickland turned the presi- com
subjects-science, mathematicsand munique on the coA-ening of
speaker. Palm Bay's Priests answered a "reasonable from the left: Mrs. John Robertson, Mrs. John Cundent's duties over to Mrs. \Valters.Missionaries' .
modern foreign languages.The attended, the event. the current meetint)%that the


community books! will school be providedby com brought:Mrs. ,Joseph greetings Schoebert from the Diocesan request""It is Important," he said, Rights Denied By \ Mass Guide I mass council's media vote project approing Vi substance the

mlttees upon request. The Council of Catholic "that all our children get the and giving dictions

state Mill pay between 25 and Women for which she is pres- best possible education andI scxU.\Y, )far<"h 10 for its condensation Id revision -
Moslem I of Sudan
Misuse Courts in
50 per cent of the cost. ident. The 'installation was believe this measure! will :nd Sunday of 1.f'nt. (:Mass had been almos 'man.

The law charges the state held at. the Trade Winds Hotelin help in accomplishing this of Sunday, Creed, Prefove of imous. The tally waljlSS

For Encyclopedia Indiatlantic.Mrs. goal. NAIROBI, Kenya (NC-The Sudan's :Moslem-dominated government is misusing LenO. in favor and 15 opposed.!

NEW YORK (NO -"The : John Troyer, Melbourne "This measure, I believe, the courts in its crackdown on missioners in that neighboring country's predominantly :MONDAY, :March it Meanwhile, the theo1y

Origips of Christian Philos Catholic Women's Club past meets the constitutional requirements Christian and pagan southern region, it is contended in reports reaching here. Mass! of Lenten' wcei.diy' commission (on faith d

as set forth by the Preface' of Lent). morals) is continuing
and "The Communion ofSaints" president, installed these officers Accounts charge that: Moslem:
ophy" the 99th and 100th : Supreme Court. judges from the north preside school which had been a mission but said a suspicion still re- TUESDAY, March 12 meeting, which began lat"

are in the Mrs.. Frederick Heartz, pres- Later, William P. RobinsonJr. ing over courts in the south school prior to its national- flamed' and jailed the mis.. (Mass of Lenten weekday, in Ff'bruary.The \

volumes, respectively White ., state commissioner of education ization in 1957. The followingday Moner! for e\-en days. 2nd of Pope St. commission for rellgloi\
Twentieth Century' Encjclo- ident; :Mrs: ,Richard ignore testimony favorable to prayer
of Catholicism publishedhere vice-president; :Mrs. James Ed- in commenting on the missionary defendants, help students from a number of Observers here note that the Gregory I, Pref.iee of Lent). has concluded its series
pedla list of textbooks he must draw mission and other schools in Sudanese government has issued WEDNESDAY, March 13 meetings, which began on Feb
by Hawthorn- Books, Inc. man, Mrs. :Marvin Livingston, the prosecution and show prej--
"The Origins of Christian recording and corresponding up. said he would invite recommendations udice against all Christians southern Sudan went out on two different explanationsfor (Mass of Lenten weekday' ruary 20 and ended March 1.

Philosophy" was written by secretaries; -Mrs. Bonar Phela- for books" from brought before them. The reports -strike. the ouster of missioners.A Preface of Lent). The commission for semin-

Claude Tresmontant of the national baum, treasurer.Father "any interested party. also allege that officials Father Confalonieri was detained statement issued on February THURSDAY, March 1-1 aries, Catholic studies and

center of scientific research Peter Dolan spoke his He stressed that Catholic have tried to bribe witnessesto for about two weeks and 11 by minister of interior (Mass of Lenten weekday, education also has completedits

In Paris; "The Communion appreciation'tp the outgoing of- school authorities would have testify against missioners. then released without trial. Mohamed:: Ahmed Irwa declared Preface of Lent). meetings. These began on

of Saints" by Father Em- ficers for the leadership they no more standing in the selection Meanwhile, observers here The case was dropped for lackof that since the Sudan won Independence FRIDAY, March 13: February 21 and ended March

ilien Lamirande O.M.I., a pro- had given the club. Mrs. Anthony process than "any person have noted that the Sudanese evidence when Father Con. in 1956 it has (Mass of Lenten weekday, 2.

fessor at the University of Ot Knecht is outgoing pres who has an interest in this government has issued conflict- falonieri proved he had been sought to bring the schools under Preface of Lent).

ident. matter." for the expulsionfrom 15 miles away from the schoolon state control and "put an SATURDAY, March 16
tawa. ing reasons ORLANDO
N _" "" "" -'-""""""" the date in
w southern Sudan of more question spend- end to the missionary societies' (Mass of Lenten weekday

than 120 missionariesincluding -ing the night with another control over education." Preface of Lent).
WINTER PARK
93 Catholics-in recent Priest. This policy; he said entailed SUNDAY, March 17

months. Late in January, the case''the appointment of Sudanese 3rd Sunday of Lent. (Mass

Reports received here say was reopened and Father Con- teachers to replace mission- of Sunday, Creed' Pieface ofLent

hat Father Mario Piotti falonieri was confronted with aries, who "have become redundant ). BILL BARDOE
four witnesses all Moslem "
'.S.CJ. since expelled from FORD FACTORY DEALER

ti le Sudan-and a catechistere Arabs who said they had In January, the ministry of Expert TourismROME
on SAVE ON YOUR
seen him leave the school information and labor had
tried in a court in Wau
5. while they were returningfrom charged that the missionerswere (NO) -The ecumenical NEW CAR DEALPh.
February
with a wedding feast. being ousted not because council will have an expert -
charged .
They were
"
It vLi .. ,? I. *., f ft. aching catechism to chilen The judge accepted their testimony they had become "redundant," on tourism when It reconvenes .

'j in violation of the 1962 without question but but because of their "proven interference in September.
.
"
........ I > -1 .. closely examined the evidence in affairs outside 6.5633331'W'
Societies' Act 4
... ,'. ,1".,'" 'c.'t: .. lissionary! At the clo of the first ) f
It ...: bich forbids missioners to given by the Priest with whom their religious responsibilitiesin

h. ,.?"! r. r ,.J,; "" :' ::A "v" ) he; religious instruction to Father Confalonieri had spent a manner which might disturb Italian congress for pastors of St.

,: I l' .":1:., :ir' "i. .< ,, 1: atLtk hildren under 18 withouthe tIle night. law and order in a section tourist fesorts, it was an-

/ 1 ,"';;;:- "" ) 1 written consent of their He is said to have admitted of the country." l nounc that Pope John XXIII

.: .i.i't: r ';,;,,-,: parent,: given in the presenceof that the case against the Such charges arc; patently has named tjic organizer of the PLAN YOURSHOPPING
government official-, Priest could not be proved false.
OFFICERS PAST AND PRESENT AT PALM BAY a righi O.P., to be a council expert with the help of advertisementsin

*. installed officers of the Catholic Women's Club of St. Joseph usually Moslem policeman. "on matters of tourism." TilE FLORIDA CATHOLIC
Outgoing and newly Piotti's reminded -
Father attorney
parish in Palm Bay are, from left, :MrS: Anthony Knecht, Mrs. Frederick Heartz, Mrs. the court that the Try This Kitchen Treat ..

I Ii :Marvin Livingston, :Mrs. James Edman, :Mrs. Bonar Phelabaum, Mrs. James the Marshall of, Priest had not given any in- MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN

Mrs. Richard White and Mrs. Louis Michels. Mrs. Knecht turned over gavel struction to children himself
'
COMPLETE DINNERS TO GO
office to Mrs. Heartz. and that it had been given only
the president's
by the catechist who is not Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00

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legally bound DY me iyoz; jaw. Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95
beforeLeaion
THIS LIST
CONSULT But the judge said the Priest
of Decency going to the theatre. Films Fish Dinner' $100Shrimp
because he
3 rated morally objectionable areRates was guilty gave.a

New Movies published in the third issue fMarch catechism book to the catechistand Dinner $1.15| |

( 7. 1 6J) each month. was therefore himself giving NOW 4 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
.
WEST CHURCH ST. religious instruction to 11\). 17-92 Fern Pai k TK-8-53I4

Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage children. He said the catechistwas 2740 S. Orange RI. Tn Orlando CH M222

FISH MARKET Almost Angels It's Only Money Road Search to for Hong Paradise Kong also guilty because he had : C ; a Surer Star & Pine Hills Rd. CV 3-0202
Best of Enemies Jumbo Kdgewater & Lee ltd. 293-9839
FRESH SEAFOOD ALWAYS Coming 'Out Party Longest Day, The berengeti Shall Not Die helped a missionary violate

LOBSTERS OYSTERS Constantine and the Kill or Cure Sergeants 3Seen Sudanese law. The Verona
Make Way for LilaMarco Seas to Calais
Cross .
CLAMS, SHRIMP Dalton Who Polo Story of the Fathers, to which Father Piotti

CRABMEAT, SNAPPER Got Away Masters of the Count of belongs, were 'fined $30 the
Defiant Congo Jungle Monte CnstoStowaway
Damn the in the Sky Priest was fined $15 and the
546 W. Church GA 2-2326 Day Mars Invaded Merrills Marauders
the "EarthEscape Mothra Sun of Flubber catechist $5. *
Tammy and the Doctor ; 1'w
from East Mr. Hobbs Ta.ku.
Berlin 4 Vacation Tarzan, the Ape Man Father Piotti was brought to

Follow that Dream Music Man Tarzan Goes to India court on a similar charge, 'last

The year-round Gay Purr e No Man Is an Island Teenage Millionaire October. At that time, reports __

cookbook with ..../ : Gigot Harold Lloyd'a World No Papa's Place Delicate Like HomicideSOO Titan Spartan., The eyewitnesses declared that L-

a special ., Hatari of Comedy" Password Condition is Courage Trojan We'll Bury Horse You police tried to recruit witnesses Add new flavor to delectable brown. Serve hot Makes 12

Lenten Hold that Line Phantom Planet Valley of the Dragons to testify against him. corn muffins by' stirring ,in medium-sized muffins.

1I0nermoonachlne Phantom of White Huntress People were asked if they grated cheese and olive slices. __ _ _ _ .
flavor How the West the Opera Wonderful World of knew whether Father Piotti
Was Won Pirates of Tortuga the Brothers GrimmIn It's easy when you begin with Inn

THE l' Search of ReptilicusKaen. You Have to Run had baptized any'children. corn muffin mix, for you just Gary'sDuck

The Cutaways Ring a. The DingRhythm Young Fast Guns of Texas When they answeredno: the stir in cheese and olives before GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE

ART OFCREOLE Invasion Star Creature of the Zotz 'police asked: "Why do you say adding the usual .egg and FINEST SEAFOOD AND

no? If you say yes, we will mix. cheese '
for Adults and AdolescentsA ,milk to the The ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE

rirorallyUnobjectionable give you money." ,melts while the muffins bake Phone GA 4-4531
"
Cfcrtd Is Waiting Ghost of Dragstnp Requiem for a. ] \
All Night Long Hollow Heavyweight Another case reported here to a golden brown, and,results 3974 So. Or. Bl. Trail ;
COOKERYby Barabbas Girls. Girls, Girls Roman Holiday involves Father Angelo Con: are melt-in-your-mouth good.
William I. Kaufman Belle Somraers Guns of Darkness Samson and the Seven falonieri F.SCJ., vice rectorof
the little muffins into a
Hook TheHorirontal Miracles of the World Pop
and Sitter Unula Billy Budd Grow this miniature
Mary
Sardonicus the minor seminary in Wau.
0.P. Bridge. to the SunBurn Lieutenant napkin-lined basket and they're Herman J. Heidrich
Cooper, \
WItch, Burn Huns, The Savage Guns Last October police arrested .
to rush, piping hot to
ready Florida
tree
Shame of theCenturion
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I "lissouri RulingCorrectional ..:: ": : [ ::<,y::.. '.' ,. ". 4 The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 8, 1963 Page Seven

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Open to More Classes Children To :.t1(;;: ,- Yankees Hope Rookie Learns



. I- JEFFERSON CITY (NC-Missouri's attorney general E; ; Florida Lessons on Stardom
has held t'C
that children schools
attending non-public can ; easier to rationalize is the politicians affinity for

benefit from a tax-paid program of special education for MUCH
tI than that of Italian ballplayers for
handicapped in St. Louis
---- county. judged to -be In need of .,. I k Yankee Stadium, or vice versa.

speech and hearing therapy. '.f.i >' This year may see another Roman descendant addedto
I- Attorney General Thomas F. 14 _
Eagleton's opinion said that This is about five per cent ; __ a star-studded list that dates back 45

the program of the special of the total enrollment in years. Newest member of Caesar's U. S.-

school district for handicapped county parochial and other j __ ___ -4, grown legion is Joe Pepitone, new in the

children begun in 1958, must private schools.Dr. sense that he starts as the Yankees' reg-

be open to all "without dis Morvin A. Wirtz, super- t.. .k,1rArPw \ __ _'---e, t '. V_ ular first baseman, replacing Bill Skowron, 1j
crimination." intendent of the special dis. .
traded recently to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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The trict, said in St. Louis that he ___ 7j
ruling means that part. "It's the fellow's job if he can holdit 'J
time thinks the new plan will be __ 4
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correctional classes con ____ "
ducted "working out very well by the Yankees' general manager Roy
_ by tax-paid instructors, next fall." __ Hamey advised recently. "And our man-
chiefly in speech and hearing,
Dr. ager, Ralph Houk feels certain he will.
will now be available in parochial Wirtz said the district ,

_ and other private schoolsin earlier had opposed extensionof i- For what it's worth, so do I. Pepitone has

I the county bordering the classes to non-public school the potential to be an excellent ballplayer. Being a left-

City of St. Louis.Previously pupils on the advice of the hander and a pull hitter to boot, he should find Yankee

a group of par- state office of education. Stadium architecture. nar-
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Now EVALUATOR FROM BOSTON VISITS WEST COAST SCHOOL
that
ents of handicapped children the attorney gen. ticularly inviting. managerial appointment. In

enrolled in Catholic schools eral has ruled, he said, "we St. Joseph School faculty, St Petersburg, met Dr. and Sister Frances Cabrini; standing, Mrs. A. Ga.sse, Mrs. "Once he overcomes the ten 1920 the burly outfielder had

complained that the special have a clear obligation to go Marie Gearan (center, seated) last week during her visit J. Giroux, Sister:Marie Celeste, Sister Agnes Rita, Mrs. A. sions common to a first-year his best year, hitting .295.

district had denied admittanceto ahead and carry out the rul to gather data for the diocesan evaluation of schools. She Rogers and Mrs. M. Wowak. Dr. Gearan is a cmber of regular, he figures to pump 30, Babe Ruth had joined the
"
their children unless they ing. met, at St. Joseph's, from the left, Sister Maria Assumpta .Boston College faculty. 40 home runs Into the right- Yankees that year.

were withdrawn from church- field seats," Hamey said. On road trips he roomed with
_
related enrolled John C. O'Brien If the Yankees' Bodie, or was supposed to. Life
schools and Special SesEducators9'sion Set AtConvention Italian tradi-
full-time in public schools. New Films tion Is to be kept alive next was too rich and gay for the

One result of the attorney Variety of CoIn mtents Found season It will be up to Brook- free-wheeling young Babe to
much of it In the
general's ruling will be that Reviewed recently and classified lyn-born Pepitone to supplythe squander arms
by tbo Legion of Decency of Morpheus."I .
the number of children bene- adrenalin.
dis Con gressi nal Record WASHINGTON NC I: active in "The fellow Is don't room with Ruth, I
fiting from the special ( Morally Unobjectionable for ( )- lay people support only 22, "

trict's program will increase by General Patronage of Catholic education will gel t a special briefing on current Hamey pointed out. "If he room with his suitcase. Signor

50; per cent next fall. HOW many Americans rea Ld the Congressional Record, BEAR, TilE (Fr.) problems during the conveni tion of the National Catholic doesn't make It this year he's Pezzolo, a stickler for facts,

There are an estimated sure to the next, or the next protested.
official of HOW TilE WEST WAS Educational Association.
journal t lIe of
proceedings ?
congress tive secretary of the associa Progressively t h a Italian
2500 children in parochialand after. Joe DIMaggio hecan't
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No WON MGM says
one knows for sure becai'use many copies are read by ( ) Invitations are being sent tion. colony expanded to Include
private schools who are OBSERVATION This filmis 'miss. By the way, DiMagIs
more than one : to men and women across the
person. "Poosh 'Em Up" Tony Lazzerl,
working with him In spring
think
people
transcript
merely a recommended to the
But best pa. country to take part in the session still
at the readershipmust Frank Crosettl ( around
of the Prelate training camp at Ft. Lauderdale -
official SeesInjustice
ORLANDO proceedIngs tronage of the entire familyas
I be one of the smallest of to be held on April 17, the ." after 30 years), Joe DiMaggio,

all the daily publications, for the and two the branches.speeches madein superior entertainment. second day of the conventionIn The six-foot-two, 185-pounder Marius Russo, Phil Rizzuto,

- FAIRVIEW the daily printing averages These Morally UnobjectionableFor } St. Louis, April 16 to 19. In has the basic requisites. A Victor Angelo RachI and Lawrence .
in
only 40,000 fact, make up buta Adults and Adolescents Topics for discussion Include long-ball bat Peter Berra, both of
_ Cleaners & Laundry small of the s u r e-fieldlng
copies. The part contents. TilE CENTURION (Ital.) how to inform the public about Federal Plan/ hands, strong arm and speed.There's whom came up the same year,
Featuring typical American But even the debates can be. Catholic education and how to '
Dependable Fabric Care PARANOIAC (Univ-Intl.) one rap on him. Too 46.Nor
probably absorbing reading, enlivened, increase interest of Catholicsin DODGE CITY (NC-Dodge) brashly ebullient. was Signor Pezzolo the
4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando has as many of them are by clashes Morally Unobjectionable schools.
never seen public City's Bishop Marion F. Forst Only the Yankees would first.

a copy of the between the members, often for Adults Federal aid to education also characterized as "a smoke view this as a demeaning In fact, the Yankees got him

J Complete Pest Control congres- ,- -I witty, sometimes bitter. The LOVE AND LARCENY (It.) will be treated. screen" the argument that characteristic. from Connie Mack's old AthletIcs -

_ LEWISCOBBEXTERMINATING sional house rules preclude attacks upon LOVE AT TWENTY This year's session grew out federal aid to private schoolsis Presumably part of 'DIMag'sJob Dolt Carailll had beatenhis
organ and is the character of a member, but unconstitutional."I Franciscan Di
(Embassy) fellow San ,
CO. of an informal meeting of lay will be to curb the young
unaware that members have been known to QUARE FELLOW, THE am more convinced than Mag, to the majors by three
I Incorporated 19 IS people during last year's NCEA man's enthusiasm for uninhib-
IStO Wilfred Dr.-P.O. Box 2148 he can obtainit get around them. (Irish) assembly in Detroit. ever," Bishop I! Forst said, ited expression and chronic years while Babe Pinelll, from

Orlando 241-3406 if he wantsto The files of the Record over TRIAL, TilE (Astor) will include "that depriving religious and wisecrackery. I the same sector, had made the
Speakers :
pay $1.50 a month. Membersof the years contain some of the private schools of federal aid A. perfect selection for the Reds In the early twenties.

congress and government officials finest contributions to American Morally Objectionablein John Donnelly of Holland, has only one purpose behind uniquely delicate task '. the The noblest Roman of them

: PAQUETTE MOTORS get their copies free. The humor. When the late Senator Part for All Michigan, national secretary it to get rid of these about all today In wielding the lethal
only thing noisy Joseph
_ AUTHORIZED: DKAI.Mt: : subscribers who M.IXTrR.CTIOX treasurer of the National
Hawk EuclUh Ford Lark pay are mostly Eugene Milliken, of Colorado schools."I Paul Dimagglo was his bat. mace is the Detroit Tigers'
Studebaker Trucki libraries, college professors, tangled with Senator PaulH. (MGM) Council of Catholic Men; do not care that the politicians The Yankees didn't Invent Rocco Domenico Colavito, constant -

VIM Cars lobbyists and others who havea Douglas, of Illinois, as he Daniel Jj. Schlafly of the St. protest that this is not the Italian ballplayer. homerun threat, who

Cor. Church .t 8. Or. BUm. Tr. special interest; in the pro- frequently did, the Record Louis public school board; true," the prelate continued."For Francesco Pezzolo rarely falls below 100 runs
_ (;'A 3-1053 Stephano ,
Literature to Be William R. Con!"edine,
the'l1aUonal and
ceedings of legis sparkled with good-natured congress to be a party to alias Ping Bodie/ appears to batted In.Colavito.

lature. "''"' raillery. director of the legal depart a plan that may rid the coun- have pioneered the local move- was born amid the

The Congre!"i Welfare Confeicnce WashIngton -
Children'sClothes would not be everybo< ;'s cup Record is replete with a misS ." with Huggins' Bronx. Why the Yankees failedto

of tea. It no fiction cellany made up of prize-win YORK (NC) The D.C. The Bishop's observationswere : Miter latch onto him continues to
Line prints function and scope of:'mode'rn /The NCEA said from ,lts made In his column in set.
ning essays in high school essay Athletes ShineIn baffle Rome's Via Veneto
not deliberately anyway carries contesfs, funeral orations literature in the light of Chris headquarters here that the con- the current issue of the Advance
Finest in Clothing no pictures and r\f adver- tian teachings will be examinedby ventionexpected to attract -
of
constituents Register, TrackEvents
pronounced over newspaper
For Girls & Boys tising. Yet it is far more readable ORLANDO
reprints of editorials and news a Priest-educator on the nearly 15,000 registrantswillbe the Dodge City apd Wichita
noz% Edgtwater Dr. GA 4-7738 informative }and even en- stories from home town news- "Catholic Hour" radio series in opened on April 16 with a dioceses.If NEW YORK (NO-Catholic PARKPENCRAFTERS
WINTER
tertaining thanmost people March. Solemn Pontifical Mass celebrated high schools won five of 11
restricted federal
papers, to mention but a few congress -
believe. A reader willing to events at the recent annual
Father John J. KIrvan C.P., by Joseph Cardinal
aid schools
of the oddments interlarded between to public only,
WIlES YOU NEED .
skip around is certain to find national interscholastic indoor
librarian and of: Ritter Archbishop of St. Louis.
motions and roll calls. professor contemporary the Bishop said, he would be
Calendars Printing in issue something of interest track championships in Madi--
Labels any literature at: St Preacher at the Mass will be "more than ever convincedthat
Plaques In a recent Issue, for example -' OF ORLANDO
that he would find in Garden here.
Postcards Badges Peter's College Baltimore, will the president general of the would be the most discriminatory son Square

Trophies Flags no other publication.The one could learn that a be featured on the series, entitled association of Catholic schoolteachers unfair policy Archbishop Mollojr High Authorized Factory Sales l Service -
Decals law school in
CIminkks San Francisco
Record is not, as most "Modern Literature' and and administrators, School of New York which : Fountain Pen, M.chanieaiPanella.
I Book Matches Bumper Strips hires no teachers under 65 that congress could follow. Ballpoint Refill Book,
Call Peter Schaal'sORL.XDO of If Interested the Face of Man.: Archbishop John P Cody, apos- He said to know this and won the team championshipwith Leather & Plaatla Imprlntlnr.
14k. Religious Items years age. a The series is:shown every tolic administrator of New say nothing about it would 13 points. Name Platei Desk Signs of
reader could peruse an accountof Plasti Cigarette Lighten Re
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1 I Next to Publlx American SlovakWomen It.is. produced byf"the :National The keynote address will be Bishop Forst said he still is ners were :Matt Nazuruk who 10 East Church Street

Phone tOil GA Sooth 4-7333.Magnolia Orlando 2300 Edgewater DriveGRAY'S Council of Catholic. Men delivered in a session follow. opposed to federal aid to education threw the pound shot 60 feet,
or a nostalgic on Vermont's -
essay in cooperation with the National ing' the Mass by Monsignor generally. He contended 11 inches, and James McDer-
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the headingppendix.. mile relay was won by Cardinal Dave Sims OwnerWATKINS
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Page Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 8, 1963 ., "'<:!; Clergy, Doctors Meet



Priest-Expert Indicates Arab ;' S ;; \r ir Examine Need for Sharing

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- Refugee Integration Takes TimeGENEVA Vital Medical Confidences

S'I WILMINGTON (NC) -Greater cooperation between

(NC-The middle East supervisor of the work of the Pontifical Mission I doctors and clergymen was urged at a meeting of spokesmen -

for Palestine has said here that integration of the million Palestinian Arab refugees isstill f fI for the two groups here. mpn______ chrinT_._ of__ nernicious---------- anem._n___
no
Emphasis in the conference,
far off.Help S
than that of being refugees all The American Priest said ia.
from abroad, financial their lives, knowing that their that education is the main con- sponsored by the Delaware A month after leaving this

I and other, "will remain for children and grandchildren are cern. division of the American Can service, he stopped by and

--- many years the only hope for likely to be refugees living in "The Pontifical Mission has cer Society, was on the need noticed the four men were
survival as well as for the for clergymen and physicians to them to be
- like themselves. gone. Supposing
camps greatly contributed to the development -
maintenance of peace in these take each other into confidence. dead he inquired and was told
"Economic and industrial development and expansion of :
a-eas," said Father John G. Father Eugene F. Clarahan, well and had
_
is impossible in existing schools and education I they were gone
institutions in
chaplain at state
Xolan.
these desert regions. Prac- home.
centers, he said. ?
diocese the Wilmington diocese, suggested -
The Priest of the of
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all the food has to be $$
tically
"Recently we have opened a '
of I *' 4 5tt during a summary of
York
Albany New spoke because agriculturedoes : Kidnap AttemptOn
imported *
vocational school for the blind 4 m the conference's deliberationsthat
the Arab refugee problem
not yield enough to supplyone '
while here from his headquarters meal a day," he empha. in the Gaza strip. All the in- S a plan should be drawn up Bishop Fails

_ in Beirut, Lebanon, to sized. mates are Moslems and the by medical societies permitting BERLIN (XO -Three par

confer with European representatives "The Pontifical Missionfor school is administered by the doctors to reveal medical mat ishioners from the Polish village
of Catholic Relief ters to a clergyman and allow
Palestine and CKS-XCWC United Nations relief and of Wierzbica were recently -
National Catholic ing clergymen to read a patient's
Services
.
suspended sentences -
join their efforts to meet the works agency (UNRWA). To medical chart. given
.
Welfare Conference.lie most urgent needs of the for trying to kidnap a
asserted that "the Christian learn trades and crafts gives Father Clarahan said clergymen -
according to reports
Palestine
refugees, supplyIng Bishop,
wQrld generally ignores, food, clothing, shelter these people a sense of free- are taken into a doctor'sconfidence reaching here.

or forgets, that one out of and Father in mental hospitals,
and medical rare to all, irrespective -. dom independence, The parishioners of Wierz
10 of the 'forgotten Arab of their religion." Nolan concluded. but the lack of time on both bica earlier obtained the removal -
refugees of l'alestine' are I sides stifles this practice in of their pastor.

hristians." Needs in Bolivia Impress general hospitals. When it looked as though the
Father Nolan recalled that Summarizing the question of diocesan authorities In sand.

when the state of Israel was whether, when and how to tella omierz would not comply with

established in 1949, about U.S. Bishop as CriticalPATERSON patient he is dying, Father the parishioners' request that

0-30,000 of its Arab populationleft Clarahan said neither a physician -
be
the Father Kos,
curate
N'C-Paterson's Bishop James A. :Mc-
the country. Today, he said, ( MASS AT RED CUBA'S BORDERA nor a clergyman may tella named In the pastor's place,
Nulty came home convinced that now "is the critical lie
there are more than a million deliberate to a patient.
hourinBolivia-butitisnot Priest with a Marine infantry battalion recently offered :Mass on the hood ofa There must be for a delegation tried to kidnap 60-
Arab refugees living in campsin respect
-and childlike. It Is the sad- :year-old auxiliary Bishop Piotr
Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and desperate dest thing in the world that jeep in the field, just 50 yards from the fence that separates the U.S. Naval Baseat life and truth. GolebiowskL

the Gaza strip of the United "It's the psychological hourto they are the victims of poverty, Guantanamo Bay from communist Cuba. Cuba militiamen, said the Priest, wit Two doctors stated that each They intended to take him

; Arab Republic. send help," said the prelate, illiteracy and illness," he said. nessed the Mass with "respectful and attentive behavior." patient Is an individual with to Wierzbica, thinking that it
_ "More than half 0 f these just returned from a three- "Their cherished ambition in differences and that even doctors would be easier to get him to

refugees are under 17 years of week trip to La Paz and Cara- life is to be able to write their cannot predict death with see things their way while he

age," he said. "This means navi, where Priests of his diocese own names and they are intensely Individual Instruction Needed To finality.A was In the parish.

nore than 500,000 young people have subsidized a parishin embarrassed when they third doctor advocated that The project fell through,

who, given present condi. each community. must admit that they cannot." the physician and clergymanget however, and the three would

tions, have no other prospect Bishop McNulty who will Convert Japanese Missioner SaysWATERBURY together to discuss the question be-kldnapers were given BUS
mission
section the
In of
leave here and be enthronedas one of "when to telL"The pended sentences of two, five
Bishop of Buffalo on May there are 1000 Indian families doctor said ministers or
Saint Praised By 1, told an interviewer: "It seemsto with no school. His Priests are (NC-In Japan "converting people to the Church has to be done members of the family some- and eight months in prison.

Pope in Centenary me that there is a stirringof planning to.build one as soon almost on an individual basis," according to a veteran of 15 years missionary work in times ask him, "Why do you

-- the Spirit in Bolivia." as possible.The the Far East. what they knew about Shinto-. than a thousand shrines and keep the patient alive with all ofldg; 1 iuztral m'

_ Of Death Message "I had heard of the threat of Bishop said the Pater- Father Gregory J. Gilmartin ism, Buddhism and Christianity. temples. A city of great religious those tubes and things?" The
I communism," he said. I asked son Priests "are mindful that M.M., of Waterbury, home on Most of the students knew physician said his reply is, "You A. II. Cratf R n

    ROME (NC) Seventeen questions of people In author their task is a gigantic one." a brief visit from his missionin little of any of them. buildings, It attracts students pull out the tube, don't ask me Ambulance Service

    Cardinals and a crowd of about ity. They agree that this is He said he was concerned over Kyoto, reported that it is Usually for no other reason interested in the shrinesfor to kill him." VA 4.1673

    1V300 people filled the Lateran the critical hour in Bolivia- their eagerness to tackle it and difficult to round Japanese up than tradition most Japanese their architecture rather: Dr. Lemuel C. McGee, medical ST. AUGUSTINE

    University's great hall to over- but it is not desperate." added "I had to counsel themto for a talk about religion. Ret married at a Shinto tern than as places of worship. director of Hercules

    ; f'owing' for the celebration in "There is one anxiety when go slowly, to relax a bit." "Also, there is the traditional Ile and are buried with a Father Gilmartin said many l'owder Company, gave several -

    : Rome of the centenary of you undertake something like Japanese reserve which must Buddhist ceremony. reasons for prolonging BEACH MEMORIAL

    ) Saint Gabriel Possenti's death. this," the Bishop said. "You Bishops for Brazil be broken through, and for Tourists in Japan are easily young Japanese parents are life to the utmost, some CHAPELSt.

    _I Pope John XXIII sent a wonder is it worth all the ef- VATICAN CITY (XCPopeJohn ) many, Christianity is strictlya misled by the large numberof interested in religion more for spiritual and some practical.He Feteribnrx Beach 160-3577

    message to the recent Sunday fort. XXIII has accepted the western religion. They con- shrines and temples that their children than themselves. cited the example of the SEMINOLE BEACH

    meeting through the papal secretary "When you !see the results request of Bishop Guido Ca- sider it unnatural for the Jap- they see in such ancient citiesas They do not want their children Interne who had the seemingly MEMORIAL CHAPEL

    I of state, Amleto Car- you know it is worth all the sullo for a transfer from the anese to be a part of it," he Kyoto. raised in a religious vac hopeless task of giving blood St. Petersburg 891-M07

    (!Unal Cicognani, praising the sacrifices," he emphasized. diocese of Nusco, Italy. He said.With Left untouched during the uum such as they experiencedin transfusions to four elderly -.

    Saint's "outstanding ardor of Bishop McNulty said he will be auxiliary to the prelate young Japanese under war, Kyoto is a city of about their childhood. Adviser

    penance and mortification and traveled to> almost inaccessibleareas Nullius of Pinheiro, Brazil, and 40, Father Gilmartin empha two million people with more Spanish '

    his constant care in preserving of Bolivia to confirm and titular Bishop of Utica. sized, a major problem is fill- MADRID/NC) -MonsignorJesus

    I._ purity and his intimate union give First Holy Communion.He also named ing a "religious vacuum." Consultors Named Irluarren, founder and
    Pope John has Latin American Ills tD.
    \vith God and spirit of prayer, said heiwas given a warm Father Amadeo Gonzalez Fer- "The Japanese are a good VATICAN CITY (NC)":'Two former director of the general. :: !4LMSCMODBN
    ois serene exercise of obedience welcome in, La Paz and Caran. MADRID (XCJ)-The* social office for Information and statistics' .
    reiros prelate nullius of Sao said American Priests have been
    as people, he "but they depend
    and economic situation in on the Church in Spain
    his tender devotion to- ax!. In one outlying missionarea ,
    Raimundo Nonato Brazil and M.OR,1AL
    rard the Blessed Virgin he found that the men of solely on the natural Latin America today is' one of named consultors"to the sacred has been named editorial adviser
    titular of :Metro.
    .
    lary. the missiqn had cleaned and Bishop law and conscience. "immense gravity," Father congregation for the Propagation for this city's Catholia FUNERAL HOWE

    the churchandthen "Shintoism which Is Hiccardo Lombardi SJ., has as-, of the Faith. daily, Ya. Heading the informa-
    Father Malcolm TJ.I Yelle refurbished Prefecture in AfricaTIC.X morea tfoTncrd A Duryw.frodk UL M
    _ I; ('.American superior general locked it to be sure that form of hero worship, died serted here. They are Monsignor JosephL. tion offfce now la Father Jose
    .\ CITY (NC)-Pope 649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862.6503
    Maria Diaz Mozaz who movedup
    the United States Bishop wouldbe with World War II, and Bud- The Italian Priest who heads
    i of the Fassionht Order John XXIII has erected the Zyrd, of Marquette, MichIgan -
    _( to which the Saint belonged, the first to lay eyes upon prefecture apostolic of Louis dhism, which was originally a the "Movement for a BetterWorld" superior of the graduate from the post of assistant ST. PETERSBURG
    short address. the fruits of their labors. Chinese import for cultural I stopped here on his director. -
    gave a Trichardt in the Union of studies house at the North
    said he is little known by way home from a twomonthvisit
    purposes
    McXulty
    He opened the centenary a Bishop South Africa with territory American College in Rome, and V
    to Latin
    these America. He said PHONE 877-7524
    people.
    year ago in Isola del Gran Sasso was greatly impressed by the taken from the abbacy nulliusof younger that unless there is a profound Father John J. Considine of

    the monastery where the! Indians! of the areas. Pietersburg. The prefecturehas Father Gilmartin recalled I, Washington, director of the
    change, the Church will lose
    -1 Saint died. "They are intelligent, shrewd been_ .entrusted. .to-Missionaries .- that when he first came to the people. Latin American bureau of the A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL
    ot tne sacred Heart or Japan he was assigned to teach National Catholic Welfare Con.
    3809 N. ARMENIA AVE.
    "Nevertheless still
    Jesus. The abbacy has a total English in a school in Kyoto.He .: we have ference. They join a group that TAMPA 7, FLORIDA

    - ) population of a million, includ gave his students a com. time," he said. "It is still pos, has m 0 r e than 40 members -

    ing about 30,000 Catholics. position assignment to write sible to save Latin America." from all parts of the world.Incarnation .



    UEUBCXBy Sunday Mass Schedule in the DioceseClip KYLE-McLELLAN FUNERAC DIRECTORS INC.


    ( and save. This schedule contains the latest information from the parishes) 17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLEEL
    - Invitation 3.3966 Continuous Service Sine '1856
    ANNA MARIA ISLAND GREEN COVE SPRINGS MAS4RYKTOWXSt SARASOTA
    St. Bernard 8. t:U. 10:30 Sacred Heart 10:30 Mary 7. 9. 10:30 630. 8. ':30. 11
    APOTKA GULFPORT MAYPORT Queen of Martyrs
    ALLEN-SUMMERHILL INC. High School Auditorium 10 Holy Name 8, 9:30. 11, 12:30 St John 1:30 7:30. 9. 10:15. 11:20 "
    _____J j FUNERAL SKKVICK AMBULANCE \KERSMLLS IIAINES CITY MELBOURNE St :Martha:
    156 EAST NEW YORK DE LAND Good Counsel 1:30 Transfiguration t:30 Lady of Lourdes 8. 9, 10, 11 6:15. 8, 9, 10, 11:1$. 12:1S Arlington/ 5flernoric/CAzpf, Jfnc
    Phone 7J4-4663 Est 1877 DeBary 8684671HaigbBlack BARTOW HAWTHORNESt !: MONTICELLO School 8:15, 10:15 ..
    St. Thomas 8:30, 10:30 Philip Net 10:30 St :Margaret: 12
    BAY PINES HIGH SPRINGS NEW PORT RICIIEY SEMINOLE AREA AMBULANCE SERVICEST.
    (See SEMINOLE AREA) St. Madeleine Sophie Barat 8 Queen of Peace 1:30. 9. 10:15 Blessed Sacrament I. 9:15 10:15. 11:20 PETERSISUIU 4823.9th Are. Xo. Ph. JtlJW>12a
    Funeral Home VA Center 6:15 1:45 INDIAN ROCKS BEACH NEW SMYRNA BEACH CLKAIUVATKR-LAItfiO AND GULF BE.lCllESUOO.lIt.
    - BEIXETIEW St Jerome 8, 10, 11:30 Sacred Heart 7. 9. 10. 11 SIESTA KEY
    19 ph. *
    3914111 :)&1-7Gl1
    St. Theresa I ISTERLACIIEN: St. Rita 10 St. Michael t. 10:30
    BRADKNTOV Mission I OCALA STARK
    St. Joseph 1.8. >:15. 10:30,11:45 INVERNESS: Blessed! Trinity 7. ,:30. 11:10 St. Edward 8
    ith Av. Chapel C. 9:45 Lady of Fatlma. 7:30. 11:15 ORANGE PARK. ST. PETERsBURG
    BRANDON JACKSONVILLE St Mary 9 Blessed Trinity I. !9-30. 11 Jon
    Nativity' 8. >:15, 10:30 Assumption 7.8:30.10.11.12 ORLANDO Holy Family S. RHODES JR.
    BROOX8"ILLE Blessed Trinity 7, 9, 11 Good Shepherd 6;43, 8, 9:30, 11, 12:15 ,
    St. Anthony 7, 10, 13 Christ the King 7, 8, 9:15, 10:30, 12 Immaculate Conception 9
    BUNNELL 1. 8:30. 10. 11:15 12:30 St Andrew St. John 7. 8, ':30. 10:45. 12 FUNERAL DIRECTOR
    St Stephen 10:30 Crucifixion 9:30 6:30. 8, ':30, 11, 12:15 St Joseph 7. 8. 9:%0, 11
    BCSIINELL Holy Rosary C. 7. 8. 9:30 11:30 St Charles St. Jude 1. 8:15, ,:30. 11. 1%:10 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446.3055
    JOHN B. GORMLEY St Lawrence 9:30: Immaculate Conception 6:30. 7:30. 8:30. 9:30.: 11, 12 St. Mary C:15, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
    I CALLAHAN ':30. 8:30. 10. 11:00, 12:10 St :James C, 7, 8, I, 10. 11. 12 St. Paul _
    LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTOR Our Lady of Consolation I:20 Most Holy Redeemer St. John Vianney 6:30 1:30..10:30.11:45St. -
    >
    !
    CAMP SAN PEDKO Normandy School I. 10 7. 8. ". 10, 11:1$. 12:30 -
    DAYTONA BEACH -CL 2-4771 Raphael 7, 8:30. 10, ll:2a
    103 Broadway- Howell Rd. I Our Lady of Angela C, 7. 9. 11 McCoy Air Base .. 10. 12:30 Transfiguration
    CAXOVA BEACH Paxon High .:ao Orlando Air Base 7.30, 3. 10.15, 11:30TALLAH.SSEn ru'5"r ;.BliiJnt Q1
    *
    Holy Kame. 9, 11:15 ResurrectionS 7:30. 9:30. 12:30
    CHCtrOTASportsman's .isher Aud. 7:45. 10:30. 12 ORMOND BEACHSt Blessed
    Club T:30 Sacred Heart 8. '10. 11:15 Brendan .,:30. 1. 10:30, 12 Sacrament
    I Funeral Home Inc.
    Downs-Ford CLEARWATER St. Matthew PALATKA 7. 9. 10:30. 11:30 FUNERAL DIRECTORS
    St. Cecelia 6. 7. 8, 9:30: 11, 12:15 7. 8:30. 9:30. 10:30. 11:30 St. Monica 7, 10:45 Student Center 10, 11:30
    St Eugene 949-4211 TAMPA
    .
    :10 237-3335
    SERVICEThe CLERMONT St Patrick C. 8. 10:30 PALM BAY
    AMBULANCE Blessed Sacrament I. .:10, 11 St Paul 7. 8:30. 10. 11, 12 St Joseph I. 10 TAMPA
    COCOA BEACH St Plus 7, 1. 11 PALMETTO Blessed' Sacrament-:30, 11:30
    Finest Service Available Regardless of Your MeansT. Our Saviour 1:30, .:45, 11 San :Jose 7, 9:30. 12 Holy Cross 2. 1:30 Christ the King
    CONWAY JACKSONVILLE BEACH PERRY 630. 7:4r. 9. 10:15. 11:30. 12:30 BRETT FUNERAL HOME
    R. Downs President D. W. Ford L.F.D. School Auditorium I:15 St Paul 7. 8:30, 10. 11:30 Immaculate Conception 8 Epiphany ':10. 8, 10. 11 30
    CRESCENT CITY KEYSTONE\ HEIGHTS PIN:ELLAS PARK Good Shepherd 10 345-0101 ';;S. AMBULANCE SERVICE
    St John I St William 10 Sacred Heart Holy Name 5. 10 %,
    1045 9th Avenue No. St. Petersburg Phone 862-3609 Most ,
    CROSS CITY KISSIHMEK 6:30. 8-30 930. 10:30. 12:30 Holy Redeemer
    Air Force Bas t Holy Redeemer '1:30. t:30, 11 PLANT CITY 7. 8:30. 10. 11:15. 12:30
    CRYSTAL RIVER KORONA St. Clement I, 9:15, 10:30 Chapel 9 _
    4 OiiHiiuiuioiuiiunuiauiuinuiiniuinmuiniiiiniiniiatuuimiuaii nnnuDiinu : St. Benedict 7, 9:30 St. Mary I:10 PORT ORANGE Perpetual Help 7. 8. 9. 10. 11
    DADE CITY LAKE CITY Epiphany 8. 10, 11:30 Sacred Heart
    1 Serving St. Petersburg Families For 40 Years | St Rita. 1:30.. 8. 10. 11 Epiphany 7, 10 PORT TAMPA 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11:30, 12-30
    RidS Manor 7:30 LAKELAND St. Ignatius 8 St Joseph 7. 8. 9. 10:15. 11:30
    : DAYTONA BEACH St. Joseph 7. 8. 1. 10. 11. 12 QUINCE St. Lawrence 4810 Central Avenue St.
    | JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., Funeral Directors j Our Lady ot Lourdes LAKE MART St Thomas 8ROCKLEDGE 7. 1. 1. 10. 11:15. 1%:30 UUU.. T. T.. Petersburg
    <:30, 8. 1:15. 10:15. 11:15. n:15 Nativity 8. 10. 12 : Hillsborough ':30, 11:30St T THOMAS J. BRETT
    I AMBULANCE SERVICE I St. Paul '7. 8. 9. 10. 11, 12 LAKE WALES St. Mary 7:30. t. 11:10 Patrick ':45, 8:30 10, 11:30 Catholic Owned and Operated
    i DE BART Holy Spirit 1, I, H0 RUSKIN St Peter Claver 7. 9
    St. Ann 9:30 LANARK St Ann I. 10:30 TARPON SPRINGS!
    - I DELANDSt Sacred Heart 11:30 ST. AUGUSTINE St Ignatius 7. I. 10. 11:10 ..,1iI.,.
    Peter 1:30. I. 10
    LAND 0' LAE.JtSLady Cathedral TEMPLE TERRACE /""
    DUNEDIN of Rosary I. 10 (, 7:30. 1, 10:30, 11:20 Corpus Christ 7, 9, 11TIT"t'SVILLE
    i Our Lady of Lourdes LARGO St. Agnes 8
    : 7. 8:30. 10. 11:30 St Patrick 1:30. 9. 10:30. 12 St. Benedict 6:30. 9 St. Teresa 7 30. 9. 11:30 .._: .oot
    EATJ GALLIC
    (See SEMINOLE AREA) ST. CLOUD
    Ascension 8, 10. 11:15 LEESBURG St. Thomas 9:30. 11 UNION: : PARK
    JONES
    ZLKTON St. Paul 7:30. 1. 10:30 11:30 ST. JOSEPH Dean Rd. School I:45 JOHNSON
    I St Ambrose 7. 10:30 LIVE OAK Sacred Heart 6:30. .:10 VENICE
    : ENGLEWOOD St Francis" Xavier 8:30 ST. LEO Epiphany 7:30. 9. 10:10
    St. Raphael I LOKETTO Abbey Church 1:30. .:30 WINTER GARDEN
    XCSTISSt St Joseph I. 10 SAFETY HARBOR City Auditorium 10 FUNERAL HOME
    Mary 7:30. 9. 11
    : MACCLENNT Espiritu Santo INTER HAVEN
    i FERNANDINA BEACH St. Mary 12 Public School Aud. 9 St :Joseph 1:30. 9, 11
    St. Michael 7:30. 11:30 MADISON SAN ANTONIO WINTER: PARK 311 MAIN ST.
    : | Rhodes East Chapel, 4th St. & 7th Ave. North 862-5155 f fI E GAINESVILLE St Vincent 10 St. Anthony 7:30. 1:10 St.: Margaret. Mary GAINESVILLE
    I St Patrick C. 7:30. t. 10:30. 12 MAITLAND 8&NTORD I. ,:30, t, 10:15. 11:1S, 12:15 HAROLD A. JOHNSON AMBULANCE SERVICE
    Alto New Rhodes West Chapel 900 49th St. No. 347-4123 \i Catholic Student Center St. Mary Magdalen All Souls 6:19 8:30 10, 11:30 ZEPUIRUILLS R.F.D. FR 6-5361
    EiuiniuiuuiuiUuiiauiiiiiiuuaiuiuuiiuaiiiuiuiiuaiiiuiuuiiai iuiuuiiDiiiuuuL 9:30. 11 7, 8:30. 10. 11, 12 Naval Air Station 10:30. 12 St. Joseph 8, 10




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    Gulfport Winter Garden '* The Florida Catholic, Friday, March; 8,1963; Page Nine

    HOLY NAME HOLY FAMILY:\ Liturgical

    First Holy Communion was Father Hugh V. Keane was
    received by 15 boys and 13 girlsat present at the February 28 Week ThemeAnnounced I 1ii Bishop Says

    Holy Name Church in Gulf- meeting of the Holy Family .
    '
    b SlantedNews
    port. The catechetical instruction Catholic Women's Guild In L '

    they received was given Winter Garden. Mrs. Grace C. I ?
    '
    by Miss Mena Halloran, Mrs. Walker. supervisor, spoke on PHILADELPHIA (NC) .,1 .r'1 Incorrect
    Jullanne Plemmons, Miss Le- the Marls Stella Villa program i
    The archdiocese of ,
    nore Fleisher, Miss Linda with which she is connected.It Philadelphiawill "I'. NASHVILLE, Tennessee
    Giannonl and Eric Gehlen. offers child care under aus be host to the 24th North r "! 1 R" (NO-Slanted writing In secular

    Father Frank Goodman gave pices of the Catholic Charities American Liturgical,V e e k : r i Sy publications Is giving a
    :
    the sermon and the school children Bureau of the Diocese. from August 19 to 22, Archbishop I i fr false impression of the Second

    under the supervision of Mrs. Tena Britt was hostessto John J. Krol of Philadelphia 1' S "VI 'J Vatican Council, Bishop William
    Mrs. Ernest Johnson, school members at the meeting L. Adrian of Nashville has

    principal, sang. Mrs. Francis which included discussion of a has announced. ?H J S .. : :; said here.

    Gaffney and Mrs. Margaret Christmas bazaar and a dinnerto Liturgical week, sponsoredby ,j S S. sJ & 'S Bishop Adrian took particular .

    lichen assisted. be served in November. the Liturgical conference ; 45 .. $ II Issue with accounts referring -
    Over 80 women attended the JacksonvilleASSUMPTION with headquarters in Washing. j 4 to apparent conflict be-

    last meeting of the Women's ton, is an annual meeting opento ,- tween so-called conservativeand

    Club. It was reported that all clergy, laity and religious ; tS : I f S S ;4.j liberals wings at the council -
    many of the members make At a meeting of the Assumption Interested in a deeper S 'S and with attacks on Alfredo
    rosaries for the missions. Father Guild, March 4, the fol. appreciaton and a wider knowl. 4' A S ,, ), Cardinal Ottaviani. secretaryof

    James J. Barrett spoketo lowing officers were elected: edge of the Church's life of the sacred congregation of
    the club members on a Mrs. Joseph Morrow, president worship. # s the Holy Office. He spoke at

    spiritual topic. ; Mrs. George Dewey, Mrs.E. S 5'S an annual clergy day meeting.

    St. Petersburg L. Heindel, vice-presidents, Theme of the 1963 meetingwill lI* i : Accounts of the council in

    Mrs. C. Hardy, secretary, and be "The Renewal of 4 ; (S t. c.S S. such magazines as Time, News-

    HOLY FAMILY Mrs. Thomas J. Doyle, treas- Christian Education." I :h. ... I.. : :. week and the New Yorker have
    Members of the Holy Family urer. S ( 1k given an incorrect impressionof
    Women's Guild hope to raise The delegate and alt 'rnat Discussions will explore the JJ4 what goes on at the council,

    funds with a "paper drive" on for the St. Augustine Deanery renewal taking place in Scripture \ he said.

    March 24. Papers and magazines -meeting are Mrs. E. J. Elie and studies, liturgy, theology, I j "It Is well to remember
    to them are to be catechetics, the lay and family j ;
    given :Mrs. Earl Pelkey. w the Bishop stated "that nothIng -
    tied separately and brought to ST. PAUL apostolates and other aspectsof definite has yet been decided

    the church parking lot that Tracing the founding of the Christian life, the Liturgical k. e vT at the conncil. Only
    conference said.
    Sunday morning.Mrs. Trappist Order from its be- I the Pope can make a final
    Robert Kaylor Is chair. ginnings and migrations
    The program will Include 7 I t Jc decision.
    man. throughout the countries of general sessions, 10 talks by : "The first objective of the

    Europe to more recent times, well-known personalities, 17 1 T ; council is not the conversionof
    Daytona Beach Father Patrick Cullen, assistant specialized discussion groups, : non-Catholics but rather 'to

    pastor spoke here on the 18 regional meetings, and several bring back the spirit of Christto
    \\"hlll in Dayton Beach stop alKAY'S history of the Church under special events and demon. ; ; the Church' ."

    Restaurant the Kings Louis of France. strations. | Bishop Adrian then said that

    734 Main SfreeftJNEXCELLED Father Cullen was the speaker attempts in the press to down
    FOOD at the annual night meeting of About 8000 people from the 1'4"': ... -.S---.S----.S.- '--'- -- --- grade Cardinal Ottaviani do not

    AT REASONABLE PRICES St. Paul's Guild. United States and Canada are THESE YOUNG WOMEN EMBRACE HOLY SISTERHOOD reflect the mind of the Church.

    HOMEMADE PASTRIES Delegate to the spring deanery expected to attend. All general During the month of :March, diocesan young men and last month appeared for the first time'(above)' as Sisters "Good Catholics should not

    meeting will be Mrs. M. C. sessions will be held in Con young women traditionally tunr their thoughts toward of St. Joseph of St. Augustine when they were investedthe be scandalized by the recent

    Sharr, with Mrs. David Whiteas vention Hall here. direction their lives are to take. Nine Florida girls as novices in Stuart, near the novitiate. attacks on Cardinal Ottaviani
    Welcome Travelers alternate. and the Roman Curia by certain -

    Furniture Chairmen and committees segments of the press"

    Porch) and Patio specialties for the Easter Monday card I Need for Integrity Based on Ethics the Bishop said.Daytona.

    Rattan Wrought Iron party have been announced by


    Highway Aluminum I -Ormond Beac"Don't Miss. M.Irene Halptle Scanlon, chairmen.and Mrs.A. :-- S ;v Said Vital Against Today's Ills Beach .'

    TampaST. -
    : WASHINGTON '(NC-A retired general has told some 1200 men at a Communion Furniture Boots

    KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL St.. JOSEPH Joseph Altar Society breakfast here that the single quality most needed by men to meet today's challenge is Greeting Cards

    ShlT-Ter members plan to study the Con. I individual_ 11'-2L2. integrity. __ i.- _based*,_,_ on of living Is not enhanced by military psychological tech- LLOYD COX
    fraternity of Christian Doctrine a i/nrisuan coue 01: e nlCS. Office SuppliesCL
    Call Shiver" gadgets for 'the man-or wornnological and economic chal-
    Sinclair Manual. Father George Lt. General Arthur G. an-who has everything,'" the lenges of communism must be 2-3473 ,

    HEWING CIj3793up.rrl.m. Hines C.SS.R. reports. Special S'S Trudeau, former director of re general added: of the highest order," he con- 118 North Beach Street
    emphasis, he said will be placedon search and development for the tinued.
    "I can think of no single
    C.SIlDISCOUXTS Fisher Program and discussion | United States Army, warnedat
    needed "This means a nationwide ef-
    quality more today
    clubs. the annual breakfast of the POWDER PUFF
    fort to constantly reevaluate
    He asked members to makeIt 'SI Loyola retreat league that material then real Individual integ.
    the communist multiple threat BEAUTY SALON
    a practice to' attend Lenten comforts are dulling rity based on our Christian
    against us and Insure a dynam-
    devotions on Fridays and the spiritual values In the U.S. ethics in facet
    S code of every ic> vigorous strafegy to meetof Creative Hair Styling
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    W'iiI life. it. it will not I be solved by Permanents, Blending
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    Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 8, 1963 '
    Monks fo be Ordained


    Beliefs Practice Penance .
    Study rYM
    Priests, St. Leo Abbey


    Make Use of Lent Pope AppealsContinued yr ST. LEO-Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley will ordain two

    a monks of Florida's Benedictine Abbey to the Priesthood

    ( from Tare One) cere and willing Christian is yoke; sharing your bread with .. here in the Abbey Church Saturday, March 9 at 9 a.m.
    garr.l
    the anxious appeal to providefor recognized."It the hungry sheltering the oppressed w .l.lr .lt ". They are Frater Martin Guiteras O.S.B. and Frater Joseph

    your fellow men who are is only by an austere way and the homeless; If. U oubrtck: n U..D.C'O;: n
    ,
    less fortunate than you by of life, which lives and puts clothing the naked when you Father Damian DeQuesnayO.S.B. Guiteras 929 S.W. I3th Street

    making their needs your own. into practice the poverty and see them, and not turning your t ., abbey prior, and Father Gainesville.He .
    Such an appeal is always being self denial taught by Our Lord back on your own. Boniface Meyer O.S.B., will be graduated from St. Leo

    made by the Church." Jesus Christ that the domesticand "Then your light shall break assistants to Archbishop Hur- Preparatory School in 1954, attended

    Pope John emphasized the social order can be decisively forth like the dawn, and your ryso ......- ley. :Masters of ceremonies will St. Bernard Seminaryfor

    duty of studying and meditate moved toward renewalin wound shall quickly be healed; fr'a'"r"t : be Father James F. Gloekler two years, was in the novitiate -

    ing on "the eternal truths truth, in the freedom of the your vindication shall go be- a and Father Leo Schlosser O.S.B.In at St. Leo for one year,

    which God has wished tb com sons of God and in a justice fore you, and the glory of the \\2c\ addition to the parentsand and pronounced his first vowsas

    municate to man." He con that is truer and deeper be- Lord shall be your rear relatives of the ordinandiwho a monk of St. Leo Abbey

    tinued: cause it is capable of taking guard." will attend distinguished June 22, 1957. He received a
    ,. B.A. in philosophy from St.John's .
    from oneself to give to the
    "Thus, only In this light poor Pope John commented: guests will Include Abbot Bede
    "
    University Collegeville
    does man find himself, does he and destitute. "That Is Lent. That is the Luibel of St. Bernard Abbey,
    his arduous and The Church does not call A I 9"i : St. Bernard and Minnesota, and has studied the-
    come to know practice of true penance andit } $ 4 .. Alabama,
    ology for the past three
    Catholics "to external yearsat
    mere %
    urgent duties and decide on is what the Lord expects ?xe. ; r Abbot Raphael Heider O.S.B.,

    the generous practice of pen practices love and but to generosity serious tasksof fOI"the from everyone. ?./f ; L: 1t sr I of St. Martin Abbey, Olympia, St. teaches Leo major religion seminary.He in .the
    ance as a sign of love for the : Washington
    of their brothers" The Pope concluded: i' high school Is assistant coachof
    good ,
    Cross. It is thus that the sin- ? I Frater Martin is the son
    the Holy Father said. "Let not the enjoyment of f : of Dr. and Mrs. George G.Peru's the track team and was co-

    He cited the following this world's goods render our -l r moderator of the rifle team. lie

    passage from the Book of Isaia: hearts insensible to the cry of j 4 Is preparing for a M.A. in

    All Saints Home "This, rather Is the fasting the poor, who lack the mini- ., wyA Coup Said French by summer study at

    that I wish: releasing those mum necessary to feed them Laval University, Quebec, Can-

    Open for Visits bound unjustly untying the selves, to cover their naked- jNot Changing ada. He was born October 9, I

    thongs of the yoke; setting free ness and to gather their family i Good Relations 1936 at Governor's Island, New

    From DeaneryContinued the oppressed breaking every under the roof." York.
    LIMA (XC) The shakeupin Frater Joseph Is the son

    ( from Faro One) Sudan Now ExpellingFive Peru's ruling military juntais of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen )(ou-

    will take luncheon reservations ILLUSTRIOUS ALUMNUS VISITS OLD SEMINARY not expected to change the brick, 220 S. 56th Avenue,

    through March 10 for the dean- Pope John XXIII last week knelt at tile foot of the altar of Our Lady of Trust country's good Church-state re Hollywood, Florida.

    ery meeting in Jacksonville.After More MissionariesVERONA in the major Roman seminary near St. John Lateran, where the Holy Father once lations.A He came to St. Leo for a year

    the meeting, All Saints studied. Behind the Sovereign Pontiff are present day seminarians. junta communique said In the novitiate after gradu-
    Auxiliary members will extend Italy (NC-Five more Catholic missionariesare that the armed forces "retired" ating from St John's Seminary
    being expelled from the Sudan according to informa- General Richardo Perez Godoyon
    hospitality to the delegates at Little Rock, in 1951. He spent
    the open house at the home for tion received. at the motherhouse of the Verona Fathers. March 3 as leader of the one year at St. Bernard Seminary

    the aged Officials- --- of the congregationthe after being released from Church around the WorldBlessing junta which has ruled Peru where he received a B.A.

    Affiliation delegates goingto Sons of the Sacred Heartof since a bloodless military coup in philosophy and returnedto
    will arrive in Jesus-said that a Sudanese prison. ousted President Manuel Prado
    Englewood Father Giovanni Trivella St. Leo to study theology for

    time for the program begin- police Father official informed one F.S.CJ., 37, had been accusedof in Spain: Farm ExperimentTAIZE Pope Sees Cardinals last General July. Nicolas the past three.years.
    and four missionary Lindley
    ning at 9 a.m. St. Raphael Guild
    members will be hostesses.In Sisters that they had to leave telling two catechists that MADRID (XC) Spain's France (XC)-The VATICAN CITY (XC)-Five Lopez, who replaced Perez He teaches religion In the
    the Sudan within six weeks. the Sudanese "government Is awareness of its missionary Brothers of the Protestant Cardinals members of the Godoy said that Perez Godoy high school, is moderator of
    Lake Wales, the same evil." His release was orderedby duties in Latin America was monastic community of Taize steering committee of the had to go because "we did not the rifle team, and also mod-
    They,like the 93 Catholic missionaries
    day March 14 Father a magistrate at Juba be- the keynote of a celebration at and five young farm couples Italian Bishops' Conference- overthrow the government last erates a physical education
    before them
    Arthur Dunniganvill offer expelled cause no evidence could be the Latin American Theological who are Catholic Actionists have met for two hours with July to enthrone him as a dic class. He has studied for one
    have been
    working in the
    Mass at 9 a.m. in his Churchof found against him. Seminary here, at which have pooled their resources to Pope John XXIII. tator." summer at the University of

    the Holy Spirit. southern :part of the Sudan Prior to his release the Italian the altars of a new chapel were form an agricultural coopera lie also said that electionsfor Florida and is preparing for an
    where the predominantly Meeting with the Pope were:
    Then delegates will go to Priest had been in prisonfor blessed. M.S. in biology at the University
    Negro population has been sub- tive.For Giuseppe Cardinal Siri, Arch- a government to replace
    Estates Club three months. The first of Miami.
    Indian Lake
    jected to a step-by-step program Archbishop Antonio Riberi, the Taize Brothers, the bishop of Genoa and presidentof the junta will be held on
    House for the meeting and part of that time he was in
    of Islamization by theSudan's apostolic nuncio to Spain, re- purpose of the co-op is to give the Italian Bishops Confer- schedule next June 9.
    luncheon. Santa Fe High School "rigorous imprisonment" and minded Spaniards of the appeal Shortly after the July coup,
    witness the ence; Giovanni Cardinal Mon- jccc
    to spirit of poverty.
    singers will entertain the delegates Arabic-speaking Mos held in a 10 by 15 foot cell that Pope John XXIII had tini, Archbishop of Milan; Al- Juan Cardinal Landazuri Ric-
    there. lem masters :from the North. with 15 other prisoners in a For the membership as a
    made last November for assist fonso Cardinal Castaldo, Arch- ketts O.F.M., Archbishop of
    :Mass for the Central Florida The names of the five mis- jail in Yambia.On ance by Spanish Catholics to whole, the goal is to live their bishop of Naples; Ernesto Car- Lima, said that Church

    delegates will be offered at 9 sionaries being expelled were his arrival here this week the Church in Latin America.He farming life as Christians, and dinal Ruffmi, Archbishop of authorities in Peru would 1 :> v vv

    a.m. in Ascension Church. The not immediately. announced. Father Trivella reported he thanked Spaniards for their to serve as a pilot project j Palermo; and Luigi Cardinal work in "harmony and under-

    Copa has been chosen for the had been given a superficial "prompt and generous" response which could benefit the whole Traglia, pro-vicar general of standing" with the military re
    the Meanwhile, another Verona medical examination but no
    luncheon and meeting by to this appeal. region. Rome. gime. a

    Ascension. .. .Guild. hostesses.. .. ... ... Father bas arrived in Rome ture medical from care the before Sudan.his He depar-said The chapel ceremony followed .... 9f' '-. '::..., ..-!.,....., .-,... "'.-"",,.. .... .".. 'liiI :,;'mr-T fII ( v ft v )
    ..< ",'"<::9,'.",".,> ,<. ., .. shortly upon the observ- '. : :: ;.: .t f. > '; ;':: .Rg
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    he had not been given a blanket :
    f' his ance throughout Spain of a day {... ...: ':" "''''
    during imprisonment.lie for Latin American vocations. .' ., ..:.' _.--11'''' ,. ', I
    t4 reported he had baptlzt"d FLORIDA IS FULLDFDAMDEEMOMS
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    I V % Y 1t before two condemned their executionand prisoners Named to Curia Post 3 J .;..11' ..."I'} 1t.mmf t"f'ifJJ1Vtilt! !l.1&j::<.t J.. : :.,,:! !;.,!:;(..I... ft,-.. I ."": k

    had heard the confes- VATICAN CITY (XC):-. .. "D, 'u
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    r Father Trivella's name appeared Archbishop Gennaro "IC$ UI an t ,
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    rr on the list of ousted Verolino, apostolic nuncio to ... -. ,.y.-. < ., -, -..-.. .., 00<
    missioners while he was still Costa Rica since 1957, as secre-

    in jail. tary of the sacred congregationof

    The reason given for his expulsion ceremonial.He MCDONALD'S

    was the same as that succeeds Archbishop I

    given for the others: the reasons Beniamino Nardone who died REXALL STORE

    for his admission to the February 19.Archbishop. 1

    country no longer existed. Verolino was 4- ,,, 47 King StreetST.

    born November 3, 1906, In

    Special Role Of Naples. He was ordained In ;0'Jit'f ,- AUGUSTINE
    1928 and entered the Holy !
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    r Church today Paul Emile Car- leave his post at the apostolic "gear" for a team captain-material which Albert Shepp, right, and other volun-

    GULF COAST SCHOOL SURVEYEDBoston dinal Leger has said here. nunciature in Hungary by the teers will use in their efforts to raise the final half million dollars needed before

    I College sent Dr. :Marie Gearan to St. John The Archbishop of Montreal, arrival of Soviet troops. Two ground is broken for the hospital. THINKINGABOUTMORE

    School, St Petersburg Beach, in connection with the writing in the first issue of the years later, he again ran into

    of our schools for an evaluation. Challenge, English language trouble with the communists Cause Advanced
    university's survey John Program Set For
    Catholic monthly, said writers and was forced to leave his Pope Accepts
    Monsignor Patrick Trainor shows; the visitor some of VATICAN CITY (XC) The
    "must firstly take a lively interest post of charge d'affaires of the -
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    H ILL S B.O R 0 HOTELDIRECTLY what she is." Pope Shown Book of the evangelical virtues and the Faith and the associationof training institutes this year
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