The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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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XXIV, No. 20 Orlando, Florida, Friday, March 15,1963 Ten Cents ST. AUGUSTINE-Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson

has visited America's Oldest Mission. Archbishop JosephP.
ILI Y Hurley welcomed the Vice President and other digni-

o Pope Tells/ Way To taries to the Mission of Nombre De Dios on Monday after

i noon, March 11.Accompanying.

the Vice President on his visit were representatives

; Gain Real PeaceROME k h.. b of the Congress of the United States, the Government
of Spain and the Government of Florida. U.S.
Your Purpose in Lifer *? (NC-Real) peace is not found in the possession tz Senators Spessard L. Holland and George Smathers and
Finding God : :1 t.-
Through Creation of material blessings but in the joys of the spirit and in a? P bt ,r9n the other dignitaries joined the Vice President in viewing

By Msgr. Patrick E. Nolan spreading kindness and brotherhood, Pope John XXIII r e+ church records of St. Augustine's Cathedral Parish dating

you ever notice the self- has told the people of one of Rome's newly developed 1 a .pq back to 1594-the oldest written records in the country.
DID rli-;.rFwnEe.............. waw
the in
fact that who } Commenting upon extraordinary foregathering
everyHi are close to him but also
thing you see around you was the Good Shepherd to the Church of of those who are far away," '! a St. Augustine in anticipation of the City's Quadricentennialin
created, made, or manufactured on the second he said. rox 1965, Archbishop Hurley said later:
Sunday of Lent
r ? ,,-x.for. a definite 25th such visit he had was made.the He spoke of the Good Shep "It was a privilege for me today to conduct our Vice

purpose. Even He started going to Lenten services herd and also of the Pope, t ? : :4 President over the hallowed grounds of America's Oldest
,''va; a child could at various churches in as one "who harms no one, ,*1 .. Mission here in St. Augustine. Here, 400 years ago, this
..::: tell you the 1 the city in 1959, his first Lent seeks only good, and wishes j 1: 't1 '>: s.x: : City was founded-America's first-and it was founded

".purpose of an 1 as Bishop of Rome.In to lead minds to the thingsof :f. t ,..z,' 4 L r, with an act of religion, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, of-
ash yI Y4"v
r tray, a pen, his talk In the packed heaven. + z; s tg fered by that great missionary, Father Lopez.

house a window, a 1 church, Pope John urged Then speaking of the Balzan yy "Fifty-five years before the Pilgrims landed at
an automobile
prize, which
peace had
the people-especially married J been Plymouth Rock, civil government and civilization and the
0 r a 1 presented to him three daysearlier
plane. Moun-providing J Christian Faith began together here at our historic Mission -
by former Italian president -
for large families
'., t a ins, rivers, trust Giovanni Gronchi F | in St. Augustine;
in Providence."Do Pope x e ,s Y.
u.rrb Nolaa oceans, the John said: Y 5 "This is America's most sacred acre. It is our intention
not be afraid of r
sun, moon, and stars all havea : too many children," he having said, "The Balzan prize Is a recognltion ; \ to erect on this blessed site, now in the possession of the

purpose In existing, and I adding, "and remember to give of the Pope's effortsfor # ,; A serve that purpose faithfully some of them to the Church." peace. It is obvious that the w. f to all our people, in this time of trouble, that this Nation

Science Digs Deeper Pope John drew Inspirationfor 1 Pope, like the Good Shepherd, n began in faith, and that by a rebirth of faith, this Nation
the general tenor of his 1works always and must work d. rt shall overcome its atheist enemies, and continue its glorious
Day by day scientists are remarks from the patron of! always for peace. career of freedom under God.

discovering more and more the church the Good Shep- "It should be sufficient for aS z'r. "We invite all our fellow citizens to aid us in this noble
the purpose of many thingsformerly herd. those who are anxious about undertaking
not known. All 0 f "The Roman Pontiff the future to think of children. P, c. the cathedral Parish's schools
as vicar J ._, .. .. _, ........ The Vice President and party
which leads us to the full conclusion Lof the Good Shepherd must (Like children,) we are all in .aAiw.rRillcs.r d. < 'w'iii' 7P:Pvr_ "'"" 'O to' &'O in St. Augustine, who formed
that all things that exist think not only of the lambs hands of the Lord who helpsus ON SITE WHERE'SPANISH FOUNDERS LANDED were greeted at the entrance two long lines as a guard of

were created for a purpose. and assists us today and al- Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, Bishop of St. Augustine, welcomed United States to the Oldest Mission by Arch- honor for the Vice President,

Now the most important ? ways." Vice'President Lyndon. B. Johnson to the Mission of Nombre De Dios in St. Augustine. bishop Hurley. Children from VICE PRESIDENT. Page 10
in the -
thing world is man. -
Endowed with Intelligenceand Off to SpainST. Call to Exter idGoodbxampleUivenMen
free will, he is far superior -
to all material things, Michael V. Gannon, director of .
and to the whole animal the Mission of Nombre De C 4 ,/YSa HolyNameJENGLEVOOD atSouthwest Rallyombined

kingdom.If Dios, was scheduled to be on I

therefore, everything else his way to Spain by the time F : ...:?1W. ; | The CI: good example of many Holy Name men joiningress

has been created for a specific this issue reaches our readers. P I in public procession can imp> the world, :Monsignor George W. Cummings told

purpose obviously man has An official delegation, including these assembled here last Su nday.< The spiritual moderator spoke to about one hundred
Father Gannon
been created for a purpose, and to leave St. Augustine,,Flor-was 1J4ZJ delegates to the spring Holy; Name rally from the parishes of the Southwest Coasta

if he Is 'more important thanall Ida, for Spain on Friday r,Deanery who participated in Missa Recitata in St. Raphael Church at 9 a.m. '
things else, he must have I .
JJpnsignop Cummings wasP
March 15, io participate In, :
been the growing strength of the to be held throughout the
created for a very important ceremonies ,celebrant of the Mass, and
making Aviles, diocesan Fisher program and Diocese In the coming weeks
preached a sermon on .the necessity -
Spain, a alster-City of St. the interest of the would assist the
parish Holy
And to arises a question, \ for the existence of God I
in the United
cietles in active participation. men to work In the Fisher pro-
question everyone'atltt himself Stat.,.. and presented the obvious: evidences
He announced that HOLY NAME 10
and others of His existence. He
-"Why was I
founder of St. :Augustine t "
created?'* "Where did I come ( the Nation's Oldest City, +'4 stressed the intricacy of the iw"' .J.l'Y ; :.. 'J"i: AiAtUIUIU

from?" Why am I In this life?f" was, Don Pedro Menendez, who physical world and pointed out +

"Where am I going when I was a native of Aviles In that only a Great Mind could
leave here?" In other words, Spain. 'have successfully produced In
"What Is my purpose in life?" correct sequence all the com- "

The key to the answer Is plexities which make up the i S. : :
: ;
to be found in my Intelligenceand universe. i
free will. Auxiliary i I Bishop At the breakfast followingthe i
Mass, the president of the i
Why did God give me intel
Of Dies St. Raphael Holy Name Socie- i '
Harrisburg "
ligence? That I would use ito t I .
ty, A. Buonanno, welcomed all j s >
seek knowledge and truth, ]HARRISBURG (NO-Final J P9i; Ya'
the visitors. Frank Oceak,
and in so doing to find God homage was rendered here to ly:
coach of the Pittsburgh Pirates
Himself. auxiliary Bishop Lawrence F. I : ,-' t: 4 was introduced as a surprise

And why did God give me Schott, 55, of Harrisburg. : speaker, and his talk, followed -I
free will That found -- -- ---
having j solemn Pontifical Requiem FOR IWO U.s. CAUSES by a question and an- I
God I would freely strive. to Mass was offered on March 15 swer period, was received by '

love and serve Him. '1-0;:, for him in St. Patrick's cathedral Po 1postulator John XXHI congratulates Father Nicholas B. Ferrante C.SS.R., '(right): the men with interest. I'

T* 'Age-Old n'isdonir- here by Bishop George L. of the cause of :Mother Elizabeth Seton, following the Holy See's approval Daniel A. Naughton, presi y E:aklr
Leech of Harrisburg. dent of the Diocesan Union of
of the beatification of Bishop Neumann and Mother Seton. At left is Archbishop -
In fulfilling my purpose of The sermon was preached by HNS, attended the rally from
knowing and serving God, I Bishop James A. McNulty of Enrico Dante, secretary of the Sacred Congregation of Rites. Mother Seton his Jacksonville home and also

attain my highest potential in Paterson. Archbishop John J. will be beatified March 17 and Bishop Neumann's beatification is tentatively set for briefly addressed the break bu
this life and ensure for myselfand Krol of Philadelphia gave then June 23. fast meeting.SI .

indeed earn for myself, a final absolution at the conclu- It .,r.' .,: ..,. "... ..N. "noh/en rmplm..lzrd I ,
eternal destiny of happInesswith + +: b A 2k
sion of the Mass. Burial was d
God in the next life. in Holy Cross Cemetery.Bishop' ; : g; ; ,.> < ;;<

AU of which is summed up Schott died on L M __
briefly in the simple Catechism March 11 in a Danville hos-
question-"Why did ]pital after a long illness. Fitsuitdetoto
God make me?" God made me Bishop Schott was a nativeof $ t
to know, love, and serve Hi[ of Philadelphia. He attended St.
in this life and afterwards to i be Vincent's College and St. Vine tats

happy with Him In the nextIn cent's Seminary in Latrobe.He .
that answer lies the He was ordained to the Priesthood E!!E Ifeion Ho

dom of the ages.Church. on June 15, 1935.Build 10flWtC y I

Lir- ,
t o-\'
to> Cross : '

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Museum at Old( Mission .-- -- OUR DISTINGUISHED VISITOR
Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley '(left) invited Vice

President Lyndon B. Johnson to sign the guest book at
ST. AUGUSTINE National, state and local civic
? America's Oldest Mission. The Mission's director
groups are working, as is j the Diocese of St. Augustine, to <: Father
hold an outstanding Quadri- Michael V. Gannon, right, attended.
mission highlights 0 f his z
centennial year.Archbishop plans, pledging at the same .P I t I IY Ir Success Assured StatesFlorida's

Joseph P. Hurley time his support of the notable t, ,
told other members of the National 400th anniversary projects. v
Senior SenatorST.
Quadricentennial 'omTne Mission of Nombre De

Dios, he said at the Commis- L t
sion's organization meeting, Y AUGUSTINE State officials take great heart to

Area Meeting j plans a museum and historical know that the Catholic Church and the Government of

library. The volumes and the ,. Y Spain are going to put such a tremendous effort into the
ORL.\XDO-The Fishers of 3 memorabilia to be exhibited celebration of the 400th anniversary of St. Augustine in
this will meet in the social the historic and t
area will emphasize 1965 1"I.1.U_ ..__1.. __.... "'__1_
hall of St. Charles parish., Orlando 3 religious foundation of St. Augustine This comment was made \ ; l..uunu cUIU peun;: -

at 8 pjn. on Thursday; j F here on Monday by Senator once more Join hands," this
March 21. In addition, there will be Spessard L. Holland while he time to take note of their hIs-

In calling this meeting, Archbishop erected at the Mission an il- and Senator George Smathers toric deeds here.

Joseph P. Hurley emphasized luminated Cross to remind all and other distinguished guests Senator Holland Raid be

the need for each the people 0 f the Christian .- .. were visiting America's Oldest ua referring;: to the fact that
Pastor to bring to the meetinga beginnings of the Nation. VICE PRESIDENT VIEWS- -WRITTEV RECORDS, OLDEST---s.IN U.s. -' Mission with the Vice President the Priests and the Spanish
goodly representation of his Among the most Interestingwill of the United States. explorers came here together .
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson and Archbishop until Verot's :March
Bishop discovery. Coincidentally,
J best Fishers. The Fishers objects to be displayed during "The success of the Quadri from the Catholic
review their efforts of the past the Quadricentennial, the Joseph P.Hurley look at the first pages of the St. Augus- 11, the day on which Vice President Johnson visited centennial of our Nation's Oldest land of Spain to found the

few months and discuss waysto Archbishop indicated will be tine parish registers, dating from 1594 on. The existenceof America's Oldest Mission, was the 93rd anniversary of City In St. Augustine in Oldest City In the UJS. and

Improve their techniqueand a the oldest written records In the old records was discovered in 1871 by Bishop the Diocese of St. Augustine. Archbishop Hurley's J 1965," said Florida's senior the oldest parish In 1565.

make their'work more effectiva. the country, St. Augustine's Augustin Verot, first Bishop of St. Augustine. The Diocese was erected by Pope Pius IX in 1870. The :Senator, "is assured because Others were also Interviewed

parish registers. records had languished in church archives. in Havana French-born Bishop Verot was named first Bishop. these; two great entities-the SENATOR, }JaKe'f



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Catholic Florida ReportsRockledge

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Members of the Dad's Clubof
Jesuit High School, Tampa,
Holy Name men of St St. Mary's Catholic 'Yomen'sClub
plan "A Night To Remember"
Joseph parish In West Tampa will have a mother-
dinner dance April 21 at Fort
gutters on both daughter Communion break

school buildings during the'Homer Hesterly.Jacksonville. fast on March 17 following the 4645 9th Street North
past week. 7:30: Mass. Guest speaker will

Every Wednesday evening be Mrs. R. Pariseau teacher at

there are novena devotions In The Holy Sacrifice of the Our Saviour School, Cocoa F z- r- RELAX! LETs
honor of Our Lady of Per- :Mass was the subject of a Beach. .

petual Help at 7:30: p.m. followed -J spiritual program presented at Mrs. L. J. DeMarkis, nom

by Benediction of the 1 the March 11 meeting of the inating chairman, has announced -
Blessed Sacrament. Catholic Woman's Club of the following slate of Tii HOME AND SCHOOL OFFICERS INSTALLED, CATHEDRAL PARISH I
-- --
. During Lent every Friday Jacksonville. Father Henry J. officers: The Cathedral Home and School Association will be Estrada, Carlos Harnage, president; Donald Wehking,

'. 'evening at 7:30: p.m. there are :Miron, president of Santa Fe Mrs. R. Soderstrom president guided during the coming months by the newly installed :Mrs. Aguiar Reyes and Mrs. Ben Fleming. They were installed
devotions and Stations of the ]High School jn Lakeland officers pictured in St. with
narrated for second term; Mrs. O. Augustine Monsignor JohnP. by Mrs John Versaggi. YOU.
,Cross at the Church. ] "The Mass each holy N. VanOrman, vice-president; Burns, from left: Mrs. Basil Triay, Mrs. Vincent I ( flOLTJI DUFLICATUiQrBOBLEUI
: step of its fulfillment." Father !

'ST. ,PETERSBURG Dennis O'Regan, assistant pastor tary Mrs.; Mrs.L. L.A.McFarland.Zimmerman secre-, Tampa .1 J St AugustineCATHEDRAL Anna Maria I It. Pt VtltlOVER *".'rfHE
. 1 of Immaculate Cuba Parish
Conception ,
treasurer. The new officers will q; n..r..ter tlaruo"411.euo
EN JOY AUTOMATIC I IIIKeepFilled" Church was celebrant. of the be installed at the April meet IslandST. -- 1517501
"dry" Mass. Father T. C. Kelly C.SS.R., Beginning at about noon on

Peter Brown, teacher at ing.The annual card party will of Our Lady of Perpetual Help AdoptedFloridians By Palm Sunday, April 7, the BERNARDOn April 15, the St. Bernard
DELIVERYPhone Church, reports that the Holy fourth annual revival of the
Bartram School and choir director be held in April Mrs. James Guild will hold an Easter Mon. 35 YEARS OF AGE?
Name Society and the Fishersof blessing of the fishing fleet
: of
Christ the
King and Mrs. R. Coletti day card party at the Annie
St. Pete-898-1111 I Church spoke on "Liturgical chairmen.Mrs.Fay are co- the parish have,inaugurated will be held in Matanzas Bay, Silver Community Hall Bra- HANDS TIED

Clearwater-446.8314FadOlt Music in the Church Today. another phase of Catholic Action FORT LAUDERDALE (XC) Just south of Bridge of Lions denton Beach. Play will start BeCAUSETHEY
Thelma Pasley gave a In Ybor City with the or- by Priests of the Cathedral of LACKTRAINING
Mrs. Louis E. Joos was workshop The auxiliary Bishop of at 1 p.m. Refreshments and
review on "A Child of Mlr.acles" the block
ganization of St. Augustine.
% 110. Havana, Cuba offered Mass table promised.
prizes are
assisted by Mrs. by Father Frederick Once a week the group visits here All boat owners and spectators lr7
last week in Our Lady
Emil: B. Zoller, co-chairman, Gehring. the home of a Catholic family, are welcomed. There are ;I F
OLDEST and LARGESTIN Queen of Martyrs church
and Mrs. Charles I. Bennett, Mrs. L. L. McFarland Pub- neighbors and friends are Invited where parishioners have no registrations, no fees,and no euCCEssIIIOII

PINELLASYuloanuuutlonnutlnutzuliutttwotuuu luncheon chairman.iiiiintiniiifnnrninntniiRiiiiiiiiinHniic. licity Chairman, reported on and all say the rosary. spiritually adopted the prelate's commercialism of this event is HEINZENfl FAT
SECUI Catholic newspaper origin and Rosaries for this purpose are permitted. e
= _________________ ___________-_ weekly and monthly publica donated by the Rosary Guildof Bishop parish Eduardo in Havana.Boza y Mas- Monsignor John P. Burns a CM B. Team

OFFERS tions. the parish and distributed vidal l, who was forcibly exiled pastor of the Cathedral, will SERVICE Adrsa..d 1't..I.

'j The guest speaker for the without charge.Englewood. In 1961 by Castro forces and preside at the blessing of the :1BKK riCKVr A I>ELIERTSlth Tor Mor Iat.sa.tl.. fOut \*
2.3 &*4 Bedroom Homes in 5 fishing fleet. St. A 18th Au. So.
.. .
resides in This Call
evening was Dr. Mary Cath- now Venezuela, Is C p a >
Phone 897-6I
St. Jude ParishTransfiguration oc ryne Park of Brevard Junior pastor of Our Lady of Charity The prayer for the blessingof 8&1I CKEEK STAMPS Name :".Ut.l.'.,w.tt2s.0 cn).
'jI College. Her topic was "Books ST. RAPIIAEL parish in Havana. ships reads: Jth St. A 18th AT*. So. '..'.*...
Parish g "May the peace and blessingof Phone 8V841SSFLORISTGREENHOUSES Address rrcxcrxtjCity : : .UOmsDIIIKI
Transcend Space and Time. The spring deanery meetingof month Priests and
Sacred Heart Parish She said books often influenceour the Southwest Coast Council parishioners of the local Almighty God, the Father, ..Tixirnx miuiTmiTrrrStat .
I! the Son, and the Holy Ghost,
? lives, sometimes for good of Catholic Women will be parish offer a Mass and corporate : ,fin.<."rrri: txriirrnr'_-=."
As Low as $90.00 Down sometimes for evil. Dr. Park held at St. Raphael mission parish Communion for the descend upon these ships, and
upon all who shall be in them, .
9E GulfPorsAcademy
said: on March 14. Mass will be spiritual and physical well. "
and remain
- = B is the who 9 a.m., followed by Benedictionof being of the parishioners in forever Amen.
"Happy finds
man of
B 1325 Arlington Avenue N. Phone 8bT413bFanuumnoImnnuuomwuuunuuuummnnmmnamummonnmmuanmt= Traditionally, the blessing of
the Most Blessed Sacrament. communist controlled Cuba.
; wisdom, for wisdom is defense. the fishing fleet is led by a
Luncheon will be served yat Speaking in Spanish at the ZtOO LaLtTlttr AYe. 80.ME Culture
Wisdom gives life. Read a book Coast Guard or navy vessel; :: WIRE FLOWERS Beauty
Early Wynn's restaurant. Mrs. Mass Bishop Boza expressedhis

: FIAT I "THE QUALITY ECONOMY: CAR1 and gain wisdom." .The Bible is Elmer Taetz is general chair thanks and praise for the craft then, of in over order 32, shrimp feet, and boats private .8672136St. F t.rtbnrff .,'**H 345-4435 %
also literature. man. charity and kindnesses shownto I
Cuban refugees in Florida boats. Our Advertisers help supportour nil Gnlfport Bl, St. r.Urit.H

F GOOD a by Bishop Coleman F. Carroll SarasotaINCARNATION newspaper Do you help Frank Mediavilla, Director

SEDAN R' TERMS and the diocese of Miami. support our Advertisers?

The spiritual adoption of the
: parish in Cuba Is in coopera- The Ava Maria Guild of Incarnation Dorothy and Ted Calvo invite you to _

: NOW ONLY- $1569 -FULL PRICEIF tion with the league of prayer Church will sponsora .
for the captive peoples whichis rummage on Saturday, : '
, YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ECONOMY LOOK FOR now being organized under March 23 and on Monday, PotothyclQ 3 1 t :.
March 25, in the Nixon Building
3100 5th AVE. NO.
the chairmanship of Bishop
BILL BROWNS ST. PETERSBURGBY Alfred F. Mendez C.S.C. of on Central Avenue at Five *.Exquisite -Unique Gift Creations J ,. I.

Arecibo, Puerto Rico. Points in Sarasota. Shell and Driftwood Originals 1
Other members of the execu Mrs. Joseph Kowalskl chair. Why Pay More? We offer Low Country Priced

THE BOX tive committee include Bishop man, has asked members of Largo Phone 584-4423 St. Petersburg 391.5072 f

#.. Boza, Father Lamar J. Geno- the Parish to bring items for 11211 I Seminole Blvd. (U. S. Hwy. 'Alt. 19)) Largo R..

K var pastor, Our Lady-Queea tnt'this, sale either ,to.t. e church
OR BUCKET w' hall or the Incarnation Grade I ,
Martyrs parish, and Dr. Natalie
.. White of Fort Lauderdale. The School. t

"IT'S FINGER LICKIN1 GOOD" league is under the patronageof Daytona Beach For Your Real l Estate
Our Lady of Guadalupe.
ox HAKAW ummiOMONAi KOPC Objectives of the league are LOPEZ HIGH SCHOOL And Insurance Needs Call '
to encourage the faithful in Members 'of the Mothers' i
free countries to adopt spiritually Club of Father Lopez High LaVoie Realty & Insurance ,

and pray for the Priests School will have a rummage 4154 Central Avenue Phone 896-4133
and laity in parishes of Cubaor sale on April 16. Proceeds will ";!\I '

behind the Iron and Bamboo go to the school's library fund.

PHONE 898-4422 Curtains who have been de- For pick-up, friends of the
prived of their spiritual free. school may contact Mrs. Bob
AND PICK IT UP 11 dom and the ministrations ofa Garstar, OR 7.1723 or Mrs. W.

Priest. W. Alagood, OR 71926. Weekdays .
items may be delivered
2501 9th St. No.
Eau Gallic between 9am. and 4 p.m. at

F r the school's gymnasium, adds -- -
ASCENSIONInstead Mrs. C. Beradi chairman. BVIMKST.
of meeting at Ascension

, Miss Constance St. John a !ti OPEJf eA'r.to .
Church In Eau Gallie
student at Father Lopez High I II NOON
Up To 4GUARANTEED it has been reported this week,
% CUBAN BISHOP SEES U.S. CHARITY members of the deanery of Or. School, has been awarded first PETERSBURG BEACH
On recent visit Miami place in the Volusia county division Ph.n. nth AT*. Calf Bird TRUST1ERVIC9'
a to Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo
lando-Central 'Council of Catholic .
the American 180-5581 Tea Amount L .r.d by F.D.I.t
ry li INTEREST Boza Masvidal of Havana (who was deported by Castroin I Women will assemble for oratorical of contest. Legion

vri11 ON SAVINGS 1961)) viewed the residence area for 500 Cuban exile Mass at the new church just Miss St. John will compete
II.IITIIIIYIO children maintained the Catholic off A1A.
by Welfare Bureauat I
with the winners from Duval
Accounts May Be Florida For Catholics Of Pinches County
City.Jackson's The 9 a.m. Missa Recltata for and Putnam counties for the
Opened By Mail the deanery on March 21 will district contest which will be

Edouard C. Craig be offered, said Father Mar- held at Father Lopez High Calvary CemeteryEndowed
THE NATIONAL BANKOF ShoesLadiu' tin Power, at the Holy Nameof School auditorium.

ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA & Mtn'sClinic Contractor and Distributor I Jesus Church on Highway Care
for MaitlandST.
AlA, about mile
a quarter of a
1000 TYRONE Member BLVD. &F.D.I.C.9th AVENUE NORTH Miller Vikon Metal l. Ceramic J south of the Eau Gallie Cause MARY MAGDALENAll U.S. 19 at 58th St. No. Phon. HE 6-4238

GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK Vitality-W.yenbtrg and Mosaic Tiles way.Mrs. women in St. Mary Mag Office Open 9-4 P. r. Daily & 1-4 P Jr. on Sunday

Cushioned Bttlatrts 917 49th St. So. 347-4101 Joel Sayers Jr., president dalen parish wishing to make
t of the deanery, said that reservations for the Orlando-
641 Central! Avt. 862-1355 Please Patronize Monsignor William J. Mullally Central DCCW Deanery meet.
Fresh SeafoodALL our advertisers... P.A., V.F., spiritual moderator, ing. March 21, may call Mrs. SEE US FOR THE BEST -

was looking forward to a large Robert Oliver, TE 8-3880 or AUTO HOMEOWNERS HOSPITALIZATION
gathering of Central Florida :Mrs. Frank Ley, MI 4-4466.A .
I Priests and members of their .
ALL FRESH LOCAL two-week mission, beginning
affiliations at the deanery: March 31, will be conducted TYRONE

SEAFOODS IN SEASON meeting. Business will be conducted I, for men and women of
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} The Florida Catholic Friday, March 15, 1963 Page Three
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Predicts q4Q ,.! St. Augustine Looks Ahead to 1965

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briefly at the time the Vice F : a kr
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Don Carlos Robles director-

general of information, from ". 8
Madrid, said: 'S 4) : u
"This is a moving experience, 1
especially for a Spaniard, to

come and pay a visit and to .. ._,... ISV
pray at the sacred site of the COMMISSION MEMBERSVice 4/i
founding of the oldest city in
President Lyndon B. Johnson administered the oath of office. to membersof ,
your country. It is moving to
contemplate that men from the National St. Augustine Quadricentennial Commission on-March 11 in the.Old. g :\

Spain made this beginning est City in the United States. Members: of the Commission include, from the left, t

here almost four centuries ago. Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews; E. R. Lutz, representing J. Peter Grace Jr. >

"I consider that this Is apart of New York City; Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley; Charles Patrick Clark, Washington 4F

of the historic work attorney; Herbert E. Wolfe; and Conrad L. Wirth, director of the National'Park .. "t r r
made by Spain, not only here Service. Not pictured are Edward H. Litchfield, chancellor of the University of'Pittsburgh r a o a

but throughout the world to who attended the meeting; and James R. Golden who represented Henry

spread Christian civilization, Ford II at the organizational meeting held in the Hotel'Ponce de Leon. S 11 S. t r
and I feel, as!' a consequence, S.

a little proud.** dral parish, Monsignor John P. land and George Smathers." organization meeting of the S. j S .\R it

Don Enrique Suarez de Burns, Cathedral pastor, said: The organization meeting National Commission: *
Puga, secretary-general of the "It is a great joy and honoras of the National Quadricenten "We had a.successful meetingand

Institute of Hispanic Culture, pastor of America's oldest vial Commission was held In the spirit of unity that was : 55.i.' \ ,-I.
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Madrid, remarked that he was parish to welcome the Vice St. Augustine the same day. manifested, bids''' fair' to make ': _
happy to note the presence President of the United Statesto Vice President Johnson administered the Quadricentennial of St. DISTINGUISHED VISITORS AT OLDEST MISSION
here of Spanish Priests, modern America's Oldest Missionthe the oath of officeto Augustine one of the finest Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley welcomed the distinguished commission in Madrid; Don Aguirre de carcer; Senator

missionaries to this coun Mission of Nombre De Dios Archbishop Hurley and things ever: to happen in our visitors with Vice President Lyndon B. Johnsonat Spessard L. Holland; Archbishop Hurley and the Vice
try. in St. Augustine."We other members appointed by state. America's Oldest Mission: on March 11. Above are, President; Herbert E. Wolfe; Don Carlos Robles; Sen-

Hs recalled that it was con- also take great pleasureIn the President. "A variety of views was ex from the left, Don Enrique Suarez de Puga; Don Ramon ator George S. Smathers; and Don Luis Ballesteros.

quistadores and padres who welcoming the representatives A St. Augustine banker, pressed. It Is most helpful Bela Armada, director of the United States educational They are in front of the :Mission chapeL

came in 1565 and that "the of that great Catholic Herbert E. Wolfe, is acting and inspiring to get the viewsof _.".,,.'. -11.1__"<,'._' '_on_...... Alii W.I1-: : {.....1f.__
word of God remained here, to country Spain. chairman of the Commission. the people who came from ? .a aY P + jQ
the great glory of the found ""We are honored on this occasion While he was with the official far areas of our country to j .\Y,.4 r x'

ers." also by our two eminent party at the Oldest Mission, show their interest!in our old r

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tennial will send an elaborate invitation to Spain for

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.., ';._'" -!I1f'' 400th anniversary in 1965. Viewing the invitationare
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Government of Spain pic descendants of the Cath- Augustine restoration; Carlos Robles, director- meets the Ambassador( to the .

tured here accompanied ,<. olic founders of St. Augus- Don Carlos Fernandez. general of information. in United States from Spain, '

Don : :Antonio Garrigues, ; tine. At the entrance of..+ Shaw, attache at the Span Madrid;, Don ,Aguirre de Don Antonio Garrigues. The ) ,
Ambassador of Spain to j:America's Oldest Mission: ish Embassy in Washington Career, Spanish ministerof Spanish Ambassador was In 7 t Y

the United States, to St..I' on their visit Monday, .? D. C.; Don Enrique cultural relations in St. Augustine for the his.

Augustine for the launching <; ternoon, are, from left, I Suarez de Puga, secretary- Washington; Monsignor toric events held on March r t iJ

of preparations for the ,,:: Father Michael V. Gan- : general of the Institute of John P. Burns, pastor of IKAt
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tenniaL This group, on r: ther Diego Conesa, Span- ; Archbishop JosephP. ; and Mrs. Rita H. called attention to N

giving their reactions t 0 :3 s ish missionary serving in Hurley; Don Luis Bal- O'Brien of St. Augustine, the proximity of the flags of IU I

their visit, expressed esC::: the Diocese of St. Augustine lesteros, information counselor administrative assistantto the United States and of 4 ItK lii

pecially how proud they ; Earle W. Newton, Washington, D. C.; Mr. Newton. Spain flying over them. S r S '

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took place on the balcony of a
Spanish-style house (above).
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"S I arrival, members of the Commission -
$w V T r e t.e M and distinguished .cit-
: izens of St. Augustine gatheredon
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r ra crowds milled (at left) on .the
narrow St. George Street gee-
tor. In addition to the U. S.

& gL) 4i 9w Army gun salute on the occasion -
the 13th Army Band
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"Ii Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson (left) addressed the balcony. Standing, at right, is the U. S. Ambassadorthe I Atlantic Ocean-to moderate. the

citizens of St. Augustine briefly on March 11 from from Spain, Don Antonio Garrigues. : I SO* sunshine.


. Catholic Comment Frank J. Sheed Reds Drive to 'Erase Original! Sin

Christ Shared His PoieIThForgive HAPPILY- at long last sev- Brown and Yale and on the is featured by a torrent of

our leading news- West Coast is undoubtedly books.

Sinners papers have come around to an 1 helping to make possible the Outstanding among these is

I Explorer's First Acts ComparedON Repentant understanding of the sino-so- ]preparation of secret Red cells The Laws of Social Develop

viet debate. as is usual, which will prove as ment" written by Grlgory
< fllTHY do you have to tell your sins to a Priest? You
Con splcuous troublesome to American security -Glezerman for the foreign

Monday of this week Vice President early explorers dedicated their I land_ W haven't "sinned against him. And he's got sins of among these as any Cuban schools. languages publishing house of

B. Johnson officially launched ing site to the Name of God. Their first his own, anyway. Is the Provi- That Americans must Moscow. This is a clever and
You may of course quote what Our Lord said to the dence Journal, t3't come more quickly to an sophisticated production,
our government's participation in the public act was a Mass of thanksgiving and
Apostles the first time he l of what which aims to tear the bannerof
came among which has understanding communism
400th anniversary of the nation's first permanent to implant the Cross of Christ on this por-
them after His resurrection from the been all along \t actually alms for is philosophy from the handsof
continental settlement, St. Augus tion of God's vineyard.In .
I' death that He had died to expiate men's heading in the Indicated by the biggest of all religion.Its .
tine. Mr. Johnson visited the Mission of contrast we were heartened to hear
I sins: He breathed them said "Re- other direc- present Red drives. : great purpose is to assert
Nombre De Dios, the landing site and the our own men of space give thanks to God; .. :, ceive the Ghost upon" and tion. On It is the preparation of the that dialectical materialismthe -

place where the first parish Mass was cele and the entire nation went down on its "Holy gave them March 1, it comrades for the coming of the fundamental denial of the
to forgive sins or withhold for-
brated. knees during our past space ventures.It surprises us communist society and the existence of God inevitably

We of the Diocese of st. :Augustinetake was sickening to learn of the observations ,) '.-.-- giveness. And you may provided your l HBM "perfectability" of man. produces historical materialism -

great pride in our Sacred Acre at the of the Russian space men who said questioner is. still there go on to explain Louis F. Budenzwith Original sin shall be or the economic laws of

:Mission. Thousands visit here each year to they did not see God in space. Their first I how by serious sin we have snappedoff aM B "proved" to be a superstitiousfiction. society. Out of these laws will

re.live our nation's beginning. Hundredsof act was a sacrilege they wished not to the current of God's grace, switched this editorial conclusion: j come without fail world socialism -

Priests have celebrated Mass at the site implant the Cross but the hammer and off the grace, so to speak. And you can "Westerners need to keep in No non-communist has any and then the communist -
point out that the sacrament of penanceIs mind that in any event j idea of the thrill that electrI- society. Such is to be entered
of the first parish Mass. The late renowned -
sickle.Whether the way established by christ Our Lord not only for whether they act In concert or i fies the follower of Marx and into at first by Soviet
Ivan Mcstrovlc in will be used for the
space forgiving sin but for switching! on the current again.As discord, both Mao and Khrush. ]Lenin when he contemplates Russia, but also by all the
bronze America's first Priest good of and the of God will depend
parish man glory I have. already suggested, chev will fctill consider themselves ]Khrushchev's promise at the "socialist countries" quickly

Father Lopez. upon the spirit of those who con- you may not have held your is impossible for himself Is not blood enemies of capi- ;22nd soviet party congress that following the soviet lead.It .

About 100 miles south of the nation's quer it. The hammer and sickle have already questioner through all this; he quite as secure or certain as it 1 talism and will be giving top t the communist society will is amusing to note that

oldest city is Cape Canaveral. It is from been implanted there. Whether the will go on listening only if his was. ]priority to ways and means of 1 begin to exist only 17 years this promise has been con.

this-spot that our country plans expeditions Cross will be implanted there will dependon objection to Confession is that As he sees us walking the 'burying' the West. j from now. stantly postponed.

to the moon. The space men have whether this nation, which is producingspace we are insulting God by tellingour incredible path to the confessional This is a salutary attitude Then, according to the pro- To read Frederick Engles In

much in common with the conquistadores men, will at the same time pro- sins to anyone else. But there may well be which could well be carriedout j gram of the communist partyof his "Antl Duehring" one
the first faint shadow of the into every other field of relations -I the Soviet Union there will would think that both the
who landed at the Sacred Acre at St. duce modern conquistadores ready to con- whether he listens because he
feeling that here, but for dls- with the communists. i be introduced free care of of the state"
is interested in what away
Augustine. The spirit of adventure, the quer space in the name of God. you are
desire saying, or only because he is a belief In the grace of God, There can be no basic compromise I children away from their parents and communism were to come
to subdue the world, inspired the The Mission of Nombre De Dios
polite man who has decided to goes he. with them and no I free food and free medicine the day after the socialist rev
conquistadores, inspires the space men. beckons all to look at the past. Cape Cana- A Catholic doesn't
sit it out, you, will still not trust put in them because of I< free municipal transport olution.
The modern conquistadores can learn a veral beckons all to look to the future. We know what he has started
have met the real difficulty. this, their ideology ] free public catering, V. M. Molotov as soviet pre-
great lesson from the predecessorsthatis hope that the spirit of the past will be With the average modern when he breaks off a conversation Emboldened by the undoubted -i grants to unmarried mothersand mier in the late Thirties promised .

to find God in their discoveries. The found in the conquest of the future. man you get nowhere by prov- with a casual "SorryI'vegot fact that the United ; to mothers of many chil- that Moscow would Introduce
ing that God wants us to do to get to Confession. States has failed to free one I
something if he himself pro- But as the thing becomes, if segment of any captive people to be followed by the years unless war intervened.But .

Father John J. Castelot foundly dislikes doing It. You only for a flickering instant i from soviet rule, Moscow has I i gradual ending of all costs for World War II did occur.

must deal with the dislike first. less unimaginable as something j now embarked upon much :any service or facility. In 1939. at the soviet party

I Telling his sins to a Priest he might do himself, he wider ventures. Out of such a condition will congress, Stalin said that communism

Divine King's Help Petitioned (who may indeed be as he realizes how very much he We all know from the C.I.A. I
____ u. _ __ says, a sinner) is something he would hate doing it. 1 that our "victory" in Cuba has :i new man, who will harmoniously "the encirclement of capital
THE israeines naa but one could call upon him in time of: from a verb meaning "to go finds utterly repulsive. The temptation is to ask him 1 turned out to be the success I combine spiritual wealth, ism by socialism."

: God himself. That is war with deep religious fervor up," and the idea was that the More precisely he finds the what he expect-sins are base j for Khrushchev's "strategic re- :J moral purity, and a perfect It will be Interesting to we

why their nation is called a and strong confidence.In smoke of the burning victim idea of it repulsive, when he acts, does he expect to get a i treat" that this column said it :]physique." Later we will haveto what excuses are given in 1980

theocracy (God-rule). They psalm 19 we have a fine ascended heavenward to please is reminded that Catholics do medal for being repentant? Re- was. The continental congress 1 look sharply into what is for further postponement of

were his example of such a prayer. The! God. This was of course just It.for himself he would sist that temptation: sarcasm j for solidarity with Cuba ::meant by "moral purity," since this "perfect society." It may

Chosen People people are Interceding for their'symbolic. loathe the idea If he ever never helps. j scheduled for mid-March aims Engels and Lenin with their be, Ironically enough, that the

charged king as he prepares, perhapsin The real idea was that the thought of it as possible. But And this is another of those \to strengthen the school of :stand against the "bourgeois sino-sovIet dispute will b. the

with the sub -_-_.- the Temple to set out for, prayers of the offerer would he doesn't.In occasions where we ourselves sedition, subversion, and sabotage -':family" and Lenin's great alibi.

lime historical );_ battle. The psalm reads: rise to God and be heard by the face of its impossibility may be an argument, simplyby 1 which now exists there. ;friend, Clara Zetkin, with her But in the meantime, unlesswe

task: of safeguarding The LORD answer you In him: 1 he hardly bothers about its being ourselves. Your man The complacency of our own views for the destruction of grasp this goal of communism -

anddeveloping time of distress; the name of :May he grant what is In your :repulsiveness. He realizes that will see this obstacle of dislike i universities in permitting communist that family present peculiar quickly, the West will be

his the God of Jacob defend you! heart and fulfill your every 1 there are people weak-minded less towering, if you can say- : leaders to speak on ::ideas on the subject. visited with endless disasters,

revelation ando s,.,. May he send help from the plan ((5)). i enough to be bluffed into it by as after nearly sixty years of 1 their campuses in Virginia, The worldwide campaign difficulties, and defeats.

f preparing'_ sanctuary from Sion may he In verses 7-9 the people express -1 their Priests, or even eccentric it I can-that you dislike goingto

for the coming TW sustain you. May he rememberall their complete confidence i enough to wallow in talking Confession yourself.It Father Leo J. Trese
[ is odd what effect
of his Son the your offerings and graciously in the divine help for ;about their sins. But not he. an this
King of holocaust ((2-4)). which produces: he feels you more of
Kings who would accept your they have prayed. :never he.And .

bring the fullness of divine The sanctuary was, of They know that God will here we meet one of a fellow-creature. Once again, Prayer canSurmounl Obstacles/ I
truth and establish a universaland course, the Temple, where not abandon his "anointed." those situations where we if you, why not he? :

eternal kingdom. His people the people have gathered to As a sacred person the king ourselves are an argumentfor And you can analyze the _
ask God's the dislike for him. It is rather as have to pray. It is an I have so many distractions!" 01 our distractions, GOd Kin
ruled blessing on anointed with oil
were of course, by was holy on the truth of something WE
human kings, but the latter king. the day of his installation. revealed by God. one feels about a cold bath in that we cannot To voice such a complaint Is was there in the calm heart of

were considered to be merelyhis Sion was a poetic name for From the Hebrew word for"anointed" winter. One hates the thoughtof 3 escape. It is not only that :merely to confess that we are the whirlwind.One .

vicars, his viceregents.In Jerusalem and especially for comes our English Indeed we are not merely an it: but it is not so bad when 'we as creatures owe obeisance :human. The mind is more of a of the more common

this capacity the king the Temple. word Messiah. argument we are the primary one, is actually In it: and one 1 to our Creator. :mischief-maker than is a child
was a sacred person. His Inter- The people ask God to remember The Messiah was to come argument without which the'real ,feels wonderful afterwards. "We do. But I of four. :is the phenomenon known as

ests were Yahweh's Interests, all the sacrifices from the royal line of David, arguments will not even'be So far you will only have '
the Interests of Yahweh's peo which the king has offered. and now that he has come we considered.Our met the questioner's almost instinctive I! it is J prayer is like trying to talk to 'son is one who has lost the

The "offerings" were the or- know that he is indeed the questioner simply can- reactions against having .:1 by prayer that :a friend on the phone when power of Judgment in moral
ple.This not imagine himself going to to tell his sins to another xv e maintain matters. He thinks that he is
sacrifices anointed the 1 there
being the case, the dinary unbloody of one King of are two or three small
enemies of Israel were not grains and flours of different; Kings. He, too, has his kingdom Confession at all: the fact that sinner. we can sit there and There is be- with God and
speak a long yet
way no
merely political or militaryfoes sorts. the Church, and his vicar, We have to remind ourselves -
of a purely secular nation. The holocaust was a more i the Holy Father. |quite calmly of going may fore he accepts the confessional ]keep our soul____________ that unwanted dls. He is never satisfied with
They were enemies of God solemn and impressive sacri The enemies of the Church make the first dint in the un- as the right thing even I imaginabllity! We don't I as- for Catholics. :flow of His tractions do not destroy the i
himself. fice. The name itself comes( are his enemies, and we can interminably. In confession he
For in attacking his people from the Greek and means: pray this psalm with real sume anyhow, seem to him He must be made to concentrate ,3 grace. Prayeris J J'a effectiveness of prayer. is afraid that he has not told

they were attacking the instru- "burnt completely": the animal I meaning, especially in these notably eccentric, or weak- his mind on the na- : as vital to Once we have settled ourselves I his sins adequately. He wantsto

ments he had chosen for the victim was first slaughteredand I days when persecution is so minded beyond the average.If ture of sin itself.If our spiritual life as his air I:; to pray and have fixed 1 repeat his confession over
we, why not he? sin is the disease hose is to the physical life of
working out of his plan of universal then burnt entirely on the j widespread. It is a sort of extension not seen as our gaze upon God with the In- ;and over again.Fortunately .
I don't mean he asks that it is then 1 the deep sea diver. Nobody can
actually no 1 tentlon of
salvation. They were, in great altar. of the short petition of communing we know that
effect attacking him. The Hebrew name has a different -the Our Father: "Thy Kingdom question instantly; but the secure -value can possibly be seen in i say exactly when and how ]Him, then no number of distractions -']prayer is not always such a
certainty that the thing the suggested remedy. J Ji much we ought to pray. 1: invalidate
Consequently the Israelites connotation. It comes 5 come! can our ;i iprayer. struggle.If .
Certainly no day should 1 Inevitably there will
we hare prayed regularly -
begin without offering the I be times when the mind is
Father Lawrence S. Cunningham day to God and no day <
Question BoxEvolution should end without thanking J nay have to peek at God by there have been come won.

I God for the graces of the day f fits] and snatches, as we might derfnl moment when we

of Lent Centuries OldQ. Vocation Found ImplicitIn and begging His forgiveness ,watch a TV program when people have felt the intimate nearness -

for the sins of the day. J are walking back and forthn of God.
Structure of Our FaithIT Between these fixed points i front of the screen.It .
The other day while the sixth century started the day. The ordinary rule of fast- our own spiritual needs and be that the We have found new courage
may at end of
talking to a non-Catholic usage. ing in the old days was to I our own generosity towards z md strength. We have gained.
is common for a person to i I think of a vocation in terms tGod friend the of Lent The practice of fasting make but one meal a day and will help to establish our
subject goes
a state in life. We realiz e that, in the final analysis, I rayer we can only say, "Dear
the 1 back to the Old Testament. In that only in the evening. :Meat prayer schedule. seen ourselves
came up. She asked me our sanctification depends of the word "Lent." 1 the Book of Exodus ((34,28)), and, in the early centuries J on It would be utter nonsenseror x nore clearly through God's
meaning permit us to cooperate withdestined the that God has J rou except a lot of distrac-
Would tell the we read that Moses "was with wine were entirely forbidden graces j anyone to say, "I haven'ttime f ye!. We have discerned the
please me
meaning you of the word? the Lord 40 days and 40 nights.He during Lent. for us. under divine grace man retains 1 l to pray." This is a matter t ions" Let us say It, then. direction in which we should

neither ate bread nor drank: The principle of "parvitas Yet. before we can speak ofa j his freedom to choose for or C of life or death. Time must be God will accept the offering \walk.

A. In its original meaning water; and he wrote upon the materiae," i.e that a small vocation to a specific state in against God. made j for prayer, even if the ,vith as much loving pleasure It is worth a dozen distracted
the word "Lent" means merelythe tables the ten words of the! quantity of nourishment which life (marriage. Priesthood, C daily paper must be neglected ,
When we look at the over- as If we had had Him in sight I prayer-times to experience one
( must discuss
"spring season. ,covenant. was not taken directly as a we a more C or TV, or social activities, or
general vocation that all plan of salvation, we see a ill the time. Amid the tornado i uch: clear-eyed vision as this.
Since the spring time was The early Christians commemorated -meal did not break the fast every recreation. We never say, "I
that vocation is implicit in
associated with the 40 days of ( the death of Our Lord[ was established about the 13th ]person receives: the call (vocation the a whole structure of the I haven't time to eat." We know ..

fasting ,preceding Easter, the ;by setting aside Friday as a L century. ) to holiness ana salva Christian faith. 1 hat: we have to eat if we wisho TRANGE BUT

word "Lent" has been used as (day of fast. In addition to the s Over the course of centuries tion. Only then can we beginto continue living-and so we TRUE

a synonym for the Latin term Friday fast, the Catholics of! a recognized quantity of solid 1 speak of the means of There is the Invitation of do. Little-Known Facts for
acquiring that holiness (God; the generous response of
40 to The
"quadrageslma, meaning the first centuries took upon i food, not to exceed eight which We stress the word important thing is to By M. J. MURRAY "4"....X4W ........
we are called.St J man.' gen-
days. Teutonic tribes of Eng- have a fixed and definite
themselves special fast days in L ounces had come to be per-
land who were converted to preparation for Easter. mitted after the main meal Paul assures us ,that "God 'erous, because it is not always time for prayer. LI.8'I.
Catholicity by St. Augustine in wills all men to be saved" (I 'easy to choose God. Many The period should be long PAEa
No doubt the was ordinarily eaten
example of I: at
i Tim. 2,4)). This is a true will in 1 times people feel that the immediate enough for us to gather
our Tiv&a'v
Christ's and Moses' fasting 40()I noon.
(God, not just some vague wish- world stands as a barrier houghts and to allow for t. OM
days influenced the Church in Gradually, the custom of :fulness or velleity. : between them and God.
something; than
more a hasty
establishing the Lenten seasonas l taking a cup of liquid (tea, God's On the surface of the
will to save us is so things, Our Father and Hall We
( i11 f A
we now know it. coffee, etc.) with a small piece loving and expansive that path to God does not seem to nay be able to use some of our CVVIA
It is held by some that Lent; of bread was permitted in the He be an one or
sent His only begottenSon easy one may unch hour for the We
Cattelternbllihed was also established in commemoration morning. feel frustrated in the effort to jEirC'SZSAAIA f
to redeem us from our ; nay be able to set aside sometime
of the 40 hoursthat I The laws of fast remained sins by His death and resur. or after dinner.If .
Christ lay in the tomb. essentially the same over the rection. the world. It is in such .situations ours is a jam-packed day icuso rMs1 IMfCQtp ''
Tcrr :FrlciaT In the time of Gregory theGreat past few centuries until the Thus God by sending His ; that we must act with we can find time for prayer by ( -qI4 '' 4 Dwiioa BUlUXJM flaggjus ERfCTJO .I J/1

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Conference and Martin,New'publishers'* Service.represents.Boner mately the tenth part of L times have brought about Thus, our primary vocationin vocation. sacred as we possibly can maket.

live. Entered as second class mall year. changes in the Lenten fast this life Is to respond to the The vocation to salvation introduces "No, not then" we say;

under May 1 the. 1951 Act of at March Orlando 3,. 1J7J.Tstber Florida. At a later date the desire to laws, the spirit of penance loving gesture of God. us to the divine life "that's our dnner hour." ,

reach the exact number of 40(I which inspired Moses to fast God, having manifested His
days led to the establishmentof t for 40 days and brought the will and His plan to save us, God sharing in the inherit. rayer never should be the I)( -: \

Ash Wednesday as the be-. early Christians to do severe expects man by human en- ;ance of Christ" (Rom. 8,17)). first thing jettisoned. .- -.: III

Executive Tlneeat Editor J:. Smith ginning of Lent. The extrafour L. fastlngs remains with us. deavour under grace, to co It Is therefore, in a fundamental Happily, most Catholics are L"f trU01EVAI..'

Editors: MUt Jane Qut days brought the numberto It is a truly proud tradition. operate. Cod saves us, but not sense the supreme alert to the importance of EUROPE IT vw* wq'I :i

Mark A. Mellwlr the desired total of 40 days(,' It marks us as followers of after the fashion of a collectorwho grace. Yet this vocation does prayer. LUCKY CONSlDrKED 1 #L4YC" _____-____ sICIlJItI't n RJIN
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particularly: In the light oi for us by fasting 40 days in God has issued His work he LADY? HAY?WHICH VMS A %MY WJ' RM\U CIit
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the relaxed fasting laws of to. the desert. men with free wills. Even ,salvation in this world. keep; my mind on my prayers. .. -- .

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Practice of Charity in Lent Washington Letter

Cuba's Threat as Red Base Unfolds

FOLLOWING is the text shining truth, purity in our ening and setting all on fire: before thy face, and the glory ""'-t t

.* of a Lenten message way of life and-consequent. Deus est God is: Ego sum qui of the Lord gather thee up"Is. John F. Kennedy's meeting in Costa Rica with Central American

broadcast by Pope John ly the seeking and acquiring sum ((3)). To Him be glory and ( 58,6-8)). Jj PRESIDENT highlights the seriousness of communist subversion in this

XXm over Vatican Radio of every other virtue That is Lent, that is the

recently. In his talk he calledon through prayer, the sacraments love.The sublime harmonies of practice of true penance, and hemisphere.It to resolve them;" "dislocation," The majority of communist

Catholics to and mortification.We Revelation stand out in greater it is what the Lord expectsof -j is the hope of the government or the weakening of the social agents who enter a noncommunist -
that the sessions will
are now entered upon relief during the time of a all, in "the acceptable produce structure to create disorder, country now use false
austerity, pray and do Lent, the first Lent after the council, which Is. as it were, time" of grace and forgive some agreement to control and guerrilla warfare, followedby passports and documents, and

penance for the success of commencement of the counciL its open book: from the Credoin ness. more effectively the flow the control of the people nationals of another country
the Council. The Pontiff in and out of Cuba of communist -
It Is the period most trained militia. wanting to go to Cuba have
propitiousto unum Deum (I believe In Our voice Is entering this through a
said: make In acquiring guerrillas and agitators. "There can be no. doubt their travel documents sent to
progress one God) to the et vitam yen evening into your homes, andit
The special circumstance of virtue and especially in the turl saeculi (and the life of the is a paternal Invitation to .1 President Kennedy said that, that the creation and main- a third country, where they

the ecumenical council already practice of charity towards world to come). correspond generously. In, while this is something each tenance of a communist contact Cuban agents the report -

opened renders every moment God and towards men. It is to truth that the Church Christian families the solid and country must do individuallyas government in Cuba facilitates says.

of the liturgical year a suitableone "Behold, now is the accept perfectly adheres and aroundit age-old traditions of ecclesiastical an element of sovereignty to an extraordinary degree The committee urges that

for Inviting both clergy able tlme"-St. Paul wrote to is gathered the yearnings of discipline find sensitiveand the United States is bringing the subversive action of each country tighten its own
and faithful fervor of life it "to the attention of Latin
to international communism in
the Corinthlans-"behold now so many souls who foresee a ready souls whom We restrictions on travel to Cuba,

and to Christian endeavor.On is the day of salvation" ((1)), to new season of grace announced gather in spirit around Ourselves America countries as perhapsone America," the report asserts. and that nations cooperate to
of the most Important
the first of July last lead to a more immediate fulfillment through the deliberations of that together our heart "This is true not only with
each other to better en-
can do this winter. help
year the day dedicated to de of the law of love: a the Fathers assembled around beats may ascend In prayer to things we respect to the spread of cosy Its tightened restriction
votion to the Most Precious love which has as its beginningand the Successor of St. Peter, and the Divine Redeemer. As nearly the same time, a munist ideology, but also whatis

Blood of Jesus, We addresseda its ultimate end the at one with him In acceptingthe O Lord Jesus! who at the [ senate committee has made more dangerous because it

solemn exhortation to pen Creator and Lawgiver of the inspirations of the Holy beginning of Thy public life ; public the report of the special constitutes a center quite near- ,

ance by the encyclical Poeni- universe, "Father of mercies Spirit and In readiness for the didst retire Into the desert, consultative committee on security by for training agents of every

tentiam agere. and God of all comfort" (2)); a apostolic ministry. deign to draw all men to that I.4'C. .. of the organization of kind whose function it is to
that meant changefor love which by edifying men ; ; : __i i American states. It is a chilling develop subversion in the
By we a It Is, therefore, the coun. recollection which is the ,beginning
the better in our modeof will give them a knowledge of cil which gives the tone to of conversion and p.y(4- document which calls for bet- countries of the hemisphere."

thinking and acting in those truths which will cast this year's Lent, by stressing salvation. ter control on travel to and There are "many" commu-

accordance with the teachIng light upon their path, will remove from Cuba. nist training centers in Cuba
especially the task of every detached Thyself -
of the Gospel which la all doubt and conquer good Christian to live the Having the house of Nazareth tJ : Communism, the report for guerrillas and agitators tameless
every weakness; a love exemplified of rather _____ says, pursues its goal of the report says, naming a half- ..
precept charity, and Thy sweet Mother, Thou 7 c
by austerity of habits, world domination through score offhand.It .
than merely to contemplate trials of solitude IS THE
didst will the
Daytona BeachBABCOCK serene joy and a harmonious various techniques. is noted that countries .
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communist relations have
This will be a Lent for the training of activists friendly pro-
doers not of mere spectators.You of miracles, Thou
faithful of all rites, of those FROM TILE OLD SOD of all kinds; infiltrationof gressively facilitated travel by .
understand, dear chil didst answer with the firm
which trace their origin directly Archbishop Daniel Mannhe: previously chosen organizations their nationals across their ,
dren, that Our words today are ness of the word eternal,,
VACUUM SERVICE back to the venerable apos- of Melbourne, Australia, recently and institutions with a borders. But communist abuseof
particularly to which itself is miracle of
Repairs & Parts All Makes tolic and patristic traditionsand not outward calling you practices, which heavenly grace. a celebrated his 99th view to gaining control of this simplification of travel ELECTRIC

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317 3rd St.- HOllY HILL of a more recent and author- The time of Lent! years ago, the Archbishopwas ," or converting "indif for their own protection, to Impose -

ized form of ascetic life and of worth. 0 Lord: Permit us not to accustomed to walking ferent people" through the exploitation restrictions on travel by COOKING
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LLOYD COX whatever be their ethnical for your fellow men, who are foolish virgin; let not the en native of Ireland, lie has
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CUNNINGHAMOIL apply yourselves to the most ANTONIO (NC) Irish diplomat Frederick H. ,
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grave duty of religious instruction Boland has defined the "challenge of our times" in an ad- your
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Historical Interest Examined For w. ..i l':'; Mother Seton by Alumnae :SUNDAY, March 17 v

'.. 3rd Sunday of Lent. (Ma's of

Penthouse on Top Roman SeminaryBy u ..... -.t.;.. zr :NEW YORK (NC)-The marble sarcophagus in which Lent Sunday, Creed, Preface of

.' the remains of Mother Seton will be placed after her *&t
MONDAY, March 18
Patrick Riley .. beatification at the Vatican :March 17, is a gift of the In- (Mass of Lenten weekday

NCWC News Service ternational Federation of Catholic Alumnae.
2nd of St. Cyril of
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ROME -Among the thousands of penthouses that have sprouted from Rome's roof ,.:if--- jurs. John r.: nennessy, Seton committee secured Jerusalem, Preface of Lent).

tops is one atop the Pontifical French Seminary that was transplanted there timber-by- .. .., ,( IFCA president, who left on lZ ,OOO signatures requesting TUESDAY, March 19

timber and tile-by-tile. This loft was salvaged with loving care quarter-century ago March 10 wth a group of fed- consideration of her cause, St. Joseph. (Mass of feat!

from a condemned building by the Holy Ghost Fathers who staff the seminary.It -' ; eration members to attend the which were presented' to Gloria :nd prayer of Lenten.
beatification ceremony said: Creed Preface of
has a conspicuous place in Pope Pius XI in 1931. weekday
is still there with the that .. "The IFCA executive committee
the history of their world-wide along corner a thick beam de- St. Joseph).
order, which now numbersmore top of the table on which he scends to the opposite corner, k'PL. agreed to call upon mem- The IFCA presented a \rJoUXtsJral''b: 20(

than 5000 missioners and wrote his rule and a commen- where the ceiling is less than SEMINARY SHRINEA bers to contribute the fund for bronze commemorative tablet (Macs! of Lenten weekday,

teachers. tary on the Gospel of St. John. three feet high. The ceiling drafty garret, transferred the sarcophagus and its in- for the wall of St. Peter'schurch. Preface of Lent).
In that draughty garret the He also had a chair, now miss- slopes from, the central diagonal stallation. It is a privilege to New York City where ,THUUSD.arch 21 .
timber-by-timber to Rome'sPontifical
Venerable Francis Libermann ing, a crucifix a picture of St. beam to either wall. provide the permanent casket Elizabeth Seton a convert, (Matt! of Lenten weekday,

roasted summer and froze in Francis of Assisi, and a library The original building material French Seminary, for the foundress of the American made her profession of Faith. 2nd prayer of St. Benedict,

winter while he wrote a rule consisting of a Bible a missal, was carted to the has a unique place in the his Sisters of Charity who She also was memorialized by Preface of Lent).

for a community not yet in and the Imitation of Christ. French seminary and up to tory of the Holy Ghost Fa* have educated so many of our IFCA on a column in the National FRIDAY, March 22 "".*

existence. This community the A new entrance has been the fifth-floor roof from the thers who staff the seminary.It members." Shrine of the Immac- (Mass! of Lenten weekday,
; built into the and the Piazza delle was here that Venerable late Conception in Washington.Prior .
Congregation of the Holy garret present Cinque- r The IFCA was founded in Preface of Lent).
Heart of Mary was destined to( old one, through which Liber- lune a few blocks away. Francis Libermann wrote the 1914 by two alumnae of St. to the annual meetingof SATURDAY, March 23

be joined to the older Societyof mann entered his room from All that marks the spot of rule that would eventually Joseph's College Emmitsburg, the United States Bishops in Mass of Lenten weekday

the Holy Ghost and to be the, the house of a hospitable the Patriarca house and its rejuvenate the Society of the :; .,. '. on the site of the motherhouseand 1931, the committee wrote each Preface of Lent).

means of its rejuvenation. family named Patriarca, has neighbors is a slight wideningof Holy Ghost. In upper photo, .: ..>t.":' school begun by Mother member of the hierarchy sum SL'XD.arch 21 '

Libermann was In Rome, been walled up. An original the street which gives some a bust of Libermann sits on :: :: :.: :,. xR' ". ; Seton where her remains have marizing its work and askingfor Laetare Sunday. (Mass! of 4th

his window has been removed and idea of how closely these the desk where he worked 1 rested since her death in 1821. the Bishops' cooperation.At Sunday of Lent, Creed, Pref
hearing for plan .
seeking a [ enshrined in the Holy Ghost houses crowded upon one an- almost 125 years ago.: The '. ':' tli t "n.: In 1930 IFCA began a cam- that meeting the Bishop ace of Lent).
for community
a missionary Fathers' senior scholasticate other and how narrow the original plank (lower right) is one he Jlt. :. ""' paign for Mother Seton's ultimate *' sent a resolution to the

devoted 1840.to Negroes. The year at Chevilly France. Every- streets were. used for a bed in the cornerof '''':"f '('' ft.ri": canonization.The Pope in the interest of Old Parish Razed

was thing else except the plaster is Like many 19th century the garret. ; I.: ..... federation's Mother Mother Seton's cause. MONTREAL (NC) Th.
Libermann was 38 and not: original beams rafters tiled stories of but nice For more than 30 the
: poor people years church of a parish which dates
yet ordained. He found many roof and brick floor. starving in garrets Liber- Recalls How Irishmen BefriendedConversion IFCA urged recitation of the back to 1724 will be demolished

doors closed in his face firmlyand Only one corner oi the room mann's story had a happy prayer for canonization at conventions to accommodate today's heavy

sometimes unceremonious is high enough to accommodate ending. Two influential Priests meetings and in private motor traffic.St. .

ly. The epilectlc convert from 1 l a man standing erect. From who had opposed his plan be- Mother Seton in Era ofBy devotions.Mrs. Francois d'Assise!!! parish!!!
Judaism aroused suspicion and l
came warm supporters.The : Hennessy was accom- Is the third oldest In Montreal.
active opposition in several in sacred congregation for panied to Rome by JosephineT.
: Summer Camps Thomas E. Its stone-faced, double.tur-
fluential quarters. In his gar the Propagation of the Faith Amend, Bronxville chairman retell Norman style church

ret Libermann waited prayed,, SANTIAGO (NC) Chile's which directs the Church's News Service of the IFCA Mother Seton and some 150 homes surrounding -

wrote and shared his frugal I l Catholic charities organization missionary effort encouragedhim SAINT Patrick's Day The great day for the Irish, takes on added significanceAnn committee; past presidentsAlice It will be torn down to

meals with the pigeons who>, is sponsoring summer camps to begin his foundation.And :March 17 when American-born Mother Elizabeth Seton is beatified.the R. May and Mabel. make way for a link of the
wandered through the garret's 5: for more than 100,000 of thecountry's Her have
back in Strasbourg, biographers writ- Wingate of Baltimore and :Mrs.
trans-Canada A
mation on :May 26, 1806, and Setons on their voyage to
only window. needy children. where Libermann had been ten much about the great in- Walter J. Whelan of Coral
church is to be constructed on
also received her sister-in-law Leghorn from New York in
Today the garret is rarely Some 4000 of Chile's young born the son of a rabbi in a fluence of the devout Catholic Gables; Adeline M. Camarota of another site.
Cecelia Seton into the Church, :1803 remained lifelong friends. 1
visited except by those with attend each 10 to 15-day sessionof ghetto and raised according to family of Felicchi in Italy who Philadelphia IFCA first vice-
and instructed Anna Maria They are mentioned for their
an interest in the Holy the seven camps which strict Talmudic principles, befriended the young widow president; and Mary R I t a
Seton, oldest daughter of Mother :kindness to her on her last sad BEACH MEMORIAL S
Ghost community and its were started in 1959. coadjutor Bishop Raess said he when her husband died therein Byrne and Mrs. John J. Coak-
Seton, who in 1812 joined trip abroad.It .
history.A Caritas-Chile also distributes was willing to allow the devout : 1803. ley of New York Mae J. Mano- CHAPEL J:
her sisterhood. is said that :Mrs. Seton'sfather
plank Libermann slept on L surplus United States food Jewish convert to re-enter the But little has been said gue of Washington, and Lea St. Petersburg Buck MO-Mll
Mr. and Mrs. James Barry, Dr. Richard Bayley '
products to 103,887 children in seminary and prepare for or- about the Irish in her life'ho Sain of St. Louis. SEMINOLE BEACH I. ,
pious and well-to-do Catholicsof physician and army surgeon /r %",,' :
180 schools. The food dination. \\] aided and guided her '.; MEMORIAL CHAPEL
New York City befriendedher and first health officer of the
41J ;fsmnal acneA. Libermann left his to both before and after her St. Peter.bnr IJl-IBOT
CJ -amounting to 671,406 pounds garret
from her conversion and port of New York was stricken TV License Sought
be ordained 18 conversion to the Catholic
distributed to and- on September ,
H. Cratg Bandar L. Bennett camps remained loyal and helpful while aiding the gravely ill WASHINGTON' (NC) The
schools is received through the 1841 by Bishop Mioland of
the Irish fleet of Irish
Ambulance Service friends. Among many from a immigrant Boston Catholic Television
U. S. Catholic Relief Services- Amiens and write a new chap- We have for example the
VA 4-1673 women to join Mrs. Seton in ships which brought a plagueof Center Inc., has applied to the AMHERSTMONUMENT
words of Mother Seton in a
National Catholic Welfare Con- ter in the history of the
AUGUSTINE fever to New York.
ST. the formation and expansion yellow federal communications
Church. letter dated at Leghorn, Italy,
ference. [ of the first American religious He died in 1801.
mission for a license to operatea
I on January 3, 1804, which mentions .
sisterhood, the Sisters of On the main bronze doorof
TV station channel
new ; over
that her charitable Roman
Priest of St. at Emmits- St. Patrick's Cathedral in & CO.
KYLE-McLELLAN INC. Says friends "have even taken Mercy Joseph 38 at Boston. Monsignor Walter -
the trouble to bring me their! burg, were Cecelia O'Comvay New York, is a full length L. Flaherty director of INVITES YOUR INQUIRY;

FUNERAL DIRECTORS Slums ShouldBe best informed Priest, Abbe, and Maria Murphy of Phila- relief figure of ElizabethAnn radio and TV for the Boston Quality Work Guaranteed

'17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLEEL (Peter) Plunkett, who is an L delphia. Bayley Seton.It archdiocese, filed the application. 509 So. Dale Mabry, Tampa
Thomas Kelly of the facultyof bears the title "Daughterof
M 3-3966 Continuous Service Since 1856 RemovedMONTREAL Irishman" in an attempt to .
convert her. Georgetown College recommended New York, the city where

and took a kindly in- she spent the greater part of
It was a young Irish-born<<; L
(NO The top curate at St. Peter's Catholic: terest in Mrs. Seton's two sons, her life. GRISSOM' FUNERAL' HOME

JOHN S. RHODES JI? Catholic Charities official here church on Barclay street, New'r: William and Richard during Participants in the annual i Phone 847-3131

has said an aggressive programof York Father Michael O'Brien t l their brief stay at that school St. Patrick's Day parade there KISSIMMEE"OLDEST

slum elimination is neces- ((1806-08)). Captain and :Mrs. have added cause to salute her
FUNERAL DIRECTOR O.P., who had much to do with t IX CENTRAL FLORIDA"Operating
sary for strengthening family counseling EpiscopalianrearedMrs. [l O'Brien of the American brig as they pass the church this Under Same Name Management

1721 Gulf-To-Bay! CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055 life in Montreal. Seton during the soul Shepherdess who befriended year.

Father Patrick J. Ambrose,
searching period the year pre-

director of charities, said ceding her conversion. One of:: Proposal Te:\rmed Threat HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir
slums should be
replaced by
he loaned her
the books was
Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home buildings which families could Conditioned Chapel-Parking Lot
Father Robert Manning's
557 CLEARWATER.LARGO ROAD-LARGO rent with an option to buy. "England's Conversion and Reformation To People \in Maryland AMBULANCE SERVICE

Telephone 584-2119 He said that 143 families Compared." FOSTER E. HEATH, Funeral Director

24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE have come to his agency in On March 14, 1805 he received BALTIMORE (NC-A I Il sterilization: bill proposed in Corn. Lime and Ingraham Phone 682.0 !III
the past for help because -
year constitutes "a
i her formal abjurationof l :Maryland's House of Deleg ates grievousthe

they have been evicted Protestantism, in the pres assault upon the dignity of t human being," the news-

BRETT FUNERAL HOME or forced housing.to live in In substandard all- ence of her close Antonio Italian friend Filic-I l paper serving the Baltimore ;archdiocese has stated. PHONE 877-7524 i

and benefactor
The Catholic Review in'a
345-0101. AMBULANCE SERVICE cases, there was bad effects says employed in attempting to set
Seton in letter this
chi. Mrs. a '
upon the family, he said. wife Mrs. Amabilia Filic- front-page editorial that up standards makes the proposed A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL
House Bill No. 563 "is of
me .. "Frequently, people look the one legislation a threat to
chi, immediately following the radical 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE.
| most proposals ever
SUb. upon good housing as a con- joyful event, refers to Father the bodily integrity of a large TAMPA 7, FLORIDA
made to a state legislature.
tributing factor to the preven- O'Brien as "the kindest, most> segment of our population.

.._ tion of delinquency" he said. respectable confessor with The paper states the bill

"This is true, but good hous- the and firm "would authorize both voluntary .-' .
4810 Central Avenue St. Petersburg ing is not so much a matter of compassion yet sterilization of adults AmendmentsMade :
this work
in of inch
William T. T.."r THOMAS J. BRETT ness mercywhich T: Atngon flernora/CAapefi
Catholic Owned and OperatedF. preventing delinquency as a I would have expected[I and compulsory sterilization ,

matter of plain social justice." from Our Lord Himself." of certain persons under the On Obscenity Law AMBULANCE SERVICEST.

"Good city planning and Father Michael age of 21 )'ears."
Hurley PETERSBURG 482. 9th Ave. No.
\TI.XT.Geor ia NC
( ) -
true social justice he said
0.8.another young Irish In proposing legalization of UW'ATER-LAnGO AND GULP REACHES
H. Osgood Telephone "take precedence over other Priest, who came to St. sterilization operations upon The Georgia senate unani- 11590Alt.. 19 Ph. 391-0111 581.7611

welcome developments such as Peter's as a curate In July, persons 21 or over the paper mously amended a proposed
Funeral Director HE 5.2 126 obscenity law passed by the
neighborhood and community
1805; took a serious interest said, the only requirement set ,
centers and a complexity of social in her spiritual and temporal forth in the bill "is that the house so as to prevent cities
agencies." affairs. physician explain the meaning from setting up their own Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.

Osgood Funeral Home Father Ambrose said that 81 He aided her at her Confir- and consequences of the op- censorship boards.
per cent of the homes in Mon- eration to the person to be Senator John Gaynor of AMBULANCE SERVICEThe

treal are rented. He said 73 per sterilized." Brunswick county declared Finest Service Available Regardless of Your MeansT.

cent of them have no central Prelate Asks Help> 'The mere whim of the adultis it was "crucial" that the

Park Blvd. & 48th St. No. heating. sufficient reason for the operation legislature i pass an obscenitybill R. Downs President D. W. Ford L.F.D.

Pinellas Park Florida "We have seen how com- For Zulu I Children I under the terms of this because one no longer
pletely dependent our poor and | proposed legislation. A desire exists in Georgia. 1045 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg Phone 862-3609

low income families are on LONDON (NC--Archbishop to engage in promiscuous con- The Georgia supreme court

proprietors and how helpless Denis Hurley O.M.I., of Dur-duct is sufficient reason under last year ruled the old law unconstitutional -

TELEPHONE NE 6-2441 P. O. BOX 428aii they are when a proprietor is ban South Africa has appealed the terms of this proposal. because it did -
unscrupulous" he said. to English people with l not include newspaper radio Robert A. Ff..k" TTm. C. Journr
that the
J The sec-
relatives in South Africa for paper says and television station. Funeral Director :;r- Funeral Director
[ ond portion of the bill "pro- t
Resigns from Paper funds to help the Church's S The senate's action eliminates ---
unt BJUIIXGlLXCJohn work for Zulu children.In vides for sterilization upon any a house amendment to '.,
e 2l J person under the age of 21 the original house version fisJshin 1 "Ficfe; t & ivurntyan:
L. Wright, Jr., has resigned a letter published in that the
effective April 1, as assistant the British press, Arch- years eration 'is in the best interestof op- which allowed municipalitiesto FUNERAL HOME

editor and promotion managerof bishop Harley said: such minor and society,' and regulate obscenity. Becauseof Oxygen & Radio Equipped Ambulances
the Catholic Week, Binning the senate amendment the
6 POINSETT DRIVECOCOA "Where previously our mis- that the person 'is afflicted UEU3EX
i bill must back to the house
ham diocesan newspaper. Mr. go
sion schools received a large with any hereditary form of A
: Wright, a member of the board for reconsideration.The 107 Mass. Ave.
government grant each mental deficiency -
year r mental illness,
I of directors of the Catholic receive '" senate also providedthat W ST. CLOUD
they now a single
or epilepsy.
I Press Association, will join a the first convictions on NATIOfA Stt.ctID: : kcrncaa. Phone 892.2155
: Birmingham advertising agencyas penny.providing The over Church's 50,000 childrenin task of "In effect," the editorial charges of obscenity under the

an account executive. cornpulsory new law would be classified as
South Africa with the opportunity sterilization where the
SERVICING % Monsignor Frank Wade editor of Christian education a misdemeanor and the second Serving St. Petersburg Families For 40 Years
4 the be
---- announced Wright will be wishes of person to would be a felony. The house

succeeded as promotion man- and a most advancement tragic setback.has received -sterilized count for nothing. had stipulated that a person JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., Funeral Directors

ager by Braxton Winfrey, the "The government naturally The paper also says that "the would be guilty of a felony AMBULANCE SERVICE
--- V business manager. very vagueness of the terms upon first conviction.
expected that Catholic

HALIFAX mission: schools would ceaseto ....
exist but we could not al

SINCE 1916 low this to happen. Serving Eustis & Vicinity Since 1915 /Y ,
"Repair work to mission y tY

buildings has been halted,

BAGGETT-McINTOSH, Inc. plans for new buildings Zeller Kennedy & Hamlin
shelved and our teachers' sal
aries reduced by one-third.

B. BAGGETT, President i MODERN fUNERAL HOME "We have had to discontinueall 1rlIJ I I 3Ab mrQ( I If:

BILLY GROOMS Manager &1oy.oed A.Dury.a.koak M.1" school meals although

736 S. BEACH 543 HALIFAXCL 649 2nd Ave.So. Ph. 862-6503 nourished many of the and children come to are school badly 326 ORANGE AVENUE-El 7-2636-7-4662 Rhodes East Chapel, 4th St. & 7th Ave. North 862-5155

CL 23767DAYTONA BEACH PORT ORANGE 5-2576 ST. PETERSBURG having had no more than a AMBULANCE SERVICE Also New Rhodes West Chapel, 900 49th St. No. 3474121pst

cup of water for breakfast."



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Pope John Shows .yi. j w -..,f C "._.,,;"..,:-f, .,'.", "/.{"",x...,-,. 'w""v.. a'. _r"J.. -..s'i - ;""" -::.', ,v The Florida Catholic, Friday March 15, 1963 Page Sevea
Humility 0 : "
D. ,'
+3 lE.: PS-'S" ....., ,' .. ,.

In Speaking of Peace Prize Hnf) c.,, i.. 0_:.s ."-.j."T Je}fx ,, .a 'Poor Old Liberal Arts' Is

.R v. "
ROME (NC-Pope) John's recent visit to the Churchof y '. ," '

Ascension here was to join in Lenten services. The # Still Correct, Author Says

Bishop of Rome also gave the parishioners an impromptu r :!i

talk l at the end of the evening prayer. rt a'e jr CINCINNATI (NC-The "poor old liberal arts," according

"The Pope enjoys being ; to Father Robert I. Gannon SJ., who wrote a

among parishioners who are your'"Bishop say: 'Peace be to at a book on the subject, are "still old, still poor."

poor. He knows what it is to you, he said. w ev ? The Priest admitted to an

grow up in humble circum- "Now, not only men of the } 5 55 Interviewer that his lifelong trend was all In the other di-

stances," he began. Church greet the Bishop who .erK .1 campaign to generate enthusiasm rection," and registration in

Pope John recalled his parents passes and reply, 'Peace be for literature'and'his liberal arts courses kept "declining.

and said: "My father and with you,' to His greeting, but tory and the classics hadn't led .
also men of state whose main Sil
mother are watching me now 1.0 any great crusade. To create a renaissance In'the

and share my Inmost joy." occupation is not praying. e M y "The vast majority of stu- liberal arts would require,an

The Pope told his rather "They have deemed it suit- a.h lents," he said, "regard educa- extraordinary "conjoining of

noisy audience-he tried gent- able to accompany this re- ion as a correlative of income. circumstances and personalities -

ly but in vain to stop their sponse with a sign, with a b College Is considered just a ," he said.

murmuring-that he was gladto special touch, saying as it e.;, .rp place that enables them to get
The S At the same time, he, dreamsof
receive the 19G3 Balzan were: Pope speaks. He 5 more money."
Peace says peace be with you and it the establishment of "at
Prize. It was recently "With that point of view,
is time to unite ourselves to + i uK least a few centers where the
announced that Pope John 55i he added, "they are hard to
him in this.' 5. 5 S spark be kept alive, as It
will receive on May 10 the interest In Horace, Anacreon, may
Pope John finished his was In certain monasteries
prize, which last year went to i or Thucydides. "
talk by remarking how much through the Dark Ages.
the Nobel Foundation."You F x r r The former president of
hate often heard he enjoys his trips outside y e Fordham University, here to

the Vatican."Let 54 '!5 give retreats, declared: '

the Pope go out from S e S. "With t 0 d a y's youngsters
Mass for Benefactor
time to time, poor man. He
,1 F there has been a trend away LENTEN
TEL AVIV (XC) Solemn does not like being shut up in .4'a a y Y wro 4Ce e from ideals. They are given to

Pontifical Mass was offeredfor that palace where his home '\ wise, hard calculation. They MEALSCALL

Belgium's late ArchbishopLouis consists of two or three rooms want to know, what's in it for

Kerkhofs in a church in among all the rooms that are 4 me?" FOR

the Galilean village of Ailabun there." And too many adults, as

which was built under his He said that his ride to Ascension S well as students, think of the

patronage when he was Bishopof I church was like a tri liberal arts as "an affection, HOOD'S1Sveot
Liege. umphal A crowd estimated % '-' "
; an antique, he went on. "Theysay
Bishop Georges Hakim of at 100,000 stood upon : ... things like, 'We've got to

Acre sang the Mass on February -.sidewalks along his route. be practical,' and they ask

23 in the Melkite Rite for Little boys climbed trees to ST. JOHN SCHOOL, ST. PETERSBURG BEACH, EVALUATED questions like 'What good is
,. .. .. .... ...... .. ,
the prelate who died De- at him and windowswere .h1r1., ;n., !
on wave v"iiuuicii jji\;i-uicvj. are, icAc row starting at; the back, SL John School in St. Petersburg Beach. Their teacner, culture?' "

cember 31. full of cheering people. Mary Therese Holland, Mary Elise Angermeier, Kathe- Sister Christa :Marie, welcomes the visit of Dr. :Marie Father Gannon deplored CHEESE

rine Clements, Kenneth Kmet, Mary Ann Klingel; right Gearan, Boston College professor, and the pastor of St. the tendency to crowd oat

SCHOOLSACADEMY row, Kathleen Cobb, Lynn Wortsmann, Margaret Di- John's, :Monsignor Patrick Trainor. Last week, Dr. liberal arts courses with

Gregorio, Sharon Breckenridge; right, background, Gearan was on the Sun Coast to gather data for the business courses.

Mary Ecklund. The youngsters attend the first grade at Boston College evaluation of diocesan schools. "Most companies worth join

OF THE HOLY NAMESResident Y_ WilliamsKnowing ing," he said, "expect to train ;

CONSULT THIS LIST before' uue their executive candidates, and itllC S 55a
and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully eglon or f Decency going to the th..atre. Films the candidates, can learn more 11, .. ":.... ,

accredited. Program Includes: college preparatory and general rated published morally,, In unobjectionableare the second Who to Call Helped in three months of this kind of ,\ a
courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy Rates New MoviesIssue of each month- training than in four years of .

Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa, Florida. March U. 1983) college."
Morally Objectionable in Part for All Assemble Winning Angels
"The same is true in jour-
Back Street FII Mary Had a Little JL "
nalism he said.
ROSARIAN ACADEMY Blood ana Roses JK Mark The JS are expected of angels. That's their busi- .a
Born Reckless JK Maxine U MIRACLES "The best journalist Is the
Resident and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful Cabinet of Callgarl JK Mongols JKL are pros. man with the best education." ,.. tRE '
Lake Worth. Grades! one to twehe. Fully accredited New Chapman Report 11U Night of Evil JKMU So when the Los Angeles feathery breed soared from G T It1E11 ,
And the best education, he { C1tEF
Concrete Jungle TU E ,.
Night U My Future J
buildings. All sports. music, art, dramatics. Directed by .
wM. ,
Confessions! of an No Exit JMU eighth place to third in the American made clear, is the result of w+c
Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address! : Registrar, Opium ester JW No Love for SJ
nOS.RIAXc.n} (\, WEST PALM BEACH Cur of Frankenstein KT One Way Street SZ League last season, improving their pace "first-hand contact with first- .
DeUl's Eye HM Payroll RU by 16 games, it was really just routine. class minds."

Diamond Head HIT Paris Blues JT But for people of Palm Springs, California, After World War II he
Doctor in Lon JK ration of Slow Fire JT .
SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY Dr. No JKL Peeping Tom JKSPrivate site of spring training for this surprising ?'' thought there might occur "acounteraction"

SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA Explosive Drag Strip Generation Girl JKS SZ Adam LUesof and Eye JKM baseball team, this explanation was far against the so- y Churned fresh

Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12 Fiend Who Walked W..st SV Purple Noon J too simple. There had to be a gimmick. A" called "practical" subjects flavor with full family
Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited Firebrand. The UV Sabrina F Father Gannon said. "I
mundane genius. Was it Fred taste appeal! Healthful
Haney the ,
Music! Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor Five Minutes to Live V Screaming Mimi KLMUW would sick
thought people get
Follow the Boys JM Shoot the Piano Player general who bewitched them into
further particulars address: Sister Directress manager too, 'cause it's highIn
Force of Impulse HJKM HJVU P of the drive for mechanical and
Frightened City JKL Siege of Syracuse XL monkey suits to begin with? Or was it Bill scientific courses." vitamins and+ -
From Hell to Eternity JKL Sodom and Gomorrah JKL Rigney, the managerial who
Girl Named Tamlko U Some Came RunninJK lU But as it turned out, "the Perfect for
. Gone With the Wind JTU Sorority Girl KW took over from. there? It was neither. It was dat ole debbil 1 proteins. _
:.0'4" "
MARYMOUNT COLLEGEBoca Guns Goodbye of the Again Black Witch HR JV' Summerskin Splendor in the Grass II STU science.' It was Alexander Graham Bell, or rather his in- City Lauds Bishop Lent's meatless meals.

Gypsy I1U Tartars JKL vention.! 'tr"7.,1.. ___ WICHITA (XC) The
Head, The JKM Telltale Heart JV "Wewouldn't ? -u".c.u""a, concerning a certain :
Raton, FloridaA Hell to Eternity JKL That Touch of Mink FST have been able pitcher Wichita city council! has adopted Phone for home delivery./ .
Here Come the Girls JK Too Late Blues JMU to do it without the telephone a resolution honoring
(louse of Women U "Truffie wasn't high on the St. Petersburg HE 5.2111Y
Tomorrow is my Turn TU confessed Haney, no Bishop Mark K. Carroll who
Headless Ghost KL Trapeze JK fellow I mentioned but he Clearwater 446.9189'Tampa
It Happened in Athens JK Two Weeks in less serious than a tiger shark resigned as Bishop i of Wichitaon
Liberal Arts College for urged that we take a look at
Jailhouse Rock U Another Town HU nibbling on a swimmer's sue- February 15.
Women Conducted by The Religious of Jessica DII Untamed Youth JKL cuent heel. Bo Belinsky. I'm not sure I Bishop Carrol was saluatedin Bradenton 7430171The
Joker The DIM
Vampire and the had ever heard of
the Sacred Heart of Mary Journey to the Ballerina KL Here a bit of backtrackingIs the resolution as "a vital
seventh Planet K Very Private Affair JK Truffle had seen him win in
necessary. When the league and active leader in civic and
r Island of Love JTU Waltz of theToreadors winter league ball In his
Kind of LoMns. A IIT JKL expanded from eight to 10 I community affairs" as well as
1 Opening: September 1963 King and Four Queens JKLULa War Lover, The U clubs in '61, a player pool con third start, Belinsky pitched a a spiritual leader. The resolu-
Viaccia HST White SIne Ship JVWild no-hit victory over Baltimore. '
Resident & Day Students Look In Any Window JKM Harvest JK sisting of fading veterans and Returning to L.A. from the tion said: I'services! Improved
LoMe or Leave Me JKX Mild One LTV untested fledglings was made relations among all
Main Attraction FJK Woman Like Satan JK Boston rummage sale, Autry
available to the two added faiths, religions and races in
Marine, Let's KUMorally
Go World by Night JK and Reynolds held a press con-
Address "
: ObjectionableAnd for All (Condemned) starters Los Angeles and ference. Near the end someone the community.

370-A. Boca Baton God Created Woman Never on Sunday TU Washington. Total cost: $9 million asked: "Who's going to be your Coadjutor Bishop Leo J. SanC 3st's Finest DairyTAMPA
GI1TUWV Odd Obsession T plus. Bryne now is administrator of
& Palm Beach County. Florida Bell' Antonio IITW Phaedra HJ general manager the diocese.
BreathlessVXY Pot Bouillo TWXY Gene ("Don't Fence Me In") "Honestly, I was completely
Boccaccio 70 DJKM Prime Time JKU\V Autry and Bob Reynolds, Uni-
surprised when
Other Maryinowt CoH.7.t Conduct by During One Xight TZ Question: of Adultery DST they namedme
The Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mart Five Day Lover HU Saturday Night and Sunday versity of Southern California, ," Haney smiled. "They
t Girl with the Morning SU. grid hero who played in three didn't know it, but all I was
: Golden Eyes TU Sins of Mona Kent HSTU Rose Bowl
games, having acquired Interested
United States Tanytown N.Y. Joan of the Angels SDZ Smiles of Summer Night IUKMW in was the broad-
Jules and Jim HZ Stella Iii KM the' L.A. franchise, solicited casting job.
New York. N.Y. La Notte STUL'Aventura Tales. of Paris STV Haney's guidance. By IN TAMPA .
Things! like this! do happen
t 1 Arlington; Va. Lady Chatterl's Lover HST DFT Temptation Too Young, Too JKM Immoral IUW then he was back in broadcastIng when you are on the !side of ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE

Palos Verdes, Calif. Les Liaisons Dangereuses Third! Sex HST his masterminding daysat the angel HILLSBORO HOTEL, -'

Key to f Symbols Milwaukee over. P.S. Haney's five-year con-

Europe Paris OFFEXDS against (D) religion, PRESENTS (S) unsuitable material "Of course I was happy to tract is the richest he's ever DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET FROM
London (F) marriage, (G) law (li) de- (T) morally unacceptable SACRED HEART CHURCH
cency and morality; CONTAINS material (U) low moral assist, Haney said. "Gene and had in baseball.
&4k1 Rome suggestive (J) situations (K I ) tone. (V) excessive brutality; Bob are old friends. I was also
-- ---
costumes, (L) dances, (1.1) dia- FRATURr.S;: grossly obscene (W)
Barcelona logue; CONDONES: (N) divorce action. (X) costumes (Y) dialogue selfishly interested. Maybe I
(0) suicide (P) dueling, (It) ; MISRKl'KUSUN'lS; ; (Z) would get to broadcast their
crime. Church practice. games." HOMES BUILT

1 That's when Mr. Bell and

Shrine Opened Notes Accident Toll"ATICAX direct-dial long distance lines
rw i got Into the act.Jlanf'"s .
I 'I 0 TAYLOR, Michigan: (XC)- \ CITY (NT)-Pope
the kind of "
A shrine to Saint Dymphna John XXIII has told winnersof personjou
: Florida's. like And
patroness of those afflicted a highway-safety contest In immcdiatelj. IN
since he back to the
with mental and nervous dis- the schools of Milan that "it is goes Ty
Cobb era, he's buddybuddywith James Rosati & Sons have developed great Florida
orders, was opened here this a thought-provoking fact that many
College week. lack of discipline on the high- a great number' of people communities, Including Florida Retirement Village _Orange
In baseball Late Gardens and nationally known
Village Tyrone
The shrine is part of the ways destroys more lives than many
homes the famous Horizon Home and the Houseof
new Christ the King Hun war does." old players I knew all
: of about" Haney continued. "I Freedom. A Rosati Horizon Home, built by them at
garian Byzantine Rite churchin Speaking at an audience for
: I this Detroit suburb. Solemn 11 recent student winners the knew little or nothing about New York University, has been used for treatment of Joseph
the kids Kennedy, father of the President.
most of whom were
dedication ceremonies will be Pope remarked: "We are all

DistinctionFor conducted later. A relic of on the road. The important big leaguers only in the sense A L C 0 N James Rosati, Jr., directs the Alcon Home organization,

Saint Dymphna was sent to thing is to be on the right they had signed try-out con HOMES and as a member of this famous family of Florida builders

the shrine from Rome. road." tracts." continues to bring new ideas and improvements to their homebuilding

"For the life of me, I activities a factor which helped to mate the Rosati
Men and'WomenI
Young SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN couldn't say how many long homes one of the best known in the nation.

distance calls I made.
BEACH NO MONEY A Rosati home has always been accepted and known as
I Not only to old friends In the
Resident and school for the best home value for the dollar available anywhere. Do
I 0II day girls- grades one through eight. United
States, but also In DOWN ON
WRITEDIRECTOR Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swim- South not consider on-your-lot'home, shell or finished until-you------
America. In less than 10
ming pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music art, days' I had spent $16,000 and YOUR LOT have seen the new values packed into these new,Alcon,Homes
dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint by Rosati. .
developed cauliflower
a phoneear.
Joseph. For further information to Sister
apply Directress
: "

So when Haney, Autry and -- - - - - - N - - -1- ti

SAINT LEO COLLEGE Reynolds arrived in Boston Alcon Homes I II
they had a reliable line on

: tl HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN every player In the pool 5803 N. Dale Mabry '0 I

I and they hooked some dandies,

: I SAINT, LEO FLA. ANTONIO too, including Dean Chance, an 1 i Tampa,, Fla. 0 :
Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters
exciting flreballer; Ken McBride II"
Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through potential 20-game win- Name .- .-, ,. _..- ..., ... ,. .._.'.. --.-.. _

i Presently offering first two years twelve Academic and commercial courses and private ner, and Bob Rodgers, the I1-
classes the fine arts are offered Extensive campus 'With l league's Address
outstanding young UMOtft UMHY OF llftlftftS
; II.. Affiliated with the Catholic University of America private lake In a healthful location provides opportunityfor catcher. I '."' : era uoo RWWA WH I

Order of Saint Benedict of Florida all sports. v One of Haney's calls paidan I City I

; I further FULLY information ACCREDITEDFor address unanticipated dividend.He I State James RosaH and Sons 1 I
phoned Truffle Hashem, _
Spani h-speaking scout in - - - - - - - .1


Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 15, 1963 4w7JTh
Senator Says
: _:;""'''

Apostolic Preacher is Heard ByRome's -a--- T1 r iC Soviet Action

Most Illustrious AudienceBy Self Interest

Msgr. James I. Tucek t--- e%! S I *; WASHINGTON (NO)-Senator -

VATICAN CITY (NC) The only man who by right and duty may preach to the Hubert Humphrey has

supreme teacher of the Church, Pope John XXIII, is a bright and bearded little friar cautioned against reading too

from Milan. He is Capuchin Father Darino da Milano O.F.M.: Cap., Apostolic Preacher. s much into the Soviets' recent

He is the 48th man to hold action in releasing Ukrainian
office since it was instituted over four centuries asro.
"You have no idea how difficult Rite Archbishop Josyf Slipyiof

it is," confided the 58 Vatican would not have to be f4 ; Lviv from prison.

year old Priest whose regular broken. The Pope also had He said in a senate speechon

audience includes not only the them moved to the Matilda c y. ', March 4 that the freeing

Pope but all the Cardinals in Y Chapel, which is larger than h Archbishop Slipyi, who

Rome, the prelates of the the throne room where they had been' imprisoned for 18

Church's central administrative were usually given, and had years, "does not in itself

staff and the superiors s+ loudspeakers installed. herald the return of religion

general of the religious ordersin 4 These changes together with 4 freedom to the Soviet

Rome. the Pope's own good example : : Union.
Suggesting that the Soviets
'They are an edifying audi have greatly increased the at.
y + 1'lty a "may be learning graduallythat
tendance at the conferences,
ence, he says. 'They all listento
religious faith thrives on
to Father Ilarino.
me like so many novices.
," Senator Hum
But he can never forget the Before beginning his ser- OFFICERS, AREA DIRECTORS CONFER ON REREATS phrey said the decision to free

towering dignity and intelligence mons, the apostolic preacher Father Laurence E. of Dr. Eunice Lasche Also -
4 Higgins Tampa, spiritual rector; vice-president. present the 71-y ear-old prelate "can be

of his listeners, and it kneels before the Pope and director of the West Florida Laywomen's Retreat As- continuing from the left, were Lakeland area director interpreted as an act of en

is because of this that he finds e asks for his blessing. The Pope sociation, has just held a board meeting attended by Mrs. Rilma LaLonde; board secretary, Miss Rose lightened self-Interest, for as a
sits in the doorway of the
duties.the greatest difficulty in his Eli chapel's sacristy hidden from from left, Tampa members, Mrs. Gertrude Sullivan, Hoy of Temple Terrace; :Mrs. Lucille Smith of St. living martyr, Archbishop

a -v view. This is done according to president; Mrs. Helen Krajewski, publicity. ; :Mrs. Marion Petersburg; and Mrs. Emma Louise Brown of Sarasota. Slipyi was a source of inspire

When he delivers a sermon tradition. For centuries the Riley, treasurer; :Mrs. Elizabeth Armstrong, area diP Area groups will be encouraged to make retreats. tion and courage for his flock."

he is constantly aware lie said the people of the Soviet
Popes sat for these sermons in -- --.J
that he is eaking of the "bill of
"sl Union deserve a
what is called a "bussola," st-kxiles a YHungary's
divine truths to the Teaching ri rights" to guarantee their freedom
which is a small, screenedoffroom. ) .- .' t
Church. Fr. Ilarino da Milano Reds as individuals.

Therefore, he says, "the tone "Unless such respect for

of the sermon may not be given on the Fridays in Lent, After receiving the Pope's Hide Oppression i 4 af basic human rights is introduced

courtly, but must be prudentand once a week during Advent blessing, the apostolic preachergoes MUNICH (NO-Surface In- ; ] throughout the area
and during the annual spiritual to the pulpit, genuflects
practical. under soviet rule, ArchbishopSilpyi's
dications that Church-state
relations -
It is such a delicate and ex retreat which is usually before the crucifix mounted are in Hun- ,. ordeal will have beenin
in the fall. there and recites the Hail
acting task to address spiritual hide the real fact of con- vain," Humphrey said. "His
By exception he preached Mary with those attending the
exhortations to the highest tinuing oppression, a confer, victory of faith and courage
personalities of the Church May devotions in 1960 and conference.He ence of exiled Hungarian must guide us in this task"

that Father Ilarino will some 1961.Pope always remains seated Priests has concluded.

times spend days debating the John has ordered several while he delivers his per- Finnish Missal
improvements in the cir The truth is that the Redregime .,' .
of in mons. He seldom speaks for
use a single expression L-P HELSINKI (NCThe first
cumstances of the apostolicpreacher's than 30 minutes. is extending its ":,';':. __
his sermons. more ., \, ____ Latin-Finnish missal has been
dominance.By '
activities which ',,," .. ,
in his at the Father Ilarino like his >.. -
Working study seven '.. .. : published here. Catholic publications -
Ilarino says have increased control over clergy appointments ,..... '
of the his
generalate Capuchin has published '
predecessors, ",.", ..., t: are rare in Finland
their effectiveness. The the ranks of loyal ;
Fathers in Rome, he spendsthe sermons to this distinguished where Catholics number only
time for the Priests are becoming thinner,
whole year studying and sermons was audience in book form. The 2200 In a total population of
to relatively changed from 11 a.m. to 9 a.m. entitled The Church in religious instruction of childrenis -' : ;
meditating prepare a book : 4.5 million.
so that the office hours in the being futher restricted and ;,>': ..:i' : ;
small number of in- ,
its Hierarchy gives a rare ... .. .. .'
mons. lie normally will giveno sight into the duties of those communist weddings and other .1' ; '
ceremonies ,.:. t: -. JACKSONVILLE
are becoming
more '
more than 20 sermons in ayear's Illinois To involved in the universal government ;, .
frequent, the conference de- .. .
time. of the Church.
; ',.. >. :..
clared. Its report was issued .: I
The scheduled sermons of When the preacherhas I -ojy p;
the apostolic preacher are Start Birth finished apostolic he here, after the meeting was < ': .':.... ,<.t :'
goes held in Austria.A -'. : I STEER
the Pope and kisses his slipper -
Control Plan particularly ominous signof ROOcui1Aeeki.
in ceremonial of
deterioration in Hungary, -i
SFIUXCFIKLI), Illinois erence. On these occasions i -
the Priests point out, is the
(XC) Illinois will begin a Pope John often makes some BRANDON SCHOOL JOINS IN EVALUATION
great increase in abortions, J
L. BARNES tax supported birth control comment on the sermon. Father John X. Linnehan welcomed Boston College professor Dr. Marion Jennings .
which in 1961 numbered 200- BftOlLXOSTEAKS
& SON program among public relief The institution of the office 000 compared to 140,000
REALTORS & INSURORS recipients on April 1. of the apostolic preacher births. This gave Hungary the evaluation of schools. Pictured are fourth grade pupils, Claire Thomas and George :Foot .( Beaur 8t. YU4at
This was the decision of the dates back to the reign of EL &.'111
Grable with Mother M. Philomena of School in
65 King StreetSt. lowest birth rate in the world. ; principal Nativity Brandon.
Illinois public aid commission Tope Paul IV (td5..t:.')9).
Established 1895 which recently voted 7 to 3 to A historian of these times Father John A. O'BrienChildren's .

implement a policy outlined wrote: New FilmsReviewed ; '

and approved in December, "This great Pontiff had the I I1i1iNJUILP

1962. question of the reform of the Lead recently and elaiclfledby
Questions ,
theMorally- Legion .f Decency. ,L.AnLE I'KESCKII'TION SERVICE
PONTIACAmerUa' Tax funds will be used to dis Church greatly at heart and Dmr7 Cosmetic Clear and Camera Department

tribute artificial birth control he preached the reform of the Unobjectionable for Free XMrkup and Delivery Luncheon aDd 84 Bar
\.. 1 toad Car Mother to Lessons on Faith General Patronage 2032 niandlnr BUd. EV 8-0734. ...0'111D.
devices to relief recipients who ecclesiastical hierarchy in the EA8TERIJXG, Owacr-Maaaier.

BANTA BROS.St. have a child or a spouse and consistories and congregationsand DON'T you'want to share the precious treasure of your MAX FROM TilE DINERS

who request such assistance. other meetings of the Car. Faith with a non-Catholic friend? Christ wants CLUB, THE (Col.)

AugustinoBudgeting Medical care related to the dinals and prelates." :Morally Unobjectionable
you to try. With God's grace you can succeed if you will BROWN MOTORS
birth control program also will The regular practice of the For Adults and Adolescents
get him interested by loan
be paid for with state tax sermons was begun in 1558 and week and lasted for an hour DONOVAN'S KEEP (Par.) Cody & Fender Work- Baled Enamel or Lacquer
ing him a book.Introduce .
funds. was called "an odious pro- and a half. Attending it was FOUR DAYS OF NAPLES, Insurance Claims ,Handled Promptly
a volume, such as"What's
The program was adoptedby vision" by the Cardinals, who the best investment I ever THE (MGM) Seat Covers and Convertible Tops
the Truth About Cath
the commission in the be- attended them only under made.It. Morally Unobjectionable Pick Up and Delivery Service
olics? and then bring him to
lief that it will reduce the compulsion.The .
to realize for AdultsI
was thrilling
an inquiry class.. This is illustrated -
f wsl number of children being bornto apostolic preacherssince that the Church which Jesus COULD GO 'OX SINGING EX 8-7407
in the .... .. ., ...
persons on public relief and that time have come ,. : founded authorized to
conversion of ;:..... 1- .< : and (U. A.)
thus lower costs.It from many different religious Mrs. Lawrence !: 4RC:' teach all nations was still SPENCER'S MOUNTAINWar. 1244 Kings Ave. t
has been vigorously contested orders. An apostolic brief pub- \'
Fri s tic k : > carrying on its divinely appointed ( .)
as "bad public policy"by lished by Pope Benedict XIV
Mingo Junction task in the community SOUTHSIDEGrow -
several groups in the on :March 2, 1743, assigned the Ohio. She in which I live.I ,

state, led by Catholic organi post premanently to the Capu Providence Will
relates the following perceived that the Catholic
Lit Ions. chins.

? They contend it is misuse of Father Ilarino, named apos- story: .01' Church alone was founded by Not Fail i I Schools
I was reareda Christ and was entrusted with ,
tax funds, may not lower costs tolic preacher by Pope John
Methodistand the mission of preaching His
at all and will encourage im, XXIII in 1959: combines learn Cardinal Says
attended Gospel to all mankind.
Use Our Low Cost morality since mothers of illegitimate ing with wit. Those who know
church, Sunday school and The long list of Popes, SYDNEY' (NO-Those who
children or mothers; him well say that he comes
meetings of the Methodist stretching from St. Peter to fear for the future of the Catholic r.,
Checking Plan separated from their spousescan : honestly by name, ,
receive birth control de which is the diminutive form Youth Fellowship.I Pope John XXIII, is convincing school system should take

word said to denote married a Catholic and my evidence of the Church's heart from the way it over t
vices. of a a
You can keep an accu interest in the Catholic religionwas
cheerful character (Latin "hi- antiquity and of its identity came difficulties in the past,

rate record of your spend- laris," English "hilarious"). kindled when I began to with the Church of the first Norman Cardinal Gilroy has

( m 1l ,,1llJ.'m' He was born in :Milan on read the catechism which our centuries. It'was obvious to me told a teachers' group here.
ing and really keep to older two children, Mark and
jtiJ: January 19, 1905. He took his that a Church founded 15 or He referred to the new burden

your budget with our If solemn vows in the Capuchin Christine, were studying. ThisI more centuries after Christ of an extended curriculumthat
had to do to help them with .
could not possibly be the true
Order in 1927 and was ordaineda lengthens Australian secondary
simple checking account their lessons. I not only read
TERMITES Priest the following year. schooling from five to
about the religion but also /L-
system. Afterwards he earned degreesin I ,looked forward eagerly to six years. y
SWARMING? memorized the which
theology at :Milan and in prayers each class. The husbands and Cardinal Gilroy said this v

St. Augustine history at Louvain. He teaches the children were requested to wives: of all instructees, will stretch resources that
call history and religion at the : whether Catholic or' not, .were are .' )- overtaxed.

National Bank Universities of Rome and from One Mass."Mommy Sunday. they came home invited to attend' the instruction But he also said: this tSillSP miniature

Perugia and is active in organizations on matrimony.It "The whole history- of the

Safety-Service for Catholic university : ," said Christine, showed .how the sacrament Catholic school system in Australia Florida orange tree
for the sake of your house
students. "why don't -you 'go to Holy helps! married couples is 'a display of benign
in home !
Communion like the of your
rest : to grow .in. the love of God, Divine Providence. The system
I I us?" It,wasn't.easy. .to come up >>
their (children and one another was inaugurated with the
with an answer that '
if they, cooperate with most meager "material re-
make sense to,them. The Colomondin Orange a genuine, miniature,
Cook-out mom-style Its graces.Thus sources but with completetrust

I could see that I ,was only matrimony- becomes a in God, for,whose gloryit fruit-bearing ornamental citrus tree!

f partially fulfilling the marriage ladder leading parents, and was .undertaken.: Imagine! A tiny dwarf-sized orange tree starts

I. promise that, the children children'to God in heaven. approximately 1 foot giving the fragrance of

_would 'be raised Catholic orange blossoms to your living room, family roomor
by helping to instruct With joyous heart T \\'as received t kitchen an ornamental as well as practical

them in their Faith bat not., into Christ's .true addition to your home and a conversation piece

practicing it myself. Church'and made my first that will fascinate your guests!

Holy Communion.: Largest Pr.*rlptlrtiarmarj ..
_, + Example is. more powerful Now we are a more closely I" the South Here's all you do to get this unusual and beautiful plant.

.r\/ s than mere words. Even though united family, praying together I appreciate 'your patronage Just send $1.00 plus any one of the following: Two labels
I went with them to Mass, the :Tree Delivery FB 4--6il from any Bluebird Citrus Product The numbered ends from
attending :Mass together two of Bluebird Citrus Concentrate (
children noticed that I wasn't, Huntington Bldg. Miami cans must be wrapped
and receiving Holy in small carton to prevent postal damage). The tops from
4 a real Catholic.As Communion together. I am a two cartons of Bluebird Chilled Citrus Juice. Mail to BLUE.

the premarital instruc. BIRD, DEPT. C, POST OFFICE BOX 2787, ORLANDO (OR.

Cubs or Boy Scouts Brownies or Girl Scouts ball teams, clubs or tions are too few to give one a. better wife and mother.. vv. ANGE COUNTY) FLORIDA. Please print or type clearly
it and You'll fast My children kindled my interest v v your name and address. Allow two weeks for delivery. This
church groups-a treat they'll love. Try see get working knowledge! of the
with their catechism, offer expires December 31, 1963 and M void; where rstricted ..
courteous service-the tastiest food at prices that please. Faith, I decided to take a complete their $64 question raised it to prohibited or taxed by law

course of instru tion.Fortunately' .
look for the golden archesMeDonaId's'L a head and the parish inquiry .
a new assistant class brought it to a happy v vv
Priest at St. Agnes announcedthat fruition. BLUEBIRDBRAND

.he was starting an inquiry.

Everyone was welcome, and Herman J. Heidrich v v

.. nobody was asked to commit & SonsGr ORANGE JUICEPtge

himself in advance. Here was,
-I and Shipper'
: : the opportunity of a lifetime.It Of :ra8C7 Fruit" and. y.&.&. tau, FLORIDA "iS FULL nr WheQ4

- ; .- 'Tampa. SaJ'UOta.Vlnter; __Haven.- .- Orlando e rvnFirii was too good to pass up. 'DASKEE BRAND PRODUCTS OF DANDEE MOMS
The class met two nights a

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ORLANDO Triumph of Charity'IzxerrfplifiedIn -1--------- -
: r 'I I -;'

WINTER PARKGary's Life of Blessed Mother Seton ? >"",.....> ;


Elizabeth Bay- the Bible was a comfort and herself to God in religions!
the first native Joy to her. life, and on March 25: 1809,

GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE United States citizen to In 1794. at age 19, Elizabeth she pronounced her vows. ..,

FINEST SEAFOOD AND be declared Blessed, and married''Vllliam Seton son ofa On June 2, 1809, she and her ;

ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE who squeezed into her rela- wealthy merchant with shipping four companions appeared: for t." 2

Phone GA 4-4531 interests. Three girls and the first time in public in
short life of 47
years I
3974 So. Or. Bl. Trail two boys were born to the their conventual habit. ..
successful "
careers as a wife, couple, and their home life 't,>,,>
With the expansion of its "'"' >
mother, educator, Religiousand was happy, at first. work the group moved to Em- k 7'J ..... .... .
JIM BLAKEOFFICE foundress of
a religious Anxieties and sufferings afflicted -mitsburg Maryland, where the ..
SUPPLYFURNITURE community, will be beatifiedin them however William
the Sisters of
foundation of
Vatican City March 17. Seton became ill his busi- !
on and Charity in America began in. jr ; : ; 1t'

OFFICE SUPPLIESMI 'The triumph of charity is ness firm failed. In these ad- its organized form. Elizabeth I (

the great of Elizabeth verse circumstances Elizabeth
poem -
7-2652 '
Seton came to be referred to as -'
CM ORANGE AVE, W.P. Seton." said Pope John XXIIIat became the support and comforter Mother Seton.

the ceremony In December of her ,husband and the 4

: 1959, at which Mother Seton sacrificing provider for her There was some question at : ,
first about harmonizing '- _
"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" was declared Venerable. children. ee
Mother Seton's duties as a t --it'
COLLEGE PARK Elizabeth Ann Bayley was William Seton's illness, tuberculosis Y
mother of five children and as
born In New York City on became worse, and : -Ir
head of the community. Undera
FLORISTFLOWERS August 28, 1774, the year of the doctors recommended that he -
special arrangement, she ; : ?
BY WIRE first continental congress. Her take a sea voyage. Accompanied :
to continue to
2120 Edgewatcr-GA 3.5771 father, Doctor Richard Bayley, by their oldest child, was permitted p.- ,
for her children. -
Orlando Nita GA 2-0894 was a physician and surgeon. Anna Maria the Setons set out care _, -: _
'- / ...
Mother Seton two ; .; ,
Her mother Catherine Charl-in October, 1803, for Leghorn, t r ft :.J... -" ___ ___ ____ _
ton the where business schools at Emmltsbnrg, an $ --V- '' _
was daughter of Mary Italy, some p4--- ------ ---- -- --- -- a

FAIRVIEW Bayeux and Richard Charlton, friends, the Antonio Filicchis, academy for girls and a tuition -

an Episcopalian minister. had invited them.Throughout free school that was one -1-- --f--:; '- ;

Cleaners & Laundry of the forerunners of the -
Elizabeth was educated at a her husband's L p

Featuring private school in New York illness, Elizabeth stayed present Catholic parochial -

Dependable Fabric Care and took a prominent part In close to him and gave him school system In the United -

4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando the social life of the day. But spiritual consolation. States. EVALUATOR VISITS ST. JOHN VIANNEY SCHOOL, ORLANDO .

she did not neglect her spiritual William Seton died on December The early days of' the com OrlandoST.- -
j GOOD SHEPHERD Dr. Marie Gearan (back to
development. 27, 1803. and the Flllc- munity were marked by poverty ORLANDO
Complete Pest Control Good Shepherd Guild mem- camera) of Boston Collegelast
Throughout her life, as a chi family brought the young hardship! and long hours of CHARLES _
; week met teachers and
1 bers elected new PARK
Protestant and as a Catholic, widow and her chilcj to ,their work. In addition two of Citing the development down ] WINTER
at St. John Vlanney
CO. -. --. -_." ...... ..... Mother Seton's daughters died. the centuries of increased devotion ;:March 6 Guild meeting: Mrs.
Incorporated litI Mrs.J J Mary Nicholson, president; School in Orlando; above,
to St. Joseph,
But throughout the years of from left, Mrs. Marie Zinnell WALTER MENGES _
lit Wilfred Dr.-P.O. Box S1ISOrUnd Turkowski spoke at :Mrs. Charles Hay, vice-presi-
341-1408 trial, her courage and patiencewere Dorothy with pupils Patricia Mo Clothier to MenThe
(dent Mrs. James Kell, secretary -
; ;; .. the mother daughter Communion ;
; her faith
sustained by
:i breakfast, March 10, 1 ; Mrs. James Wright, treas Donough and James Gear. Finest In Men's Wear
and her love of God. Formal Dr. Gearan is one of the 206 X. ORAXGE AVEL
__ t !:: ratification of the rules and of ish members Council. of St. Charles Par1 lIrer.Mrs.. Lawrence Garrick Is professors gathering data Across From St. James
constitutions of the Sisters of 'outgoing: president. Installation for a school eTaluation.Beatification .
took The latest urging of a Supreme -
Charity of St. Joseph
: ESTATEREALTORBUILDER .s.; 1 banquet will be served at
place on January 17, 1812. Pontiff, she noted, was |
'Rio Pinar Country Club on To FRANK A. DELUCA
I 1 1821, three the insertion of St. Joseph'sname
On January April 17.Plans ALTESIATIONS.IDiTlONS
complete real estate service days before her death at in the Canon of the Mass are also being made Be BroadcastVATICAN REPAIRS ritEE ESTIMATES

3013 EDGEWATER DRIVE .' ______________________________________ Emmltsburg, Mother Seton by Pope John XXIII. Mrs. 1 by the Guild for a benefit to Licensed Jk Bonded Builder
Turkowski asked the membersto CITY (NC) -
ORLANDOGA said to a Sister who requestedthat 1 be held on May 18. PHONE GA 2-1593
meditate on St. Joseph, Vatican Radio is broadcasting
4-2788 MI 7-63M -. she drink her medicine: lots Lie. AVtldon Dr.-Orlando
_1 "N ever mind the drink. One stating: ]part of the beatification ceremonies -

then "With more reasons than ] of Mother Seton, first
Communion more and
.....>..;. ; the ever before, we should glorify, :3 native-born United States citl-
"<';'- eternity. And she kept ComingEvents HOME FOR SALE

GATEWAYELECTRONICS ,. :/: ." ., fast for the sake of her last invoke and imitate good St. en declared Blessed by short- IMMEDIATE POSSESSION

Joseph. We should implore the 1 wave to the United States.
"tJf Communion on earth. She died Near St Charles and Bishop
on .January 4, 1821. gifts of security welfare and The broadcast, on 1984 and Moore School

-;.'. -L peace which St. Joseph conferred j 1682 megacycles, starts at 5:30: 1017 South Palm Avenu. _
: RCA Zenith Dumont Above the spot that com This column list fntir. benefit Phone CY 3-<618
Rome time
at Nazareth upon Jesus 1 p.m. ((11:30: am.E.S.T.
memorates her death thereis !. special meetings aDd vents Three Spacious Bedrooms
: COLOR TV that includes and Mary." et more than local tntercit. Ad. ] .). 11 Baths Furance Heat
HI-FI an inscription Some 105 members and their vane. no tie* of regular meeting The ceremony is the formal Florida Room Air Conditioned
the following sen. will b. omitted. 100 x 140 Fen
SALES & SERVICE daughters attended the break public veneration of the Fruit Trees Shade Treea
lEE I tence: 'She died in poverty, Forty Hours, March 17-19,
fast at Mount Vernon Inn at relics of Mother Elizabeth PRICED TO SELL
910 ORLANDO AVE. : faith and good
but rich in St. Paul Church, Daytona
Seton John
which Monsignor Charles A. Bayley by Pope
:: "
WINTER PARK ::' works. Beach.
J welcome to XXIII.
Bartok extended a
:: Midway 7-0489 P.-!': How successful her efforts' all. Miraculous medal novena, Archbishop Enrico Dante 14k. Religious Items

Is attested by the fact Brendan Sterling Rosaries
were Council members March 17-25, St. ,papal master of ceremonies.

thai today there are: more: than* .. rParish askedtCJ remember that Church, Ormond Beach. '.Issued on March 9 the "intimatlo" Next to Publiv: _
OFFICE SUPPLIES in six were March 2300 Edgeuater Drive
10,000 Sisters of Charity Fishers' meeting, ;
TINE WRITING they will meet March 28 instead ] or formal notice of the
PAPERS-OFFICE EQUIPMENT I Mother Elizabeth Seton as foundress of the Sisters of branch communities stemming of the usual date. 21, 8 p.m., St. Charles Parish ,beatification ceremony.An GRAY'S JEWELRY
ALL ARTISTS 8Ul'PLJEiI from the Emmitsburg founda -. hall, Orlando.
Charity in America.
AD1I'1I'YH'Y.V &Ri.Trrr.n GIFTS Mrs. Joseph Schoebert, pres- ceremony proclaiming -
"'--- ---n -
". ORET ; CARDS _ _ home. In the midst of this devout tion.Mother ident of the'' Diocesan Councilof Orlando-Central Dee W ( Mother Seton
SCHOOL SUPPLIES Seton was declared meets, March 21, ; -
: Deanery
family, Mn. Seton saw Catholic Women, gave highlights Blessed, beginning at 10:00: a.m.

BRADFORDS Children'sStafioners for the first time the Catholic ._..._- .- of the National Council's Eau Gallie; Mass, Holy Same i'Rome time ((4:00: a.m. E.S.T.) is I FIRE-FILES

religion lived and practiced.The convention in Detroit and Church at 9 a.m4 business ]not being broadcast to the PROTECT YOUR RECORDS _
Inc. luncheon at the
Clothes Line session,
urgency of her desireto ,' ,::"": urged attendance at the forth- 1 United States. FROM fiRErRecords

310 Park Ave., South Finest in Clothing believe in Catholicity Is recounted ..: coming diocesan convention in Copa.Mission starting March 31,

Phone MI 4-7738 For Girls & Boys in a sentence she put Tampa April 2224. She also ,
weeks St. Mary
for ,
Winter Park, Florida UOI% Edfewatr Dr. OA 4.7111 down.in her Journal in early ', 'j" invited leaders to attend the BILL BARDOEFORD
1804: /'J t'J NCCW Institute to be held at Magdalen, parish
Dave Sims Owner i DEALER
1'1. Fishers' meeting' April 2, FACTORY
"The other day, In a moment the Eden Hoc hotel on Miami
8 St. Martha School
of excessive distress, I Beach April 4-6.
; ,.. Cafeteria Sarasota.Fishers' .
t fell on my knees without She said, in part: NEW CAR DEAL in
t' meeting, April 4, I
i thinking when the Blessed ', "We, the Catholic women of your steel flIeswon't
WATKiNSPAINT Sacrament passed by (in the ..1 the world have been called 8 p.m., Assumption Parish Ph. be on hand after

street), and cried in an ,,.-...,liiJ':: : ;- upon by the Holy Father, and hall St., Jacksonville.Paul Guild Easter Monday 'W. :your m steel fire filet because Burn papers in S

WALL PAPER agony to God to bless me, If ; ','; 'ii' our Bishops and pastors to card party, Jacksonville, 636-33331 minutes.
He was there that my join them in the work of saving Shaw-Walker Fire-Files
WINTER April IS.Card St. have prevented loss of records
ORLANDO PARK whole soul desired only souls for God and spread
Mrs. William Seton, wife of party, 1 p.m., April in thousands of fires.
Him. ing the Christian principles
46 models protection
13 Annie Sliver CommunityHall
Elizabeth Seton was 29 years and mother, prior to her living." ,records of every size.

A. LOMBARDI SEAFOODS old when she returned to husband's death and the Monsignor Bartok had des- Bradenton Beach; St. Florida's
Bernard Guild,
sponsor. TIlE NEXT YOU
America in April, 1804. She founding of the Sisters of ignated the March 7 meeting of Business Store
WHOLESALE RETAIL Card party, April 19, 8 p.m., Supply Dept.
had no financial means, no Charity of America. the parish Holy Name Societyas
cafetorlum St. ,
LIVE LOBSTERS CRABMEAT preparation for earning a living "Ladles Night." Over 100 Jacksonville; Beach. YOU SAW IT I.V TilE -- george stuart

OYSTERS & CLAMS IN SHELL and five children to sup- members wives and guests at-
t' Venerable at a ceremony in Gainesville, St. Patrick parish FLORIDA CATHOLIC m IAJT ttOtmtOH.OIWIDOIttONI

SHRIMP RED SNAPPER port, the eldest eight years Vatican City on December 18, tended the dinner meeting in bazaar, April 20. OAth LAW

the social hall
SERVING WINTER PARK old.In 1959. Low Sunday Pilgrimage to
addition her announcement Among the guests were Monsignor -
In February, 1963 the Sacred -
andORLANDO Oldest Mission, St. Augustine, "THE
that she was thinking of Congregation of Rites Issued Harold F. Jordan, spiritual
Florida 21.
FRESH AREAS becoming a Catholic caused a the moderator of the Diocesan PLEASANT HOME FOR ELDERLY FOLKS
a decree approving Dad's Club, Jesuit High
F I S II Tel. 644-4783 shock among the genteel Episcopalians Union and Father Robert Kin- COMFORTABLE ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS
of two miracles
authenticity School, dinner dance, Tampa, Quiet, Restful Environment. Reasonable Rates
1152 HARMON AVE. Behind of the New York of caid of St. Charles parish.
ALWAYS! Roper'sTHOMSON the intercession
through April 21, Fort Homer Hes- KATHRYN KERR CARROLL, R.N.-Owner-Mgr,
Daniel A. Naughton
1804.Elizabeth of Mother Seton. terly. 1759 ALABAMA DIL, WINTER PARK Phone MI 4-7960
Seton never wa The miracles were the healing dent of the HNS in the Diocese, Convention, St. Augustine

vered. On March 14 1805, shewas Gertrude Korzen- and Alfonso A. Albert, presi-
of Catholic
Diocesan Council of
& McKINNONIN received into the churchby dent of the Central Florida i
dorfer of New Orleans of a Women, Tampa, April 2221.
Father Matthew O'Brien in cancer of the pancreas on deanery, were introduced by Jug Dairy

ORLANDO SINCE 1924 St. Peter Churcn, New York. Leo S. Riva, president of the
February 1, 1935 and the cur Authors' Friend Dies 1Jersey}) BEST FOR LESS

)Member New York Stock Exchange In the meantime she had secured -ing of Ann Teresa O'Neill of parish HNS, who also servedas LONDON (NC) Richard Milk and 3111k Product

employment In school toastmaster.The and Carry DrUe-Ins
Baltimore of acute lymphatic
'I O'Suliivan, prominent Jurist
and other principal exchanges work, and with her small Income leukemia in April 1952. principal speaker of the 4811 Xo. Orange Blossom Trail CY 5-0320
,and Catholic Action leader
and the help of a few evening was L. Russell Biven,

CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2.7183 friends and relatives she man- The decree Seton concerningMother said that she member of Assumption pariah, 'died at St. Joseph Hospice hereon
his 75th birthday.A .
aged to keep a home for her "found her delight in provid- Jacksonville.Mr. ( close friend of Catholic Patio Mart Inc.

children.In Biven's topic was on thelaymen's
ing for the needy and caring suthors Hilaire Belloc and
j Formerly Reads Patio Mart
the resultof role In the Fisher
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN June 1SOS as for the sick," following the example He indicated to the (Gilbert K. Chesterton, Mr. Hy. 17-92 Opp. Ribha Inn
the outcome of a plan sug- program.
COMPLETE DIXXEHS TO GO of charity let! by Christ. I O'Suliivan was a director of FERN PARK Ph. 838.2018
gested by Father (later Arch- Holy Name men their responsibllity -
Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00 1 bishop) Louis Dubourg, Eliza- It added that "in this exercise to join enthusiastically (GK's Weekly from its foundation CENTRAL FLORIDA'S LARGEST SELECTIONOF
of charity the widow until Chesterton's death in
and her children in the diocesan Fisher ] CASUAL FURNITURE
Bucket O'Chicken beth Seton strong
Family $3.95 Seton applied herself with all
went to Baltimore where she work and gave four main Outstanding Selection of Concrete Itemi Including

Fish Dinner $ I ..00ShrimpDnner opened an academy for girls. her might it to and the religious moreover family entrusted !-- points as guides to participa Religious Figures and Oriental Designs

$1.15NOW' Several young women soon she founded." tion. He said they were: .

Joined in her project. 1. For members to increase
Why not live In Monterej or Meadow: Brook Acres?
H".'. 17-92 Fern Park TF..8&14 Archbishop John Carroll Polish Bishop Named their own knowledge and spirit .
We hare home designed for family1
2740 8. Orange Bl. Tr., Orlando CH 1-1222 first Bishop and Archbishopof ual life. a your

Silver Star & Pine H11U R4. CY 34202 Baltimore, gave approval VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope 2. Assist in the restoration of WEST CHURCH ST.
J Edgewater & Lee Rd. 293-9839>> John XXIII has named: Father! fallen Catholics. DEMETREE BUILDERS
to Mrs. Seton to consecrate -away
Joseph Kurpag titular Bishopof 3. Work for increased con FISH MARKET
Orisa and auxiliary Bishop 5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922

"Your Personal Bank"kac'k of Katowice Poland. 4. Accomplish the penetra- LOBSTERS OYSTERS

Bishop Kurpas was born tion of society's institutions ORANGE COUNTY
March 21, 1912 at Paniowy, CLAMS, SHRIMP
with Catholic ideas and ideals
ttJ'U He studied at Kato- CRABMEAT SNAPPER
Poland. BERG VAULT Co.
wice's diocesan seminary, at by good example in going about 646>> W. Church GA 2-3326 -
U one's.dally duties. SINCE 1946-AIR SEALED
4.V mmf.t! PARK Cracow University's theology REINFORCED CONCRETE
faculty and at the Universityof -


M was Jn parish work and
Complete Trust Department Services then enteredthe diocesan ad- BUMBY HARDWARETWO ONLY THE FINEST IS GOOD ENOUGH

SERVING THIS COMMUNITY FOR 46 YEARS ministration. He was chancellor l.- To Be Sure REQUEST IT
MI 7-3000 Member FJXI.C. when he was named auxiliary 102 W. Church SL, Orlando 108 Park Ave. Winter Park AL MUSZYNSKI JR. Owner-Member St. JamesI _


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Vice President VisitsAmerica's .p-, "',,,,,,< ''t1

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d :

\".,,' ""'
Oldest Mission A
rti .'
: '
(Continued from Page One) presented the dignitaries to Spain who are serving in the :'l- : ; ./
cheered and clapped so that Monsignor John P. Burns, pas- Archbishop's Diocese of St. l... .;'!"'...;., '
the Vice President turned tor 0 f the Cathedral of St. Augustine.The ., .....JI;": : "'

around to acknowledge, with Augustine; Father Michael V. official party had the ..

his famous wave, their greet- Gannon, director of the Mis- hallowed grounds to them- it"... ."J. / .
sion of Nombre De Dios; and selves. f"" .
ings.Then J
Archbishop Hurley several of the Priests from The Vice President, and I

., then the others of the visitors -

f .. -'' signed the guest book.
IaIf ,
'" .c..etNr Then, Archbishop showed '. ,
J ; the first pages of the oldest t K w

;..,,,#; :""" parish registers in the United
rd ::;;
; ..., .;<.;.::::
;; r.; States to the Vice President.

Next all were escorted

M ..00 M'y4 f ,. around the grounds, with the
..ys Archbishop and the Vice Pres-

:' r i ident leading the group, as the

'x, history was explained.

WT; When the Vice President was
departing from the Mission,

9 __ the school children again
cheered him mightily. In response -

-- y acr' he delayed the entire ,
., .
ar 4S' motorcade as he walked all ';.
.,, ... s x
> "
"L //'':''''' ._ around the large concourse .
and shook hands Individuallywith

Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley welcomes Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson toAmerica's the children. It was a touch- tU
t : Ing encounter and the childrenwere
Oldest Mission. :
: i overcome with Joy at the r

Vice President's generosity and
kindness. --
Aar Z:7::: jj.'y FLAGS OF. U.S., SPAIN TOGETHER _
Vice President Johnson,
I' ;;',tf; _
t sI '.::1 speaking at a public receptionIn and freedom for men every with a number of the other

I 314..'4-Ynl'ti.'" :tf.I '..\ 4'. -tj;>'' connection with preparations where. dignitaries In St. Augustine for
-:t't'r I for the Quadricentennial, said "The future Is not always the occasion,t Ambassador Gar-
,. <. that the Spanish people had clear. The coming of tomorrow rigues said: .'$"' '/ ''?' .i''

i! SvvA contributed "a heritage 0 f seems sometimes to be uncertain -j r "I am pleased to be here on

t faith" to America."In But the men who came this my second visit to the
.,. 3
I' PF __ n these times," said the from the Old World to open City of St. Augustine, Florida.I .
4 rI PARTY AT MISSION Vice President, "we of the Uni- and explore and build the New now feel a little more at

r: '., of ted States, like responsible World endowed us with an home because of the historical
Just before stepping on to the hallowed grounds
I r ; people in all lands of the West, heritage of faith. In efforts Spanish background of this
President Johnson
r America's Oldest Mission, Vice are focusing our efforts and such as this in St. Augustinewe City. It Is a great pleasure and
acknowledges the cheers of the school children who lined resources on the future. We honor that special legacy." honor to have the,opportunityto

'. the concourse in front of Mission of Nombre De Dios. guide our policies by the faith "For certainly concluded meet here with Vice President -

I Pictured with the Vice President are, from the left, that wise efforts today can the Vice President,"no American Johnson and all his partyon

'. '. ." < r Senator Spessard L. Holland Archbishog Hurley, and build a better tomorrow, a tomorrow can come here and seethe this occasion.*L

Senator George Smathers. of peace and justice restoration of the first .,"_ 'f,. !?

city of the North American BenedictineIn

I -j jv ,\ a i a mainland without appreciating ...Co
anew how great was

I v y the faith of the men who Gainesville i i
landed on these chores 400

..? ) AP 1 years ago." For 1st Mass'
{: % : Heading the Spanish delegation

: 4 at the day's events was GAINESVILLE Ordainedat
11 ;
Don Antonio Garrigues, Am- St. Leo Abbey on March 9,
bassador of Spain to the United Father Martin Gregory OS.B.

I'l States. Interviewed, alongr.J. returned to his home city here
,.., ". .. -i. ','J A'.;: .
Y *
x .
March 10 to celebrate his
+ raPlg 3.t1 ,S w xr MN ";r.- ,.-t .. :.. .,.- first on High Mass.

QuadricentennialDraws Officers of the Mass with

.. ". him Father Thomas R.
N '- ai"M & <'1"Ii\1'1'; "iw : x aP.alfbu. -it" 'f were
".a : CommentsST. Gross, assistant priest; Father
I William Balfe, the new Priest's
An aged palm,tree, left, and a gnarled pine frame the picture of the guard of resentatives. AUGUSTIXE from the-Two Govern-rep former pastor, deacon; Father

honor that waited upon Vice President,Johnson at America's Oldest :Mission. The rx > ment of Florida, present when Robert Veltor O.S.B., sub-dea

children were from.. three Catholic schools in Augustine. Vice President Lyndon B. con; Father Leo Schlosser,
Johnson visited America's Old O.S.B., master of ceremonies.
Father Damian Duquesnay
est Mission, commented on the
-io rh OJ5.B., prior of St. Leo Ab.
........, ,e r.o Quadricentennial preparations.One .
,, "' ,,,
]: : .:. .- ::"" .. -M '7',;,;: was Commissioner of Agriculture bey, gave the sermon. Father

Doyle Conner; the Martin is believed to be

other, Adjutant-General HenryW. Gainesville's first young man
: '. '" lyR1 ordained to the Priesthood.St. .
Mr. Connor stated, In part: Patrick parish joined Dr.
Ww Y and Mrs. George Guiteras, the
"We here in Florida are
particularly thrilled to have new Priest's parents, In con.
w k' KPode: our distinguished visitors. gratulating him at a reception

We are proud of the historyof given by the family. Father
t Kta St. Augustine and the Martin offered the Mass at
? 4 to noon in the St. Augustine
s many who are preparing
i celebrate the QuadricentenniaL Chapel of the Catholic Student
rts Center at the University of

w,mA "The work that Is being done Florida. The reception took
place at the Center also. .
a a here now will serve our pos- tft
terity. The rich history of this
area makes this one of the Group Off to Rome

major attractions of the na DUIIUQUE (NC-Officers of

tion." the conference of major religious
y A vx
Adjutant-General McMillan superiors of women

added that he was happy to have left for Rome for sn audience
have the Ambassador from with Pope John XXIII.

: S Spain and his party here be- The Sisters, who will affirm
cause In coming they honoredSt. the loyalty of United States

Augustine and the State of women religious to the Pontiff,
i Florida as well. "We sincerely also will attend the beatification -
i hope." he added, "to have the of Mother Elizabeth Seton,

TAN t The Vice President of the United States helps the Oldest :Mission in America opportunity to see them many March 17.

launch its preparations'for the 400th anniversary in 1965 by his visit in March.: Explanation times-and would be most de- The group is headed by
lighted to have them return Mother :Mary Consolatrice of
of the significant background of the site was made by Archbishop JosephP.
especially during the Quadri- Sisters of"C h a r ity of the
I Hurley (left). Right behind them are, from left, Senator George Smathers, Senator "
centennial in 1965. Blessed Virgin Mary.GOODBYE .
"," Spessard L. Holland and Father :Michael V. Gannon. director of the Mission of

Nombre De Dios

Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson shakes hands with : .T1r
school boys and, their teacher, Sister Marion of the St.' L 1 _

Augustine Sisters of St. Joseph. In this picture (above),
Extend Good
Call J
and in the one at right, below, the Vice President sur- ;, r Exampleall

prised his guard of honor by shaking everyone's hands r at
(Continued from rage One) to a little self-denial each
before he left the Mission grounds.
gram in even greater numbers. day for God, that our rewards

Monsignor Cummings, ad- might be great.
Senator Holland Praises
x dressing the business meeting, He said that salvation Is a
F v explained that the Holy Name personal, not an organizational
Vice President's WorkST. Society was a tool for the achievement; that the life b Edr

4 w, spiritual benefit of the men Christ showed to us must be .
AUGUSTINE-Everyone learned something more
.s r participating in its functions. lived Individually as well as
about the statesman who is the Vice President of the
j He said that all pastors were by all together; that this life
United States, from the introduction of him Monday made ; counting on Holy Name men, must be'brought to others; and

publicly by Senator Spessard L. Holland, in St Augustine, and that they should not be that the Holy Name Societyand 4

Florida. :after Pearl Harbor, and he I afraid to follow the directions its members could be an ? ,,

The Senator highlighted the ;served as, an officer 1 nth e I of the Priests and the call of important tool in this function.
long career of' public service ..Pacific. fJ! : i the Bishops; but should forget Harold Keller, SW Deanery

of '''Vice President Lyndon B. The Vice President himself -. ahead without fear. president, conducted the busi-

Johnson, now 64 years of age. said that his own parentsand Father Henry Charboneau ness meeting. The delegates to i
He was elected to his first the late Speaker Sam followed Monsignor Cummingsin the rally decided that henceforth
office in his native state of Raj born of. Texas would speaking to the Holy Name rallies would be held on

Texas in 1931, after having have loved to have"been with men and developed the idea Sundays other than Holy Name
been a, cattleman and a school him in St. Augustine this that things have meaning onlyin t

teacher.He week, because of their own the degree to which we in- Sunday.
was both minority and great devotion to,the history S4.Y. volve ourselves in them. He Monsignor Cummings agreedto

majority leader of the Senateof of the Nation.Everywhere said that Holy Mother ChurchIs forward to each parish Holy WAVE FROM VISITOR
the United States. he appeared In on the move everywhere, and Name Society copies of a letter
Father Michael V. Gannon (left), director of the Mission -
this would demand of
His patriotism was demonstrated the Oldest City he waved his that and warmthin us which he had sent to all his of Nombre De Dios, looks on as Vice President Johnson .
enthusiastic and more light greater
said'the Florida Sena- own greeting
appreciation d"IIving*'of'parishoners explaining the waves a final goodbye to the Archbishop, Priests
tor when he became the first smiled, as he acknowledgedthe ;'- i
the Faith. Holy Name Society and. its and school children who gathered on Monday at Amer
member,of Congress to report cheers ,of all whom he
y. Father Charboneau: urged', spiritual-benefits. ica's Oldest Mission to be with him.
for military duty Immediately "

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