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 22, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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,""} I" f answer to Christ's invitation (Mark 1,17)'-"Come,
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j 0 I {C follow me, and I will make you fishers of men"-men and

!, women all over the Diocese of St. Augustine are taking

counsel with Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, Monsignor

Harold F. Jordan and their parish Priests at area Fisher
meetings. Typical of the meetmgs held thus far was that

VOL. XXIV, No. 21 Orlando, Florida, Friday, March22, 1963 Ten Cents held in Tampa's Christ the King Hall on March 14. Rfi Ra.' "
Members of the laity"were present from all the Tampaarea

parishes and from parishes as far away as Plant City

New Presidents Serve and Lakeland. The Archbishop urged them to zeal in their

efforts for the apostolate of the Fishers.

:- Three DCCW DeaneriesNew The Fisher should always keep in mind the importanceof -kJ :

his mission, said Monsignor Jordan. He defined that i

Your members have been elected to the diocesan boardof mission as one under the direction of the parish Priest, _

Purpose in Life: directors from Deanery Councils of Catholic Women, covering the enrollment in more Catholic living by indif- .
Finding God ferent, lukewarm or nominal Catholics and
and three deaneries elected ; secondly, all
Through Faith officers during the week. .,....r...._.. Pa1L.D owning, Lakeland other persons in the _parish_ "who have not known Christor

By Msgr. John P. McXulty The St. Augustine Deanery j ; Mrs. Joseph Lima, Largo; < who have lost Him" (Pius
Mrs. E. J. Tavlin St. Peters- said Monsignor Scully. We I
was a strict, efficient of- president is Mrs. A. A. Reyesof j ;XII, October 20, 1939)). who have i / pr3
HE burg Beach; and Mrs. W. E. truth do not have
of and Cathedral parish, St. Augus- Monsignor Jordan, diocesan r
great glo Humphrey, Dunedin.o the zeal to spread that truth, 1 ,
rious army. This army had tine, succeeding Mrs. James C. chairman of Fishers, presentedeach he lamented, adding that as a t F
smashed all Fogarty of Jacksonville.The the r deanery officers of the speakers.
opposition. It !
group we are not apostolic. We
too dun. West Coast Deanery were also elected. ServingSt Monsignor John F. Scully of have to be more than content
equalled. Unchallenged. elected Mrs. Frederick Augustine Deanery will i St. Patrick parish, Tampa, addressed ; .
to hold to the faith
on true we
Lf i
be Mrs. fc
Schmidt of Eugene Darche of the serious problem
Su- St. Petersburg, have
satisfied to
save our own \
preme. Men s s president, succeeding Mrs. Jacksonville, vlce-president; i facing the Church, that of win- souls. He said
died before it Roger Kenney of Lake Mrs. J. J. KoelemiJ, Tallahassee ]ning souls for Christ. We haveto "'You shall be witnesses unto
-or cowered Wales. recording secretary; 1 try to bring into the Church YMA
in Jerusalem
me and in all
before it. Or The Southwest Coast Deanery's Mrs. J. Clayton Sanders, 1 the millions who are wander- Judea and Samaria, and even .J1

were crushed k new president is Mrs. Fernandina Beach, treasurer. j ing like sheep without a shep- to the uttermost part of the

beneath It. Its Story Charles Ockleman of Sarasota. West Coast delegates elected 1 herd he told the Fishers. Statistics earth,' Our Lord said. But are wk '7 .
proud flags She succeeds Mrs. James these deanery officers to serve he cited showed the nRr
we? Can we say so? h .
flapped in vie- Lacher of Bradenton. with Mrs. Schmidt: Mrs. Joseph :steady decline of conversionsper Through the Fisher program

breezes Ji rr. Me\utty Elected to serve on the Lima, Largo, vice-president; ; year in the United States. he concluded, the Priest
the known world over. And he. DCCW board from the St. Mrs. Wayne Thomas Jr., Plant Many souls, said Monsignor can reach out to the fallen t r .w

was one of its neat, straight, Augustine region were Miss City, secretary; and Mrs. Scully, in our own countryare and the unchurched.
aways __._.._ .
severe-and proud officers. He Idelle Murphy, Tallahassee; Frances Broadhead, Lakeland, unbaptized, have no faith. Thomas Fox, a member of u -
served Caesar and he gloried Mrs. Alvin Bazley, JacksonvilleBeach treasurer. They are lost and groping in :Monsignor Scully's parish in FISHERS' LITERATURE ON DISPLAY, TAMPA

at the sight of the great Roman ( ; Mrs. Emory Cooper, Mrs. Ockleman will head a the materialism and atheismof Tampa, told of the Fisher program Viewing literature available for the Fishers' program are, from left, Mrs. Josephine -

Eagle. Keystone Heights; Mrs. Charles group of new Southwest Coast the day, he said. He calledit as it operated there. Fif- Gallops, Mrs. Val Picciandra, Frank Callab and Edward Flowers. The pam-

And now he was searching; F. Sares Jr., Jacksonville; and officers including Mrs. Christopher tragic that so many Catholics teen men and women, he said, phlets were on display during the area meeting for Fishers in Christ the King parish

for one not a Roman. One who i Mrs. Helen Swisher, Lake City. Di Cracco, Venice, vice- did nothing to help were enlisted at first by the hall, Tampa.Pope .

was not a soldier. He was look. DCCW board members elected president; Mrs. :Max Bender, those who were groping for pastor. After a period of conferences

ing for a carpenter. The car- at Lake Wales from the Sarasota, secretary; and Mrs. faith. they took a parochial
penter's name was Christ. West Coast Deanery were Mrs. Charles Schauble, Bradenton, The unchurched souls need census. J Says Mother Seton's Holiness
treasurer. the help of the Catholic laity,
John St.
Jesus Christ. Boyle, Petersburg; They went door to door. If

Lord Commends Faith members of the householdwere
Suddenly he saw Him. Brisk Catholics, the Fishers leftt Adds New Quality to Church's LifeVATICAN

ly he walked up to Him, saluted : ; '> a census blank and an envelopefor CITY John XXHI has said that :Mother Seton's beatifica-
and made his .. :t" ; the family to use to seal up (NC-Pope)
request .. .. .
Christ listened. Yes, He would "" :j=""<(..t .: ', .;,,._ '"' _''%";"",,:"":'-;",' ,.;..-';'"...., ., the information they supplied.The I tion adds a new oualitv-...-- --., to__ the "varied. ___ -- content_ -- ... of the Church's holiness"
,:, .ii( Fisher returned the next
fiy. J"T 1f.: ;u After referring to her fervoras
and heal the officer'sservant ,
come <" '" an "enriching of the treasure boomed the Te Deum, traditional
.. for the The ,
evening envelope.
Then the words: r-,,.. .. t envelope, sealed by the family, an Episcopalian, Pope John she already possessed." hymn of thanksgiving.A .

"Lord, I am not worthy i' was turned over to the parish :said that Mother Seton arrivedat The Pope also praised the veil fell from above the
that Thou shouldst enter under Priest. the Catholic Faith "not by a United States and called Mother 1 golden Altar of the Chair,

my roof. Say but the If the family was not Catholic I*denial of the past but rather as Seton a "precursor" of the U.S. which is at the top of the cross
1\"oro-and my servant shall ;formed by the basilica's floor
and, especially if not affiliated reaching a providential goal parochial school system in his
he healed. 4 with a 'church, the for which she had been address in St. Peter's basilicaat 1 plan, uncovering a portrait of
The eyes of Christ looked at fisher would Invite the mem- prepared by the '''whole courseof an afternoon ceremony fort Blessed Elizabeth. At the same

him-and then to the onlook fi-h to:read literature/eft with her former life:'- -- .. e beatification, the last in a time, a veil was removed from
ers. "Amen, I have not found r KetoliVen- 'which lead to another portrait over the ba
fC2YCC the veope> visited. They wouldLAYME He said that Mrs. series of steps
such Faith in Israel." And the f being named a saint. !silica's main entrance for those
\, Page 10 tering the Catholic Church was
request was granted. As the gathered in St. Peter's squareto
Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton, j
centurion believed was It
the first native U.S. citizen see.
done. The servant was healedat Example of BI. Luigi called blessed by the Catholic A gasp of awe, or perhapsof
that moment. pride, escaped from the predominantly
Church, was born in New York
:Men today find the Truth. American congre
City in 1774. Brought u p a n
They find it through Faith. W+y YMJ y yn Noted at BeatificationVATICAN Episcopalian, she was the J gation. Some 3000 U.S. pll-
They find It in the confidencethat POPE, Page 10
mother of five children and a
God exists and that as
CITY (NC) -Pope John XXHT beatified widow when in 1803 she became
Creator He cannot deceive nor
be deceived. They accept the 9 Father Luigi Palazzolo on St. Joseph's feast day, March 19, a Catholic. In 1807, she

gift of Faith from this same at. .St.. Peter's. Basilica.. Blessed. Luigi, the Holy Fathersaid founded St. Joseph.the Sisters of Charityof j Msgr. Barry

God-and then they use It. Like J had devoted his life to
'1 amples of the vitality of the "For the first time, a
centurion these A the Lauds IrishMissionaries
pagan peopie ." poor. Church, the Pope said.
heroine of the United Statesof
knew the answer to a few More than 10,000 people The congregation the new
discoverable things. They also :' America has appeared in
for the beatification
: 1 blessed founded-the Sisters of
knew that there were countless : of the Bergamo Priest. glory above the altar of the J
_ _
1 the Little Poor of Bergamo-
questions but there were not :.""' : ..;,. _._.._____,'._...,___...n..._._..____ .__.___ ___w_._. .. That diocese Is the native See at work in Chair of St. Peter's basilica," MIAMI BEACH-St Pat
are today Europe
countless answers.' Then they AT DEDICATION OF CANOVA BEACH'S NEW CHURCH of the Pope's.Praising ;and Africa "carrying out all Pope John said. rick's Day Is always a big occasion

found there was one answer to the Church's newest 1 t the works of spiritual and The beatification started I in St. Patrick parish,

all the needs of their lives; blessed, the Holy Father rec corporal ," said the Holy with a morning ceremony in 3 Miami Beach, under the leadership -
Beach'sHoly mercy
all the needs of Gall/ Mission Canova
one answer to Eau called that he was five years ]j Father St. Peter's. The basilica was in : of the pastor, Monsignor
the world. God. old when "he heard that ven- semi-darkness as a long accountof William Barry P.A.
Blessed Luigi exemplifies
Our Gifts Abound erated name for the first time." :Mother Seton's life and This year, the guest speakeron
Name of Jesus Church BlessedCANOVA I Christ's::: words in the Gospel
This Faith also tells them a Priest and Bishop, he had works was read. I the occasion was Irish-born
"looked for this which 4 of: St. John: "I have chosen William J. McDonald
beautiful and unshakeable fact. day The account closed with the Monsignor -
This God came to earth. He BEACH-Holy Name of Jesus Church was blessed here on March 17 byArchbishop Providence had granted him to 2 you, and have appointed you command that :Mother Seton rector of Catholic University

lived and walked on the tiny Joseph P. Hurley. Speaking of the new church built by Father :MartinB. see as Bishop of Rome." 1 that you should go and bear "be adorned with the title of ] of America. Pontifical

planet He had made, and the to there not Blessed Luigi's beatification i fruit" (John 15,16)), the Pope Blessed," and the basilica came :Mass was celebrated at the
Power and his parishioners, the Archbishop urged people gather
talked to the creatures He had followed that of Blessed!' continued. alive with blinding light. 1 Beach parish church by Bishop
brought Into existence. He re-
deemed them. And, astounding God.The converse with Him, to learn 1 those parishion ers at Canova Both new blesseds are ex LUIGI, Page 10 gan ringing and a great organ Monsignor Barry at a dinner .

gift He remains with them in Archbishop warned of His will, to draw solace and 1 Beach who b uilt the new .., .,.''f,'"'' ;:!"w ''' :. ;'Jt .;<;, <_Tf!'.'. at the Hotel Fontaine-
His Eucharistic Pre s en c e. 1 the constant danger men face strength and inspiration from I church. Recognizing + Mean, talked) about self-sac

Every hour left before the ,of drifting away from God. The Him. The truly wise man, he I that it Tr ; rificing pioneer Irish Priest

world spins to a stop, He shall ,Creator gives unity and pur- said, cultivates an even deeper meant sacrificeon : who made Catholic history

guide them truly with the pose, he said, to man's con- knowledge of God. the part of .- here in Florida
Church He established for :tinuing discoveries of the secrets This church, he continued, the people > < He spoke for example, of Father
them. i of nature and it is in whose understanding 1 "'. :: : Thomas Hassett,who wentto
will be for all who permit It, ,
The atheist ransacks the prayer that these links between of St. Augustine in the late
earth for answers. He finds | a place of salvation, a placeof
Creator and creation are seen. what the 18th century. That Irish-born
none. He finds many pieces. Make this church a house of light, a place of warmth, Church means ':5 ; missionary to the state, said

But he cannot put them to prayer, said the Archbishop.Come a place of nurture, a place of to them Monsignor Barry, establishedat

gether. He is a god to himself. here, he counseled, to life itself. prompted them : t. St. Augustine the first free

And he dies. And he turns to listen to God in this privileged Archbishop Hurley warmly i'r. r.w r t o build, h e school in America.An .

dust.The place, to contemplate Him, to commended Father Power and I expressed the hope that their Irish Priest who gave his
men of today have the next effort in this parish-to-be iI life in the yellow fever epidemic

Truth. They can touch It, St. Petersburg Men Invite would be a school. : was Father Denis O'Sul-
use It, hear It, learn from It, As the accent in human livan who died September 24,

live by It, die by It. But to living is more and more on lv 1888, and is buried at Tampa,
do this they must see it. And Friends to Join Meditation |matter and nature, Catholic r r said ,Monsignor Barry.

to see It, men must have schools become more important He referred to the spirit of

Faith. ST. PETEI.SBURG-Bishop Barry Boosters Club of lie said, because it is only missionaries from Ireland suchas

The centurion did not quib this city is urging an outstanding attendance of Catholic through the Catholic school I that of charity remembered

ble. He had seen and heard men and their non-Catholic friends from all St. Petersburgarea that adequate emphasis can be t in Jacksonville where an Irish
kept in mind of man's supernatural Sister Sister Ann
and marvelled. He threw aside at of was
parishes a Day
the "whys" and the "reasons"and SJ., president of Jesuit High origin and supernatural called the city's Angel of
Recollection March 31.
the "explanations" and he on School in Tampa, will be the destiny.He Mercy. She was the founder of
walked straight up to God The day will be held a t retreat master. had a word also for fathers S:;t. Mary's Home, he recalled.

Incarnate. His Faith was burn Bishop Barry High School, an- There will be no registrationor and mothers particularly Irish Priests and Sisters,

ing. It was like a child's nounces Father Laurence Higgins fee of any kind for the day. asking them to look into their he said, surmounted obstacle!

pure. diocesan retreat director. The men will attend the 8 ]hearts to see if they were doingall of disease, hardship and

Today we need that Faith. Cooperating with him on o'clock Mass and receive Holy j they could not alone to i ,a-. bigotry to spread the faith in
To look at Christ. To hear Him plans are Father Brendan supply the funds, but to supply --q: ..- the South.
the Lawlor, president of Bishop (Communion. Boosters Club i and women needed
say: "I am the Way and the men "We are Americans first."
Truth and the Life." Barry High School; Mel Parker, i members will serve breakfast. j for the work of the Church. GET TOGETHER ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY said:
Monsignor "and
And we require the Faith Boosters' president, and Joseph Conferences and confession The provisional church is a Two Jacksonville pastors were in Miami Beach on St. Patrick's Day at the invi- Irishmen secondly.Barry We, have

to reply: "Lord I am not, O'Rourke, area director of the will be held until noon and :mission of Eau Gallie's Ascen- tation of Monsignor William Barry P.A. Exchanging greetings were, from left, Monk, pt secure religion, faith and

worthy. Say but the word." West Coast .Laymen's Retreat i the Benediction of the Most ;sion parish. Both the parish signor James B. Cloonan, Jacksonville; Monsignor William J. McDonald, rector of morals.[ We give our loyalty to

And then and then only -. Association. Blessed Sacrament will con- buildings and the mission Catholic University of America Washington, D.C.; Monsignor Patrick R Nolan the constitution and flag of the

shall we have true happiness. Father Larion J. Elliott elude the program. CAXOVA BEACH, Page 10 V.F., Jacksonville; and Monsignor Barry United State"

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. Page Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, llfarch22,1963 .

I, ,' Open House in Arlington .j I

florid ReportsSarasota ; Parish Set for March 31 1 J!

I' JACKSONVILLE-Christ the King parish plans for an 4\

GainesvilleST. house March 31.
pen on
the great quantity of worth

PATRICK KOFC The religious book and gift while literature available today
Father Thomas R. Gross told Recently the second and 5 '. \ ';hop of Christ the King parish, said Father Larkin. Books ,

members of the St. Patrick's third degree members were 4 A >. ).i '", .Jacksonville, with the approval suitable for everyone from f

Woman's Club at their March received in a ceremony at the ,d }'. )f the pastor, Father W. kindergarten to adults will be ,

election meeting, that he would new air-conditioned hall of the _Imp.'Iflr --.-- Y1f' rhomas Larkin, will sponsor: a featured, bearing In mind the

present a program on the :Massat Sarasota council, Knights of ;, : gook fair in the school on slogan, "let us fight indecent

their meeting in :May. Columbus. i March 31. literature ith good literature."
: ,
w I t In preparation for this a
Officers are :Mrs. Louis Members of the Sarasota v The Open House will be held

Ziegler, reelected president; Council will take part March _In poster content was held under that same afternoon from 2 to
the direction of the principal '
:Mrs. Lowell Mock, :Mrs. Edward 24 in the institution of charterfor 4 o'clock.

Jacunski, vice-presidents; a new Knights of Columbus I SMer Mary Hamian Catholic people are asked '

Mrs. James Jacobs, treasurer; council being formed at < -,.... -, S.S-J., in which he children to incite their non-CatholIc
and Mrs. Clarence Doerr sec Port Charlotte. The delegation J ,'A' t:; > : :, participated, and which stimulated friends and neighbors to takea

retary. will be headed by District Deputy ..' : :. .., t great interest in the tour of a Catholic church,

... J.roJrd.Eight.four.
Visitors will
St. Patrick's Girl Scout Troop Robert Lightfoot of Sara- ,::::!f. .,'. posters were submitted it is emphasized.
sota. hare a chance to nee a com
414 gave a skit on the life of .
,. : of which ten were plete display of sacred vessels !- I
Juliet Lowe, founder of scout Venice : '
.t ,1 .iudged winners. vestments, and altar
A ap-
ing. Mrs. Leo Besset is the l: V k>
EPIPHANYThe ,,) ...,.. First prize was awarded to will learn
leader assisted by Mrs. Frances ; ,.' ,. <-, pnintment They
# ..'.
Epiphany Guild will : kValter. Albano, sixth grade
Lawton. n "i! Willlhb.-.ii<: ...s',ae..l..j.. about the confessional, the
sponsor a rummage and used k student; ; second and third prizeso 3lass, and other Catholic de
goods sale, Friday and Saturday t Sheila Griffin and Kathleen -otfnns.

will be held on Saturday, April March 29-30 from 8 a.m. Faculty members of Holy Family School in St.
20 from 4:30 to 9 p.m. at the to 5 p.m. in the Catholic Youth Petersburg met Dr. Marie Gearan of Boston College Florence Pierce, :Miss Eileen Robichaud, :Mrs. :Mary Janice Bratcher, Karen Trim. write about unity, now each
I I'e
school Grilled or charcoaled Center, Tampa and Nassau recently, from the left, seated, Sister Maura Anthony Stack, Mrs. Patrina Cliff and Mrs. Florence Allen, 1 ach, Catherine McMurray, parishioner can act in the

hamburger or frankfurter sup- Streets. O.P., Sister Catherine Edward O.P., Dr. Gearan, Sissecretary.. Dr. Gearan participates in her College's Pamela Balcer, Nancy Chlarcl- (cause of unity by Inviting and

per will be served. The supper Mrs. Charles Molnar, chair ter Andrew Irene O.P., principal; Sister :Marie Dolores data-gathering for evaluation of schools being conducted ]o, Henry Dando, and )lary accompanying a non-Catholic

plate will include hamburgeror man, announces that there will O.P., assistant principal; back, Father Edward F. Con- by a team of Boston College educators. fane Largey. The judges were friend to the Open House,"

frankfurter on bun, baked be many useful and attractive Father:: Francis Chapman said,, the pastor.

beans, cole slaw and pickles articles in the sale, Including JacksonvilleMrs. East \SSR.: Mrs. Verna Sparks, Frank Powell I Is general

for 60 cents. French fries, dessert household appliances, utensils, Pope Sends Blessing To Tampa irt teacher at South Jackson- ,chairman, assisted by a com- i
Julian Warren has beer
milk and coffee will be bric-a-brac and a very large n BLESSED SACRAMENTForty i'ille Elementary School; and mittee.

available. The public is invited. selection of good, clean clothingfor reelected president of the Jacksonville <3 Parents of Hours Devotion forl. Gretchen Carpenter. Mrs.
Catholic Woman'. Quadruplets
Prior to the meeting Father men, women and children. :Blessed Sacrament Church will I 2. G. Rogero awarded gift cer-

Gross gave Benediction of the Club. Other officers are MrsJ :. 1 begin in this East Tampa parish t ificates as prizes. ST. PETERSBURG

Most Blessed Sacrament. TampaHOLY Reedy Brown first vice JTOLEDO (NC-An apostolic blessing from Pope John i on Sunday, March 21. Father The purpose of this book fairs

NAME president; Mrs. Thomas L: XXIII has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Axe of 1 Paul Couming has anI:: to acquaint Catholics as wells

St. Petersburg New officers of Most Holy Greene, second vicepresidentMrs. Lima, unio, parents or quad- J nounced the schedule. non-Catholics with some of

Name Altar-Rosary Society are Frank Heintz, third vice;; ruplet girls.Archbishop. alreadyset np scholarshipsfor The Forty Hours will begin LENTEN

BLESSED TRINITY Rita Jerkins, president; Ruth president; Mrs. William C. Egidio Vagnozzi the girls at Lima Central .after the 11:30: o'clock Mass on *San AntonioHOLY

Plans are being made fora Blalsdell, vice-president; Jean McDonough, recording secretary |: apostolic delegate in the United Catholic High School. J Sunday. Masses of exposition MEALSCALL

card party, April 24, from 1 Hook, secretary and treasurerand ; Mrs. C. M. LeBas- corresponding States, sent the message last Mrs. Axe, mother of the will be offered Monday and ) NAME ACADEMYPublic

to 4 p.m. at the Anchorage Club Margaret Brown, second secretary; :Mrs identical quadruplets, is 26. attendance Is invited FOR
I": week in behalf of the Pope to Tuesday at 8 a.m. and the service
of Maximo Thomas t, the fine festival
Moorings. P. arts
Sponsors vice-president. McMenamy, treasurer o
Bishop George J. Rehring of The quadruplets, who arrived i of reposition, Sunday, Monday -
will be members of the Blessed Father John Cavanaugh ; Mrs. Edward A. Reinick, .<.::Sunday; March 24, at 3:30: p.m.
Toledo in whose diocese the a month prematurely, rangedin < and Tuesday at 8 p.m. HOOD'S1stSvtet
Trinity Women's Club. historian Mrs, fc students of the music, art
C.SS.R., spiritual director, presented ; Frank P. Bed Axes live. weight from two pounds, Father Couming will give all )y
Father Thomas Kelly'(dow, Mrs. George P. Coyle and 1 the and drama classes at the school.
nine 1
The message states: "On the and one-half ounces to sermons.
Mrs.. James T. Monahan advisory aster Helen O.S.B. is choral
C.SS.R. /
as speaker.Lakeland
ST. PETERSBURGDOROTHY occasion of the blessed and four pounds, two and one-half :
board members.Mrs. Jacksonville lirector of the musical pro
happy event of the arrival of ounces. <
Robert J. Head del.
was g gram.
quadruplet girls, I am pleased Assisting in the deliverywere COTTAGEk
& TED CALVO ST. JOSEPII and Mrs.. alternate BeachST.
egate McMenamy, to inform that Ills Holiness three obstetricians:, a I A San Antonio girl Is among

Invite you to St. Joseph's Altar Society 1 to the spring meeting Pope John you XXIII imparts a pediatrician, four anesthetists, J PAUL 4 5 incoming freshmen students CHEESE
met at the parish hall on Tuesday I interne Woman's
special apostolic blessing to an an externe and four Members of the
tit/'S tJiJtj : March 11 for Installation (Council of Catholic Womenheld I *Ion o r Scholarships. The
PototkyHill Mr. and Mrs. Philip Axe and nurses. The girls were born I Guild: will hear a blind teacher .c 1
of officers. ) in Jacksonville last week ,
wards at the Louisville, Ken-
family. Add my personal con in 17 minutes' time. i speak; at a meeting on April 1.
f.mlftolf1 RUd. Father William J. O'Farrell i ST. PAUL t ucky, school recognize ability cems'
I gratulations and best wishes." Mr. Axe is advertising manager rhe women will pray the rosary -
(IT. Alt. 10) Largo Fla.
pastor,was guest of honor and Members .of. the Altar and( The quadruplets were born for the Lima Citizen at 7:45: p.m. in the church.a nd promise of achievement in I

inducted the following officers: !Rosary Society at the 'March} to Mrs. Barbara Axe on March newspaper. 'The meeting will be held in s tudents entering in the fall of
Miss Jeanne Hart, president; :12 meeting heard Mrs. Carmel 1 1 963.
St. Anthony's Hospital J 4 in St. Rita's Hospital, Lima, Mrs. Axe is a graduate of 1 the parish hall \

coo 11th Street Mrs. Paul Smith, vice-president; J Sullivan, president, urging[ Ohio. The Axes, members of the St. Rita's Hospital Schoolof Miss Mary Inez McCollough, The winner from San An- I
flt. retenburgModern Mrs. David J. Selheimer, treasurer 3 members to attend dally Massduring 5; t,onio is Miss Barbara Hutchon. !
Well Equipped St. Charles parish in Lima, Nursing. The Axes h a v e who is a graduate of Stetson -
Reasonable and Mrs. George MacDonald < Lent.Volunteers. have three other children. three other children: Cathy, 3; 1 University is teaching a fifth s She is a senior at Holy

liters:Conducted of 8t. Franeli by secretary. were received for In sending the message to Chuck, 2; and Timmy, 1. i trade in Jacksonville. J>:ame Academy.
making comfort bags for vet. .
Approved by Eau Gallic ] Mr. and Mrs. Axe, Bishop
American College of Snrteoni trans at Lake City.A ifs
ASSUMPTIONFather Rehring added the following
nominating committee 'I
was i IE1k E8
note: "The enclosed telegram,
Donal Noonan recently -
formed for coming elections. RSE CEtf fChurned
presented the Ad Altare Del I am sure, will add as much as
Mrs. ,,,
ENJOY AUTOMATIC Lora.Mae. is .chair s 3
award to, a a hundredfold to the Joy thajt ?

"Keep-Filled" member of the man.Mrs.. Gloria Shanks spoke on I you have already derived from { t I J
J the innumerable messages from
DELIVERYPhone parish, CharlesR. Mother: Elizabeth Seton. Points; L
Shatzer. notable personages throughout
: in hr life were brought out "
This Boy Scoutof : the country. fresh
St. Pete- 898-1111 I I I I a that showed up her saintly
Troop 398 in r' The daughters were hap. 1' SY
Clearwater 446-8314 --= I character. : i l r ? y flavor with full family
Eau Gallieworked tined by a Priest!' shortly s I,

and ., BLESSED TRINITYAt after birth, and the same day taste appeal! Healthful, I
the last meeting of Blessed l
achieved the ii. i another Priest said he has too, 'cause It's high
>" Trinity Guild, Mrs. Arthur !'
award on his 't6
In vitamins and
Yeomans announced that Mr. I
OLDEST and LARGESTIN own initiative. f
and Mrs. Allen Jones were proteins. Perfect for 1Lent's
PINELLAS The troop is not parish-spon ; TallahasseeBLESSED
chairmen of the May bazaar.
sored. meatless meali. f
Sir and Mrs. Leo Vinson will SACRAMENT \"

I be co-chairmen. Members of the Women's ,
BY THE BOX The officers elected to serve! Guild have elected officers: ? 'Y'J Phone for borne tfeHrerj.. -

W1 for the coming year are Mrs. Mrs. Don Ennessey, presi- a St. Petersburg HE 5-2111

OR BUCKET Leo E Vinson, president; Mrs.dent; Mrs. Robert Register, Clearwater 446-9189
Allen Jones and Mrs. Dixon
vice-president; Mrs. Frank X. Tampa 876-1325
Redditt, vice-presidents Mrs.
; Goni and Mrs. H. F. Hanassen,
"IT'S FINGER LICKIN' GOOD" Wm. P. G. Meyers Jr., secretary recording and corresponding ? Bradenton 7430171The

and Mrs. H. Brown Hood,,
secretaries; Mrs. Stan. Derzy-
.. treasurer. polski, treasurer and Mrs. ,' .; r
Mrs. John G. Regen gaan ; .'..jllt ___ .....* ._ ..;.-_ '- "'- ;... u
: Syde Deeb parliamentarian.
Interesting talk the life '
on They will be installed on May OFFICERS TO SERVE WEST COAST REGION
St. Joseph, whose feast day
was March 19. 5 at the annual Communion Newly elected officers of the West Coast Deanery Council of Catholic Womenare

Father John :\McCall congratulated breakfast. congratulated by the outgoing president, Mrs. Roger Kenney of Lake Wales;

PHONE 898-4422 the new officers and Each circle has been invitedto from left, Mrs. Joseph Lima, Largo, vice-president; Mrs. Kenney; Mrs. Frederick

praised[ the women of the Guild contribute to the cost of a Schmidt, St Petersburg, president; Mrs. Frances Broadhead, Lakeland, treasurer; Soncoajt's Finest Dairy

AND PICK IT UP for all but the work they are food warmer for the school and Mrs. Wayne Thomas Jr., Plant City, secretary.Orlando .. .

doing: for their parish. cafeteria.

2501 9th St. No. MOST HOLY REDEEMERHoly Members were Invited to Scripture Week "...--.-

Name Society members join Mrs. Goni's committee in ;MOORE HIGH SCHOOLSome :

plan[ a dance on May 4, beginning campaigning against the sale students from Bishop Set at St. Leo'sST. : For Your Real Est to :'j

at 9 p.m. at the Riverside of indecent literature in the ;Moore High School will enter LEO-Visiting Priests : And Insurance Needs Call :

Women's Club. The Danny area. 1 the Orange County Science have been Invited to join the : LaVoie &
Fresh High orchestra will provide Fair. Savings bonds went to Benedictine community at St. Realty :j

music. Donations will be five St. Leo i each of these top winners at 'Ji 4154 Central! Avenue Phone 896-4133 .
Leo ,
Abbey, April 16-19, at a :
dollars. ]Bishop Moore High School's I ,
ALL FRESH LOCAL Scripture Institute for Priests. IH
Johnnie H. Montgomery was The parish of Santa Elvira, *fair The Institute, under the :JJ X J r' rr / v i-rr :J/'A? JJt

appointed chairman of a fol Varadero, Matanzas Cuba, has Carolina Mederos, B o p h o-
SEAFOODS IN SEASON patronage of Archbishop Joseph
low-up program on the pledgesfor been "adopted" by students in 'more, biological science; Tom P. Hurley, will present FIAT I "THE QUALITY ECONOMY CAR"FORDOR

Our Lenten Season The Most Desirable Of the building fund drive. a society at St. Leo College, in Mader, freshman, physical sci among the lecturers, Father
His co-chairmen Wilmer 1
: are with the ence. -
cooperation "League
We All Strive To Be A THE NORTHERN Ringman, William McKenny, of Prayer for the Captive Peo- Bishop Moore High School's Roland Murphy 0. Carm., Father -
Joseph Fitzmyer SJ., and GOOD
Robert: Mueller and John Liv- pies" The adoption means that j fair was judged by Mrs. Marjorie -
Little Bit Better In Our Father Richard Sneed O.S.B.,
erman.! the St. Leo students will offer J A. Smith, chairman of SEDAN TERMS
FROZEN all of whom hold doctorates.Fath..1' .
Everyday Life At Well As SEA.FOOD. EustisT. one Mass and Communion on 1 the Orange County committee' -
of a T. Odom another Murphy In editor of
judges ,
a definite date and hour each
.Practicing Our Prayer and CLAMS: OYSTERS MARY month for the captive parish.J J Evans High School teacher; the Catholic Biblical Quar- NOW ONLY- $1569FULL PRICEIF

A sale is plannedby Sister Richard of terly, an author and lecturer.
Abstinence with A More rummage Mary St.
The Cuban parish had three Father LOOKING FOR ECONOMY LOOK FOR .
tthud. the women's organization J James School and Julian Born- Fitzmyer teaches
Rel'g'ous! and Sincere AtSCALLOPS; af St. Mary of the Lakes par the Spanish communists.Priests, all expelled by stein, Howard Junior High New Testament studies at DILLDKUWNd' 3100 5th AVE NO.

ish. It will be held March 23 Presently f School teacher. Woodstock, Maryland. Father SL PETERSBURG
there is one Canadian Priest
CRAB MEAT. aWe it 111 North Eustis Street. Home :and School association Richard I* a professorof
there to take care of 20,000 ,
At Pinellas Seafood members at Bishop Moore have Scripture at St. Gregory
souls. Three of the
Will Also Strive To Serve LOBSTER MEAT Edouard C. Craig chapels have also been :elected new officers who will Abbey.

Contractor and Distributorfor taken over by the communists. }be Installed in May. They In Father Benedict AVelgand KINGFISHRESTAURANT
You To The Best Of OurAbility c (O.S.B. Is director of SL. Leo's
FROG LEGS_ The parish's three grade cludlrs.
,. Yikon Metal Ceramic Frank Cilento, president I Scripture week. He urges that
In Making Your : .: : schools with 500 students and
one high school with 250 stu- ; Mrs. John J. Grant, vice-J reservations be forwarded.
and Mosaic Tiles
Lenten Menus More Attractive GJtEEN'T.ORTiE: dents are also now controlled 1 president; Mrs. William B. Institutes such as this Scrip

911 49th St. So. 347- 101 the communists. ]Dunn, Mrs. Robert M. Garvey, 1 ture Institute for Priests are
And Appetizing. by
recording and corresponding j going on all over the country. SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST
Shrimp In Various Sizes
secretaries; and Mrs. Joseph II.
Bornemann treasurer. Golden Fried or Broiled Shrimp
Cameo Dining RoomSuperb The prizes for the school Jackson's Shoes 0 Succulent Scallops

fair winners were awarded by
q..Jltp" g.af *d. Chops andChickca the election Ladies' & Men's Luscious Lobsters
the Association ,at
Superb "Serv U
O Delirious Charcoal. meeting. Another highlight of Clinic Miller YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER -

PINELLAS SEA FOODPhone dlanrr Broiled Straka LEE RED REIMAX SEAL.,Data- Pla. the evening was a school de Vitality-Weyenberg SERVED OCEAFREfiH

S.n-II' I.. h_. and bate. Participants were John HUSHPUPPIES AND ROLLS -

Phone 862-5163 EDWARD JAMES HOTEL Goonen Michael Woodcock, Cushioned Bellaires Chicken and SteaksAt

John Moughan and Jerry 641 Central Ave. 862.1355
St. So. Sf. Pete, Ra. 11750 Gulf RIvd.-Treasure Island 3G1-S Cl Famous Johns Pass



The Florida Catholic, Frldayl\larch 22,1963 Page Three I

Bishop's Pastoral Letter M ,E4 iJ I'

Hits Federal Aid MeasureLITTLE y illll'lij i is I Dominicans Receive New \ Mass GuideSUNDAY \

ROCK (NC-The Bishop of Little Rock declared Studies' Status in Rome March 24Laetare

that President Kennedy's federal aid to education I Sunday (Mass of 4th

proposals would penalize parents of private school children J XXIII visit Sunday of Lent, Creed,
-- ----- ROME (NC-Pope) John paid a personal
Bishop Albert L. Fletcher Preface of Lent).
in a pastoral letter read recently j to the Angelicum on March 7, the day he raised the statusof
MONDAY March 23
in all churches, said the I the institution to that of university.It .
Assembly Annunciation of Blessed
aid proposal "unjustly discrim f was the feast of St.
(Mass of feast,
Virgin Mary.
Bus Rides Bill inates against parents who ex- Thomas Aquinas, the Angelic He recalled that when he .
i 2nd of I. ntf'n"t't'k.
ercise their constitutional rightto Doctor, for whom the Angelicum was a child of five his pastor prayer
Creed Preface of Blessed
AXXAPOLIS (XC) The send their children to a private AI was named when it was came to his family home tosay dart ,
Maryland general assembly has school of their choice." founded as the College of St. that }Father Palazzolo Virgin).

passed and sent to GovernorJ. The Bishop also said he sees t Thomas in 1580. had died. He rememberedthe TUESDAY, March 26

Millard Tawes a bill to expand -no constitutional difference be- I W ,a Although the Holy Father pastors' saying "lie wasa (Mass of Lenten weekday,
substantially public bus tween federal assistance to all i- looked tired, and was not holy Prif' t." Preface of Lent).

transportation for non-public colleges and their students and I scheduled to speak, he replied Among the dignitaries present WEDNESDAY, :March 27

school children in Anne Arun- United States aid on the elementary i to two speeches J welcoming at the Angelicum for the (Macs of Ltntf'nt'tkda1',

del county. and secondary level. I him to the university Pope's visit were Giuseppe 2nd prayer of St. John Da-

Final assembly approval of The President's bill does with an impromptu address Cardinal Pizzardo prefect of macene, Preface of Lent).

the bill came this month when not propose any help for parochial 3 that lasted about 15 minutes. the sacred congregation of THURSDAY March 28

the house of delegates con- and other private .. "t "How could one fail to replyto seminaries and universities; (Mass of Lenten weekday,
curred in senate amendments.The grade and high schools, butit two such fine discourses?" AmI e t 0 Cardinal Cicognani, 2nd prayer of St. John Cap-!

house had first approvedthe would treat all four.year BIEN PLAN SUMMER RETREATS FOR WEST COAST AREAS he asked. papal secretary of state; trano Preface of Lent).

measure in February.At colleges and graduate schools TAMPA Father Laurence men's retreat program to be spiritual director is West Coast The speeches of welcomewere Ernesto Cardinal Ruffini, FRIDAY, March 29

present, some 370 Anne equally."As Higgins reviews this year's held at St. Leo Abbey. Seated division president, Patrick given by a student and Archbishop of Palermo; Fran- (Mass of Lenten weekday, ;

Arundel county private far as separation of plans for the \Vest Coast laywith the Retreat Association's Hum, Hal Davis, treasurer, and by Father Aniceto Fernandez, ziskus Cardinal Koenig, Arch- Preface of Lent).

school children who live Church and State is concerned, A_r t;h u__ r Johnson, secretary. O.P., master general of the bishop of Vienna; and Michael SATURDAY, March 30

along,: established bus routes what fundamental difference is Father John A. O'Brien Standing, from the left, are Order of St. Dominic. Cardinal Browne O.P., former (Mass of I.tntf'Due1..da)",

receive free school bus trans- there whether the government the first vice-president, WilLiam The Pope recalled that In his Dominican Master GeneraL Preface of Lent).

portation.The helps students in private colleges Brown a past president days as a seminarian in Ber- The Angelicum, the Dominican SUNDAY, March 31

new measure would or students of private ele- 'Books Lighted My Way, Will Vann; Bill Phelan, gamo, the feast of St. Thomas Order's center of higher 1st Sunday of Passion!id e.

make bus transportation avail mentary and secondaryschools publicity; St. Petersburg area Aquinas was a day set aside studies in Rome, was raised to (Mass of Sunday, Creed,

able to county private school ?" the Bishop wrote. Says Convert PriestDO director, Joseph O'Rourke, anda for distributing prizes for aca the rank of a pontifical university Preface of the Holy Cross).
students on the same terms as The President proposes a past president Arthur Nel. demic achievement. He also re- in a decree dated

it is available to public school program for "selective andurgent" son. marked that that very morn- :March 7. Pope John XXIII Prize Presented
really want to win convert? If there's
students. There are some 4500 you a so, a
Father discussedthe he had the institution would
his stated
improvement of public ing formally given Former
private school students in the fairly easy way to do it: loan books on the Catholic
elementary and secondary second phase of a three- approval needed for beatifica- from now on be known as Italian President Giovanni

county. schools which would end In religion to your non-Catholic whole armloads of books from year program designed to refresh tion to the miracles attributedto St. Thomas Aquinas Pontifical Gronchi has officially presented
The bill directs the county four years. friends. the Detroit public library laymen in the basic the intercession of the Ber University in U r b e. (The the $51,000 1963 Balzan

commissioners to appropriatefunds Bishop Fletcher said, how The mature thought of some across the river. tenets of the Catholic reli- gamo Priest, Father Luigi phrase "in Urbe" refers to the Peace Prize to Pope John
and establish new bus of our ablest Catholic scholarsis gion. Palazzolo. city of Rome).
routes as necessary to providethe ever, that "experience shows to be found in books. Great In short order I went througha ... ,. ". ._- ,.... ... <--'. ... .. ..- ....-...--- XXIII.
federal aid programs of any good deal of Newman, especially During June and July each t >'.' J' --'' Pope John said that the con-
expanded service.
books are effective missionaries
kind seldom retrench, but always which his "Apologia," Mon- year, between 800 and 1000 lay. \. ..( I ferring of the prize on him

expand." ment supple-efforts :? signor Ronald Knox's "Spiritual men attend retreats at St. Leo'swhere S S 'r'r r- was homage "to the constant
your Viji
MUMFORDKrfrlrratloB they find a weekend of
This would mean, he and make Aeneid" and Monsignor Benson's ;, work of the Church and of the
rest relaxation
Air Conditioning and time for 5'i i He spoke
Iloat Pomp ServiceGood argued, that more taxes wouldbe up for any de- > "Confessions of a Con thoughtful recollection h c : papacy for peace"
vert. of the work of the Popes from
V.'d Appliances required each year and that ficiency in stressed. ]&;..,* .
92S- 9th. St. SouthPity the parent of a private school J. "These I followed with a 'Y, ::1" Leo XIII to Pius XII and
your own pre- j
'w. '_
: .
Phone. pupil, between paying taxes short history of the Catholic stressed that they strove for
6-8487 Mt SZ8-3141 sentation. Thisis '
x ,..
and additional tuition for pri- illustrated in Church and a popular "Livesof TV Series ,: "the perfect supranational

vate school education, wouldbe the conversionof the Saints." (t neutrality of the Church and

OVER 35 YEARS OF AGE? penalized. Bede Eric But it Was G. K. Chester dicated of its visible head.

ton's "Catholic Church and
Gale, now a
HANDS BECAUSE TIED Bibles for Soldiers Benedictine monk at St. Leo Conversion," which really To Pope John Ps i ST. PETERSBURG

THEY LACKTRAINING TRIVAXDRUM: India (XC) Abbey, St. Leo, Florida, who stopped nie in my tracks.

-A Priest who translated the has helped to lead approxi- When I got to his descriptionon AVASHIXGTOX (XC) A + ,
New Testament into Malayalam mately 50 into the fold. page 85, where he likens television
a special series en- HEINZEN
the "I Mary Baker Eddy with her one t
; language of south- was reared, related Fa. titled "I am With You," sched-
ern India has given 100 ther Bede, "as an Anglican of doctrine of miracles to a naked uled for the "Catholic Hour" V

SETCESS HICK P\T copies of the Malayalam New the High-Church or Anglo- savage walking down Bond program during the Sundaysin sv

SECURITY Testament for distribution Catholic persuasion. I attended Street with an impeccable top May, will be dedicated to ....._""' _. -, -- I'
Can B. Yours! among servicemen on India's Sunday School and read the hat on his head, I was done. Pope John XXIII. TAMPA ALTAR ROSARY LEADERS SERVICE'. _
Advanced TrainingFor northern frontier. entire Bible several times be- For some reason this typically The "Catholic Hour" program Redemptorist Priests joined members in congratulating FREE: PICKUP It I)hLIEBYSlth
St. .I Iftth Au. ho.
Father Cyriac K. Mattam fore I was 15. After lengthy ebullient Chestertonian sim- produced by the National newly installed officers of the Altar Rosary Societyin rhone 8A7-6AH

Out More This Informal Call Fill gave the books to Archbishop instructions from Father John ile did it. Council of Catholic Men, will Most Holy Name parish, Tampa. Pictured, from left, Sail GKKKV STAMP..
Coupon or Hawkes I had become wellacquaintedwith 9th 8t. & lath ATP. "
Gregorios B. Thangalathil of I was confirmed at be shown on the NBC-TV net. Father John Cavanaugh and Father Thomas Kelly; and Phone us..USI
Name "".......'..'.'...."" . the Syro-Malankara Rite arch Columba's in Montreal." Judge John J. Coughlin,
work on the four Sundays in Ruth Blaisdell, Rita Jerkins, Jean Hook and Margaret
Address ............;.:...>... . diocese of Trivandrum who has Father Bede continues his one of Canada's leading jurists May from 1:30 to 2 p.m., EDT. Brown. I

City .....'.......M.M.-.I.- . been receiving requests for narration by saying: and Catholic the finest type of Irish The series was produced by
them from young men stationed When a Catholic called at gentleman and scholar. :XCCM in cooperation with :
State "."............'''"I''''"" the our home on a house-to-house "What do I do now?" I asked ,, MotherSeton
at frontier.. .the religious programs unit '
t parislftmtJertaking him. "See' a" Priest, of course,"
and askedif 1
of XBC-TV and was filmed ;;
Gulfport Legate Named any Catholics lived there, I he replied and made an ap- over a ten-week period in 16 2 J; j3
pointment for me with Father Letters Given
of haughtily inquired whether he
Academy VATICAN CITY (NC)-Pope cities in eight countries of
meant Roman Francis P. White of St. Alphonsus FLORIST GREENHOUSES
or Anglican
John XXIII has named Paolo the Middle East and Europe.
Beauty Culture Cardinal Marella, former papal Catholics. This seemed to disconcert Church Windsor.. The May 5 telecast will deal To Sisters ZtOO WE WIRE LakeTlew FLOWERS Are. So. I

nuncio to France to be papal him a good deal. A ,great: and saintly man with the period from the Ascen- 867-2136
345-4435 legate at the celebration next My family moved to Windsor who wrote Latin poetry late sion and the beginning of the St. Petersbaif 4645 9th Street, North
Ontario, and I dutifully at night Father White ran HUXTIXGTOX, New York
June of the eighth centenaryof Church to the Third General
Bl. St. Petersburg
OS Gnlfport sought out the local Anglican me through the catechism. (NO)-The last living descendant -
Notre Dame cathedral in Council of Constantinople in
Frank Mediavilla, Director Paris. parish church. Here all was Ten days later I was condi- 680 and 681. of Mother Elizabeth Seton. Madeira Beach Bank

different: it was a" Low- tionally baptized, went to con- who was beatified in Rome
The will
May 12 segment MADEIRA BEACH
Church" whose services were fession and Holy Communionand March 17, lives quietly in retirement -
with the
development and Member ... .
SEE US FOR THE BEST more Protestant than Catholic. was confirmed-all within crises of the Church i nth e here among memen- Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. _
Much at ea, I embarked on 24 hours. So great was joy toes of his distinguished an
AUTO O HOMEOWNERS HOSPITALIZATION my West from the time of Charle- Phone 391.9911 Open Sat. 9-12 .. _- _
.IFE COMMERCIAL BUSINESS INSURANCE! a voracious course of read. that I threw a party for all the magne ((800)) to the fall of Con- cestors.

in::. Catholic boys who had aidedme stantinople in 1453, and will in- He is Ferdinand T. R. Jevons,
TYRONE ; I got into an argument witha in finding Christ's true clude details of the four La- a great-grandson of Mother

i f SHOPPING CENTER < k Catholic librarian over di Church. teran councils ((1123, 1139, Seton, foundress of the Sistersof mm T. WINTER & co.
: ./
& 58th Shell J vorce. She advised me to look Besides the books mentioned, 1179 and 1215)); the two Lyons Charity in the United States.
Jtk Are 342.8551 No. up the matter in the Catholic here are two that will enable councils ((1215 and 1274)); the :Mr. Jevons, 87, was invited HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS

1\ ,.Pho.'...,. good bonds with ... a. Encyclopedia, and to stop give you to help other truth-seekers: Constance council (1414 to by the Sisters of Charity of 403 FLORIDA THEATRE BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG
ing her a headache. "Giants of the Faith," Image 1418)) and the Florence council Emmitsburg, Maryland to at- TELEPHONE 8624)381)

...;:. At.ISTATEINSURANCE c. I was surprised to find the Books, and "Why I Became a ((1438 to 1483)). tend the beatification cere-

COMPANIES article so factual, logical and Catholic," University of Notre The May 19 episode will monies in Rome. However, a

well-written. Off I went in full Dame Press. cover the period from 1453 to hip ailment made it impossiblefor

chase of the "Roman" position. Keep three copies of each in 1563 with emphasis on the Prot- him to go.

After exhausting the available circulation and with God's estant revolt and the Counter- Mr. Jevons has turned over I.
material in the Windsor public grace you will average at least Revolution launched by the After Church
hoCY"n.. ... fmnnJOtinn' .n:. to the Sisters of Charity 22
Libra I one convert ear.
ry y
.b. UU1"Ho.U&F. Council Trent
I To > of from 1545 to
Up 40 letters In Mother Seton's
'! Meet All Your
1563.The {
i l "fr final May 26 segmentwill handwriting.
NATIONAL cover the period from the They include letters to her 1itini FriendsAtThePark
I close of the Council of Trent husband William Magee Seton, $

Of IT.ttTI111Yt0 ON SAVINGS through the First Vatican her children and other relatives Lane
Accounts May Be ,\ '... ., Council ((1869 to 1870)) up to and date from about 1794 11 N :
: the current Second Vatican to 1819.A 34$,. 741
Opened By Mail ,:. .{
: .
,;, k: ,: : ri Council. non-Catholic who traces Tour Second Cup of Coflt

THE NATIONAL BANKOF r his genealogy back to :Mary, or Iced Tea It A/iccyi FREE

i t9G z (itUt":1tc", [ Richmond Synod Queen of Scots, Mr. Jevons describes r

ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA "W himself as "the last e
1000 TYRONE BLVD. &: 9th AVENUE NORTH ::k To Follow Close of the line," since he has never :

Member F.D.I.C. married and has no living rela-
1033 ssrh ST. NO.
: ,l htla.ittt RICHMOND (XC) Bishop
58f Complete Luncheons Monday thru Saturday
John J. Russell of Richmondhas Lithuanians Resist
.u. trG 'tBEEWAL convoked of
(1St l a synod
tiOD BERLIN (XC) The stub
1 Priests of the diocese to be
bornness of Lithuanians in
OiCH8i5TIAu held at the close of the Second
Vatican CounciLNo clinging to their Catholic Faithis IowEll't Ella oils
definite date was given the subject of complaints by
1 1ILY t for its opening.The the communist regime voicedin
IEVJttH >FAM I In synod has been convoked governmentcontrolledbroadcasts 11 O r,x .. ,
tY i and publications received S
LOI tn1N000SRYING to formulate new
SE EVER Y opYd < statutes and revise present here. S

t 0 .g.30 p.M. statutes for the diocese. An irate report concernedthe
( 1 11. tp Auxiliary Bishop Ernest L. use of the collective farm's CALLBOWEN'S
d 3e
R Unterkoefler was named promoter truck to bring the youth to
E S E .y._ of the synod, the fourthin church for Sunday Mass. It
L D R LITURGY WEEK POSTER the diocese's history and the was declared that while hymnscan

Archbishop John J. Krol of Philadelphia, in his of- first since 1933. be heard from the crowded

fice, views a poster proclaiming the 24th North Amer- Bishop Russell appointed a church, the nearby culture

ican Liturgical Week to be held in Philadelphia August I central preparatory commissionand center planned as an outlet

v 19 to 22. At right is Father Joseph Kavanagh. ; five preparatory committees for atheistic instruction, stands

on clergy, laity, teaching closed.
ments and temporal goods of collective farm workers duringthe
the Church. Christmas holidays was 862-2450
? LOUNGE The boards of the Diocesan noted critically by Vilna radio.
.. ERR!.GO-ROUN ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE Councils of Catholic Men and Communist farm supervisors' -*- USE YOUR CREDIT CARD -*_

HILLSBORO HOTELDIRECTLY Women will serve as advisory throughout the country were O METERED PRINTED TICKETS

ACROSS THE STREET FROM groups to the central committee taken to task for permittingthe RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS W

SACRED HEART CHURCH Bishop Russell has announced. interruption to farm pro- O WE CLEAN AND SERVICE HEATERS


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Catholic CommentBe Frank J. SheedContrite Soviet America is Moscow's Goal I

Confession Has THIS March of 1963 con. it Is nevertheless Important to "Dialectical materialism Is

I to be. the month In read: the philosophy and method of

of Amendment which some" of our biggest "Invasion, sabotage, blockadeand marxism-leninism for studyingand
Firm Purpose newspapers are coming for threats against Cuba have divining the laws of motion -

Be Ambassadors of Christ ward with ad- brought us ominously close to and actual force which
: < lUST telling your sins to a Priest is the easy way. If missions they the brink of thermonuclearwar. transforms everything ,that

d you must tell them, why not to God?" should have .,Yet Cuba remains free, independent exists. It is a dynamic materialist

CATHOLICS in general will admit that tion of God's vineyard over to those who I once heard a questioner at an evidence guild meetingask made weeksago. and socialist despite conception of the world

not a commodity that can preach a gospel which is not the gospel of : "Do you mean to say that if I turned On March \4el: the Alliance for Progressand and a method of scientific

be sold by door-to-door salesmen. Obviously Christ and who are contributing just one /. J Catholic and told a Priest the worst things 4, the Washington the manipulations in knowledge of the laws of its
many men and women in the parishes more voice to the cacophony.From ;' rd ever done, he'd give me a clean sheet?" Post Washington." motion.

Diocese, *I I to answered joined the pro- Why is it that those great Dialectical materialism" It
throughout our see in theFisher's a modest beginning of the twelve The. speaker. regret say, :
movement doorbell the % "Were thinking of staying the night?" cession with1 publications were so laggardin thus that fundamental denial
a apostolate apostles, Church has grown to some :- you
its leading editoriaL helping offset the invasion of the existence of God
which mimics pentecostal and apostolic 500 million in number. The Church has J tl It was a ridiculous answer, of course. The
% "No of the West? which envelopes all comma
non-Catholic sects. To begin with, every conquered the world because she has the .,,, ":;;' question deserved better, and in fact the Peace with It is because they refuseto nist thought.In .

Catholic is bound by the mandate of Christto truth for which men are searching. The speaker proceeded to give it better. People understand the present order that students

be a Fisher of men. By Confirmationwe Fishers of today must meet the challenge outside the Church really do see Confes- Louis F. BudenzCuba. Moscow campaign for 'wide might know this Colby better, Jackson -

are enlisted in that vast army through offered by the unchurched. They must sion as nothing but putting one's sins into spread atheism. recommended that they

which Christ announces the good news of bring the good news of the Gospel to their words with a .Priest; listening. They mayor ." I invite you to examine With the campaign comes read Lenin's materialism and

the Gospel.We neighbors. Otherwise, we of this genera- may not think that we think it quite closely the first sentence of intensification among the comrades emplrio-criticism.

are obviously failing in our missionas tion must be classified as traitors to the OK to start sinning all over again, provided we mean totake that editorial: "Peace in this of "knowledge" of "the This is a book with somewhat

Fishers since it is evident that back for the following Saturday hemisphere will not be secureas communist society by 1980"-
we are cause of Christ and His Gospel. The our cleaning heavy contents, but all clearly
long as Castro rules in world rule
being outstripped by many of our non- Fisher brings to his neighbor not the commodity nignuBut! 'LL; Cuba." making soviet necessary directed against "every form of
I ask did
Catholic brethren. The fear of being of religion but rather a source of whether or not, theyare stiff-sounding phrase avoid first may priest-craft." The central
you read that thought? have excuse from
classified zealot does not really unaware of the two ance of the occasions of sin. They of that book Is to alert
as a excuse us eternal truth. He sees in his neighbor one It in this thought
column but
is very reticence by Moscow or its
The phrase not sparkling, any
from our obligation as ambassadors of who is starving for the truth. He hears things without which the telling at the time of the "Cuban followers on these ideas and the marxist to the vigilance of
but :what it is saying is highly
Christ to seek out non-Catholic them with blind "Lord would be waste of time. crisis Marx and Engels in detecting
our cry out the man: when it was timely. predictions. There is now
The first is Contrition. We personaL "any deviation from materialism"
neighbors. that I may see. should avoid using the word, 'It calls upon us to face the Unabashed by its failure to being widely distributed, by and "any concession to

Religion becomes a commodity only The Church never shrinks from the because it has passed out of fact that if we meet certain make that comment at the the hundreds of thousands of idealism and fidelsm," that Is,

when it is presented as such and a Fisher battle for the souls of men. She has con- the language people speak: tell people! or go to certain placesor time, the Post goes on to repeat -copies, a pamphlet entitled to belief in God in any way.

becomes a salesman only when he uses quered her opponents with truth. The one of your non-Catholic do certain in themselves in different form the idea 'The Philosophy of Communism. coincidence

the wrong approach with his neighbor.If Fisher is the bearer of truth. This raises friends that he ought to be harmless things, we shall find that "the regime in Cuba is ." This was prepared by By a peculiar publish,
ourselves in strong peril of one with which its neighborswill James E. Jackson, editor of foreign
we continue to retire within the shell him above the zealot, for the Fisher is the contrite, and you will startle ing house In Moscow has Just
sin: we must avoid the people not be permitted to live in "The Worker, as his text fora
of our faith then we turn the untilled por ambassador of Christ. issued this very volume aheadof
the word sorrow. But and the places and the things. debate at Colby College,
the this Maine with United States Sen. its order among the new
clear What has led to fairly yet eminent pa. ,
be careful to make that Lenin's works.
wide-spread notion that Catholics pr Is totally at a loss on ator Edmund S. Muskie. translations of
sort of is
not sorrow good
Father John J. Castelot enough any to bring with us into 'having gone to Confession what to do, saying that uther There was much talk then Such are only part of the

I the confessional.Thus are free to start sinningall Is no easy escape from the about this discussion by a United artillery for atheism and "the

over again? Cuban nuisance." States Senator with a communist communist society by 1980,"

Our Lord Imparts Royal StrengthLAST rich uncle., you If may a murder policemansees a The answer is only too ob This is also I the theme of leader as "an exercisein which are being brought for

it and arrests vious. It lies in the simple fact other papers across the country freedom of speech.?' But we ward now.Jackson's.
week we heard the the king is glad; in your victory sin and death, lives for all you, you will be sorry you did that we do commit the same including the influentialSt. can see how much freedom of great theme In
sins again with so distressinga Louis Post Dispatch. speech the communists allow conclusion, Is just this: prep
of Israel beggingGod how greatly he rejoices! eternity in His risen glory. it: but that sorrow will not
that the onlooker They to the their for not one arations for building communism -
frequency testify utter con- opponents
to their All but the last of the
grant king victoryin But it is not only victory verse suffice for forgiveness. Nor will
be excused for not realize fusion that Khrushchev has word of what Senator Muskie should be concluded by
a forthcoming battle (psalm which the king has received second stanza ((9-14)) is ad. the sorrow you would certainly may \
had made now succeeded in into said reflected in this 1980, and this gives us all hope
that was
ing we our bringing
19)). Today, In from God. dressed to the king himself. In feel, if it turned out that he up
minds to try not to. American thinking by his use pamphlet. His words are to- to follow in the soviet steps.It .
20 it the that he
psalm we people pray may had left all his money to some-
hear them I He owes his royalty Itself to continue to be victorious until else. But we do make up our of Stalin's "strategic retreat," day all but forgotten, while is precisely this world j
Him ((4)), since it was God who view and this prediction that
their his enemies minds, and we do try. as Stalin predicted would be Jackson's are.. winging across
singing are completely an Better than either of these
chose the ]line of David to rule
the America. will make Castro's Cuba work
is whichone
There no point at case.
thanks for allkZ nihilated.For .
the blessings in Juda and to prepare for the would be sorrow as you beganto sees more clearly the wisdom Clearly and sharply, in contrast I am compelled, even at the ceaselessly for a soviet America \
his foes God's foes remember all his kindnessesover
He has show !nr coming of that descendant of are of Our Lord's commandnot "The Worker" of March expense of being charged with both in the northern and
enemies of His people and of the years, with a sicken-
David who would achieve a to judge others. 10 knows exactly what to say. "monotony," to quote from southern sections of the wes
ered on their how ill have
has of
the religion He entrustedto ing sense you
victory unimaginably
monarch. But ,! greater One may see a man falling It may sound repetitious, but Jackson's work, as follows: tern hemisphere.
seven than any ever recorded in the them. repaid him and the feeling that I
into sins
though annals of human history. That is why, in the midst of you would give anything to again again
these two their address to the king, they undo what you have done. which either do not tempt our- J. Trese
He asked life of you: you selves or tempt us only mod
psalms follow That I would be better
pray: say
each other In the psalter, it Is I gave him length of days for May the LORD consume than the other two sorts: but erately. And we do not see :rdeO : I ITHERE
I ever and ever ((5)). how much of soul
not necessary to understand them in his anger; let fire devour it would still not be sufficientto struggle Adored by Constant Prayer

them as referring to one and In the Immediate context, them. win God's forgiveness.Sin preceded each fall, or how

the same event, as if the first 1 this verse refers to the fact This psalm is, of course, a is an offense agalnt pleasing to God the struggle are many well-in others that"God requires of'us. for our eternal union with

were a plea for success In battle 1.that God spared the king's life typically Israelite prayer, but Cod, and sorrow must include was-or how much weaker the persons who If we fall in this, then we have God, charity demands that we
when he could have would have but
so been
and thesecond a prayer of easily on our lips it can become a God. thinly of prayer 1m.Q entirely. failed in the only thing that pray for others. There shouldbe
J lost it on the battlefield.And for Confession.It .
thanks for victory in that strong expression of deeply This sort of sorrow may be in terms of "asking." They really matters.It no limits here to our love.

same battle. now he can look forward Christian sentiments.How more or less difficult accordingto is not for us a choice come t o God is a duty, too, which we At Mass and in our other

Indeed, the terms of psalm to a long and peacefulexistence. beautifully the first one's temperament.But shall we confess to God or to always with must fulfill ourselves. It is nota prayers, our list of intentions
the Priest? We confess to God
20 are quite general, and the stanza expresses our thanks the other of the two and to the Priest because hand extended: task that others can do for should be a long one.

second stanza looks forward to The "forever and ever" does for Christ's victory over sin things without which Confes believe God wants: It that we "Give me, give us. "For my parents, family,

continued victory rather than not refer to eternal life but Is and death and His hopeinspiring sion to a Priest would not bring, His will Is reason enough.way. me." They fail Ordinarily selfishness is not friends and relatives, living
a typical poetic exaggeration resurrection and glorification is to realize that I an admirable character trait. and dead.
back forgiveness always
to one just achieved.The diffiqulno ; t I i But experience shows us certain
much like that contained in the matter what one's tempera our first dutyin tr In the area of prayer, however, "For all for whom, oug. '
first stanza (2.8) Is ad. values in the actual
) ,conventional salutation, "May And the second stanza voicesour ment. It is what the Church procedure prayer is to it is our obligation to be selfish. or have been asketl, or have
dressed be
to Yahweh. The which would there
peoplethank.llim the king live forever!" desire for the continuationof calls a "firm purpose of amend give some In all our prayers of petition.wished or have promised to
for His goodness to even if the Priest could not
In an age when ideas about His victory throughout his sounds thing to God- our first intention always must
ment. The phrase
the king:and pray."For
Implicitly, to the give us forgiveness.The
the nature of the after-life were tory: victory over those who rather remote and uncompelling. to give God Lour be, "For the graces I need, all for whom I am In
which he of
dynasty represents. hazy at best, a long life was in every age attack Him and mere necessity recalling adoration.In God. to do Your will and to any way responsible, especially -

With deep faith they acknowledge I considered a great blessing.But His Church; victory over that and listing and number- prayer of come safely to heaven." for all who may hate
It that along with
means sins their
that their earthly again, the reference may host of invisible enemies who have ing our pleasure petition there is some elementof We pray, in brief, for the suffered because of my bad
the sorrow because we
being over-brings us to a quite
ruler powerful only be. be not to the individual king try so subtly and persistentlyto offended adoration, inasmuch as we grace of final perseverance, for example or my neglect of
God, must go a positive of their
cause the Lord has imparted but to the dynasty of David, win from Him those souls will to fight; against the special, which awareness no amount of ugliness sor- do confess our dependenceupon the grace of a happy death. charity. For my enemies S
which God had promised would for whom He died and rose God and do admit that There is no other.request that "For our Holy Father, for
His strength to him. temptation to repeat the sin. row for our general sinfulness
endure forever. again.Be all good from Him. we can make of God which alj Bishops, Priests, and reli.
comes may
_.._ .. ,. .
The Is 41 .It 1.iicy ncu. ...nnthn... ...... ."......n.. e.r.cihhr: :: .h.p......
king's victory really And indeed it does in the tLJUb n lUI "'U'" "'''''' "' &I-.fl'J c.
extolled 0
per your In real prayer of adoration, take precedence over this.It gious; especially for our own

;o<1's: son of that Son of David who, strength! We will sing, chant however, God is the whole object is the one request we can Bishop, for our own parish

0 LORD, in your strength having won the victory over the praise of your might (14)). Pope John XXIII of our attention. Our eyes make of God, too, to which we Priests and for the Sisters in

are completely upon Him. do not have to add the qualification our school.

Adoration includes all those ."Ifit .be Your will. "For missionaries and for the

Question Box Mother Seton RecognizedAs acts of mind and heart which All other prayers of petitionare people among whom they

I acknowledge God's infinite conditional. ask for this labor.

U.S. Flower of Sanctity greatness, His wisdom, ood- favor or that, provided that it "For the sick and the dying.

IVo Nuptial Mass, Blessing in Lent nes, Justice, mercy and love. is in accordance 'with God's For the souls in purgatory."

of An act of faith is a prayer of will.Not It is a long list, and our own
-- is the first portion of text an Eng-
Q. It seems to me that the exactly. Let's hope that sucha weddings are scarcely In keeping FOLLOWING adoration; so are acts of hope, however, when we are particular Intentions will makeIt
of John XXffi in
Church is making,: it almost misunderstanding is not gen with the Lenten spirit. of the address Pope of contrition, of thanksgivingand praying for o eternal salva- still longer.

necessary for her young': eral among Catholics, not to Perhaps that is why she for- which he hailed Blessed Elizabeth Ann Seton during a of praise.An tion. We know' that this! "Is 'according It may be well to have it,

members to run off and get mention nonCatholics.The bids her Priests to impart the formal veneration ceremony in connection with her beatifi- act of love, above all to God's will. We need written down so that, under

married before a Justice of fact is that Catholics can nuptial blessing during that ,".'..tinn.......... encouragement ana_ of_ inspira. others, is the prayer of adora- add no "if," pressure, we simply can say,

the Peace, since she forbids get married at any time of the season. The Gospel read In the Mass tion. tion most pleasing to God. Our, neighbor's salvation Is "For all the intentions, Oh

them to get married during year. This does not mean that Certainly young persons today, the third Sunday of I It is by giving Him our love likewise of urgent importance ;Lord, on my list."

Lent. People cannot always the Church looks favorably on whenever possible, should plan Lent, brought us sweet and Elizabeth Seton is the first' that we give Him greatest to God. S Fortunately Cod can read,
arrange their affairs to fit young persons exchangingtheir their marriage some monthsin consoling echo of the words of flowerof
officially recognized honor. Having discharged the dutyof in with the laws of the marriage vows at 3 advance. the Divine Saviour "Blessedare sanctity which the United "My God, I love You!" is so holy selfishness by praying .writing. _
Church, even though, as o'clock on Good Friday after- they who hear the word of
When they have become engaged States of America offers to easy to say. Weak though our
"ood Catholics, they would noon, or at midnight on December God and keep it." (Luke 11,28)).
-and thus, we hope, are the world. present love may be, God stillis
ike to do so. 31.Marriage. looking forward to and making This beatitude summarizes the An authentic daughter of pleased to hear us assert it. TRANGE BUT

p A. Alexander Woollcott once is a sacred contract plans for their weddingtheyshould essence of the Christian life, a that nation, she lived from We can depend upon Him, S TRUE

t aid something about a statement and the circumstances sur- try to arrange matters harmony of faith and good 1774 to 1821, precisely at the too, to strengthen our love Little-Known Facts for

laboring under the obvious rounding it should be in keep- so that they can take full advantage which works, proceeds of thought from and the action seed, time when the young republicwas to increase the value of the By M. J. MURRAY "' h1 .J.c.._......

disadvantage of being ing with that sacredness. Improper of the wonderful opportunity beginning to take its important gift which we offer. Likely the .

wrong. circumstances are, they have of making sown in Baptism and grows place amongst the peoples -steady beat of the drum in an J

Your statement fits that therefore, entirely out of the that occasion one of the great and develops in perfection un- of the world, and to give orchestra, "My God, I love .4.f4tTrRUr OF"" S M ixAci-
it reaches the of Gorilla ,4R7 RtFUCAor
til splendors :
question. est in their lives. proof of its inexhaustible possibilities -You!" should reverberate stead 'rM4wrow "S CMC

Now, in the matter of mar- They should plan to take advantage eternal life. in every field. ily through all our other .d- :- S1WtOURQ 1I CFTUTWATER

riages in Lent and Advent, of unhurried instruc- This evening it is a pleasurefor Furthermore it was In those prayers. \ CA'1IIIDIlAI.. ItMtUfYClfIJ I L ',
here is what the Church for tions from their pastor, time the humble Vicar of Christto decades that the Catholic hierarchy There are times and places I 1 !!C / --S.. UUDIIrI

bids: solemn nuptial blessing for personal meditation and reflection apply those words to her was established, and when vocal prayer is the best 'f&IR'IA2.. ;

and the Nuptial Mass. It is on the great step theyare whom the Church venerates, as upon the solid rock 0 f the prayer; at Mass, for example, MRGgI

Catholtepublished during the Nuptial Mass, by taking, perhaps even a from today in the glory of the Christian Faith there were laid and in other public services qi1i
the way, that the nuptial or three-day or weekend retreat blessed, Elizabeth Ann Bayley sound foundations for a won when we pray together. Thereare 't1I l ; 658.47 t.frItUcA oc

marriage blessing is ordinarily the Nuptial Mass and the nuptial Seton. derful growth of Catholic times too when the mind .t JLa4w

.tlfF Friday given. blessing. She was truly blessed because works such as can be seen to- is too distracted or tired to

'LOIUDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc. Lent everyone knows, is a There is circumstance she heard the voice'! of day in full growth. focus wordlessly upon God, and ;

.139.::0.. Box E..t 3551 C lonUl Dri G.rde.,.. OrUnd S- 43 time of penance and fasting that never I can any think of- God and put it into practice.The Our first and very inspiring times when we wish to gain .\ ,r1Thww; ? 's

and abstaining.To Lord has allowed us to thought is directed thereforeto the indulgence attached to certain '
Subscription In U.Sand Canada, which would make it impos- UWIiUI1IIJ .
emphasize this, the at a'new sign of His the Blessed's of
4.00 ier 3'u.r; other countries sible for the Church to cooperate new country vocal prayers.
15.00. Church' frowns on using flowers with the reasonable plansof Providence: and in raising Our origin. In the United States the The point I am making b I

The'Florida Catholic !" a member on the altar, the playing ,of voice In a hymn of thanksgiving -heroes of the most noble human that prayer Is (or ought to be)
who wish
of tb* Catholic Press Association young persons to
and tb. National Catholic Welfare the organ in church, lavish and to the notes of the Te undertakings are honored an Interchange with God. It is _
Confertnco New. S rvtce. Doper unbecoming parties and dances marry. Deum, Our mind went forth in with acclaim and admirationboth an occasion of special; and intimate 'LA,:

a T 4, Martin' publlthcrt representative class mall-and, in general, alUhose things Certainly the penitential! heartfelt gratitude. Always in life and death.It union "with God.

Entered as aecond spirit of Lent doesn't 'prevent _ _ _ _ '
Florida distract from "wonderful in His saints"Psalm admit
t.r It 1959, at Orlando which would us Is a pleasure to that These other prayers neces-
tandir the ,Act of March 3. It71.T the tremendously important marriage. It may dampen the ( 67,36)), God illumines no less attention, respect and sarily will include some

.: / \ business of suffering personally sometimes excessive funraak- mankind on its pilgrimage love are shown toward those prayers of petition.At .

...- :: V and voluntarily for our, ing associated
-..-Vath.r Vln..B. F. Smith sins and the sins of others, this isn't a bad idea either. splendor.Our dedicated their lives to Christ, pects us to ask for the graceswe Is C ZMjjg' ; IT \\\\ \ J'4XlflCAE.

'. :. Dx cuUve Editor. QoUiMark many of whom don't bother But make it Impossible to thoughts like to dwellon to His Gospel I to forms of assistance need in order to reach DIVISION \ \\' _'
Editors: :MUt n '
.\. Htllwl either to recognize sin for whatit marry in Lent-nonsense! the meek and strong figureof which are entirely heaven. .c' IN TMC WORLD, \

Votrph A. Rlr Is, or do penance: for it. Incidentally, In those cases the Blessed (Elizabeth), now evangelical, and even to most f This is the one great respon ca41PqzzLlI7 477y 1"

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governing -
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the Church in I said
coopera- i He :
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Pope. py +% "Be in genuine
called the teaching parts of had arisen in the past |
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cerned with the faithful.
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anyone else. But today there M delegates of the Catholic association
This use of the vernacularhas the state and so formed a unity
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are of Italian DELl"ERYI
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than he is. were holding a national congress
the administration of certainof
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the sacraments, and is designed noted, so the actual problem SERVICECli
Cardinal in December of l He asserted that artistsJ
help the faithful
to to tends to disappear.
1929, one month,after raising "seem to have abandoned the-
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liturgy. that there is "no questioning J I
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Those parts of the Mass the doctrine that the con a d' yy Nro j which are intelligible"Critics I CASHDISCOUXTS
Church in Portugal. I in turn "use language
which stress the sacramental science of every man is free
Granting a request for an Interview special knowl-
nature of the officiating Priest before God""The f J that requires a
on what has been accomplished i 1 W yr in order to understand the
.will most probably be left in Idea of the increased .|. ege
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a formal room with red damask Cardinal Concalvei Cerejeira Church," the Cardinal said. Statues of angels, copies of.Bernini originals, on Rome's Sant'Angelo Bridge near at least something. We believed
walls In third of his
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Church, which is for instance of Philadelphia, president of an organic expression of Bishop Corson miring. Banquet

said. .iinal-Archbishop of Lima do not vote in the faith that all of us have in aid.
why lay people world Methodist council
He said, however, that so far Blessed the newly established New Vatican Stamps Mondays
Christ, Saviour _
our Bishop
the council. They do not be- told the Johnstown Catholic "Under the Holy Father's direction .
there has been a remarkable Catholic Information center VATICAN CITY (XC)-
Corson an observer the
long to the hierarchy of the forum that Pope John XXIII at the way has come t o SAN REMO
unanimity in the voting. run by a United States Priest council, said. Vatican City will issue a spe-
Church, he said. "has the common touch, an in- know each other better Th .
the of here. The Methodist : cial series of stamps supporting RESTAURANT
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Cardinal Goncalves Cerejeira stinct for the right thing" andis word that the Pope uses in n e

greater decentralization In the Juan Cardinal Landazurt stressed throughout the Inter- a realist."I had he been asked five years erring to us (Protestants) -_ the campaign against hunger 1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL

administration of the Church, Rlcketts O.F.M, speaking ago "if such a council could of the United Nations' food
view the 'separated brethren'carriesgreat
difficulty of fore- can't help but believe that a 2-1357
the Cardinal patriarch said he during the ceremony take place and if Protestants and agriculture organzatlon
casting at such an early stage God is using him to bring men connotation of that ope 1
believes there is a tendency thanked the U.S. missioner would serve as observers I door." (FAO) on March 21, 1963.
conclusions which
to the and women of all faiths to rec-
certain decentraliza- Father Joseph Mlchenfelder The stamps will be of four
towards a would have said, 'We will never
council might arrive. ognize the primacy of God, and The council is a declaratio n
M.)(., and his helpers for see it in our day.'" He addeda values: 15, 40 100 and 200 lire. Insured Superiority In
.. ., of war against the forces opposing ] Ie
their work. J" ow of
are reproductions &
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secularism materialism
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atheism he declared. "If ue'r e I
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going to save this world, we'v
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enemies he added.
center is planned to CITY (NC) *- L'Osservatore Romano has event in this century," Bishop 1*always know

have an all-Peruvian staff stated that the role of the Church as peacemaker is not ;" ,Corson. continued."At Bishop Corson said: "Thei ei. POWDER PUFF

tNS within six: years. neutral "concerning moral _, are many kinds of unity. Spir!i. > when its

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Priest Active Laity
; I : :: : Says

'Do-it-yourself Builders Gave I ; y. p;:. Needed in Latin America

I Church in Saigon for All Nations )II I DAYTON (NC-The Church in Latin America must

.- I either motivate and organize the laity in a vast mass movement -

By Father Patrick O'Connor or expect disaster, a ulation of Latin America will

SAIGON, Vietnam (NC) -The onstruction gang who started work on a site at __ Priest has said here. be twice what it is today by

42 Tu Xuong Street, Saigon, three years ago were all English- speaking foreigners, ..... -.;,. : ,,< Juwz, =Jrw .. : 1 That is the judgment of that time he explained."The .

with aPriestas foreman. :Most: of them were Americans, but Australian, British and .. ." .. Father James M. Darby S.M., answer Is the lay

T _'L __ ._L_ _uu_. '1_ __. | president of the conference of he continued, "weJune
.1rl.S1l accents were neara man,
1955 for Catholic Relief ServicesNational major superiors of who
evenings, on Wednesday men. last
among them too. after-I to raise! up every

They were, men from em- Catholic Welfare noons and on Saturdays. .r headed a delegation of religious pervon who has the Faith to

bassy and foreign-aid offices, Conference. He gave out food the bricklaying and plastering superiors on a factfindingtour make the Church a living;

military civil engineersand and clothing, dodged bullets they hired Vietnamese laborers. of nine Latin American force. Every man must demote -

business men men and they during the Binh Xuyen battle : nations. his energies! to the apostnlate -

were building a church in the"doityourself and helped to look after the They had their church The month-long tour was ; otherwise, we are
Catholics in the then small In to the of
spirit Nine ready for the Archbishop of '.- response request Jo&t."
American military advisory Pope John XXIII that religious .
bless in November
Saigon to ,
months later, it was finished, Father Darby said that the
the Church group. 1960. A bright and spacious groups In this country optimistic and
of Our Lady, Queenof Bishops are
Peace. More Americans came, Including building, it has been in dailyuse __ send 10 per cent of their that -here and there" the apos-

the engineers and members to Latin America
For more than two years ever since. tolate is beginning to producethe
technicians of a big construction during the 19f 0's to help
now It has served English- On Sundays four Masses are necessary results."
company. Father Craw solve the critical problems of
speaking Catholics of Saigon celebrated in it for the public,
ford was asked to devote himself the Church there.
and a number of Vietnamese, as well, as the early morning
entirely to pastoral work Father Darby, provincial of BEACH MEMORIAL
also. As well, it serves as community Mass for the Sisters and"or-
in the growing Englishspeaking the Cincinnati province of the CHAPELSt.
chapel for a dozen phans. ..
community. > Society of Mary, said the primary r.t.ubar Itrarh 160-5577
busy, white-bonneted Vietnamese Familiar features of parish < :
Churches are too few and of the tour was
Sisters of Charity and life at ,home are found In this EXPELLED MISSIONARIES LEAVE SUDANA purpose SEMINOLE BEACH
too small for Saigon's popula- to gather information on the
300 children. Saigon church: catechism group of white-robed Sisters and Priests walk toward a Sudan airways plane MEMORIAL CHAPEL
tion of
enormously increasedin "strategic deployment" man-
The Priestforeman, who the past 10 years. classes, Holy Name Society, for the flight out of the country after being expelled by t h e :Moslem dominated power from American and'Canadian St. Petersburg an.un1J'JfJ

swung a pickax with the best Father Crawford and his Wednesday novena servicesfor government. So far, 93 Catholic and 27 Protestant missionaries have been expelledin religious orders.

of them is upstanding Father the Filipinos, instruction of
the Christian in
campaign against activity southern Sudan.
flock resolved to build one for Although the need for aid
Robert P. Crawford C.M., from converts. Father Crawford re-
themselves. They would put It
communities is
from religious
Philadelphia, civilian chaplainto where it would also serve as ceiyes about 10 Englishspeaking I. ... S. ,. I I
English-speaking Catholics foreigners, mostly Americans urgent, the group came to recognize -
Vatican Kaaio Indicates
a community chapel for the
that the
into the Church every Hanoi Like lay people are
here.A Sisters of Charity. the Church's ultimate
former missionary In The site was inside the area year. Sudan Visa is 'Propaganda'VATICAN the present crisis he said.
China, ht came to Vietnam in The American and other i 'Dead City ,
known as the Cite Marie-Paul.
English-speaking Catholics in "Even if we do everything Sine IfS

This had formerly been a Saigon are usually short-term CITY (NC-Vatican Radio has raised the we are called upon to do per Tour Phone

Chancellor Marks French military installation. residents. . the efforts of General "
Through ; Few of those who helped 1 1 mit a new Protestant minister to southern Sudanfromwhich behind where we are now, 2 737

Paul Ely, last commander of of Peace than 100 SAIGON (NO -Hanoi, cap- said Father Darby. -
60 Years Priest to build the Queen more a Christian missioners have recently Lauderdale
as French forces in Vietnam, and The is that the Ft.
ital of Red-ruled north Viet reason pop-
church :are In Vietnam today. 1|nppn p npl1prl -,is A. nrnn- _
ROME (NO)-Santiago Car- his wife. Marie: it, had been; Frank Murphy and James --- ---r----- r--r- with the Sudan government nam, is "like a dead city," ac i_ Pompano Beach

dinal Copello chancellor of the turned over to the Sisters for 1 janda move. policy of Sudanization of edu cording to a foreign traveler.
their works of charity. Cronin from Boston, Roger Mc- The broadcast noted that the Acre to be Monumentr
Holy Roman Church, left here Kenna and Frank Di Matteo cation. While some of the ordinary
.lecision much
The Priest and his team of t: was publicized JERUSALEM. ) The
last week for his native Argen- \ from New York, Dr. Dan Det The government has Iden. sounds of busy life are missing,
workers looked around for sur 1 through an interview with a ancient city of Acre which
tified j'
tina to celebrate the 60th an- vally from Kilkenny, Ireland, many of the 97 expell.ed there is a constant bombard
plus equipment and odd lots of ]]British broadcasting corpora- Catholic missioners was a major stronghold of the
niversary of his ordination. and their scores of fellow 1 t tion BBC and as ment of communist party propaganda MLMSpIIJIr1Mti11
( ) correspondent Crusaders for 150
material going cheap. They teachers, although Catholic p over years, ZI
Cardinal Copello, in cere- workers may kneel no more in from 13,000 loud "
and their friends contributedthe 1|that it was timed to coincide schools in Sudan Is to be made a "museum city. ?
monies in Buenos Aires on money to buy supplies. the church they built together. ,,with the visit to Sudan of premier five before speakers. The Israeli government has .

March 30, will also mark the But it stands as their votive offering ], Milton Obote of Uganda years "Daily they bring the party's:I ,
They dug ,the foundations and mass expulsions began last announced following an in-
44th anniversary of his con their permanent prayer ,,who Is a Protestant. voice to the people in all fac::- {
put up the steel framework. fall. tensive survey that the work
secration as Bishop. \ for themselves, for their tories wards constructior
"The Sudanese minister of ,
They did their building in the Irwa also said according to J will take 5 to 10 years and cost Ouryca fronfc M.K/4
the ceremonies the homelands and for Vietnam. Moynord
During 1 t the interior has granted an entry sites and suburban villages,
close to five million dollars. --
the Sudan "Daily" that "the
Cardinal will bless the new Di- Marks Anniversary visa to a British missioner does not, cherishthe according to "Nhan Dan" (The e Acre is situated about nine 649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862-6503
Priest Mourned government
vine Master College, set up for who has been appointed teach.r People), the communist organHanoi .
miles north the modern ST. PETERSBURGKYLEMC.LELLAN
FAT1MA, Portugal (XC) idea of obliterating the of port
the cultural formation of re BELMONT, North Carolina < in an Anglican high school where 'the popula- of Haifa.
Christian faith has been
Joao Pereira Venancio 1 as
ligious. Bishop (XC) A Requiem Mass wa j In southern Sudan" the Vatican tion includes thousands of

The 60th anniversary of the of Leiria recently offered a offered here recently for Father 4< Radio broadcast began. claimed. Catholics
Vatican Radio said: "This sen- leading a hamperedand
Cardinal's ordination actually Mass here marking the 43rd I
Michael J. Mclnerney "The coincidence of this announcement harassed existence, is INC.
I fell on October 28, 1962. duringthe anniversary of the death of Ja-| O.S.B., Priest-architect who designed -i with the visit to tence is very vague and yet" another ,
"very depressing,
Second Vatican Council's cinta Marto the of even. today the facts deny it. FUNERAL DIRECTORS
more than 400 buildings ]]Khartoum of the prime minis foreign traveler has said.
Commenting on Irwa's claim
first session. He was consecrated the three children who saw during his 60 years as an 1 1 ter of Uganda who is a Protestant 17 W. UNION STREETJACKSONVILLEEL
that 380 missioners are still in "The people are poorljdressed
a Bishop March 30, 1919. the Blessed Virgin here in 1 architect. 1 leads one to believe thatit 3-3966 Continuous Service Since 1856
the Vatican Radio he explained. "Al
country, ,
The other two Jacinta's
1917. were -
Buildings designed by him i is a propaganda move for
said that there are 80 Catholic the buildings look as if the:
brother Francisco 1
are located in eight states and 1 bettering relations between the
4 l,,u.md Ji"" 'died In 1919 and a cousin Lucia, the District of Columbia. St. 1 1 two neighboring African Priests and Brothers for 400- need maintenance." One has :

A. H. Oral* Knal L. BeDDeU who is a Carmelite nun In 1 Benedict's in Baltimore and St.Benedict's :i iJ states," it said. 000 Catholics 1 n southern feeling of decay. : JOHN S. RHODES JR.
Sudan. '"The
Coimbra. The Bishop also in Richmond are Uganda borders southern shops in Hanoi an ,
Ambulance Service
VA 4-1673 blessed new headquarters for r two of the largest churches he I I Sudan whose people are. more Irwa announced that his nothing like the shops ir FUNERAL DIRECTOR

ST. AUGUSTINE the beatification causes of Ja-designed. Besides churches. I i closely allied by blood, language government "will soon recon- Saigon" was another commen

cinta and Fra'hcisco.' Father Mclnerney designed ; and custom to those of sider the missionaries" Sudani- from a traveler. 'The stat< 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055

zation scheme, probably referring -stores look like country store!!I .
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and rectories. Moslem Arabs of the North. to the Missionary So- going out of business, the]: --- --

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A native of Lock Haven, Many political refugees from
restricts the activities of
3450101. SERVICE Pennsylvania Father Mc- ;southern Sudan are in Uganda. Prices are high, as! far as

Inerney was educated at Du- According to the Sudan missionaries. foreigners could judge. A. P. EGZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL

quesne University, Pittsburgh, "Daily", a Khartoum govern- Open Social School Foreign visitors can Judg< 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE.

l.JB ; and at Belmont Abbey. He was ;ment newspaper, interior minister SAX JOSE, Costa Rica (XC) only from what they happen t4<) TAMPA 7, FLORIDA

: ordained a Priest in 1907. He Major General Mohammed -The new John XXIII social see in Hanoi, and that 1 L;S

was a practicing architect un- Ahmed Irwa told a BBC cor- school was opened recently in limited. They feel that it t: -

4810 Central Avenue St. Petersburg til he became ill two years ago respondent in Khartoum that suburban Curridabat by Arch- safer for everybody concernee

.. William T. Towey THOMAS i. BBbTT: and was forced to retire at 84. the decision to admit John bishop Carlos RodriguezQuirosof not to ask any Vietnames* -Ahn9foJt/ Z7crnoriafChapc&Jnc.

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GULFPORT MATPORT Queen of :Martyrs J
RiCh School Auditorium 10 Holy Name 8. 9:30. 11. 12:10 St. John ':10 7:30 9, 10:15. 11:2 BAKERSVILLR IIAINES CITY MKLBOUBNK St. Martha

-. _. latltatloa Good Counsel .:10 Transfiguration I:10 Lady Cf. Lourdes 8. 9, 10. 11 C:15, 8, 9, 10, 11:15, 12:1!5 FUNERAL DIRECTORS

':II-: ._., .... : St Thomas BAKTOW SSO 10:10 HAWTHORNSSt Nrl MONTICELLO School 8:15, 10:1 Ii 949-4211 TAMPA 237-3336
Philip 10:10 St. :Margaret 12 SEMINOLE AREA
( SEMINOLE AREA) St. Madeleine Sophie Barat IINIIAS Queen of Peace 7:30. '. 10:1S
FUNERAL SERVICE AMBULANCE 8, ':15. 10:15 11:21
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BELLE VIEW St. Jerome 8. 10, 11:90 Sacred Heart 7. 9. 10. 11 SIESTA KEY Haigh-Black
Phone 724-4662 Est 1877 DeBary C68-4671 St Michael
St Theresa IBRADENTOX INTERLACHEN St. Rita 10 9, 10:3(
Mission -\ t OCALA 8TARKK: __
St. Joseph 7. 8. ':15. 10:20. 11:45 INVERNESS Blessed Trinity 7. 9:30. 11:30 St. EdwardST. 1 ___
lth AT. Chapel 6. ':U Lady cf Fatlma 7:80. 11:1 ORANGE PARK PETERSBURG _

BRANDON. JACKSONVILLE St. Mary 9 Blessed Trinity 8. t::0. 11 1 JLJ i !!! ,
Nativity I. 10:10
t :11.
Assumption 7,8:30,10.11.12 ORLANDO Holy Family i'LL.t. __ rr.i .
BROOK8VILLE Blessed Trinity 7, f. 11 Good Shepherd 6:43. 8. ':30. 11. 12:1:! _
-........ St Anthony 7, 10. IISt Christ the King 7. 1. .:15. 10::0. 12 Immaculate Conception i
BUNYELL 7. 8:30.10. 11:15 12:10 St. Andrew St John 7. 3. 9:30. 10:45 1:: i
JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL .Stephen 10:SOBCSHNELL Crucifixion |SO C:30. 8, ':30.11.1:15 St. Joseph 7, 8. 9::0. 1]
._ Holy Rosary I, 7, 8. ,:10. 11:30 St Charles St. Jude 7. 8:15. 9:30. 11. 12:3(
It. Lawrence I:10 Immaculate Conception 6:30.7:30. 8:30. 9:30. 11. 12" St. Mary ,:15. 8. '. 10. 11. i:: JOHN B. GORMLEY
CALLAHAN 6:30. 1:30. 10. 11:00. 12:10 St James 6. 7, 8, 9, 10. 11, 12 St. Paul
: HOME Our Lady of Consolation I 10 Most Holy Redeemer St. John Vianney 6:30. 7:30. '. 10:30.:: 11:41!S LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTORS
CAMP SAN PEDRO Normandy School 8. 10 7. 8. '. 10. 11:15. 12:30 St. Raphael 7. 8:30.: 10. 11:31(
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: CANOVA BEACH Paxon High ':20 Orlando Air Base 730. 9. 10:15. 11:3(
311' AIN ST. GAINESVilLEHAROLD Holy Name 9, 11:15 Resurrection
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Swisher Aud. 1:45. 10:30. 12
A. JOHNSON AMBULANCE) SERVICE Club T:30 Sacred Blessed Sacrament
Heart 8.10. 11:15
St. Brendan 7:30. S. 10:30. 12
CLEARWATERSt. St. Matthew 7. 9. 10:30. 11:21 Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.
Cecelia 6. 7. 8. 9:30. 11, 12:15 Student Center 10. 11:31(
7. 8:30, ::0. 10::0. 11:30 St. Monica 7. 10:45
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The Florida Catholic Friday, March 22, 1963 Page seTB

Joe Williams

New ChurchProvince
y c Y 'aC sr

,x yr MLP Regaining Youth in Spring

is Hope of Veterans

John XXIII has recently erected .
a new Church province BASEBALL'S most familiar stereotype is that of the

Llngayen-Dagupan about 100 a star, his skills thinned and dimmed

miles northeast of Manila In by time, trying desperately to convince the manager he

the Philippines. can still "cut the mustard."

The Llnga 'en-Dagupan prov It is a poignant human drama which repeats itself
ince will consist of the arch. 4 J I
diocese of the same name and _---nII> "....... ,,,,,_ .. .-...-t___ spring after spring in almost every train
ing camp. At distant intervals the ageless
two new dioceses in central BLESSED TRINITY
Luzon, Cabanatuan and Tarlac. theme has a happy ending, as in the case

Head of the province 1* The executive committee of Blessed Trinity parish Jacksonville, row, Charles Perkins, Howard Beeman, Frederick Broderick and Ter- of Robin Roberts last spring. Even the '

Archbishop:: a r I a n 0 Ma met recently to plan for the debt reduction appeal which will be con- ranee McCarthy; third row, Donald DiPinta, John Regan, James Mel- Philadelphia Phillies had given up on him, )
driaga, 60, who had become the equivalent of being read out of civilized
ducted during the next three weeks; first row, from left, Dixon Redditt, lican, J. J. Sullivan and James Moore. Blessed Trinity is one of, the t i
Bishop of Lingajen at the society. The New_ York Yankees took a
age of 3ft. Robert Cherchi, William Schubmehl and Father John M. McCall; second younger parishes in the Gateway City.. look at the 35-year-old pitcher and Casey

__ _._ __,__
uuh, ",
First of Cabanatuan '" .
Bishop R Stengel of the N. Y. Meta also gave hima f

Is Monsignor Mariano Gaviola, Catholic Press New FilmsReviewed t trial without being impressed. Finally

present secretary general of Roberts, one of the original bonus babies,
the Catholic welfare organization Offers Grants recently sad classified dI':
A Tt a college graduate and class guy in every. respect. caught
the secretariat of the by the Lotion of Deceaer.Morally -
It O W E It It, Massachusetts on with the Baltimore
Philippines episcopate. Bishop- Unobjectionable for parently A-Okay, did not exact:
elect Gaviola born (NO)-The Catholic Journalism ,Orioles.
was August General Patronage ly spread a pall of gloom over
15, '1922, In Dansalan, and was I Scholarship Fund, Inc., sponsored BLACK GOLD (War) You know the rest His 2.77 the San Francisco Giants, .
ordained a Priest in 1949. He by members of the Cath Morally UnobjectionableFor was the second best earnedrun Nor, by the same token dl served I olic Press Association is offering average of the league, con-
as pastor of several parishes Adults and Adolescents t the news stir the defending

in the Tagbilaran diocese :.( undergraduate and grad. TIIK BIRDS (Univ-Intl.) stituting the most spectacular National League champions to
before assistant uate scholarship grants to comeback since the 50-mile
becoming sec Morally Unobjectionablefor r F unbridled ecstasy. Privately
retary general of the Bishops' ,American and Canadian students Adults \. .<' >''., hike. they must; acknowledge they
secretariat In 1958. He has been interested in a career in COME BLOW YOUR HORN _< In the Lo Angeles Angels' wouldn't have won but for the

secretary general since 1960.I I Catholic journalism. (Par.) a -:;;; camp, Bob Turley is now featured mysterious circulatory ailment

First Bishop of Tarlac will While the monetary value Morally Objectionable in "r' in the old yet ever-new that sidelined the brilliant fire-
be Monsignor Jesus ,"w script: Like Roberts,' the former .
J. Sison, of scholarship and grants Part for All bailer in midJuly.As
present chancellor of the diocese FOLLOW THE BOYS ,". Yankee fast bailer it was, the Giants needed
may vary, CJS Is ready to pay
of Llngayen-Dagupan. (MGM) s.} Bullet Bob, some inspired press even more help from the Dodgers -
Born In Bautista, Pangaslnan, all or such part of an appli ISLAND OF LOVE (War.) S\ boxer dubbed him is hereon a stretch-run slump of

on May 6, 1918, and ordained cant's costs as will enable Condemned \ S 9 a look basis. Up to now appalling dimensions.

:March 29, 1941, BishopelectSison him to prepare for work in PLAY GIRL AFTER DARK ) what the Angels brass has seen Even this was good for only

served as pastor of St. the Catholic press. (Brit.) ) tl hasn't been too enthralling. a tie. Again the Dodgers cameto

Gabriel's parish while diocesan As a further condition, CJS I Turley, 32, intelligent and their rescue! almost literally
chancellor. Pope RecalledAs too much a realist to try to forcing them to accept the
proposes that each applicant
kid himself still believes lie play-off.
Deadlines promise to work for at least can win in big league company These daffy matter must

two years in the Catholic pressin Studious Boy be taken Into considerationin
Yews stories from any soorro
should reach "The Florida Catholic" return for a scholarship or BERGAMO (NC) Zaverio We got the Impression, attempting to evaluate the

of picture fire no. .h later..I4 than reach Monday the editor news bjr study grant The deadline for Roncalli remembers his broth. l however, he fears time is Giants' chances to repeat.

Friday for pablleatloa la the following filing applications is April 1, er, now Pope John XXIII, as against: him. And except for modest additions -
l rrldiy'g lime 1963. a studious boy. lea The conditions of his trans to the staff, this i ts a

The Pope's 79-year-old brother fer make for added urgency; he stand-pat club.I Standpattersdon't
a farmer in the village of can be turned back at any generally wind up sitting
Constance St. John (center)), student at Father Lopez High School in Daytona pretty. ,
SCHOOLSSAINT Sotto il Monte as his parents time before the season opens
were, gave his memories of the Beach, won in competition with three other high schools in Volusia County in an without cost to the Angels. Another thing, repeating is!

boy Angelo Roncalli to the oratorical contest sponsored by the American Legion. Congratulating her are Mrs. Hence Turley may be cateringto not one of the best acts the

weekly magazine "Oggi. :Marge Norman, left, and Mrs. Helen Douglass, right. Color Guard of the Women's pressure unconsciously.It's Giants present. They haven'tput

JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN "In the evenings," he recalled American Legion Post 289 of Volusia is in the background. a tough, touching spot pennants back to back since

BEACH, "my brother liked to for the big righthander who '36 and '37. They don't seem'

Resident and day school for girls- grades one through eight. rrad to our parents and ex came to the Yankees in an In- built for the long run.
Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swim- plain to them the news In Books of Past Offer Present HopeBy volved player deal in '55:') and True, five different dubs accounted -

ming pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art, the newspapers. We called helped them to seven cham for the last .five.j>en-

dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint him 'the literary man.'" Barry Ulanov pionships.( Where does the nants, yet other National

Joseph. For further information apply to; Sister Directress, Zaverio said that his brother do we look for hope when we need it most, in time of distress, in time of next step lead to-reprieve or League champions since '36 and
Saint Joseph Academy Jensen Beach. WHERE '37 returned to win the next
i always had an extraordinary in time of crisis? Do we look to our neighbor to supply it, in conversation? extinction? them the Cincinnati

memory, being able to remem- Do we ask it of ourselves, in meditation? Do we turn to God, in prayer? Or do we go A remark the pleasant young season, Reds among, St. Louis Card'i.nals. -
details about
ber names and where all these means are provided-conversation, meditation, prayer to the great man volunteered caused us to Dodgers and Milwaukee
people he hadn't seen for many wonder if he isn't
resigned -
HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN years. books in which hope is always.I.. accessible, in time of peace as in time of war, in time of to silently the inevitable. Braves.

ANTONIO According to the brother, comfort as 01 tribulation the ; "'6f'a woman's role Ina man's fleeting, fragmentary' "Impres "I asked the Yankees If I

Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters! Pope John, like all Italians, hasa Hope bounds across centuries fife, 'Including some of the sions.In could keep my old uniform.

Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through deep affection for his home nations and in books over the such borders as these.of elements of romantic love, but Fielding's "Joseph Andrews They told me I could. I'll always HELP WANTED

twelve Academic and commercial courses and private and family and still gets home reaching far beyond these in ," in the character of.: treasure it," he said. t
Every country, period
sick. every its noble vision. Parson Abraham Adams, the from the ADVERTISING SALES
classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with offer its Meanwhile word
moving parablesof ,
Zaverio said that when th ecan
private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor hope. But each makes its In Cervantes' "Don Quixote," most rounded of human beings, Florida East coast is that vitality
two get together once a year the most pugnacious in the PART TIME
all sports. point in a different wayandnone In the compassionate portraitof has been restored to
the Pope is" always anxious to service of others the most
FULLY ACCREDITEDFor glibly. Lasting comfort the title character, the model Sandy Koufa.x's
hear all the news of home and
titillating, the most human.In .
further information address doesn't come in the choice ofa for all time of all those finger. Handle accounts in the growling
SISTER REGISTRAR family and always expressesthe tablet or a liquid formula.It harassed little men, all those Newman' "The Idea ofa News that the Los :Angeles Catholic market of Mel

hope that he will return comes, rather, this way: chivalrous little men, whose University In the plotting Dodgers' ace left-hander is ap- bourne. Good position for
there for a visit some day.
urge to do good does not stopat testament to the place of
In the "Odessey" of Homer, man or woman.
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident Prelate Plans To in the tale of a man who must tilting at windmills and who, knowledge in the world, as Requiem for Athlete Car Necessary t
for all the little they seem to an end in itself, not aft a
and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully triumph over every possible WASHINGTON (XC) Re-
accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general Cardinal obstacle because of his driving accomplish make the world a competitive weapon lit the quiem Mass for Joseph I. (Joe) WRITE:
Visit their international marketplace.In .
courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy determination to get back to much better place for Judge, 68, former star first Florida CatholicBox -'

Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa, Florida. ROME: (XC) An Austrian his wife and family, after the being in it. Dostoevsky's" "The Brothers baseman of the Washington

Cardinal plans to visit Joszef terrors of war. In Sir Thomas More's Karamazov, most complexof baseball team, was off red in 3551

Cardinal Mindszenty, Primateof In the "Confession of "Utopia," in the good order and narratives, most simple in the Shrine of the Blessed Sac

ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident Hungary, in Budapest and Saint Augustine, in a search gracious life the saintly author its constant ,assertion of the his rament here. Orlando, FloridaJACKSON.VILLE
resilience of man and of
and day school for girls on shores of beautiful make the personal suggestionthat ing self-examination that reveals shows man capable of achieving Judge had an 18-year big
resistance to rot inner and
Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. New he end his six-}ear asylum in tumultous detail the his league career and was with the
just by using reason
building All sports, music, art, dramatics. Directed by in the United States legation soul of a saint. outer. 1924 and 1925 pennant winning
Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar, there by coming to Rome. In Dante's 'The New Life," alone.V. In Elizabeth Madox Roberts'"The Washington club Ife died in
ROSARIAN ACADEMY WEST PALM BEACH Franziskus Cardinal Koenig, in-the extraordinary conception In Pascal's "Thoughts," in Time of Man," a novel mid-March of a 'heartattack
the range and depth of wisdom ',rolled. right out of the American -
Archbishop of Vienna, said while shoveling snow at his
which we are shown can come earth full of love and =
that he is not acting under home here.
SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAINT Training BeginsFor just in random thoughts and humor and hone. STEER
Vatican instructions on the ,"L .:.___ Judge coached baseball for
visit."Nobody. s 20 at Georgetown University
Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades ..1: proposed years
Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited entrusted me Peace Corps here. He is survivedby

Music Art Dramatics Tennis Swimming with an official mission to 4 is his wife, two daughters, a

For farther particulars address: Sister DirectressFlorida's bring Cardinal Mindszentyto At Boston CollegeBOSTON son and nine grandchildren..
will CUAJt OI.1.. VRCts.tnSTEAKS : '
Rome, but I privately ;
(XC) Boston Summer .
,, outline this possibility to Camps
rest .C n.ttcr Rt. Mftdnet .
him,** the prelate said as he College has started a 10-week WASHINGTON (NC) Information XL 6.,...
left Rome for Austria. training program for 54 members on more than 400

l' "I have not yet requested a of the Peace Corps. They Catholic summer camps in the .

visa from Hungary, but will, will be sent to Peru to work United States and Canada is HOME .:

do so as soon as possible. If among impoverished natives. included in the 1963 directoryof STAIR-GLIDE
the Hungarian authorities In charge of the program is the national Catholic camp- Elevator

Catholic grant it, I intend to visit Father John V. Driscoll SJ., ing association.The Rectal or Lug Terms
College 4
Bishop Endre Hamvas. Of f on leave of absence from his tl'COd' directory ,Is published laitalUd !. less th..
duties as dean of the college's L ., '' a. hear without a
course, I will pay a courtesy + annually by the association a ..
:: mark .r ef'ra'f'h
visit to Cardinal Mindszenty." school of social work. 1l section of the youth depart- h.... A.t..etl.pl.cI.
of Father DriMroll, who recently t a I t-,, like radio. .alr.a7
I ment of the National Catholic 5
made a visit to Peru, free f r Barmal h
s jt Welfare Conference. Priced at Servos a. a Dim "
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Pope John Gives Special

Central America Seen Slow to ActOn Honor to Patriarchs

VATICAN; CITY (NC-Pope) John XXUI has named

i Bishops' Appeal for ReformsBy six Catholic patriarchs in the Middle East to associate

S5 tS membership in the sacred congregation for the Oriental

$ Church.Until .
Jaime Fonseca Cilicia, also serves OIthe

'(NCWC News Service) a os now, only Cardinals Eastern Church body.
have been admitted to member-
THE Central American presidents' meeting this week with President John F. Ken- s According to one competent
ship in any of the dozen Roman
at San Jose Costa Rica after the ; : Vatican source, the new nom-
comes a year Bishops of the six countries, .l \r $a congregations, which serve as

in an unprecedented.... joint pastoral, pointed out the spread of communism because ofsocial sx the administrative organs of inations "constitute a special
sign of regard on the part of

conditions. annually since 1950 in their, countries, once known as the the Pope's authority and juris- the Pope for the patriarchs of

The majority of the rural Central American episcopal, "banana republics," form a diction. the Eastern Church.

population lives at subsistence conference at the various capitals vital link in the inter-American The patriarchs-five heads of

levels, is paid low wages and offered Church doctrine system. They offer-save to 4 various Eastern Rites, and the

is poorly fed" the 38 Bishops and guidance for a solid program some extent in Costa Rica sixth the only Latin Rite patri-

wrote. "Their housing is poor, of common welfare. a miniature picture of overall arch In the Middle Easthavebeen Cardinal Bea Will

as are school and hygiene con- "The social doctrine of the. continental problems, with made what Is called "ag-

ditions. Their productivity Is Church," they said, "must be! their one-product economies, t. gregate members" of the con- Visit Baltimore
low. And all this stands out studied and for the Oriental
applied to the following fast population growth, insufficient i gregation
in crude contrast with -
an eco-
urgent points: private industry and capital in- Church.
tin Cardinal Bea SJ., presidentof
nomically powerful minority. property and its social func, vestment, and the land tenure a .,f DX The congregation is headed
the secretariat for
Running counter to the com- tion, fair wages, industrial r system.. :" n by the Pope himself as Prefect
I r. ing Christian Unity, will visit
mon notion that communism is lations and sharing of benefits, But they offer a good num. and has 28 Cardinals as mem- this city April 1 and 2 as the
merely a threat in the isthmus, labor and
management organi ber bers. Two of the 28 are Cardi-
: of positive aspects. guest of Archbishop LawrenceJ.
the prelates declared: "Unfor- zations, rural and urban labor nals of Oriental Rites.
tunately communism Is real- Outstanding among these Is ( C Sheehan of Baltimore.The .
a conditions, migration and aid. The new associate members -
ity among us already."Communism from richer nations.HIn the present movement towardan 3 81-year-old prelate
economic and cultural in- E are: was invited to come to the
has infiltratedcur the main, conditions Coptic Rite Patriarch Step-
tegration that is substantially United States some monthsago
simple-minded have improved little since Alexan
peasants hanos I Sidarouss of
conditions of the
improving by lUchard Cardinal
our city workers, professionalranks the timely warning of the .. dria; Melkite Rite Patriarch

university students and Bishops last year. The region. 4 S Maximos IV Saigh of Antioch; Cushing, Archbishop of Bos-

even secondary schools. Its Church has intensified Its Then, while the nearness to r > Maronite Rite Patriarch Paul ton.He
Castro's Cuba makes them T will speak at Harvard
agents have gained jobs in efforts at socio-economic! bet. 5 Meouchl of Antioch; Latin
vulnerable March 28 and
to new onslaughtsfrom University on
newspapers, radio and tele- terment and education, but \ Rite Patriarch Alberto Gori of
the Reds, as the Bishops ( 29 and also will give an address
vision, as well as in key educa- its means are limited. \ Jerusalem; Chaldean Rite Patriarch
point out these peoples have on March 26 at Boston
tion posts. Besides the literacy cam. Paul II Cheikho of Baby-
twice defeated communist attempts College, which is conducted by
"With saddened heart we paigns through radio and other, f lonia; and Armenian Rite Patri-
at grabbing power the Jesuits.
must state that the gangreneof means, the Church supports in arch Ignace Pierre XVI Batan-
once in Costa Rica in 1948, : > Cardinal Bea Is scheduled to
communism has spared no Central America 362 schools. /. \ Ian of Cilicia.
....... / .. will
the : and
against Vanguardia popular arrive here April 1
region of this ,,Isthmus." many at the secondary level-, ":.. ....-:.:""."....:......:'..::.:.<.,0'm......:.":' .,..->.. .... ._. ._. A The only other Eastern Rite
party which had gained control be the overnight guest of
The Bishop then asked the and the Central American University EDUCATORS SEE AVHY IT'S 'SUNSHINE STATE' patriarch is Ignace Cardinal
of the Teodoro Picado Archbishop Shehan.On .
leading classes for a drastic, at Managua. Students tration; and again in 1954 in Florida sunshine in abundance greeted last week's visit to Central Florida TappounI, Syrian Rite Patri- April 2 the Cardinal will

painful reform. total some 80,000. Much of the Guatemala when Jacobo Ar- schools of the Diocese by Dr. John J. Walsh (left)' and Dr. Edward J. Power of the arch of Antioch who as a Car- offer :Mass at the Cathedral of

Their appeal made It clear, lay apostolate at present comes benz and his communist allies Boston College evaluation team. :Monsignor Harold F. Jordan welcomed them to his dinal has long been a memberof :Mary Our Queen, will give an

from alumni of these institu- Good School in Orlando at included Yvonne Wallis the congregation.
social recess
that economic and programs were defeated by a nationalist parish. Shepherd pupils address on "The Priest as the
of a revolutionary character tions. standing, and, from left, Ruth Ann KoUmorgan, Marion Marino and Frances Kane.r" Gregorio Pie t r 0 Cardinal Minister of Unity" in the after-
These Central AmericanST. unrisinff. Agagianian, prefect of the sacred
had "immediate urgency. noon at the Cathedral auditorium

The Bishops added that the < k, dV Receives congregation for the prop- and will speak to students
'TJ5 9 c o ..,. Pope agation of the Faith and former
programs must be coordinatedfor f at St. Mary's Seminary,

all the six nations-totaling ; --EHhi II1 IIt Sister Superiors Armenian Rite Patriarch of Roland Park In the evening.He .

12,200,000 people-by mutualaid t Of Seton Order Reds Detain Prelates Is scheduled to leave

pacts, a redistribution of here April 3 for New York

population from overpopulatedareas e s VATICAN CITY (NC)-Pope BERLIN (NC) The Polish'where h. will enplane for
has refused
to empty and fertile John XXIII has received in government Rome.
to two leading Polish
lands, and proper legislation to 2 y' audience the superiors generalof
Bishops to go to Rome to work
implement social and economic the six religious communities
I I .IL on the commissions of the
reforms. $ 1LJ of Sisters which claim ; ORLANDO
Second Vatican Council during
The Bishops, who have met ( Blessed Elizabeth Ann Setonas
iI. : ''its recess, Stefan Cardinal]1 l
their spiritual mother.
has charged In
Wyszynskl a
ORLANDO ro Pope John told the Sistershe sermon in Warsaw. CAPITAL WANTED
would remember their
Poland's Cardinal Primate
WINTER PARK communities in his daily ,.seo0 A. Tlr.d M trtc.cOn .
Identified the prelates who l'IIDlurral.Or... Front .\pt..
especiallyhen he
were denied the permits as

...'.. .,. -"." .'-'; ',_ '. _...w..r.. __ -.7-.y recites the second joyful mystery Archbishop Boleslaw Komine, 61m..tlaatl
JAMES\ HOLY NAME\ SOCIETY VISITED BY BENEDICTINE PRIEST which he offers for families head of the Church in the huge

Father Terence J. and officers of St. James Herrmann O.S.B. of St. Leo of the whole world. 3% .\ If ItflrMAN
Farrelly Stephen president College, Industrial area. of Wroclaw I... :>ni llff First Mortgag.
USE A Holy Name Society faced the members of the parish guest speaker, outlined college plans for the future. Also present for the audienceon and coadjutor Bishop Herbert

organization (above) during the March meeting. Father Breakfast preceded the meeting. March 18 in the hall of Bednorz of Katowice.! R. Strong
tapestries were Francis -
Both prelates are membersof Gel/flew
Michelangelo Art ] Spellman, Archbishop of the council's commission for ORLANDO

YOU'D LIKE FLORENCE (NC) -A Ger Summer Apostolate J New York; Joseph Cardinal the lay apostolate, press and Phone GA 3-3298
I. ObituaryMRS. I COMBERMERE, Ontario ]Ritter, Archbishop of St. Louis; entertainment.

man scholar has identified a Mv .and Archbishop Lawrence J.
(NO)-The 1963 summer schoolof
crucifix hanging on the wall of MCLAUGHLINBOYNTON .I Shehan of Baltimore.The .
the Madonna House
.a an Italian monastery In Florence BEACH A apos- six communities represented MARYLAND FRIED CHICKENCOMPLETE
tolate here will open on July have all out of
month after grown
coming to Boyn-
as a long-lost work of DINNERS TO GO
1. It is for single young men the original Sisters of Charityof
ton Beach to visit with her .
Michelangelo. Individual Fried Chicken
son Father Joseph M. Mc- and women Interested In the [ St. Joseph which Mother

Dr. Margaret Llsmer says Laughlin, Mrs. Catherine Mc- lay apostolate. r Seton founded in Emmitsburg Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95

the crucifix which she noticedin Laughlin died here at local .' t Maryland, in 1808. The Em
a Catherine de Hueck Doherty, Iry Fish Dinner $1.00
the :Monastery of the Holy hospital on March 16. She r.FOIL mitsburg community is now Meyka

But Do TellThe Spirit Is one whose where- was 68. director of Madonna House, part of the Daughters of Char- li ftlt@tlrlRn! Shrimp Dinner $1.15

abouts had been a mystery to Funeral Masses were offered said the subjects of the week ity of St. Vincent de Paul NOW 4 LOCATIONS TO SIXIVi: : YOU

the world of art for more thana both at St. Mark's and ly terms are as follows: July whose motherhouse is in Paris. Ilwy. 17-92 Fern Park TK4U3I4

Merchant century. The crucifix has In her home parish of St. 1, The World a Mission Field The other communities are: 2740 S. Orange BI. Tr., Orlando ('I( M222Silier
Role the _. .. _. ,_. Star & Pine Hills Kd. CV 3-0202:
-the I
gone to the workshops of the Col urn ha, Philadelphia by Layman in -- -- 1 the Sisters of Charity of St. Kdgeuater &. Lee ltd. 29.VJ8.TJ

You Saw His Florence art gallery for study her Priest-son. It; July 8, The Mass-Heart FINE ARTS 'Vincent de Paul of New York,

and restoration. The Solemn Requiem Massat of the Apostolate; July 15, Mary Sister Helen O.S.B., choral 1 the Sisters of Charity of CincinnatI -

Ad InTHE Boynton Beach was attendedby -Queen of Missions; July 22, Instructor, and art teacher, :: the Sisters of Charityof r i

more than 25 Priests. Fa- Social Justice-the Tool of the Mrs. Andrew discuss prepara- c St. Vincent de Paul of Halifax !

Lr\ DIAPER ther McLaughlin offered the Apostolate; and July 29, I Have lions for the fine arts festival j[ (Nova Scotia), the Sistersof I .estl, r 0 01

'S Mass at 10 a.m. on :March 18, Chosen You-You Have Not at Holy Name Academy, ( Charity of St. Elizabeth

S SERVICE I with Father Michael Licari, Chosen Me. San Antonio, on March 21. I(Convent New Jersey), and

FLORIDACATHOLIC 2300 L ROIINSON AVC.tvtir deacon, and Father Hugh 1 1I the Mother Seton Sisters of

Flynn, subdeacon. Father Charity (Greensburg, Pennsylvania b
eta", mire m wmrat, wmstrnefO I This Kitchen Treat I : ).
..DIAPEISLA10IATOIY TUTU>> Rocco D'Angelo was master of Try
MMIU*STVUB DIA'US Honors for St. Paul
.YOU HEW MM MACAZ1NC Father Vincent E. Smith at-

,pia Bn tended from the Diocese of St. MADRID (NO) -Spain has

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;::: The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 22, 1963 Page NInt

Restoration Continues on Abbey Of :\ "

F Pope Attributes Serenity :
:: iLiL1

Monte Cassino, Center of LearningBy I To St. Joseph's Example .

I James C. O'Neill & #

NCWC News Senice : ROME (NC-Pope) John XXHI has ascribed his peace

MONTE CASSINO The : 0 of mind to the example set by Saint Joseph.
Italy- great Abbey of Monte Cassino has risen, phoenix- -

like, for the third time from the ashes of destruction to function again today as a living i In an address on Monday to not derived from the knowledge .
0a group of Cardinals in Rome
center of '
learning and work.
of men and of history,
.J for his name day on March 19:
Eighteen years after this chief monastery of the Benedictine Order was pulverized the Pope also declared there and it does not shut Its .eyes

by Allied bombs and mortar fire its S to reality. .
gleaming white walls again house not only a community ; 0 has been a growth in devotion

of monks but also an excellent prep school, two seminaries and a famous :L0' :; ;;; : .' to Saint Joseph in the past few "It is a serenity that comes

uorary. decades."It from God, the most wise Rulerof
consists of two seminaries tion. The Bishops of Italy'sprovince ;. ,_,-,, )
j human events, both with
The rebuilding has been carried has had a. beneficialp
One S of Latium and all the 4 r4i
seminary for
serves reference to the extraordinaryevent
out in great part throughthe 00 repercussion o n individuals
training diocesan Priests. At, Benedictine abbots of the S
compensation of almost vested with authority and on of the ecumenical council -
present there are 60 seminarians .. country were present. 0 and concerning the
million dollars paid by the '; c g religious and secular Institu-
Italian studying to become The entire Monte Cassino serious task of governingthe
government for war I lions, the ,Pope stated.
damages. The Italian govern. Priests of the Abbey Nullius; church Is done ,In baroque. i Speaking of the attributes Universal Church."

ment declared Monte Cassinoa of Monte Cassino. The Jurisdiction S style with Intricate marbleS : I III of Saint Joseph, he Mid: The! Pope said that God's

national monument a cen- is equivalent to a diocese mosaics covering the walls ____ "He who has faith does not voice "is constantly making
of which the Abbot is: and floors. To complete I
tury ago. one fear does, not precipitate itself more clearly heard In
0 the ordinary.. side chapel it takes six artists
There has been some criticism events, does not give way to consciences."

that the cost of rebuild The third part of the'abbey working seven months to do I depression and does not alarm He also said there is a "con

ing the_ monastery is excessivein is the monastery proper. It 0 the marble work alone, Father his neighbor. stant Increase" of those who

this day and age.To houses a community of approx.0 Luigi said. 0S S This characteristic of the "confirm again the preeminence .

put a building back on imately 60 members, including 0 The entire vaulting of the spiritual visage of Saint Jo- of supernatural values

: 26 Priests. church's ceiling, remains bare rr John continued
top of a mountain-just as It seph, Pope over every other activity how.

was In the past would be an Many of these were membersof today. "We have reproduc- "is familiar to Us and gives ever necessary and compul

empty ,triumph.But the community before the tions of all the frescoes that Us courage. From it Our peaceof sory."

the miracle of this war and it was these monks filled the ceiling," the monk .. mind as lowly Pope draws The Pope referred to Saint

monastery founded by St. who began the immense task of said, "but the problem Is to i 1 constant inspiration. This Is Joseph as a man who "spoke

Benedict in about 529 A.D. putting back together the jig. find the artist who can'exec te :I tji .it t little but lived intensely."

saw puzzle of ruins left after them and the money, to pay I j : %:
consists not only of stone -
the bombardments of Feb him with." ;] .) : U.S. Priest Named 0
and cement.hi
effect the abbey Is divided ruary, 1944. Slowly however, the ;' iz:: ORLANDO

Into three parts. It took nine years, alone to church: is nearing completion. ;I \I Bishop in AfricaPHLADEIFHLA WINTER PARK

One part Is the prep school rebuild the structural part of The sacristy has recently I t (NO)-An

that now has an enrollment of the abbey.' been fitted with eight paintingsof iiflhilUllIIlllnrnl! 1 American mIssioner home for

students. Ultimately f the the 17th century, which replace I' _
40 boarding Fortunately, one 0 'a visit with relatives here BARNES

It will accommodate 140 monks-an engineer before he paintings of the same learned that he has been ap-
students.A entered-had made a complete period and school, which were pr(1I pointed a Bishop in the African I II FLOOR COVERING, Inc.

second part of the abbey plan of the monastery before destroyed by the bombings. \ nation where he has served FRED ESTIMATES

the war broke out. This plan Another jigsaw puzzle facing
I since 1950.
in addition to hundreds of the monks is the reconstruction I 2008 N. Orange A Vt'., Orlando
ORLANDO : i He N Bishop! Dennis VIn. GArden 5-3487
sketches and designs of the walnut choir stalls
drawings, ; who
cent Darning C.s.sp.,
in the that once filled the apse of the
WINTER PARK preserved mon- hu been named by Pope
church. Thousands of
astery library, served as the of FRANK A. DELUCA
be i
'.. XXIII to first Bishop
ered of wood the t
guide for the restoration. pieces cover b-:: -
--"- newly erected Diocese of AUDITIONS
floor of one of the large Unused -
Control Every scrap of sculpturedstone Arusha REPAIR FREE ESTIMATES!
Complete Test of the Tanganyika.
rooms I Urentd A Bonded Builder
marble that
LEWISCOBBEXTERMINATING or was of Beautifully carved heads of 1\ 0 _____t Bishop Burning has been
any size was dug out of the PHONE GA 2-1593
in the diocese of
CO. cherubs, tangles of carved
ruins, catalogued and destinedfor MONTE CASSINO ABBEY RISES; FROM RUBBLE 162S Lk..Id..n. Dr.Orl.nd.PAQUETTE .
Incorporated If 48 fruit, bits of wings, hands and Moshl. The see he will head
till use once again. Laboriouslythe Shelled by the Allies in 1944, when German troops were using it as a fortress, of the Moshi
Bet ,
1320 TVlifred Dr.-P.O. : legs must be matched and formerly was part
OrUad 241-1106 monks trained workmen to fitted together again before the famed Monte Cassino Abbey has been restored; top, the Abbey; lower photo, a well diocese. MOTORS

carry out the rebuilding.In before the stairs to the Bramante cloister. St. Benedict founded the
stalls can be returned to the abbey in 52:>. Bishop Burning, born here AUTHORIZED DEALER

each major section of the church. In 1923, was ordained in 1949 Hwk Fndl.h Ford Lark

FAIRVIEWCle arcades, facades, fountains and Many fragments have already Bishops Write Letter after studies at Cornwell Studebaker Trucks
r>*d Car.
nerS & LaundryFeaturing other portions, the monks disappeared. Many were souve-- Coming Heights Junior Seminary and Cor. Charrh S. Or. Blim. Tr.

painstakingly reassembled one nirs for German and Allied the Holy Ghost Fathers' major GA :I-t r.. .J

Dependable Fabric Care unit so that it would serve as soldiers. Ghana Pastoral l Indicates seminary in Norwalk, Connecticut. -

4315 Edgewater Dr., OrlandoGary's a model for the rest and alsoas The library of the mon. Events .

a proof to future genera- aMery escaped damage be. Possible Future Conflict WHEN YOU NEED '
tions that the ancient outlinesof This column lid. future benefits
It and Priest
cause was packed Vietnamese Calendars Printing
and eent
pedal mrrllngs
Duck Inn the abbey had been genuinely sent to the Vatican for safe of more than local Interest. Ad- Labels Plaquf's ...
ACCRA (NC-Ghana's have issued Postcards Badges
reproduced. vanes notice of regular meetings r,, Bishops a joint .
keeping. Safe After Ambush Trophies Flag
GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE While the structure of the Today the monks again have will b. omitted. pastoral letter. indicating concern over conditions in this Drcali Gimmicks .

FINEST SEAFOOD AND abbey was completed in nine access to more than 90,000 Forty Hour* Devotion, Aincan& -- -- -- nauon.- SAIGON (NO-Father Peter Book :Matches Bumper Strips

ROAST BEEF ANYWHEREPhone years, the redecoration of the books, 1000 ancient codices and Blessed Sacrament Church, The pastoral, entitled "The what current developmentsmay Tran Duc Sam, Vietnamese Call Peter Schaal'i

GA 4-4531 entire complex of buildingshas more than 32,000 pieces of East Tampa, March 21-26; Christian in Times of Persecution be a source of concern.' Priest aged 33, has been found ORLANDO ADVERTISER:

3974 So...Or. 81.! Trail already taken 18 years and parchment' which cover a holy.-hourspmr -- --rf* -- ," stated: In.January,ArchbishonJohn safe after being taken prisoner COMPANY '"

the end is not in sight. period from the 9th to the 13th Men'g day* of recollection:,; "Finally we wish to assure Amissah of Cape Coast stationed recently by Vietcong commu- SO* South MxnollaThen

The abbey church, which himself outside prisonsin nists. GA 4-7315, Orlando
centuries. Bishop Barry High School, you that your Bishops are always
Is also! the cathedral of his see city and Saltpond found tied to tree .. TroSat It
PENGRAFTERSOF Even when engaged In the He was a T >(am. It Vf
St. Petersburg, 8 a.m. Mass, in close touch with cur-
Monte Cassino, still has four where Father Vincent Damuahwas
ORLANDOAuthorized physical labor of rebuildingtheir March 31; closes with Benediction rent deelopmentswhich may in a forest.
side chapels that are Incom. held for four days without This was the day after he
the monks
monastery, of Most Blessed' Sacrament be a source of worry, despond
Factory S&1* & Srvle plete. continued their intellectual at noon; participants, ency and alarm to you. charges before being released.A had been captured by the OFFICE trrrLlF.8*

.: Fountain Pens. :Mechanical But that did not bar its use studies and the monastery has Catholic their year ago, Bishop Andrewvan Beds, who had raked his FINK UKITINft!
Ballpoint Refills Books men non- "They are also well aware of
Pencils.! PAPERS; OFFirK fQtlPMENTAM : ;
for major rite recently the den Bronk S.MA.: of Ku- In highway
Leather & Plastic Imprtnttng.Name a maintained a small but serious Catholic friends from all St. the native good sense, the spiritof jeep with ,gunfire a ARTIST 81'PPLIFB:
Plates & Desk Signs of consecration to the episcopateof output of publications and masi resigned his see after a ambush in central CAKKH I.LY 8KLKC-Tt.il: : GIFTS
area parishes. and the
compromise deep
Plastic, ClgaretU Lighters Re GKKKTINtt: ; ('AUKS
Abbot Ildefonso Rea O.S.B., that is long conflict with the Ghanian Vietnam.
paired. scholarly papers a Mission, starting March .11, respect for religion which often SCHOOL MJPPLIFS! :
on March 12. While Abbot of government. The Priest's driver was
hallmark of the Benedictineway
East Church Street for leads in continentto
10 two weeks, St. Mary our bright BRADFORDSStationers
Monte Cassino since November of life. wounded, according' to reports.
Magdalen parish!' Maitland. a happy solution of problems
1, 1915, he was named titular One explanation of the Pastoral TourERNAKU1AM The communists also ambusheda
Fishers meeting' April 2, which might elsewhere appear Inc.
Bishop of Corone by Pope monks' tenacity in preservingtheir civilian jeep following thePriest's ,
8 p.m., St. Martha School insoluble."A : India (>C)
BILL BARDOEFORD John XXIII only this year. monastery is explainedby car, fatally woundingone 310 Park Av.South II
Cafeteria, Sarasota. good deal has already -The Archbishop here has
He was consecrated by Carlo the fact that the commun- young man. All ambush Phone 311 4-7738
FACTORY DEALER of the Fishers' meeting, April 4, been achieved by patient nego- just finished a pastoral tour Priest
Confalonieri, secretary ity of Monte Cassino is attached tiation. victims except the were Winter Park, Florida :

SAVE ON YOUR sacred consistorial congrega. to the abbey for life. 8 p.m. Assumption Parish "Although the future on foot to the 30,000 Catholic later released by the Vietcong. Dave Sims Owner :
seems homes in his
hall, Jacksonville.St. 1853-square-mile Ordained two years ago, Father .. .
NEW CAR DEALPh. The tomb of St. Benedict and cloudedlth difficulties, the .
Paul Guild EaMer Monday archdiocese. ArchbishopJoseph Sam has a large .parish .
his sister
St. Scholastica,
Church is able to out
carry Attipetty, 68, of Vera- .
6364333W. Children'sClothes card party, Jacksonville, including several Christian,vIllages
escaped damage, despite
Hwy. 50 April 15.Card without any difficulties her poly returned from St. Sebas BanmethUot In the (

Winter Garden Line them fact was that reduced everything to ruins.above party, 1 p.m.. April normal tasks of caring for the tian's parish in Gothuruthy, Kontum near diocese. 1Wij' !
faithful and the
i. 15, Annie Silver CommunityHall spreading the last of 51 parishes he has
Member : This too is another explana-
Finest In ClothingFor Bradenton Beach St. happy tidings of Christ'sHoly visited in the last 14 years. RedraftedVATICAN
gt. Charle Girls & Boys tion of why the monks of ; Gospels. Project .
Archbishop Attipetty spentat
Guild .
Parish tOSft Kdrewater" Dr. G\ 4738"THE Monte Cassino cling to their sponsor.! CITY (XC)-The TERMITESSWARMING .
"But rest assured least five minutes in each
you may .
Card party, April 19, 8 p.m.,
mountaintop which has been commission
rafetorium; St. Paul Guild, that if circumstances should home. He blessed the houses mixed council com ? ..
famous as a seat of learning commissIon
prising the theology .
Jacksonville Beach. require it, you will receive detailed and talked to family members,
RAMBLES"A from the earliest times. and the secretariat for promoting
Gainesville, St. Patrick par. instructions on how the asking about family matters,
PLEASANT HOME FOR ELDERLY FOLKS The great white walls tower Christian Unity- In
Ish bazaar, April 20. Church expects you to profess particularly children's educa-
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS above the fertile below
COMFORTABLE plain early March finished its reI I
faith in circumstances tion. The visits closed
Low Sunday Pilgrimage to your particular were
Quiet Restful Environment. Reasonable Rates a symbol of the spirit within vision of the council project
Oldest Mission, St.Augustine with gifts of rosaries and scap
them a spirit that refuses to on the "Source of Revelation" j
ALABAMA: D1U WINTER PARK Phone Ml 4-7960 be destroyed. Florida, April :!t.Dad's The Bishops did not Indicate ulars. ;
save for a few details.
Club, Jesuit! High, ;.

School, dinner dance, Tampa, -.
SAVE TIME BUMBY'S WILL HAVE_ ITBUMBY Irish Send Gift April 21, Fort Homer Hes- Patio Mart Inc. :

MELBOURNE (XC-A gift terly.Convention. u

HARDWARETWO from the people of his native St. Augustine L Hy. 17-92-Opp. Ritsha Inn _

Ireland, a gold and silver Diocesan Council of Catholic 1.5Sr FERN PARK Ph. 838.2018

CONVENIENT LOCATIONS monstrance, was presentedhere Women, Tampa, April 22-21. ? ., -0 .
102 W. Church St., Orlando 108 Park A,en Winter Park Petersburg, K*crythlar la casual raltare.. ".. .nr lire selection .f rail alnmlaimtmrnltmrt. '
Card St.
to year-old Archbishop party ...,
Prr & thU ad cad ret.ve a regular east aluminum
Daniel Mannix of Melbourneto Blessed Trinity Women's J.rdlaUr. t.bl. fee 1.1' U whlU er kUck. '
mark the 50th anniversaryof Club sponsors, at Anchorage, Central Florida's Largest' HelectUa ef CA8CAL FCRXITCHE
5h' Oatitaarflar 8 lrtU. .f Carrt ItemsKellrl .
THOMSON & McKINNONIN his consecration as a Bish April .24, 1 p.m. 0 0 00 ,55_ __ Iseludl.g .a. Fl* rei cad Orlcatal Dstlf
Most Redeemer
Holy parIsh

ORLANDO SINCE 1924 op.The gift was presented on dance, May 4, 9 p.m., !Ijr. 0 :

St. Patrick's day by Sean Jacksonville's Riverside Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres? _

Member Now York Stock Exchange Keenan, charge d'affaires of Women's Club. 0 We hare a home designed for your family

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Orlando & Cocoa Beach WALL PAPER Xavier Trindade, painter of renown, uses' the triangle To ,Be,.Sure REQUEST IT. J JAL
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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 22, 1963 .x Encourage Vocations To

Laymen Tell Fishers How Priesthood, DCCW Urged

To Bring Christ to OthersContlBnM tiF. r JACKSONVILLE Encourage vocations to the Priest-

hood, Monsignor James B. Cloonan said here, at the mid-
March meeting: of the St. Augustine Deanery Council of
-- -
( from Fair One) mum[ of two visits and a max- McLoughlin, said Mr. Bode, invited Catholic Women.

also be Invited to join an inquiry 11 mum of five, he said, was the over 100 persons to par The deanery spiritual dlrec. at the meeting held at the Gar-

group, If they were in- requirement for the ticipate.. den Center. Mrs.: A. A. Reyesof
verage :y. t. Y tor told the women to concern
terested. S."r 'K.. >/11 ....... ... St. Augustine was elected
work involved. Now the school, which "- t:. her
:Mr. Fox said that the parish The other layman to addresshe opened the first week of October -: .". ...,'" -_. : *Th greatest blessing successor.
carried advertisements five or t' large gathering of Fishers for the current season, ". .- '.' -iii.' 1i said Monsignor Cloonan, Mrs. Alvin Bazley

six times a year in local publications Ii n Tampa was Wally Bode. He offers nine separate classes. ;: :.t "". : : "that can come to a family new officers (listed elsewherein

giving information on f ocused attention on the parish Seventh, eighth and 11th graders tt. :,;:.t: : ... is to have one of their sons this issue).
;: r Tftnr '.
Whitaker from
the and inviting people high school of religion bringng ,
parish are split into two sections, '".:; :I<:\'H > enter the Priesthood.

to attend inquiry classes. i into perspective how far he explained.The ( .: i! Members of the deanery attended .. the Federal Bureau of Investigation

Thousands of pieces of Catholic -'t he Fishers of Christ the King 0 house at All addressed the delegates -
classes are held one : j open
the increase of
literature, said Mr. Fox, parish, Tampa, had come, in Saints Home at the end of the telling of

had been left in the homes of stablishing their high schoolf hour on Sunday evenings. It 1 r. day. Sister Mary Ursula and. juvenile crimes. He asked parents
has become common I; .. 4i
a practice T to see to it that their children
the unchurched. religion for public schoolchildren '. > Mrs. Ivan Korsan, All Saints
of the staff to hold in :
-I belonged to youth organizations
: and plans for the ...
he Auxiliary president, with Mrs
In Catholic home, formal meetings with the / 4. in the parishes to help
f uture. :. '1 C. J. Williams, welcomed them..
added, the Fisher program Piiest-director after Sunday's
Father Mark McLoughlin's ...... -' ... stem the tide of juvenile crime.
rectified s The deanery delegates begantheir
led to marriages classes! so that the Fisher )4b"
.... .,.
parishioners> sought first to offer .i :: offeredin
children aided In going to program is a continuing activity. meeting at Mass
catechism to children in ", Luigi Palazzolo
catechism classes and fallen .. St. .Paul Church by Monsignor ,
public school grades. 7 through Patrick E. Nolan V.F.
always returned to the
pray of .r \ :: av'i Bergamo Diocese
tice of the'faitb. ]2. Control and coordination /\.1 :.>-i .; r. Mrs. James Fogarty presided

the parish high school of religion ... ..... .... .
"We began our parish high .. "..:. . 4. -h.- Priest i BeatifiedContinued
Forty members of the par. school of religion" said Mr. is in the hands of the TAMPA PARISHIONER EXPLAINS WORK OF FISIIERS Canova Beach's

ish he concluded, spend an three parish Priest, who enjoys the ( front race 0..)
Bode "in 1961-62, with
hour a month before the Most teachers", and 15 Fishers. loyalty and assistance of the Wally Bode, member of Christ the King parish, Tampa, explained how the Fish- Church DedicatedContinued Itself does not require clever

Blessed Sacrament to pray for Fishers in their mission to "Go, era began the parish" high school of religion. He used charts to show this service to novelty nor the realizationof

the success of the apostolate. Planning for the 1963 school teach." children attending public schooL Mr. Bode spoke at the area meeting. ( from P.f. On) extraordinary acts," said
year began last May, he said.t church have been constructed
:Mr. Fox said that the Fishers ] Two more area Fisher meet the Holy Father.
lasted September
[; through ,
under Father Power's dedi-
visited the homes of newcomers ings remain, that of 4pril 2 at "It is a line of guidance for
and in fact the planning stages Pope Says Mother Seton's Holiness cated leadership.The .
the cafeteria in the Priesthood and for the
in pairs continuing j j: continuing now, he said. St. Martha school Archbishop blessed the holy
Catholic and non-Catholic cen- and one April 4 sanctifier which the good
Sarasota qn
rhey set a goal of being 67 percent .
church and celebrated Mass at
sus they had begun. A mini- along the "learning curve"in at Assumption parish hall in Adds New Quality to Church's Life 11:15 a.m. His chaplains were Priest of all times finds In the

the first year. By the time Jacksonville. These meetingswill Mass, in the life of prayer directed
F < Father Joseph Barry and Fa
begin at 8 in each In-. toward the praise of
rive: years have passed, he said p.m. (Continued from rc One) dinal Marella Archpriest of the Xorth American College. ther John Castellani, with Father -:

they: hope to offer the best re- stance. Brims, Including 500 Sisters of St. Peter's basilica.In The second pontifical :Massof Peter C. Dolan, master oi God which Is inspired by the
divine office, and in the ready
ligious instruction possible.To congregations which claim
the triduum offered ceremonies.
the afternoon ceremonyat was by service
Gives and disinterested of
help them organize, Father Englewood Mother Seton as their spiritual which Pope John paid Amleto Cardinal Cicognani, Father Power welcomed asa souls."

: McLoughlin's group mother, flew here for the cere- of State and guest, Monsignor C. Ir.Eh .
Hospitality to 206 homage to the new blessed he' Papal Secretary Before beginning the ceremony
reached out into other places monies. received a gold reliquary loyal supporter of Mother lander V.F. hh! former the Pope had blessedthe

where the plan had been successful ENGLEWOOD Monsignor. Pope John called Mother containing relics of Mother Seton's cause. A sermon was pastor whom he had served new mosaic of St. Joseph

for guides for teachers George W. Cummings offered I Seton "a prodigy of celestial Seton. The reliquary, designed preached by Father James P. as an assistant at Sarasota.! which has been placed over a
md additional materials. Textbooks Recitata at S t'grace.. C.S.P. Friends throughout the fast
the Missa in the form of an Cunningham procurator central altar of one of St.

+ from grades 9-12 were Raphael Church, Englewood,),, "God led this woman through ostensorium, had a map of general of the Paulist Fathers growing Cape Canaveral area I Peter's transepts. He said in

P ,secured along with an organ- March 14, for the spring meet many experiences and to pro- the United States on its base. and pastor of Santa Susanna some of whom had attended the, his address:

j izational manual, from the ing of the Southwest Coast; found decisions concerning her the parish church for Americans ground-breaking ceremony last
Archbishop Lawrence J. "On entering the basilica .
Archdiocese of Chicago. Grades Deanery Council of Catholic: spiritual life," he said in his in Rome. autumn filled the Holy Nameof
officiatedat blessed the
Sheehan of Baltimore We image of St.
r and 8 receives the same texts Women. address. The final Mass of the triduumon Jesus Church on dedicationday ,
.1 Benediction of the Most Joseph at his altar. It was Our
;used in similar programs in 'The n a m e and symbol of Wednesday was offered by at Canova Beach.
Breakfast was served to 20C I Blessed Sacrament. most lively desire to carry out
.New York. The church is constructed on.
charity became the Arcadio Cardinal Larraona,
persons from eight affiliations programof Immediately after the after- this act of piety to the most
Mr. Bode illustrated his remarks her interior life. C.M.F., prefect of the sacred Highway AlA and accommodates
Monsignor C. L. Eislander noon ceremonies, Pope John chaste spouse of Mary the
J Mon- 550 The attached
charts showingin of rites.
with congregation persons.
"In founding the religious granted an audience to all the : guardian of Jesus, and thus to
simple, graphic Mays the V.F., gave a spiritual talk signor John Middleton, rectorof parish hall provides for
family of the Sisters of Charityof pilgrims present in St. Peter's. crown a heartfelt desire to increase
lines of authority in the to the Four other St. Peter's church in New
St. Joseph (1807)( ) it was 250.The even In the greatest
FISHER VOLUNTEER facets of The first Mass of a triduumin where Mother mission church's choir
school and other York City, Seton
at the
pastors Mere present her wish to dedicate herself to church of Christianity, devo-
Thomas Fox of St. Patrick honor of the new blessedwas
the received into the Church, for the dedication cere
program. was sang
form of charity. tion to St. of
meeting.Mrs. every Joseph, protector
outlined work offered by Joseph
parish, Tampa, Monday the .
preached sermon.Tribute mony.
Fishers had done for the The school needed teachers, Edward Hansen president Francis Cardinal Spellman, Cardinal Ritter, Archbishop of the holy Church and of the

census In that parish, at the :secretarial workers, and Fish- of St. Raphael's affiliation,,, Archbishop of New York read St. Louis in the Church of SS. Ireland Given Second Vatican Ecumenical
rs. Holy Name Society and to Council."
area Fisher meeting held Women's Guild memberships added her welcome to that of' an English translation of the John and Paul. The Sistine

last week In Tampa. ,yielded the corps of workers. Monsignor Cummings.Mrs. Pope's address. The Pope spokein choir sang at the :Mass and Father Sunday Campaign
John P. McGowan CM., of At Lake Wales MeetingLAKE
St. AugustineChevroletBuick :The classrooms of the parochial Joseph Schoebert, Eau Italian. St. Vincent's Seminary, Phila- LISBON (.NC)-All parishes

school provided the parish Gallie, diocesan .president, After the Latin document In Portugal marked the first
o on
delphia, gave a
with WALES-Father Arthur L. Dunnigan, spiritual
]high school of religion a Sunday of Lent by starting a
urged a large attendance at the!; proclaiming Mother Seton Mother Seton.
place of operation. The staff of moderator of the West Coast Deanery Council of Catholic campaign for sanctification of
convention of the D C C'V in l blessed was read a Pontifical On Tuesday, U.S. pilgrimswere !
school's is Women welcomed 225 to
the organization by persons Holy Spirit parish on the Lord's day.

i invitation of the pastor. Father Tampa.VOLUNTEERS Mass was offered by Paolo Car guests at a reception at March 14. In the principal address of the day he spokeon Catholic Action organized the
the contribution of St. p itrick, which he summed up effort-which includes Instruc-

in the words, "love of God." tions on what the Mass is -
Fort! Marion welcome given by the pastor.
A nation cannot find its true with the slogan "No Sunday
:New: affiliations A\eie welcomed
Chevrolet Co. greatness in material acquisitions without Mass, nor Mass with
San Raphael of Sneil
said the Priest but out Communion."
Me and St. Patrick's .Moth.eiV
ii must attain it by thought and
123 San Marco Are. tVedr action. Club of Largo.

Affiliation reports summarized
St. AugustineVA Ireland, he said, so recognized CLEARWATERJIM'S
by Mrs. Edward Wiles disclosed
_, the Saviour of men
9-221J ;; that the women's Fisher
;I-r.: when He came to her work and close work with the AUTO BODY
through St. Patrick, that the
'J a schools both ranked high In
,t! IC : ;'1 Irish people have ever since
:, Gw parish activities.Mrs. & PAINT SHOP
_- ,; i=:"" ;;; .:: !!:"!" been faithful to Him. E. J. Tavlln of st.
For ;i'::>: ,. Her contributions to the
Petersburg Beach, diocesan Ills Cart IItl.arwater.<<: FU.C .
:,.- + ,L.:.-;=' world are many, he continued, parliamentarian conducted the
"PlusValue"InsuranceAsk : = -_ .mpUt' TTr.k Work
,$j. ; citing for example the American
election (covered elsewhere in
.4 A.P tntt.tAppliaee.a
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ADAPTAPLAN.- Irishmen. directed by Prof. Guy DeBrock.

(S. Father Dunnigan opened the Five pastors attended from SMITH'SJEWELERS

day for the delegates by offer- other parishes. Dunedin's bid

Ing Holy Mass. It was a Missa for the
autumn meeting was
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