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 29, 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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CatIc41c ri WINTER PARKFollowing -

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establish alongside of secular

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VOL. XXIV, No. 22 Orlando, Florida, Friday, March 29, 1963 Ten Cents .< ,.... ..; .. for Mass and the sacramentsand
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s a k Work of'Fishers ;;i N ? f1 1 Saturday to Winter morning Joseph Park P.to Hurleycame last bless

the new Catholic Student

Your Purpose in Life: Linked() Councilorida Center Father there.John F. Wells

Finding God ThroughHis opened the Center duringthe

IncarnationBy current scholastic year
ORLANDO-Central FI, parishes and, missionsand
Fr. Vincent E. SmithBy at Rollins College and inaugurated -
were represented by pastors the P .' ',
the Incarnation, mean laity belonging to the 4j 1Ik a religious and
the Second we Person Fisher apostolate at the regi onal meeting of Fishers held j $ cultural program at the

of the Blessed Trinity with Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley on Thursday of last !fc center for college students.The .

became man. To me the Incarnation week.Fisher The objectives of the for* bringing the message of j 1 day of dedication openedin

is more a mystery of movement were dec' to the world. I' St. Margaret Mary Church,

love than of understanding.The fined, in line with those ofthe Until he was a Fisher himself I f across the street from the Center

thought of taking on the Second Vatican Council. Mr. Ryan, a convert, saw I" x 1' with a Missa Recitata cele-

nature of a lower animal Is Monsignor Harold F. Jordan, the; layman as a passive element I a 1 1y '| brated by Father Wells and the

revolting. For God to become diocesan chairman of Fishers, S... .. .. .. responses given by college
very 1 whose sole duty was to ., ... ":t .
man would seem to be presented program speakers at listen to the Church teach, accept j .. N-_ .. _.. ..'. < .- : :! __ _, : \W', .M. ..0 > students.At .

even more so to Him. the meeting held in St. Charles 1 her spiritual advice, receive COLLEGE STUDENT CENTER BLESSED IN WINTER PARK the close of the 10:30 a.m.

Why would God want to be- hall, Orlando. her sacraments and give Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley dedicated the Catholic morning. Father John F. Wells is director of the youth Mass, the Archbishop and the

come like man? The answer (Two more regional meet' FISHERS, Page 10 Student Center at Winter Park (above)' last Saturday program at the recently opened Center. Priests formed a procession led

simply is J ne. God could not Ings for Fishers are planned.The _ii Mr-mummin_.mrTirnr'unfit 6'i"in'' iiirrTiiiniir"-Brifmirnmni[ .';' ."= ,. ..... '. "'-" __='" ---- -..,,- -- by altar boys.
stand to see this beautiful next will be held, April The blessing of the new'!

creature that he made, called 2 at 8 p.m., in St. Martha Meaning of Home Holy, convent for St. Margaret

man, wallowing In the muck School Cafeteria at Sarasota. ';, Mary parish was included in

and mire of sin. He saw man The last will take place on !J ; i Fr. Sloan Tells Deanery the day's ceremonies.

as being naked without the April 4 at 8 p.m. at Bishop ; The Archbishop blessed the

mantle of sanctifying grace. Kenny High School Cafeteriain : : ;! EAU fSAT.T.fF-Mrs Joel! Savers- Jr. of Daytona- Beach Interior of the new Catholic

r you may well ask, "Why Jacksonville). | .. < p was reelected president of 1 the Orlando-Central Deanery Student Center, assisted by

did not God just forgive Fishers at the Central Council of Catholic Women 1 here Thursday of last week, Father Vincent E. Smith and
man?" The answer Is simply Florida meeting heard wordsof /} :.::: :' at a meeting attended by 290. persons, including MonA Father George King, chaplains,

that although God is an all. counsel from the Archbishop ",py' < ....;: signor William J. Mullally P. ., V.F., and 15 other Priests. and Father Michael J. Madden
loving God, He is also an from Monsignor Jordan > ,'J < y. master of ceremonies. Others
.} : Besides electing leaders, members of the deanery re- Harold
all-just God.Through h present were Monsignor -
and from Father John F. k
fleeted on the talks given their moderator, Monsignor'
sin man incurreda I Wells, who is diocesan director F. Jordan and Father
i: Mullally, and by Father Darn]lei< Sloan I.C. on the Christian Robert E. Farmer.
debt that he could not pay. of the Confraternity of Christian -
family.The holiness of marriage as a dedication
After the ritual ,
Though man could offend God l Doctrine. Most of the
he could not make restitution. Fishers present were men principal speaker at the channel of divine grace. the Archbishop returned and

His Mercy Reigns from Orlando's parishes and meeting, Father' Sloan, made Adultery and divorce are( addressed the congregation

missions and from the the point that "the family, de- ruled out In Christian marriage waiting at the church.
Infinite of-
Every sin an offends the parishes in Winter Park, Cler- spite its failures in many cases, because they violate the Until the queen of the
fense because mont Sanford, Maitland, Eus- $ is the most successful institu- unity and permanency whichare sciences, which is theology, regains -
infinite Creator. And so theonly twin essential elements In said the Archbishop
Kissimmee Lake tion in the world"Spiritual her crown, -
tis and
one who could make resti- They were led by their pastors. }"., .; and physical needs, marriage, Father Sloan ex the humble heralds of
the sins of
tution for man
would be one who Is both God Enlist the help of others, the r> rt ar .y 'nT I are met in the family, he said, plained. the queen will continue to blow
because the satisfactionwould Archbishop urged the group, >x $ r the oldest institution in the Marriage, too, has a publiccharacter their trumpets on the margins

so that the movement will world. The unity and perman- he said, because of educational campuses. While
have to be infiniteandman AK Y
spread here in the Diocese of '"{ f.. sill ency of marriage, Father Sloanstressed social responsibilities are in-, one of the greatest. surges of
the of-
because was o'
-fulfilled St., Augustine. The_Fisher. program | :_}' _.' :? are protected by the. volved. And finally, it meansthe i the'human spirit-a surge that
fender. The- Son, of God -
the demands: of His love[ he said, is basically to r| ,- ,. .:"f'"y., ..:lco commandments of the Judeo- free acceptance of a bond: is attended with marvelous
... :t. '$=; In field of
tell friends and neighbors- > Christian tradition and mar- of mutual consent. success every physical -
and His justice by the Incarna- even as one goes about in daily j,i... ,:':';. fL4- : riage was. made a sacramentby This added the speaker, Is science Is underway In

tion.Many findit work-about the priceless gift j .t ,. Christ. what Pope Pius XII meant the world, he noted at the same
of Faith. .t He dwelt at length on the CENTRAL, Page 10 time that certain educators try
difficult to accept the truththat ./ to reduce God-Who is origin
,. ,1
The R. Patrick Ryan, member of -
Christ is God. reason .
and to biological
for it is they see so little in St. Margaret Mary parish in ; Cuba Freeing Four Priests proportion.

themselves and other men thatis Winter Park, related that the Educators should realize that
really worth loving. Andthey NAILS OF CHRIST'S PASSIONThis From Prison. BishoD Says
men of the Fisher program the question of God is at the
candidly ask why would angel, holding the nails of Christ's Passion, is one of three that line Rome's - I core of all questions and that
meet at least once a month to
God want to become like one discuss Bridge of Sant' Angelo near the Vatican, each bearing one of the instruments of the MIAM (NC)The last four Priests imprisoned on theIsle to exclude God Is "to truncate,
of us? methods problemsand Passion. This statue is a copy of the original ordered by Pope Urban VIII to be placed of Pines in Cuba were scheduled to be released lastwppk is to deform Is to denature"
Love Answers Man to propose new ways to uncover in the church of Sant' Andrea delle frate. education both In principleand
..---- and: would then leave. .for--- Spain. -a. Bishop has disclosed -
The simple answer again isIove. fallen away Catholics here. In process, said Archbishop -

God for and prospective converts.He Bishop Carroll, who had the Hurley.
The love of man
Vatican Radio Cites WordsAs Bishop Coleman F. Carroll
Pope's of the United
is so overwhelming that it demands opened his address stating permission There Is something wrong,
of Miami said he learned this States and Cuban governmentsfor
an Act of Faith to that the first person to UNIVERSITY Pag 6
when he was in Havana on the flight to Havana, was
accept this love. The pettinessof him the truth about Condemnation of Prize
man's love makes: him incap-! bring FightingVATICAN 1 I March 21 to attend the. funeral accompanied b y MonsignorJohn Goal

able of understanding the infinite Christ was a lay personhiswife. of Manuel Cardinal Arteaga y J. Fitzpatrick the Topped

But it was left to his Betancourt, who died March Bishop's assistant chancellor,
love God.
of CITY NC-A of John XXHI about that
( comment Pope "sports g 3
20. The four Priests arer and Monsignor Bryan O.
God loves us more thanire parish Priest to show him- counter to natural is to the of United States ;: For
principles" pertinent case a prize ightei Father Francisco Lopez, Fa- Walsh, Catholic Charities director ,
love ourselves. He is
through the Fisher program- who died Vatican Radio has stated.
recently, ther Reinero Lebroc, Father for Miami.
willing for our to souls pay a than greater we price are that Priests and Sisters are not The Pope made the comment, and also referred to "barbarities inflicted by brother ., Luis Rojo and Father Ramon Bishop Carroll said on his Gainesville

Trilling to pay ourselves. the only Catholics responsible upon brother" in an impromptu.speech _(March 24)) at Our Lady Queen of Peac GI o t'.I.IJ.lJ :I 4 UIS work
church the suburban
Though men find it difficultto Executive Board Meets in town of 200 volunteers of St. Patrick
love one another, the Son of of Ostia Lido. Diocesan Priests to Give RetreatsIn parish-to raise funds for a

God found it almost impossibleto Vatican Radio said that the

remain separated by the Holy Name Societies To Pope's words "may be clearly WeekDiocesan provisional hall-was blessed church with and success parish
chasm of sin. Through the In- High during Holy
understood as linked with the this week, Father Thomas R.
carnation, God comes to man.
Lay ApostolateORLANDOThe tragic fate of Davey Moore, Gross, pastor, has announced.On .
Through the Incarnation, man Priests will again give the traditional Holy Week retreats in Central
the basis of Incomplete
is now able to return to God. participating role in apostolic pro- who died this morning" (March Catholic High Schools. The Holy Week retreats are a phase of the observance of Marchas returns reported at the first

He is Here, Now grams of all parish Holy Name Societies was emphasizedhere 25)). Vocation :Month. During the days of retreat, the High School youth hear. sermons of this week, he said the

Because of the Incarnation, by :Monsignor Harold F. Jordan. Addressing the ex- Moore, former world feather and meditate on the Faith that is theirs and their future careers in life. Gainesville parish has $120-

men can no longer say "God is ecutive board last Saturday night, the spiritual moderatorof weight champion, suffered a The elect with prospective vocations to be Priests or Sisters will also receive at- 500 in pledges: over 24-

in His heaven and all Is well the Diocesan Union stressed the need for all Holy Name brain injury when he was tention and the prayers of the Priests and the youth who make the three days of retreat month period. More cards

with the world" For God is men to actively support varied 1963 HNS projects. DanielA. VATICAN, Page 7 together this Holy WOOL-. Father Mortimer" Danaher, chairman of the Board of Cath- will come in, to ral e the

In the world by the Incarna. ..,,.. total.
In the Diocese and
olio Schools ,
Naughton, president of Qs "- 1k.'vt: .l'ar}' < < tion.No j the Diocesan Union, also :;; j;: ,, :; :: :' ':.:f15:: : :< :r'l. % t: ;< 't !: president of Bishop Kenny The goal of the campaignthis

longer can men say that i used the session to advise ; | High Schoolin month was $100,000. Ed

God in heaven does not understand j newly appointed board mem- | JacksonIville Leary of Foley Associates gave
the trials of The : spoke of professional counsel.
men. j bers of their duties, as wellas i "*
God-Man experienced poverty, acquainting them with [ the develop- The provisional church and
loneliness, rejection by. His ;| ment of the retreat social hall, to be constructed at
fellow men. Although He Him- fellow officers. ) S f 3. SS ixnc r ,i Northeast 16th Avenue next to

self was sinless, He took upon Monsignor Jordan detailedthe 'S ment In the St. Patrick School will replace

Himself the burdens of sin. continuing organizationand ocesan this'e! 75 year old buildings used by

The Incarnation offers preparation of the diocesanFishers' .r Schools. the Gainesville parishioners.When .

program, and how announced ] half of the pledges are
great hope to a world engulfed
Holy Name men were expectedto h collected In about
in despair.We week fc '*; a year'stime
take active leadership in names of Fr. Daaaher the construction of the

grope without success this apostleship of laymen. w for a human leader to lead us *
Pointing out that three area- V e i t r Holy Week retreats. The i Dr. Robert Giudice was
o'ut of this Gehenna of Immor- 4 Pr
wide meetings had already seen retreats, he said, will take place: general chairman in the
ality and impending atomic
; enthusiastic attendance 1 n ..r z 5.4a. I on Monday, Tuesday and[ parish effort. Father Cross
disaster. And we fall deeper
Tampa, St. Petersburg and Orlando .. Wednesday of Holy Week. warmly praised him and all
into the depths of despair as 1 yr
he asked board members Each retreat master will set; the leaders.
we become more and more r living in the Sarasota and Jacksonville forth the local retreat plans. He expressed appreciation
aware of the betrayals of man. r rw
vicinities to spotlight r On Holy Thursday when the! also to women of the parish

Is there anyone who can the Fishers' gatherings in the youth receive Holy Communion i who assisted In clerical and

speak to the God in heaven latter cities.Speaking u. M ..'it .-.! .!.. 'tRXECUTIVE after having made their annual I secretarial work necessary to

above to ask mercy for the of the Inauguration 5 BOARD OF DIOCESAN HOLY NAME SOCIETY HOLDS ORLANDO MEETING retreats, they will search their the successful campaign.

banished children of Eve? The of the "Holy Name Hour"on -- -- individual souls to see If they The advance gifts were solicited
Planning for the diocesan Orlando last standing from left
many activities parish Holy Saturday evening were, ,
voice of Christ echoes: radio station WAPE, Jacksonville are called to be Priests or to on March 17, the traditional -
Name Societies to join in throughout 1963 were these William B. Christian, Alfonso A. Aliberti Floyd J. Tred-
"It is My desire to be with Monsignor Jordan lead the life of consecrated 1 St. Patrick's day, patron-
board members seated from left James J. McAuliffe Harold A. Davis W. William D. Noble
Clyde King,
way ,
the children of men. It is suggested the executive board virgins in the community life al feast of the parish. Supp. it
through the Incarnation that I:, consider the appointment of a :Monsignor Harold F. Jordan, spiritual moderator of the Herbert Wisham, John J. Savage, Robert. Schellen- of Sisters. of all members of the parish

as your God, came to you andit special committee to extend diocesan Union; Daniel A. Naughton, diocesan president; berg, L. Russell Biven and Charles P. Hensel. Also at- These are the Priests who was enlisted last Sunday the

Is through the Incarnationthat this apostolate via other airways Father James J. Heslin, assistant spiritual moderator; tending the board's deliberations but absent from the have accepted the Invitation general solicitation day. The

you as My fellow men in the Diocese He urged Johnnie H. Montgomery and Harold A. Keller. Partici- picture were James J. Altman, Joseph P. McGaughanami of the diocesan. Department first report meeting 'waj on

come to Me. HOLY: NAME, Page 9 pating in the meeting held at the Cherry Plaza hotel, John Mikos. DIOCESAN, Page 3 Monday of this week.a .

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I Catholic Florida Of' Reports Holy/ Name Banner I I

'T'HE activities of the Holj r Name Society on a parish

f- 1 level, as well as on a dear icry level have been most en-

OrlandoGOOD JacksonvilleSACRED was David MacNamara, direc- couraging and heartening.Harold tain this loss, but I am confI.

tor of marketing for the Carolina -I : A. Keller, presidentof dent that Mr. Sisson will con
SHEPHERD HEART the Southwest Coast Dean-
Group in Jack- zealous
tinue his most and
The new officers of the The Guild of Sacred Heart sonville. His topic was "Archi- 5' ery has been moving activities
Name work In
fruitful Holy
Good Women's Guild Sc i
Shepherd Church plans a bazaar, May 18. tect of the Future-The American there along at a very nice pace. Atlanta.
will be installed at a dinner Mrs. Eugene R. "
Murphy reported Mother. The Deanery
; The Diocesan Union has
April 17 at 7.30 p.m. at the on the plans for it.
Rally in Engle-' .
S been most fortunate in having
Rio Pinar Club.
a Country Members of the Guild will Tampa .J wood on Sunday another leader
members and their friends are -S '
have a Day of Recollection, PERPETUAL HELP 1 Si March!
invited to attend. Call : k agree to serve a* a member -
Mary _
April 2. The day will begin with 10th was well
Eastman, GA 4-8851 for Francis Connell ._S.tULi1ur .-:: of the executive board.
reser. Mass at 9 and -- -- - -- and
vations, $3.00 each. a.m. end with C.SS.R. spoke recently to the IkuuLJL' INSTALLS OFFICERS, EAU GALLIE planned ; Robert "'. Schellenberg Is

Rio Pinar Country Club will Benediction of the Most Blessed Priests of the Tampa and St. Officers have 'been installed for the Ascension Catholic Women's Guild in E a u well executed. the new chairman of the FlorIda

be the scene of a dance plannedfor Thaddeus Sacrament at 2:30: p.m. Father Petersburg area, giving his impressions Gallie by Father Martin B. Power. Mrs. Gerald Rogero (left) relinquished the presi- We were most In' Catholic Press committee.Mr. .
of Most fortunate
April 27. An orchestra is Holy Redeemer Church Jacksonville of the Second Vatican dent's gavel to Mrs. Henry Levy. Other officers are, from, left, Mrs. Harold Davis, having Father! Schellenberg is a memo
scheduled for the evening. Council.Dr. Mrs. Edward Martin, Mrs. Carlo Mayer and Mrs.. Charles Best. I I ber of San Jose Parish of Jacksonville
will be retreat mas- Connell had accompanied C h a r b e neau
Tickets and is general man
are $5.00 per couple. ter. Cost for the which from Canada naa >snghtes
Bishop James E. McManus
for channel 4 television
Call Mrs. Nicholson Amber ager
923 includes coffee and doughnutsafter C.SS.R. of Ponce Puerto Rico, Eau GalIieASCF. and Mr. Frank DlMp"*
Road, CR 7-4707, for tickets. Faith Essential in Space station WJXT. He Is a grad
Mass, and a light lunch, to the Council. After speaking Oceak, Pittsburgh uate of University of Notre
MaitlandST. will be one dollar.A about the Council, Father Con- coach as guest speakers. At
Dame and served as treasurer,
Father Martin Power greetednew Priest Tells YouthFORT
Age the rally the deanery reported
MARY MAGDALENA nursery will be open. nell discussed current moral officers for Ascension vice-president and member of
Father T. Leo Danaher with the The upon a recent meeting of its
pas- problems clergy. board of of the Notre
parish mission, starting tor, has urged all the womento gathering was held at Our Ladyof Catholic Women's Guild in mid- LAUDERDALE (NC-Faith in the Creator and executive board. All those responsible Dame alumni club of Wa hlng-
March 31, for two weeks, will March. At the installation, heldat
take attend, adding: "It is like Perpetual Help discussionroom j in His designs is indispensable in the space age, a Priest for the arrangementsof ton D.C. He served in the United -
place St. :Mary Magda. Eau Gallie Yacht Club, he
a day of retreat, a day to take at the invitation of Father educator has said here. this first rally this Springare States Navy. He is a member -
len Church, Maitland. Father the "woman of the "Faith
presented equip us to to be congratulated for the
stock of yourselves. Come and Thomas Kelly C.SS.R., Father Robert Reardon
prin- of the Ponte Vedra Club
Albert H. Neal 0?. of St. Vine year award" to Mrs. James S. face life's realities." well-attended
take your problems to our pastor of the Ybor City parish.Dr. cipal of St. Thomas Aquinas pro- River Club, Jacksonville area
cent Ferrer priory, New York, Rickert for her outstandingwork "God's reality is revealed
Blessed Mother. Connell has accepted an High School, made the statement gram.'f Chamber of Commerce and
: will conduct the mission. in the Guild for the par to us through:: study of His hate' Just learned. with
Following the business meet. Invitation to return, to give at a program on 'Faith Willing Hands, Inc.
ish and for the community. creatures," he said. that the Diocese Ii
'S Venice Ing Father W. Thomas Larkin again his impressions of the in the Space Age," held at Mrs. Schellenberg Is the
installed by "It is out there-It Is objec- losing of most outstanding
Officers were one our
session the Council.
second of
EPIPIiANY S.T.D. of Christ the King Broward County Junior College former Kathleen Kelley, a
4 Mrs. Joseph Schoebert, presi- tive. It is meant to be found.It parish society president .
Church spoke the Second recently. Unlersity -
The Epiphany Guild mem on graduate of the Catholic
dent of the Diocesan Councilof cannot be manufactured in *.
Vatican Council. ConfraternityPlans "God's life, as found In His of America.
bers in Venice will hold the the
Catholic Women. They are: the recesses of our imagination. Mr. Warren \\ Sisson of St.
SAN JOSE continually renews Kathy and Bob are the par.
annual election April 2, at 1:30: .
; Mrs. Henry Levy, president; Paul parish at Jacksonville
itself Father Reardon said."God's .
MonthlyWASHINGTON children
p.m. in the church hall on Har- Mrs. D. D. Berga was re- Mrs. Harold Davis, vicepresident laws "The same enterprise that Beach has been transferred to ents of eight lovely
of nature are whose from ten
bor Drive. elected president of the San (XC) -The ; Mrs. Edward Martin, Mrs. unlocks the secrets of nature Atlanta, Georgia.Mr. ages range
to be discovered
Mrs. Edward Spearing of Jose Parish Guild Jacksonville, national center of the Confra- Charles Best, secretaries; and meant of by man. is also capable of finding the Sisson, who is a convert, months to eleven years.

Sarasota will give a talk on at the March meeting. Elected ternity of Christian Doctrine Mrs. Carlo Mayer, treasurer.Mrs. The pursuit noble physical"realityis One who set physical laws in has been one of the finest and The executive board of the
a undertaking. Diocesan Union held its first
the green scapular. also to serve as officers were will begin publication this year Gerald Rogero is the motion. The architect is foundin most effective presidents thl

At Trinity :Mrs. John Ross, Mrs. George of a monthly magazine called outgoing president. the understanding of His parish has ever had. Under his full scale meeting on Saturday,
in Orlando. Pro-
Pelligrini, vice-presidents; Mrs. Catechetical Digest.Plans Vocations to the Priesthoodand design," he said. leadership, the Society has March 23

WAShINGTON, D.C.Two James Rogers, Mrs. Joseph for the new magazine to the religious life for Coming "Faith is needed In the space made great strides and has had grams to accentuate the activities

young women from the Dioceseof Alfred, recording and corresponding were disclosed by Bishop women were encouraged by the age," he continued."If an excellent record of attendance of each parish Holy
St. Augustine will follow from
secretaries; and Mrs. Charles P. Greco of Alexandria, guest speaker, Father Terrell there is need for a at diocesan and deanery Society
named to the dean's list for
academic excellence at Trinity W. E. :McKinney, treasurer. episcopal chairman of the Con- Solana who came from St. Events knowledge that will encompass activities as well as parish the board's deliberations.

College here. They are Miss Mrs. Ted Lowe, chairman for fraternity. Petersburg Beach to addressthe This rolomn list fatnr benefits and integrate all of the functions. He stimulated Holy

Mary Ellen Bordenca of Jacksonville the spring dance which will be Catechetical Digest will carry women. special meetIng and events advances In the natural sciences Name men's visitations to the ST. PETERSBURGEdouard
the who also at the of more than local Interest. Advance it must! be our knowledge Blessed Sacrament
c Beach and Miss Barry sponsored by guild, an- reports by specialists on significant Priests were notice of regular meetingswill at Christ

Sarasota. nounced that preparations are developments in teach event were Father Joseph be emitted.Men's of our Creator," Father mastime and attendance at nocturnal -
Walden of
S.N.D. being made to hold the danceon ing religion in this country and Barry, Father William Trainor, Reardon emphasized. adoration hours. He C. Craig
Sister Margaret president
day of recollection,
that April 20 at the Southslde abroad, said Bishop Greco. Father Donal Noonan, Father "Each one of us must come has been a most faithful usher Contractor and Distributorfor
of Trinity, announced Bishop Barry High School,
Women's Club. The Bishop I also announcedthe Felix Banos and Father Edward to grips with the Implications during his residence in St. Paul
Miss Bordenca, a freshman, St. Petersburg, 8 a.m. Mass,
senior had The annual Communion Confraternity workshopat Kirby.Presidents. which we derive from the S parish and has constantly been Vikon Metal Ceramicand
and Miss Walden, a March 31; closes with Bene-
list. breakfast for the members of the Catholic University of of Catholic Wom knowledge of our Creator.S at the beck and call 0 f his Tiles
dean's Mosaic
achieved the diction of Most Blessed! Sacrament -
the Guild and girls of the par- America here. en's Clubs in neighboring par- Otherwise, we will be Incapable pastor, Father James J. Heslin.
at noon participant, 917 49th St. So. 347-4101
ish was served on Sunday, The workshop will be held ishes were guests, Mrs. William ; of using wisely the tech: We are indeed sorry to sus- -
PETERSBURGDOROTHY Catholic men and their non-
ST. March 17, in the parish social June 13-24. Its theme willbe Nibler of Melbourne and Mrs. nical benefits of our age," he
Catholic friends from all St.
hall following the 9:30: :Mass. "Integrating Kerygmatic Frederick Heartz of Palm Bay; concluded. TERMITES SWARMING ? ?
Petersburg area parishes. I
& TED CALVO Breakfast was served by mem- Teaching in the Schools of Re- as was Miss Isabelle Gleason,
starting I
Jnflle yoo t. bers of the Holy Name Society. ligion Emphasis on Bible and DCCW corresponding secretary -

Guest speaker for the event Liturgy." for two weeks, St. Mary Leadership Roles J

Magdalen): parish, Maitland. (Q'lon.lmOHutlo ?LLi (Q"J1JH l
'fJotot.r dQj tJlgf &.O6.___._"______ -- ., -.- .. ,c
Fishers' meeting, April Z, Or Women Cited -- C WWW '"" 515 tSWWWS"' ...r s.7V w IIS'1 v.

11211 ffemlnol* BId.U. 8 p.m., St. Martha School PAUL O. PHILLIP!" rrmldrntSKUVIN'G
( ". Alt. It) Largo, Tim. Cafeteria, Sarasota. OREGON CITY (XC) -The P1VKLLAS COUNTY OVER 25 TEARS
Day of recollection' for Catholic woman must "accepther 2621 Fairfleld Ave. So. St. Petersburg Telephone 8622128BOWEN'S I

:women, Sacred Heart parish, position of leadership in

Jacksonville, April 2, Mass, promoting this world to be
MR. S.O.S. SaysFor 9 a.m. Christ's world," the presidentof

the National Council of Catholic -
Fishers 4
( For meeting, April ,
Women has said here.
DuplicatingSupplies 8 p.m., Bishop Kenny High

School cafetorinm, Jackson. Mrs. Joseph' McCarthy of

...c : i1\ ville. San Francisco declared that

CALLUS St. Paul Guild EaMer Mon Catholic women "must be-

.. come involved in the apostolate -
,day card party, Jacksonville,
Catholic action."
S S I JtI': April 15.Card of
She spoke at the conventionof 862-2450
ii party, 1 p.m., April

ST. PKTERSBURO SARASOTA --955-7006 HK 7-S1S7 -'.......'.... __ __.'_ __......__._m__ m___ 13, Annie Silver Community ___h the_ _,. _Portland. ,,_.L_.._archdiocesan_____n__
CI.KAKWATKB 4tt-.4 HOLY RE IDEEMER CLUB'S LEADER,S, TAMPA Hall Rradrnton Beach; St. council 01 \.auioiic, women.

_ _ _ Father William C. Kidwell 'from left Mrs. Irma Clann Rita Fulco, ice-president; Bernard Guild, sponsor. "The real Christian woman

-. I S-J. was the speaker at the parliamentarian; Mr!s. Vienna Mrs. Lucille Xorgard, presl. Scripture institute for cannot be content with shutting

-4 ENJOY AUTOMATIC"KeepRiled" recent installation! of officers Wood treasurer; Mrs. Regina dent; Mrs. Helen Panic, outgoing Priests, April 16-19, St. Leo herself up within the four wallsof KINGflSHRESTAURANT

of the Catholic AVomen's Club unbar, corresponding secretary : president; and Mrs. Abbey, St. Leo. her home, no matter how

of the Most Holy Redeemer ; Mr*. Mildred Krauchik, Maxine King, installing officer. noble and self-sacrificing her
DELIVERY Card party, April 19, 8 p.m.,
Phone Church, Tampa. recording secretary; M r s. rafetorium; St. Paul Guild, home life may be, she stated.

: Officers installed w e r e, Jacksonville Beach. She will "play as active a _

St. Pete- 898-1111 _ role in social and political life
Clearwater-446-8314 Red 'Amnesl ty'[ Uncertain Dance, Sonthside! Women'sClub as her duties permit," Mrs. Mc- SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST
Jacksonville 20
April ,
C.T.Johnson.Inc. Carthy added, and will "temperthe .
Fried Broiled
San Jose Guild or Shrimp
iy1f 8 p.m.; sponsor. -
actions of the social and

MUTUAL FUNDS For Cardinal AAindszentynnesty political leaders of the day by Succulent Scallops

i Tint Icdtral Building Gainesville, St. Patrick par.
OLDEST and LARGESTIN exerting on their thinking a Luscious Lobsfers
800 nth Street >orthrilONK ish bazaar, April 20.
PINELLAS 347.7845 VIENNA (NC-The an for political prisoners; pressure ever gentle, ever firm,

I 4 decreed by Hungary's comm mnist government apparently r Low Sunday Pilgrimage to ever spiritual, ever practical." YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER _

does not Jozsef Oldest Mission, St. Augustine, SERVED OCEAN FRESH
apply to Ca Lrdinal Mindszenty, according
Florida, April 21. HUSH PUPPIES AND ROLLS _
to reports reaching here. But: the exclusion of the Hungarthat ,-m
__i BY THE BOX ian Primate from the am- ))ad's Club, Jesuit High): THE NEXT TIME YOU Chicken and Steaks

those not covered in tht! School, dinner dance, Tampa, At Famous Johns
nesty is not certain. BUY..TELL TilE CLERK Pass
J OR BUCKET general decree may be giver l' April 21,. Fort Homer Hes-

The decree was announcedon freedom if they ask for it in. terly. YOU SAW IT IX THE

March 21 by Premier Janos dividually. Convention, St. Augustine): ; FLORIDA CATHOLIC

"IT'S FINGER LICKIN1 GOOD" Kadar and unanimously ap A report from Budapest Diocesan Council of Catholic

proved by the Hungarian parliament quoted a spokesman for the Women, Tampa, April 2224. Fresh Seafood

--1 COL KAHAND SA>C a10 CtMl KOTC reports said. Hungarian foreign ministrya Card party, St. Petersburg_
The amnesty releases from << Mating that the Blessed Trinity Women's
I prison for a three-year probationary does not includethe Club rlonSOr5.at", Anchorage, ALL FRESH LOCAL

t. period persons convicted Cardinal's case." April 24, 1 p.m. e

of war crimes counterrevolutionary Most Holy Redeemer parIsh I SEAFOODS IN SEASON
The spokesman noted thai t
activities, leav dance, May 4, 9 p.m., SERVICE
Car dIn a Mindszenty "was; During Our Lenten Season The Most Desirable
PHONE 898-4422 ing the country illegally, act- Jacksonville's Riverside FBEE PICKUP DKLIVEBTS4tk Of
sentenced to life imprisonment 1 0*. A 18th An. 8..
ing illegally during the Stalin Women's Club. We AH Strive To B. A
AND PICK IT UP as a traitor in 1949." But, he= Phone SI7-.1II THE NORTHERN
Bazaar 18 Jackson.
1st period and engaging in May CAB GBEEX STAMPS
antistate activities within the added, "there Is always the op Title's Sacred Heart parish Ith ft. A llth AYe. S*. Little Bit; Better In Our

portunlty for any prisoner tc) Ph... .*.41tS SEAFOOD FROZEN
2501 9th St. No. past six years.Excluded ask for Individual mercy. Guild. Everyday: Life At Well As

from the amnestyare Whether the Cardinal will:1 Practicing Our Prayer and

I those convicted of treason,i make this move is strictly uj) CLAMS OYSTERS

espionage, murder and arsonas to him." Abstinence with A More

well habitual criminals.
as Observers here think it un Religious and Sincere AtSCALLOPS .

Cardinal Mlndazrnty, likely that the Cardinal wll I

whose 71st birthday falls on make an appeal for "mercy." II titude. CRAB MEAT

March 29, was sentenced bya -
The amnesty was decreed I We At Pinellas! Seafood
Red court to life imprisonment SA.T. .
less than two weeks aftei'
on trumped-up chargesof Franziskus Cardinal Koenig 12 NOOY Will; Also Strive To Serve LOBSTER MEAT

espionage and treason in Archbishop of Vienna, an- ST. PETHSBUBA BE1CH71th You To Th. Best Of Our .
Pheni '
1949. ATS. Calf: Bit* TBrST
nounced plans to visit Cardina I lIe.uu Tear An...* la si red' br r.D.I.C SEBTICE FROG LEGS
He was freed from jail for Mindszenty in Budapest anc I Ability In Mating Your

four days in October, 1956 dur,, make the personal suggestlor 1 !!IIICIIIUlRlHICt1HftI 1UUftftllllllftUIIIIIIBII. __ _..... = Lenten Menus More Attractive GREEN TURTLE
ing the anti-communist up that he end his six-year asylun 1 == =

3 our Full-Service rising. But he was forced to 1 I at the U.S. legation by goinj OFFERS | And Appetizing.

- CommcrcialBank $ seek asylum in the United I In Various
to Rome. : Shrimp Sizes
:; 2.] &4 Bedroom Homes in |
ma1th.3Q1W/ourmcndv States legation in Budapest Cardinal Koenig said or = =

1f1 Stir tinting howl when soviet troops crushed the>, March 9 before. leaving Rom 1 i:: St. Jud. Parish ITransfiguration LIVE MAINE LOBSTER

I ID 1X Wrwrtjr fit,.",*frr t*H ft,..,CitfHfmndthip ,, Hungarian freedom fighters., for Vienna that he was not act. e

you cut ttnk on/' He has remained at the lega, ing under Vatican Instructions ; e- Parish

tion ever since. "Nobody entrusted me wit:; ::2.-- Sacred Heart Parish

Because of the "crimes" of''an official mission 'to brlnit s PINELLAS SEA FOOD

which he was "convicted." the t, Cardinal Mindszenty to Rome:'E As Low as $Q.OO Down.i.=|

Cardinal .apparently does not:, but I. will privately outlinE 5
... Nwli l If ......,. .,,, ...,. this 6 Phone 862-5163
- 7790 k. VvL (tH. i h.tiI' .IIC.C..tiee benefit from the amnesty.: ButS : possibility to him, h(.! Q 1325 Arlington Avenue N. Phone 862-4134 E I 1533.3rd St. So. St.
Pift Ft.
Premier Kadar also announced I stated. i JlllmimllcImHuiuh1aInh1mmD1In1c1m4u1ut7hIIwIIuhian1lltmmr7: lIii .



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Extension Lay Volunteer'Unlimited ..+' .', The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 29, 1963 Page Three

., !i,\.'.:' Father John A. O'Brien .

I Potential' "
In (=:-- :

Home Mission Work SeenNEW 'J'. i 4 :",,, ,"'$ ,\, .-, : .,<.. Convert Recalls Example Of
k ::7 a; ,

II < ORLEANS (NC)-There is "unlimited potential" ., 1f Serenity that Lead to Faith

in a lay apostolate in the home mission fields, the director

o: the Extension Lay Volunteer .. you like to share your Holy Faith with

has said here. which he is seeking lay vol. WOULDN'T friend? If so, there's a simple wayto

Father John J. Sullivan oi f t unteers in to the spend United a year States working do so. Set him a good example by living a clean uprightlife.

Chicago put it this way: home missions. This will kindle an interest in the Faith that inspires

"It isn't just the shortage ol f:
Religious. The ; He spoke at Loyola and .. such a life. We were greatly impressedTell
Xavier universities here. your friend about your
r with the doctrine of the Real
effective apostolate because frequently the traditional is more| Lay workers do "a first class holy Faith and the powerful Presence of christ in the Holy

job" and In some areas there help it provides for living a Eucharist and we saw how it
misrepresentations concerningthe has been G virtuous life. The influence of
a "major break bodied the teachings ofgood
Church has to do with
Priests and Sisters." through" in convert work as a example Jesus as recorded in the sixth
result of their efforts Father is shown in John's .
The lay missioners' director chapter of St. Gospel."I
Sullivan said. f: the conversionof "
said in an interview that non am the living bread, said
Catholics in the The Extension volunteers Earle B. Jesus 'that has come down
home missions:
"respond most favorably to the I work as teachers, census take Petrik of Ap- from heaven. If anyone eat of

attention ers and in religious education tos, California this bread he shall live forex"or.:
paid them by these
lay people. They're flatteredand of adults, he explained. who relates and the bread that I will giveis

delighted. There also are nurses work- the followinglife my flesh for the life of the

ing in mission hospitals and story: I world."
Father Sullivan came here beginning next to was reared a with
August they But the Jews argued
during a nationwide tour in
will operate two mobile dispensaries : Baptist and at- one another, saying, "How can

in Puerto Rico. Fa- '1t ..., ,' ... .......... .';,".. .. tended church services and this man give us his flesh to
!!f'! :'
ther Sullivan recently visited ......-. ''!;t .::.if: Sunday school. I became in- eat?"

ST. PETERSBURG Puerto Rico. --= ._. .-.,..",., '.: .' y' ::iJ' .., ..::. terested in the Catholic religionin Jesus answered:

While the Extension volunteers BOSTON PROFESSOR VISITS BLESSED TRINITY SCHOOL, OCALADr. August, 1961, when I was "Amen, amen, I say to you,

are called to work one Stephen F. Roach, a member of the survey team by Father William Corry, Sister Matilda Ann O.S.B., recuperating in Santa Cruz unless you eat the flesh of the

year in the home missions, they from Boston College, was in Ocala in mid-March to principal, and the children. Pictured are Bill Branan Jr. Hospital from an accident.I Son of Man, and drink his

LENTEN can volunteer for further serv gather data at Blessed Trinity School. He was welcomed and Kathy Gay. had tried to live a good life blood, thou shall not have life
ice. A sister movement, PAVLA and I kept wondering why in you. He who eats my flesh

i MEALS (Papal Volunteers for Latin Father John B. Sheerin God had allowed this accidentto and drinks my blood has life

America), provides lay mis- I NewBoo1zs I happen to me. As the days everlasting and I will raise

CALL FORHOOD'S sioners for work in Latin went by, I began to take and last "
America him up on the day.
Thin ll.t of CuthoUr book rlea.*)I interest in the Sisters and their
on a three-year basis, he Cardinal Bea Sees Unity Barriers fentlr 111".. prepared by the LIb Hence it is evident that

- Ithat rarl of the Cathol/. Cnirtr.it 7 e t; work. the Chure h'd: oc t r i ne ,n', ibe
said.Father America. noticed their tranquility
I -
Sullivan said the lay Bea's arrival In But Cardinal Bea suggests Christ wills a higher degree peace Heal Presence squares exactly
CARDINAL and cheerfulness when
1 volunteers are provided trans brings memoriesof hopefully: of unity and that His will ADAMS, DOROTHY. The with Christ's words.

siSweetCOTTAGE portation to the area in which the first time I heard him "Let us leave the judgmentof in the matter is evident in Holy Apostles. (Guild, $2.95)). An account ever they came into the room. At the conclusion of the

they will work and also trans speak. It was at an ecumenical the past to the historians Scripture.He for early grades. Though they worked long forum, my wife and I, along
deal with
hours and had to
portation for visits to their convention a t insofar as they have the maintains that accordingto BAUMHART, RAYMOND. with ten others, were received
different of
homes at Christmas. also Ethics; of the Businessman many types patients into Christ's true Church. Our
They Gazzada, Italyin sources let us leave it Scripture itself, Christ did seemed to
CHEESE receive room and board and a September, even more to the judgment of establish an organized Church (America Press. 50c. paper). nothing. ever four teen-age children have

monthly allowance of $50. The 1960. He spoke God and let us try to regain endowed it with the same ruling Reprint of a series. upset them.I also embraced the Faith.It .

volunteers are covered in Ex. to a group of today what was lost centuriesago and sanctifying powers He BREIG, JOSEPH A., The wondered what It was is the source of our serenity

-i tension's group insurance and some 60 ecumenists : the unity of all baptizedin possessed and willed that all Mysteries of Marriage. (Sheed that gave: them such serenityand and joy. Our greatest hap-

are given emergency financial and "he Christ." men should belong to it. & Ward $3.50)). Articles that began to realize it must piness Is to attend holy Mass

assistance, he said. be their Faith. and receive Holy Communion,
pulled nopunches" Then too, he sees the infallibility Then there is the questionof originally appeared in various
11 There are 180 home lay missioners I I and the primacy of magazines. While reading a magazine, I Mr. Petrik concluded.
authority. Cardinal Bea
M'V''A ..:(,{ ., IT in the field this year, missed parts of the Pope as genuine theolog holds that Christ gave St. Peter BRODERICK, FRANCIS L., noticed an ad offering a free

Father Sullivan said, and "we his talk be- ical obstacles.But and his successors Right Reverend New Dealer: course of instruction by mail in Papal Honor AwardS.11GON
expect to have 300 in the field" cause he spokein John A. Ryan. (MacMillan. the Catholic religion.I .
may it not be that the power and authority in the (XC) -Pope John
by next August. He said 85 per French in a $5.95)). Definitive highly documented wrote in for the course.
difficulties of the Orthodox Church. "Feed lambs. Feed
my XXIII has awarded the Bene-
cent of the volunteers are college low tone but I was captivatedby biography of the Catholic After reading the first lesson
arise from the wording of the my sheep. merenti medal to Major Gen
graduates. the smile that played con- school action leader. and the booklet my interest
f doctrines, not from the essential Protestants deny this and eral Charles J. Timmes, chiefof
and I knew that I
stantly on his face. No"one has CHESTERTON, GILBERTK. deepened
CREAMED doctrines themselves? The even that there is no supreme the U.S. military assistance
Blesses say Victorian wanted to learn the whole
C Pope Stone ever discovered the secret of The Age in Litera
Ch Cldk Cardinal feels that diffi-
many ruling and doctrinal authority advisory group in Vietnam.
VATICAN CITY XC Mona Lisa's smile but my guessis ture. (University of Notre story.
( )
-Pope culties with the Orthodox stem in Protestantism. The citation stressed the example
John XXIII has blessed the that the secret of Cardinalflea's from the fact that Catholic Dame, $1.75. Paper). Reprint Then I saw a newspaper ad
the general
given by as
The World Council of about inquiry forumon
cornerstone of a seminary of smile is an irrepressible have used lan- with a new foreword by Alvin telling
theologians a
hopefulness.His Churches, in sending an ob- Ryan. the Catholic religion that a devoted layman.
the Pontifical Institute for the Orthodox do not un- born in
guage General Timmes was
server to the Second Vatican was about to be conducted at
answer to the prophetsof DOUGHERTY, BISHOP
Foreign Missions which Is to derstand.
Council, took great pains to as- St. Patrick Church in the near Innsbruck, Austria, his
Churned fresh be built on the site of his family gloom who groan about the JOHN J. Searching: the Scriptures -
With to the Protes- father, a New York doctor was
regard sure the member denominations town of Watsonville. I took
obstacles in the of Christian (Image Books. 75 cents. by
flavor with full family home in Sotto il Monte. The way tants Cardinal Bea their doing graduate studies. He attended .
that the observer had no wife along.
blessed the cornerstone at unity is this: paper). Introduction to the my
taste appeal! Healthful, Pope audience here for Priests of "I am neither a pessimist nor concept of the unity 0 f the authority to speak officially for Bible reprinted from the Han Though she was not too Catholic schools, took
Church as one of the greatest the World Council its keen about attending, she went his law degree in Fordham University
or member -
too, 'cause it's high the mission institute. an optimist but a realist. over House, 1959 edition.
'Everybody who knows the difficulties. ;t:' churches or to engage in ERNEST BROTHER. A along to please me. The forumwas and practiced law in
In vitamins and Protestants contend New York before entering active -
Many negotiations on their be conducted by Father Walter -
situation realizes that the dif Story of Saint :Frances. (Duja-
that the only unity is duty In the U.S. Army in
proteins. Perfect for necessary Paulist mis
Anthony, a
ficulties are tremendous but half.This rie. $1.50)). Biography for the

Lent's meatless meals. ;:: 00 he also knows that with the the unity found among Chris calls attention to a early grades of a Saint whose sionary. After the first class, 1939.The conferred
L6 tians who sincerely strive to medal was on
real could wait for the
grace of God many things have very and practical problem guardian angel was visible to we scarcely
happened to overcome these live the life of grace in relianceon often mentioned by Car- her. second. the general (March 17)) in the

Phone for home .. Christ's promises of the life Church of Our Lady Queen of
delivery barriers ." dinal Bea. FARNUM, MABEL. St. John We read and re-read the

St. Petersburg HE 5-2111 \J1UlmJ3 What are the barriers that to come. They do not believe If the Catholic Church were Baptist De La Sdlle. (St. Paul literature distributed at each Peace, Saigon by Father (Lt..
that the organizationalunity Cot) Thomas E. Waldie S.S.S.
Clearwater 446-9189 Cardinal Bea sees as still compact to ask the Protestant churches Publications; Alba House. $2.50 class and began to read the
of the Catholic Church is of New York, staff chaplain of
Tampa 87S-1325 obstructing the path of tomorrow to sit down to a discussion cloth; 95 cents, paper). Biog- Bible more frequently."We assistance advis-
at all necessary. read Father Smith Instruct the military
Bradenton 7430171The 4645 9th Street, NorthFLORISTGREENHOUSES unity? of actual reunion, who raphy. -
As regards the Orthodox Now, Cardinal Bea agrees would sneak for the Protes- FOTITCH, TATIANA. A n Jackson, Outlines! of ory group.

Churches, he feels that the that there is a presently exist tants? The World Council does Anthology; of Old Spanish Catholic Teaching and the

A antagonisms that spring from ing unity among all Christianswho not represent a theology: it is a (Catholic University of Amer- pamphlet 14 Noted Converts.We ST. PETERSBURGOVER

historical, political and cultural have been validly baptized. forum, not a superchurch.But ica Press. $10)). Study with text began to attend Mass

/ 4 causes are formidable difficul By Baptism a man becomesa the Cardinal smiles serenely of the developments of the every Sunday and to pray 35 YEARS OF AGE?

ties. For instance, there is the member of the Church of and says that the Holy Spanish language from the beginning daily.

1 remembrance by the Orthodox: Clu-ist. Spirit will solve even this prob-- to the end of the 15th HANDS TIED
Aid for HomelessICA
!!00 Lake T lew Are. !So.WE of the arrogant and scandalous But the Cardinal also insists lem when the time comes. century.INVITATION BECAUSETHEY

WIRE FLOWERS in which the Crusaders behaved '_'__.uu _....._._u_.... __ .'________'. ___ Peru, (XC)-The relief Iii LACKTRAINING
Suncoast's Finest Dairy 867-2136 I way ". :' agency of U.S. Catholics is con
St. l't r borrFor especially in the Fourth 1' : : : e :: v i; ; g s.tI tinuing to supply the bulk of

i Crusade when they burned apart . 7
of Constantinople and installed ':, /" '.. '.fJi emergency assistance for some .
i .. ;
r '
c aaa -.r..r---.r---:' >>-- M55y ., r. 6000 families left homeless bya
J I a Latin emperor and a: : 'f, '.. ......) .."",,<. SCCCESSIIIGII:
(,,.,r;: ,, ,rs '' flash flood. It destroyed two- P.1TSECCRITT
Real Latin patriarch.On ,,, 1f
Estate '
Your ; < :
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d..i1. .. ,a.
4 4 y k. > v' -,, thirds of this city's dwellings,
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the other hand the EM iJJr'" -; ,
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And Insurance Needs Call '} v made up almost entirely of
Latins also had grievances 4.ak' : \ .i Ca. B. loon

I LaVoie Realty & Insurance J against the Orthodox. wy. t;,; t Q.r .: adobe Catholic(mud Relief) houses.Services- Adtaaeed Training

Historic Ordination '. National Catholic Welfare Con- for Mora Information Fill
4154 Central Avenue Phone 896-4133 feJR 'i'.
I ROME (XC)-Ukrainian Rite s ( y( ., ference was first on the scene Oat This Coupon or Call

I '*- Archbishop Josyf Slipyi of \.... ,. ;1'.' with aid for the flood victims, Xam ..................... .

Lviv, released in early Feb-- most of whom were already Address ..,o,"......'...,.," ,'".
after 18 of detention at bare subsistence
For Catholics Of Pinellas ruary years an* living a City ........r.r:.r,'O...........
County in the Soviet Union, will '11ft; level. Civil authorities here

ordain a Priest at the Ukrainian lff'V have announced that govern State . .... .............. '

Calvary CemeteryEndowed Seminary here on April 21, ". '- ment supplies are exhaustedand
.; Gulfport
the first time he has conferred : that future food relief will

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BILL BROWN 5 3100 5th AVE. NO. Francis Chapman C.ss.R., Mrs. Jot Carpenter and Mrs. Verna Sparks. They judged DON'T KEEP IT

ST. PETERSBURG Y 84 posters children of Christ the King School submitted for the open house and book

t4pi fair in Arlington, March 31. Catholic people are inviting non-Catholic friends and UNDER YOUR

neighbors to the open house to see the church, vessels, vestments, altar appointmentsand

to learn about the Mass and other devotions of the Catholic faith.

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Catholic CommentLest Frank J. Sheed Aid to Poland/ Strenathens Moscow I!


Real Presen ice i Explained PRAISE for Joseph Stalin under direction of Bishop Ful- of "peaceful coexistence" im- I

good Marxist and ton J. Sheen. plying! that_ America opposed

good communist," uttered by In pointing out the communist sucn an mea.Gomulka .

To Help Enc]uirer Believeis Khrushchev in early March, to persecution of the Catholic knew full well that
Religion SidetrackedNEAR be understand- Church, It dwell* conispicuously "peaceful coexistence" had been

< 1 THEN Christ said ThW is my bodyany sane pcrsorild 1 able, must blinked on Red l'oland. the slogan under which Poland

several secular colleges through- to college, that a professor can expose him L can see that He cou not have meant it literally up with We are reminded that Cardi., had been taken over by Stalinin

our Diocese there stand buildings to paganism. The student is often invol-, any more than when He sail d 'I am the door.' a big kremlir Wyszynski suffered several agreement with Hitler. I

which are identified as the Catholic Stu- untarily exposed to this paganism under I once asked a man who>I showed much interest In the! endeavor. A s years in prison, that 91 Priests, have in my hand at this moment
the of liberal "'" highlighted Ir killed 260 number 9 of the Communist -
guise education. Mean- were disappeared
dent Centers. What is the status of reli- a unurcn; wna it kept him from joining it-- the Februarj "International" for
while, religion is lost in the shuffle as sort without trace, and that 550 i
was it, I suj ggested, the doctrine of Papa:!1
gion in the colleges? were deported. We are also, 1939, the predecessor as direc
an optional subject with little "
or no Infallibilitycommon ?? "No, he said, "that's plair tional Affairs
I' 1 : tive-giver of the "World Man-
told that 2133 Catholic churcheswere
given little academic '
prestige or emphasis.We ) senPresence. What is the this is "
se. stops me Real:1 the recreation closed. 1st Review.
; recognition by secular
universities. Reli- in America are proud of our I1' tried I cannot believe. oi
very ye just : There have the
we speech
often is the We learn too surprisingly
gion on periphery of American I ,
college life. This is not so of notable heritage of freedom of conscience. However it." Read a;gain the accounts of the Last I" Stalin's- vie that two Priests were sent to[ of premier V. M. Molotov of the

schools of Europe where religion is con- we seem bent on eliminating from Supper in M;atthew 26, 26-8, Mark 16, 22-4, Louis F. Budenz prison for three years for Soviet Union on "The meaning
Luke 22,19written 20. Or read St. Paul's : j jf of the Soviet-German

account nonaggression
translating Bishop Sheen's own
sidered the heart and core of all studies.It our schools religion which is so closely related "
per haps earlier than either oi f tims the l books into Polish. pact, In other words,
captive nations
is sad to conscience. We be thankful into
to see the great amount of can the Hitler-Stalin alliance.
these-I Co]r.t" 11, 23-9. That Our Lord ac. economic battering rams Bishop Sheen is not concerned .

legal machinery that is in motion under that we have Catholic Student Centers tually said 1 that the bread he had blessed l against the West. The aim of with any political or His chief thought is ix-

the banner of freedom of religion when as which constantly remind our Catholic college was His bod[y and the wine He had blessed I the enterprise, as set forth in economic aspects in giving us pressed thus:

a matter of fact the goal seems to be free- students that all knowledge is from was His blood, no ChristianThe i denies. that issue's leading article, 1 this review. "In our foreign policy toward

dom from God and that any acquired knowledge question is, did He mean "CMEA and the Six," is to But we as laymen and as i non-Soviet countries, we have

religion.It which does not bring us closer to God is it literally, or was it a figure of Christians can reject the clear prove "that the planned social-American citizens can soberlyask always been guided by Lenin's

is sad to realize, when a child goes of no avail. speech? If the latter, there is:I meaning only if they hold that 1st economy is superior to the ourselves: What sort of; well-known principle of the

a double strangeness. For, In 1 L it cannot possibly be true. Twc 'coordinated' capitalist econ- i friendly "image" is the United I 1 peaceful coexistence of the

:: Father John J. CastelotPsalm the first place, the purpose of grounds of impossibility are omy." ;States creating for itself, as i Soviet state and of capitalist
using figurative speech is to The narrative covers the al-- some newspapers suggest, by countries."

I i: make our meaning clearer. Let us consider one of them L leged differences between the i giving favorable trade treatment So Itf"l that "peacefulcoexistence"

Reflects/ Saviour's Anauish But what profound meaningIs -that Christ could not possibly Red-ruled council for mutual and support by aid to this i> was the excuse

clarified by His telling the I: have" meant that we must eat economic aid and the atheistic communist regime?
- - European
I for the betrayal of the West,
our Saviour hung ". Apostles to eat a piece of bread[ii l His flesh and drink His blood:: common market. It is naturally The furnishedlast I
dying He trusted In God; let him realized In a transcendent answer was Itas for other
AS way the whole idea is unthinkable.It ,. Just as! every
because represented Hi also directed
; on the Cross, there burst deliver him now, if he wants both the agony and the gloryof is perilous to make our against us. year Wladyslaw Gomulka major soviet move.
own L
I from His parched lips that him." the psalmist.The body? The first of Stalin's vietims 1 himself. He should know,
ideas of probability the limit In a word, as Gomulka
There is second
a strangeness 'for he is the head of the Polish
heart-rending and mysterious The author the
of epistle to divided into : among the captive nations -
psalm is within which Our Lord's mean [ knows, "peaceful coexistence"constitutes
a merely figurativemeaning.
cry: "My God, the Hebrews of the communist party and the Red L
two parts in the confraternity ing must fall. Poland, now allegedly that favorable cover
znyGodwhy glorification of Jesus which followed Polish government.
I 1)S edition, each consistingof In a few hours His body God's ways are unsearchable, stands! highest as an agency under which soviet; power can
have you forK his death and of Gomulka had interview
upon an
ken ?" His three stanzas.In would be broken on the Cross: says St. Paul-because we are to destroy the free world best advance at any particular
a me constant activity in the which was bitterly an
I the first part the psalmist and His blood poured out::: not God: we are not God-men L economically. ;\ period.
These the Church
are puts upon His lips the \ti-American. "The Worker" of
cries to God in extreme dis hardly would think the either. The of the
one i great weapons
opening wordsof words of verse 23: Of 273 industrial enterprises, July 15 and July 22 publishedit
tress. It reminds one of the time to be making figurative Christ "socialist bloc" against us economically
see where
I psalm 21. I will proclaim your name to reasons constructed in "the socialistcountries" in full, and I invite you to
of brethren Book of Job, in which the author remarks about the body and l we see none. are to be two-fold,
surely one in the
my ; midst of ]look it up.
wrestles with the problemof the blood-remarks unclear with soviet technical "International Affairs."
the most beautiful 'V. the assembly I will praise you. so He was, of course, not giving; In the interview, Gomulka says

1 and, from In our analysis i of thepsalm suffering.The that for nineteen hundred I l us a dead body.It assistance, Poland rates started right off by saying: "Ifit They are great Joint electric

? the Christian we s hall see other psalmist, like Job, knows years the vast majority of be is the living Christ we first in number with 74. Also, j depended on the SovietUnion power and oil pipeline systems
_, that God is just, that He Is on lievers would take them for
-- it is out that "in Po- I through all the Red-ruled countries -
point 01 view, striking correspondences between receive, the Christ who has pointed only, the prospect for
one of the most significant of the situation and ultimate the side of the just, and he is plain statement, and build a conquered death, over whom land, per capita power output peace would be very bright in: and regimented trade with
disturbed ,
the psalms. In addition to fate of the psalmist and puzzled by the most wonderful union with death has no more dominion. increased ten-fold." There are I(deed." the West.

Jesus' own use of it to express and those of Jesus. fact that although he has triedto Christ on their mistake! Flesh would profit noth many other statistics leading But he showed that the Uni Socialist trade will gain be-
be faithful us
to God he is
the crushing sense of abandon But the foregoing review of in such dire straits ,and now Between "This is my body" ing, if it had not His spirit and l to the same effect. ted States was the other big cause of its "stable prices,"

which He willed to experience 1 1 the use to which the New Testament ingly abandoned. seem- and "I am the door" there is His life in it (John 6,64)). In this connection, It may :factor in the international scene! which means the cheap results

'1 for our sakes, Saint John saw 1 authors, and our Lord no similarity.The In the seem strange that I suggest i and that it Indicated no desire of slave labor.It .
same chapter St. John
In the Roman soldiers' casting 1 Himself, put psalm 17 should He then describes his suffer- second tells us that ware l for peace. is no wonder that "The
lots for His cloak fulfillment j i indicate quite that ings in graphic and poignant to enter the fold gives earlier words of Jesus;jf, that you study the March-
a clearly they through From thence on, lie'! Pup- Worker" of :March 17 adver-
detail and ends with renewed very startling words, not to be April, 1963, number of Mission.
of verse 19: onsidered[: it a messianic psalm, a Christ, as through a door. It found in ported item hy item Khrush tises many Red Polish products

They divide my garments j i.e., a psalm which referred in appeal for divine assistance.In really is a figure of speech, a Luke.It Matthew or Mark 0 r This miniature magazine is a chev's demands on the free along with East German exports

I among them, and for my vesture some way to the Messiah and the second stanza the metaphor. publication of the society for world. as though they represented -

.. they cast lots. 1 his work. mood changes abruptly to one Consider what a metaphor Is. was after the feeding of the propagation of the Faith He raised aloft the banner "communist buying."

t In verses 8 and 9 the tor- All of Christian traditionhas of great joy. During the war, we might havesaid the five thousand, after the!

mented psalmist complains: 1 of course, taken this same God has come to his rescue that Churchill was a lion:: sermon on the Bread of Life,

i All who see me scoff at me; view; the only question still and the psalmist makes public but we should not have pointedto i that He said "Unless you shall][]l lI -

they mock me with parted lips, discussed: by Catholic scholars proclamation of the divine a given lion and said "That'sChurchill. ear the flesh of the Son of Man[I Father LeD J. Trese

;t they wag their heads: J is the precise sense in whichit goodness, offers a sacrifice of ." Churchill was that: and drink His blood, you shall] l -
not have life in V. I I
"lie relied on the LORD; let 1 i is messianic: literally or thanksgiving in the Templeand particular person, but "lion" Is you.

him deliver him, let him rescue 1 typically. The latter view is invites his friends to sharein really the general idea of Receiving Christ's body and Evaluate Yourself! and (.io Forward I

him, if he loves him." ]preferable.The the sacred meal which courage. blood into us, then, is a matter -

And in Saint Matthew's account psalm is directly and formed part of the ritual. Then Christ our Lord was that of everlasting life. success of American :never "Why?" then my sins to- extensive self-evaluation at
i of the passion we read: literally the expression of the his perspective lengthens and particular person, but "door" L Sonly Not only that, if we receive is due in large I morrow almost inevitably will least once a week.It .

; Now the passers-by were anguish and eventual triumphof he foretells the universal and the general idea of en. them sinfully, it may be a matter part to a policy of continual 1 be the same as my sins today. may be possible for us,

Jeering at him, shaking their i a pious Israelite.He eternal rule of the LORD. trance. He does not point to a of everlasting death, too. self-evaluation. Board of directors I The only change will be on the one day a week, to stop at the

heads In like manner, the is, in turn, a type or figure Next week we shall see some particular door and say "That'sme. So warns St. Paul: and man- ,side of increase.In church on our way home from

chief priests with the scribes of the suffering and eventually of the details of this magnifi. ." "Whoever shall eat this breador agement teams a good examination of work or from shopping. There,

and the elders, mocking said triumphant Messiah, who cent poem. But at the Last Supper He drink: the chalice of the Lord concern them- conscience, causes are much in a front pew of the quiet and

did take a particular piece of unworthily shall be guilty of selves with I more important than numbers. empty church, with eyes on the

Question BoxDivine bread and say "This-this the body and blood of the such questionsas An examination of conscience tabernacle, we can hold our

that I hold in my hand-ismy Lord he eats and drinks; "Which departments should have a positive side, too. personal board of directors

body: all of you take it, damnation to himself, not discerning aresuccess meeting.Our .
Abstaining from sin is only
Paid for Men's Love and eat." the body of the Lord." opening prayer will he
Mercy one half the Christian life, the
And it was of winereallythere : (I Cor. 11,27,29.) ful? Which ]negative half. Spiritually we brief: "Dear Lord, help me to

in the chalice-that He If these things are bread not ? 'V arel know what You want me to
I Q. I find great difficultyIn said "This is my blood of the only, wine only, symbols and L needs
understanding how Catholics The early Fathers of the i suffered and died for us. God I' i idea of goodness is confined to
New Testament which shall be nothing more, how could salva- ing Why ? We then can proceed to a
(Church unanimous in knew when He created -J' keeping from sin.
believe in hell and men I 1
t can shed for you unto the remis-;; tion and damnation be bound How?" Without review of our present status.
hold at the same time that j teaching, with the Scriptures, that He would suffer and die sion of sins. Take self-evaluation God expects us to do things
1 it, all of you I i, up in our receiving them frequent a "Honestly, how much of a
God is merciful. Aren't those 'this doctrine. for them, yet He still created I 1 and drink." worthily? Or Indeed in our re- business, if it did not fail, for Him; to practice virtueas part does God have In my life?

teachings contradictory? The existence of hell is a revealed -them. He knew the price He So clear are the words that ceiving them at all? would at best miss its potentialby well as to eschew vice. How hard do I try, day by day,
truth and is, indeed, a would pay for the love of men,
0 A. The problem of reconcil- He a wide margin. The vitalityof A good examination of conscience to make God's will the norm
}great mystery.We yet thought they were
God's love our spiritual life depends ;) will include such and measure of conduct?
Ing mercy and and cannot hope to set aside worth the price paid on Cal Pope John XXIIIHomage questions my

the existence of hell is one that the necessity of faith in regard -vary. upon regular self-evaluation t: as, "How many acts of "How iniic-h of m)' activityI
has confronted the minds of too. We a s individuals need 1 unselfish kindness did I "
t to this doctrine. We shall perform really "significant, from the
In thinking of the
r men for centuries. Some non- not completely satisfy the non- hell, we should also mysteryof thinkof of Veneration Is does self-scrutiny business.even more than J f, today? How well did I viewpoint>> of eternity?

Catholics have gone so far as I practice patience under -
I Catholics who query us by the mystery of Calvary. The pressure "What needs changing? What
to dismiss the idea of hell, because We humans have an Unfortunate ; ? How often did I speak needs
i alone. changing most
common-sense answers former is a mystery of justice urgently?
l they could not bring There is a need for faith and the latter a mystery of love.; Given Elizabeth Seton facility for selfa word of praise or commendation Where and how shall I begin?"

themselves! to believe that God humility. We cannot fully understand deception.' We easily per- t ? How often did I think of With daily and weekly self.

would send souls to hell. fcuade ourselves that we are G: od today? How often did I ,
continues evaluation
"How Incomprehensible are either. THIS another portion of the text of an English we shall developour
We of Its existence. doing very well when in fact t make a decision in the light of ,
are sure His judgments, and how un Calvary forever stands of the recent address of the Pontiff. He dormant capacity for
as a
S The Scriptures make many references -searchable His ways," says St. monument to God's tremendouslove lauded Blessed Elizabeth Ann Seton during a formal veneration we are not. ,what, would" be most pleasing greater and greater good.
to it. In the Book of Paul. We have a strong tendency, t to God? Life will become more meaningful
for men. Hell stands as a ceremony, in connec'J...... ..... ..._ ,__
? ? ?J.L. too to settle into of habi-
j Psalms for read a rut In addition to
example, we : There are reasons why hell A"U" UI'" ULlI"UI" IJ, our daily examination : as we experience the
formidable reminder to us of tion with her beatification.
"The wicked shall be turned exists. There are no reasons to represented here by peopleof tual behavior and to resist any : of conscience we i satisfaction that a sense of
the price that must be paid Citizens of America have
Into hell." (Ps. 8:18): ) prove Its absolute necessity.God explored different origin and race, attempt (even by God) to dislodge shall do well to make a more ;achievement brings.
for rejecting this love. the sea and air they
Christ said: "It is better for could have had it other pays the homage of veneration us from our accustomed
have given openhanded
thee to enter into life maimed wise. Q. Can a person gain merit tality and employment to hospi- to Elizabeth Seten! groove. It is uncomfortable to

i than, having two hands, to go We can show that God is not from prayers and good works immigrating from people II change; consequently we close

Into hell, into unquenchable unjust in creating those whom performed while in the stateof land. every Let us look more closely at our eyes to any need for TRANGE BUT

fire: where the worm dieth not, He knows will go there. They mortal sin? : change. TRUE
her who has been raised todayto
America has
and the fire is not extin have all been given the necessary A. Only a person in the state overcome with continued to the glory of the blessed: This is why a regular examination *) Little-Known Facts for

guished." (Mark 9:44): ) means for reaching of sanctifying grace can gain rious difficulties courage which the have va- Elizabeth Seton is a prodigyof : of conscience is so essential By M. J. MURRAY 0Ip71IIf.1MI, KC.WC.KmST ......
From the earliest of
days heaven.
merit. Therefore, since no celestial to spiritual progress.
arisen from time to time grace.
the Church Catholics have God loved all much
men so merit is gained in
by a Unfortunately
person many persons
to render her legislation God led this woman through
professed belief in the exist- that He sent His only begotten the state of mortal sin, nothinghas which L think of an examination of
is derived
from experiences and to
prin- many pro
Son to suffer and die for them
I accumulated to be applied ciples of Christian moralityever found decisions concerning her conscience only as a prelude to
that the gates of heaven might:
after confession
more in keeping with the spiritual life, so that faith became very
be and that
opened, they might brief
receive the help for such a person, however, is dignity of the human person.It a habit with her, like her prelude.

it. necessary sincerely trying to defeat and is a source of satisfaction for life breath; and He made her Many make the further mis-
repent his sins, a prayer or us to pay such a tribute to that the object of her neighbors' take of conceiving an examina-
Catholfcrnbltfhrd If men do not reach heaven, good deed be the occasionof tion of conscience
as a
may illustrious nation as an auguryfor love, particularly in a very sad I mere
it is their own fault. They"must his receiving actual "counting up" of sins.
grace further advances in spirit- moment of her existence so _
reject God's love and I II 1 to bring him back to God's ual progress.On that she could palpably feel It does not occur to such

every Friday freely choose to disobey Him 1 friendship. this third Sunday of the presence of God, "who comforts persons to go behind the returns -

FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc before they can call down upon Lent in 1963 for the first time the humble" ((2 Corinthians to ask themselves, "Why
S551 OArd.a S SS1ISt l themselves the punishment Q. I notice that some sec
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there has appeared in glory 7,6)). did I do it? What needs
mast Colonial DrlT. OrU d of the damned. tions of the country haveI
Subscription In U.SJL. and Canadi., different Lenten above the altar of the Chair of We refer to the apostolate,, changing?" The spiritual weed
14.00 per year; other countries I It should be kept in mind I I regulations St. Peter a heroine of the United continues to grow because the A
full of tenderness which the toooJQ,Ml MATTHEW Moose SPCMTTHR
from our Diocese. Why is I ,
$5.00. that there would be no hell I[ S
States of America.To root has not been touched.An r YEARS BUiLDiNG THrt MOOfL CHURCH
________ The Florida Catholic U a member if sin were not committed. this? Filicchl family carried out in FROM ClGAft BOXES vWO t'tATC15iiCg5.
cf the Catholic Press Association the varied concept of theChurch's avowal of love for God Is
and the National Cat hollo Welfare No one Is created for hell; A. Catholics in all parts of holiness, a new note her regard, when she met them meaningless unless we seriously \ : ::
Conference ;News Service. Bogner \ the world are bound to spend
and Martin publishers representa hell is rather a consequence of 1 has been added, bringing withit in 1803 on the occasion of hervisit desire to grow in fidelityto &biii

tin Entered as second class mall sin. It is a place where those Lent in prayer and penance. an element proper to that to Italy. God. '-'- ,'' .tZ5fl".7tP

I May 1. 1933. at Orlando Florida who have refused to love and I I However, the Bishop of each people, because as St. Ambrosesays This local family-a docile instrument Yet, there can be no growth SooM4x PETtRS KOMf MU.
I under the Act of March 2. 1179. liT YIQf _
honor God in this life musteternally ; diocese has the power to dispense the Church is one Kingly of heavenly inspira- in goodness without a frequent PERMAWLWr 1M46( c$. :

honor His justice In 1 L from certain Lenten regulations made of examination of STJO5.EP/4- MOSAIC. --
1 body up parts of dif tions and truly wise in putting cooscience. TWr
WORK MAI BFCNfxfcurrp i"
the next.: which accounts forthe ferent origin: "A queen Indeed them Into practice was a IN THC VATICAs :
Father Vincent! J:. imlth In answering a question of f differences. whose kingdom la undh'ided.standing MOSAIC STUDIO,WMCRf 6VTB2S.SOO iS' -
shining of
Executive Editor fidelity to Many Catholics do make suchan CPLOA GRADUATIONS
Editors: )H.. Jaii e Qolam this sort, I feel that a few I do not feel this presents forth as one body composed the Church and portrayed before examination as a part of Mr AVMLA&i TO 7WF ))4 GREENS THC KAM MODERN e 70sraos.

Iark A. llellwlcJ comments on the love and I any great problem since the of different and distant the eyes of the fervent their night prayers. Here again : _: 5i- \ ;

_ .'''Ih A. lioslerAdvertl'trg mercy of God are called for, Lenten regulations in every peoples" (Explanations of the Episcopalian as Elizabeth then however, the examination too OT DOMESTIC rmqomogAg.-

Manager lest perchance we have a one diocese are publicized well Gospel according to Luke, Book was, the ideal picture of Cathol- often is confined to the question KELPS IM 12.71 IS, AMD STZlTA.VMO WHOSC DIED -- STRONGHOLD ofCATHOUCISH 01BftTCOMEJS .
Friday, March 29, 1963 sided picture of God. enough so that every Catholic: 7, Chapter 11; Patrologia Latina icism as it should be lived, and "What sins did I commit?" BODY IS EXPOSED TOR VCNCRATI '' j REGERM.,

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A The Florida Catholic; Friday,, March 29. 1963 Page Five

Diocesan Priests to Give RetreatsIn _
\ Mass Guide \

High Schools during Holy Week .
y. ''t-t ., SUNDAY, March 31

,: *' 1st Sunday of Passlontlde.

(Continued from Far One) nolly in Resurrection parish at Orlando ::w (Macs of Sunday, Creed,

?- of Education to visit the to!. Jacksonville. Father Cody whois Preface of the Holy Cross).
lowing Father Fahey has engaged in MONDAY April 1
wi.E High Schools and a cousin of Father Martin ,
conduct retreats mission and Catholic press (Mass of Monday of Passion
during Power of Eau Gallic, is a native -
%I Week: of Ireland who was apostolates as well as education t" Week, Preface of II ol y
in the Diocese. He has a
V Father James C. Fahey, Orlando's -S for this Diocese in Cross).
Bishop Moore High Dublin. oroiner w n o TUESDAY. April 2
School for girls. I is a Priest in (Mass of Tuesday of Passion

Jacksonville the Far East, Week, :!nd prayer of St.
t Father John P. Caulfield, Father John P. Caulfield will an Irish missionary -
Francis of Paula, Preface
_ Kenny High School for boys., give boys at Kenny their retreat I like Holy Cross).
-S Father Michael in 1963. Last L5..L
Hanrahan, year and himself. Father WEDNESDAY. April 3

_ Melbourne Central Catholic the year before that he con- Fahey, -_-_ ____ (Mass of Wednesday of Passion -
High SchooL ducted Holy- who teaches at IMPRESSIONS OF GENERAL COUNCIL TOLD IN TAMPA week Preface of Holy

Father James A. Larkin, St. Week retreats Santa Fe in Priests of Tampa and St. Petersburg met with the S.T.D., dean for religious communities at Catholic Uni- Cross).

Petersburg's Bishop Barry for youth. Alsoa Lakeland, and Redemptorist community at Our Lady of Perpetual Help versity of America, Washington, D.C., give his impres- THURSDAY, April 4

High School. 1 ;*JW. native of Ire- assists at St. parish, Tampa, recently to hear the renowned theologian sions of the first session of the Second Vatican Council. (Mass of Thursday of Passion

Father Michael J. Larkin, land, he is a Fr. 'aheJ' Joseph parish (above), Father Francis J. Connell C.SS.R., S.J.D., He will also attend the next session.St. week, :nd prayer of St. Isi.ldore.
member of the there the 1961 retreat for
Clearwater Central Catholic gave .
Preface of Holy
S High School. faculty of Lopez girls at Kenny. At the time, he Petersburg by Father James A. Larkin. He Daytona Beach ter for the High School retreat ,

Father William II i ghat was teaching at Barry Highon Another young Priest who is hs..-. thkpn_u_" kI.y.tS. :.... Father Edwards of County movement. FRIDAY, April 5
A. Kelly. Daytona Beach the west coast. This spring to give the Holy Week retreatat before in this Clare, Ireland, who was ordained Melbourne Seven Sorrows of Dieted
Tampa Catholic High SchooL Virgin Mary. (Mass of Fri.
and assists Father -Father Fahey's retreat will be St. Paul's in St. Petersburgthis Holy Weekprogram a Priest of this DI- Central Catholic High Schoolin
Father Terrell F. Solana, Irvine- -- given to the girls of Bishop year is Father William A. for ocese at St. Patrick parish in Melbourne will hold the first day of Pa ion week, 2nd

Kenny High School for girls. Fr. cauifieid Nugent, that :Moore In Orlando. H ochheim. youth, at Lake- Laro. had.. ,...... .. .......,....... retreat on the school's permanent prayer of St. Vincent Ferrer.,

Father William A. Hoch. school's president, in the parishof Boys at Bishop Moore will This is the land. Another I worked in the premises this Holy Week. 3rd of Seven Sorrows, Preface of

5; heim, St Petersburg's St. Paul Our Lady of Lourdes. Or- attend conferences given by third spring Galway Priest, | diocesan Chan- The retreat of Holy Cross; or Mass

: High School dained in Ireland, Father Caul- Father Earner. He comes froma that he has 'Father Larkin I cery at St. Au- master- -will be 1 Seven Sorrows! Gloria, 2nd

_ Ii Father Richard J. Bowles, field came to Florida from family of nine children in given a retreat. also has Irish gustine during Father Hanra- prayer of day In Pas lonwtt'k

T_ Sarasota's Cardinal Mooney County Galway, of a family Ireland and Last year he relatives in the summer recess ) han, a County ,Preface 3rd of St.of Vincent Blessed Fer-

t High SchooL blessed by religious vocations.He has a sister was at Mel- Priesthood.- --- -He--- -- of St. JohnSeminary 4Priesthood. Kerry native. rer.

I Father James F. Edwards, formerly taught at Moore who is a nun. bourne Cat is on the staff *>. j. Larkin i n I The Irish missionary Virgin 1 ).

Father Lopez High School, High in Orlando. Father Earner FatherIIochheim of Tampa Central Catholic Little Rock, teaches SATURDAY, April fl

Daytona Beach. The girls' retreat at Kenny teaches at %' i High School and assists at where he at Kenny J (Mass of Saturday of Passion

will be given by a native son t"II.h. I Father Patrick J. Caverly, Tampa Catholic v;a i.Uo03; 41.- !
Sante Fe High School, Lake- of the Diocese, Father Solana, High and Barry High *>. iiohh..im James Larkin used to teach at *>. tdwardli Danaherat I SUNDAY: April 7
born in St. Augustine of a family resides at Most and assists at Sacred Heart par- Bishop Moore and assist at Presently a member of Mooney San Jose I 2nd Sunday of Passlontlde

land.Father Michael J. Madden, longsociated as- Holy Redeemer ish, Pinellas Park. A former Winter Park. High faculty and an assistantat parish in Jack- *>. Jlurabu Palm Sunday. (Mass of Sun.
with t :...:..'; where Girls at Notre Dame in St Incarnation parish, Sarasota, sonville. Father Hanrahangoes dar Passion, Creed, Prefaceof
St. Petersburg's Notre Dame rectory B-25 bomber
Academy. the religious he assists in pilot in the U.S. Petersburg will attend the re Father Edwards will give the to Melbourne with pre- Holy Cross).

heritage of the cOldest Army Air Force, Father Hoch- treat conducted by Father Mad- retreat at Daytona's Lopez \ious experience in the Holy
Father Tampa .
Daniel J. Cody, St.Augustine's .
City. He Kr. Earnerparish. heim was born in Minnesotaand den of Orlando. He too is atreats High. Week retreat movement, have Public Veneration
St. Joseph Acad. Father Earner is related -
I will travel to to another nun in Eng-- raised in Jacksonville native of Coun- Sarasota ing conducted one last year for OLD GOA, India (NO-The

emy.Father Thomas Earner, Orlando's JacksonvUle land, and a Priest and two Sisters where he was ordained at Assumption ty Galway and Another native Floridian, Father the students at the Academyin remains of St. Francis Xavier

Moore High School for from who also are Irish mis- Church. has a relative Richard J. Bowles, will St. Augustine. will be put on view for public
Florida's Sun who is a mis- give a retrea4 to High School veneration at the ancient shrine
( boys. sionaries in the United States. The silence Clearwater
I Coast wherehe of the retreats, sionary Priestin students. The Moore High here three days after the closeof
Father Danahrr Is pleased is an assistant the Each retreat master, said together with the hours of Africa. Father School teacher For the third year in a row, the International Eucharistic

flgain to report thumbnail a t St.'r. ol.p.. Department of Education prayer and meditation and the Madden, who assists at Father Michael J. Larkin will Congress in Bombay next year,

biographies of the retreat Petersburg Beach's St. John spokesman Catholic ideals, will for the emphasize conferences with the Priests who has had All Souls' par give a Holy Week retreat, this it was announced.The .
masters for the benefit of youth to time to the students of the new
prior -
experience Saint's
the students In the schools parish. Father Solana teachesat uphold and exemplify. I tIs combine to make Holy Weekat ish in Sanford .. .. exposition of the
in giving will be the retreat Clearwater .-' ..*. body, on December 9, 1964 will
where the diocesan Priests Barry High. Last year he recognized that the High these Catholic High Schoolsa ....._ .
Hr. 'Tont....... Central Catholic wrested
.v..J .no. <<;- masterat ':{ be the first since India
W :
will conduct the retreat con gave a retreat for girls at Bish. School students are pressing special time of grace for in the }'r. Madden' Mooney High 'hl '" control of Goa from Portugalin
towards of
S ferences.S op Moore in Orlando. Father completion that those who do their part. Diocese, is a teacher at Bishop High School, 5'e"5 School. In previous 1961.
They follow, listed by Inter., Solana is phase of their education and Moore and assists in the years he .
a member of the diocesan The boys at Bishop Barry parish Sarasota. Archbishop '
that they are giving serious [
-I parochial areas: conducted retreats It-z --
liturgical commission. thought to the choice of theirlife's High School in St. Petersburgwill work at St. Margaret Mary's, .Joseph I 3?: .I'j
St. Augustine He was ordained in Rome. vocation. have their retreat given', Winter Park.Rules. P. Hurley or- "" at Car- ": Black .Hills '

S SL .Tospnh Arndpmv in ? ., ;'::*'".::'N..:!..."ji.,....<: : v'. Z ... I Gainesville's Catholic and for the .
Augustine, which serves resident FW T:! ..,.y.. '. ... ) y,: Set For Bowles at I
: '. of St. girls at Kenny. I
and day students of High : ; t3 .< Student Center Chapel FEtKUARYlO AntIL2l
School age in the Cathedral Masses OfMotherSeton Augustine. The young Priest Related to sev-
parish will \" was born in Jacksonville. eral religious, *r. M. irkin _ _ _VT_ _
welcome Father \ Lakeland Father Larkin also comes from _

; Father who will County Galway in Ireland and _
Cody dur1 -
Santa has a sister, a nun. He is vice- Tuesday.Thursday,,
n g Holy conduct the retreat at
( Week. The L k.. 'I'AkI S ..'?bJ :,. VATICAN CITY (XC-The Fe in Lakeland, is an Irish I president of Bishop Moore _ _ _
'>' f.l:1w'JACKSONVILLE r. High School where he teaches. _ _ _
school In the 7 ---- f 1 Holy See has specified that unless missionary born in Cork City.
He assists in Good Shepherd ?HONC *
is S special permission is He has Priests
See City in LAKE WAtnt
_ S Masses in honor of parish, Orlando. _ _ _ _
its 94th 5 ear of granted, and Sisters as
training High I Blessed Elizabeth Seton may relatives, bothin Tampa _ _

School youth. __ be offered only in the New this country The young diocesan school St Augustine

Father Cody, 5' : ,__ .5 ___. York and Baltimore archdioceses and in Ireland. Tampa Catholic High, will observe

Fr.Cudy who Is on $ __ .5 and in churches where Father Caverly its first Holy Week retreat -
Kenny's teaching staff also '1. Sisters of Charity which honor teaches at Bar- under the direction of I I

1' assists Father Matthew Con- S I her as founder normally wor- ry and assistsat Father Kelly. _..._.-- ."'A_.." .,..?...?... _
Holy Family The Barry 'Wr. \ '

-5555.5-5-S S .5 ship.No feast day was immediately parish inSt5 High i Schoolteacher I, ...

established for the new Pf'tf'TsbuTt0'.. from '. '
-- ;
S. .>>
_ blessed. But the Sacred Con. This is his first rr. 'n'rIT St. Petersburg :': "' 5
) gregation of Rites specified in appointment as a retreat mas- is an assistant i!r..r.f '

_J 'O.O'D.'S;? S its rescript that the Proper ofa of the dean of ,

Mass celebrated in honor of the area, Mon-
_,S -STEl. :i Jk- .i- -I Blessed Elizabeth should be Catholics will Not signor John J. 'ill
-""' ,
.: the Common of a holy woman Mullins, at St.
_ _a, AT GULFPORT'S HOLY NAME SCHOOL who is not a virgin.It Aid New Jersey YPOMPTON Paul parish.Previously __ -'_-.I..!__')
f Father Frank P. Goodman recently welcomed Dr. :Marie Gearan, the Boston College said also that the New Fa- g :
l professor sent to his school to gather data for the diocesan evaluation. :Mrs. York and Baltimore archdioceses Priests in 12 New ther Kelly
it STEAKS Marie Johnson (right), principal, presented pupils to the visitor, from the left, Deborah -where Mother Seton ishes have objected here to a sister High and in Our Low Cost

_ Toot of nan St. \Uductit Louise Barker, Nancy Ann Badolato, 'Betty Rose Lusby and Laurence Beau- lived and died-must! hil"et'pf'dal proposed YMCA appeal for Irish
her ing
: 4 9136 champ, all of Gulfport's Holy Name School.Refugees within a services year of honoring her beatification. general public support. cluding a Plan

Catholics cannot supportthe Father Kelly

The dates of these observances YMCA, they said. ty can keep an accu-

'E:. :'$'Y st{ LlN,G 'I).FtAl. :M. Y ; :L.l t- -'1".1't.UTQJX are to be set by the legi-- In a letter signed by 22 dained in of your spend-

Priests in suburban Paterson
timate Church authorities.The
.I Drug IthLl, Coa".tlt',UILE 1'KKsCKIiTlON Cigar: and Camrra: >KKMCK Departments ''- : ; kyy :ri' Holy See's decree is in parishes and distributed to to be present l.su.'I. and ready keep to

and Soda BarS it said that named,
Fr* IMrkup and Delivery Luncheon line with those pertaining to parishioners, was with
budget our
im l. XV 1-I.SI. 8-0735
2033 IHandlnr other blesseds. This declarationof the proposed WayneLakelandYMCA have been
43U Janinie. Kd. 771-690J
----I U. Q. I\ TERI.IXO, wnrr-Ma.asrr J at Mass Archbishop Slipyi a person's holiness does not could not be representedas diocesan I I. checking account

DALLAS (XC) Some 700 MUNICH (>O)-Archbishop) normally allow public venera- a "community project." tion. .

-- Cuban refugees recently attended Platon V, Kornyljak apostolic: tion outside of dioceses or re- "No project from which a

!II[ I a Pontifical Mass offered exarch of Ukrainian Rite Cath. ligious orders connected with considerable proportion of the St. Augustine

I I III in Sacred Heart cathedral olics in Germany, speaking or l the "blessed" in a special way, community is excluded on con :>: *.w. ttorlr*
p. I here by exiled auxiliary Bishop Radio Bavaria, expressed th<<:; and does not allow for display scientious grounds can appealto honlil rrach National Bank

_ 1 II Florida's' Eduardo Boza Masvidal of hope that soviet authorities; of the beatified person's image the general public for sup- offU pictures no thould later

Havana, Cuba. will allow recently freed I in a church or provision for port," the letter said. Friday for Safety Service

Bishop Masvidal who now Ukrainian Rite Archbishop:, Mass and Divine office in his "A church-related or a lowing Friday' -

Catholic College lives in Caracas, Venezuela, of- Josyf Slipyi of Liviv to returnto i lOr''. her honor unless special church-oriented program auto-
--j fered the Mass in commemoration his archdiocese i in the! permission is granted.
excludes those whose
of the beginning of the Ukraine. There was no indication what matically

Cuban war of independencefrom Archbishop Slipyi was released date might be set aside as religious tenets forbid themto SCHOOLSROSARIAN _

I ofDistinction Spain in 1895. by the Soviets in early', Mother Seton's feast day. subscribe," the letter added.

Chalice Returned February after 18 years in l Refugees' Center The letter said that the

1,1 prison in the Soviet Union. YMCA philosophy ACADEMYResident
"propounds a
(XC) John
Cardinal D'Alton Faces Chinese who have and affirms a religious! and day school forgirl.., on shores of beautiful
primate of DangersSAIGON refugees
accredited. New
twelve. Fully
Lake Worth. Grades one to
I all Ireland who died February (NO) Fat h e 1. come into this sixsquaremilel tradition and an ethical code buildings. All sports, music art, dramatics. Directed by

1, left to his native parish here (Capt.) Bernard J. Pattersor: Portuguese enclave during the which are essentially non- Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog) address: Registrar,
; For Young Men and Women the golden chalice which Clare- ROSARIAX ACADEMY WEST PALM BEACH
I O.S.B., U.S. Army chaplair:1 past three years, 13,037 were Catholic."
t Ii ( morris parishioners presented from St. Bernard Abbey, Cull"
_ i iI' registered at Casa Ricci, a It concludes: "No Catholic -
i I IIi to him when he became a Bish- Alabama has
I' I I op in 1942. man dangers, of guerrilla warfare? Catholic center for Chinese may, in conscience, hold mem- ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES _

i The Chalice is a replica of refugees. During 1962. 6,200 bership in or support the
WRITE in Vietnam twice since his arrival
Ii! the Resident and day school for girli.! Grades one to twelve. Fully
precious de Burgo chalice seven weeks ago. refugees came to the center. YMCA. and general!
accredited. Program includes: college preparatory :
made in Galway around 1500 A helicopter in which he wa< music art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Ho y
i iIii courses, ,
__ DIRECTOR.OF ADMISSIONS I and now in Dublin.TERMITES in the. National Museum a ing.passenger Three made weeks a crash later, land th S: SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa, Rorida. I _

1 Iii SAINT LEO COLLEGE I Ii Vietcong communists fired or 1 Resident and Day School for Girls, Grade 7-12
II q !, a U.S. Army plane he was fly- Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited
\ in 2200 feet altitude. } Art Dramatics Tennis Swimming HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN
j j/ ing at Music -
i I I \ '. 1: ;( bullet penetrated the cabin' For further particulars address: Sister Directress ANTONIO

SAINT LEO FLA. I fatally wounding a fellow pas _
Conducted by the Benedictine !Sister
Iii IiiIii senger of the chaplain, ar I
warrant officer. SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMY Resident and day school for girlsCrades/ nine through
Iii SWARMING? JENSEN BEACH twelve Academic and commercial courses and private

: I Presently offering first two years Father Patterson was flying I Resident and day school for girls- grades one through eight. classes In the fine arts arc offered Extensive campus with _

I Affiliated with the Catholic University of America caH to three places in southwesl Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swim- private lake in a healthful location provides opportunity _

1:1ji1j: Qrlcinfor _Vietnam to offer Sunday Mas:; ming pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art for all sports.
Order of Saint Benedict of Florida in each for U.S. servicemen-, dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint FULLY ACCREDITEDFor

III ji1j II members of the military advisory 5- Joseph. For further ;information, apply to: Sister Directress farther information address _
th ak of your horn* group hera. Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen Beach.


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Fage Six The Florda Catholic, Friday, March\ 29, 1963
'" Life Enriched

h-_ College Students Benefit By Center at Winter Park

(Ootlaurd from race One) range of human knowledge.The .

: By New Catholic CenterWINTER he concluded, when educators Catholic Student Center
attempt to censor out of the Winter Park, marginal
classrooms the basic reality of though; it is proclaims said
Archbishop, that Cod is,
PARK life, because when ;you censor
that lie is the Alpha andOmt'ga
I bishop Joseph P. out God, you falsify the, whole
: is located not far and the only
entity that can adequately
I welL Inter-parochial.. .. LeesburgST. explain all the other thing;
offered lor the (;athol
taught in a university or col.
dents attending PAUL
leges. Father Keith Symons is call
the Center, he con-
ing attention to the half-hour Through
The Diocese! of St.
radio broadcasts on March 31 cluded, men and women who
in recognition of these and April 7, the 11th and 12th have set their caps for higher
years for the youth,
stations respectively of the education will be constantly
i a former private
Stations of the Cross narratedby reminded that the world theyare
the E"
northeast corner of
and Knowles avenues. ;: Gray moor Friars. studying is God's world.
Wells converted it to ; His St. Paul parish Holy The dedication of the Student t

student center, gemlike Name Society is sponsoring the Center emphasizes, he said, t tman's
: of broadcasts, every Sunday during -
appointments and at
his highest
deepest calling
time functional. area Lent, on Radio Station '

His parish church \\'BIL.11IW.H ,,,,, aspirations. ....
... _. ..'' : ':; \' Sr T
't'f .lW
.M.M 1 < :;..Jo. ..
iticugdiei:: Mary is located:: :: ; ''''"w'1"" '<\'''>'' .'
: ,
: ; ; ,' {;:< ": ; \ '
northwest corner of : : : :::: / -'
: t" ; : .
; '
Knowles avenues, so : ",,,/.; ':..,,{f>\::''., '\-",,, :' ':/ ,
'" .
I <
Student Center for i f ,.;.., r lIL
lins College students r
close to the heart of : : ; !;;: / .t'j:

life, the tabernacle of :

e ish have church.been invited Some 250 to : % / 0 : fitv' __

the Catholic Student !i: 'I % )

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Washington Letter '' The Florida Catholic, Friday March ::9. 1963 Page Seven

I Lessons from Cuban'Crisi Listed_ 1 1 1 I4 I Joe Williams

, 1 4 J

T crisis caused by communist-manned missiles in Cuba "had its value," if we will Orioles Made Stronger By

I learn the lessons it has to teach. This is the advice of a committee chairman in

I congress who says the Cuban crisis "placed in sharp focus Moscow's true intentions M a cP hail's Shrewd Trades

I as far as our country is concerned" and "revealed the insincerity of Khrushchev's talk t __
of 'neace' _
----- and r idea of a MacPhailian]l baseball operation, even by
boldly demonstrated
The congressman speaking successfully of communist can-In a very | ; A&t ______ THE
Is Francis E. Walter of Pennsylvania its total takeover power short time and against the will S;r j I' tS ; 5' 5 S 5p transmission, being i conducted with reticence ands

chairman of the on our very doorstep." of the great majority of the ,'t .5 5 -u' reserve, however competent, Lone not readily digested by any-

house of representatives << Here, he sass! are some ofthe people-convert a once independent who was exposed to the i tornadic leader of the clan.
committee ;
lesions to be learned from anti-communist nation mercurial
on un-American activi. t 4 Bombastic, brilliant flamtintransigent boyant, charming, ,
S that crNN' !': into one enslaved by '- .
ties. The quotations are frorr commu- $ productive, uni nhibitM_, os.
National boundaries -------- --
lose nism.
his introduction to the 19G2 annual : tentatious, emotional tak[e your pick
their meaning once communism .
S report of that committee.He takes over any nation. "Countries" in the western ___ singly or collectively, they give you a
contends that the "real I "We should stop thinking In vulnerable to the are communist not .f S glimpse, or a full-length pic ture: of Le-

shocker" of the Cuban crisis the outmoded conventional land Stanford MacPhail the Elder. As

is not that the missiles were:! terms of a communist 'Cuba,' a seizure of pouer.n"In panjandrum of the Dodgers,,I and latera ::

''set up "just DO miles from our communist 'Poland,' or comI the U.S. communist ii! ;_ ; Yankees, he was the kind of guy who'dextinguish '' 7j .

shores," but "the Kremlin had I munist 'Bulgaria.' These one- party 10,000, hard-core with Its members upwards and of : summon the north wind to a s--J J-

time nations are no longer many additional thousands of match. MacPhail, senior, blewball out of base- .
Minister separate countries but rather
Received communists and sympathizers, some years ago when 1 the Yankees !

VATICAN' CITY (XC-POpE|! parts of the International communist the Soviet Union has a larger, ; ; ; __ \ S'S : won another pennant. In a now-historic 'I
state. "Cuba is
'! John XXIII received Turkey's no better organized, and more experienced __ outburst, MacPhail had shed to the
Jonger Cuba; it I Is? an advance
foreign minister Feridun Cemal outpost of the Soviet Union In fifth column in this S 14 4ss stadium dressing room, seizec d: the mike and announced he

Erkin on his state visit) to theHoly the Americas." country than it had in Cuba was quitting baseball, a nev flash that took the playin I

See with praise for his I' -"A relative small number shortly before Castro's seizure away from the conquering
nation's efforts to aid war of power." heroes.At the big leagues, then, whenit

prisoners during World War To Visit Fatima -"Cuba should teach us that the time he, Dan Toppingand looked as if I was doomed, '

II. freedom is not free. Del Webb owned the gave me a reprieve," the Baltimore .
( )-Arcadio Cardinal -
During the recent audiencethe "All who enjoy its bounties Yankees. manager said.
Larraona C.M.F., prefectof
Pope recalled his tour of the sacred congregation of ,must be constantly alert to Two of his boys, Bill (TV) Instead of a new manager,

duty as apostolic delegate to| rites, will preside at ceremonies those forces which threatenit "',. ., .. ,."....h. N_..._ ..-.,...""......,."'... _...y .... ._ and Lee (baseball) followed. MacPhail'junior, got new of
Turkey ((1934-1D44)!) ) and said the and, more important ready ORLANDO WINNERS and were to make good on players, acquiring by way
12 and 13
May marking the
Turkish government's war asS to act suiftly and decisively their trades, Louis Aparicio and Al
: 46th anniversary of the Blessed : St. Charles basketball team went undefeated through a nine-game schedule in own. Smith from the White
sistance efforts were "a workwhich against! them. Bill know. Lee ;
Virgin's first appearance here. Orlando this season. Other grade school teams entered in the league were St. Margaret -
Mike McCormick, Stu Miller
merits being recorded. "What has happened in Cuba, has nothing at all in common
Cardinal Larraona will offer happened some earlier in Mary, St. James and Good Shepherd. Awards will be made by Coach A. Mas- and John Orsino from the
Pope John also lauded Tur. years with his pop, except brains.
the first Mass to be said in saro on the of :March 30 when the team will be treated
to steak
for missionto Guatemala. It has now hap evening a dinner. He's unobtrusive Giants; Pete Burnside from the
key inviting a papal honor of Our of Fatima soft-spoken, ,
visit the sites of four early of Lady the diocese pened in almost a score of Boys are, from left, first row, James McNulty, Robert Koerner, Paul Horrell, Tim almost shy, with a boyish exterior Senators and Dick Brown from
as patroness of
ecumenical councils in that L Leiria. countries."It Lawton, Robert Garvey; second row, Joseph Muscato, Greg Miller, Gerard Tozzi, that conceals a hard, the Tigers.

country-Nicea, Istanbul (Con The Blessed Virgin first could happen here," Con- i Robert Wohlust; third row, James Stott, Arthur Simms, Hubert Nagle, Joseph Lath- tough independence. Last time we looked the
and ap- gressman Walter warned.Vatican rap Robert Crate.Jio This last-named Orioles stood at 11 wins in 15
I qualitywas
stantlnople), Ephesus peared to Lucia dos Santos and ....
Chalcedon and for Issuing demonstrated spring training games and
a her cousins, Francisco Marto admirably
special series of stamps com, Ian winter when, In his Capacity Orsino, a throw-in, had hit five
and his sister Jacinta
4 on May
memorate the mission's visit. 13, 1917. Francisco: died in 1919 RacAsCondem: Cites Pope's Words I New Films as general manager of home Aside runs.to the elder: Don't
and Jacinta died the followingyear. the Baltimore Orioles he re
I The kid's also
Renewed rrrrntly and tla.altiedi hired Billy Hitchcock, de. worry. going to
d ORLANDO Lucia is a Carmelite nun I by th. Legion at Ttftrntr.Morally be a big noise, but in his own
in Coimbra, Portugal.Senator nation of Prize Fighting spite a disastrous season
Unobjectionable for The popular and conventional quiet way.

WINTER PARK General Patronage: decision would have been to

UrgesBill (Continued from r.ce One) of the natural L1It is has assailed prize fighting on PT 109 (War.) 1 fire the manager. It would also ORLANDO

FRANK A. DELUCA knocked out by Sugar Ramosin enough to apply them with moral grounds several times UGLY AMERICAN, THE 1 have been the easy way out.
to Regulate
ALTKKATIONS AIHUT1ONSRKTAIKfl a title fight in Los Angeles Intelligent reflection and rectitude before. (Univ-Intl.) And fan appeasement in Bal-

}'ItEP: KRTIMATKS Boxing in U.S. (March 21)). of conscience to am'riie Only last April it condemned Morally UnobjectionableFor timore, where baseball runs WINTER PARK"SAY

IJrenned Bonded Builder (Neurosurgeons have stated at the conclusion that professional boxing as a "homi- Adults and Adolescent ;second to horse racing, thirdto

PHONE GA 2-1593 WASIIIXCITOX (XC) -Senator that Moore apparently sufferedthe professional boxing, such as cidal career." That condemnation HOUSE OF TUB DAMXKI) pro football, is not a matterto IT WITH FLOWERS"

lOtS Lk. NrMont l)r. -OrUnd E tes Kefauver of Ten- injury when the back of It Is at the present moment, was prompted by the (Fox) be lightly weighed. COLLEGE PARK
nessee has paid he will rein- his head struck one of the ring ns a fact or as it I is practiced, death on April 3, 1D62, of Cuban Morally Objectionable in Presumably the young executive .

troduce his bill to put boxing ropes while he was on his way is a sport that is objectively boxer Benny "Kid" Paret of Part for All < reasoned: "The fans FLORIST

JIM BLAKE under United States govern down from a punch landed by immoral." brain injuries suffered in a FREE, WHITE &. TWEXTVOXE didn't stay away on account of FLOWERS BY WIRE

OFFICE SUPPLYPUIIXITURK ment regulation.He his opponent. The surgeons The day before Pope John March 24 welterweight title (Amer-Intl) the manager, nor will they 2120 Edgewater-GA 3-5771

said the death of Davey stated, however, that an accum- spoke in Ostia Lido, the editorof fight. Condemned >come back just because there'sa Orlando NIte GA 2-089'

:Moore was "another tragic ulation of blows Moore received ]/'O ervatore Komano, Vatican Discussing the same incident, PLEASE: XOT NOW new one."

OFFICE SUPPLIES milestone in boxing history," earlier in the fight may City's daily newspaper, Father francis J. Connell )Fr.) We were discussing! Mac

MI 7-2C52 and the "time has come for have made him more susceptible -branded the Moore-Ramos fight"a C.SS.R., former dean of the Phail's bold action- with irTDIAPER

658 ORAXGE AVR, W.P. boxing either to be cleaned up ] to the brain injury). crime which dishonors our school of sacred theology at The National Legion of Decency Hitchcock In the Orioles' dugout '

or abolished." Vatican Radio said the Pope's 'civilization.'" S &'the Catholic University of announced on March 21 at Miami the other day. : SERVICE

Ills bill would insure a words of condemnation are "all Raimondo Manzini said in aii|l America, said it is "difficult to that through a typographical "What can I say? How many 2)00 C. ROIINSON I AV-

t FAIRVIEWCleaners do'i!' check on the phj>ical the graver; : ia view of his vell- editorial that "another Crime*reconcile prize fighting as we error three motion pictureswere other general. managers would

& condition of boxers and he known itimisrn." has been committed. in the have it today with Catholic listed in the wrong classi- have had the courage to take' ..i rvttv 8.ort RINKS m ounut t nstriiS;
Laundry DIA'U LAtOU'OI't ftSHD
would advocate the abolitionof "AH sports have their risks' idol of boxing." principles of morality." fication. the stand he did? .. 'AIIIIfAlY,U UIt'S OIOOORI7CO"LlU"."IIIIUS OUPII PAILS I CO.fORT

: Dependable Featuring Fabric Care boxing If Congress failedto and this is not the reason for The editorial continued: '. Father Connell called for The movies were evaluatedfor "He'd done two things for ..TOM ro P\JLU MW stmo IAn MAtAZlNE DIA US:

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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 29, 1963 ; ; ,,,:, '.' .t. St. Joseph New
Said Havana ForCuba's ,
Requiem in -'.....

: Apostles Live in Bishops Cardinal Blesseds LaudedVATICAN

[ ArteagaHAVANA CITY (NO-Pope
John XXIII has again lauded

Of Church Prelate Says (NC-A Solemn Requiem Mass was offeredin the newly beatified Blessed

_ L the Havana cathedral for Manuel Cardinal Arteaga y Elizabeth Seton and Blessed

1! WINONA, Minnesota (NC-Archbishop Leo Binz of Betancourt, 83, who died March 20, in San Rafael Hospital Luigi Palazzolo, as well as

1..___ voicing praise for St. Joseph.At .
St. Paul, Minnesota, has said here that Bishops were "the : lltn:: in the cathedral. Absolutionwas his audIrnce .
: regular weekly
The Archbishop of Havana
spokesmen of divine cer- : imparted In the afternoonby
_. 1 that "the test of the Christian had been in failing health for on March 20, the Holy
tainty. Bishop Alfredo y
!spirit is neither the sincerityof more than a year. He suffered Father told some 7000 person
"Firm In their apostolic San Martin of Cienfuegos.The .
that Mother Sfton'i"Kreatly
4 the individual alone nor the from arteriolosclerosis, and
trust," Archbishop Binz said, -,., only two Cuban prelates desired elevation to
1 brilliance of his mind, but unIon contracted pneumonia about
the Bishops of the Church have j with that Bishop to whom two u'eeks.before his death. not in Havana for the the honors of the altar gives

throughout history "maintained :apostolic authority has been j Bishop Coleman F. Carroll of funeral services. were exiled one' hope that innumerable
the clear vision of Christian
-- 4 committed in every place. j Miami was among prelates at- auxiliary Bishop Eduardo other sons and daughters of

ralth. "The tradition of every age j i tending the Requiem Mass. The Boza Masvidal of Havana the United States will followher

"In a world of skepticism, has been recognition 0 f the j! Cardinal was buried :March 21 on the road of virtue and

-Stance and doubt, theyI primacy not only of honor but in the family mausoleum in and Bishop Carlos Rin Anglesof the most generous charity."

I ive in every age been the of jurisdiction of the Roman I Colon cemetery. Camaguey, who is in i 1 Blessed Luigi is still presentin
to'!okexmen- of divine certainty Pontiff." There was no funeral proces- Spain.In .:' IIl the Bergamo diocese throughhis

- ," he said.Archbishop. said the .M7'it J- works and is today an example -
The Archbishop I sion. The Cardinal's body wasI August, 1960-19 months ;

.________ Binz spoke at the remembrance of the suffer- I transferred privately from theI after Castro seized power in for all Priests, the Pope

consecration of Bishop George ings and death of Christ has I cathedral to the cemetery.At Cuba-Cardinal Arteaga was __ __ O__ _-. added.
H Speltz as titular Bishop of bad a great part in the making the time of the Bay of the first signer of a joint pastoral AMERICAN AT P APAL AUDIENCE Above all, he said, he wantedto

Claneus and auxiliary to Bishop of Apostles and holy Pigs invasion of Cuba in April, by the Cuban Bishops denouncing Ann Theresa O'Neill, Ba Itimore high school girl who pay tribute to St. Joseph
Edward A. Fitzgerald of whose feast was the 38th anniversary -
Bishops. 1961, the Cardinal took refugeat communism.The was cured from leukemia .through the intercession of
Winona.He Bishop's pectoralcross embassy in of his own consecration -
Citing a the Argentine
Cardinal Arteaga letter said governmcnts Blessed Elizabeth Seton, a ttended her beatification in
was consecrated in Sacred as a symbol of this aspectof Havana. He remained there as Bishop.

I Heart cathedral by Bishop his office, Archbishop Binz until Argentina severed diplomatic guided by communism"are March. Pope John met the young American, presentedI. Pope John spoke of his long

Fitzgerald, with Bishop Peter continued: North of SpainTo relations with Cuba among the worst enemies by Father Luigi Bisoglio C.}: ., Mother Seton's postulater, I devotion to St. Joseph and saidit

r: \V. Bartholome of St. Cloud, "A long and impressive list Give its Sons early in 1962, then was trans the Church and humanity standing. At left is Archl)ishop Enrico Dante, secre- was "one of the greatest

Minnesota, and Bishop Fred- of Bishops have died the deathsof ferred to the hospital. have known in their tary of Rites. sources of consolation to him

erick \V. Freking of Salina, martyrs. Nor is it lost uponus For Mission Work Cardinal Arteaga Is the entire history." :In the most sorrowful days of

Kansas, as co-consecrators. that the lesson of the pectoral Freed Prelate Of :life."
J MAASTRICHT, The Nether, third Cardinal to 1963. The letter also stated: "The Speaks
Archbishop Binz in his sermon cross is an inspiration His death reduces the Col. absolute majority of the Cuban Music Educators
'lands (XC)-A new seminary
J stressed the "clearness ofvision" even in our own day. Slipyi, train for Priestpoorareas lege of Cardinals to 82 mem people which is Catholic, is 'Unshakeable Faith' CLEVELAND (XC) The
i to
L and "strength of purpose" Beran and Mindszenty are .
atheis- Educa-
against materialist and National Catholic Music
required of a Bishop.He worthy of the most glorious j of Europe will open in l
names Cardinal Arteaga, who visited tic communism. They could tors Association will hold its
the Institute of European
however traditions of the Church. ROME (NC)-Archbisho]}D: Josyf Slipyi in a sermon dur-
Priest-Aid has announced[ the United States several times, only be led to communism by 1963 convention here April 23
1 ing his first public Mass sine e his release from 18 years of .
often stressed "the urgent necessity deception or coercion. to 27. Among the principal

here.The Madrid seminary, the for the union and mu- In December, I960, Cardinal imprisonment in the Soviet Union has said that a Priesthe speakers will be Father GerardS.

Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home second to lie opened by the tual defense" of the Americas. Arteaga, together with other needs "unshakeable faith in t existence and love of God." Sloyan, head of the religious!

:i 557 CLEARWATER-LARGO ROAD-LARGO institute, will educate seminarians Before the Castro takeoverof members of the Cuban hier- the The Eastern Rite Primate of theology he said, a Priest must education department at the
Telephone 584-2119 from northern Spain, Cuba, the Cardinal had advocated archy, signed an open letter to celebrated the have "an unshakeable faith in Catholic University of America.
Byzantine Rite Liturgy (Mass)
reforms that would
one of the few areas of the Fidel Castro which
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24 a congregation of Greek
world where there is no lack provide for religion courses in protested marxist attacks on of God because there can be
the country's public schools. seminarians here at the churchof rII1 Wuu",,( t'mt
of Priests. the Church. weeks and months in the life
St. Athanasius last Sunday.
PHONE 877-7524 The institute already rum; Pope John XXIII has senti "We must remind you, Mr. He had appealed In public of a Priest when he is isolated, A. II. Craig Randal L. Bennett

Europe-Seminary here which I i the following telegram to hit Prime Minister," the letter just a week earlier, at the abandoned, derided and beaten. Ambulance Service

- trains students from Belgiumthe immediate successor, Archbishop stated "that the Church has VA 4.1673
A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL beatification of :Mother Eliza "He may suffer hunger and
_j Netherlands, Luxembourg, E\eHo Diaz y Cia: always taught as a fundamental ST. AUGUSTINE
3809 N. ARMENIA AVE. beth Seton, for the first time cold and see his clothes reducedto
Switzerland and Ireland. "Profoundly grieved by news of human conduct the
since reaching here on February and his shoes without
TAMPA 7, FLORIDA The decision was made at :i of the death of the Most Excellent of spiritual values rags
.primacy 9. He now has an apart- soles," the 71-year-old prelate BEACH MEMORIAL
the institute'sboard Cardinal
of Archbishop
recent meeting ;i over interests of a material
ment in Vatican City. continued. "What matters is
at which coadjutor Arch- Arteaga y Betancourt, We raiser order and for that the Cuban CHAPELSt.
: HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL bishop Franziskus Jachym o prayers to the Almighty, beg- ecclesiastical hierarchy is Speaking in. Greek Metropolitan -. the apostolate. Petersburg Ilrh 160-5577
Slip ( told the seminarians
Air Conditioned Chapel- Parking Lot Vienna presided. The time foi ging that divine mercy mayr ready to stand sacrifice with that a Priest's life Referring to the' religions SEMINOLE BEACH

FOSTER E. HEATH, Funeral Director opening the Madrid seminar welcome his soul in eternal out any fear, and to lose every- is not ea.y.In situation in the Iron Curtain MEMORIAL CHAPELSt.

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Lakeland! Florida Phone 682-0 III I I Ii nounced. reward for his generous serv- from these principles." said:
Europe-Seminary resultec I ice in the Church.
Cardinal Arteaga was respon- "You heard the (Gospel)
from a proposal made by Arch- "While expressing Our heartfelt Pope Visits Vicar
sible for the construction of
story of the deaf and dumb
bishop Jachym in 1958 thai I condolences to that archdiocese other ROME (NC) Pope John
several churches and
man who was cured. The Eastis
countries with many vocations 5 We send greetings full XXIII has paid a surprise visitto
i- Since 1915
& arch-
Serving Eustfs Vicinity buildings in the Havana today deaf and dumb and
send Priests to countries hav:. of paternal affection to the be- the bedside of Clemente Cardinal ..
I diocese. His outstanding is waiting for its ears to be
ing few.Bishop. loved Catholic Cuban nation, Micara, his vicar generalfor
achievement in this area was
opened and its tongue to be
n for whom We invoke the peren- Rome, who has been ill for
Zeller Kennedy & Hamlin the building -of the Seminaryof loosened.
Named Abbol
nial assistance of heaven and some time.
the Good Shepherd in Ha- A MODERN HJNERAl
"The does not wish to
..AUTUX France (XC)-Pop*; upon whom We impart a special which completed in The Pope left the Vatican Pope

c rnIIAL 1BIoIMIIE: John XXIII has given the .historic ,. apostolic blessing." vana 1945., Once the was focal point for about 4 p.m. on the feast of avail himself of his authoritybut Moy ofd Duryca. .-!(.-oak AC ftjf

title of Abbot of Cluny t() Four of Cuba's seven members -i candidates to the Priesthood, the Annunciation and spent an he acts with great love to- 649 2nd Ave.'So. Ph. 862-650J

Bishop Lucien Lebrun of Au.- of the hierarchy were at hour in the 83-year-old Cardi the entire East
326 ORANGE AVENUE- EL 7-2636-7-4662 it is almost empty today. ward as a good ST. PETERSBURGKYLEMcLELLAN1
I tun and his successors. Th<; the Requiem Mass, which was nal's sickroom in his apart "

AMBULANCE SERVICE title has been attached to the:j offered by Monsignor Cesar ment in the apostolic chancery shepherd.

Autun diocese. Zacchi,.charge d'affaires of thef Statue Honors SaintMONTEMORONOVO .In downtown Rome. .

I The Benedictine abbey o papal nunciature in Havana. (XC) The Pope told Cardinal Mi INC.

Cluny, founded in 910, was ;:i The Cuban prelates at theI -A bronze statue of St. John cara, an aide said later, that he

BRETT FUNERAL HOME leading religious and cultura Mass were: Archbishop Evelio I of God, paid for by gifts from decided to stop by because he FUNERAL DIRECTORS

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Red I The Florida Catholic, Friday March :29! 1963 Page Nine,

I Guerrillas Cannot Conquer I

Vietnam but May Win by Default I I Holy Name Societies To

Lead Lay Apostolate

__ By Father Patrick O'Connor

SAIGON (NC)-Expert ts here say the North Vietnan n guerrilla army tactics are ,I (Continued' from r.r. One) ecntire officer, with emphasis -

troublesome but not all-conq[uering. The wily Reds hit-and-i run tactics are being stopped Holy Name officers to investigate on a seminar program

most often by the determine d free forces of South Vietnam L, but they constantly attempt how' the Societies, now being charted ,by James

psychological warfare to lull l -. through the deanery and "arish J. McAullffe, first vice-pre
olution of those opposed to, communists hope to acquire the
our concern. levels, can become more activein Ident.
them. ;south, rather than by an 'outright ,. I these needed
They fight back when the Their chief target now Is cession such as the Ge- supporting With the Southwest deanery

army launches a "search andclear" 1 no army position or city In :neva agreement that gave them r' programs. having recently held the first
And with the forecast of
operation In an area Vietnam. It H Washington: 1 the north, The compromise HNS rally this spring, HaroldA.

where they have a base. District of Columbia. 1 they look for now Is one similar t; 1W to other be programmed spiritual exercises throughoutthe soon Keller's president's reporton
But all this, if their its success was heard by
even casualties If they gain their point to the "settlement" for
Diocese that will requirethe
were far less than theyare there, Laos made in Geneva the board with interest.In .
they count on having last July. tk special efforts of the Holy
would be a long way from south Vietnam handed to themon That Is pretty clear from % Name Societies, Monsignor Jordan turn, the other deanery
victory. It does not amount to a platter-a platter with a .1 their propaganda. It Is evidentin indicated the IS-man executive presidents-Herbert A..ish.-
I overcoming an army or cap- neutral tint-at an interna- their action in setting up board should plan to am, St. Augustine; John J.

turing a capital city. tional conference in Geneva.It 1 the so-called "national liberation advance their committee workto Savage, West Coast; and Al-
Their strategy is not directed front for South Vietnam." fonso A. Aliberti, Central indicated
was Geneva that north ] fL encompass each and every
towards that sort of conquest Vietnam was signed over to \The key word is that title is parish now. approximate scheduleof

They are trying to win by wearing them in July, 1954. "front." April 2 is! the date set for coming events in those areas.

down the patience and res- At Dien Bien Phu, in May, A Laos-type agreement for .m._ _____m_____. _'_ the Sarasota! Fishers, at St. While too "new" to the boardto

1931!) I, they did not overwhelmthe south Vietnam, binding Wes DEAN CONGRATULATES AREA'S OFFICERS Martha School, Mhlle the have comprehensive committee
Daytona Beach main body of the French tern governments and creating April 4 meeting in Jackson reports, the introduction -
:Monsignor William J. Mullally P.A., V.F., greets re-elected and new officers of of, and comments from L.
a illusion ofpeace
temporary ville has nob.n
expeditionary But re.
I did overwhelm corps.French they would insure the the Orlando-Central Deanery Council of Catholic Women, from left, Mrs. Joel W. scheduled for BIShop I Kenny Russell Biven (speaker's bu.

BABCOCKVACUUM opinion, long weary of the public war. swallowing of the south by Sayers Jr., president; Mrs. T. G. Antony, Mrs. Harry Grimm and Mrs. Chester Kazmi- High School to accommodatethe reau), William B. Christian

SERVICE the Hanoi government with. erczak. Monsignor Mullally is moderator of the deanery. large crowd expected (membership), and Robert W.
!The communists hope now in three Schellenberg (Catholic press),
years. there.
Repairs & Parts All Makes to wear down the patience of received with apprecia
All the neutralist Much of the three hour meeting were
CL 5.3225 the United States, whose support govern Many Help U.S. Missionaries To tion. Such was expressed by
37! 3rd St.. HOLLY HILL Is vital for South Viet- j ments that took part in the at the Cherry Plaza hotel Mr. Naughton, in telling them
Geneva conference of last July here was taken up with executive -
nam. would probably Join the communist and committee details to the entire board felt honored

Furniture Boots The wearing down of pa. :: powers now in favoring Bring Chileans to Parish MeetingsBy accomplish the smooth organization that they had accepted auch

Greeting Cards tience is a psychological effect, :j( a "neutralized" south Vietnam president Naughton in- responsibilities.

LLOYD COX not a physical conquest.The i under "coalition" rule. Father Gerald Sheldeton tends to function.

Office SuppliesCL communist know thatI I The United States, Britain and SANTIAGO, Chile (NC-Little) wonder that the Maryknoll Fathers have become Brief reports were given Daytona Beach
local military actions of little :maybe France would be opposed known here by each of the Union's ex.
2.3473 as great organizers. To make certain that a two-week mission in San Al-
strategic value in themselves though sections of the berto parish makes an impact.in this city they have put 100 Whlll In 1)sytonn Beach itop ftl
118 North Beach Street persons at work for six: New Penalties Asked
in each
have :public country-probably -
can a cumulative impact weeks of preparation.Posters KAY'S Restaurant
on American public opinion. :; an important section in the talks will stress the natureof time Priests to take care of WASHINGTON' (XC)-A bill 734 Main StreetIJNEXCELLED
Similarly, governmental defects France-would side with the spring up on public marriage. the parish. The pastor, FatherThomas providing for stiff new penal- FOOD
POWDER PUFF :neutralists.The buildings, on the lamp posts, ties for mailing obscene matter
that are regarded as just Single persons can meet In Cronin, was at onetime AT REASONABLE PRICES
BEAUTY SALON occupational diseases in other government most Intimately in street cars. special groups to discuss love, a secretary to Cardinal[ to young people has been Introduced HOMEMADE PASTRIES
Asian governments can turn concerned, that of south "Do" you know that God loves engagements and preparation Fumasonl Biondi, a former in the house of rep-
Creative Hair Styling foreign opinion against givingaid Vietnam, would be absolutely you? is the message. for marriage. For married people head of the sacred congregationfor t resentatives.

Permanenfs, Silver Blending and in favor of accepting I'opposed, as long as president A team of 93 seminariansand conferences are arrangedat the Propagation of the! The measure, sponsored by Welcome TravelersFurniture

and Tinting a compromise! when a conflict Ngo dinh Diem is at its head. seven Priests fan out which doctors, lawyers and Faith. His assistants are Fa. Representative John S. Mon.

H.I.n M. Prhttnk. OR 7-4111 has dragged on expensively for'He would never consent to deliver through the parish to tell the. other.'specialists assist. ther John Bradley: who has J of Connecticut, would Porch and Patio specialties
_J 3 ft S.. Atlantic. Ormond Beach years. the independence of his people that the mission will Films are used! at the meet- served 17 years In Chile, and agan apply Rattan Wrought Iron
Opp. Coqnlna Hotel It is by compromise that the country to the undertaking touch on the problems they ings.; Question and answer Father Leo Zemalkowski. specifically to the mailing Aluminum

parlors of a Geneva conference. meet in everyday life: misun periods are part of the mission Two years ago they conducted of obscene material to youths Highway I Ormond Beach

Hence the communists seekto derstanding, loneliness, InJus. schedule. their first mission In SanAlberto under the age of 19 or any
undermine him and his ad. tice, doubts, future uncertainty,
JAY'S FAMOUS FOODS San Alberto was establishedsome parish. It was such a L person enrolled in a grade or
ministration. (All who are opposed -poverty. ;years ago by a Chilean
Tin oRIGINAL OF DAYTONA success that they did not dare; high school
to him are not communists Thirteen centers are readied Priest, but as he older a
s1'IrEAL1ZING: iv ITAlIAN ('U1S1F! grew to wait the usual five years to> Offenders would be liable Jh
BREAKFAST! 1.STM'It Ft'I.I. COl'RSE DINNERS however). The Reds for San Alberto's mission. The replacement was needed, and it.
tlS S.. AUntie PIZZA AS YOU LIKE IT CL, S-ftlftO know that if America gets tired schedule in each is based on no other Chileans were avail- repeat in to fines or jail terms. ALUMINUM

of aiding him, they and their information learned In the preliminary able. The Maryknoll Fathers People constantly move !.WMXOIC ,.'.. 11UIEaclOfiaru
allies can start packing their and out of the 35-bIock an.aof ...aggtaS
surveys. If a large from the United States, who PRINTINGLetter
Floyd J. TrPduaj's bags for Geneva. They would section reveals many couples have about 40 Priests working San Alberto parish. Thereare Carp.rtl rlu.1 conTL'.vTAL WVALT1
& come: home with south Vietnam living together without having throughout Chile stepped in. said to be 70,000 Catholics Press & Offset SnUB Wbul... WII
Daytona Moving Storage a Couchman Co. S l'rallcrah
in the Printing
been sacramentally married, Now there are three full- here.
-- -. J. Mallory, Owner
Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC.DAYTOXA With a defenseless south r <.: ;\ :: .r The street names: Einstein, I
DELAND CL 2.4284 138 Magnolia
before them, and the Chinese : \ Hegel, Marx, Consolation,
110 So. :
Campbell-CL 3-1636 SCO So. Blvd.-RE 4-5587 : ; ; .
communists literally and figuratively ,. Peace, Charity, Descartes, and
behind them, anda :.{'LI t C.,. Abundance, show some of the
Laos turning Red beside : influences at work. Italian and American Food

BURNSSupplies them, they would bring com : :
; Parish show that .
surveys Open 5 P.M. 'til I II I P.M.
mnnism a long way in south .
; only nine per cent of the women -
east Asia. ..> .. ', ( Banquet Facilities
'" : and two per cent of the men
JANITOR And they would have a solution -' > t..: :!., '. attend :Mass regularly. When Closed Mondays
: .
for their own food problems. .'. the U.S. Priests took over San Free Estimates
SUPPLIES (Later on, of course, the w Alberto the parish church could SAN REMO Phone CL 2-6034
Chinese Reds would use all ,. : ?, not seat more than 75 persons.
c ( D JANITOR Vietnam to solve some of their '' Their new church is attracting RESTAURANT Boyette Awningand

rllb problems). : LdT: 4000 each Sunday. 1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL Venetian Blinds Co.
SERVICES Every degree of progress ... ..,: To the other 66,000, the :Mary 2-1357 Est. 1947
made by president Ngo dinh knoll team is addressing its 112 Madison Ave.
651 N. BEACH ST. PH 252-8114
Diem's government weakens mission message that Christ
the communists inside Vietnam will bring happiness to the

and lessens in plausibility their poor, to those who weep, to JOLINESTRAVEL I-

Juanita's Beauty SaIon7 proposals. Every failing is ... those who are meek, who are BUREAU _
likely to help them.Unfortunately hungry and thirst for justice,
the wearing ON TO STATE SCIENCE FAIR to the clean of heart, to those ,
HAIR STYLING ...; down of patience, which the ".1ILIJnu,..,.. .......,..i.;.J\.....,_.rauier....L L__ .icier...L.__ _lru.UIUlan__..I 11_...'__ nlvpr...___ _ompfI_____ 'ft ho love peace and those who Airline Steamship Tickets
... communists want to happen, C. Dolan, president of the Cen. tion. lie also walked away suffer in Christ's name. CL 3-0641 322 No. Beach Street
; LJ.Y6 is sometimes done at no cost tral Catholic High School in with grand prize in all the

$5.00 and J" lo them. Melbourne, congratulates physical sciences. .
up ) An American newspaper manor Thomas McGahee, a sophomoreat His entry was "The Spot CATHOLICS FLORIDA .

Appointments Not Necessary \ : official may feel ,entitled, in the school, on his way next Effect of the Simons X-ray OF
view of the American involvement month to Tampa to compete Tube." This will be/his projectat NOW! A NON-PROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERS

$108 So. Beach Upstairs \\ here to make a comment with other high school students the state fair in Tampa.
CL 3.7381 that the government in Saigon in the Florida State James Davis won third prize
resents. The comment or report -Science Fair.Another Brevard-Indian. River for LAW BUDGET HOSPITAL

is published, and then prize-winner from his mathematical project, "Hex-
somebody from the government the Catholic school receiving ahexaflexagon."

DAYTONA Retail Sales takes _off in hot verbal Father Dolan's congratulationsis Last year, Thomas McGaheewas
Discount Prices pursuit. If any real harm was James Davis (right), who a junior area entrant at LIFE INSURANCE
lone: by the origina statement won a third prize in the Bre- Pensacola from Brevard-Indian

it is now compounded. yard and Indian River counties' River and Melbourne Central
FURNITURELarge Each ally has lost patience science fair.Thomas Catholic High School and he

again with the other, and the McGahee has just won second state prize in his
communists: chalk up a new won first place in the senior dl\'ision-ph.sics and engineering 5 0 A WEEK for a cost as low as$2.05 per month, depending upon

SHOWROOMS ain division physics and, engineering -with an amateur. X-ray age, while hospitalized for any covered accident or sickness. _
Quality Furniture Vietnam has the largest category of the Bre- machine. Of'

proportion of Christians of Father Dolan, commentingon
I Robert LWhite Pres. any country on the east Parish Center Grows the young scientist's most $1 0 0 A WEEK for a cost as low as $3.50 per month, depending upon

Asian mainland. BOGOTA, Colombia (XC) recent honors in his region (at ege, while hospitalized for any covered accident or sickness.
Municipal Airport- Off Hwy 92 Two-thirds of them are in the The 30-year-old school complexof Cape Canaveral), said that of' en* '
south. They and their suffering Child Jesus parish in South Thomas's success was all the
Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building brethren In the north look Bogota now has 615 workersin more remarkable because of $15 0 A WEEK for a cost as low as $5.00 per month,depending upon

to their fellow Catholics around its night school as well as the high excellence of the competition age, while hospitalized for any covered accident or sickness.

lhe world to join them in 1500 children In Its day schooL in the field of sciencein <(
prayer for all who bear the responsibilities -The parish dispenses 5000 this area and because of the C CHOOSE YOUR OWN DOCTOR!
OUR LADY OF THE HILLSCAMP of leadership and breakfasts for the poor daily, fact that Thomas is merely a The important Doctor-Patient relationship is not Now you can protect yourself and your family with
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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 29, 1963 ; ; "' ,,.'.', 'i: '
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Fishers in Orlando Discuss Goal : j? ;f ... ;.. ,
I r : : < ; First Recollection Day

Laymen's Role in Divine : !
: CLF 1R'ATEP.-Father Bernard F. pittman, president .

.. t 'j J of the Clearwater Central Catholic High School,
( from Fax One) thrill won't come again for six bued with the false impressionthat : ; scheduled a March day of recollection the school's first

of his substance to support the months. religion is a woman's busi- *' ; $ Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley celebrated the Mass for the

Church. "Or just as you're headingup ness I feel that when lax L; day and addressed the students, urging them to be the
After 40 women of the to face that choir again Catholics see men taking an 4 ( asS
founders of strong traditionsThe for future students to follow.
parish worked at their Fisher with the basket, you catch it active interest In religion, it S

apostolate, he said, public out of the corner of your eye: has a very great effect, especially Archbishop compli- might go to Holy Communion
school children at grade school The man across the aisle is on other men." mented them on the way that during the day. Parents, too

religious instruction for them trying to imitate the mannersof Organized along Confraternity they assisted at the Mass. He were extended an invitation to

increased in attendance from worship that all those Cath- lines and program, the L encouraged them to hold on to Mass and to Benediction.The .

150 to over 350 boys and girls."I olics are practicing around Fishers at St. John Vianney, : the great and good principles program began at 8:15:

was convinced that the him, and you wonder in pass. he said, have dedicated a they learn at the inter-paro- a.m. in the chapel and the

Fisher program was needed," ing, was it as hard for him to ome of their efforts to the chial school. grand silence began lasting

paid )(r. Ryan. "I just wasn't come here as it was for you to spiritual and educational Monsignor Thomas A. Col- throughout the day. Conferences .

jet convinced that I was the visit at his, home?" ,needs of the public school reavy, pastor of St. Cecelia took place in the chapeL

Fisher type. Another parish Fisher who children.As parish celebrated Benediction The meditations, were private
addressed the of the Most Blessed Sacrament in home
was after two and rosary was prayed
This is what we did, he wenton a consequence,
: Thomas J. Snyder of St. John years of weekly instruction x in the afternoon. rooms, led by home-room

We made up a list of people Vianney Church, Orlando. Said there are over 300 students in Father Charles Doherty C.M. presidents.

each Fisher was to visit. Their he: 12 grades of the parish schoolof was the retreat master. During the day of recollec-

names came from the existing "Within the framework of religion. Six men and six The Mass was offered at tion, confessions were heard

parish census cards. We got the vocation of marriage, manyof women teach these youngsters. --. -,., 11:15: so that the students by the Priests.

more names from the Welcome us have determined to serve They also average five hours STUDENTS OF HIGH SCHOOL MEDITATE

Wagon Committee of Winter Not Christ that with we our are whole exceptionally being. each per week in preparationfor Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley celebrated the 11:15 a.m. Mass and Monsignor Cuba Freeing Four Priests YA

Park. We sent out a special class. Thomas A. Colreavy gave the afternoon Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament
talented but that which
volunteers assist in
questionnaire to all membersof Thirty (above the of Recollection for the students of Clearwater
) during recent Day Central
offer has been
the can given. typing, stencils ol tests, and From Prison Bishop Says
parish. Speaking of the Fisher move- general office work. Catholic High School. The day began at 8:15 a.m. and closed at 2:30 p.m. Conferenceswere -

Without implicating them ment, he noted: Two three Fishers are given by Father Charles Doherty C. M.
selves, the parishioners' ques- or (Continued from Far OB) store he saw about 200 persons
"You and I have been inc
tionnaire gave us an invaluable .. assigned to each; of several districts return here that there were standing in line.Monsignor.
in the Central Floridians Meditate Ideal
source of names of people the parish. Surveysare on about 1500 Cubans in the Fitzpatrick,
and in
parishioners know who are easily kept up cathedral for the Cardinal's who is in charge of the Latin

fallen away or have indicated this way, since the parish of sur- Home Life at Women's Area MeetingContinued Requiem Mass. American: chancery in Miami
provides names nearlyall
they might be interested in vey The cathedral has seating accommodations said the people of Cuba
learning about the Faith. Catholics attending public heard the news of the c.....
'' for about 1000
schools. Assistance in bringing ( from Page One) keep working confidently. Church Canova Beach. The '
Nov we have almost 30 .. children to instruction is provided when he wrote in his encyclical I Deanery delegations elected I celebrant of the Mixsa Reel- persons. The Bishop said he dinars dt'ath"Ia radio pro-
men visiting these people could detect no restrictions on grams from Miami.
by the parish Fishers, on Christian marriage that the four women to serve as memf tata was Father Martin
finding out what we can do even to the forming of car principle and foundation of f bers of the board of the Di- Power. freedom of worship in Havana. "There was no public announcement

to help them return or take pools. domestic society is the sacra ocesan Council: Mrs. Gerald Rogero, general "The churches are open as far in the Cuban
instructions.We !!!. ment of matrimony."The chairman as I could observe" he added. press or radio until after the
Should a Fisher be unsuc- Mrs John Horvath, of for the meeting, "
have added to our program cessful after several visits, mysterious hold that t Winter Park, and Mrs. Tllad joined the Eau Gallie women,, He said that about 15 persons Mass was sung, he said.

a hospital visiting com- which Mr. Snyder says is rare, home has on the heart of man,"' H. Siemienski, of St. James headed by Mrs. Henry Levy in and around the cathedral "There was no militia In or

mittee do you know that the captain of the district said Father Sloan, "is so penetrating parish, Orlando reelected; in welcoming the visitors to: approached him and sought near the cathedral, but there '
about 50 cent of the peoplein his help in obtaining visas to were many soldiers at the air-
per makes a visit. If this is not effective that if that hold i is Mrs. James Brown of Titus- Ascension parish.Monsignor "
our hospital, who register as ever lost, something has been Mullally the, the U.S. port.
he added, a Priest of and Mrs. Mark A. Hell- gave
Catholic aren't even going to this parish goes to the home. lost of the very nature of man,, wig of St. Charles parish closing Benediction of the: Bishop Carroll stated that He described Havana as

church? Now they are being Side effects,he said, have in- and something of bitternes I Orlando. Most Blessed Sacrament in the. although the Cuban government drab, adding that many of the

helped by Fishers.In cjuded] the request for,.discussion enters in."Home. The deanery vice-president, newly dedicated mission church did not offer any special buildings are in need of paint. '
addition, he .paid the ... r.. : at Canova Beach. help, "we were treated courteously "There seemed to be little
;> >;<,-:; groups for adults. is the fulfillment of f who was also reelected, is :Mrs.

parish has a welcoming com .:..;.70':>: He illustrated the complete a hope-we can call it.an idea] Theodore G. Antony of Rock There was. a display of and there were no ob- activity or exchange of conversation -.

mittee. Each new member of ?:":? picture of the Confraternityfrom which is at the same time a J l ledge. Other deanery officers j; layettes for babies under stacles put in our way." among the "people walking
:: ; : in the streets, he said.
the parish is visited to be a chart on the sta e. memory, a goal and a promise:: elected to serve with :Mrs. care of the Catholic Charities He and the two Priests with

\\elcoined and advised of all This summer, he said, the 'Stay stay at home my soul 1 l Sayers of Daytona Beach, pres Bureau. The award went to him were met at the airport bya Reds Sell Rosaries

the activities of the Catho- parish will again :hold four and restHomeloving folk:; ident, are: theltar Society of St. Mary representative of the Swiss HONG KOXG (XO)-Chinese

lics In Winter Park. And courses in catechism teaching.The are happiest."' Mrs. Harry Grimm of St.. of the Lakes parish in Eustb. embassy the Bishop said, and communists in search of foreign .

every week names and addresses instructors will be Sistersof He praised the Christian Charles, Orlando, recording sec. Delegations, led by the parish they were taken on an auto capital are manufacturingand

of newcomers are K. Patrick Ryan Our Lady of Victory from home that emulates the Holy retary; and Mrs. Chester. Priests in many cases came! tour of Havana in the interval selling religious articles.

announced in the parish bul Indiana, the same specialistswho Family, "where Christian refinement Kazmierczak of DeLand, treas. from as far away as Leesburg., between the morning and "You can buy rosaries and

letin. vited to spread the good news were here last summer. and virtue KO hand urer. Father Keith Symons and the, afternoon services for Cardinal madonna paintings done in

Mr. Ryan, who is an usher, of man's redemption: by There will be a 30-hour in hand even with povertyand Thirty- affiliationswere women of Leesburg had the, Arteaga. Red-held Shanghai and shipped

concluded: Christ methods course given by the suffering." represented: ,at the meet. farthest distance to cover to The Bishop said he noticed to Hong Kong," Father James

"The results? Do statistics Because of the large numberof Sisters for prospective teachersof He lauded those Catholicmen 4nff .which opened at 9 a.m. attend the 'program at Canova that the stores in the city were 1". Smith M.M., of East Norwalk .

matter, when you walk back lukewarm or fallen away public school children. Two and women who went: at Holy Xame of Jesus Beach and in Eau Gallic.Deadlines unlighted and that at one shoe Connecticut has reported.
down the church aisle after Christians old six-hour will be -- --- -
young and in courses given, forth from God's altar where '
showing a lady to a seatonlyto every parish, Mr. Snyder one for Fishers and another for they pledged undying fidelity
come face to face with a thought it behooved the men Helpers.
to each other "to rear a
man and his family who had to adopt the Fisher program in "We hope," said Mr. Snyder, family that would be the con -L

stayed away for the past six: all speed. "as last year, that many inter- solation of their declining z
years? That family's there because "Is religion a manly con- ested members of the laity years; to rear sons and daugh

you had the nerve to ringa cern?" said Mr. Snyder, and from other parishes will come ters to whom they might bequeath
doorbelL And maybe the answered "Too im- and learn with "
: many are us. if not the riches of this

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CLEARWATERBetty j and an abundance of t A '# r

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sons and daughters whose

Betty K. O'Brien : ; pride and joy would be to per -

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IUS Drew St. Ph.446.Uts I : their parents' virtues, their

& MUTUAL FUNDS : "- parents' deep Catholic faith."
# As a prelude to his talk on
l!f HrrrurIHrrrlrrrrnrrl'j : 'The Christian family the

ideal of Catholic home life,"

Father Sloan drew attention to .; ..... .. .. -
Americn woman, Blessed Elizabeth II
Natural "' n L 1 -- ---
Seton-wife, mother edu Blll acKea :
cator who proved that the TAMPAIN
Health Foods a NEWARK (XC)-A proposalto
Christian mother "is indeed
provide for film classifica iewg stories from any source
Diet Foods iL. the heart of the Christian honld Tf.fh MTh Florid Catholic"
Special tion in New TAMPA. .
home. Jersey, says Father offlrs no meter than Monday news
pictures should reach the editor byFriday ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE
Paul J.
201 SO. LINCOLN Monsignor Mullally's adviceto Hayes, 0 f the for publication la the following
; -:-- 1 DXet4r4 O'TIVf BOAR the women pertained especially Newark archdiocese could be i Friday's "Ille. HILLSBORO HOTELDIRECTLY
:i- of real assistance in bringing ;
\' to their work in the parish
(Near Cleveland Plaza) for their deanery, for the before the public the same type Please Patronizeour
.'...'. .' Diocese and for the entire of information now providedby advertisers...
/ C A' Church.He the Legion of Decency.The .
gave them good guides bill would set up a motion
QUALITY USEDFURNITURE to find a measure! of success review
picture board to HOMES
and achievement, includinglove BUILT
classify films a s suitable 0 r
of the work. unsuitable for children. Movie
All work, he said, is a composite
would have display
of little tasks done daily the classification prom-
a and hourly and he suggestedthat inently.
BOUGHT AND SOLD the hardest tasks shouldbe

{ done first, so that "no stim- Mission Priests IN
CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS : ? = ulating challenge ever becomesa DUBLIN (XC) Of 376 James Rosati & Sons have developed many great Florida
fretful burden"Finally Florida
communities including Retirement Village
... Priests ordained in Ireland
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Pfione 422-8722 TIIOMAS J. SNYDER J SPEAKS TO USHERS :criticism by being critical of during 1962, 180 were destinedfor homes including the famous Horizon Home and the Houseof

self, to "adjust yourself and the missions. Freedom. built
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