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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: April 5, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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i Your Purpose in Life:

Finding His RedemptionBy God Through ,In Tampa on April 2224Archbishop


Mgr Harold Jordan -

Joseph P.
THE twentieth century man .
... Hurley will open the COnven-
men of all ages before, ,' ,.. .
is searching In every nook and .. 7' {' : .,' tion of the St. Augustine

cranny for God. All nature y' .,. < 'r <,w" Diocesan Council of Catholic
proclaims t o r's :; .<' Women in Tampa on I Ae
.
him the needto :':,.....,:f ->if!!" :. Tuesday, April 23, with a

acknowledge : .;, ...: '; Missa Cantata at Christ tl eKing
ort
I aaf
God's ex- Church. i

istence and Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan

power. All his H y y V.F., diocesan director of

Instincts c r y the DCCW, announces that
out for himto .
'
national, diocesan, deaneryand
accept the :
fact of a Su- parochial councils and hO1tC
affiliations will be
p reme" Vi: rAnd represented !
Ih.r. Jdrd" yeas at the convention.

much as he knows God exists, The layman and the Second

he still becomes confused when .:. he sees the evil that is about phasized In the theme, "That
;
him. He finds It hard to ::5 /.,. All May Be One," especially in
recognize a good and benevolent :r I regard to what the women In VOL. XXIV, No. 23 Orlando, Florida, Friday, April 5, 1963 Ten CentsSpain's
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God in the mounting decadence E the parishes of the Diocese of

that looms In. the t j St. Augustine may do to:
t'x
world about him. j Promote attendance at

i Catholic schools. Bishops to Hear
Man
Brought Misery
.,. Enlist public school chil-
Adam and Eve fall from the i/ '
f.r rw a f S dren in catechism classes
gracious favor of Almighty through the Fishers Program.
ti"
)
God and their fall brought : S Teach, when pastors tell
sin their ; t f pYl: Oldest Mission's PlansBy
original upon chil r W them teachers are needed.
dren. Through sin mankind's ; s fyi
x s Pray as family units for
miseries descended upon earth. ts xH, r vocations to the Priesthood at
k w a Staff Writer
At the same time, because the Saturday morning Massesin
America's Oldest Mission was brought to the special attention of Spanish church
He Is good, God did not the parishes.
and state authorities the recent mission to undertaken
,Monsignor Nolan said that during Spain by a delegation of
abandon Rather
men. He the women would be favored Florida citizens representing St. Augustine, Florida, in the interest of the forthcoming400th .
promised to send someone to '
;,o wt with an address by Arch. anniversary.
buy them back from their bishop Hurley during the Father Michael V. Gannon, a member of the delegation, represented Archbishop

Iin. \\1 convention. Joseph P. Hurley on the fortnight spent in Spain. Father Gannon, of St. Augustine, I

Through long ages God kept 0 & .' a 03 as r ; Diocesan leadership will pro- director of the Mission of Nombre De Dios which is America's Oldest Mission, was

alive among a chosen peoplethe y a R1 WOMEN'S PAGE 10SPANISH interviewed this week upon the return to St. Augustine of !}delegation that went
holy hope which was born
Y y to Spain.The .
of this promise of redemption.He y'- --_- ,' Y' / 'ca'A questions and answersof

raised up prophets to keep the interview by The Florida
this promise before our fore INSTRUMENT OF CHRIST'S PASSIONThe Catholic with Father Gannon

father's minds. He even told lance that pierced the side of Christ is represented as one of the instrumentsof follow:

them, through the prophets, the Passion held by statues of angels on a famed bridge in Rome Q. Did you speak to any prelate
how to recognize the Redeem. in Spain about the diocesan

er when lIe would appear.A plans to observe the Quadri-

cave in Bethlehem was the Pope John Names Commission'sCardinals W w 1 : v$. centennial?

scene of the beginning of the A. In Toledo, on March 18, I

fulfillment of the promise of Y'4 t was privileged to be receivedin
redemption. Here the Son of to Revise Canon LawVATICAN i audience by Enrique Cardinal

God entered into the world as Pla y Deniel, Archbishopof

Poignantly note Toledo and Primate of .
we
man. Spain.I
a CITY (NC) Pope John XXIII has set up a commission of 30 Cardinalsto
that this world which He had informed His Eminence of
revise the Code of Canon Law. The Holy Father announced the establishment of the
created had no room for Him the forthcoming celebrations atAmerica's
Cardinals' commission at :March 28 of the Commission of the
t w': in He came. He who blewt a meeting, Coordinating Oldest Mission and
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Breath of life into the first Second Vatican Council.The invited his Interest in it.
Signature, high Church to the code now in force in :
m.u1'as Himself warmed on work will be the first court, is Its secretary.The the Latin Rite. The Cardinal showed a

that chilly evening by the ;major revision of canon law task of the new commission Eastern Rite Catholics are, keen interest in our plans
breath of beasts of the field.Crucifixion ;since the present code went' governed by: a separate code and informed me that he
,will be to_ gatherand'pre-: ..: would communicate
]into effecin J.918.-: -; ,i ? The 'creation:,. 1)fthe.. new : my in.
,,01Cah1l.l'Y paid uzaterial, .for..a revision,.
The commission to"revise :;: commission of Cardinals was- formation to all the Bishopsof
?. This Saviour grew in wisdom of the canon law code according Spain the forth
during
the code will carry out the hinted at in the norms govern y :
and grace before God and man. to the directives of the coming regional meetings of
third of three major projects ing the interim work of the
When the time appointed by announced by the Holy Fatherin ecumenical council. ecumenical council which were the prelates In June and
His Father had arrived He INVITED TO QUADRICENTENNIALFather
,
the early months of his pon- The revision will apply only POPE, Page 10 July.Q. .
went out into the countryside Michael V. Gannon and other Americans Madrid have invited
tificate. On January 25, 1930:> visiting just Did you offer: Mass at
preaching and teaching and he revealed his plans to holda the Spanish Government to the 400th anniversary of St. Augustine in 1965; pictured Aviles?

doing good. He taught the chil- synod for the Rome diocese Southwest Area Fishers from left, Maj. Gen. Henry :McMillan, Adjutant General of Florida; Earle W. Newton, A I celebrated Mass for the

dren of men God's love. He and an ecumenical council, and of St. Augustine, secretary of the National Quadricentennial Commission; Don :Manuel people of the parish of San

taught them God's law and to update the code of Canon Urged Interest Others Fraga Irbarne, minister of information in the Spanish cabinet; Father Gannon, rep Nicolas on March 26 and 27.
how they were to obey it. He San Nicolas is the Church of
Law. resenting Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley who is a member of the National Commission;
provided as well for the time The Rome synod was held : James of St. and Don Francisco Sierra of the parish from whence came
Augustine Orejas
Mayor Lindsley
; mayor
Harold Jordan here
SARASOTA : F.
be
when He would no longer In January, 1960, and the Sec- -Monsignor spoke Don Pedro Menendez. He was
on earth. He established a ond Vatican Ecumenical Coun- Tuesday evening on the work of those practical Catholics Aviles, Spain.Vatican. baptized in the church and

permanent teaching institution cil, which opened last October, who are willing to give a portion of their time and energyto grew up in Aviles. Now, ht is
to speak in His name and is still in progress. the Fisher apostolate of the Diocese of St. Augustine. Council Coordinators Call/ buried in the church.I .

with His authority so that men President of the new canon Archbishop Joseph P. Hur- had an opportunity to speakat

may ever know His will and law commission! Is! Pietro ley, present in St. Martha laity In the Diocese: "Come, of of All some length with the pastorof
have access to His grace. Cardinal Ciriacl, Perfect of School cafeteria for the area follow Me, and I will make Care Souls Hinge ProjectsVATICAN the parish, Don Angel Gar-

Even with all these things the Sacred Congregation of Fisher meeting on the eveningof you fishers of men" (Mark

accomplished one thing more the Council. Monsignor Gla- April 2, urged the nucleus in 1, 17). CITY (NC) Meeting in late March, members of the Second Vatican ralda.Father Garralda offered to

was to be done and the Redeemer como Vlolardo, undersecretary each parish to bring in more 2. The duties of the Fishersof Council's Coordinating Commission examined projects dealing with Catholic schools, the provide the Mission of

faced this last work of the Sacred Apostolic Fishers so that the Priests may men are expressed by Christ Priests, the lay apostolate, Bishops, Easter Rites, Revelation, Christian unity and the Nombre De Dios library withan

with divine gallantry. The Son be forcefully assisted by lay- "Go out into the highways and care of souls. A council press bulletin said the project on the care of souls was the keyto architect's model 0 fenendez'

of God was crucified on Cal. men in the essential work of hedges and make them come solving other matters [ native parish
vary's barren crest to pay the World PeaceEncyclical the Church in the world. in, so that My house may befllIed" under study. Pope John XXIII visited parishes and the care of souls. church,
.
the March 28 meeting and The care of souls is the
price of our sins. Monsignor Jordan, as chair- (Luke 14, 23)). Q. We understand that the
Plans for improving public thanked the commission "central" subject on which ,
Our true purpose In life Is man of the Fisher program, "The Fisher should always group went from St. Augustinefor
information services at the
members for their work and the "solving of the other announced *
to order our lives and mak.ethfm presented the scheduled speakers keep in mind the Importanceof next session of the Council congratulated the individual matters hinges, be- this good-will expedition.
at the area meeting In Sar- his mission," said Monsignor What comment do you have to
fit into God's plan for were presented to the Coordi- council commissions! for applying cause it Is! the main task of
Jordan.At make on the value of such a
To Issued asota. nating Commission at the last so well the guide the pastoral ministry of the
us.Many In his own presentation, he ( press time, Incomplete of its second series of meet- lines given them by the Coordinating successors of the Apostles," trip from a historical stand-
to
courses are given cited two special directives of ]point?
of the meeting held Comml.sion. the bulletin said.
coverage
VATICAN CITY (NO-Pope
his
men. Each must work out Our Lord: ings.The A. I think It was of exceptional
salvation, with the help of John XXIII is preparing a new this week necessitates additional meetings were held to At its March 25 meeting, The :March 27 meeting stud- 1 value.In .

God's grace, by fulfilling of the encyclical on world peace to be 1. The words which Christ reporting of the event in study projects prepared for the Coordinating Commission ied projects dealing with the the first place 0 D rSPAIN'S
in Terris" addressed to St. Peter and submission to the council's sec- with pastoral duties of Bishops religious -
studied
which are his entitled "Pacem projects dealing
responsibilities the coming issue. Editor'sNote Page 10
St. .Andrew which the Fisher ond session opening in Septem-
life the Eastern Church
in this world. The death of (Peace on Earth). Catholic schools, the trainingof ,
apostolate addresses to the ). ber.BOSTON life. and the revised project on
Christ on Calvary is the well During his final Sunday Priests and the priestly
Lenten visit to a Rome The the next Revelation.The .
spring of Heavenly power meeting day Papal Schedule!
whence man draws light and parish, the Holy Father announced examined projects on what the fourth meeting, on
strength to know and to do he would Issue the council press bulletin called March 28, began with a studyof For Holy Week

God's will. It is the only source new encyclical on peace. the "specially important" lay the first two chapters of

of grace, "For there is no other The encyclical, described as apostolate and on Bishops.The the project on the nature of VATICAN CITY (NC) _
will probably be y.o y. the Church. ]Pope John XXIII, Vatican Radio
long, the
name given to man by very problems of lay
which we must be saved." Acts issued on Holy Thursday in ) apostolate, the bulletin said, is The first chapter treats of has announced, will broadcast -
4, 12):!) connection with the Mass to be "specially important becausean the Church in its institution his annual Easter message
offered by the Supreme Pontiffin ecumenical council study and mission. The second deals t to the world on Holy Saturday

We Seek Christ the Sistine chapel for diplomats C 1J ing it for the first time." with the Church in its forma-April 13 at 8 p.m. Rome time

\Ve must constantly keep In accredited to the Holy This is "in addition to the tion of a hierarchy, particularly (((2[ p.m. EST).
mind that we, God's creatures, : of a body of Bishops. On Sunday, the Pope will ben
it has from its
were made to His own image See.The encyclical was mention. importance The commission also considered 1 St. Peter's for the blessing

and likeness to reflect His divine ed for the first time in a tele- very nature. a project dealing with 3f the palms. On Holy Thursday -

plan. Only through the gram, :March 31, by Pope Johnto ,:-. The lay apostolate projecthas Christian unity. the Holy Father will offer
fruits of the sacrifice of the Clemente Cardinal Micara, t J.tJ "". .. two parts the bulletin said. The final meeting, last Friday Mass In the Vatican's Sistine

Paschal Lamb can we dare vicar general of Rome, when J t \ The first part studies general at which the proposal for hapel: for diplomats accreditedto

hope to succeed in this ambi the Holy Father thanked the . #2 principles of the lay apostolate improving the council's press t the Holy See.

tion. Cardinal and the Diocese of ," f --eit4 pAt such as its purpose, its facilities was presented, also On Good Friday, he will be

Truly It Is hard to avoid Rome for the warm welcome relation to Bishops, coopera- took up revised projects from In St. Peter's basilica at S

God, our Redeemer. Man, in given him during his visit to tion among its various forms, eight council commissions.This p.m. for the adoration of the

his maddest rebellion against the Roman parish of San r -. $ and the training of 1 a y included material from Cross. He will enter the ba-

Him, can never escape com Basilio that afternoon.An I ,g -- apostles. the unity secretariat, which silica after the chanting of

pletely the allurement of official of the papal A The second examines three prepared a new project on the Passion.At .
God's love. Distracted by secretariat of state said the 1M y aasic aspects: Catholic action, Revelation jointly with the 10 a.m. on Holy Saturday
h
sin's folly, h" may hide' from encyclical was of Rrfatcr't Im- .ax [ haritable action and social Commission of Faith and le will go to the Sistine chapel

God for a time lie may even portance. He ranked it as Ktion. Morals and a new project on here he will speak to students -

blaspheme.Still the equal of "Mater et Magi Two projects submitted .by Christian unity jointly with from the University of

the cross of Calvary tra** the pronouncement on the council's Commission for the Faith and Morals and I Paris who will be reciting the

casts a long shadow, and man,, social problems. ."M f Bishops and the Ruling of Oriental Churches commis-Divine Office when, he arrives.

weary of error, di. Busted with i The document will stress the COLLEGE SURVEY OF ST. PAUL'S Dioceses cover the relations sions. On Easter Sunday, the Pope
vice, finds solace In Its shade. need for peace with justice, between Bishops and the Another series of meetings rill give his blessing "Urbi et
For it is a cross of Love. It t: liberty and charity, and respect :Monsignor John J. Mullins V.F. welcomed Father Robert F. Hoey S J., a memberof Roman Curia the status of coadjutor is foreseen, to take up other DrbP (To the City and to the

is a cross of Ylctor '. How wondrously for the desire for peaceful coexistence the evaluation team of educators from Boston College, to gather data in St. and auxiliary Bishops, projects when they are ready ,World) at noon ((6.p.m. EST)

we find God in the ,of individuals and Petersburg at St. Paul School. Rose Goodall and Sister Charles Marie O.S.F. demon- episcopal conferences the for discussion by the Coordinating f rom the main balcony- in

RedempUwu nations, he said. strate laboratory: work. boundaries of dioceses and Commission. f rent of St. Peterl.PKY .

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Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 5, 1963 -.. .fl. -a- _- -- .

? e. .4 i DCCW CornerTHE ST. PETERSBURG

I I I.

florida Reports 1- _

dedication,:and true Catholic action of our affilia

P.CIHUST. wa. evident this month. Event of various kinds LENTEN

JacksonvilleALL TIDE KING !have taken_place in all sections and the Deanery meetingsnave MEALS

Father \V. Thomas Larkin been held.
SAINTS Spring Deanery meeting, a
has announced that Forty The reports from all the
committee had a wonderful display CALL FOR
Forty Hours Devotion will Hours devotion will start on d groups were inspiring. It does showing the
begin at All Saints Home in April 7, with High :Mass at p not seem as if they can be inv in miniature

Jacksonville on Sunday, April 12:30: and will close on Tues iIPI proved but of course we must interior of a Church women HOOD'SlastSweet
4 28 with a High Mass at 11. day evening with devotions w -,I continue the'wonder ....... ready to receive one of the sacraments
- On Monday .. e ; or attending a Massin
William -
starting at 8 p.m. Father hr -
and Tuesday Collins C.SSR., will con __ ful work. Our ." proper and Improper attire.
following, the t. ,_ This display is very clever and
duct the services. A processionof : cC: n v e n tlon
Iasses will beat and close ..l1r. this j well done. COTTAGE
children will open .4.f I.- month I
730.: Each $ t f I: will be Seven other groups had displays -
the Forty Hours Devotion. ; 14 f :liope, '
pight the Holy stimulation for ,showing their projects of CHEESE
,
I Hour will be :Mrs. John McCarthy was #:4 4' ; .. 'all of us, so .. .c the year. These were all In
at 730. reelected presi- I effective .
: unanimously ,that we can ; miniature. It is a very I
The resident dent of Christ the King Guild all ; way to show the project of the
surpass
chaplain, Father during the March 28 meeting in I records In the guild. The displays will be I:

Johnj. the clubhouse. Elected to serve I' brought to the convention so ... r' X
coming yea r.. MM teii O.rt
Jrnrnsv 1 1 1 .thu iSurPis with her were :Mrs. Daniel be
that they may seen by more ,
I The report chairman of all a ,
celebrate the Masses and give Japour first vice-president; affiliation of us. ;
groups deanery
the sermons. Mrs. William McLendon second and diocesan have worked Among other thing to b,
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CDA vice-president; Mrs. :Frank ,
seen Mill be! the! various displays
JACKSONVILLE'S REDEEMER GUILD OFFICERS many hours to compile the results -
Six new members were received Redmond secretary; and :Mrs. the Diocesan
com
Father Thaddeus McHugh has congratulated new officers of Most Holy Redeemer ; be sure to obtain a copyof of
by Court Holy James :Middleton treasurer. the ,
RosaryNo. mlttee chairman also I I
1015, Catholic Daughters Women's Guild, Jacksonville, just installed by Mrs. Ivan Korson from the left: Mrs. the diocesan report at tho ; of the
displays and posters
of America, in March. Mrs. Mrs. McCarthy will attend Robert Mueller, first vice-president; Mrs. Korson, Mrs. William Bowen, president; convention. various affiliAtIons.Mental .
the Dioceson Council of Cath- During this month I have
Walter Droze, grand regent of standing, Mrs. William Rink, second vice-president; :Mrs. John Montgomery, corresponding
world-
olic Women convention to be addressed over 1000 women. health being a
the Court, conducted the exercises. secretary; Mrs. J. W Pearson, treasurer; and_.Mrs. Thomas McGuire, recording .
At these for wide is to be broughtto
meetings problem
held in Tampa on April 22, 23 ,;# we were
Mrs. Marguerite Hodgewas ,
and 24, as a delegate from the secretary.KOFC tunate to have present with us our attention. We are for

program.in charge of the musical Guild. Mrs. Japour Is the al Clearwater -' ;;i St. PetersburgST. 36 members of the clergy. tunate to have coming to speak

ternate. to us Father Daniel B. O'Brien
The Father Maher CouncilNo.
Father James Judge C.SS.R. :: ., Advance convention regis who is
HIGH SCHOOL JUDE of Marcy, New York, a
addressed the CIS, Knights of Columbus, tration forms have been mailed ,
Father Larkin congratulated I 4 Churned fresh
group. ,
in Jacksonville host to Father Bernard F. DIttmari. Monsignor James J. Meehan chaplain at the Marcy State
the newly elected officers. He was president of Clearwater Central has announced the Forty Hours to all affiliations. PLEASE Hospital. We will also have flavor with full family
Florida state deputy,' Dr. Larry .
FILL THEM OUT PROPERLY
for
requested volunteers work : Catholic High School, has en Devotion schedule, beginning our diocesan Priest, Father
ST. PETERSBURGOVER of Jones, during his/visit. to theGateway AND SEND THEM ON taste appeal! Healthful,
with the
Confraternity the volunteerswho tomorrow in :
couraged lay St. Jude Church. Thomas Burns, speak on vocations -
in 1 late March.
Christian Doctrine. City minstrel The children TIME, TO MRS. ROBERT too, 'cause It'j high
his addressto are readying a of tne parish will and our diocesan moderator -
Dr. Jones, during
35 YEARS OF AGE? SAN JOSEA the assembled members, show for the benefit of the take part In the solemn. open LENTZ 5910 HIGHLAND Monsignor Patrick E. in vitamins and
school. In charge of the plans: ing at 8 am. Mass tomorrowand AVENUE, TAMPA 4. Nolan whose topic is entitled
stressed the need of each Perfect forLent's

spring dance will be.sponsored : member proteins.
HANDS TIED John Slack, president the closing, Father and Thy
to his duti Avell. are Monday evening Chamber of Commerce and "Honor Thy
know s
,1_ BECAUSETHEY by members of; the San He also mentioned the importance :- the Boosters. Association and at the 7.30: o'clock holy the Tampa Terrace Hotel is Mother". Father Vincent E. meatless meals.

f LACKTRAINING Jose Parish Guild, Jacksonville, of the six.point program. Hugo A. Prestera, general. hour. Each day, holy hours will sending Information to you. Smith, assistant diocesan director .

on April 20, from 9 p.m. until In closing, the state deputy chairman of the minstrel. be at that evening hour Tampa Terrace Is headquarters will speak on our theme Plum for bomb delivery.. .

} 1 a.m., at the Southslde Wom lauded the growth of the K of The show Is scheduled at Orlando hotel. All business will take That All May Be One. St. Petersburg HE 5-2111
S.30: p.m., April 18 and 19, In
Until late April,
an's Club. Music will be furn- C In the state with the addi- place there and all the dinners Clearwater 445-9189
flUCCt M the school. : ST. JAMESSt. will be served there except the "A Bientot,"
tion of five new councils in
HIGH rYKhCUJtITY ished by Johnny Jelenik and Maurice Pair of Clearwajer Tampa 8761325
the future. : James Home and School Monday dinner, which is to be Antoinette
his orchestra. near will direct and stage the show Association members will Bradenton 743-0171
Father J. J. Judge OSS.R. of sponsor at the Busch Gardens. Busesare Mr. Jos.' Schoebert
Can He TountAduDt'rci Reservations for tables may Holy Rosary Church, delivereda with a cast of both professionals ( a card party, April 29 at available and furnished by Diocesan President

Training be made with Mrs John Tuerk, Lenten talk to the council and amateur perform rs.. 8 p.m. in the school cafeteria. the Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Prestera has named Officers invite attendance from
rill
J r M r Information by telephone at 7330816. members.
Powell Benedict chairman of Hotel rates for those who wishtp
Ou$ This Coupon .r Call Tickets may also be purchasedat Father Judge stressed;,; the the neighboring parishes as ENJOY AUTOMATIC

%lam. ......................... the door. Donation for the fact that we bear the teachingsof ticket sales. Reserved pIa'ceswill well as from St. James. figure their budgets: Single
"KeepRlled"DELIVERY
be $1.50. Other donations ST. CHARLESThe $7.00; twin bedroom or double]
Address ..............,.',.";... evening Is $2.00 per' person or the Church on our shouldersand are one dollar for adults :and second annual Vocation $10.00; suite $15.00. Extra cot ina

CHrSUtt ....,.,........:.-...,..,.,..,. $4.00 for couple. that we do and say things 50 cents for children and''Etu. Fair sponsored by the memo room, free while they last. Phone:
that reflect
every day on our
..,. ,..,........::0,PC" religious training. dents. Proceeds fund. will benefitthe .:: ;:: hers of St. Charles Home and Hillaboro Hotel one block St. Pete 898.1111 The SnncflHt'S Finest Dairy
;youth :' School Association will be held
HEINZENSERVICE Afflhfk and .ticket away single $5.85; twin $7.85; Clearwater-446-8314 I
Gulf port Program, publicity Sunday, April 7. in the locial
Port Orange committees have been set up extra person in a room $2.00.

Academy of EPIPHANYThe in the parishes served by the hall.The parents and students Cost of meals Monday night -- FLAX YOCRSIIOtPIXG TRIPS

Women's Club oC' the school. Tickets also are avail- from all the schools throughout with entertainment $2.50, Tues-
Beauty Culture Port able at Wolf Brothers of Clearwater OLDEST and LARGESTIN >vith the help of ach'ttrU\"mtnht
Epiphany Church of the Orlando area have been In- day night Presidents dinner,,
yltI1 VICKUP n..I.I\'ICK1'' Ray Allen of Clearwater PINELLAS in TUB FLOIUI/A CATHOLIC
345-4435 1Kb Ht. li lllh At.. Ie, Orange has elected officers. vited to visit the exhibits during -$4.00; andVedne.day'3 Ban-
They are, Mrs. John A. and the Barber Temple Orange .
I'heu 11'.1' the hours of 1 and 9 p.m. quet $01.50.'Vednesday
nu Golfport m. 8t. r.ter,b.rg salt OKKKV STAMPSth Pokorny Sr., president; Mrs. Company. There is no admission charge.
$t. 11th Lv' 8* Affiliation! ae.,
--'-" -- noon SHOP
Frank )Madiavilla, Director Pit.no" 1554112t John Glllegple vice-president; Tampa ... 1 r:Participation was asked of Presidents luncheon '$1.85. THE CATHOLIC,
Mrs. Ben Talluto, secretary;
members of St. Charles Parish of
Mrs. J. B. Sullivan treasurer; ST. LAWRENCE i Council in a civil program Registration fee is $1.50 for
,
and Mrs. Julia White deanery The St. Lawrence Altar Society which began this week in Winter a day; $3.00 for 2 days. St. Petersburg

DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. representative.They at a meeting planned Park. Mrs. Lucille Duval Affiliations are responsiblefor Religious Articles and Supplies ...
will be installed on April 3 in the social hall at 8 registration fee and dinner 5
announced the
start of the first 'I Su
Owners
HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS Aprilt by Mrs. Joel SayersJr. p.m., will vote on amended by- aid class to which members tickets of the pastor. Thes New

: 403- FLORIDA THKATRR UJ )G. ST. rKTKKRBUIlGTKIJSPHONK ., Orlando Central Deanery laws. were invited.At reservations must be sent In Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gebbie :

; 802-0381 president. Mrs. Joseph Klum is Items which some of .the the March Council April 15, (remember, the same -
meet
,,
receiving reservations and they members are making for. the ing, George Baumeister presented date as the Income tax dead I Invite You To Call For "

be in 1. 3-4, will peon ". EASTER GIFTS
should by April country fair May a program of colored line) f-
Madeira Beach Bank Mrs. Al Kull, outgoing presi- display. Each woman of the slides taken at the parish over Registration at the Hotel for 656 Central Avenue Phone 824-6101
dent, made an appeal for old parish is invited to attend the the convention will start April
MADEIRA BEACH: a period of time.Daytona .
sheets for cancer bandages. work shops, to donate money 22, 12 noon to 4 p.m.: Tuesday,,

)Member \ ,' -. They should be given to Miss for necessary purchases, or to Beach 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Wednesday,, Eugene Mueller's

Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Polly Perz.Following. donate handiwork of her own OUR LADY OF LOURDES 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
Sat. 912Fowler Cameo Room
Phone 391-9911 Open the business meet-, make and design. All donationsare Xew for this convention is Dining
Members of Our Lady of
Ing, a film on Alaska was welcome, said a spokes Lourdes Women's Club, at the the Presidents' luncheon. KlceUrnt quality 8eaf! ..d. Chop. aid
Walter Baker. be in the form of Superb 8r lrDrllrlont CM.k.
shown by __ ________ __ man., March meeting, heard Mrs. Tlls'fill a Charcoal /
= & Payor Inc. \:IT-jj. Helen McGarrity of Catholic workshop for all Presidents.Mrs. .II...r tFRn Rr.urAS'. Plan.
Charities. The }. J. Tavlin of St. roll.' *te>ks KED SEAL; Bail
guest speakerfor
aDd
,...,; the evening inspired the Petersburg Bench ha. "EDWARD
JAMES HOTEL'l17.O :
. General Insurance ". .; :",,' : members with the knowledgeof charge of ibis affair.

what Catholic Charitiesin Those assisting her In the ; Gulf lvd..Trfa! or. Island :3til.R51t
just
896-8131 Sf. Petersburg
North
121 Ninth Street will be Mrs. Joel
workshop
tL a4 Daytona means to them and
; : P.?' "
#
j :; what they can do to help. One Sayers Jr. of Daytona Beach;; .:--: 5555Lj

main purpose of the local Mrs. James Fogarty of Jacksonville -

Catholic Charities office, she Mrs. L. J. Lacher of For Your Real Estate V.

1t ('! said, is licensed child.placing. Bradenton, and Mrs. Frederick And Insurance Needs Call
: \ After Church : The service is chiefly to chil- Schmidt of St. Petersburg .
Beach. This will be informa, LaVoie & Insurance
dren involved in the foster Realty
t :: I home program. She also makes tive and will help you in your
All Your Central
tL.i Meet : '. : adoption placements. Mrs. Mc duties of president during the : 4154 Avenue Phone 8964133Fresh .:j

;. Garrity stressed the need for year. '1-
F L1 FriendsAtThePark .', good foster homes. Last Fall in this column, I

_ SIlYIVI The agency accepts! applications suggested reading a book on

n&: lI Lane for the Mater Del Home Catholic etiquette. That book

1$ Will and Clinic For The Aged. The was bought by St. Joseph's SeafoodALL

j office can be contacted by Guild of Bradenton, and at the

_ 1 Your Second Cup of CoHe. phoning 677-7864 or writing

cr Iced Tea It Alwoy' FUIU ':' Catholic: Charities, P. O. Box ALL FRESH LOCAL';

1707 Daytona Beach, Florida. Edouard C. Craig
\ Vitally needed in this work Contractor and Distributorfor SEAFOODS IN SEASON
'
:, uill: l be a Mater Del Auxiliary

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CAFETERIA' 1038 58th ST. NO. group, she said, adding that We All Strive To 8. A
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the agency does not replace THE NORTHERN

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SEAFOOD FROZEN
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Boosters of Central Catholic High School in Clear- : Practicing Our Prayer and

water plan a minstrel show, April 18 and 19, for the CLAMS OYSTERS
$OWEW FUEL WI
with
Abstinence A More
benefit of the school. Plans are in the hands of John

Slack, left, Association president; Father Bernard F. Religious and Sincere AtSCALLOPS

Dittman, school president; and Hugo A. Prestera. titude.


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1,41rD Will Also Strive To Serve LOBSTER MEATYou
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K*..onltte has announced he will solemn,- FROG LEGS

SUtcr Conducted of st. IrmncUApprod by 'ly declare the adoption In hi:!I : ;; i:14u: ,. Ability In Making Your

by see of the new bilingual ritua 1 Lenten Menus More At- GREEN TURTLE
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tractive And Appetiling.

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1 The Florida Catholic, Friday April 5. 1' 63 Page Three I

Latin American Council
!
V tA Bilingual Ritual Set

BOGOTA (XC) The bilin-
Builds ST. PETERSBURGCHEERY
Church CooperationBy ?
e c' LI i I $ A\ gual ritual introduced last year
w
T for the administration of the
Willard K.
Dodge .F 3'g ;'fiY AS A SUNBEAMA
BOGOTA, Colombia (NC) The Church in Latin i .. sacraments is obligatory for all NEW WATERFRONT HOME

America, long hampered by the isolation of mountains and dioceses of Latin America, the FOR J1S.900 ($3.930 DOWN)

i jungles and crippled by nationalism and lack of organization ac Latin American Bishops' Council You'll pride Un In this well &cheery ntf'rtalnItb masonry

I is now pushing forward into an era of fruitful co a has stressed in a statement home. It's dignified In appearance -
operation.The i -+ spacious welt constructed
issued here. & arranged & splendidly locatedin
widespread poverty, a dismalone
thrust is f k area's finest residential -
being providedby r one of the
to 6000 ratio of Priests to The translation of the ritual neighborhoods. There are S

American the seven-year-old Latin faithful, and 90 per cent of Its provides for the use of both bedrooms, 2 tiled baths (ONE::
Bishops' Council PANELLED IN CHERRY &
(CELAM), which is thriving in 155 millions baptized Catholicsbut Spanish and Portuguese. It THE OTHER WITH \\ONDKR-
most of that 90 cent k k America WASHABLE WALLPAPER
the per T was approved for Latin Fl'L
rarefied Y 4
atmosphere of this
isxso(
,
nY room
mr living
) &
Catholic in
name
only. the sacred
last June by con-
E660-feet-hlgh Colombian cap- screen porch, a. 5 car earaue.
ital. The outlook for the future gregation of rites in Rome. marble sills, a 9x12 built-in kitchen
was dim: a booming 1 : ; r y. with paneled wall, COLE
popula- Jairo Gomez
Monsignor Julian Mendoza, : 'S r Father Mejia MEDALLION WIRING ft CENTRAL -
tion, increasing materialismand undersecretar- &. IK-COS-
head of the first HEATING
secretary general of CELAM,
advancing communism.On r1r s iat of the Bishops' Council, explained DITIONING. The landscaped &
drew a picture of the back. : seawalled lot Is 71x120': DIRECTIONS -
ground against which the organization November 2, 1955; Pope t that there has been : Drive to 21st Ave., Pass
founded. Pins XII approved the Latin some confusion because of the a-Grille Beach TCRLEFT: &
was LEFT at
bridge. TURN
Je UiLJ Holy See's recent approval of cross Urhe
The idea for organizationof American Bishops' Council first street over bridge
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the use of the marriage formof 4 block. to HERMOS1TA Dlt.

all was Latin born American when 100 Bishops of- the Church's first federationof TO LEAD HOLY FM WOMEN'S GUILD, ST. PETERSBURG Toledo, Spain, for part of TURN LEFT. home to with 373,Hurley the ApolloBuilder' sign.

them met in downtown Rio hierarchies of different na Father Edward Condren has congratulated these i retaries; Mrs. John :McDonald, president; Mrs. Gerald the marriage ceremony in some

de Janeiro from July 25 to tions. newly installed officers of Holy Family Women's Guild
August 4,1953. They then discussed The council, which was set in St Petersburg, from left, :Mrs. Robert Doucette, i Mrs. E. J. Tavlin was the installing officer. that for the rest of the mar .

the past present and up in 1956, is an "organ of recording, and Mrs. Francis Grimm, corresponding sec- riage ceremony, and for the administration
and of all other sacra- REALTORS 3C1-15C1
contact cooperation for :6th st
future America.of the Church in Latin the hierarchies of Latin Amer. Father John A. O'Brien ; "'''A'i- :: ; ;:. ments, the new bilingual ritualis PASS-A-GRILLE BEACHBYTHEBOX

The past brought 450 ica"The fcPriests' .', t: _..it '' mandatory.
yearsof "' d;
Bishops of each Latin : J >. ,, f : ,,.. ; .' ...: .
experience: discovery of the Vocations Traced tt.:r;$ ,,. :. > .,;...
New World, the Spanish con. American country name a rep. ;y \f

resentative to the council. "We .
quest, the conversion of the
Indians and-more recently are now beginning to see all To Mass Invitation in Youth K /
that we can do with cooperation OR BUCKET"IT'S
the individualism and isolation '
"
and coordination, Mon HAVE you ever stopped to reflect that God gives the
cf Latin America's churchmen.In signor Mendoza b'r
says. grace of conversion not only to adults but also to 1 FINGER LICKIN' GOOD"
1955, Latin America had
"And thanks to God, with this
children? Children who *
have reached the age of reason are

organization created by the capable of understanding both the doctrines and credentials a COL HAJ&AM)SANDOStonOMU BJOTC

ST. PETERSBURG Holy See and the Latin American of the Catholic religion, when presented in simple \ x- 1
hierarchy we will be ableto ,
2 -
language. *'
make these possibilities into my sister and now father at- ; <
Virtually all the methods of
MUMFORD realities." tends Sunday Mass. Through 't 4t
winning adults can also be
t BefrlferctUn Air Conditioning God's I've received about !
grace
President of the council Is used for children, particularlythat
jrS
heat Pump Service 50 converts and find j
instruct-
Good Used Appliances Archbishop Miguel Dario Miranda of bringing them to Mass. PHONE 898-4422
$!S- Ith. At. South" ing them one of my greatest 1!
Gomez of Mexico City This is illustrated ; &
Than*. y In the joys," Father Thorsen said. 5"S... AND PICK IT UP
Day 818-847 :site 8:8-3141 who is now in the middle of his .
conversion of 6c Similar is the conversion of :

third two-year term. two little boys Adrian Fox of Mason City, aH5 2501 9th St. No.
The Bishops of 16 of the 23 Iowa Benedictine ;
DOROTHY & TED CALVO who are now now a monk
Invite yon te Latin American nations have Priests. The and assistant pastor of St.

I formed national secretariats to first is that of Bernard parish in St.:Paul.

1J ototy tie"J tji tJ work with the council and to Robert J. "My mother," related Father e )re. fy ''T LIVE SAFE !
Thorsen of Fox, "married outside the ; h l
act as an executive body in
11211 Seminole Blvd. affairs. C 1 ncinnati Church and did not practicethe DRIVE SAFE !
(C. S. Alt. It) Large, Fla. domestic now assist- Faith for some 40 years.

ant pastor of St. Columban We children started out in life \\LL Consult this directory before your next tankful of

rrt7 An Enchanting Little Shop parish, Loveland, Ohio. "WhenI as Protestants attending a gas or needed repairs. You'll be glad you did.
For Children was about eight years old," little Bible church."I .

Featuring related Father Thorsen, "two had some Catholic buddies "

EASTER FASHIONS cousins came to visit our fami and went to Sunday Mass with : Holy Name Blessed Sacrament

9ti! For Boys and Girls ly. They took my brother and them. I liked it, and though AT CHRIST TIlE KING, TAMPA

me to Mass one Sunday, and only eight years old, attended Christ the King School, Tampa, welcomed the recent HAZEllS'Proprietor
DEB'n HEIR
that was the turning point in Mass regularly. visit of the Boston College surveyor, Dr. Catherine @ .
140 2nd Ave. N.E. life.
my "God must have given me Downey, here pictured with the pastor, Father :Mark J. Sinclair
(The John Baldwin Bldg.) "Though I continued to attend the grace of faith, for I soon McLoughlin and Sister Mary Adelma S.S.N.D., principal.

Sunday School and got permission to take instruc '
church services In either the tions. I was baptized by Father :

Methodist, Lutheran or Presbyterian Herbert Krueger in St. Joseph
KINGFIS"UREST church, I yearned for Church and made my first I Coming Events I J. L. McKnellen One-Stop Auto Service

the annual visit of my cousins Holy Communion. 5802 15th Ave. S. 4998 Seminole Blvd.
This column Huts future benefits.than peclal meeting and event ., mereof
and the opportunity to attend "My mother is back in the I local Interest. Advance notice I regular meeting will be omitted.I Phone 344-0461 PHONE 392.1962JOHN'S

Mass. Church and father is a con
my
AURA NT St. Jude Church, St. Peters. Bazaar, May 18, Jackson
"God seemed to have givenme vert, having been baptized
burg, Forty Hours Devotion, vine's
Sacred Heart
the gift of faith at that shortly before my ordination.My 68.Vocation. parish ST. ST. RAPHAEL'SSNELL
April
SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST first Mass, and I repeatedly mother's sister is also back Fair, St. Charles Guild.

asked my parents for permission after many years away, and ISLE GULPCOMPLIMENTS
hall, Orlando, April 7, 1.9 STAMD1tRD
e Golden Fried or Broiled Shrimp to join the Catholic my youngest brother is a Cath- OIL -
School
p.m., Home and Association -

Succulent A Luscious Scallops Lobsters Church."Mother was a lapsed Catholic olic."This chain of events seemedto Christ' sponsor.the King: Church, :;; ; 'eeeee1Ij3c OF

and sympathized with me, be triggered by my attend- Jacksonville, Forty Hours EARL COX e

YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER but counseled me to wait fora ing Mass as an eight-year-old Det'otJonpril 79. \

SERVED OCEAN FRESH few years. Toward the end with my buddies, for it wa.s St. Paul Guild Easter Monday / Standard Station

HUSHPUPPIES AXD ROLLS of grade school, mother re- then that God apparently gave card party, Jacksonville,
Chicken and SteaksAt turned to the sacraments. This, me the precious gift of faith. April 15.Card 7475 Gulf Blvd. Call 8298201'St.

Famous Johns Pass of course, enabled me, along "I take no credit for any of party, 1 p.m., April Pete Beach, Ha. 1301 Snell Isle Blvd.
4645 9th Street North
with my sister, to take instruc- this. It's all due to God's 15, Annie Silver Community ,

tions. grace," Father Fox said. Hall, Bradenton Beach; St. .

"While under instruction I True indeed. But God can Bernard Guild sponsor.
34th Street at 1st Avenue NorthST. experienced a great desire to use apparently insignificant incidents Scripture institute for

become a Priest. as channels of His Prit'stspril 16-19, St. Leo

PETERSBURG "Three years after my grace. Abbey, St. Leo. AT GUARANTY FEDERAL
Card party, luncheon Cape
What could appear of less
Baptism, my parents permitted
A Shop 9:30 a.m. 'til 9 p.m. consequence than the visit of Colony Inn, Cocoa Beach,
me to enter the semin
relatives who took a little boy April 17; Catholic Women'sClub
ary. with them to Mass? sponsor. You Receive S & H Stamps In Addition To

"A few later Minstrel show Clearwater
years my ,
A WARDS brother was baptized. Three yearning Yet that in one his visit heart planted to the be- Central Catholic High Their Many Regular Services

months after ordination I ,
my School 8.30 p.m. April 18-
come a Catholic, and that con
celebrated the Nuptial Mass for 19, high school auditorium.
summation triggered a sequence H STAMPSWith
CLASSIC of events leading to Card party, April 19, 8 p.m., FREE 1,000 S &
cafetorium; St. Paul Guild,
; more than 50 conversions.
Thus strikingly were fulfilledthe Jacksonville Beach. A New Account of $250.00 or More
Dance Southside"ompn'
"
words "A little child shall
Club, Jacksonville, April 20
lead them" (Isaia 11, 6)).
9 p.m., San Jose Guild :spon
12"WHIPPED FLORIST-GREENHOUSES The moral? Use every oppor-
sor.
T IIO$ Lakerltw AT*. S. tunity to kindle the interest of Gainesville, St. Patrick par- 4% CURRENT DIVIDEND Now Is. Transfer Time
WE WIRE FLOWERS and win them for
8672136St. children Ish bazaar, April 20. Payable & Compounded Quarterly

; Petersburg Christ. Low Sunday Pilgrimage to Let Guaranty Federal I

Oldest Mission, St.Augustine,
I Florida, April 21. Transfer For You Now

b 9 Dad's Club, Jesuit High
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r 1: CREAM April 21, Fort Homer Hes-
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: Convention, Augustine
ir Invested 22nd Earn Dividends
b SEDAN TERMS Diocesan Council of Catholic Savings By April Postage Paid Both Ways

: K DACRON Women, Tampa, April 22- -I. From The 1st of April

Card party, St. Petersburg,
NOW ONLY $1569 PULL PRICEIF Blessed Trinity Women's

\ i iL ti YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ECONOMY LOOK FOR. Club sponsors, Anchorage, PHONE 345-9331
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drip-dries BILL BROWN'S ST. PETERSBURG All Saints Home, Jacksonville Open Monday through Friday 9 A.M. to 8 P.M.

.x Forty Hours Demotion;
.
\ .) beige-blue April 25.30.Card .

party, St. James Additional Services Offered: .: _

print Low Cost School Orlando, April 29, 8 'l \
.I'i Savings Accounts Notary Public
p.m. Home and School spoil*
Y Trust Accounts Mortgage Loans

i .i z sizes e'I MortgageLoans sor.St.. Lawrence' parish "coun- Passbook Loans ConventionalConstruction
= 12 20I DC-12 PlanTraveler's
g k ,. to try fair" May 3-4, Tampa.
i L Checks Commercial
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par-
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1kTr News stories from any .ourr.
.' h. ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA bald reach "The FUrida Catb.lie"
;. 1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH .rrir BO later than 3Ioadar: >ew SHOPPING CENTER ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
pictures thoald reach the editor by
Member F.D.I.C. Friday for pablleatUa la the. f.l- MARTIN J. ROESS President
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I Catholic. CommentLent Frank J. Sheed Reds Advance Influence in; Brazil I IL


Our Lord Gave Eternal Life IFE Itself, as reflected In "the complete liberation of the or not" when the communists

Khrushchev's maneuvers country, the abolition of lati- proclaim, "There is no God."

through the "World Marxist fundism, and structural reorganization It is this also which causes
Slips By so Fast By Changing Bread, Wine Review," tells us that we are on of the social and much of our American press to

the eve of des- economic system." go mooning after Khrushchevas

AS we enter Into the final two weeks of of self-denial, Lent slips by without us t f QAY what you like, consecrated bread is still bread,, perate days in With "the consolidation of "the champion of peace"

Lent, some of us are bending under realizing it or, for that matter, without not someone's body. Scientific tests have settled the; Latin America. !socialism!: on the world arena," against, for instance, the

the yoke of fasting, prayer and penance. sharing in the spirit of Lent. matter beyond doubt. All of us It is said, "such a revolutionwill Chinese communists.It .

; We should remind ourselves that there are If you wavered, it would be a wonderful Scientists have indeed applied every sort of chemicaland [I were made save the people of Brazil Is this very cry of

only two weeks to go in Lent. Those who thing to make a new resolution for the physical test to consecrated hosts,, happy at the from the torments of capitalist "peace" which has led to

may have fallen down in their resolutions, remaining weeks of Lent. If you have been smuggled to them somehow. They have always [ mass for the applause President development and enable themto America's repeated retreats

still have time to practice voluntary self- loyal thus far to your little acts of self- got the same results as if they had. of the'' pass" on directly to social- Last week, I brought out

denial.We denial, just tighten your belt for the next I been testing bread. And they say triumphantly '. United States ism.The weight of this threat is h o w "peaceful coexistence"had

can't really appreciate Easter and final weeks. Maybe nerves have worn that this proves the Catholic doctrine ', in Costa Rica. conveyed to us fully by the been used the by HitlerStalinpact. Moscow in
1939
to
Sunday unless we ourselves experience thin and stomachs cry out for satisfaction of the Eucharist false. But any instructed 'Our enthusi-' October 1962 "World Marxist justify

suffering to a greater or lesser degree. It Catholic could have saved them "
and the halo is getting uncomfortable.But Review, in its article on I now have in my hands the
is all well and good to say that it is far the trouble of testing, could have told Louis F. Budenzasm "Marxism-Leninism and its In-
this is part of the observance of Lent.If May 4, 1949, copy of the "New
more important to be dedicated to our them in advance what the results wouldbe. fluence on Cultural Life in Times" from Moscow with its
,
soon dimmed at the
state in life than to make small acts of we wish to have a part in Christ'sResurrection The results, in fact, are part of the: convening of the communist- Brazil. There we learn from long discussion of "the world

self-denial. However, most of us discover we likewise must have a part Catholic doctrine! For it says that the I ruled continental congress for Pedro Motta Lima, a leading congress for peace," held In

that, when we do not make these small acts in His Good Friday.will bread is changed into the Body of Christ, solidarity with Cuba. This was communist journalist, that the Paris. An entire supplementcovers

but the "appearances" remain exactly as they were, not opened in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on philosophy of dialectical materialism the major speeches

Father Leo J. Tre8eWhyEndure changed by one hair's breadth. March 25 as I had cautioned is increasingly pene- made there.
.
I wnat aoes tnis mean uvery new color, touch It and you are four weeks ago. Although par- trating Brazilian Intellectual Then it was that Stalin trot-

quality of bread that can be burnt, increase the heat and it tially interrupted it brought to- circles. ted out "peace" as the means to
Unhappy State of Mind? reached by our senses-or by melts. The new color is not gether all the leading commu- We are told: "For many consolidate his rule over the

the scientific instruments the iron any more than the old nists on the Southern American years the ideological life of captive nations. In order to do

: which extend our senses' reach is the heat the continent and their chief the country was dominated by so, he had to have the United
nor
was nor
you an oversensitive The person who feels that does not mean that we are con- ,
ARE I hope not. Ah he "always" Is being slighted ceited.It -everything that bread does, power to burn, nor the molten- sympathizers and supporters. Catholic theology and scholasticism States roundly belabored.So .
I everything that can be done to This meeting well which encouraged super- we read in this "New
insulted that may
over.Ttf' .u person creates a deliberately ignoredor means simply we are
vast amount of unnecessary "talked about," definitely content with ourselves as God bread, remains the same. ness.What is true of Iron is true prove to be one of the momentous stition and prejudice and of-. Times" supplement that a leadIng .

unhappIness is an oversensitive pei>on. has made us. No test that science has devised of anything whatever-bread, milestones In the fered pseudo-scientific"concepts American communist "de
will devise history of the Latin American as 'eternal truths. nounced the policy of the
for him We feel that He has been or ever can say, or wine.
All of us do occasionallymeet detect a difference. For, in the peoples. Then, "the rising national American Imperialist monopo-
in
self (or herself good to us making us as we Our senses report the
up with offensive people, field of For bourgeoisie" capitalist class, lies aimed at
investigation open to months, the "World or establishing
and would want Its actions
) and is a are, we not to thing's quality,
but these occasions are rare. there is difference.Yet Marxist Review" has been brought forward positivism as United States domination
;d be anyone else. This is not us, no and reactions; but the thing preparing over
great trial to -- People who are purposely offensive their philosophical the world."
It Is the
I pride. It is a perfectly normal after consecration itself no sense discovers.It world comrades for weapon.
family friends. and are a minor element in and desirable emotional state.It no longer bread. And preciselythe is the mind that is awareof the eventual soviet takeoverof This was welcomed historically !!. Frightened by !such accna!

Mary our population. It just is not is not pride, either, which same is true of the wine. the iron-or the bread, or Brazil. We find the Moscow by marvht-Ieninist lion, much of our press and
Brown, for example possible to encounter them because it scattered much of then
4 Can col.
causes the oversensitive personto we make any sense of the wine-because the senses program well summarized this our government
is abnormally every day.Another. be so easily offended.On this at all? Do we simply makean have reported that group of February in the article entitled the effectivenf' of Thorn- lapsed' in opposition to soviet

sen- test of our sensitiveness the contrary, he suffers act of Faith and leave it at qualities and effects which we "Brazil in the Grip of ism! which the communists plans and permitted con.oll.
sitive. She Is the degree to from subconscious feelingsof that? have learnt to associate with Contradictions." continue to regard as their dation of :Mo>cow's iron control -

4 passes her which we worry about what inferiority. Our Lord said it and lie iron or bread or wine. It outlines how the communists chief enemy in the field of over the captive nations.So .

friend, Helen Jones, on the other people think of us. These feelings may be due to has the words of eternal life. These qualities and effects intend to take the lead in philosophy.The today, Khrushchevthrows
street. Helen does not speak to It is quite normal to wish to i opposing "American imperialist wide acceptance of positivism the mantle of "peace"over
some unfortunate c r c u m- "This is my Body, he said. philosophers call "accidents";
her. Mary goes home in a be well thought of by others. stances of his childhood; per That which He held in His the thing itself they call "sub domination and the monop-- has paved the way for his shoulders to obscure

miserable state of mind, asking Psychologists tell us that "ac haps inability to measure up to hands, which looked and smelt stance." oly of the latifundists (big the advance of dialectical ma- the directives he gives the comrades

herself, "Whatever did I do to ceptance by our peers" (that is, his parents' exaggerated ex and felt and tasted like bread, If God chooses to change the landowners) "by the creationof terialism. This is most interest to carry fire and swordto

make Helen mad at me?" The being well thought of by our pectations. Whatever the rea- was not bread. It had been substance (the bread itself or "a united national and demo- ing for us to know. Brazil and other parts of

truth is that Helen was deeply associates) is a pretty basic human son, the oversensitive person is bread, but now it was His the wine) while preserving the cratic front." This front, they Our dominant American Latin America.In .

preoccupied as to whether or need. not satisfied with his own image Body. accidents
not she should buy the $19.95 The person who says, "I of himself. He said it, and His word is the bread or wine reaches our shape in Brazil. positivism known as pragma. sweeping reforms, we will
dress she had been looking at. Making use of this front, tism. It is that which leads our clearly hato place the responsibility -
don't care what other people He has an unrecognized fear enough. Light or no light, His senses, acts or reacts), we haveno
She had not even seen Mary thhik," is likely to be a more that he may not be deservingof word is enough.Yet way of discovering for our- "the revolutionary forces head- supreme court to say in effectin for communist acts

Brown. abnormal and certainly a respect and acceptance by light can be comforting.And selves that He has done so. We ed by the working class" will its prayer decision: "We in Latin America at the doorof

John Smith is another ex more selfish-person than the others. Unconsciously he expects there is a gleam of it to can accept His word or rejectit advocate radical reforms for don't know whether God exists Moscow. There it belongs.

ample. Sifting at his office oversensitive soul. to be belittled. Conse- be had. There really is a distinction but we cannot test it.

desk, he watches two of his We have a need to be accepted quently he sees offense where between a thing and We, who accept, receive Pope John XXIII
fellow workers at the water but the oversensitive there is none. the ways in which the thing affects Christ Our Lord whole and

cooler tailing and laughing. individual feels this need In its extreme form, over- our senses and so makes entire within ourselves.For .

John is sure that they area with a painful urgency. sensitiveness may need the itself known to us. He is a living Christ, Church Praises American Heroine

talking about him. help of a psychiatrist for its A piece of iron, for instance. and we cannot receive His
:Most of us take It for granted concludes the text of the English translation of the veneration ceremony ad-
) Actually they are discussinga The eyes see its color, but the Body without receiving His THIS
that we are reasonably well cure.In of Pope John XXIIL The occasion the recent beatification of Elizabeth
their the milder form In color is not the iron, it is only whole self.There was
freak victory of bowling .
liked and It takes -
respected. a which it most often appears, something that the iron has- is mystery for us still. Ann Seton.
team the previous night; Johnis unmistakable affront or family of the Sisters of Charityof old, so that In the exercise of
their very however, it can be controlled or rather something that the How the qualities and activities As can be said of other
far from thoughts.A
to St. Joseph four years afterher charity they may bear witnessin
discourtesy upset us. with\ prayer and effort. iron does (color is the resultof of bread are maintained in outstanding persons of the
third instance is Jane conversion to the Catholic love and in good works suchas
The reason why we are not The underlying insecuritymay the iron absorbing light and being when bread is: no longer 19th century, the newly beatified -
Doud. Faith it was her wish to dedi- the world expects of them.
easily disturbed is because we not be eliminated, but the throwing some of it back for there we cannot well see, arrived at Catholicism, not
The president of the Altar have a satisfying feeling of outward manifestations can be our eyes to catch). The nose though theologians brilliantly by denial of the past but ratheras cate herself to every form of O Blessed Elizabeth Seton,

Society said, "1 do wish you self-worth. As we look at ourselves checked. When we recall that can smell the iron, but the speculate.But reaching a providential goal charity in the voluntary practices from today on, you shine forth
of the spiritual and before all nations for
cor
: members would do your visiting in the mirror of our our oversensitiveness causes smell is not the iron, only when Christ offers Him- through study, prayer and the your
works
after the meeting and pay mind, we like what_ we see much uncalled-for annoyanceand something the iron does to the self as food of our souls we do practice of charity, for which poral of mercy. fidelity to your baptismalvows.

attention to business now." there. even unhappiness to inside lining of our nose. not challenge Him to prove she had been prepared by the Side by side with the count- .

Jane felt personally Insulted We take It for granted that others, charity will dictate that A noise reaches the ears if that the offer is within His whole course of her former life. less ways in which she pro- Look down with favor, we

and quit the Altar Society. other people also like us. This we labor at the task. iron is dropped, there is hard power to make goodVe! One step after another she vided for orphans and needy pray yqu, on your people who
children, her work for the glory in you as their first
ness under the fingers if we nourish ourselves with Him. found herself in the of
bosom
touch it, a savor in the palateif 1 said a while ago that we the Catholic Church education of youth stands out flower of sanctity! Obtain for
Question Box : them from God the
we lick it. The sound, the cannot test His word-that is, above all. grace to
I hardness, the taste-these are as the objector understands This was for her an enrich In this regard she is rightly preserve the sacred heritage of

Bent of Soul at Death Imoortant not the iron, only qualities the "testing." But in our own lives ing of the treasure she already considered one of the precursors their call to the Gospel, the
possessed, an opening of the firmness of their faith and the
of of the parochial school
- iron has, its ways being :nd we can test it. This is one foodof
a jewel box she held In her
ardor of their
I acting. which the proof is in the eat- system which has borne and charity, so that
Q. If we are judged once be reunited to their bodies. of us who have studied our Heat the iron and it has a ing. hands, a penetration into the still bears such abundant they may respond with joy to

at the particular judgment The souls in heaven will not catechism as young- knowledge of the complete fruits in the United States, pro- their special calling.

why should we be judged lose their eternal happiness.The sters have spent all the time truth, to which she had been viding the Church and the Extend likewise your protection

again at the general judg- souls in hell will not lose we need on the study of religion Father John J. Castelot close since the years of her country with a constant flow over the entire

) ment? their eternal misery.In ? Why join discussion youth. of fervent Catholics and exemplary Church, bhoning forth to all

A. Neither at the particular other words, our destinyis clubs? Psalm The ways of the Lord are infinite citizens. men as an example that fire

judgment nor at the general not "reconsidered" or. "read- A. We simply cannot remem- Holy Spirit Inspired : The figure of Elizabeth of )love which urged you on

,. judgment does God have to justed" on the day of general ber all we have learned. "Thou art near 0 Lord, and Seton lives on in the self-dedi "from glory to glory" (:

"judge" us to decide whetherwe judgment. That destiny was decided The young especially, while Of Our Saviour's PassionIN all thy ways are truth" (psalm cation of her spiritual daughters Corinthians 3, 18)) until you
and for all by the 118 .
once 151))
their
are in the state of grace or apparently learning religion leaning forward in each reached supreme glorification
in the state of mortal sin. He state of our soul at the momentof very well, do not alwayscome Let us not tread the ways of one of them in order to do !
last week's article we took pie from danger after dangerin
knows this without having to death. to a live realization of the Lord hastily or impatientlyas
The general judgment will sort of bird's-eye view of the past, is still in the midstof good to countless numbers of Venerable brothers and beloved
weigh our case the way an the content of what they have we await that meeting withso adults
God's 21 which has His people, still loving and and children, of personsin children: To crown the
be a manifestation of justice psalm rightfullybeen
would.At learned. Until life's problems many of our brothers, which
earthly judge .
the particular judgment It will be, in a sense, a emphasize a particular teach called the psalm of the caring for them. the final prayers of the Divine spiritual and temporal need. joys of this holy day, may

which takes place the very "public" reaffirmation of God's ing, they seldom are aware of Passion. It Why, then, does He not Saviour invoked with super- And We like to stop and there abundance descend upon you in
glory, of the earthly fidelity of would deserve the of think of all the Sisters of the favors of the
moment a person dies, God apportions its full meaning.He answer anguished pleas human earnestness: That all Lord
to each soul its rela- those in heaven and of the would indeed be foolish this title even His faithful servant? The may be one (John 17, 21)). Charity.' In different dress and to whom be "honor and
of those in if It were only his with their rule adapted to the glory and dominion for ever
obduracy terror
earthly who would divorce himself psalmist expresses,
award is
tive or punishment.At It enough if we raise our and
ever"
for the fact climates and of the various (Apocalypse 5, 13)).
his
and unflagging hope in usages
the
at from obligation
the general judgment imposed eyes full of confidence toward
the end of the world, all souls hell.Q.. Don't you think those upon him by Truth Itself to that Jesus significant words.A. the newly beatified, whose fig- countries, they renew the It is as an earnest and pledgeof
continue searching for knowl- gasped out its .! continues his prayerfor ure radiates an enchanting prodigies of St. Vincent de those celestial favors that
opening words Paul and St. Louise de Maril- We cordially impart Our apostolic
edge until life here is no more. help and describes his spiritual attraction for souls,
TEANGE BUT TRUE No Catholic can ever say just moments misery in terms which read and we can be sure of her lac. blessing to each one of
that he knows enough. Unlesshe before death1temporar I like a preview of Calvary.In powerful intercession.And From the untiring activity of you, to the numerous pilgrim
Facts (for
; Liftle-Known which have
I is able his each and all of them, motivatedas ages come from
to
give inquiring A-3 he his
((20-22)) resumes
*_...... at the same time we exhort the United States of
**-1MX KCW& ily stilled His Americafor
*
*
MURRAY they are by the love of God
By M. )J. neighbor a satisfactory explanation all Our children of the ,
voice. But there is plea.And this occasion, and to all
more. The there rises all the
for the Faith he him- then in B-l there is an universal Catholic family, so up over
sufferings and eventual liberation world, in manifold tones the those! who faithfully guard the
self holds, he must continuehis abrupt change of mood. The that by their fidelity to the ,
heritage of their Mother .
of the psalmist Elizabeth
were so of St Paul
hymn :
.
own search.Q. strikingly like those of Jesus psalmist is now ecstatic. AI I; ;lofty ideal established by Jesus : Seton.
How does the Church though he does not say so explicitly i Christ-united to Him, throughHim "Charity is patient, i h Kind;
that we cannot fall to detect
justify permitting divorced the action of the Holy Spirit it is clear that his ; united to the Father, and charity doesn't envy .

Catholics to be married who inspired him to describe prayer has been heard. i united in the Holy Church to i* not self-seeking, rejoices -

again in Church? them. Now he is singing God's the sucessor of St. Peter, the with the truth; bears
praises proclaiming God's visible head of the Catholic
A. The Church doesn't
justify

Beginning with the apostles with all things, believes all
Catholics living in bad goodness to all who have household that they too may
indeed with Jesus things, endures all Catholic
1 be
marriages any more than She gathered in the Temple. instruments of salvationand
justifies any other sins. Catholics Himself-the Church has always He is about to offer a sacri- :; of true joy. things" (1 Corinthians 13,

1 who attempt marriage out. recognized In the experience fice of thanksgiving and is ill 47)We

side the Church are living in a of the psalmist a divinely looking forward to sharing the Elizabeth Setan, who had cherish paternal affection Published .werT TrUUr

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America. Prob- I Christ, a Baptist from a Con- men of the frontier became p,,:;<': '. :', ,' ".* ;" ''' ''' >, 1 .' 1 ,-:Y >..sS; ,..;<;" ,, ,\ "' ,':, f" J. Mallory Owa.r
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ably the textbook I gregationalist. members of the Church. ..;t, .:.',, ,:, -_--- ;,' ,.." '+'-" "" ,.n'' ,' ':' :":.'lie':. .': J' t;,., ,.l'' CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia
writersgave These thoughts came to They did not receive the full. -
BLAUVELT DOMINICANS WELCOME VISIT OF SUPERIOR GENERAL
us a bad mind as I''read a news item re- ness of grace that comes
deal simply because cently which stated that six through the Church as they Pictured on the recent visitation by their Superior general of the Sisters; Sister John Dominic, school supervisor Welcome Travelers

,____ they major Protestant denominations -did not formally acknowledgethe General are Sisters of St., Dominic of Blauvelt, New from Blauvelt; Sister Ann Francis; standing, Furniture
BO ntue'hAIAl1tW aoout early had met at Oberlin Ohio whole teaching that comes York, who staff schools in Daytona Beach; from the Sister M. Lucina, Sister M. Paula, Sister M. Pierre, Sister Porch and Patio specialties

American Catholics. EducatedIn to discuss the possibility of a through Peter and His succes left, seated, Sister M. Bernadita, principal of Father Edward Marie, Sister Alphonsus, Sister M. Gonzaga, Rattan Wrought Iron

a Protestant, often anti- great merger. They were: the sors. But that they did not Lopez High School; Sister M. Gerald, principal of St. Sister M. Paracleta and Sister Walter Marie. Monsignor Aluminum

Catholic tradition they came United Presbyterian Church receive all the privileges of the Paul School; Rev. Mother ,Lawrence Marie, mother Mullally welcomed the visitors to the parish. Highway I -Ormond Beach

to know only the most obvious the Methodist Church, the Church Is no reason why we -
facts about American Catho- United Church of Christ, the should minimize their basic rrogram Criticized

Ii C:5.: Disciples of Christ the Evangelical membership in the Church.In Century-Old Missions See ChangeAs PROVIDENCE (XC) -Bishop CARPETS &; UNOLEUM
On the other hand, how United Brethren and his talk at the canonization Russell J. McVinney of

much do we know about the Protestant Episcopal of Mother Seton, Pope Providence has criticized a nationally -
Protestants and their contributions -Church. John certainly did not mIni. New Zealand's Maori IncreaseBy televised dramatic

to American history? Reverend Dr. Eugene Carson mlze her life as an Episco program for making "a hero
I would wager that the Blake, architect of the merger, palian. Father Ernest R. Simmons out of an avowed atheist." Wall To Wall Carpet

average Catholic today knows was pleased with the achieve He said she had arrived at NCWC News Service The Bishop told an audienceat

almost nothing about the ments of the meeting and said the Catholic faith "not by a AUCKLAND-Catholics make up only eight percent of New Zealand's Maori pop- the dedication of a new parochial AI's

Methodist circuit-riders and that the churches are now denial of the past but ratheras ulation and there are only two :Maori Priests although the first Catholic mission was school that "yes we must
ready to discuss actual consolidation reaching have freedom," but he added Floor CoveringTelephone
a providential started 125 years years ago. The Maori people, New Zealand's native Polynesians, are
although they refuse to goal for which she had this should not extend to the
,
growing strong again after being on the wane for 50 years in the colonized land that
Daytona Beach set any timetable for the completion been prepared by the whole was once their own. atheist the right "to go Into CL 2-9842
of their task. course of her former life." New Zealand's two main communities have remained the classroom and teach impressionable 704 North Beach
Most Catholics feel that As we read of early American One out of every 13 New islands. faithful to the Catholic religion minds."
Furniture Books is Zealanders is Maori. The Maoris After the Maori Wars it since the criticismwas
something big underway Protestant preachers we was early 1840s. Bishop McVinney's
Greeting Cards here but we don't know exactly do not repudiate their efforts: with a population total in obvious that New Zealand had It is an inspiring thing to aimed at "The Defenders,"

LLOYD COX what Is happening.We we regret that denominational 1961 of 167,390 are increasing become another European spend a day or two in such a a weekly CBS-TV series. Its

Office SuppliesCL know far more about divisions prevented them from 4.03 per cent a year, twice as country. The Maoris had to accept community.The March 23 program dealth witha
the common market than we working together with men fast as the Europeans at 1.99 the loss of their, land Catholic church" a En- conflict between the board of

..118 North 2.3473 Beach Street do about this merger going on like Marquette and Isaac per cent. where they were by then a ropean style structure, ornamented trustees of a school and an
q within our own country. Yet I Jogues. The Maoris used to live most minority.This with a Maori spiral atheist teacher.
think we should know. ly in rural areas. Now they are conflict brought a n pattern, is the heart of the Clifford Marshall, head of

First we American Catholics Mother General moving into the cities. Today, end to the missionaries' corn rn unity. press relations for CBS, said
r should know what each denomInation 34 per cent of them live in dream of keeping the Maori The "marae" or meeting- that the company "at this time

I has contributed to urban areas where they compete people uncontaminated by place, Is near the church. Here has no comment."
American history and culture. From BlauveltIn for jobs on equal terms white civilization. the elders of the tribe gatherfor

( The Methodist circuit riders, with Europeans.The The old Maori missions were feasts and for debates on
AUOMIROSE POWDER PUFF
for Instance, evangelized the Daytona Beach Maoris' growth and wiped out. When they were tribal policy. Some of these
:"\ frontier. They held camp meet. their move to the cities do not set up again later, a new pat meetings go on for days and BEAUTY SALON) LUCKY'SPaint
DAYTONA BEACH
Ings and revivals at which St. seem likely to cause race prob-- tern of development arose. the whole group sleeps in the Creative Hair Styling
there were undoubtedly some Paul Convent, St. Paul School lems. Harmony has marked relations -Maori missions were set up meeting house as they did in Permanents Silver Blendingand
emotional excesses but at the and Father Lopez High School between Maoris and only in rural centers. In a ancient days. Tinting & Body Shop

same time they brought to the were all visited last week by Europeans for the past 50 number of country areas, the At Mass, the congregationchants ,.
.4SItso
the Mother General of the Sisters is Catholic and in Helen M. Schrenk OR 642 N. Rldgewood (Rear)
frontier a code of morallty :years. population wholly prayers hymns So. Atlantic, Ormond Beach
To a lawless frontier they of St. Dominic of Blauvelt, Catholicity came to the and Maori. Maori missions are the Maori language. Opp. Coquina Hotel CL 3-2266 Free QuotationsJAY'S
brought an uncompromisingmoral New York, and her companion, Maoris administered by :Mill Hill Fathers Baptisms First Holy Communions
In 1838 when Frenchborn -
Sister John
See law. They were only ten Dominic, supervisor Bishop. Jean KaptistePompallier and Marists. weddings and funerals -
.
CROVELLA REALTY years behind Daniel Boone but of schools.They came to New For 50 years after the Maori are celebrated by the FAMOUS FOODS

DIPLOMATIC CENTERCL in some parts of the country, were welcomed by Zealand with a few Priests Wars, the Maori race seemed to whole congregation, not just bya
TIIK ORIGINAL OF DAYTONA .
Monsignor William J. )Iullal.I
be doomed. White civilization .
notably the northwest, they family.At
2-1725 CL 2-2875 .-. and set up a mission. At that SPECIALIZING IN ITALIAN CriSINKBRKAKFA8T
Member preceded the first wave of the )' \ V.F., pastor.! time, the Maoris were still brought diseases to which Ma. a funeral the body is left LUNCH FULL COURSE DIoioiERS
Our Lady of Lourdes westward migration. The principals escorted the cannibals.In oris had little resistance. These lying in state for several days PIZZA AS YOU LIKE IT
Atlantl CL J48
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Secondly, as Christians we Mother General and the Sister diseases, plus the introduction while prominent visitors give
ought to know what the early Supervisor through the 1840 New Zealand be- of alcohol and the low standardof eulogies and old ladies their

Protestant missionaries did to schools. came a British colony. European living among the Maoris, heads wreathed with willow "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS-SINCE 1881"Wm. %
Insured Superiority In The Sisters of Blauvelt staff colonists then started
preach the Gospel and to Weakened that formerly virile leaves, chant dirges to express
Cleaning Your Rugs & the only Catholic St.Joseph's pouring into the They
Hospital country.
bring Christ to souls that had Imd healthy race. their sorrow. A. Ritzi & Sons
Carpets In Your Home Hospital in Kingston, soon outnumbered the Maoris .
not known Him. The Methodist But in the 20th century, as The Maoris seem likely soon
CALLServicemaster circuit riders, for instance, sin Jamaica. They also staff two and controlled the land. 'the Maoris became European.ized to be completely integrated Into Registered JewelersCL
cerely believed they were mission schools on the Island. The Maori Wars-skirmishes their death rate began to the New Zealand population 2.2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St.
The majority of their schoolsare which broke out
Free QuotationsCL during the fall. totalling about 2500000. Many
5.3404-CL 5-3404 in the North New York ISGO's in the central part of Some of the Catholic Maoris have already become Euro

Italian and American Food State, and Providence, Rhode the North Island-ended in a belong to families that have peans in everything except an HARRIETT
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SIx The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 5, 1963 : Bishop Consecrated

ii" I ObituaryMRS. I
'

Missioner Ousted From Sudan Tells : s -.& *ri '. 14t (' 1 Y Uganda SaidIndebted LUSSIER


1 ORLANDO :Mrs.: Cecile T.

Of Imprisonment on Flimsy ChargesROME -i; ToMissioners Lussier, 78, who died last Friday -

was buried here next to

her husband, the late A. J.
(NC-His mistreatment in prison while ill and the flimsy charges brought Lussier, on Monday of this

against him before his expulsion from the Sudan were described here recently by one of GULU. Uganda (XC) week.

the nearly 150 missionaries ousted from that African nation. Father Giovanni Trivella r .t .. $"j T .. P$1T __- Uganda's premier Milton Obote Requiem High :Mass: was

A F.S.C2.., was arrested last December 13, and was kept in jail until the day of his expul- T praised the efforts of missionaries celebrated at 10 a.m. in St.

sion from the :Moslem-ruled in this newly independent James Church by Father
said. "The told the truth about ci AAd.s41.
blanket, he police people *"
in speech
African country a :Fabian Gemino with
country.He responses
but him.
officer promised never T of
consecration
arrived here by air early gave me a blanket. It was terribly He said that one of them, L I t auxiliary following Bishop'Cypriano the K!. sung by the St. James School

this month, and, the 37-year- hot during the day because named Benjamin, contracted Gulu here. Choir. Monsignor Charles A.
of
hangire
t and Father Terence J.
Bartok
old member of the Verona but cold
of the zinc roof, tuberculosis in a month's timeas 0

Fathers told of the events lead- at night. I could not sleep the a result of ill treatment and .. The new Bishop i! wa consecrated Farrelly were in the sanctuary.

ing up to his expulsion in an first 12 days was taken to a hospital. .. I kJ.t bI'Chbl"hnp Father Farrelly pastor, read
Guido del MeMri, apostolic the final absolution in
interview.It prayers
December 23 as I felt
"On ,
Father Trivella said that he
__ delegate to }:;.*Africa, at a
began last October 28, he worse, a doctor was called to was given no formal hearing attended by 10,000 English.
ceremony Luster's
Mourning Mrs. '
said when he summoned visit He said he would.recommend' !
was me. until February 4, and that an
before the civil district commissioner but not 'prescribe'better attorney was called on to assist people. followed death are a daughter, Sister
The consecration was
Sisters of
Albert of the
in Yambio, near the treatment But precisely demonstrationsof Mary

Congolese border, and scoldedfor because it was not a prescription him.He was charged on three athletics by colorful and dancing. St. Joseph of St. Augustine,
TLTicII. and sons and their families! ,
playing a tape recorder in the police inspector refused
counts: stating that there is per- Premier Obote, a Protestant,
front of his mission church and until the last Mr. and Jlrs. A. Bernard
any help secution in the Sudan, that the said in his address that "it is Mrs.
Lussier and Mr. and
"
for distributing cultural pam- day. Sudanese government intendsto ., ... very difficult to separate the
phlets received from the The Priest said that his .. James T. Lustier.
expel all Christian mission- 4
idea of the Church and the
American and German embas- two atf'chists"ere also put ,4' Also surviving are a sister,
aries, and warning Christiansto
I idea of the advancement of the
sies In Khartoum.The in jail, in isolated cells, simply flee to the Congo Republic if -: tt,1 cLY { people of Uganda." Mrs. John F. Ahern, Wayne,
Nebraska, and Mrs. Lussier'isix
reason, said the commis- because they could have persecution broke out. The \ He added
:
sioner, was that distributing judge in the case ruled that ....' : .; "I sometimes wonder,. if in grandchildren. all of Orlando

pamphlets is a cultural activityand he should be tried by a higher .,. t, ; the last century only politicians -
The Lussier to
"this Is the exclusive rightof CitrusGrowerPhilip court. : had come from Europeto family came
i Central Florida in 1926 from
the state." As for playing a The province judge on hearing I1L j :i. \, rule Uganda, whether to- Denver.

tape recorder in a churchyard, the charge ruled that there day we could be independent
CarusoDiesOrlando :Mrs.: Lussier a member
that is a "social activity." A was insufficient evidence. He I think we would not have was
tt ---'Fi of St. James Women's Club and
1962 law forbids the Church ordered the Priest released- achieved what we have now."
.
A-V! of her civic and
from "performing all social and expelled from the country ., v' He went on to explain that many paro-
chial friends and associate
activities.
immediately. the politicians were concerned
> joined relatives at the funeralon
Father Trlvella recalled ORLANDO Philip Caruso, Actually, Father Trivella Jj most about keeping law and Monday morning.

that following his tongue. the Church said, his name was included on order in the African colonies,
72, benefactor of Mother Louis Edwin, superior -
lathing, he returned home here and on the East Coast, an expulsion order three M; and that they left the task of general of the St. Joseph

and informed his two catechists March 23 and months earlier along with education to the Church.
died
on was Sisters headed of Sisters
that they would have buried in Orlando following those of 42 of his fellow mis- FDfiiAW1j1 :; 7 : "There is no doubt that at, the funeral.a group -

to stop all religious Instruction sionaries.The the Church, and not the
March
Mass
Requiem High on ,,:, ,,;. The rosary was led by
w .
because it is against the 25. Father Terence J. Farrellywas Priest was asked bow fttt.: ;,....:'.,,':'>'' ,', .n.. British government, has" Father Farrelly at the Carey
]aw. the celebrant and Sudanese Christians are faring made Ugandahat it Is,
area
; : Hand chapel on Sunday after
The Italian missioner had no Priests joined the large numbers while the foreign missionaries premier Obote affirmed. at 3:30 o'clock.
noon :
major difficulty until December of relatives and friends are being systematically [ The premier said that

; 13, when a police inspector who gathered in St. James expelled."I A Uganda would have to quickenits Cardinal Leger

appeared."You. Church at 10 a.m. for the funeral. will tell you only three ____________ pace to solve many of its

t have spoken about facts which I witnessed," he AT CENTER OF CHRISTENDOM S problems, and that this would VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope
the adoption of John XXIII has named Paul
persecution here In the Sudan Mr. Caruso Is mourned by said. "A Christian policeman The bronze statue of St. Peter in St. Peter's Basilica seems to be presiding over probably mean
new kinds of social services. Emile Cardinal Leg e r S.S.,
," he charged."No. his wife and the families of brought me a cup of coffee, at recent rites for the beatification of Blessed Luigi Palazzolo. At left is high altar of the
But he promised that whatever Archbishop of Montreal, a
." their three sons and daughter my request. For this he was basilica.
decisions would be reached member of the sacred consls-
-"You spoke about the new of Orlando, Austin A. fined $10. Another Christian
would be taken after frank torial which
congregation prepares -
law." Caruso, Joseph M. Caruso, policeman was fined $10 for Cardinal Ritter Says
discussions with religious matters for consistories,
-"I only said there is a law Philip P. Caruso and Mrs. washing my socks. A third one
leaders. dioceses and chooses
erects
forbidding social activities con- John J. Walsh. There are 17 was fined $12 for giving me
ducted by the Church." grandchildren.Also water with which to wash." Blessed Mother Seton Had Sanctity Premier Obote related his Bishops. Pope John himself is
attempts to quiet the fears of prefect of this congregation.
the state of the
"You told the Christians to surviving are three sis Concerning Christian influence in Uganda

flee into Fransa (former ters, Mrs. Anna Battaglia, Orlando missions in the southern partof held by the non-Christians, and Date
Before She Became Catholic ConvertST. Seminary
:French Equatorial Africa now ; Mrs. Peter Augustine the Sudan, Father Trivella the fears of Christians that
the Congo Republic."No .)" had this to say: QUEBEC (XC)-A Pontifical
Rinella, Syracuse; and Mrs. they might be forced to abandon -
sir. If I even men- Josephine Sansone, Norfolk; "Some missionaries are left, LOUIS (NC) Elizabeth Seton "undoubtedly was a saint long before she be- their faith. Mass of thanksgiving was

tioned it, all I said was that If and a brother, Peter Caruso of but too few. Some churches came a Catholic," Joseph Cardinal Ritter has said here. The Archbishop of St. Louis He stated his belief that offered in Notre Dame basil-

I were expelled from the Sudan Schenectady.The have been left without a cited her beatification':March 17 in Rome as an example of how validly baptized Chris- freedom of religion would ica here to mark the 300th an-

I would work among Priest. Those missionaries remaining niversary of the founding of
go
late Mr. Caruso and his tians can achieve sanctity."For continue to be respected In
the Azande who live in French are forced to stay at er Seton first native -because she founded the Quebec Seminary. Francois de
.
Kquatorial Africa. family last year subscribed home; they cannot visit any- the greater part of her American to be raised to Sisters of Charity in the United the country.At Laval, first Bishop of Quebec
to the building fundof the same time, the
-"You are under arrest." $102,000 body, any village. Missionarylife life, Elizabeth Ann Seton wasa beatification understood States-but also for all the founded the seminary on
Medical Center in premier warned that divisions
:Father Trivella recalled thate Mercy is now dead." Protestant, Cardinal Ritter and carried the cross. laity, young and old, poor and March 28, 1663. Archbishop
Christians of
Orlando. The in last among the
generous expres- said. "It the
was only
and one of his catechistswere rich alike," Cardinal Ritter :Maurice: Roy of Quebec, prim
sion of family interest in the 15 years of her life of 46 years "She became a saint only be- Uganda were weakening the
arrested and taken to a said. ate of Canada, officiated at the
new hospital will establish the More Enter Church that she became a Catholic. cause she became more and status of Christianity in the
Their cell anniversary Mass.
temporary prison. chapel, the lobby and entire TRIVAXDHUM, India (NC) 'This early American woman more detached from all that is nation's life.
21 feet-half of Die in Red China Jail
measured 15 by
administration department.Mr. was undoubtedly a saint human, all that is natural, and
families
4 I it taken up by a latrine. Four- Caruso also worked for -Seventy-one belonging long before she became a Catholic became closer to God," he said. IIOXG KONG (NC)-Reports BEACH MEMORIAL

teen men were kept there. The to separated Eastern Rites reaching here state that three 4i91uttn4t O1flC
CHAPELSt.
the expansion of the Missions,
t Cardinal Ritter said her
Priest suffers from progressive have been received into the
she Chinese Priests have died in Prtrmburr Beach 160-5517
"The treasure always
and his was the recent pace.setting A. II. Craig Rondal I- Bennett
beatification could lead the
took to
S his
arthritis but jailers
Church in the SyroMalankarese had was enriched by her coming prison in communist China.
gift of $22,500 towardsthe Ambulance Service SEMINOLE BEACH
his shoes and socks and renewal of the faith among .
away left him only his trousers and proposed Church of the archdiocese of Trivandrumand into the bosom of Mother American Catholics. They are Father Peter Chang VA 4-1673 MEMORIAL CHAPEL

Epiphany soon to be built in the Tiruvalla diocese. More Church, but she had that Cheou-ki of the Suchow diocese ST. AUGUSTINE St. Petercbarc S91-990I

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; "As I am sick, I asked several Port Orange. than 70 other families were received -
Baptism, by her Anglican sanctity in the United the Haimen diocese and Father
times for a mattress, a The founder and chairmanof in the diocese last Octo- "
Baptism, he added. States may be a cause for renewal Matthew She Kia-ki. The datesof

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The Florida CatHolIc, Friday, April 5, 1963 Page! Seven

C Convention Stress Apostolate I __ Joe Williams ----



Of National Council of Catholic Men Yankees Hope Berra Will


WASHINGTON (NC) Thirty-seven seminars and forums dealing with a variety '
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of current topics will be packed into three days at the biennial National Council of 0 Catch Managerial Offer
t
Catholic Men convention in Atlantic City from April 24 to 28. .. '

The 20 seminars and 17 forums was more than met the eye In the decision to
to be held April 25 to 27 pedla" being prepared at the tinguishing themselves In the THERE
Yogi Berra as a double feature, I.e., part-time
will deal with social justice, Catholic University of Amer. scientific and cultural fields.
coach, part-time player. a managerial future. This has
ica
Washington D.C. Father v-
public morality, decency in ; Among speakers at the
seminars -
family life, communism, Sun. Eugene H. Maly, president, and forums will be: Fa. been admitted by Dan Topping, president of the New York

day shopping, sex education in American Catholic Biblical As. ther Benjamin A. Masse S.J., Yankees.

the family, moral problems in sociation, and Father Shawn associate editor of America -. _"Baseball_ Berra's lifetime profession. If he Is to remain -

business, convert work among G. Sheehan, liturgist and professor magazine; Mathew Ahmann, 1:7qj( in an important capacity and at a

Negroes and similar problems.The of theology of St. John's executive secretary of the National commensurate salary it must be as a big-

convention also will fea. Seminary, Brighton. Catholic Conference for league manager. We are helping to pre-

ture five 15-minute presentations Following the presentations, Interracial. Justice; Father pare him for that eventuality." "Does

by Second Vatican Coun. John A. O'Connor, associate Harold C. Gardiner S..!., liter. this mean ?" Topping anticipatedthe
cil consultants and experts at editor of the Monitor, San editor of
America
ary magazine WLr _
V ____ question "No, we aren't groom-
a general session in Francisco archdiocesan :
27 -
April news. presently on duty with the
ing him to replace Ralph Houk. We are
the Atlantic City convention paper, will interview the speak. new Catholic Encyclopedia
;
that satisfied with
ers to develop the significance Monsignor Frederick Stevenson Jw2na our present manager.
hall.The ..
There will be elsewhere. We
presentation will Include of renewal in the various director, youth department :; : *---: openings ,I

the principal area of National Catholic Welfare -- --- -P- _---'"-. ._... .............. .. .......... want Berra to be ready if and when a
; renewal in the Church areas.Theme of the convention Conference; Father RobertF. WEST TAMPA SCHOOL VISITED BY EVALUATOR call comes."

liturgical, biblical, catechetical 1* The Layman in an Ageof Drinan SJ., dean of Boston Sister Rosalie Ann, seventh grade teacher, center, c:xplains global parallels of _. Admirable.solicitude, but it could be superfluous. ManII

ecumenical and the social Christian Renewal." College law school; Donald meridians_ to a pupil, Rosalind Conner. Looking on are Si ster Angelina, principal; Dr. aging woum not DC at totally thoughts about managing

apostoiate. At the traditional convention Stautberg, president, National Catherine Downey from Boston College, who visited the i 3t Joseph School in Tampa new experience for Berra. In probably It's because it means
The speakers will Include Father banquet April 27 four lay Catholic for evaluation and his teens he not only managedthe
Laymen's Retreat Con purposes; Father Patrick Shannon I C.SS.R., school prefect. St. leaving the Stadium, his base-
Thomas F. Stransky men will be honored for dis- Stag's A.C. In St Louis but
ference.
staffed
Joseph School inVest Tampa by the Salesian !Sisters of St John Bosco. ball home for so .
many years.In
C.S.P., member of the Vatican --- ----.- --_.._- -- -------- pitched, played third and out
secretariat for promoting Chris Bus Rides for All I I field for them. any case the popular little
gees
guy definitely managingas
tian Unity Father John Miller I "
; "And you caught, too? we
his future. Revealingly he
C.SC. staff editor for ,
liturgy Voted urged.
Pupils By volunteers that coaching at
and sacramental theology of
"Naw. Joe Garaglola "
first Is "real good training.
the new "Catholic EncycloJACKSONVILLE 4 f "
wouldn't let
Michigan Senate me. New Bishop

; .q LANSING (NO)-The Mich. "But you were the manager" .. VATICAN CITY (NO)-Pope
You had the authority .
i- .: igan senate has overwhelmingly John XXIII has confirmed the
; passed a bill to broaden tax- "Yep. But Garaglola had a election of Father Emmanuel

paid school bus transportationof catcher's glove. And nobody Delly as auxllitary to Arch

VUltJacksonville's ___ parochial and other private else owned one." bishop Paul II Chelkho, Chal

Finest Hotels S .p. ._ _. 1I i school pupils. The measure There were reports last dean rite patriarch of Baby.

MayflowerGeorge \, .:- _____ '_ __. '. was adopted 31 to 1 on March winter several clubs were Ion In Baghdad, Iraq.
'',.. ,:t !I ,' ;c _' ;- .. trying to lure him with man The Chaldean rite Bishops
$
4- 27.The
-. ,. : e c _ bill, which now goes to agerial offers. elected Bishop Delly, a Priestof
..
.%8 1 the house, requires that public "I guess that's all they were the Chaldean rite diocese of
_
Washington q _. '' I 4 school districts which operate -reports. Nobody made me a Mossul, Iraq, at a synod in
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: I'i school buses must transport real proposition. I don't think I Rome December 7, 1962.
JeffersonROBERT ,
1 children attending all approved would have been interested. In ___
KLOEPl'fiL schools in the district.At fact, I'm not giving It serious
St.
President Director I -- 'I- k .l. ____ -, --- present, Michigan I law thought now. I'm concentrating AugusIineMcDONALD'S
"
i---L :: ---L .. 0 _- ------ I give local school authoritiesan on playing.
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BIOLOGY CLASS AT ST. PAUL PETERSBURG option on transporting! What kind of manager would

Looking in on the class in biology laboratory at St. Boston College evaluator at the west coast school; and nonpublic school pupils.! the chunky, free-swinging,

REDAwO.Opj Paul School, St. Petersburg, are Monsignor John J. Mul- Sister Charles Marie O.S.F. Members of the class are pic- An estimated 22,000 pupils of gregarious veteran make?

lins V.F. (right), pastor; Father Robert F. Hoey S. J., tured. such schools now ride tax-sup A sounder authority than
ported buses. If the new law is Casey Stengel would be hardto REXALL STORE

LOUIS W._ PETERSONAgent John C. O'BrienMedical adopted, this number is ex find. Ole Case virtually

forBerllfiftr .. pected to increase to 42,000. raised him in the Yankee dug- 47 King Street
IIro. !... The bill is expected to facea out.
M. k.lillf'r Candle Co.. In*. Dental Career Asked difficult time in the
Help more ST. AUGUSTINEVA
CHAJIOOAL V BR61L1DSTEAKS P.O. 4101 Carroll* gUMotSacramental "If I was a big-league owner
Mine Agency house. It is before the house the fella could manage for me

foot .f n**Ter. 5&. Yladaet J oj.w OrUan ALTAR., IMUISInCPURE WINES I THERE is no end of talk about the crucial shortage of doctors and dentists, but con- education committee and must tomorrow. Just because he
JCL 4 III* be out 10 4-1687
reported by April or
seems unaccountably relucttnt to do anything about it. looks kinda funny don't mean
it will die under
automatically
A number of student-help he thinks funny. I used to say
practice. He must spend two cal areas determined by state legislature rules.
he assistant
ACCREDITED SCHOOL OF NURSING programs have been authorizedin was my manager
years in an internship and, if health authorities to have a and I only half-joking. A
ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL recent years, but the con was
gressional scoresheet on proposals he specializes, an additionaltwo ': shortage of practitioners.Such Award Given Wise real cutie, too. Makes It a

JACKSONVILLE to help years in a residency.. / an amendment would Tony Wise, star senior halfback point to learn all he can about For
Conducted by the Sisters! of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul medical and The pay for internships and assure a supply of doctors and of the Bishop Moore High opposing teams. That's why he

Particulars Emmitsbnrg. MarylandFor dental students residencies is barely above.subsistence dentists for the areas that do School Hornets was among does all that talking back of "PlusValue"InsuranceAsIc
Director
Apply School of NursingEASTERUNG
showsnothing level for a single per- not now have them. athletes receiving acclaim from the plate."

but son, and this precludes mar The shortages do not exist in members of the Orlando Touch Invariably, Berra would engage
riage for most of the students down Club. At the annual bar.
his
At communities.
zeros. heavily populated the enemy hitter in con- FRANK HOWES
PHARMACYKF.M : recent news until they are ready to treat Young doctors, especially becue meeting held Wednesday, versation. In interim periods,
:
conferencePresident patients as a practitioner.To those who specialize, tend to March 27, Wise was selectedas it would be the umpire. As about

.\BI.K 1'KKSCKIITION 8EKICKTlrnf. make matters worse, gravitate to centers of popula. -the outstanding back in first-base coach, wouldn't these
Coimftle. Clear mod Tamer Department Gulf Life's
Tree rifknp and lIlv.r,. X..arh**. and $ lest RUfiitlnr Blfd. E\ H-0731. 8-0733: called at. medical schools begin their internships pital facilities.It sterling gridiron performanceslast tailed? ADAPTAPLAN.
111 Jimmrt Rd. 771-690S in debt, for about -
fall. The Touchdown Club
tention thecrying settled
I). Q. :EARTF.RI.IXO Owaer-MaBaztr to is the sparsely! "How do you get that way?"
need 47 per cent have to make in areas whose needs call for a award was presented to the protested Berra. 'There's the .

for more doctors and dentists terest-bearing loans to finance general practitioner that lack young' man by another guestat first baseman, the first- base

I and expressed the hope that their education. doctors and dentists. To fill the meeting, Jim Lemon, umpire, the pitcher (all I gottado

this congress would act on one Since the cost of a medical these gaps, it is estimated outfielder of the Minnesota is raise voice a little) Here's the man who can tell

A or more of the pending bills to education is steadily rising, the some 15,000 additional practi- Twins, who train in Orlando and lots of time my there's a Yankee you about Adapt A-Plan.
HIt financial problems faced by each spring. Aik l him how with
v aid young men and women to tioners are needed. runner to keep me company AdaptAPlan -
finance a medical education.For medical students are becoming ." an educational policy

the fifth consecutive year increasingly insurmountable.. .. can also proride family or
(., the number of applicants for Studies by the association of '<. :. .. ; Berra isn't! backing away retirement income. See him

1/4 MILE admission' to medical and dental medical 1 colleges and the national from reality. One more season today!
schools has declined. opinion research center two at the most, and he's P. O. ROT M8VA

NORTH OF _________ led to the conclusion that the through as a hlgh.*alarlfd 4-2385
__ Most of the deans! of such medical student is "the poor ; Yankee.If fit. Augustine! FloridaSCHOOLS

schools agree that the principal man" of the student world.In he has any disquieting

AIRPORT ON U.S. 17 TEL. PO 5-6767 reason why their freshman contrast to the indifference F o '
classes! are smaller to the plight of the medical
year after year H! the high Ir
SPECIALIZING IN SEAFOOD or dental student, congress 4,,,,
medical ucatlon.A .
of
cost fd
a
with
responded alacrity to proposals a. .
OYSTERS ON THE HALF SHELL conservative estimate of to provide financial aid .
ROSARIAN ACADEMY
the average cost of a fouryearcourse to students preparing for a
GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN & STEAKS in a medical school is teaching career.A i Resident and day Rchool for girls, on shores of beautiful
Lake Worth. Grades twelve. Fully accredited. New
to
$10,000. After getting his degree wide variety of propos. one
ii buildings. All sport, music art, dramatics. Directed by
., the medical student must als! for helping medical and !! :'iiviL Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar,
II" :I look forward to two to four dental students! have been offered 1 ROSARIAX ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACH
lean years before he can start in the two branches of
I III'Florida's 'I ,....... ._-----..".' '-. _..'- t
: .\} ,,.-J' i' congress."
'" Perhaps the most practicalof SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMY
I
::IIIi-
:
;i the aid programs is that introduced \VRITF..sVIN ThG ESSAY, MELBOURNEJanet JENSEN BEACH

,i II!; by representativeJames Farmer, ninth grader at Melbourne Central Resident and day school for girls- grades one through eight.

I I'I Ii'i .- E. Fogarty, of Rhode Catholic High School, was the local winner of a water Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swim-

i j Catholic Collegeof I,:: T---- ... Island. He has proposed to conservation essay contest. She received her prize from ming pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art

I ill, U' amend. the national defense the local contest chairman, :Mrs. Henry Lacey. Lookingon dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint

,I I I \ education act to provide for is English teacher, Sister Brendan Francis O.S.F., of Joseph. For further information apply to: Sster! Directress,

i : complete forgiveness of student the Melbourne faculty. Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen Beach.
.. loans to medical and
I I": J dental students who agree to

,I : practice their professions fora SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY

Distinction '* ., .,J period of years in geographi-. R.IXTCGrSTIX..;, FLORIDA OUR LADY OF THE HILLSCAMP
Resident' and Day School for Girls, Grades ,.1%
Academic and commercial courses! Fully accredited
I Music Art Dramatics Tennis Swimming
I For Young Men and Women II! New Films For further particulars address!i: Sister Directress

i fl..i.wn4 messily ..d tlfttllflfdky .
the LtUa *f rUDt'7. t
I III, ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES
Morally Unobjectionable for

I, WRITE I : \\\\\\\ ; Oneral Patronage Resident and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve Fully A Catholic camp for boys and girls ages

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\ -- .i LAFAYETTE (Maco) accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general 7 to 16. 200 acres, 37 buildings in the
:1 LIST OF ADRIAN MESSENGER -' courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS IN MERCURY 7 Blue Ridge Mountains. Largo nedern
111 ,: (Uimvlnd.) Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa, Rorida.
Right at home in the Mercury pool, mountain lake, with all camping

I Ii 7 space capsule, which Morally Unobjectionable activities guided by trained counselors.
For Adultand Adolescents!
SAINT LEO COLLEGE
carried the Astronaut John
: Ideal
COURTSHIP OF EDDIE'S accommodations lor visiting par.
HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN
::1 Glenn on three orbits of the
earth, it Father John M. FATHER, THE (MGM) ents. Camp provides pick.p service to
ANTONIO or from nearest rail air bus terminal.
SAINT LEO FLA. Scott S.J., science teacher at Morally Unobjectionablefor ,
;i Campion High School, Prairiedu AdultsCARETAKERS Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters A.camp for, youngsters to pew...spirit-

,I .,. Chien. Father Scott also THE Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through :ually, healthfully.. literature, write:

i Presently offering first, two, years teaches physics at Crelghton (U. A.) twelve Academic and commercial courses and, prIvate
: : University, Omaha; duringthe CROOKS ,ANONYMOUS classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with

Affiliated with the Catholic University-of- America summer. The author of (Brit). private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor 'Father Charles, McLaugfclln

Order of Saint Benedict of Florida over A hundred magazine RIFIFI IN TOKYO (MGM) all sports. OUR LADY OF THE HILLS CAMP
I articles on science, he recently Morally Objectionable in FULLY ACCREDITEDFor

I completed a general. Part for All further Information address KEMBCRSONVIILC:, MMTH CAJI.UWAi
tL: -- science textbook. STRIPPER THE < <(Fox)' SISTER REGISTRAR -
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. fie: Eight The Florida Catholic, Frday, April 5, 1963
Cardinal Lauds GovernorFor

JacksonvilleST. Cocoa BeachOUR N*p-.


PAUL SAVIOURThe ,. W Banning Brazil's RedsRIO

New officers to serve St. Catholic Women's Clubof _

Paul Guild in Jacksonvillewere the Church of Our Saviour in _____ DE JANEIRO (NC) Jaime Cardinal de Barros

elected at the Monday Cocoa Beach will give its annual Camara has praised governor Carlos Lacerda of Guana-

morning meeting of the Guildin card party and luncheon bara state for banning a communist Cuban solidarity congress

the club room. They are: Wednesday, April 17, at the here.

Mrs. C. M. LeBas, president; Cape Colony Inn. pressed regret that a "memberof
The at V t' ; r t The Archbishop of Rio de the
Mrs. A. M. Haiptle, first vice- card party will start .w.i government supportedthe

president; Mrs. J. J. Daley sec 10 a.m. continuing to 2 p.m. Janeiro, capital of Guanabarastate Castroist propaganda. The

ond vice-president; and Mrs. Tickets are $2.75 each. There tP told the governor: "I call to the Red congress was

Robert Wolfe, third vicepresident. will be a prize for each table. laud the energetic action of signed by Brazilian labor min

Card play is by your choice your excellency, based on legal ister Almino Afonso.

Reelected were Mrs. Marie with luncheon served at noon. measures, which prevents "To avoid certain suicide,"

Glackmeyer, treasurer; Mrs. The party is being plannedby a Guanabara from becoming a the Cardinal said "democracymust

George Trotter recording secretary Mrs. Arthur T. Snyder. and field of agitation." use all possible means of

and Mrs. Carroll Maher, Mrs. T. G. Olkowski. Lacerda issued a decree ban- defense even though they may

corresponding secretary. Tickets may be secured from 1 t.f ning the congress and calledin be disagreeable."

These officers will be Installed Mrs. Emil Walnik SU 3-3523, state troopers to enforce his Because of the governor's

Wednesday, May 22, Mrs. Olkowski SU 3-7335 or any PUm_ ___ ___ ________ ban. His decree said the organ- ban delegates to the congress

at a luncheon served jointly by member of the club. ST. PETERSBURG SCHOOL FIELDS WINNING TRACK TEAM izers of the congress had calledit were forced to hold a poorly

the two other organizations of Pinellas Park Boys brought to St. Joseph School, St. Petersburg, Arunski, Robert Christian, John Frey, Richard Zimmerman to make it "the outpost of attended meeting In nearby

the parish. Mrs. C. D. Suits will the honors in the mid-March parochial track meet held Gary Fishburne and Peter Robinson. St. Joseph'steam the Latin American revolu- Niteroi which is in Rio de

be chairman from the Guild. SACRED HEARTThe at Bishop Barry High School. .Coach Norman Butz won the school trophy and 12 medals won by in- tion. Janeiro state, an area that does

Mrs. M. C. Shaar requested Sacred Heart Women's trained the boys, from left, Michael DeCosmo, Fausto dividuals. The individual trophy went to Michael De- He pointed out that Brazil's not include the city of the same

members to save pint mason Guild, at the March meeting, Navarro, Glenn Tosi, Charles Bailey, Arthur DeCosmo, Cosmo who scored 1114 points. The competition was constitution and laws "for name.ORLANDO.
jars for their canning project.
Members elected officers: John Zimmerman, :Mr. Butz, Douglas Wilson, David the first annual Grade School Meet. bid war propaganda, class
reminded of
were Mrs. E. I. Burke president; struggle and the" tools forooubt'rrting

the St. Augustine Diocesan Mrs. Daniel Callahan first vice- On Dean's List Youth Time Well constitutional order
Council convention Urged to Occupy
April 22 to Negley ;
24 at the Tampa Terrace Hotel.A president; Mrs. John Yr ....I40IU TTO, Pennsylvania, ." WINTER PARK
second vice-president; Mrs. Miss Mary G. Danker of 1800 Before Lacerda's action, Car

ery meeting report on was the given recent by dean-Mrs. Mrs.Paul L.Richard Lozowski, treasurer, secretary.; and Burlington Avenue, St. Peters- Seek Lofty Goals/ Pope John Asks dinal de Barros Camara had ex-

Shaar, delegate. burg, was named to the dean'slist

Arrangements are now being for the past fall semester ROME ,(NC) Recently, young people in a crowd that greeted Pope John XXIH MOTORS
made for the installation din. PAQUETTE
Honor Council ner to be served at the Sand here at St. Francis College. when he journeyed to, a seaside parish south of Rome were addressed by the Pope in AUTHORIZKU: I K.\LK.KIUk

IBADAX, Nigeria (NC) -A Dollar Restaurant on Tuesday, Father Vincent NegherbonT.O.R. these words: "How can youth occupy itself only with things pertaining to this earth?" ; KnulUli Ford LarkStud.ha.r WEST CHURCH ST.

Catholic has been named headof April 16.After ., dean of the College an- He urged young men to search out more lofty goals, such as the Priesthood. Used Car Truck FISH MARKETFRESH

all Christians in this city the elections, Mon- nounced that she was one of Cheering crowds blocked the Cor. ChurchS.. Or. DI..... Tr.
for the first time to honor the shouted when the Pope's automobile when he appeared at his win ALWAYS
SEAFOOD
signor James J. Meehan, pas- 100 students who distinguished road at four different points G.31e..1
halted dow St. Peter'ssquare
Second Vatican Council. was by people overlooking
tor of St. Jude Church, gavea themselves in their academic when the Pope took the 44- LOBSTERS OYSTERS
Julius Babatunde Ojo, the swarming over the road near to lead the Angelus on
talk about the beginning of pursuits during the past se mile journey. Our Advertisers help supportour CLAMS SHRIMP
"Baba Egbe" or Head Chris the parish of San Leonardo at the feast of the Annunciation.The .

tian of St. Cyprian's Catholic Sacred Heart parish. mester. ,,. ..x.... .. grry "Come. and see us!" a man Acilia, along the way. martial bands played so newspaper Do you help CRABMEAT SNAPPER
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parish, was named to the post "Who knows, maybe next long that the Pope held up his support our Advertisers?

which brings the title of chief. time," replied the Pope, who hands asking them to stop.

The Babasale is an adviser to was standing up in the car to "We must pray a little and

the "Olubadan," Ibadan's chief greet and bless the crowd. play a little," he said. FURNITURE

executive. The post is held for The Pope spoke gratefullyof Pope John thanked them for 10,000 sq. ft. of Display
their affectionate tribute. He
life. the enthusiasm hown, for
recalled that when he passedhis COLONIAL AGE STORETruly
r him. "What provides great

ORLANDO satisfaction in this meeting," army medical examination the finest collection of Early American Furniturein
62 years ago the medical Central Florida
he said, "is indeed jour vivacIty -

WINTER PARK ........ 1 which is the expressionof board that checked him said", E-Z TERMS -Trade- ins
..... "Here's a good Bersagliere.
i a profound joy and of "A little out of the but much less to "
The Pope added: "But Angelo way, so pay.
great Spontaneity"On
I Roncalli was content to be TOWN & COUNTRY FURNITURE
f t the trip down to the
1 just a good infantryman." 3610 S. Ave.
3 beach town, the Pope's car Orange GA 2.6360
I He recalled that after he had
slowed to a crawl for a few open 9 to 9 except Saturday'til 5
served for a year he was promoted
Lar=.d Pr..erlptl.a minutes to let him take in the
to "no less than
a ser
Pharmacy In the South
Y view of the Tyrrhenian Sea
I appreciate your patronage geant."
Free Delivery :FK .1111 and coast his first such view MARYLAND FRIED CHICKENCOMPLETE
Then at the outbreak of
since last fall, when he saw
Huntington BIdg. Miami World War I he was by nowa DINNERS TO GO
the Adriatic during his trip to
Priest, and he went backto Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00
PAST SERVICES RECOGNIZED MAITLAND the shrine at Loreto.On .
,
serve the wounded, the
Sanford Sewing Center Past presidents were honored at the recent Communion breakfast of St. :Mary' his return trip, the Pope sick and the dying as! chaplain Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95
made brief detour to to
Sales & Service :Magdalen Woman's Guild of :Maitland. Father Hubert J. Reason (right) presented a go in army hospitals. Fish Dinner J1-00
the international airport at 'kfmtrsI
Father Patrick J. O'Carroll as speaker. :Mrs. Robert Oliver, (seated) president, in- Urging the men to remain IlitlOHtnp Dinner
Shrimp $1.15NOW
104 S. Park Ave. Sanford Fiumicino, where he watched
troduced past presidents, fron. '. left, :Mrs. David P. Hartman, :Mrs. Anthony Pont!. faithful to their Christian traditions .
arrive and .
Phone FA 2-9411 giant jets depart.It 4 LOCATIONS TO SEIIVE YOU
celli and Mrs. Frank Kacar. was on the return trip the Pope said: IIw).. 17-92 Fern Park TFMi314:74o

that cheering crowds kept "What is important Is to do $. Orange III. Tr., Orlando CII 1-1222
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A. LOMBARD! SEAFOODSWHOLESALE I Try This Kitchen Treat I first time was Pope's at San car.Francesco and before men." Kdgewater: & Lee ltd. 293-9839

RETAIL village built at the end of He gave his apostolic bless-

World War II for homeless ing, calling down God's giftson

LIVE the families of all those
LOBSTERS CRABMEAT .. Italian families. Here a group
OYSTERS & CLAMS IN SHELL .ytn.r of children held on high a present, especially on their

SHRIMP RED SNAPPER banner proclaiming in the children .1 1

,t. Roman dial ctVE LOVE

SERVING WINTER PARK THE POPE WITH ALL OUR Sudan Bias ChargedGENEVA

and HEART.
(NO-The policyof
FRESH ORLANDO AREAS The second impasse was at
the government of the Sudan
FISH Tel. 644-4782 Acilia.
involves racial discrimination
ALWAYS! 1152 HARMON AVE. Behind Roper's The third and fourth were against the Negro minority as
in Rome proper one near
- r well as persecution of Chris-
the turnoff from the Ostia
tians, the United Nations human -
highway onto the Olympic
rights commission has been
._ e atYa highway, and the other on the
WATKiNSPAINT Olympic highway itself. told.The
assertion was made ina
Police were hard put to pre
memorandum drafted the
by
WALL PAPER vent people from climbinginto
h4 the open car with the world union of Catholic wom-

WINTER en's organizations and submitted
ORLANDO PARK
Pope.The to the commission duringits
Pope himself was unconcerned
; he stood smiling 19th session here. Grow this miniature

The next time you are won- Cook lasagne noodles accord and raiding his band in Although a member of the Florida tree

You'll Enjoy Doing Business With dering what to serve for a ing to package directions. Drain blessing. Catholic hierarchy, Bishop Ire- orange

"meatless" main dishremember -well. In large skillet, saute con- Crowds lined both sides ,of neus Dud, vicar apostolic of in your home !

ORLANDO FEDERALTHREE this Cheese Clam Lasagne.It tents of cans of clams in hot the highway along the last Wau is a Sudanese it said the

--- is an unusual combination, oil. Add Marinara sauce salt quartermile, awaiting his bless- freedom of the Church has been

CONVENIENT LOCATIONS simple to prepare and sure to and pepper. Simmer 15 minutes -'- ing. There was almost constant restricted to the extent that The Colomondin Orange a genuine, miniature,

please hearty appetites. Those stirring occasionally. Ar- cheering until he drove into both her ministry and her char- fruit-bearing ornamental citrus tree!

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! ow 1 n.N}ys. The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 5, 1963 Page Nine I

'Enormous' Unity Obstacles Seen
Cuba Bolsters Reds

\Mass\ Guide I
CINCINNATI (NO -Doug.
A a
As Spur to Greater Faith by PrelateROME 1 i s. SUNDAY, April 7 las Hyde has said here that the

2nd Sunday of Pas lontldt. .situation in Cuba is a sourceof

(NC)-While obstacles to Christian reunion are still "enormous," they e Palm Sunday. (Mass of Sunday strong encouragement to

should spur Christians to trust in God, Augustin Cardinal Bea has declared here on the Passion, Creed' Preface hardcore communist leaders

eve of his departure for the United States. of Holy Cross). throughout Latin America.

The schedule had the Cardinal arriving for a Boston College honors convocation e '
MOXD'AY, April 8 "Cuba shows them that it is
on Tuesday, March 26, after assisting at a Solemn Pontifical
Mass in New York's St. (Mass of Monday of Holy for communism to
possible
.1.
.PQ. .rii, athedral 4l
"U"A vne -
'
previous Week, Preface of HolyCross
Sunday. involving Catholic and Protestant tens Is to contribute toward come to power without being

Cardinal Bea, president of theologians at Harvard union a. much as possible w 4 ', y', ,+ 1,1 cr ). the dominant party, and that a
the secretariat for promoting University March 27 to 30. through prayers and through J TUESDAY, April 9 revolutionary regime can be

Christian Unity, added that Asked about "immediate and work, performed with dedication 2 :Cir 41N= f rr (:Mass of Tuesday of holy maintained by aid from the

this "should move us to act in remote prospects for the unionof and. confidence," he '.-- -W63S Week, Passion, Preface of sino-soviet bloc," he pointedout.
I Christians stressed Cross),
a manner corresponding to this Cardinal Bea Holy .
confidence." said that the Second Vatican "We are all in fact only WEDNESDAY, April 10 "The communist parties ofLatin

ThIS German-born Scripture Council itself "can solve a few humble collaborators a work (Mass! of Wednesday! of Holy America" Hyde aid ina

scholar granted a television In. problems, especially concern. which is the work of God, who Week' Passion, Preface of late March lecture at Xavier

terview prior to leaving for ing the mutual relations between alone can make the seed grow :. Holy Cross), University, "are seasoned and

Boston where hi was also to the various denominations and make it bear fruit at the .: i THURSDAY, April 11 mature, and we have reason to
;" < *-- "
deliver three major addressesin and the Catholic Church." hidden time of the mysteriousand -- -- Holy Thursday. (Mass s of take them seriously. Now theyare

the course of a symposium He cited in particular ques loving design which God ORLANDO GUILD OFFICERS, ST. ANDREW'S Holy Thursday, Gloria, Preface inspired to believe that victory -
tions concerning the Catholic conceived for His Church and Father Cyril J. Kennedy"C.PP.S. has installed officers of St. Andrew Guild, Or- of Holy Cross). is possible."

approach to religious freedomand for humanity." lando, from the left, Mrs. David Costello, corresponding secretary; Mrs. James Jarni- }FRIDAY April 12

ORLANDOWINTER to mixed marriages.He The interviewer then asked gan, recording secretary; Mrs. William Brockman, president; Mrs John Forster, Good Friday. (Solemn Liturgical -

said also that the coun Cardinal Bea's opinion of the vice-president; and Mrs. Eugene Price, treasurer. Service Communion). ORLANDO

PARKFAIRVIEW cil will' be able to explain to work of the ecumenical coun- SATURDAY April 13

the contemporary mind various cil's first sealon. He replied: Washington LetterAdvisory (Macs of Holy Saturday, WINTER PARK

points of Catholic doe- "The first point of the council Gloria, Preface of Easter).

trine even before it began, was Group Picks Stamp ThemeHOW SUNDAY, April 14
Cleaners & LaundryFeaturing the establishment by the Pope, Resurrection of Our Lord Children'sClothes
"Especially the more important in the light of the council, of Jeans! Christ Mass of
Dependable Fabric Care ones on the Church its the secretariat for promoting are the subjects chosen for special commemorative United States postage Easter, Gloria Creed Pref Line

4313: Edgewater ))r'1 Orlando nature and its constitution, its Christian Unity. This createda ? Many people are asking this question in view of the most recent decisionof ace of Easter). Finest in ClothingFor

unity, and other similar I great flowering of initiative, the U. S. Post Office Department Girls & Boys

points, he emphasized.The many visits contacts ex- This was the decision not to lut\i K lf.w.'.r I).. GA ...1UIorrl1'
Individuals
Serra, and organ-- and Stanley H. Fryczynskl, Jr.
Special Programs
Complete Test Control Cardinal went on to say, changes of views, talks, and issue in 1063 a special stampto The committee is :
and offi- advisory
LEWICOBB'EXTERMINATING however, that "the vision of therefore a great improvementin mark the 250th anniversaryof zations even public NEW YORK: (NO) -Special
cials have sponsored the sug called together about four ; surrLirsM :
the enormous obstacles which the atmosphere between the programs on Palm Sunday and
the
birth
CO. of Father Junlpero times a to consider the :>t: WBITIN UrArERsO..ln
gestion. year
still rise up on the road toward different creeds. This improve- Serra O.F.M Father Serra on Easter Sunday will be produced : Igt'IFMTYT:
Incorporated 1941 Still, it was decided not to suggestions; for commemorative .\RTI T" Pl'ITLIKSKMCrTKI!
union AM.
must never make our ment surprised even the most who founded nine of the 21 over two networks in
111 TTUfr.d Dr.-P.O. HOT lilt include a Father Serra stamps, which run between CABtrULI.Y:: $ ) UliTSGKKKTINO
OrUnd 2112100Hit. gaze linger on our poor human optimistic. Franciscan missions on the cooperation with the National ('.AHI S
200 and 300 a
the year.
efforts, but must instead stamp among commemoratheg Council of Catholic Men. ,1I)01. II't'rrl.u4:!
urgeus "Then there wa a the presence Pacific Coast, is one of Call.fornia's issued
which will be The commemoratives are
to have trust in God a The on April 7 will BRADFORDSStationers
the council of observer in program
at the
trust that representatives na this year. limited to 15 a year; are printedin
can move mountainsand
be tribute to Igor
Religious Items to delegates, and above all tional statuary hall In the U.S. Issuance of commemorative a quantity of 100 million a composer Inc.
move us act In a manner Stravinsky.The .
Sterling Rosaries corresponding to this of the common prayers: for Capitol here He was born on stamps is the job of the post each, and usually are picked a ,
Nest to Public) office department. One reads jear in advance. The 15 stampsto Easter program, over 310 Park Avc., South
trust. Christians November
of 24 1713.
2300 Edgewater Drive different confes quite frequently that bills have be issued this year were selected the CDS network, will feature Phone MI 4-7738
This action" said the Car. sions throughout the world. Bills had been introduced !in readings by Broadway actorsof Winter Park Florida
been introduced in congress! in 1962. ,
GRAY'S JEWELRY dinal, "will require a lot of All this created an awareness congress authorizing and directing "authorizing and directing" the The advisory committee the pro I a and poetry of Dave Sims Owner

charity love, abnegation and that all who believe in Christ the postmaster generalto postmaster general ,to issue select ubjfcU of general great Christian writers.

r perseverence."The must live and act together," issue a special commemorative special stamps to honor per- interest with the most appropriate -

BARNES only thing that mat- Cardinal flea concluded. stamp honoring Father sons or events. This shows and appealingtheme. YOUTH CENTRE INC.
DKAl'KRY AND .a rax good will on the part of the ."

FLOOR COVERING, inc. kr representative or senator who It is guided by seven criteria UNIFORM HEADQUARTERSFor

FKKB: K8TIMATK8: : .. introduces: such a proposal, butit the first of which is a Girls & Boys of St. Charles School

Dos N. Orange Avc., Orlando comes tQ nothing. provision in the U.S. code OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTS

Arden 5-31ST The senate and house committees which says "no living person 66 NO. ORANGE AVE.- PH. GA 2.6338
on post office and civil shall be honored by portrayalon

Aly service, to which all such bills any United States postage

t 1i ti r are referred simply do not act stamp."

PENCRAFTERSOF : on them. It is their policy not Two other criteria prohibits FRANK A. DELUCA O'HEIR'S I

ORLANDO to act. In fact, at the beginningof tam p 9 honoring fraternal ALTERATIONS AUDITIONS FINN FOOD ST)111arrAlusY11FFESTIIIATIe

J each new congress the committees political or religious organiza- :roOIIH! )'ROM Al.!, >ATIONSKCKPT ,
Authorized Factory Siln S'"- t F with the charitable j.lr n..4 A H.ndd Builder < ; COMMIMST)
tions
Icu FounUln r.n., f.chanlra'l l lr agree one and stamps for F4 <<<:Iftn. ( h*..... \\ln.t r.lr.M : .
PtncllB, Ballpoint Refllli. Booki. r other that they will take no organizations "whose PHONE GA 215931SS .m....' rhea iiighw-r 17t ;
Leather 6 FUitlo Imprinting. action on such measures. funds are supplied in whole or I.k w'eld..a Ih.-Orl."d. )1.Ula.4 )11 .1881 '
Name Plates Deck
Plaitifl. Orarttt Lighten Signs R of.- lfy6 This puts it up to the post in part by voluntary contribu-
palrtd. ,. 411'y. office department and that tions.

10 East Church Street agency handles the matter by Father Serra was proposedas ONE STOP, DOES IT!

turning it over to its citizens' a subject, not as a religious ItKADV.TO.WKAR HUITB from $39.95! !) :
riS
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This committee Is made up pioneer it was paid. MILITARY AND BAND UNIFORMS
.
BILL BARDOE a.1 of a' historian a representative James F. Kelleher, special FORMAIj RENTALS AND KALKK '

of the fine arts,.two representative assistant to the postmaster ALTERATIONS RE-WEAVING i;
FORD FACTORY DEALER : of Y
SAVE ON YOUR rL t 1 k1 rT R tu Xa,. art, a representative of the persons" that because of "an c.AQ cMocfeftnon

NEW CAR DEAL steel engraving field, and unusually large number of outstanding .

_.___._211 A ___ .___..__ __ _u. __ seven philatelists.The subjects" suggestedfor "MASTER TAILOR FOR OVER 30) YKARS":
rh. fh)6..1.1.'J.1 Y j POST-EASTKR EVENT SET, JACKSONVILLE BEACH current members are: commemorative stamps for Ph. CII 1-M78 119 K. COLONIAL DIUVB
W. 11 wy..50 f Bruce Catton John Walker, 1963, the advisory mmitteehad' 1/2 IUoCKST OP MAGNOLIA ORLANDOMAUttrDONUT
Plans made for benefit
are being a large card party, April 19 at 8 p.m. in St.Paul's .
Winter (;...rden31rmhrr N o rm a n Todhunter John an "especially difficult"time ,.
1: d cafetorium, Jacksonville Beach. Part of the committee includes these parish
,i Maass Donald R. McLeod, arriving at its decisions.'
Guild. members, from the left, seated, Mra. Dan Stoufer, president; Mrs. Edward '
fit. Charles George"v.. Brett, David Lid- However, he said, "it proved
Barbarito chairman :Mrs. John Wilder Mrs. Margaret Parsonage Mrs.
; standing,
I'arNh man, James J. Majetka, Jr., impossible to include a stampfor
Charles Dayton, Mrs. Homer Hull, Mrs. Glover Weiss. M.D.; Robert W. Baughman, Father Serra among the 15 ,
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Ten The Florida ( 5 1963Spain's
Catholic Friday, April ,
Women's Convention Set



Bishops to Hear !.' '. \ :; X In Tampa on April 2224Coatlnnrd

r : }t. >
.: -" ... ... .' .
.. -' : ( from Page One) On Tuesday night, Mrs.
'. : = :' .' \ vide speakers during the ses Joseph McCarthy, the national
\ i
: ::: .'.,. sions. There will also be out- president of the National
Oldest Mission's Plans .
"S! : .ifill "'. r.1 j ;I of-state guests, including the Council of Catholic

Y W, n 9:; As" f national president, Mrs. Joseph Women, will be the guest of

(CeaUa..trac.* One) establishing the work of the shown at its present'site and a : t. J' 1i y. .: i-'I' McCarthy of California who honor at a dinner at the

Journey to the various citiesof Church in our new land. I legend inscribed on the map "< 'I' was elected to lead the National Tampa Terrace HoteL
:
: : Council Catholic Womenat
> ql" of
Entertainment will be
Spain was a concrete expression have confidence that read follows provided
everyone as : .. ','' : ...... in 1
the last convention held
of our deep interestin with whom I spoke about the "Place called Nombre de ... .1 1;'. .Jii':! > :. ', ,. by the St. Charles Glee
Spain and Its part in the Mission will find some meansof Dios, which is the same place ; Detroit. Club of Orlando, of which Mrs.
"
of nation and It .. i. : Monsignor Nolan will speakon Olech Sr. is the director.
shaping_ our cooperating with us in our where the first Mass was said : I Ray
was also an expression of our quadricentenniaL ; 1 '': '' the commandment, "Honor Over 20 members of St. Charles
forthcoming on September 8, 1565, when the ; '
good ,,'ill. Q. Did you speak to them in Spaniards together with the }< i 'jOc: r J : < Thy Father and Thy Mother." Parish Council have been prac-
.: The assistant diocesan director
ticing the they will singat
The Spanish people appearedto Spanish? Adelantado Don Pedro Menen .; .. I songs
L ,. of the DCCW Father Vin-
>, 1-. 0 the convention.On .
be very pleased that we had dez de Aviles went. to conquer "" : "
A. Yes. .. cent E. Smith will set the key-
made a special trip to their Q. Did you discover any new those provinces and since ." ." 'S. '... .... ...... ':,..>"" :,'.;;...-..".-:"-..:,"..':>:.,. .... '. ..,." note of the convention, th his Wednesday April 24
country and that we showed finds historical when an Indian town was built '< -L.. ,.f. .: It. 't/i-l. : ;'.i"jo. ./. ., ; .;..'....,.1,4 1v...; there will be a luncheon for the
or "
resources .
maps .
>
; : .o/'-' ". : address the theme "That
: on affiliation .
incoming presidents.The
such: Interest In their religiousand or materials? with a chapel where a statueof .:' < < "
All Be One.
May
--'r" "I climax of the conventionwill
.- ,
civil culture.Q. A. Yes. When our delegation Our Lady of La Leche was c' .
Father Thomas Barns of
>. be the banquet on Wednesday -
Were you well receivedby arrived in Seville, I went to placed.' this Diocese will speak on
.
It was a particularly Interesting evening.All
numbers?
the archives of the Indies
--- -
the the
home inspirationof
thing to find the as : women in the Diocese: ,
A. Oh, Everywhere we hoping to examine some of the
yes. vocations.
Spaniards in their own time TIES WITH AVILES RECALLED FOR FLORIDIANSIn .says Mrs. Schoebert, should
went in major city in original documents from Florida's -
every making note of the fact that the Church of San Nicolas in Aviles (above), Father :Michael V. Gannon, director Among the guest speakerswill start making plans now to be
Spain we were formally re- colonial period preserved
Xombre de Dios was the site of the Mission of Nombre De Dios, members of the St. Augustine delegationand be Mrs. McCarthy; and in Tampa on April 22 to 24.
ceived by the mayor and other the r e. Unfortunately the Father Daniel B. O'Brien, chap-
civil dignitaries.By archives were* closed for the of the first parish Mass in dignitaries of the city of Aviles listen to a eulogy of Pedro Menendez, founderof Registration for the entire con
lain at the State Hospital in
far the greatest reception our nation. St. Augustine, who is buried in the Aviles church. The eulogy was read by Father New York. vention will be $3.00, and regis-
Marcy,
day.After Several other and tration for a single day, $1.50.
maps Angel Garralda of San Nicolas.
pastor
as one would expect, making contact with The local committees are going
documents considerable importance Affiliation presidents have
of -
had been prepared" at Aviles. the director of the archives, a
ahead with the plans for
located in these .advance registration blanks
There the general populationas number of us were welcomed are Pope John Names Commission'sCardinals the 1963 convention which will
museums and here, as in Se- from the convention committee
well civic dignitaries inside the and manu-
as par- library be held in Tampa April 22-24, .
hotel information
ville I initiated and registration
arrangementsto
ticipated with it seemed, script rooms where attendants
according to Mrs. Joseph
great enthusiasm in all of especially called back to assistus The secure most copies remarkable of them.find In to Revise Canon Law Schoebert of Eau Gallie, diocesan :race Hotel.from the Tampa Ter.

the ceremonies attendant to located a large number of president of the DCCW.
documents that I
can reportwas
our two-day stay there. Certainly -documents and maps relativeto (Continued from Page One) The at the
body set up by St. PiusX for Registration convene
in northern bringing canon law to
at Gijon Spain ShrinesThe
up For
for his published last December 6. Holy
I think I can speak the founding and early took from 1904 tion headquarters hotel will
to 1917
to
date has been
where I invited, along gathered by thecouncil's
was The norm which states that annual collection for
everyone in our delegation tory of St. Augustine.The its the afternoon of
complete codification and commence on
with a number of other people, council commissions should preparatory commis Shrines of Christendom
the welcome archives the
when I say that personnel Holy -
the Commission for the Monday, April 22.
Codifi-
to visit with Pedro :Menendez'linear sions. This will make the new
given us in Aviles was some- members were extremelygracious leave specific problems aside. will be taken up on
cation will leave
descendant the of Oriental Canon Law, commission's task lighter. At 3:30: p.m., buses
thing that we shall never for and helpful and indicated present and concentrate on general Good Friday, it has been
instituted in 1935 the Terrace Hotel for
Tampa
took more
Adelantado of Florida, El With the setting up of the
principles also declares
: tho
desire assist
a to min announced at ChanceryIn
get.As Conde than two decades to draw upa new commission, the work of Busch Gardens.
a Priest, I was treated locating all of the materials Revillagigedo.The "Everything that concerns code. is St. Augustine. Each year,
Busch Gardens
a unusual
Count, it turned out, the future revision of the Codeof the 45-year-old Pontifical Com- very
everywhere with great respect that we wanted. every parish gives this opportunity
But Pope John's determination place, not only featuring
large store of mission for the Authentic In-
possessed a Canon Law should be
refer-
and cordiality. By this time, we had onlya to Catholic to
documents belongingto to make the updating of terpretation of the Code of tropical fauna and flora, but
half hour in which to original red to the competent commission contribute the of
or so to rare
Q. What do you have to say his illustrious ancestor, ." canon law one of the achieve- Canon Law will be kept to a also an aviary for tropical
about the possibility of further study the documents laid out shrines in the Holy Land.
Pedro Menendez. They have The new body establishedby ments of his pontificate means minimum. birds. A bird show will be heldat

rapport in days to come be- for us. been preserved in his family the Pope is that commission there is a powerful impetus Chief reason for this is that 4 p.m. for those attendingthe
I did have a chance to see the Named CommitteALBANY
of to
the Spanish city
tween archives for the last 400 years. being given to the new com- Cardinal Ciriaci, now presidentof convention.
Aviles and the Spanish govern first really extensive map doneof He graciously took them out of Past experience indicates mission's efforts. The preparatory both commissions, will have After allowing ample time to (XC) Governor

ment in Madrid, In connection St. Augustine and its the library and displayed themon that the commission's work commissions for the his hands full with the workof enjoy these surroundings, an !Rockefeller has appointed Mon

with the Oldest Mission? environs dated 1595 and notation to discover a large table. will not be completed soon. ecumenical council,. urged on the new body. But it is not elaborate picnic supper will be i signor John F. Bourke, Albany
the
A. In speaking with cabinet on map a Among the papers were by the Pope, completed a vast anticipated that the new com- served. The buses will return the site f the
ministers and other govern indicating 0 the commission from King PontiffWriting8th body of work in what is record mission will replace the older to the hotel in time for the i schools, to the committee for

ment officials in Madrid and in Mission of Nombre de Dios. Philip If naming Pedro Men time. one since their functions are directors' diocesan board meet-1 the governor's conference of

discussions with ecclesiasticaland The inscription read "Pueblode endez Adelantado of the provinces Also much of the material different. ing at 9 p.m. civil officials in Aviles, we indios Nombre de Dios." .
of Florida. a Bull .
invited the people of Spain to It was a thrilling moment for from Pope Pius V congratulating c

participate in the 400th anniversary me to see this geographical Menendez on his

of America's Oldest witness to America's first and evangelization of the Indians Encyclical

Mission, the spot on which the oldest mission site, and the spoton in Florida, and the original

Spanish explorers and mission which the first parish Mass manuscript of the Memorialof XCWC News Service

aries first planted the Cross of was offered in our country. Menendez and his expedition When Pope John XXIII

Christianity.In Another map exhibited to us to Florida written by issues the encyclical he is preparing /W .
speech to the people was dated 1740 and also show Alonzo Soils de Meras in on world peace-to be t!. f.' ; v

1)f Allies, I invited them in ed the mission site and its 1;;)6d. entitled "Pacem in Terris"

particular to join with us In shrine of Nuestra Senora de la Hundreds of other importantand (Peace on Earth-it will be > }

celebrating) this great moment Leche. historically valuable docu- his eighth. In 1959, he issued. A '
+
'R. 1Y ;
in American and The archives personnel ments were also present in four within five months. r >>- \ i -3? \ J'X.

hp.inhh history.It managed to locate the original these private archives, and I The first encyclical of his ., .!/,. I v' .. It

seemed to me that the architectural drawingsof was able to persuade the Countto pontificate was issued on June ,1 \ .

people of Menendez' native the parish church of St. permit me to make a more 29 of that year and was entitled \ "" : ., : r.

city were particularly proud Augustine, now the Cathe thorough examination of themat "Ad Petri Cathedram" (Near If f ...: '.,.. ,....;. '.,,;,1. ." -- .-- .-.. _..". ,1-
that he had been the means for dral. a later date. the Chair of Peter). EVALUATOR WITH FACULTY AT ST. PAUL SCHOOL. PETERSBURG .

The drawings were made by The Count assured me that It was an appeal to separa- :Monsignor John J. Mullins V.F. recently presented Mother :M. Edwardine, principal; Monsignor :Mullins and

an army engineer, Mariano de he would make a number of ted Christians to reunite with members of St. Paul School faculty, St. Petersburg, to Father Hoey, Sister Marie Magdalen, Sister Clare
CLEARWATERynmrrHJ1lHTll1. la and dated the Church and also warnedof
Rocque were these documents available for : ,
Father Robert F. Hoey S.J., evaluator from Boston Col- Therese; standing, Sister Jeanne Anne, Mrs. Ellen

'.. 1789. exhibition in the new Mission) the universal devastationthat ,lege at St. Paul's to gather data for the diocesan surveyof White, Mrs. Marguerite Thurston, Mrs. Marian Catlin.
A ground plan, a vertical the quadricen- would result from nuclear -
\ Betty K. O'Brl a plan and a view of the facade tennial library during. war. schools. Sisters of St. Francis and teachers are, seated, Mrs. Gertrude Wagar, Mrs. Virginia Myers, Mrs. Mary

d Company year.I from the left:' Sister Charles Marie Sister M. Beatrice Rita Wyatt and Sister Rita Joan.
were included in these draw- have no doubt that this Is On August 1, 1959, he issued ,

1915 DrtW St. rll.446.11'5 I ings, together with a list of the most valuable store of "Sacerdotii Nostri Primordia" .

STOCKS MUTUAL ft FUNDS IONDS estimated costs for construc- documents that I came across (From the Beginning of Our Priest Cautions Women

tion. This church was actually while in Spain.Sisters Priesthood) to commemorate Hills Special Trains

........IIHIRHIIIHlnnFor / begun In 1791 and completedin the centenary of the death of Against Slavish ImitationIIERSIIEY to

1797. Praised St. John Vianney, patron of

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(NC) Women have been warned against
Advertising Contact ments of which I am now Aloysius J. Willinger C.SS.R., "Grata Recordatio" (Grate-
"slavish uncreative" imitation of male ideals
Father
negotiating to obtain photographic of Monterey-Fresno has paid ful Memory) came on September by BLACK'HILLSPASSION
Ray Derr at 1950U. copies-I visited the tribute here to the "heroic" 26, an appeal for prayersfor Leo. W. Duprey O.P., a member of the theology facultyat .

.S. Hwy. 19 N. Clearwater Naval Museum and Military sacrifices made by teaching the Pope's guidance, for Trinity College, Washington, D.C. Tu- sdqyr Thursdoy, Saturday PLAY

Museum in Madrid, hoping to Sisters. missionaries, for peace, and for He declared here that the feminine education to

find other maps and documents Bishop Willinger, speakingat the success of the Rome diocesan -modern woman must make a tion as a housewife. prepara- t t From:

pertinent to the Church in Flor a diocesan teacher's institute, synod and the ecumenical true evaluation of the feminine Tampa _.._ April 7
"The 'feminist' "h' '
view is
SMITH'SJEWELERS ida. In both of these museumsI pointed out that the pioneer council. role and plan her life accord- correct in Sarasota-Bradenton .April 7

had a chance to see maps dat- Sisters "displayed the self-same "Princeps Pastorum" (T h e ingly. requiring modified Orlando April 12
'
approaches and in
ing from the 18th century character, heroism and self. Prince of Shepherds) was is- "'Know thyself' is a bit of view the adaptations Tampa -.. ,-..-.._April |BIt
which depicted in close detail denial that distinguished the sued on November 28 to mark wisdom which transcends the of complexities and Pays To
the mission and the original missionaries and frontiersmenwith the 40th anniversary of Pope boundaries of geography and needs of the modern world, butit For Information call yourAdvertise

Watches parish church in St. Augustine.Of whom they shared their Benedict XV's apostolic letteron time," Father Duprey said recently gravely errs in thinking that In nearest ACL Ticket Office

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