The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Listening Your Purpose to God in Life: For Peace in Easter TalkVATICAN

With Docility

By Fr. Mortimer Danaher r ILW Pope John XXm has called
I 1" YOU ARE old enough to ki RL i' his new encyclical on peace
read, then you are old enoughto
"Our Easter present" in his
know that God made you
Easter broadcast to the
for a specific purpose. In fact,
the little children world and again has appealed 11cFioflc1aCad

can an / 4 peace.

swer you clearly | He said that the encyclical

p and loudly tPacem in Terris and his

r If you ask, Social encyclical Mater et
"'\ did God
Jtfagistra will
,, spur "serious
I make you? reflection on economic, social :
The answer Is ot
and political problems." ic
clear and con '

cise. God made t<. The documents, the Pope f t

Da.ahu I me to know, ,:--,.. added, are aimed at solving
3 love and serve 'J those problems "through a

Him In this life and to be I respect and love for those

happy with Him forever in ,,:. ..' immutable and universal

heaven.St. :!!L ei laws which are written in VOL. XXIV, No. 25 Orlando, Florida, Friday, April 19, 1963 Ten Cents
f' Basil said, "Be thoroughly _, the heart of every. man.."
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convinced that we are the workof and individual men redeemedby
a Master who with Pope CalisEncyclical
Christ's sacrifice.
infinite foresight, is occupiedat Assisting Pope John XXIII during the Holy Father's veneration of the Cross of appeared in the central balcony
of St. Peter's basilica at In one of several pleas for
all times with us, His crea Christ on Good Friday is Archbishop Enrico Dante, secretary of the Sacred Congre-
to his he said: "Peace be to
give blessing to peace 'Great
tures. Under His loving gation of Rites.Women. Appeal to Love'VATICAN
protection the city and the world. He you, peace be to you! Always

nothing can befall us also wished the world a happy peace in the heart of every I

contrary to His wilL Nothingcan will ConveneIn Easter in the following languages man, in homes, in places of CITY (NC-Pope) John XXIII has told dip-

hurt us without His per. : Italian, French, English work, in national communities, lomats from almost 50 nations that his peace encyclical

mission. Whatever happens to Spanish, Portuguese, German in the world!" Pacem in Terris is a "great appeal to love."

us is so good that nothing" better Dutch, Flemish, Polish, The Pope continued: "We have no more cherished desire than to see the;

can be Imagined. Tampa this Week Greek, Russian, Slavic, Arabic, "It is true that nothing is great human ,family finally gathered in union and in

That, basically, Is the Catholic Albanian, Bohemian, Croatian, easy, and We do not hide this peace," the Pope said in a discourse in French on April 11

philosophy and the Cath. Slovenian, Hungarian, Romanian fact from Ourself. But with in the Vatican's Sistine Chapel to diplomats accredited tx>

olic way of looking at God's TAMPA-The aspiration of the Second Ecumenical Vatican Council- "That All Ethiopian, Turkish, Japanese the help of God and with a the Holy See.

plan for us. May Be One"-is the theme: of the 33rd annual convention of the St. Augustine Di- Chinese and Latin. sincere tribute of subjection of He said he hopes that a "new

We're Going to Heaven ocesan Council of Catholic Pope John referred to Eas. Him, true progress in brother PilgrimageSet energy" will animate the rulersof
gins and Father John P. Law- Club of Orlando will at
sing ter "the center of history hood and is possible."A .
God spared us the trouble Women which will meet in as peace nations.

of deciding for ourselves whatwe Tampa, April 22-25. ler bishop., chaplains to the Arch- DCCW, Page 10 both in the life of nations good start has already Sunday -May the charity that will

should do to get to heaven. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, Contention keynote speech- been made, and this should encourage penetrate their hearts help

Can you imagine the confusionthat In a statement addressed to the all to continue and them to believe in the presenceof
will be given b Father St.
would reign In the minds women, calls their attention to Smith at the first) business to ConventionOn have confidence." He added: AugustineST. God in history and to accept

and hearts of people if each the interest with which he will Message "We must not underestimatethe His law even to the concrete
session at which Mi*. Joseph.
one had to decide what he or follow their deliberations this difficulties to be met in CGCSTIXJ.Archbish.op applications that it requires,"
Sehoebert of Kau Gallie, diocesan the eve of the convention In Tampa of the
she should do to attain eternal week. He will be on hand to such a tremendous task, and Joseph P. Hurley will take he said. "May they thus be Induced
111.-ideJit, will preside. Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, Archbishop
salvation? the frequent obstacles due toman's part in pilgrimage 0 n Low to do
celebrate the Missa Cantata on Assisting her at each business Joseph P. Hurley has ,the following message publishedin everything, absolutely -
God, in His infinite wisdom, April 23 at 8:30: a.m. in Christ session will be the program for the event: disinclinations, whichare Sunday to America's Oldest everything, in a spirit
has given us a plan to get to the King Church and he is so often dominated by Mission at St. Augustine. of obedience to a duty which

heaven. Our job In life is to scheduled to address the convention's presidents.On afternoon To Our Council of Catholic! Women: egoism." Father )Michael. Cannon, exceeds and transcends the life
Tuesday convention
find out what God's plan is and banquet on the eve Pope John said that "in director of the Mission' of of individuals."

to follow it. God did not con ning of April 24. delegates will hear ad- YOUR 1963 Convention at Tampa takes place the name of God, the Just Xonibre Ie Bios I states that The Pope recalled the Last

) suIt us about the formation of Programs, featuring a globeof I the Second Ecumenical Council of the Judge, We invite all those in ceremonies will begin at 3 Supper, where Christ instituted .

this plan. He tells us if we the world, carry the theme, Vatican. It will, of course, be deeply influenced by responsible positions to reject p.m. the Blessed Sacrament as

want to go to heaven we haveto "That All May Be One," on the this great Parliament of the Faith. Indeed, you the temptations toward easy There will be a public procession the final :gift: of His message"of

follow it. We, of course, dQ covers, and help to show the : have already chosen as your theme the noble Chris- success.** of the Most Blessed truth and of life."

not have to go to heaven.It influence of the Vatican Coun. __ r: .. tian aspiration which is the motto of the General Repeating the thought of Sacrament through the shaded It is this message, the Pope

Is difficult to attain perfection cil on the 1963 convention.On Council: That All May Be One. Pacem In Terris, Pope John paths over the ground where said, which "the encyclical

; however, we ourselves the evening before the called for "peace within na the first Parish Mass was offered Pacem in Teens sought to re

contention gets underlay, Your Convention may well mark a memorable tions by a watchful interest to on the historic day when peat-in words which We hope
sometimes make the '
registration for the sessions 't : stage in the history of our Diocese. We must con- promote the ordered development St. Augustine was founded in will welcomed and underKNCYCLICAIi -

attaining of, virtue to a.high will begin in the headquarters -: .... vince the world of God. Men need a deep under- of the life of citizens." He 15G5.. --

degree more complicated and lobby of the Tampa Ter- standing of God and the things of God. The Church also urged "peace finally in the The Low Sunday pilgrimage TEXT, PAGE 7

more difficult.We race Hotel. needs a new birth of Christian zeal to enroll all men mutual relations of nations in speaker this year will be Fa-

try to substitute our own- "Early birds" at the convene ,in the ranks of,'Christ's"! '&vPers.- May this Con- a loyal.determlnatQn 1p<< put,to'ijther" Mortimer .Danaher, Jack stood by all. We waited it published

plan for going to heaven forGod' tion will enjoy dinner and a vention help us to achieve the sacred insight and an erTd to suspicion:misunderstanding -"sonville Priest. He presides on the da yn which

$_.,and that, of course, It the sacred enthusiasm, which are called for today.I and threats." over the parish of San Jose, there sprang from" the'Ups of
contrary to rGod's plan* for us. Pope John said an ever greater the Bishop Kenny High School Christ the divine words: 'Love

The point I wish to bring to ; shall follow with constant interest and with number of men are increasingly and the diocesan Board of one another.' "

your attention is that we, you unfailing encouragement your efforts to concert aware "not only of their Catholic Schools. "It is in effect a great appealto
and children own rights, but also of their The public is welcome to love which We sought to address
and I, are not here to decideGod's :yy,..... ways means to preserve among our
own duties." join the See City's and other to all men of our time."
plan for our salvation; and to propagate among adults the Faith that
M.SRT. Patrick i:. Nolan lie praised organizations parishes' Priests, parishionersand Recalling that Christ washed
rather we are here to follow it. enlightens and strengthens, that comforts and savesus
The last statement I made dresses by Monsignor Nolan, from sin. working in the political, cultural school children In, rever- the feet of the Apostles, the
Father Thomas Burns and Father and charitable fields ence at Nombre De Dios on Pope said that it was a "prec
should be conviction with all
a ; Daniel B. O'Brien. Father PAPAL, Page 10 Sunday afternoon, April 21. ious lesson which the Church
of us. If it is a conviction, then '
Burns, a diocesan Priest, will has heeded but more than
our next aim is to realize that speak on the subject, "Voca the gesture, it 1st he spirit
there will be tremendous sac. -4r to Meet Fate of Priests Still Unknown As
rifice and effort demanded of tions Start in the Home. Father ,'which counts and the lesson is
O'Brien is from New York Father Irvine Nugent, not only for religious leaders.

those God. First seeking, we to are do told the will by all of Ii/ state. chancellor, has announcedin Reds Continue Persecution in LaosBy Every command, every exercise .

Featured speaker on Tuesday St. Augustine that all pastors of authority is a service.
that surrounds us that we are ___
evening at dinner will be and administrators of "The Pope loves to be called
fools. The material aspects of Father Patrick O'Connor
the national president of the the Dioceseill meet on the Servant of the Servants of
; life can dominate our thinkingand
National Council of Catholic Wednesday, Apiil 24, in NCWC News Service God. He feels himself and encourages

become the very reason Women, 31i's. Joseph McCarthy Tampa. The clergy conference SAIGON, Vietnam-The situation in Laos has gone from uneasy to disturbed to himself' be the servant -

and motivation for our living. of San Francisco. has been set for 11 a.m. tense and turbulent since the coalition government was installed last June 23. That of all."God .

We must keep material objectsin Father Daniel II. O'Brien St. Charles Women's Glee in the cafeteria of Christ the much is clear from recent reports of travelers arriving here from Vientiane, the admin- wants all those! on

life in their proper place. King: Church. :...f..f.n........ .10..1. .. ,tf T n.,.......... whom falls the weight of responsibility
That is the negative way of bird show at the Busch Gar r..w" ,_I "" -'fl-- r---- "- O.M.I. (French) missing since of Christians are deprived of for the human

looking at things. dens at 3:15: p.m., Monday. That r : ; The Pathet Lao authorities April, 1001.Father Mass and the sacraments. take to heart
evening, the diocesan board of Home MissionsST. have still failed to give any information Marcel Denis M.E.P. community, to
That Is, If we Will It Last January three Japanese this last and great lesson
directors will meet, under the about the fate of five (French) missing since April,
The positive way, which Is AIGISTIXEFlorida Protestant missionaries were of Holy Thursday.
directorship of Monsignor Pat. Priests who disappeared in territory
far more beautiful, is to embrace rick E. Nolan, diocesan moderator Home Missions will be assistedin held by them, one Italian 1961.Father Noel Tenaud M.E.P. taken prisoners near Pakse in "And He wants them to see
our daily obligations and all parishes and missions of FATE, Page 9 SISTINE, Page 10Sudads
and Father Vincent E. Oblate of Mary Immaculate (French) missing since May, .
carry them out with enthusiasm -Smith, assistant diocesan moderator the Diocese of St. Augustine on missing since May, 1960, two 1961.
to the best of our Sunday, April 28, when a special '
of the DCCW. French Oblates missing since Father Vincent L'Henoret
ability. This is doing the will Officers of the Mass openingthe collection is taken up. April, 1961, and two Priests of OJVI.I. (French) killed Ascension Bishops Act to Save
of God. This is having our will Ftt In announcing the appeal,
convention Missions
are announcedby the Paris Foreign
Thursday, May 11, 1961.
in conformity with the will of Monsignor Nolan. They will : Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley missing since April and May, (In 1953-54 the Vietminh- Victims of Repressive Laws
God. St. Dionysius said, "The be Yt said to pastors in a letter this
Pathet Lao held Bishop Jean
most excellent effect of love is Archbishop H u r ley celebrant f': # past Tuesday: 1961.Priest victims of Pathet Lao Arnaud M.E.P., apostolic vicarof FORESTVILLE, Ohio (NC-The Sudan's seven Cath-
the will of "I sometimes fear that the-
it unites
; Monsignor John P. Me- are: Thakhek and two or threeof olic Bishops have launched a crash program to prepare at

lovers." How true that is in our Nulty V.G., assistant priest; Father importance this collectionis Father Rene Dubroux M.E.P., I his Priests prisoners for a least 500 lay catechists in an effort to save the faith of

relationship with AlmightyGod. Mark J. McLoughlin, dea. not always understood by (French) killed in a mission :year. One of the Priests dieda approximately 500,000 Catholics in the southern part of
our people. It is not understood -
con; Father William J. O'Far- parish of Thakhek Vicariate, captive. In 1954, the Pathet .. .
Christ, from the moment of rell, subdeacon; Father JamesF. for instance, t hat a December, 1959. Lao killed the first Laotian mat country. among the Zande people, he

Ills birth until His I death, by Gloekler, Father John X. number of our parishes, especially Father Mario Borzaga O.M.I. Priest, Father Joseph Tien, Alarmed at the stepped up said in his report

example and teaching Itt all Linnehan and Father Keith in the western and (Italian) Oblate of Mary Immaculate then three years ordained of pace of expulsions of missionaries "The day the police truck

Symons, masters of ceremonies; northwestern areas, embrace missing in Pathet which he had spent one yearas by the Sedan's Moslem came to get me," he said "I
know that He came to do the Counties. It i two Bishops
or more government,
and Father Laurence E. Hig- Mrs. Joseph>> McCarthj Lao-held area since May, 1960. prisoner). was working on my parish
\\l\l\ of His Father.In not understood, likewise, thatin plan to sponsor the higher education books. I had reason to be
Father Louis Leroy O.M.I. It is still impossible for missionaries
St. Paul's Gospel Our many of our Florida Counties of at least 250 young afraid because in less than two
French the
( ) missing since April, to reenter zone
Lord said, 'For I have come Camp San Pedro Invites ( there are fewer Catholics controlled by the communists.Thus Sudanese in the United States months I had administered
than there would be incomparable 1961.Father and Europe.
down from heaven not to do Michel considerable numbers
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My own will, but the will of Inquiries on New Season areas uf.Africa or Father Anthony Todesco V
of Asia. F.S.CJ., U.s. provincial of the
All Schools Visited
Him who sent Me. In obedience "
"It is for these scattered Verona Fathers at Sacred !
to His Father's will, He MAITLAND-Take it from a Priest who has had 16
Catholics, unable to care completely Heart Seminary here, said
sacrificed Himself upon the years of experience in Catholic camping programs; Camp for their own spiritual First Phase CompletedBy these actions, if they are sue 1 '_ _

cross for the salvation of men. San Pedro in Central Florida is on the 'move and goingits needs, that we" make this appeaL cessful, represent "the only

He told His disciples He would places. third of In. the spirit of the General chance to save Christianityfrom
year operation
Father Hubert J. Reason director Boston College Team
Council, we call upon all annihilation in Central
recognize as His brothers all urfder Father Reason's dir(>c. ?
of Camp San Pedro, "
our people to make a sacrificefor Africa.
would do the will of God. chairman of the Board of
who counts his own years as a camp spiritual renewal in their JACKSONVILLE His announcement coincided 4 .

St. Matthew writes in the counselor at Good Counsel own lives, and for the extension Catholic Schools in the Diocese of St Augustine, Father with publication of a first-hand _

twelfth chapter of his Gospel, Camp in the Diocese and adds of, the Kingdom of God to Mortimer Danaher, has said here that all the schools have report of persecution in the _

"Whoever does the will of My his years as founder-
Camp San Pedro to make the Floridians."It from Boston Colle e. Trivella 37, Verona Fathers
Father In heaven, he is My
total of 16 years he has spentin will give you some notionof an analysis will beginof Dr. Walsh says, are common missionary who was expelledlast

brother. Catholic camping.. Good the importance of this collection the educators' visits, said events on the contemporary month after 71 days of tz. d .. ,
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Submission of our will Is, in Counsel Camp this year will be if I tell you that we Father Danaher.Dr. educational scene. His conservative -imprisonment. 0 n e of the
Father John Trivella
truth, the most pleasing sacrifice under the supervision of Father ir .- are ,already committed to expend John J. Walsh, directorfor estimate is that 25 per crimes of which Father Trivellawas

that we can make to God. Philip E. Halstead, who more than $100,000 on the the survey of diocesan'cent of the nation's school systems accused was "using a tape 2000 baptisms, The Zande people -

and the -one that honors Him. also served as seminarian- -Fr, Rra_.- Fr. IlaMradtion. home missions this year. That, schools, is now meeting with have had one or more recorder to transmit religious since they heard about the
counselor at that older diocesan of course, is in addition to the his staff at Boston College to surveys since 1946. music." expulsion of several missionaries

most. It Is the most perfect act, camp before his ordination to Two sessions, are for debts which we have contracted evaluate the data gathered by Practically every major university The lengthy imprisonment wanted to be baptized

of love, the most elevating and, the Priesthood.: boys only and one, for ::irl* for mission construction in the professors. in this country main- of Father Trhella apparent! immediately for fear that they

meritorious virtue. Camp San Pedro will begin SAX PEDRO, Page 10 the past few years. School surveys of this type, BOSTON, Page 10 was the price of his' success' SUDAN, T.UJP 0

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I + -I The .Cath li Women's Club The Women's Guild of St.

Florida 1 i Margaret Mary parish
c Rep ts of the Church of the Nativity, a chicken dinner and

Lake is sponsoring a
1' family fun day, Sunday, May 5,
San _' I membership' tea on Sunday, 1-5 at Camp San Pedroon
Daytona BeachLADY Antonio New Smyrna ____ f t; I p.m.
---- April 21, at 3 p.m. Lake Howell.
OF LOURDES Beach 4 k- Following Benediction of the Pony rides, foot races and
I Holy Name Academy will -- 1
Father Irvine Nugent has announced Most Blessed Sacrament, tea horseshoes will be among the
present its 15th annual spring SACRED HEART .J
that the Forty Hours ) will be served in the social hall. many features of the day.

devotion. will start in Our Ladyof will festival include on May an 5.operetta The festival, "The Father Francis Donlan ; -1 At this time, former mem- Tickets are, adults, $1.50; chil.

CJSS.R. and Father: Lawrence dren. 75 cents.Chairman .
Lourdes parish on Sunday, w,4' re-affiliated,
Belle of Barcelona," in which : *' bers may
April. 21. both Holy Name Academy and Everett presented an illustrated -- and newcomers will have an for the affair Is

The Most Blessed"Sacrament St. Leo students will partic- lecture on the :Mass at the recent 't opportunity to become acquainted Mrs. John S. Mann, MI 4-8074.

will be exposed after the 12:15 ipate. Leads are played by installation of officers of with the activities of Ticket chairman is Mrs. Edward -

Mass on Sunday and expositionwill Sheila Andry and Frank the.:.Ladies.Altar: Society.. ; .A i the organization. Hurt, MI 43859.

close with a holy hour and LaDue. ::Installed:-yrere< 'j.iii., Joseph,' This will bet h e spiritual Eau Gallie

Benediction from 8 to !9 p.m. The presentation of an operetta Corbe: president; MrV. 'Leslie'Parsons : (-p 'i :-c *' .-' S opening of the 1963-61 Catholic ASCENSIONMrs.

On Monday and Tuesday, the constitutes a break from ,- vice-president; Miss* l SS Women's Club ;year, it is re Henry Levy conductedher

morning Masses will be at 6:45: the tradition of past spring ,festivals Mildred 'Gon eau, ..Mrs. :Rose ported. first meeting as new president

and; 8:15: and the Blessed Sac the Sisters of St. Bene- Griffiths, recording;:and :corresponding -: S-_ : -. 5sa 'SS S The annual installation din- of the Ascension Catholic

rament will be exposed after dict report. In former years, ,. ecrearisaM. : d ;:- -' e SS ner of the Catholic Women's Women's Guild, last week.

the 8:15: Mass. Each day will the festival offered a variety Mrs. Larry }Kates treasurer. - -- -_ '- I-' -- Club of the Church of the Nativity Dr. Douglas Silverton spoke

I close with, a holy h 0 u rand program of songs and dances \. I : BOSTON .EVALUATOR VISITS IN LEESBURG was served at Mayfair briefly on the fund raising
Benediction from 8 to 9 p.m. which not unified During the past year, mem1bers
were throughany under
Inn Sanford. lie
campaign: now
Children from left Debbie DeYot way
of the parish society Debbie Kay, Phil Doerr and Jim Kay arc
The Hours will be conducted single theme.In .
Forty the said the $250,000;) goal would
Keane of
the 108 pupils in St. Paul School classroom with Father Hugh
the Father
raised SGOOO for the church among Leesburg. Visiting
by Father James Hen11 "The Belle of Barcelona, Blessed Church in take sacrifice on the part of
ihy, assistant pastor of St. group dances and a choral back- building fund, and other proj Keith Symons of the Leesburg parish are, from left, Miss Helen Roy, Mrs. Gordan the all in the parish.
Ii Brendan Church, 0 r m o n d ground will complement the ects. Members are giving hun- Huey, Miss Susan McEvoy, St. Paul School teachers, and Dr. William Cottle of Bos relationship guest of a women's Thomas Aglio, executive secretary

Beach. performance itself. A colorful dreds of hours to hospital aide ton. He has just visited Leesburg to gather data at the Catholic grade school for the to the parish. of Catholic Charities,

frolic with a Latin theme, it work and to the Red Cross. current diocesan evaluation being made by Boston College educators. group Following Father Keane's ad- spoke on the services offeredin

promises to be absorbing as this area. He explained the
Charities dress the installation of new
well as appealing to the eye, : Jacksonville Winter HavenST. three main services of child
officers was held. Officers assuming -
This month, the office of emphasize.A I Cuban
sponsors welfare, refugee
CHRIST TilE KING JOSEPH responsibilities at this pro-
the Catholic Charities Bureau ham supper will be Father W. Thomas Larkin gram, and general family serv
Debbie Buttles of St. JosephSchool L I installation were: Mrs. John
in St. Petersburg was be served from 5 to 7 p.m. has presented the Ad Altare ices.
.- Winter Haven, has won i I MacFarlane, president; Mrs.
'inth Street
located at 2G39 Proceeds will go to the build Dei medal to Scout James
first in the Richard Cleveland, vice-presi-!
place area r
North, it has been announcedhy ing fund for the expansion of Moran. The presentation of the essay
Patrick J. contest of the Daughters of the dent; Miss Dorothy Teslo, secretary -
Monslsnor educational facilities of Holy Catholic scouting award was ST.
American Revolution. ; Mrs. ,
Trainor, chairman of the Name Academy. "The Belle of made at the recent Holy Name
Hoard of Catholic Charities. Barcelona" follows immediatelyupon Mass. Sisters of St. Joseph, her treasurer.

the St. teachers, that she [l The outgoing president, Mrs.:
I :Mail may br sent to the coronation of "Queen" Officers were elected by the report placed

Petersburg" r. O. Box 3951. Evelyn Krazit. | Holy Name Society on Palm second in the state essay con. Joseph Hopkins, spoke in appreciation -

The is invited test in seventh and eighth i of the cooperation
public cordially Sunday. They are:
to attend. grade divisions. given her by members of the
Ernest Smith Alfred
Martin and Frank Red. The essay was titled "Historyin organization during her tenure J!0& I.VefI Aff. 11I0.

ST. PETERSBURGFlowers St. LeoCOLLEGE mond, vice-presidents; Frank the l\laking-Cape Canav.S of office. WE WIKK 867-2: 1MSt. FLOWERS:

B.echt. secretary; Henry Mann, eral, Florida." Debbie is in the Father William Trainor presented -' I'.t..b.rFLORIDA ..

for Every Occ $ionTinman's The baccalaureate address at __ treasurer; and Guy Senesac, seventh grade.Winter outgoing officers with
NCCW pins, representing their
St. Leo College will be delivered -
I FlowersBonded
GardenHOLY affiliation with the National
Council of Catholic Women.
Florist Father James Solari O.S.B., of isolated sanctuary-Sumampa-in Argentina is Officers have been installed FAMILY

Telegraph Delivery Belmont Abbey, North Caro the destination next month of four members of the for the All Saints Home Aux Officers for the Holy Family

3931 Central Ave. 862-3661 lina. He Is professor of theologyand Order of St. Benedict of St. Leo, Florida, from left, iliary. They are Mrs. Ivan J. Catholic Women's Guild in the HEINZEN AfflKit&

classical languages, rectorof Brother Joseph St. Pierre, Brother Eugene Corrigan, Korson president; Mrs. Robert coming year will be:

the seminary, and head of Father Damian O. :McGill and Mrs. Charles F. Mrs.
Edouard C. Craig DuQuesnay and- Father Juan Lopez. Lilian Gerent, president; _
and Distributor the college theology depart- They will be missionaries 200 miles from the Cathedral Sares, :vice-presidents; M r s. .Mrs. Tena Britt, vice-president;

t Contractor for ment in Belmont. city of Bishop Manuel Tato of Santiago del Estero, who H. Daugherty and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Marie Sansbury, recording SERVICE

I The commencement address has invited their Abbot to send the monks to South D. Swaney, recording and and Mrs. Rita Matioda, cor ____
Vikon Metal, Ceramic will be delivered on April 30 at corresponding secretaries; and responding secretaries and FREE i'iciup34th A: KLl\EBr 5
America. ;
St. & 18th Avr. So.
and Mosaic Tiles 9 a.m. by Dr. Vincent Smith, Mrs. Jack W. Morgan, treas- Mrs. Olive Nalan, treasurer. Phone 547-R!**

head of the philosophy of spi- urer. Mrs. James L. Fogarty, StII tiKKKV STAMPS! IS *
917-49th St. So.
The Guild members to
tth M. & 18th Ave bo.
ence department, St. John'sUniversity Benedictine Monks outgoing Auxiliary president,
join with the Clermont Guild at I'Jon. (9C-41SS DP DANDEE MOMS
Jamaica, New York. installed the new officers at
a dinner next month for the
He is the author of several the home for the aged on
Mission combined installation of offi
to ArgentineST.
Shoes books including "Footnotes for Riverside Avenue.
cers. The group has voted to
the Atom," and "Philosophical Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan S
Ladies' & Men's LEO-Two Priests and two Brothers of the St. become a member of the Coun-
Frontiers of Physics. Dr. V.F. presented life membership KINGFISHTAURANT
Leo Abbey Benedictine Community here will leave on May cil of Catholic Women in the
Clinic Miller Smith has degrees: from the certificates to Mrs. Thomas S. .
15 for Argentina, Abbot :Marion Bowman O.S.B. has an- Diocese.
Vitality -Weyenberg University of Fribourg, Switzerland Lobrano Jr. and Mrs. George
L ; Xavier University, and nounced. The mission band will include Father Damian Sedding. :
'J ..
I Cushioned Bellaires Catholic University of America. DuQuesnay O.S.B., Father Juan Lopez O.S.B., Broth'er. 'Plans were made' for a blOod ,

641 Central Ave. 862-1355 The college all-sports ban- Eugene Corrigan O.S.B. and Brother Joseph St. Pierre. bank for the residence. '
quet will be served on April 21 U.O.J5.; Also discussed was participation -

at 0.30: p.ml. ,when ,.basketball) ,.- Abbot .Marion said that the in the Abbey church on June in the senior citizen's dayat -. \

TERMITESSWARMIHG intramural, baseball"; a"nd' golf '.effort:9tt.; ..Leo*a berJI1thisnew' 20, 1946.! River Garden Hebrew. home Golden Fried or Broiled Shrimp

awards will be made. The mission venture is in direct He received the M.S.. degree forthe aged on May 15. All I Succulent Scallops"J

? graduation banquet will be an response to the Holy Fa from Catholic University of Saints Auxiliary members will
Luscious Lobsters
America, Washington D.C. in
event of April 29 at 6:30: p.m. ther's plea for assistance for extend hospitality between 2 f S S

when scholarship Dr. John I. the Church in Latin Xmerica.JThe.nilssjonnriejj 1951.; Father Damian was prefect and 4 p.m. YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER -
in St. Leo school for
Ii Leonard, extra-curricular activities "' I 'will,go .to' ten SERVED OCEAN FRESH

college service, and distinguished the' Sanctuary Sumampa in years and taught biology\ chemistry ST. PAULIn HUSHPUPPIES AND ROLLS .
Latin, French St. Paul Church, Monsignor .
student awards will the Diocese of Santiago del Chicken and SteaksAt
: algebra, and geometry.He Patrick E. Nolan V.F., S
be made. lvtcio at the request of Argentine Famous Johns Pass
call I Bishop Manuel Tato. also taught histology, pastor, presented Catholic Girl

Advertisers appreciate it biology, and zoology in St. Leo Scouts the Marian Award after
The monks will go to a primitive -
College. the celebration of the 8:30:
spot on primitive roads,
H when mention
you o'clock Mass, recently. He was
of your horn. said the St. Leo announcement, He has been abbey prior PARISH PHARMACY GUIDE
assisted by F a the r John
TUB FLORIDA CATHOLIC places where the refinements since 1957; and aIM! llo\' ("e
O'Flaherty in the presentation.A .
of civilized life such as elec- iliastetanl! Brother master.
( picture of the award win-
tricity, are not known. Father Juan, son of Mrs. ners will published, when

DANIEL T. WINTER & co. The. cathedral town: is.-200: Theresa Lopez of Trinidad, space permits! ). ," -

HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS miles distant. Indeed, the 'near Colorado, studied at Regis Col- The Altar and Rosary Society '_ .
size is Cordoba
est town'of
any _
lege in Denver before gradua- at the April meeting, elect- !
403 FLORIDA THEATRE nI. )G. ST. PETERSBURG about 200 miles north of tion from St. Benedict College, ed officers: I -f-
TELEPHONE 862-0381 the The --1
new foundation. -
Kansas. Father Juan has Mrs. Evelyn Thornton, pres-
closest main road, Camino del WINS PRIZE
: :
taught history and Spanish at ident; Mrs. Virginia Hicks and
Rey, is 25 miles distant. Carol Boyd of Grade 9 at
St. Leo's high school. He organized Mrs. Lduise Wolfe, ice-pres
Madeira Beach Bank Notre nameradem In
This road connects Argentinaand ) St.
the missionary apos- idents; Mrs. Lora Mae Fritch,
MADEIRA BEACH Peru and is the nearest tolate for Latin America at St. treasurer; Miss Betty Barrette, Petersburg won first prize in

Member paved road. It was built by Leo College.lie recording secretary, and Miss her classification at the Pinel- urDoctosprescpUonithese

Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .. the Incas and used extensivelyby was born at Trinidad, Shirley Barrette, corresponding in las Largo County recently.science Her fair held wilt be filled promptly at
Phone 391-9911 Open Sat. 9-12 the Spanish explorers.The secretai '. S S
Colorado, September, 1931: ) 'was the effect of pituitrin parish pharmacies.
soil of the new founda- After the meeting, Sister
and was ordained a Priest! at on the embryonic df\eiop.
tion is alluvial and productive,
Marie S.S.J.
Therese arrangedfor '
St. Leo on September :0, 19)8.; ment of the chicken, reports BLESSED TRINITY
but the monks will have to the presentation of a,recordon
Brother Eugene is the son Sister :Marie Carmel, princl FLORIDA PHARMACY
devise means of irrigation since St. Therese of Lisieux, nar- S
of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cor- .il of Xotre Dame.
rainfall is scanty. The monks rated by Father Ronald F. p _. SKYWAY SHOPPING CENTER
: rigan of San Antonio Florida.He '
Fresh Seafood will have to become self-sus Gray, O. Carm.U.OIAN'S 925 62ND AVE.. SOUTrf .'
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000 11th StrretSt.
dation and to be able to help At the April 15 meeting, the .
first vows March 27, 1935.: I'.l.rhnrr 8674868GULFPORT
the people 'of the area. Catholic Woman's Club of Modern. M ell KqolppedItra
Brother Joseph, Air Force ..
an nat le
; > "
Father Damian, who is head. Jacksonville enjoyed a skit
Conducted' by
veteran before to
coming St.
ing the mission band, was bornat presented by nine of the mem- SUttrt of St. Imncli

Let us take this opportunity to thank.you Highgate Jamaica, July 24, Leo, was at Corpus Christi! bers. Mrs William Starrs was American Approved by DRUGSQi'alqreeiz
parish Miami. He was born Celine of Sarl'tonlFor
1918. He came to St. Leo in chairman of luncheon.

for your patronage and indulgence during 1939 and was ordained a Priest February 22, 1910 at Lawrence, O
Massachusetts. He made his qtncy

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Released The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 19, 963 Page Three

Florida w

i By Red Hungary Reports New Apostolic Nuncio


government has released St. PetersburgBLESSED OrlandoST. I r Recalls Rome's AncientFriendship

Monsignor Egon Turc-
sanyi and 12 unidentified -
Priests Blessed Trinity Women's Saturday, April 27, has been 3 with
from prison under its J Congo
Club will sponsor a benefit chosen as the opening date for
amnesty decree of March 21, ._
event at the Anchorage Clubof the St. Charles festival'to be
I here.according to reports reaching Maximo Moorings, on given in the parish hall from 1Tr.tr LEOPOLDVILLE (NC)The first apostolic nuncio to

Monsignor Turc Wednesday afternoon, April 24 5 to 10 p.m. Dinner will be 3 the Congo has recalled the Holy See's ancient friendshipwith

Is the former secretary anyl, 70 ofJo7 at 12:30: p.m. served on Sunday, April 28. the Congo.- He recently. .presented his credentials to

There will Hours for the Sunday benefitare Congo president Joseph
be table prizes for
>ef Cardinal Minds/enty, calls the deathbed visit of Pope
t cards. The from 1 to 10 in the Kasavubu.
donation is $1.50. p.m.
primate of Hungarylio remains Paul V to Congolese ambassador
Tickets social hall. Vito Roberti! whois
be Archbishop ,
In asylum' at the Unit may obtained from Antoine Emmanuel Ne
Mrs. Robert The vocational fair held at also first apostolic nuncio to
J. Rothe, 2G44
rd States legation In Budapest. Vunda. .\ memorial in Rome'sSL I,
the St. Charles social hall Sunday Burundi said that the Church
Granada Circle W.. 86 .1833- Mary Major basilica in

The Priest was sentenced to The public is welcome. April 7, presented 19 exhibits had confidence in all the men memory of Xe Vunda's death
depicting religious vocations who charged with the des
life imprisonment in 1958 on a ST. PAUL ( (January, 1COS testifies to the
and careers in arts, science tiny of the Congolese people.
charge of sacking the officesof ancient cordial relations be-
.Cheryl Lynne Matthews, trades and service. f1 aA President Kasavubu praisedthe
Hungarian government'schurch 1Uf tween the Congo and the Holy
affairs bureau duringthe daughter of Mr. and ')Irs: Edward Outstanding displays on vocations t- -ii medical, educational, social See, he said.

E. Matthews, 1800-58 were presented by the and charitable works of the
anticommunist uprising of (This early Christian community -
I October, 1956. Street North, St. Petersburg, a Sisters of St. Joseph, the Sisters Church especially her effortsin was dissipated by the
senior at St. Paul High School, of Charity, and the Priests saving the nation's cultural
Tried at the same time but slave trade, by war, and especially -
has been awarded a scholarshipat from Bishop Moore High EVALUATION OF NOTRE DAME, ST. PETERSBURGFather patrimony.
given lesser sentences were 14 by the fact that the
Priests and seminarians.It Rosary Hill College, Buffalo, School. Robert Hoey S.J., a member of the team of educators from Boston College, Archbishop Roberti said that early missionaries had no resistance -

Is not known here If the according to a recent announce- The United States armed gathered data for the diocesan evaluation of schools at Notre Dame Academy in St. the event was important be- to tropical diseases).

12 Priests whose release was ment from Sister M. Angela services were represented by Petersburg. A few students meet the visiting educator above, from left: Marilyn cause the Congo and Burundiwere
O.S.F., president of the the Air Force and the Navy. the first countries of
College. Gordon two
announced in Budapest are the ,' Jane Panther, Betty McKenzie and Carol Mischke.
those The movie about astronaut Africa to give their diplomatic Colorado Solons
same as imprisoned with BARRY SCHOOL
John Glenn, "Flight of the Sarasota missions to the Holy See the

. Monsignor Turcsanyi. Bishop Barry High School Friendship 7," was shown several Coming Events rank of an embassy, and because Block Welfare AidOn

announces the annual card times during the day. QUEEN OF MARTYRS the move is the "official

ST. PETERSBURGENJOY party for Wednesday, April 24, Chairman of the vocationalfair ThU column lists future b..nrflh. uperlal meeting' and event of more Father Joseph P. Moran has seal which the independent Birth ControlDKXVKK

8 p.m. at the cafeteria, 6333 9th was Robert Goff assistedby than local interest. Alliance notice of regular meeting will be omitted. announced the names of new Congo wants to give to the
: : (XC) -The rules
AUTOMATIC Avenue North, St. Petersburg. Joseph Lawton. Minstrel show Clearwater April "7, 8 p.m., sponsored by officers of men's and women's bonds of friendship and cooperation committee of the Colorado

Donation is one dollar. ST. JAMES Central Catholic High St. Elizabeth Guild of St. organizations in his parish. which have existed for house has killed a proposed

Refreshments will be served School 8:30 It.m.prlI 19, James parish" at Fern Creek They were installed jointly at centuries between the Congolese
DELIVERYPhone St. Elizabeth's Guild of St. tax-supported birth control pro-
and table prizes will be award. high school auditorium.Card school auditorium. a buffet dinner served in Sara people and the Holy See."
to table it In.
James Church is sponsoring the gram by
: ed. :Mrs. Rocco Griesi is gen party, .1pri119) 8 )).01.. Card party% 1-4 I.m.pdl sota Bay Country Club. Archbishop Hoberti }pointed definitely.
Rock Pile Minstrels: at Fern
' St. Pete 898-11II I eral chairman. Tickets be cafetorium; St. Paul Guild, 27 Paul Xame leadersare
.- may St. School cafeteria, Holy Society out some dates and facts House speaker John Vander-
Creek School Auditorium on
Clearwater-4468314OLDEST ordered from Mrs. Anthony Jacksonville nt"acb.Cclrnhcll. St. I'eterbug.Dessert Bob Decker, president; John from the earlylife of the
hoof Glenwood
of Springs, a
Saturday, April 27, at 8 p.m.
April 19, 20 21,
Coryn at 896-2358. :' : card party, Catholic Corsi, vice-president; Jerry Col- Church in the Congo. committee member, said the
The of event will
grounds of 'm ho ) Moore
F eZOtt (Jo.I CDA he used for tuition grants to High School Orlando) Dad,' Daughters of America lins, second vice-president; William "In 1491 an imposing caravan legislators apparently wantedto
Bishop Moore High School and Club. ; hall, 3rd Street South and 6th Hegedus, secretary; James of Catholic Priests accompanied study other states and

and LARGESTIN Court Sancta Maria Catholic for Bishop Moore Library Dance Southside Avenue, St. Peterfburg, 1 Haggerty. treasurer; and Stan by teachers, masons, counties that have such legis
Daughters will. .a des- AVomen'sClub
PINELLASframeless sponsor Hytrek, marshal. farmers
Fund. Ticket chairman is Mrs. I .mn April 27. carpenters and entered lation.
sert card party on Saturday., Jacksonville, April 20
Mrs. Charles Ockelman
Bake sales April pres- Mbanza-Kongo, the capital The hill passed' by the
Paul Murphy, 4243530.; ) 9 San Jose Guild 27, two
& April 27 at 1 p.m., at the Cath p.m. spon ident of the Southwest Coast
locations in Tampa: Hillsboro of the ancient kingdom of senate and approved by the
olic Daughters Hall, 3rd Street MOORE IHGII SCHOOLThe sor. Council
Deanery of Catholic
the Congo.
Plaza and Dale house health and welfare
Mabry Shop
and 6th Avenue South, St. Bishop Moore Dads' Winter Park, dance, night Women, installed these "..om.en's "Christianization began with
Center committee would have
ping ; Mothers Club permitted
.l.is oflu'U American
Petersburg.Mrs. Club the annual 20 : LegionHall Guild officers for
are holding sponsor' from Tampa Catholic Queenof the baptism of king Nzinga the state welfare de<<
Ron Gaul music I
Blanche Gruver Is carnival on Bishop Moore High fit St. ; High School. Martyrs parish: Nkuwu on May 3 that same I.u.tmt'llt to distribute birth

the BIGDIFFERENCE chairman for this event. School grounds on April 19, Margaret Mary parish. Field Mrs. Mary Hytrek, president; ;year. control. information and devices
Itummage I".dt"pdl" 20, 9 day, April 27 10 a.m.
On Sunday May 5, the Catholic 20, and 21. Starting time 7 p.m. to 2 St. Jude Mrs. Peggy DiMuzio, Mrs. Kitty "Under his son the great to public welfare} recipients
a.in. on, St. Bernard church p.m. School
Daughters of America will on the 19th and 20th and 2 p.m. grounds, Holmes Beach. St. Petersburg.Orlando Krekman, vice-presidents; Mrs. king Dom Affonso ((150G-1543); ), who requested them.

celebrate their national Com on Sunday, April 21. Bring the Margaret LaHurd, treasurer; a Congolese mission went to The measure which the
Youth dance, April 20, 7:30 St. Charles parish
IN MODERN munion Sunday, during this whole family, say sponsors and Mrs. Irene Michale, secre- Rome. seven. member rules committee
to 11 )).111.. All Souls Cafeteria It" th'alplil 2728. Come
their 60th anniversary year. there will be fun for all. tary. "On :March 20, 1314; Dom put aside is still technically
ELECTRICWATER 5-10 I.m.pl.n 27; 1.10
Court Sancta Maria and CourtSt. KOFCOur p.m. INCARNATIONThe Henrique the king's: son, alive. Reconsideration would
St. Patrick pariah April 28 (dinner served' Sun.
Anne, of St. Petersburg, Ave Maria Guild of In. spoke in Latin before the require a two-thirds majorityof
Lady of the Lakes Council ba7.a.pdl 20, school day); St. Charles Social Hall.
will attend Mass at 11 a.m., at carnation Church reports thata Pope (Leo X) and man y the committee membership.
5150, Knights of Columbus, grounds' 4:3M( p.m. All
HEATERS St. Joseph Church, with Father Saints' Home, Jackson member, Mrs. Edward Spear council Fathers of the Fifth Catholic spokesmen here
Orlando, honored Charles H. Low Sunday Pilgrimage to sine
John Murphy, pastor. Oldest Mission Forty Hours De'otionpril ing, demonstrating the devotion J":itcran Council (1512-1517): : ). strongly opposed the bill.
Reamer on April 16 at the exemplification Augustine, .\ 2830.
I The Mass will be followed by of the second }'Joridapl11 21, 3 p.m. to Our Lady of the Green Four years later, Dom Hen It has vigorous support from

moo the ceremony of roses in which this Forty Hours Devotion Daytona Card party, St. James Scapular, has distributed 500 rique was named a Bishop. In the planned parenthood league,
degree by naming
,. the juniors and juniorettesfrom of candidates, "The Charles group H. Beach, Our Lady of School OrlandoIu.n 29, 8 of the scapulars.This 1521 he went back to his country the YWCA, the Colorado pub-

= Clearwater will make Lourdes ('hlll'chPl'il 21-23 p.m. Home and School sponsor. accomplishment represents with new missionaries. lic health association and the
Reamer Class. The degree was ;
: insist on (} their offering of roses, in procession held at the St. Charles Social holy hours8" p.m. many hours and miles of The kingdom of the Congo board of directors of the Colorado

it for c and then consecrate Hall under the guidance of Dad's Club Jesuit High St. Laurence Parish "coun travel. Mrs. Spearing has sent an ambassador to Rome at Council of (Protestant)

PRECIOUSPEACE themselves to the Sacred Heartof Grand Knight John 'Leitch. School, dinner dance, Tampa .,,try fair," May 3-1, Tampa. spoken at Guild meetings ,in the end of the 16th century, he Churches.

Jesus, and to the Infant of Approximately 23: members received April 21, Fort Homer Hester Most Holy Redeemer parish Sarasota, Manatee and Pinellas said.A.

OFdI1ND Prague. this degree and paid !}. dance. May 4, 9 p.m., counties. Vatican library-fresco. re- CLEARWATERBUY +

I ISee Following the ceremonies at tribute to Mr. Reamer. Convention, St. Augustine: Jacksonville's Riverside

St. Joseph Church, a brunch Charles Reamer is the eldest Diocesan Council of Catholic Women's Club.

appliance dealer will be served at the St. Joseph member in years and seniorityin Women, Tampa, April 2224. Family fun day; benefit 'IA THIS

your school cafeteria. Council 5150, having completed Card party, St. Petersburg, chicken dinner May 5, 1-5 a VIEW HOME
plumbing or contractor
Blessed Trinity AVomen'sClub p.m.. Camp San Pedro on
Monsignor Patrick J. Don- 62 years of continuous, '' r rJ

-f1uOUt. ohoe, pastor of St. Mary church, active membership in the sponsors Anchorage, Lake Howell; Guild of St. Overlooking HillsboroughRiver

pameless St. Petersburg, will be the Knights of Columbus. He is April 24, 12:30 p.m. Margaret M a r y's, Winter ; '2 Bedroom; I Bath;

.f1 guest speaker.Mrs. a native of Cleveland. Card part. Bishop Barry Park, sponsor.' Living Room. Panelled Florida

Alice Scheidell, and Although retired from the High School cafeteria St. Spring festival Holy Xame Room and Garage. Near

---i) Mrs. Charlene Cunningham, cochairmen United States post office service Irtt"IoIturgpl"il 21, 8 p.m.; Academy, San Antonio, May Corpus Christi! Church. See

L invite all the Catholic and soon to celebrate his Barry Guild. 5; ham supper( 5-7; "The owners at 4907 Regnas Ave.

Daughters of America, and all 90th birthday, Mr. Reamer is Mi:>:sion in honor of St. Belles of Barcelona" operetta)
...11' cti *p r. After 6 Phone 9882655.JIM'S .
Catholic women in St. Peters- an active member of the St. Anthony bt'ginsriI 2(5, presented by Sisters! of St.
Helping Build Ftoridt burg, to take part in this May Charles Holy Name Society, Brooksville.Minstrel Benedict, starring studentsof
and the Knights of Columbus. show" Orlando, the Academy.Bazaar .
... Rmit !J J1IJ:(tJI; Sunday event. .
I May 18, Jackson
ville's Sacred Heart parish
of Dance, June 8, Treasure= ", .,y rr-

St. Petersburg I\ ; Island :auditorium Dick W". t\ 1113 c.O"CI .rw.Ur, Fl..
I Crockett band; benefit St. r; "'-'

Religious Articles and Supplies ".. Jude School, St. Pctel'hburg.Gainesville I& "'.-.. .,or'If .- T-N. Complete and lute wreek PaintingSpplianeeo Work

New OwnersMr. ".: t < FY
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and Mrs. Robert J. Gebbie : .. : ;: a
.: .. 446.6304
Invite You To Call For ; -
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-,-.-.,- .
the .
I April meeting of St.Patrick's w. -
Woman's Club, Mrs.
656 Central Avenue Phone 824-6101 Clarence Doerr was elected Gregorio Pietro Cardinal Agagianian, prefect of the

delegate and Mrs. Francis Law. Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith,

Et ton, alternate to the conventionof is assisted by a Rome mason in putting relics into the SMITH'SJEWELERS

BY THE BOX Catholic women which will altar at the chapel of the Divine Word missionaries at

e : P be held in Tampa April 22-24. Nemi, south of Rome.

OR BUCKET"IT'S = a 'lti.I' .. Gainesville members wishingto
w <. attend are asked to call Mrs. Austria Honors Jr!mmIrmIIFff" Watches

Louis Ziegler, FR 6-7162 for
Ir Betty K. O'Rrien Silverware
"IT'S FINGER LICKIN1 GOOD" r reservations.Mrs. Fordham U. Head & Company

+ Marie Kattke, chairman, PHONE 446-6975
lY tr S 1985 Drew St. Pfc.446-IW I
COL HMU n S ooe.a.w.v. a reported that plans have been fe MUTUAL FUNDS .
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: # completed for the annual par- STOCKS BONDS'HllHrrrrlrrrllllllllllll"'jj
"'x...- .. _._ ish tria's government has given its
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EASTER EGGS IN ORLANDOMrs. Saturday, April 20, 430-9: p.m. highest civilian honor to the '
president of New York's Ford-
Sidney Ropero (left) makes confetti eggs for at the school grounds on ICth ham University.

children's civic egg hunt, Orlando. She recently received Avenue.A .
Austrian ambassador to the SKYCREST PHARMACY
898-4422 honorary membership for many hours of volunteer supper plate will be served
United States Wilfried Paltzer
AND PICK IT UP work for the Azalea Park Youth Association, a civic for 60 cents. last week gave his country's 1903 DREW STREETFor

body. Mrs. Ropero also gives many services to her Many fun booths will be grand gold badge of honor for Free Delivery Service CALL 446-2520

parish. An association leader Mrs. Leo Loaiza, is pic- featured. merit" to Father Laurence J. 9 A.M.-7 P.M. Emergency Phone 442.2525

2501 9th St. No. tured above. Members wishing to donate McGinley S. J., for his part in

cakes are asked to call Mrs. Fordham's "singular achieve-

MUMFORD :Marge Tucci. FR 2.)815.lrs.; ment" in meeting two of Amer. CLARK'SGULFSERVICE

Louis Ziegler is general chair ica's post war needs: growth to
Residential l Remodeling Commercial. rricrttoa Air Conditioning
O Treat rump fs n'- man. The public is invited. serve the "unprecedented num e I)

Cod l". -d Appliance Mrs. Paul Bergman reported bers" seeking higher education, HERCULES & DREW
':I-th. sa. south!
LANDT POWELLGENERAL 13,3o'Day VhVDFH that 25 comfort bags: would be and high quality in educationto PHONE 446-3710

..1.UI7 Mte >t3ItlIf made by the circles and sent meet the "staggering problems

to the Veterans Hospital at of our times."

CONTRACTORSFree and when you buy please Lake City. This is an annual Father JIcGinley noted Your One-Stop Service For AH Lawn And Garden Supplies

Estimates No Obligation buy from a Florida Catholic project of the Woman's Club.A that Austria has keen a battlefield SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY
4645 9th Street, North mother-daughter breakfastwill
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advertiser be held on May 5 followingthe FERTILIZERS, INSECTICIDES, SEEDS & PLANTS

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STREET cle is in charge of making the has come to be the teacher of
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Comment Naturally Gives Reds Push 'Peace' io Conquer World

Privileged Unity in Love for peace are so Those who have followedthis The great example given by

I Devotion Knows No Season HOPES that we all rejoiced column know that Khrush- Hall of "a decisive 'victory for

( ''I THY should sex pleasure be limited to marriage? at the assurance of chev announced long ago that peaceful coexistence" is Cuba.

huge throngs which attended :Mass we would not have life in us. Those who VY People should simply behave naturally." American world supremacy in "peaceful coexistence" was a He said: "Here, the policy of
THE of the class war. They coexistence met the
Easter Sunday may have been a receive Our Lord only once or twice a year, Never handle this as an abstract question. The ques- the military- "World
appreciate that the test in the sharpest possible
for but for the they fulfilling the letter of tioner of course be a mere amorist com
stirring sight some, parish although are may, plex. The result Marxist Review" has been form. The question of- class
Priest they were sad reminders of the tremendous the law, place themselves in great jeopardy given to grabbing pleasure where he can, SovietRussia drumming this into Red ears struggle the struggle to pre-

numbers of Catholicshe spiritually. with love no more involved than in any
fallen-away I' the secretary for many months. vent a nuclear world war, the
has in his parish. There is a way to stop the leakage from J :- other form of gluttony. But he-or someone of de- But this is the first time struggle against imperialismfor

There are many jokes made about the the Church and reclaim those who have a. listening to your dialogue-may very fense said will that the communist party of national liberation, the

Christmas and Easter Catholic-but mor- drifted away from the practice of the .I% well be torn by a conflict of loves, or by be unable towage \ A the United States has daredto struggle for socialism all were

tal sin is no joke. Catholics who deliberately Faith. Regular reception of the sacramentsis ...- love in conflict with duty. Never try mere- a major) define it thus properly. at stake."

miss Sunday :Mass are guilty of mortal the surest way to insure a strong faith. '- ly to silence your questioner or score off war against us That signifies only one thing, Thereupon he asks: "" hat

sin. If they die in this state they are The primary goal of our Holy Name Societies him. He may need help. Let us begin during thisg that the comrades are now was the outcome of this crucialtest

doomed to an eternity in Hell. and our Diocesan Council of Catholic with the word "naturally." Earlier we e n era ion. prepared to wage many "warsof ?"

It i is not our prerogative to judge our Women is to promote monthly Holy Communion have discussed God's law on sex; later we Such good national liberation" in the Answering he shows that

neighbors individually but it is very evident on the part of our men and women. shall discuss. Freud's theories. Here we news was followed by the UN Western hemisphere out of the "Cuba was not invaded, and

that collectively we are confrontedwith Our Fishers program for the Diocese simply ask what nature means by.sex: why are the sexual economic report that the Euro- drugged condition they will socialism was not destroyed. In
soviet bloc had apparently in our national think
sad situation. A Priest has set its those lost pean produce the Caribbean, the policy of
a spends many sights on reclaiming there at all? _
powers _mon___n to__ *n,_?_ in___ their teens._ and failed to achieve its planned ing by "peaceful coexistence." coexistence becamethe
months hi for bap- sheep who have left the household of the there peaceful
preparing one person About the answer can Hall
by some never outgrown-that economic uptake. Thoughtfulmen So it is that of victory."
tism. When he stands in the pulpit on Faith.Our be hardly a second's pause. chastity indicates a lack of virility were quickly brought to boldly asked the question policy

Easter Sunday he realizes that in his entire Lord entrusted the entire world to Just as the lungs are meant for that there is something time however, by the issuanceof "Is the concept of peaceful And so it is that in Cuba to-

Priesthood he will not have as many con- a few Apostles and disciples. Certainlywith breathing sex is meant for the masterful In having lust con Gus Hall's vital directive coexistence compatible with I day as the careful commentator l

verts as there were lapsed Catholics in at- the number of active Catholic men production of children.If tinually urgent. Illusion it is. booklet. Comrade Hall is Mos the marxist concepts 0 f the Roscoe Drummond bitterly
1 r
complains on April we
tendance at Mass on that day. and women in our parishes we should be nature had not meant: The craving grows stronger cow's head man here being class struggle, imperialism, the not to
have not only agreed
Even the number which receives Holy able to bring back the lapsed Catholics to humans to breathe they would but strong cravings do not general secretary of the com ,struggle for national liberation
but actually
invade are pro-
Communion on Easter brings home a sad their Father's House. not have lungs; if nature had mean strong men-they eat into munist party. and the concept that socialism Castro. Drummond adds
not meant them to have chil- strength. There is no doubt that his and communism will bet h e tecting
point There are many people who are Maybe some day as a result 0 f our sarcastically that if official
dren, they would not have the There is no more virility in pamphlet's contents widely next stage of history?"
starving spiritually. Our Lord said unlesswe Fishers program, Easter Sunday will not Washington "is convinced that
highly complex, highly special being barely able to last from distributed in April will be His answer is sharp and
eat of His Flesh and drink of His Blood be the exception but the rule.I the Cuban refugees are doingit
ized, machinery of sex. Not one girl to the next than from made known by gossip in New clear: 'The world marxists, including
then it should 1 be
every use of sex in marriage one cigarette to the next-fun, York's leading night clubs ourselves hold that the wrong *
Father JohnJ. CastelotLord's need be aimed at producing a perhaps but not virile. There Hollywood circles and "cafesociety" policy of peaceful coexistenceis helping them to do it right.

child-we shall discuss this comes a prowling restlessness everywhere. E v e n- compatible with and facilitates We know further from an

I later. But "naturally" is hard- which is at the opposite pole tually its influence will break the class struggle the end obscure paragraph in Moscow

Dwelling Place Given Honor ly the word for the willed exclusion from virility. out into the editorials and of colonialism, and the emer. dispatch to the. New York
of all relation to chil In Times of April 1 that Soviet
There is no mastery news dispatches of many of gence of world socialism.

Ark of the Covenant. likelihood sung on the anniversary dwell symbolically in the dren.The being mastered no maturityin our great newspapers. The comrades are then told Russia is using Red Yugoslaviato

THE the symbol of God's of this significant event. midst of His 1t"OIItand anyone frustration of natureis being unable to say No. What is thfc publication's again that "the world marxist reestablish good pro-Red relations -

presence among His people. It The three stanzas of which it who entered His sacred not natural. The promiscuous, of course, title, so extensively"- advertised movement. has developed policies in the Middle East.

was a chest of acacia wood con is composed seem at first sightto dwelling had to take care Because children are born are retarded types; their development by the communists? and tactics based on an "Peaceful coexistence" has!

taming I the be quite different from one that lie was worthy to do so. fragile and helpless, they needto has been arrested.But It is a monotonous one but assessment of the balance of induced us to throw away three

stone tabletson another. And so those who are taking be cared for and brought to short of that sunken level strangely one that has caughtus forces in the present-day billion dollars on this s a In e

which the The first ((1-2)) celebrates place in this commemorative maturity within a stable and what of the occasional pre- up from 1933 on, making us world." treacherous Red Yugoslavia.

Law was inscribed God's supreme dominion over 'procession and are singing this permanent structure of life. marital or extramarital affair? lose the advantage of our military These are tactics o f the Teaceful coexistence-

After !S His creation; the second ((3-6)) J most appropriate psalm are reminded There must be a permanent Is it not prudish and puritanical and economic strength. It class war and will lead to viet tyle, is not peace.It .

the Israelites discusses the moral purity required J in its second stanza of union between the man and to veto these absolutely? is: "The Only Choice-Peaceful socialism. Centered around for
death eventually
came into of one who would stand 1 the moral dispositions required woman who produce them. God's law leaves no doubt. Coexistence." "peaceful) coexistence" theyare spells

Canaan at the in the divine presence; and the j of them ((3-6)). Where there Is no such perma- But, once again, let us lookat We shall plunge at once into "the up-to-date blueprintfor all those who stand for free

end of their '.-,. third ((7.10)) finally dramatizesthe Finally in the third stanza, nent union, sex can be used people as we find them.In the heart of comrade Hall's victory over capitalism." dom.

long trek from entrance of the Ark into 1 the actual entry of Yahweh only in total separation from marriage there Is a unityof matter. That center of his They are the "short-cut to It is to be hoped t that some

Sinai, the Ark Jerusalem. But really, they are j into the Holy City-or into the the having and rearing of chil- shared lives joys, sorrows, thought is presented on page complete socialist victory," he fine day official Washington

was kept i n bound together by a strong 'rem pie-is dramatized. dren, with total ignoring there- difficulties, problems, fatigues, 25 in the section headed: says, for'as you can see they will explain by proclamation,

various places until David cap inner unity: the theme of the The verses seem to have been fore of cex's: reason for exist exaltations; the act arises naturally "Peaceful Coexistence Facilitates make us Americans accept the "Aesopian language"/(of which

tured Jerusalem and made it Temple as Yahweh's dwelling !sung alternately by the mem- ence. as the expression of that Victories in Class line which undermines our this is a striking example) to

the political and religious cen. 1:jers of the procession and by The young of both sexes may unity draws richness from it, Struggle." own country. the American people.

ter of the realm. place.The first! !stanza gives usa i choir within the gates. The feel that to be asked to wait for and enriches it in return.

One of the zealous j former ask poetically that the marriage before having unionis But in the unmarried thereis
king'sfirst deep insight i into the theology Vatican Comment
acts was to bring the Ark : of the Temple. I;ates be enlarged to enable the not only to be cheated of no such sharing of life. .

into his capital, where he had ]dng of glory to pass through.The something rich and satisfying There may be a shared interestin
tent to Unlike their pagan neighbors latter demand to know but also to be held back from art or music, say-or no Father Stresses Human
prepared a special DignityTAKING
the Israelites did not believe Holy
shelter It. 1 he: identity of the king, and growing up. Yet in literal truth more than a shared desire for -
that their God actually
1 this gives the former group sex union is possible only the act. But there is no shared
This transfer was the occasion dwelt in the Temple They belleved note of communist of the papal encyclical, Vatican
interpretations peace
1 the opportunity to chant the where there is a permanent re- life together for the act to express -
of a joyous triumphal procession that He manifested His ]praises of the LORD who has lation of one man to one or enrich. has issued a reminder that the core of the document is its insistence on human -
It i is described In 2
; there in a special
presence led His people to victory It nothing but Itself freedom and dignity
: woman. expresses
Samuel (Kinjjs) 6, 12-18. but they knew at the same in the encyclical was characteristic : -compromise with error is admissible
way, Who is this king of glory? For it is a union of persons, and has no issue beyond rather than its plea for ne- but loyalty to the
be of the entire reign of ,
with that He never
Later Solomon time
king I I The LORD strong and mighty, of personalities, of lives to- _Uself. And it simply Is not gotiations."The .
][Pope John XXIII. principles of nat ral..law, respect -
even greater solemnity transferred -circumscribed by narrow
the LORD mighty in battle. gether. enough. It flickers and dies.It communist press underlined for the social teaching of
Its editorlaistated that the
into the
the Ark limits.
Holyof This psalm Is a fruitful The bodily act can be a may have been entered In- with particular insistencethe the Church and acceptance of
Holies of the newly con The first verses voice this source of meditation for us superb expression of this and to solely because the body call for the settlement of Pontiff ffpenkft( of a true peace directives of the hierarchyleave

structed Temple.It conviction: Catholics.For bring enrichment to it, but is would not be denied; it may, controversy through meetingsand "in truth justice!' charity and many roads pen to the

N the entry of Yahweh The LORD'S are the earth He "through whom all only a shadow apart from It. most piteously have been negotiations, the exhorta- liberty,** not of "an ephemeral collaboration of Catholics with

Into the Holy City which is and its fullness; the world and things were made" actually By itself the act can be enjoy- clutched at for relief in the des tions to overcome racial and propagandistic verbal all people who have a sincere

the dominant theme of Psalm those who dwell in it. For he dwells on our altars, not just able but is not enriching and olation of a marriage from ideological barriers, the pro- unilateral peace." intention of removing the pos-

23. founded it upon the seas and symbolically but in the fulness! maturing. which the love has drained out. posals for general disarmament "The Pope does not offer 11- sibilities of conflicts,.of building

This Is a triumphant proccs. established It upon the waters. of His divinity and glorified There is an illusion-com- It is still only a shadow. ," observed the Vatican's lusions but. the principles of peace and promoting the progress .

sional hymn which was in all l Still He did condescend to humanity. broadcast. his teachings are well founded" of humanity."

"Doubtlessly these subjects j it continued.
It stated that the kind of
Question BoxAngels Father Leo J. Trese constitute an Important part of Vatican Radio said the encyclical peace railed for by Pope.John'II

the encyclical, but they do not I is typical of the Pope and encyclical I does! not
I exhaust its contents" the commentator I"evidence of the conscious dar
Charged with our Protection Thank God Often for. Our continued. ing of a person who, strengthened "allow The peace for equivocations.proposed by the

"The central nucleus of the I by his faith, by virtue of
Pontiff it said, "is not the
Basic Gift of True FaithIF 1 unfailing Divine Providence,
Q. In a family discussionlast created before man, because we an article of faith, and there- encyclical-from which derive peace of the unfair domination

week, the subject of find them already distinguishedas fore Catholics are bound to believe ask "What is most all its directives about the :.believes and trusts in the goodwill of usurped power, of threats of
someone were precious
you, of men even though it
and may
nature of
significance public -
and fallen in their existence. terror.
angels came up.'ould you good angels angelsby
? would answer without a moment's 1 be frail.
possession ,
tell us when the angels were the time of man's first appearance Guardian angels have been power, about the relations "It is a peace in freedom a
hesitation "My Catholic faith? That should be your between communitiesand The broadcast called the
political which no one
created, how do we know on earth. appointed as the guides and ........... peace humiiiatps
they exist, and whether each As to how we know that protectors of men. "He hathgiven tuiawer.Nothing-. every other facet of human about the national com I encyclical "an act of faith capable and leaves to each nation .
that you have-family munity-is constituted by the of releasing enthusiasm its des.
the responsibility for
person has his own guardian exist it is established angels charge over knowledge and experience
angels firmly
friends health or material dignity of the human being, his j dissipating uncertainties and
thee in tiny.
angel? in Scripture as well as thee, to keep thy .faith would be no problem. In
The belief is possessions-can compare in rights his duties" the broadcast :fears, and stimulating a vast "It Is a peace which eliminates .
A. It is a matter of faith that in Christian tradition. For example ways. common fact, faith would not even exist. stressed. ,and fruitful .
value even faintly, with your solidarity striving obstacle and
that holds that every every
guardian angel
In of Job its definition faith
the book
angels began with time and we By very
is to all religious faith. The Vatican City daily, 1 toward mutual positive and limitation to the growth of men
given men.
were created by God. Like all read "When the morning stars In belief in divine truths on .
is noble
Faith the J objecth'es.Vatican
L'Osserratore! Romano, commented for whom God Himself con-
other creatures angels were praised me together and all the St. Anselm said, "Every soul the authority of God Who has
very founda. that the theme of peace Radio said that "no sidered it an honor to die."
created by God out of nothing. sons of God made joyful mel is committed to an angel whenit .- tion of your made those truths known to
living is united with the body." ,- I
ody. These "sons of God
Many theologians believe spiritual II f e. : ;
witnesses of the material Other great teachers i nth e % us.If Washington Letter i 0'
that the angels probably were (-i_ It is faith the truths were demonstrable
created before the material universe, were angels. Church think that we are givena which Is your such as the truth that a .

world. They were certainly The Church has declared It guardian angel at birth. ? passport to straight line'is the shortest distance .
Greed Fosters Crime FBI
Of course, there are things heaen.Vlth.. between two points, there SaysA

which we do not know about out faith, right would be no need to invoke the

TRANCE BUT TRUE angels. and wrong are authority of God. There wouldbe WARNING against "greed for sudden wealth" wag sounded here by a public officiaL -

) Little-Known Facts for What we do know howeveris ,,,. empty words.WFVr.J no need for faith; no meritin While the official spoke with reference to only a particular field in whichhe

0ItJ'ftId. UII 1f.C.W.a.s........... that they do have influenceon Morality is a it and no reward for it. is immediately: interested, his warning has diverse and wide ramifications.
By M. ,I.MURRAYSTFRAMd men. matter of convenience. Suffer- We expect, then, that we are Tne official Is J. Edgar
The good angels are helpingus ing Is an unmitigated disaster. going to meet with temptations Hoover, who said "the lust for same locality, stiff sentences with moral decadence," and
to reach heaven. The bad handed down to apprehended asserts that, if left uncurbed
\> faith.
Self-sacrifice is stupid, and against our quick money is a motivating "
iiai angels. the devils are bent on whole-hearted selfishness Is However it Is important that factor in the alarming rise in robbers go "almost unnoticed. can be a serious obsession.

: bringing about our destruction.We the most sensible course for a we do not increase our temptations one of the nation's most violent He urged that "the false impression .

can't afford to forget either.Q. man to pursue. by courting unnecessary crimes-bank robbery." He re- of quick profits to be

\ <*&& &* upper Is it allowed to listen to We who have been Catholics hazards. Unwise reading, for ported that there were 1250 gained from preying on bank-

\puttflAKe from infancy tend to under- example, easily could pose a violations of the federal bank Ing institutions" be exposed.Mr. .

radio programs or spiritual appreciate our faith. threat to our faith.If robbery law last year a 30 per Hoover said, as an under-

freczrr. jMD&ULtS talks by representatives of Never having known what it we deliberately expose our- cent increase over 1961. statement of a sort that the Catholic

other creeds? is to live without religious con- selves to very much of confused The FBI director stressedthe "imbalance" in publicity between

A. A Catholic cannot sanctionany victions, we take our faith for authors high-level sniping the fact that more and more the commission of bank

religious function organized granted.We day may come when it is too bank robberies are being per. robberies and the punishments r..bl1.h eery Friday
.KWtJWI.Af ONE ormeMOST independently of the authority petrated "by rank amateurs, handed out for them "could be
7J.lr. CJ.lRIn". do not thank God often late to run for cover. FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS Inc.
liMO wrCPS VWC104T OF of Christ. Thus his I enough for this most basic WTe may find that our faith individuals with no previous very deceptive" to some per- r.O. HOE 3551 C.Ardtm LSISa
;4 j. mSH participation in non-Catholic is shattered and that we can- criminal records." "Obviously." sons contemplating such pur U: Eait Colonial Drift. Orlaade
In U.S.A.
Subscription and
TUISKtMAftXASLC INN SIGHS worship Is out of the question.If gift.We do not often enough for- not put the pieces back to- he added, "these persons for suits. S f.OO v er year; other countries Canada.

4f4Ii 1 is -roeIAM3 as Catholics believe, Christ tify our belief by making con gether again. This is the more various reasons, are obsessed The FBI director did not 1500.
CRUCtF\\\.-SeALl' ; t/ii .CROSS, established the Catholic Churchto scious acts of faith. We even likely to happen if we neglectto with the desire for large sums make this point, but it seems of The Florida Catholic II a member
the Catholic Association
wmcM: SHOWS Frees :
srMJns 1M '1Mt 7K I THE: teach, sanctify and guideus may grow careless in protecting seek the answers to our dif of money quickly? entirely likely that "the lust and the National Catholic Welfare
Osi1.t at -:-. t AGNUS DCLfAYER. then those separated from our faith and may exposeit ficulties. If we but have the Mr. Hooter said bank robbers for quick money" is also stimu- Conference New Service. Bogneg-

) ,. A WOCKCIOH BEAR? A BUST or MANYUKVIVC His true Church cannot have to unnecessary dangers. humility to ask any Priest "are virtually doomed lated in other ways than by and. Entered llartln publishers aa second representative. class mall

RTWPl.ACC. r IHC STJOHri swis THE SIDE EVANGtUST ID THE: GERMAN; FOM sor $ His unerring teaching and sure Ours Is a limited and imperfect easily can puncture the sophistries to failure;" that "thooeho' reports of bank robberies.It May 1. IJil. at Orlando. Florida.

XAVlfR. t>*4 0* BACK,J tWLY AGAlrJ.fou' THr riMte L4K(5/A/cr WAr TO Z)AY THIS. guidance, no matter how sin intelligence, trying to cope which trouble us. manage to escape from the might also be inflamed by u&der the Act of March >. 1171.

I I.- CPAlN, THX ThW CtitZdbW 1JEtM ifff 73, cere they may be. with the limitless depths of Of this we can be certain scene seldom remain at large the daily and widespread reports -

,4ND YWh')'IAR TKF TIMS.BUS siNcz/nO O/IWwtD. To listen to such programs God. An ant, if it had a mind a faith cherished: trill never long enough to enjoy the of large and quick profits
Slur) FoR THE FiRST "
and talks is, therefore not to could more easily understand b. lost. fruits of their crimes." made from pursuits that are Father Vincent F.. !Smith
Executive Editor
be recommended, since it would the world of humans than we It is only our own neglect, But he added. "few "begin legal but where today every- Editors: MU. Ja.. QuUJlarlK .
place you in a circumstance in humans can understand the infinite our own needless exposure to ners': are fully aware of this," thing is "big" the ideas, the A. IlellvlrJ .

which you could easily become reaches of God. peril our own Intellectual prideor and he thought it bad that enterprises the daring. ..rph A. Ke.!.rAdtertUinc '

confused and perhaps entirely If religious belief were a our own abuse of grace bank hold-ups frequently receive Anyway, Mr. Hoover sees fit Manarer

tr HAS suM" ESTIMATED THAT Kit MEAD or POPULATlON.ROMC misled. Faith is too importanta body of self-evident truths always which can rob us of this price- "widespread, sensational to warn against "greed"; saysit Friday, April 19, 1963CathoUc
.HA* sue TIMES AS HAHCKUftgHtS A* MOST OTMtft. QTlCS gift to place it in jeopardy. in plain harmony with less gift. publicity," while, even Urthe is "a weakness closely I allied
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 19, 1963 Page Five

ORLANDO Bishops Asked to Uphold Decree Qf ,-
wwti Help Rain Fall Is ORLANDO

Trent Council Aiding Seminaries : ] Request Pope WINTER| PARK

BARNES *i KL DEXTHM, Mexico (XC) .
VATICAN CITY (NC-The sacred of ninaries and universities has I'tr'-
DRAPKRY: AND! congregation sei) I -The chief of this drought- PAQUETTE MOTORS
FLOOR appealed to Bishops through out the world to make that the ecumenical council
I C\ } IUNG, Inc. sure i T" tricken; Indian town has writ. AUTHOKIZKD DKALKK

FRKE ESTIMATES preserves the traditional ten to Pope John XXIII asking Hawk KnxlUh F.rd Larkstud.baLer
manes "the culmination of the cil "cannot avoid," it said earlier -'
2008 N. place of seminaries for him to for rain. Truck
; Orange Ave., Orlando pray
history of ecclesiastical .train "making most careful I GArden 5-187 training Priests. Baldomiro Hernandez said: Cer. Church &; 8. Or. Ultra. Tr,
'I ing and its most perfect form. provision for these sacred _
The appeal was made in the "Holy Father Pope John GA 3-1653
It said also -
: training places of youth
course of a circular letter sent % wt XXIII we have learned that
"The seminary therefore embraces whose work it is to, instructand
to all Bishops recalling that you were a peasant like us.
our apostolic hopes, and prepare those ,who by -
next July 15 will _ from
mark the \Ve greet you our
DIAPER it constitutes the sure pledge of divine mandate are to be the f'r Children'sClothes
S' 400th anniversary of the establishment heart and hope yon will help
the future progress of the salt of the earth and the lightof
i "2 SERVICE of seminaries by the Church, the unshaken fortress the, world." -1 us 'with jour prayers that it Line
Council of Trent. It said that in our lands and
2)00 C, ROIINSOH, AVtcvm and strong) remedy against its After noting that "the Priesthood -I nIa3rain
I the event would be observed in that \\e may plant and work. Finest in ClothingFor
foes, the.firm. hope for the salvation ] 'is by divine institution
I S. mint LLICIAYeI'v train TISTEDHI m wmitur jurratrnetIAMIk : Rome with a special celebra. of :souls, the cornerstone i j the royal road by which the "",'e also know that you Girls & Boys
S UIV'I MULTI tUMIUfSJ I CWOKTSAHIUIY tion "to which delegates from whole wrote a letter asking all !!O!'. Kd: **..trr Dr. C.I 4-77S8
BtOROIl/EO DIAPU f A1U of our structure. i fruits of the Redemption cometo
.. tOil MMH.AI MEW STYltB lADY HA&AIiKC Oimi among the young clerics of "If then! following the practice i men.' .. S it' said that "its ,_ wealthy peoples to help our .

JJiaparene.HIUII every nation will be invited." of Trent, we shall take The congregation's letter Is '? in Heaven will reward the
422-1177 ?
special of seminaries and fl
care our ; continuing the unique, Sterling Rosaries
signed by Giuseppe Cardinal with all solicitude and zeal, we :Priesthood of Christ, elevate I- American people who give us Next Publt300
Plzzardo, its prefect and Arch food, for all that they are doing to \
I *.tunt snr/ei wowT/rr AK'. shall know that we have done :Priests higher than the angels : Edjjcwatrr) Drhe
bishop Dino Staffa the secre our first and chief pastoral i themselves and make them for us."But.

tary. Dated February 22, it has duty." i true mediators between God PROPOSED SEMINARY NAMED FOR PONTIFF we are asking for waterto GRAY'S JEWELRY

OFFICE SUPPLIES just been made public. The Second Vatican Coun- ;and men." Pope John XXILI inspects model of the John XXIII drink and irrigate our landso

FINE WHITING The letter recalled the Seminary being built in Sotto II :Monte, Italy, by the we can raise cattle and

PAPEKB ALL -ARTISTS OFFICE SITPLIES EQUIPMENT judgment given the seminary Father John A. O'Brien Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions. To be erected have meat to eat. Without WATCH REPAIR

CAREFULLY 8KLECTED GIFTS decree a century afterwardby on the Pontiff's ancestral grounds adjoining his birth- water we cannot work. JEWELRY REPAIRENGRAVING

SCHOOL GKEKTI.NG 8UPPLIK8 CARDS Cardinal Pallavicino, a place, the! land was donated to the society by the Holy "I am the representative of
major historian of the Coun. Priest Relates Own SearchTo this district of El Dexthli and
BRADFORDSStationers. Father who purchased the property with his personal
cil of Trent: all of us send you our greet PROMPT SERVICE
funds. With the the of Sotto II Monte
Pope are
"Even If the council had Other mayor ings. Bless us and pray to God DIAMOND SPECIALISTS
Inc. Inspire Enquirers and Father Francis Frumento PIME .
I achieved nothing else, this one procurator. for our Mexico, which is Chris TERMS TO SUIT

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bitterly anti-Catholic and I was *, which I devoured. the council Fathers by Pope will be presented to the council WATKilS

17-92 TE 8.2018 reared In this tradition. Grand "This clearly shows the John XXIII last December 5. in their present form.

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parts of the United States. But' only 'did Christ institute the pastoral and ecumenical spirit. The commission for Religious We have a home designed for jour family

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tection. .
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Pave Sit The Florida Catholic
Friday, April 19,1963 I

Requiem OfferedU.'S. African Prelate CommentsOn I\ Mass Guide \

+ K rt e. Expected Mission Growth SUNDAY, April: 21

Priest Once
(Mass of Low Sunday, Gloria,

Y ROME (NC-A leading African Archbishop has stated Creed Preface of Easter).

General of Dominicans, DiesNEW that the Church "has a period of 10 to 15 years during Ioxn.\y, April 22

which Black Africa is well disposed to Christianity." Arch- hts. Soter and Tains. (Ma:*** of

YORK (NC-Solemn Requiem Mass for Father bishop Jean Zoa of Yaounde, Cameroons, said it would be Supremo Pontiffs Gloria,
Terence Stephen McDermott O.P., only American ever to "very sad" if Catholics do not make a very special effort Prcfaee of Raster: ).

be_ international_ -- -head. of the Order of Preachers, was offered during this period. TUESDAY: April :23

on April 8 in St. Vincent i Speaking at a press confer- trntion of the world to the St. Ceor;:e. Mass!' of preceding

Ferrer church here. Emmanuel Suarez' O.P., and until ir a A a ;' ence on the relation of the mission which the Church Sunday, Gloria 2nd
Father McDermott died on the election of a new master d.w. {i Second Vatican
Council and prayer of St. George Prefaceof
Ab has-that i is! that it is! the e\:
April 5 in Lenox Hill Hospital.He general. t the missions, the 3. 'ear-old tension of the .o.h'iC1c.nill of Ester or Mass of Martyrin

was 76. From 1930 to 1955; Father Archbishop: said that in the Christ! Who came to save all Pa-chaltlme, Gloria, Preface -

From July, 1954, to April, McDermott also was provincial next 10 to 13 years, Christianitycan men. of Easter).
in.! )3, Fath McDermott:: was of the DominicunV: St. { find fertile fields in Africa
April 21St.
vicar general of the Dominicans "All members of the Mystical
Joseph Province which at because Africans
are today receptive Fidelio of Sigmaringa.
S/ Body of Christ: must: seek the
and in that post was in- one time covered thet> Western ideas
and (Mass of Martyr in Pa chal-
terim head of the world-wide United States east of the a extension of the Mystical Bodyin
Christianity can be incorporated time, Gloria, Preface of
order. He served In this capac- Rockies. the whole world and thus
into the development 0 f
Easter: ).
ity following the death in ant Born in Eagle Grove, Iowa, r : African nations. Later as the all must bo concerned with the THrUSH.)1nl 25

automobile accident of the Dominican on March 14, 1887, Father McDermott : "s # nations become more developed missionary activity of the )
St. )Mark evangelist. (Mass!
master general, Father studied at the Catholic it is Church. he emphasized.
possible they would
I of St. Mark :2nd prayer ofJtoJltion
University of America and the : not be so well disposed, he Archbishop Zoa said that the Day, Creed, Preface
Dominican house of studies in said. ecumenical problem is even

o; l1iS ;aU1ZtKsljvnse Washington and Providence .5 a t o y "The Church cannot be call more acute in missionary" areas FRIDAY Apostles., April). '::6 .

A, II. Craig Rondal L. Bennett College. ed Catholic if it does not stressas than in Europe or America. Sts. Cletu and Marrellinu

.Ambulance Service He was an Army chaplain its principal point the com Rival Christian sects are a ( Iaoof: Supreme Pontiffs,

VA 4-1673 during the First World War mand of Christ to go forth and "great scandal" within the Gloria, Preface of Easter).

ST. AUGUSTINE and later held pastorates in teach all nations," ArchbishopZoa pagan society, he said, and S.TCJtU.pril 27

Kansas City and New York. He declared. therefore, missionaries feel
St. Peter Canl lu (Macs ofa
was prior of the house of stud-j..S And the Vatican council can greatly the need for the unityof
Doctor, Gloria, Preface of
ies Washington from 1929 aid this Christ.
goal by providing
Easter: !' ).
AMHERSTMONUMENT until being chosen head of the broader forms of help to the The Archbishop stressed that SUNDAY, April( 28

St. Joseph Province in 1930. r kx. mission fields and by makingmore all the Bishops of the world 2nd Sunday after Easter.Mass .

Under Father McDermottthe clear the theologicalbasis united with the Pope, share ( of Sunday, Gloria,
order also its of the for the
expanded i missionary work. "responsibility
& CO. Creed, Preface of Easter).
home mission activities in ; Explaining this latter point, evangelization of all mankind."

INVITES YOUR INQUIRY North and South Carolina and i the African prelate said: "No better opportunity than Opposes Plan

Quality Work Guaranteed Dominican priories were established "The council can call at- the council could exist for reaffirming -
? z TRENTON (NO)-Governor
509 So. Dale Mabry, Tampa or expanded in many ;{. and revitalizing this
Richard J. Hughes of New Jer
parts of the east and midwest. responsibility for the evangeli-
M M Pope's Reception sey has said a proposed program
: : zation of the world shared by
for sterilization at state

' KYLE-McLELLAN INC. Of Haitian Envoy the Holy Father and each mem- expense of women who have

CHAPEL GUARDS ACCESS TO CIIRISTS TOMBA ber in the college of Bishops. illegitimate children would be

FUNERAL DIRECTORS. small vestibule called the Chapel of the Angels guards the entrance to Our Seen Restrained These in turn will inspire: their as immoral as killing the mother

17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVillE Lord's Tomb in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Just through the VATICAN CITY (NO Ina flocks to assume their worldwide or her baby. Governor

l EL 3-3966 Continuous Service Since 1856 passage is the place where Christ was laid in the tomb, and where-three days later ceremony marked by cool missionary responsibilities Hughes, a Catholic, said he

-He rose from the dead. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is a place of special devotion restraint, Pope John XXIII has as members of a universal looks on birth"in the control or sterilization -
as same categoryas
during the Easter season. recently received the creden-
PHONE 8777524A. Church, the Mystical Body of execution as far as the mor-
tials of the new Haitian ambas-
Christ," he concluded. ality of it is concerned.
P. BOZA Cardinal Montini Guides sador to the Holy See, Simon
f RIVERSIDE CHAPEL Milan In Desvarieux. .

3809 N. ARMENIA AVE. The new envoy, presentinghis SCHOOLSSAINT

TAMPA 7, FLORIDA Constructing Many New Churches credentials, expressed his

hopes for the success of his

By Msgr. James I. Tucek mission. Pope John responded
with good wishes "for the beloved SAINT ACADEM'f.SAIXT ,

JOHN S. RHODES JR. XCWC News Service faithful of Haiti elimi- AUGUSTINE, FI lun.U.ld..nt .\

MILAN, Italy-There is a boom of church construction in Milan. When Giovanni nating the customary phraseof and Day School for Girls: Grades 712Aradcniic

FUNERAL DIRECTOR Cardinal, Montini, Archbishop of Milan, took possession of his See in 1955, he said totratnoncs good wishes for the govern- and commercial courses Fully accredited
ro.J.; : Music Art -1)raratles Tennis Swimming

I 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055 I "We must submit to your nal Montini was not speakingin new churches evoked his added ment.This the For further jiarticulars address: Sistrr DirectressROSARIAN
was in
same way
mere terms of numbers, but comment:
consideration the great and which the
of something much greater, "Is a golden century of sacred Pope1'(1'ph.t"d the
urgent problem of new ambassador from the Castro
when he said: ACADEMY
dawning? .
churches for the city of :Milan
Carl 1 T. Bouchard Funeral Home and for the new suburbs whichare "A new and profane mental- Christianity is a living religion. government of Cuba last j car. Resident and day school for girls on "shores of beautiful

rising everywhere with the ity is impressing itself upon Therefore, it does not exclude There has been great friction I..krorth.. Grades one to twehe. Fully accredited. New

557 CLEARWATER-LARGO ROAD-LARGO enormous expansion of the' in- this human mass, where manyno newness, but it orders, creates between the regime of presi- buildings.! AH sports music :.rt. dramatics Directed by

Telephone 584-2119% longer pray, where Chris: ,and inspires. 'Sing to the Lorda dent Francois Duvalier and the Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog: address!' : Registrar,
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE habited This centers. tian doctrine is not taught and new canticle!' Church in Haiti, due to the nos.Ju.XC.JJ<;)n; WEST: PALM UKACH
was not a problem that
had grown up overnight. In the sacraments are not admin- "The Church opens its arms Church's strong stand against
istered."It \oodooism which has political
1930 Milan had to be a and welcomes everything new,
Is a problem public so long as it respects the laws. overtones in the country.
city of wen m"er'a million pop-
inc ulation with only 84 parishes welfare," Cardinal Montini Newness must not be capri- Three Bishops and 20 Priests and day school for girls. Grades one to Twelve. Fully

Atnglon memorial Chapel, 15 of which had more than added. cious, but must be a source of have been forced out of the accredited. Program Includes: college preparatory and general
By 19GO, 5G new churches had responsible creation Cardinal Caribbean nation since 1959.IOsservatore ; .
30,500 souls to care for. Cardi- courses music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy
AMBULANCE SERVICEST. been completed. Of these, 12 Montini concluded.The '!' Romano, the Names. 3319 Bayshore Bouelvard, Tampa, Florida.
PETERSBURG 4825-9th; Ave. Xo. -BEACHES Ph. 3434)123; Armenian PrelateWho are temporary or in prefabricated current slogan Is Vatican City newspaper, gave
CLK\Jt"-\Tlt-L.\ltGO GULF
structures. Eight are "Churches of the Council" and
only treatment to the
11390Alt.. 19 Ph. 3914)111 584-7C11
Served In chapels in apartment buildings. calls for 22 churches, one to ceremony, publishing an unusually SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN

U.S. Dies in Rome Many of the large coopera- commemorate each of the ec- short biography of the BEACH

tive apartment houses going up umenical councils in the 57-year-old envoy and a picture Resident and day school for girls-grades one through six.
ROME (XC) Bishop Lorenz in Milan now include in thearchitect's Church's history. This will him Extensive in and
Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc. showing with a Vatican grounds a hilly picturesque region. Large swim-
Kogy, 68, who served an Ar- plans a central bring the total of new churchesto official rather than with the ming pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art,

AMBULANCE SERVICEThe menian parish in the United chapel to serve all the tenants. 82. Pope.f dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint

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Finest Service Available Regardless of Your MeansT. being named to an episcopal divided among the tenants, ('O SLJVT: THIS LIST before Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen Beach.

position in Lebanon, died i at maintenance of the chapel is Legion 0 Decency going to the th atre. Films
R. Downs President D. W. Ford, L.F.D. the Armenian College here. included. rated morally, unobjectionable
are published; in the second
Bishop Kogy was born in the Considering that almost the
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Pacem in Terris Encc&ipEeads: Understanding


To Our Venerable Brothers family, with equal rights and spending superiority complex tltely mOTe men to promotethe

duties for man and woman, and Pope John XXIII. dated the which had Its roots in social common good of all.

the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, also the right to follow a vocation encyclical "Pacem In Terris"Peace x+y1 economic privileges, ,sex or political Even if it did so move them,

to the priesthood or the Earth standing.On this would be altogether opposed
Bishops and other local Ordinaries .( on ) on Holy
religious life. ((12)) Thursday, .April II, 1963. This -,..:-: the contrary, the conviction to their dignity as men

in Peace and Communionwith The family, grounded on Jilnglfch translation, released by' that all men are equal by endowed with reason and free

the Apostolic See marriage freely contracted, 'the Vatican, Press Office, will reason of their natural dignityhas will.Since
monogamous and indissoluble, be continued in THE FLORIDA been generally accepted. authority is chiefly

To the Clergy and Faithful is and must be considered the CATHOLIC. This week, we are ....... Hence racial discrimination concerned with moral force, it

first and essential cell pf human pleased to publish the Introduction can in no way be justified, at follows that civil authoritymust
; .1; of the whole World and of., ,
society. To it must be *, Part. I, Part II and a portion least doctrinally or in theory appeal primarily to the
given consideration of '. And this is of fundamental importance conscience of individual citizens -
To all Men of Good Will every of I'art III, of the Holy 4l ;
an economic, social, cultural Father's gift to mankind of a ; ..: ____ and significance for that is to each one's dutyto

.. ;; ;: Pope John XXIII and moral nature which will new-blueprint: for peace. NCWGj ;. tii i. s' the formation of human society collaborate readily for the

strengthen its stability and News Service is our source of ,according to those principles common good of all. Since by

facilitate the fulfillment of its this text.: ', khf1 --- ___ which We have outlined above. nature all men are equal in
Venerable Brothers specific mission. For, if a man becomes conscious human dignity, it follows that

'and Beloved Children Parents, however, have a of his rights, he must become no one may be coerced to per

prior right in the support and from being an object, and, as it equally aware of his form interior acts. That Is in

Health and Apostolic Benediction. education of their children. ((13)) were, a merely passive elementin duties. the power of God alone, who

the social order, is in fact, Thus he who possesses certain sees and judges the hid len designs
INTRODUCTIONOrder must lay down as a foundationthis Economic Rights must be and must continue to rights has likewise the of men's hearts.

principle, namely, that Human beings have the nat be, its subject, its foundationand duty to claim those rights as Those, therefore, who have

in the Universe every human being is a person, ural right to free initiative in its'end." ((23)) marks of his dignity, while all authority in the State may

on earth, which men that is, his nature is endowed the economic field and the rightto The human person is also en others have the obligation to oblige men in conscience onlyif

PEACE era have most with intelligence and free will. work. ((14)Indissolubly) titled,-to a juridical! protection, / acknowledge those rights and their authority is intrinsically -

eagerly yearned for, can he By virtue of this, he has linked with of his rights, a protection thai respect them. related with the authorityof

firmly established only if the rights and duties of his own, those rights is the right to should be efficacious, impartialand \. / When the relations of human God and shares in it. ((32))

order laid down' by God is flowing directly and simultaneously working conditions in which inspired by the true norm / society are expressed in terms By this principle the dignityof

dutifully observed. from his very nature, physical health is not endan. of justice.As ( of rights and duties, men become the citizens is protected.

The progress of learning and which are therefore universal, gered, morals are safeguardedand 'Our predecessor Pius XII conscious of spiritual values When, in fact, men obey their

the Inventions of technology inviolable and inalienable. ((7)) young people's normal development teaches: ,. and understand the meaning rulers, it is not at all as men

that If we look upon the dignityof is not impaired. hat that obey them. Through
clearly show both in living "T perpetual privilege I and significance of truth, they
things and in the forces of the human person in the Women have the right to work proper to man, by which every U justice, charity and freedom. their obedience It Is God, the

nature, an astonishing order light of divinely revealed truth, ing conditions in accordancewith individual has a claim to the 'I,. They become deeply aware that provident Creator of all things,

reigns, and they also bear wit. we cannot help but esteem it their requirements and protection of his rights, and by e they belong to this world of whom they reverence, since He

ness to the greatness of man, far more highly. For men are their duties as wives and moth which there is assigned to eacha values. has decreed that men's dealings

who can understand that order redeemed by the blood of Jesus ers. (15)From definite and particular sphere : Moreover, when moved by with one another should be

and create suitable instrumentsto Christ. They are by grace the the dignity jf the human of rights, immune from all arbitrary such concerns, they are brought regulated by an order which

harness those; forces of na children and friends of God and person there also arises attacks, is the logical con- to a better knowledge of the lie Himself) has established.

ture and-use them to his bene heirs of eternal glory.Riahts the right to carry on economic sequence of the order of justice ,,-. true God who is personal and Moreover, in showing this due
(""'I4;: 'A F.A.iI
fit. activities according to the degree willed by God. ((24)) transcendent, and thus they reverence to God, men not
But the progress! of science'! -- :;;}' of responsibility of which make the ties that bind themto only do not debase themselvesbut
and the Inventions of tech. The flight to Life and a one is capable. ((16)) DutiesIiights Pope John XXIII is shown as he signed the encyclical, God the solid foundationsand rather perfect and ennoble

the Infinite Worthy Standard of. Furthermore and this I "Pacem et Terris." themselves.For .
nology how above all and Duties Necessarily supreme criterions of their

greatness of God, who Living must" be specially emphasized! Linked in the One moved by force or pressure true God, who is personal and lives, both of that life which "to serve God is to rule."
Beginning our discussion of -there is the right to a
crf'att'tl'the universe and man Person brought to bear on him ex transcends human nature. In- they live interiorly in the ((33))
himself. ; the rights of man, we see that working wage, determined according The natural rights with ternally.For asmuch as God is the first depths of their own souls and] Since the right; to command -

1 He created all things out of every man has the right to life, to (criterion of justice which We have been dealing any human society thatis truth and the highest good, He of that in which they are united I is required by the
- nothing, pouring into them the to bodily integrity, and to the and therefore sufficientin other in moral order and has! It!IIf'iuunr
are' however, inseparably connected established on relations of alone is that deepest source to men society.
_ I abundance of His wisdom and means which are necessary and proportion) to the available in the very person whois force must be regarded as in- from which human society can in God it follow, thatif

goodness, so that the holy suitable for the proper development resources, to give the worker their subject, with just as human, inasmuch as the per draw its vitality, if. that society PART II civil authorities legate!
of life. There are primarily and his family a standard of %
psalmist praises God in these many respective duties. And; sonality of its members is repressed is to be well ordered, beneficialand for or allow anything that is!
food, clothing, shelter, rest, living In keeping) with the Relations between Individuals that order and
words: well duties find contrary to
rights as as restricted, when in in keeping with human
Lord how medical care, and finally the dignity of the human person. and the Public therefore to the will
0 Lord; our glorious their source, their sustenanceand fact they should be provided dignity. ((26)) contrary
is name over all the necessary social services. In this regard, Our predecessor of Cod, neither the laws!! made
your their inviolability v in the with appropriate incentives and As !3t. Thomas Aquinas says: Authorities within a
I Therefore a human being Pius XII said:
:earth. ((1)Elsewhere) natural law which grants or enjoins means for developing and per'fecting "Human reason is the nonp nor the authorizations granted -
also has the right to securityin 'To the personal duty to Single State the consciences -
he says: them. themselves. of the human will, according to can be binding on
_1 "How manifold cases of sickness, inabilityto work imposed by nature, there of the citizens, since
your For example, the right of which its goodness is measured and Divine Origin
work widowhood, old and follows the Social Life in Truth Justice
works, 0 Lord! In wisdom you age corresponds every man to life is correlativewith because reason derives from of Authority "we must obey God rather
unemployment, or in any other natural right of each individualto Charity and FreedomA ; "
have wrought them all. ((2)) than men. ((34))
the duty to preserve ; the eternal law which is the be
L-i. case in which he is deprived of make of his work the meansto is to be society can
also'creati>d in His political society breaks
_ '_ God man his right to a decent standardof divine reason itself. It is'evi. HUMAN Otherwise, authority
the means of subsistence provide for his own life and considered well ordered beneficial well ordered nor
own "image and likeness, ((3)) living with the duty of livingit dent then that the goodness of doWn completely and results in
- endowed him with intelligenceand through no fault of his own. ((8)) the lives of his children; so profoundly and in keeping with human : prosperous. unless it ha& some1)pltinted'vith shameful abuse.
becomingly; and his right to the human will depends much
freedom, and made him Rights Pertaining to Moral is the empire of nature investigate the truth freely,' dignity if it is groundedon the eternal law thanon ) legitimate A s fit.:; Thomas Aquinas
more on its institutions -
and Cultural ValuesBy ordained for the preservationof truth. authority to preserve
lord of creation, as the same teaches:
with the duty of seeking it and human reason. ((27))
the natural law every human man." ((17)) As the Paul exhortsus and to devote them
psalmist declares in the words: of possessing it ever more'completely Apostle "" "Human law has the true
being has the right to respect : The right to private property, Characteristics of 'the selves as far as is necessary to<
little : in fa-
You ,hay umade. Jura and profoundly. : nature of law only so :
less than the angels, and for' his person, t o hIs even of productive goods also "Wherefore, put away lying Present Day work and care for the good of as it corresponds to right rci ?-

crowned hhji with glory and good reputation; the right to derives from the nature of man. Reciprocity of Rights and and speak truth each one with Our age has three distinctive all. on, and therefore is derived

honor. You have given him freedom in searching for truth This right, as We have else Duties between Persons his neighbor, because we ar characteristics.First These, however, derive from the eternal la\v. l iso far
and in and declared "is suitable Once this is admitted, it is of all the working I their authority from Cod, as
- the works of expressing communicating where a. members of another. ((25); ) ,
rule over your as it falls short of right reason,
and the also clear that in human so- have St. Paul teaches in the words:
I hands, putting all things under his opinions, means for safeguarding This demands that reciprocal classes gradually gained a law is said to be a wicked
in pursuit of art, within the dignity of the human person ciety to one man's right there rights and duties be sincerely ground in economic and public 'There exists no authority the truenature'
his feet. (4) law; and so, lacking
limits laid down by the moral and for the exercise of responsibility corresponds a duty in all other recognized. affairs. They began by claiming except from God." (28) law it is rather
of a
L- Order ir\ Human Beings order and the common good; in all fields; it strengthens persons: the duty, namely, of Furthermore human society their rights in the socioeconomic These words of St. Paul are kind of violence." ((35)It )

How strongly does the tur. and he has the right to be informed and gives serenity to family acknowledging and respectingthe will be such as We have just sphere. They extended explained thus by St. John must not be concluded,

moll of individual men and peoples truthfully about public life, thereby increasing the right in question. For every described it, if the citizens, their action then to claimson Chrysostom; however because authoritycomes
contrast with the perfect .events. peace and prosperity of the fundamental human right them- the political level. And finally "What are you saying? Is that
from God
. guided by justice, apply men
order of the universe! It is; as The natural law also gives State." ((18)However) draws its indestructible moral selves !seriously to respectingthe they applied themselvesto every ruler appointed by God? therefore have no right to

if the relationships which bind man the right to share in the it is opportune to force from the natural law, rights of others and discharging the acquisition of the benefits I do not say that, he replies,, choose who are to rule the
them together could be con- benefits of culture, and there- point out that there is a social which In granting it imposes acorrespondin1 duties if of a more refined culture. for I am not dealing now with
their own ; state, to decide the form of government -
trolled only by force. But the fore the right to a basic education duty essentially inherent in the : obligation.Those they are moved by such fervorof Today, therefore, worker individual rulers, but with au-- and to determine both

Creator of the world has imprinted and to technical and pro- right of private property. (19) therefore, who claim charity as to make their own all| over the woild refuse; to thority itself. What I say is,, the way in which authority is
in man's heart an their own rights, yet altogether that it is the divine wisdom
fessional training in keeping The of and be treated as if the3were
Right Meeting the needs of others and share to be exercised and its limits.
order which his conscience reveals with the stage of educational AssociationFrom forget or neglect to'carry out irrational objects without and not mere chance, that has
.-It with others their own goods; It is thus clear that the doctrine
to him and enjoins him development in the country to the fact that human their respective duties, are freedom, to be used at theaihitrary ordained that there should be
if, finally, they work for a progressively which We have set forth is
who build with
to obey: ? which he belongs. beings are by nature social, people one closer fellowship in disposition ofother government, that some should fully consonant with any truly
show the work of the should be madeto hand and destroy with the command and others obey."
They Every effort *
there arises the right of assembly the world of spiritual values. democratic regime. ((36))
_ Law written in their hearts. ensure that persons be enabled and association. They have other. They ipsist that they be always ((29))
is realized in
Human society Attainment of the Common
Their conscience bears witness on the basis of merit, to also the right to give the societies Mutual CollaborationSince regarded as men with a Moreover, since God made
freedom, that is to say, in ways Good Is the of the
to them." ((5)) go on to higher studies, so that, of which they are members men are social by nature share in every sector of human men social by nature, and sinceno Purpose
and means in keeping with the Public
And how' could it be other- as far as possible, they may the form they consider they are meant to live society: in the social and economic society "can hold together Authority

I wise? For whatever God has occupy posts and take on responsibilities -most suitable for the aim they with others and to work for dignify the of its citizens, who of their accept sphere, in the fields of unless some one be over all, Individual citizens and inter-

made shows forth His infinite in human societyin have in view, and to act within one another's welfare. A well responsibility learning and culture, and in directing all to strive earnestlyfor mediate groups are obliged to

wisdom, and it is manifested accordance with their nat such societies on their own initiative ordered human society requires actions precisely because they public life.Spcondly. the common good, every make their specific contributions
I more clearly in the things ural gifts and the skills they and on their own responsibility that men recognize and observe are by nature rational beings. it is obvious to civilized 'community must have to the common welfare.

which have greater perfection. have acquired. ((0)!)). in order to achieve their mutual rights and duties.It Human society, venerable everyone that women are now a ruling authority and this au- One of the: chief consequencesof

((6)) The Right to Worship God their desired objectives. ((20)) also demands that each brothers and beloved children taking a part in public life. Thisis thority, no less than society Itself this is that they must bring

But fickleness of opinion According to One's We Ourselves stated in the contribute generously to the ought to be regarded happening more rapidly per has"' Its source in nature, their own interests into harm

often produces this error, that Conscience encyclical "Mater et Magistra"that establishment of a civic orderin above all as a !spiritual realityin haps in nations of Christian and has consequently, God for ony with the needs of the com

many thlflk the relationshipsbetwE'en Every human being has the for the achievement of which rights and duties are which men communicate civilization and, more slowlybut its author." ((30)) munity, and must dispose of

men and States can be right to honor God accordingto ends which individual human progressively; more sincerelyand knowledge to eacb other in broadly, among peoples But authority i is not to be their goods and services as
the same laws as dictates of an upright effectively acknowledgedand thrIi ht of truth, in wlilcb of force lackingall civil authorities have prescribed -
governed by the beings cannot attain except by who have inherited other traditions thought as a
the forces and irrational elements conscience, and therefore the association, it is necessary and fulfilled.) they ran enjoy their rights: or cultures. control. Indeed, since it is In accord with the norms

of the universe, whereasthe right'to worship God privatelyand indispensable to set up a great It is not enough, for example, and fulfill their duties, and Since women are becomingever the power to command according of justice, In due form, and
them are to acknowledge and respect are inspired to strive formOl..1 within the limits of their com
laws governing publicly.For variety of such intermediate more conscious of their to right reason, authoritymust
of quite a different kind and as Lactantius so clearly groups and societies in orderto every man's right to the meansof otl. human dignity, they will not derive its obligatory force petence.

are to be sought elsewhere,. taught: guarantee for the human subsistence. One must also Society should enable men to tolerate being treated as mere from the moral order, which in This they must do by meansof

namely, where the Father of' ""?e were created for the person a sufficient sphere of strive to obtain that he actuallyhas share in and enjoy every legitimate material instruments, but demand turn has God for its first formally perfect actions, the

all things wrote them, that is, purpose of showing to the God freedom and responsibility. enough in the way of food expression of beauty, and rights befitting a human source and final end. content of which must be
the of submission and nourishment.The encourage them constantly tOo morally good, or at least cap
In nature man. who bore us the we ((21)) both in domestic and in Wherefore 0 u predecessor
laws most Him society of men must not pass on to others all that is person able of being directed towards
these Pius XII
'By men are owe Him, of recognizing The Right to Emigrate and public. )life.Finally of happy memory ,
admirably taught, first of all alone, and of serving Him. Weare only be organized but must best in themselves, while they said: good.

L how they should conduct their obliged and bound by this Ever.human Immigrate has the also provide them with abun- strive to make their own the the modern world, "That same absolute order of Indeed since the whole

- mutual dealings among them duty to God; from this religion to. freedom being of movement dant resources. This certainly spiritual achievements of oth as compared. with the recent beings and their ends which reason for the existence of civil
the relation right requires that they observe and ers. These are the spiritual past has taken on an entirelynew authorities is the realization
then how
selves, itself receives its name. ((10)) and f residence within the presents man as an autonomous
ships between the citizens and And on this point Our predecessor confines 0 of his own country, recognize their mutual rights values which continually give. appearance in the field of person, that Is, as the subject of the common good, it Is clear
socialand life. For
the public authorities of each of immortal memory, and duties.It life and basic orientation to political of inviolable duties and rights ly necessary that in pursuing
and when there just reasons -
. are since all nations have either
State should be regulated, then Leo XIII declared: it the to emigrate also requires that they cultural expressions, economic and as at once the basis of society this objective they should respect
how States should deal with "This genuine, this honor- other, countries right and collaborate together in the and social institutions, political achieved or are on the way to and the purpose for whichIt its essential elements, awl

one another, and finally how, able freedom 0 f the sons of take to residence there. ((22)) many enterprises that modern movements and forms laws,. achieving Independence,. there exists, also includes 'the at the same time conform their
up and, all other structures by will soon no longer exist a laws to the needs of a given
on the one hand individual God, which most nobly protects The fact that.one is a citizenof civilization either allows or State as a necessary society Invested
world divided into nations thatrule
men and States, and on the the dignity of the human State does not encourages or even demands.An which society is outwardly established with the authority with historical situation. ((37))
a particular nations
others and that
I-- other hand the community of person:: is greater than any detract in any way from his Attitude of ResponsibilityThe and constantly. : de are subject to others. out which it could not come Essentials of the

all peoples, should act toward violence or injustice; it has always membership of the human dignity 0 f the human veloped. into being or live Common Good

- each other, the establishment been sought by the family as a whole, nor from his person also requires that everyman God and the Moral Order Men all over the world have "And since this absolute Assuredly, the ethnic charicteristics -

of such a.world community of Church, and always, most dearto citizenship of the world com enjoy the right to act free- The order which prevails in today-or will soon have-the order-.-as we: learn from sound of the various hu-

-' peoples being urgently demanded her. This was the freedom munity. ly and responsibly. For this society is by nature moral. rank of citizens In independent reason, .especially from' the man groups are to be'respecte,13S

today by the requirements which the Apostles claimed reason, therefore, in social rela Grounded as it is in truth it nations. Christian .Faith-can have no constituent elements of the

I ()f' universal l common good. with intrepid constancy, which Political Rights tions man should exercise his must function according to the Xo one wants to feel subject origin save in a personal God common: good. ((38)) But these

--- PART I the apologists defended with The dignity of the human rights fulfill his obligationsand norms of justice, it should be to political powers lo. who is our. Creator, it follows values and characteristics: by

[ their writings and which the person involves the right to in the countless forms of inspired and perfected by mutual rated outside his own country that'the dignity of the State's no mean exhaust the content

. Order 'Between Men martyrs in such numbers consecrated take an active part in public collaboration with others, act love, and finally it shouldbe or ethnical group. authority 'Is.due to-Its sharing of) the common good. For the

Every Man Is a Person with I with their blood." (11) affairs and to contribute one's chiefly on his own responsibility brought to an. ever more refined Thus In very many human to: some extent in the authorityof ommon: good ,Is_ I intimatelyound !

- 1 Rights and Duties The Right to Choose Freely l part to the common good of the and initiative. and human balance fn beings the inferiority complex God }llmseif.(31) > up with human*natuW.It .
k First ofl ,all, jt is. necessary One's State of Life citizens. This is to be done In such away freedom which endured for hundredsand Where,. the CIVIl. authority caa never exitzly. ird

! to speak of the order which I Human beings have the right For as .Our predecessor of that each one acts on his Now an order,"of this kind, thousands_of years is disappearing uses' as its only or Its! chief o111pt tC'j unl lH. 19 Irt tn,:..

should exist between men. Any S to choose freely the state of happy memory, PiusXII, own decision, of set purpose whose principles universal, while in others mean either threats and fear afire! *nd realization! \ te: !"*

i I human society, if it is to be! life which I they prefer, and pointed out: -. ." -and from a consciousness of'- absolute and unchangeable, has there is a n attenuation and of punishment or promisesof what they ate, In* I: mtin 'pet1ACCM -.

r- _well ordered) and productive,, therefore the right to set up a "The human individual. far his obligation, without being its, .ultimate source in the one gradual fading 0 f the corre rewards, it cannot effec- Fage. 8
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TsLgt Eight TheFtho1iThA1Th; ing to the three principal functions .-there is a question of organiz- 3! outstanding members of the the positive aspects of their i an cause great damage and. under those regimes even the

of public authority. ing political communities juri b&iypolitic. way of life* <:hoke, natural development. lawful existence of such a

rights and fulfill their dutiesas dically there is .observablefirst Furthermore i* But methods cf information sphere of freedom is either
'Pacem in Terris In that type of State, not authority 'Active Solidarity
well. only the official functions of of all the tendency to a Df' es requirement of which fall short of the truth called into question or denied.

For experience Has taughtus government but also the write in concise and limpid the moral order,in human so and by the same token impair Certainly relations between This undoubtedly is a radical

[Peace on Earth] that, unless these authorities mutual relations between phraseology a charter of fundamental ciety. the reputation of this people or States m u s t be regulated by inversion of the order of human

$ Catlnn'4 fr.m Page se,..) take suitable action with citizen! and public officialsare human rights, which is, It may not therefore be used that must be discarded. ((55)) ;the but norms also of truth derive and justice benefits society, because the reason for

son is taken into account. (39) regard to economic, politicaland set down according 'to as often as not, inserted in against that order; and t h every In Justice they from active great the existence of public author.
I solidarity,
cultural matters, inequalities State constitutions or is an instant such ity is to promote the common
law, which in Itself affords an attemptwere
In the second place, the very between citizens tend to Relations between political 1 through mutual cooperation on fundamental elementof
integral of them.. made it would to good a
part cease
protection to the citizens both ,
nature of the common good communities are to be further 'various levels, such as, in our
become and widespread which is the of
more more Secondly there is also an inclination be as the Lord has recognition
in the enjoyment of theirrights authority,
that all members of justice. This Implies has taken
requires especially in the mod- I own times already that sphere of freedom and the
to determine by the warned us
and In the fulfillmentof :
the political community be en- : over and above recogni- 'place with laudable results in
world result human
?rn and as a safeguarding of it.
compilation of a document "Hear therefore kings and
) titled to share in it, althoughin rights are rendered totally their duties. tion' of their mutual rights, the the economic, social, political At this point it will not be
called the constitution the understand learn magis-
If however this and ; you
: ,
different ways according to fulfillment of their respective educational, health and
ineffective and the fulfillment recall that such
superfluous to
procedures through which the trates of the earth's expanse!
juridical structure is to '
merits and pro-
each one's tasks :
duties. .
sport spheres.We
duties is and that all
:>f compromised.It governing are to be Hearken who rule the exiles are persons,
duce the advantages which powers you
circum tances. For this reason, may Political communities have
is therefore necessary that be expected of it public officials created, along with their mutual multitude and lord it over must remember that of their rights as persons must be

every civil authority must take 1 the administration give wholehearted must strive ,to meet the relations, the spheres of throngs of peoples Because the right to existence, to self- its very nature, civil authority recognized, since they do not

pains to promote the common_ and careful attentionLo the development and to the means I exists not to confine its people lose those rights on losing the
their the forms given by
authority was
competence, you
problems which arise in a
good of all without preference I the social as well as to the way andstems they are obligedto Lord and'sovereignty by the necessary for this; They have .within the boundaries of their citizenship of the States of
that conforms both the
for any single citizen or civic I economic progress of citizens, plexities of the situation and follow\ in the performanceof Most High who shall probe the right to play the leading nation, hut rather to protect which they are former mem

group. :md to the development, in. their'.office. ydur works and scrutinize your .part in the process of their above all else, the common
the exercise of'their
As our predecessor of immortal ]keeping with the development function.proper The relations between the",counsels!" '((53); ) own development and the rightto good of that particular civil so- bers.Now among the rights of a

memory, Leo XIII, has I 3f the productive system, of This requires that, in con- government and the governedare Lastly it Is to be borne in their good name and due ciety, which certainly cannotbe human person there must be

said i : i uch essential services as the stantly changing conditions then set forth in terms ,of mind that also in the regulatingof honors. From which it follows divorced from the common included the one by: which a
'The civil power must not 'building of roads, transporta- never the rights and duties. relations between political as a simultaneous consequencethat good of the entire human man may enter a political community
legislators forget
serve the advantage of anyone 1 lion, communications, water norms of morality or constitutional And it is clearly laid down communities,'authority is to be they have also the corresponding family. where he hopes he can

individual, or of some few per- :supply, housing public health the that the paramount task assigned exercised for the achievementof duty 'of respectingthese This entail not only that more fittingly provide a future
provisions or objective
sons, inasmuch as it was established education, facilitation of the to government officials the common good which rights in others and of civil societies should pursue for himself and his dependents.
of the
requirements common -
for the common good of practice of religion, and recreational good.Moreover. is that of recognizing constitutes the reason for its avoiding any act of violation. their particular Interests Wherefore, as far as the

all." ((40)) facilities.It executive authori- respecting reconciling, protecting '.existence.. Just as an individual man without hurting others but common good rightly understood -

(Consideration! of justice is necessary also that ties must coordinate the activities and promoting the But a fundamental factor of may not pursue the detriment his own in-of also that they should join permits, it I is the dutyof

and equity, however, can at governments make efforts to of society with discretion, rights and duties ,of citizens.It the common good .is- acknowl- terests to forces and plans wheneverthe that State to accept such

see that insurance systemsare the order other men., so, on the international efforts of an individual immigrant and to help tointegrate
timed demand that those involved with a full knowledge, of the is of course impossible to edgement of mora}
level State not .
made available to the for its prescrip one may government cannot achieveits them into Itself as
in civil government law and after a careful consideration accept the theory which pro- and respect
restricting or
give. more attention to the citizens so that in case. of of circumstances. And fesses to find the original and tions. develop by desired goal new members.'

less fortunate members, ofthf' misfortune or Increased family the courts must administer justice "Order between the ,political oppressing other States. But in the execution of such Wherefore, on this occasion,

responsibilities! no be, built St. .ntu"Unp:; rightly says: We publicly and
community, nince they person impartially and without Clip and Save communities must up- common efforts, great care approve com

are less able to defend their will be without the necessary! being influenced by favoritismor on the unshakable and unchangeable "What are kingdoms! without must he taken lest what helps mend every undertaking found.

right* and to assert! their means to maintain a decent Traditionally The Florida rock of the moral Justice but bands of robbers?" some nations should injure' ed on the principles of human

standard of pressure. Catholic publishes the textsof in the ((5(;) and Christian
legitimate claims. (41) living. The good order ,of society is law, 'made manifest others. solidarity charity
The should make' papal encyclicals. As the Creator Not It happen, but which aims at making the migration
In this context, We judge government also demands that individual order of 'nature by only can Furthermore, the universal I
similarly effective efforts to customary, the newest encyclical Him engravedon it actually does happen. that of from one
that attention should be calledto citizens and intermediate or- untilit Himself ,and by common good requires that in' persons
see that those who are able to will be published the hearts of men with let- the advantages;: and conveniences relationsbe country to another less painful.
the fact that the common ganizations'should be effectively every nation friendly
work find employment in is complete. In the past, be effaced which nations striveto And We will be to
can, ters that may never betweenthe permitted
whole fields
good touches the man, protected by law whenever have written for fostered in all
the needs both of his body and keeping with their aptitudes; they have rights to be exer readers whichhave 'Like the rays of a gleam- acquire for themselves be- citizens and their intermediate single out for the attention and
and that each worker receivesa sets of past issues must of contention. all
follows ing beacon, its principles come objects gratitude of right-minded
of his souL Hence cised or obligations to be ful The societies.

that' the civil authorities must wage in keeping with the filled. This protection shouldbe carried encyclicals.unable guide the plans and policies of Nevertheless, the resulting disagreements There groupings of people -, persons the: manifold work
has been to are
laws of and paper be settlednot
justice equity.It must international
men and nations. which specialized
undertake to effect the common granted to citizens both in since of or less different.
would be equally the' concern meet such requests "These are the signals of by force, nor by deceit or more agencies are carrying out in
good by ways and means that their dealings with each other of is- racial backgrounds. However,,
I( of civil authorities to en- limited supplies past and smooth but rather in the only
'Warning, safety trickery, : this very delicate field.
are proper to them. That is, and in their relations with gov- made it the elements which characterize
:sure that workers be allowed sues have- impos- sailing-they will have to manner which is worthy of the
while respecting the hierarchy ernment agencies.' ((49)) ethnic must not Disarmament
sible to comply. Therefore, an group
Lheir proper responsibility in heed, if they would not see all dignity of man, i.e., by a mutual
of values, they should promote Law and ConscienceIt suggest that readers clip be transformed into a water. On the other hand, it Is with
the 1 the: work undertaken in indus. we their laborious efforts to estab- assessment of the reasons on
simultaneously both material is unquestionable that a and save each section, as tight compartment in which' deep sorrow that We note the
trial and to facilitate condemnedto the
and the spiritual welfareof 1 organization, lish a new order both sides of dispute, by a
the establishment of inter legal structure in conformityith published, of the encyclical, human beings are preventedfrom enormous stocks of armamentsthat
the citizens. ((42)) : tempest and shipwreck. ((54)) mature and objective investigation -
I mediate groups which will the moral order and cor- "Pacem in Terris" (Peace on of the situation, and by an communicating with their have been and still!! are

These principles are clearly ;]nake social life richer and responding to the level of development Earth). This will prevent In Truth equitable reconciliation of differences fellowmen belonging to differ, being made in the more economically -

contained in the doctrine stated \]nore effective. of the political community disappointment in the fu First among the rules governing of opinion. ent ethnic groups. developed countries

in 0 u r encyclical, "Mater et Finally, it should be possible is of great advantageto ture. the relations between That would contrast with with a vast outlay of Intellectual -

Magistra," where We emphasized :'or all the citizens to share as achievement of the common States is that of.truth. This The Treatment of MinoritiesSince our contemporary) situation, and economic resources.

that the common good of ftr as they are able in their good.And single source of civic rights calls, above all, for the elim- the 19th century there in which the distances separating ) And so it happens that, while

all "embraces the sum total of t ountry's cultural advantages. yet, social life in the and duties, of the binding forceof ination of every trace of racism has been a rather widespread people have been almost the people of these countriesare

those conditions of social living modern world Is so varied, the constitution, and of a and the consequent recog- tendency in historical evolutionfor ) out. loaded with heavy burdens,
whereby men are enabled to Harmonious. Relation. between complex and dynamic that government's right to command nition of the principle that all political communities to other countries as a result are

achieve their own integral Public Authority'sTwo in the mere will of human themselves with na. Nor can one overlook the,
per. even a, juridical structure States are by nature equal in equate deprived of the collaboration

fection more fully and more Forms of Intervention which has been 'prudently beings, individually or col dignity. tional communities.For fact that even though human: they need in order to make eco-

easily." ((43)) The common good requires and thoughtfully establishedis lectively. ((52)) Each of them accordingly Is various reasons, however beings differ from one anotherby nomic and social progress.

Men, however composed as 1 hat civil authorities maintain always inadequate for the The tendencies to which We vested 'with the-right to exist it has not always been virtue of their ethnic pecu The production of arms is allegedly !-

they are of bodies and immortal :* careful balance between coordinating needs of society. have referred, however, do ence, to self-development, to possible to make geographical liarities they all possess certain -, justified on the grounds
souls, can never in this mortal I: and protecting 'the It is also true that the rela- clearly show that the men of the means fitting to, its attain- boundaries coincide with ethnic essential common : that in present-day conditions

life succeed in satisfying all rights of the' citizens, on the tions of citizens with each our time have become increasingly ment, and to be the one primarily ones. are inclined by nature to f peace cannot be preserved

( their needs or in attaining per- one hand, and.promoling. I them. ., other, of citizens and inter. .conscious of their dignityas responsible this self- This j gives; rise to the phenomenon meet each other values In whose the worldof progressive I. without an equal balance of

fect happiness. Therefore all on the oth r. L." mediate groups with public authorities human persons. This awareness development. Add'to that the of minorities and spiritual armaments. And so, if one

efforts made to promote the It should not happen' that and .finally of the prompts them to claim ,a right of each to' its 'good name to the relative complex problem assimilation opens to,' country increases its armaments -

common good, far from en- certain individuals or jiocial public authorities.with one an- share in the public ,administration and; to the 'respect which is its *. them the possibility of perfec others feel the need to

dangering the eternal salvationof group derive special advantage ( other are often so complex and of their country, whileit tftae. In the first place it must be Lion without limits. do the same. And if one country .

men, ought rather to serveto from the fact that their so sensitive that they cannot be also accounts for'the demand .Very often, 'experience has made clear that justice is seriously They have the right and. is equipped with nuclear

promote it. ((44)Responsibilities ) rights have received prefer regulated by, inflexible legal that their own inalienable' and taught 'US, individuals will be violated by whatever is duty therefore, to live in communion weapons, other countries must

entlal protection.Nor inviolable rights be protectedby found differ considerably with one another.
provisions. their deL
of the Public done to limit the strength and produce own, equally
should it happen that Su h a situation theref re law. knowledge, virtue, talent and structive.
Authority and Rights and : numerical increase of these The Proper Balance between l L
governments in seeking to pro- demands that the' civil authorities It also requires that government wealth. Yet these inequalitiesmust Consequently, people live In
Duties of Indh'idualsIt minority peoples. The injustice Population, Land
tect these rights, become obstacles .have clear ideas about the officials be chosen< in never be held to excusean constant fear lest the storm
is that in time is even more serious if and CapitalAs
agreed 'our
to their full expressionand nature and extent of their of- conformity with constitutional man's, attempt to lord it that threatens every moment
the common good is chiefly such sinful projects are aimedat everybody knows, there.
free use. ficial duties .if they wish to procedures and perform their over .his neighbors unjustly. should break upon them with
.. the extinction of these abund-
guaranteed w h e n personal very are countries with an
"For this principle must always maintain the existing juridical specific functions within the They constitute rather.a dreadful violence. And with
rights and duties are maintain groups. ance of arable land and a scar.'
be retained: that State structure in its basic elementsand limits of law. source of greater responsibility good reason, for the arms of
ed. The chief concern of civil On the other hand, the demands city of manpower, while in
economic field
in the which
activity In the contribution
principles, and at the same war are ready at hand.
authorities must therefore be PART III of justice are admirably other countries there is no I
what its breadth
no matter or time meet the exigencies of each and everyone must is difficult
Kten it
that these those civil authorities between natural re' though
to ensure rights are observed by proportion
depth may be, ought not to be social life, adapting their legislation make towards mutual improvement. would
believe that
Relations between the natural and the capital avail-' to anyone
acknowledged, respected, coordinated promote sources
in such to
a way to the changing social .
with other citizens be- demands that '- deliberately" take the responsibility
rights, States betterment of those able. This peopies
curtail an individual's freedomof scene and solving new prob-- Similarly, political communities for the appalling destruction ..
defended and that smaller ethnic should set relationshipsof
promoted, so initiative. Ratherit longing to a up
personal of
lems. Subjects Rights have' reached differ
in this each may when that collaboration facili- and sorrow that
way one may more group, particularly mutual ,
should work to expand that They must be men of great and Duties levels' of culture civiliza-
ent in train
war would bring its ,
his their lan- circulation from one
easily carry out duties. For betterment concerns tating the
freedom as much as possibleby equilibrium and integrity, competent predecessors have con tion economic development.
or it cannot be denied that the
"to safeguard the inviolable of OUR guage, the development of to the other of capital, goods
the effective protection maintained and
and courageous enoughto Neither is that sufficient rea-
a conflagration be Met off
rights of the human person their natural gifts, their ances- and manpower. ((58)) may
the essential personal rights of see at once what the situation We join them in reasserting, son for some to take unjust advantage by ,some incontrollable and
and to facilitate the fulfillmentof tral customs, and their accom- Here We deem It opportuneto
each and every individual. requires and to take neces- that political communities are of their superiorityover unexpected chance.
his duties should be the and endeavors in
essential plishments remark that, wheneverjOssibie
( ) sary action quickly and effec- reciprocally subjects of rights others. Rather should
(48)The And .one must bear In mind
office of public the economic order. ((57)It )
every the work to be done
same principle should tively. ((50)Citizens' ) and duties. This means that they see in it an added motivefor that, even though the mon
authority. (45)) inspire the various steps which their relationships also must more serious commitmentto should be noted however, should be taken to the work.
strous of modern
This means that if any government Participation in that these minority groups, ers, not vice vtrsi.In power weap-
governments take in order to be harmonized in truth in justice the common cause of social
Public LifeIt ons acts as a deterrent, it is to
does not
acknowledgethe make it possible for citizens in a working solidarity and either because of a reaction to this way a possibility of a
progress.It be feared that the mere con
rights of man or violates is in keeping with their their present situation or be-
more easily to exercise their in liberty. better future is offered to many
is not true that some human tinuance of nuclear tests, undertaken -
them it not fails in its that human
only rights and fulfill their dutiesin dignity as persons The same moral law which cause of their historical difficulties persons without their being
but its orders should take active beings are by nature superior with war in mind, vil1have
duty, completelylack beings an often inclined to
every sector of social life. governs relations between individual are forced to leave their own en-
inferior. All fatal for
juridical force. ((46) part in government, although human beings serves and- exalt beyond due measure any- vironment in order to seek residence consequences
Structure and Operation of men are equal in their natural life on the earth.
in which
Reconciliation and Protec- manner they also to regulate the relations of thing proper to their Ope0- elsewhere, which almost
the Public AuthorityIt share in 'it will depend on the dignity. Consequently there to them even Justice, right reason and humanity -
tion of Rights and Dutiesof political communities with one ple, so as place always entails the heartache of
is impossible to determine of the are no political communities therefore, urgently demand -
IndividualsOne level of development another. above human values, as if that separation and difficult periodsof

once and for all, what is the political cbmmunity to which which are superior by nature which is proper to humanitywere and social inte that the arms race should
of the fundamental This will be readily understood adjustment
most suitable form of govern. they belong. and none which are inferior by to be at the service of cease; that the stockpiles which
when reflects that gration.
duties of civil authorities, therefore one
ment, or how civil authoritiescan Men will find new and exten- nature. that which is proper to the na exist in various countries

is to coordinate social relations most effectively'fulfill their sive advantages in the fact.that the individual representativesof All political communities are The Problem of Political should be reduced equally and
in such fashion that the political communities cannot
respective functions, Le., the they are allowed to participatein of equal natural dignity, since tion.Reason rather demands that RefugeesThe simultaneously by the parties
exercise of man's rights put aside their personal dignity
legislative, judicial'and executive government. In this situation they'are bodies whose member these very people recognizealso sentiment of universal concerned; that nucl ar weapons -
in the
does not threaten others in the while they are acting
functions of the State. those who' administer the ship is made up of. these same the advantages that accrueto fatherhood which the Lord has should be banned; and thata
and interest of their
exercise of their own rights name
into human beings. Nor must it be Our heart makes Us general agreement should
In determining the structure governmentcorne frequent and that them from their peculiar cir placed in
countries cannot
nor hinder them in the fulfillment ; they
the citizens andit in this connection, sadness in con- eventually be reached about
of their duties. and operation of government contact with therefore violate the very forgotten, cumstances.For feel profound
thus easier for them to that peoples can be highly sensitive the of progressive disarmament and
Finally, the rights of all which a State is to have, great Jaw of their being which is the instance, no small con- sidering phenomenon

should be weight has to be given: to the learn what is really needed for moral law. and with good reason, tribution is made toward the political refugees, a phenomenon an effective method of control.
effectively safeguarded -
and if they have been violated historical background, and circumstances the common good. It would be absurd, more- in matters touching their dig- development of their particular which has assumed large In the words of Pius XII,

completely restored. ((47)) of given political The fact too that ministersof over, even to imagine that men nity'and honor. talents and spirit by their daily proportions and which always Our predecessor of happy memory -

communities circumstanceswhich government hold office only could surrender their own human Truth further demandsthat dealings with people who have hides numberless and acute :

Duty of Promoting the will vary at different for a limited time keeps them attributes, or be compelledto the various media of grown up in a different culture. sufferings.Such The calamity of a world

Rights of IndividualsIt times and in different places. from growing stale and allows do so, by the very fact of social communications made This however, will be true onlyif expatriations show that war, with the economic and

is also demanded by the We consider, however, thatit for their replacement in accord- their appointment to public available by modern progress they \\1ll'knoW' how to act as there are some political regimes social ruin and the moral excesses

common good that civil authorities is in keeping with the innate ance with the demands of office, whereas they have been which enable the nations to a bridge, which facilitates the which do not guarantee for in- and dissolution that accompany -

should make earnest demands of human nature that social, progress. ((51) given that noble assignment know each other better, be circulation of life in its various dividual citizens a sufficient it, must not be permitted

efforts to bring about a sItuation the State should take a form Characteristics of the precisely because the wealth of' used with serene objectivity. expressions among different sphere of freedom within to envelop the human

in which individual citizens which embodies the threefold Present Day their human endowments has That need not, of course, rule traditions or civilizations, and which their souls are allowedto race for a third time." ((59))

: can easily exercise their division of powers correspond11. In modern times, where earned them their reputation, out any legitimate emphasis on not a zone of discord which breathe humanly. In fact (To be continued)

):.">'tlirsl !'_(..(.. Encycl. Ubertas Praestantls- Jun. 1, 1941. AJLS. XXXIIL 1941. !6. Radio Message: of Pius XII a;: Summa TheoL. la-IIae. Q. 93. a. Leonis XIII :V, 1883, p. 12L of Pius XL AJLS. XXIX. 1937. p. Christmas Eve 1941. AJLS. XXXIV.

1. "&, I. 1. simum. Acta Leonis XIII VIII. 1888. p. 201. Christmas Eve, 1942, AA.S. XXXV, 3 ad 2um; Cf. Radio Message of 4!. Cf. EncycL Rernm Xovarum rf 81: and Radio Message of Pius XII. Itt p. 1C.

:. Ps 103, 24. pp. 237-238. 1*. EncyeL Mater et Magistra, 1943. p. 14. Pius XII. Christmas Eve. 1944. Leo XIII. Acta Leonis XIIL XI. ChriJrtmas Eve, 1942, AJi.8. XXXV. 55. Cf. Radio Message of Plus XII.

3. ct. (;en. 1, :i. 12. Cf. Radio Message of Pius XII. AJLS. LJ1I. 1981. p. 428. %1. Summa TheoL., la-IIae. q. 19, XA-S. XXXVII.: 1945, pp. 5-23. 1891. pp. 133-134. 1943. pp. 9-24. Christmas Eve, 1940 AJLS. XXXIIL
4..1$4.. Christmas Eve. lit:!, AJLSL. XXXV. 19. Cf. Ibid. p. 430. a. 4,; cf. a. 9. 3$. Cf. Encycl Dluturnum mud of 42. Cf. EncyeL Humrni Pontificatus 4*. EncycL Mater et Magirtra of 1941. pp. 5-14. '

1 5. Rom. 2, 15. 1942. PP.C 20. Cf. EncyeL R rum Xo"arura of 28. Rom. 13. 1. Leo XI IL Acts Leonis XIIL IL1S8L of Plus XII. AJLS. XXXI. 1939, John XXIIL AA.S. LJII 1X1. p. SC. D. dvitate Del Book IV. eh. 4I'atrulogta ;

C. Cf. Ps. 18. 8-11. 13-Cf. Encycl. Cast Connubil of Leo XIII. Acta Leonis XIII. XI. 29. In Eplst. ad Rom. ft..IS. vr. 1-!. pp. ::1-::: : and Radio Message p. fU.A.S. 4 i. I.. tina. 41, 115; cf. Radio
;. Cf. Radio :Message of Pius' XII. Pius XI. AJLS. XXII, 1930, pp. 1891. pp. 134-142; EncyeL Quadra- homil. XXIII: Patrologia Graeca, ee, of Pius XII. Christmas 43. LIII 1911. p. 19. 49. Cf. Radio Message! of Plus XII. Message of Plus XII. Christmas
... 5-23.
Christmas E>e. lU:. AJLS. XXXV. 539-392; and Radio Message of Plus geslmo Anno of Plus XT. JLJL..R. 411. 1944. A- S. XXX' I. 1945. pp. 44. Cf. EncyeL Quadrageeimo Anno Christmas Eve, 1912, AJLS. XXXV., L\e. 139, AJLS. XXXII 1940. pp.
of Plus XII.
1943, pp. 9-24: and Discourse of XII. Christmas ElU:, A.A.S.XXXV XXIIL 1931. pp. 199-200: EncyeL 30. EncyeL Imraortale Del of Leo 37. Cf. Radio :Message Itt!. AJLS. XXXV. of Phis XL AJuS XXIII, 1931, p.21S. 1943. p. 2L 5-15.

John xxii!. Jan. 4. 19(3. AJLS. 1943 pp. 9:4.H. Sertum Laetltlae of Plus XII, .L 4s. XXIII, Acta Leonis XIII, 'V, 1885. Christmas 13 Eve and EncyeL ImmortaleDel 50. Cf. Radio Message of Plus XII. 57. Cf. Radio Message of Pius XII.
1943, p. : 43. Cf. Radio Message of Plus XII.
LV. 1983. pp. 89-91. Cf. Radio Message of Plus XII. XXXI. 1939. pp. C35-C44. P. 120. of Leo XIIL Acta Leonis XIII. Christmas Eve, 1944, AJLS. XXXVII, Christmas En, 1941, AJLS. XXXIV.
Pentecost Jun.'!. 1941. AJLS. 1941.
*. Cf. EncycL Dlvin Red mptorls 21. Cf. A.A.S. LIII 19C1. p. 430. St. Cf. Radio essace. Christmas 194S. 1S-1C.
Pentecost June 1. 1941. AJLS.XXXIII. 120. pp. 1942. pp. 10-2L
XXL 22. Cf. Radio Message of Pins XII. Eve. V, 1885. p. P. .200.
of Pius XI. AJLS. 19J7. p. 1944. AJLS. XXXVII. 1945,
5*. ct.
1941. 201. 51. Cf. Radio Encjcl Mater et Magistraof
p. Message of Pius
EncyeL Summl Pontlficatus 41. Cf. EncyeL Mit brennender Sorge XII.
78; and Radio Message of Plus XII. Christmas Eve. 1952... AJLS. XLV P. 15. 38. Cf.
Pentecost. June 1. 1941. A.A.s. 15. Cf. Encycl. Rerum Xo\arum of 1953. pp. 33-4C. 32. Cf. EncyeL Diuturnuxn lllud of of 'Pias IL AJLS. XXXI. 1939, pp. of Pius XI. AJLS. XXIX. 1337.p. Christmas Eve 1942. AJLS. XXXV, John XXIII, A.A.S. LIII, 1J L,
Leo XIII, Acta Leonis XIII. XI. IS 9 and EncyeL Dirini Redemptcris. 1943. p. 12. p. 439.
XXXIII. 1941. pp. 195-203. 2:. Cf. Radio Message. Christmas Leo XIII. Acta Leonis XIII. IL 412-543. :
3. Cf. Radio Message of Pius XII. 1891. pp. 128129.1C. En. 1944. .A.S. XXXVII. 1945. 1881.. p. 274. 39 Cf. EncyeL Mit brennender Serge-, A.A.S. XXIX. 1937. p. 79 ; and 52. Cf. ApostaHc letter Annum Ingres 59. Cf. Radio Me'sage. Christmas

4 Christinas Eve lit:, A-S.'XXXY, Cf. EncyeL Mater .et Magistra p. 1:. 3:. Cf. Ibid... p. 278; and EncyeL of ,Pius XI. AJLS. XXIX. 1937, p. Radio,:Message! of Pits XII. Christmas *! of Leo XIII Acta Leonis }:n, 1941. AJLS. x."XIIff:, p.
1943. pp..9-24. of- John XXIII. A.VS. LHI mi, :4. Cf. Radio. 'Me aal'e. Christmas Immortal Del of Leo XIII. Acta U,'; and EncyeL DHlnl Redemptoris.AJLS. Eve 114:. AJLS. XXXV' 1943, XIII. XXII. 1902-1903.) pp. U-U. 1?; and Exhortation of Benedict XV
_ 10. Divine Institutions, Book IV. eh. p. 422.: E\e.- Itt:. AJLS.:! XXXV. 1943, p. 21. LeonL XIII. V. 1$5p.. 130. : XXIX. IK". pp. S-Mf.. pp.' 9-24. 63. Wls. C. .1-4. to the rulers of peoples'at war.' Aux

____t 28,*.1; Patrologia Latina, I,.(35. 17. ct. Radio, Message. Pentecost, :S. Eph 4.'25. 34. Actz,5, 29. 40..EoccL .Immortal. Del, Acts .(,. Cf. EncyeL Divini Redemptoris 54. Cf. Radio Message of Pius XII, 1. 1917 AJLS. UC, 1917, p. ill.

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from the Holy Land." in
er import and strongly keeping
Italy, of the expulsion of Father -
He noted that the Sudanese with the spirit of the ecumenical Helen' :M. !'tb PDk. OR 7-4J1I

of the Caesar Verona Gambaretto Fathersfro also m'government's ant i.Christian i ;ni, conference. No country SO So. Atlantic. Ormond Beach'

policy dates back to the year could be more responsivethan Opp. Coqnlua Hotel
southern Sudan after 42 yearsIn
the Africa missions.In 1956, when the nation became PORTABLE CHAPEL BRINGS MASS TO BOLIVIANS the United States' to its

the past!! three months independent. Diocesan Priests from the United States who ,have archdiocese now has some 1000 persons attending :Mass profound appeal and reasser- '
First target of the government tion of the dignity of the Individual CARPETS LINOLEUM
alone, '.'Father Todesco reported minion volunteered. mission service in Latin'erica are weekly at the chapel. Weekly 'Mass is a new institution
the schools
was man's
and to
more than 100 mis- bringing the Mass to the.inhabitants of the Tembladerani to many of the Bolivians, since the shortages of Priests
and laws were passed that an'd. ; liberty pursuitof
resulted) in the confiscation! highlands of La Pax, Bolivia, by means of a portable and the distances involved had made it an impossibility, peace'happin ss". ".

chapel. Father Andrew B. Schierhoff of the St. Louis for most.
of 350( of them Pope John's call for disarmament -
Daytona Beach The most recent action of the with security for all, for Wall To Wall CarpetAlfs

government against Christian Fate of Priests Still Unknown As Retreat SundayRetreat a strengthened' world order

I Insured Superiority In missionaries was passage of Sunday has been through a strengthened United

Cleaning Your Rugs & the missionary societies act of chosen, Father Laurence E. Nations, for the extension of

Carpets In Your Home 19G2, under which many addi. Reds Continue Persecution in Laos Higgins, diocesan director of human rights, religious free- Floor CoveringTelephone

CALLServicemaster tional restrictions were placedon retreats announces. On May dom and economic opportunityto
CL 2.9842
religious activities. 5, the first Sunday in May, all men, expresses the, desire -
(Continued from Fare One)
are represented in a cabinet to bloodshed, which has developed 704 North Beach
the. lay retreat movement of mankind the world over.
Free Quotations Laos. There is still no wordof that seems designed for dead from assassinations to
Deadlines will be railed to the attentionof These should be the aspirationsof
CL 5.3404 CL 5.3404 lock. Each party controls a armed conflict now reportedly .
I Catholics all over the Diocese ( all governments to make
X WI .torl.. from any sourceahenid According to the agreement separate part'of the country involving the Pathet Lao.
you reach "Th Florida Catholic" of St. Augustine he possible the attainment of theencyclical's
office no later than Mondajrj newt signed last summer, the coali and a separate armed force. Last :May and June Kong Le *
J. know said. central
always : peace
pictures shouLd reach the editor by. tion government in Laos was The troika formula has proved joined the chief field commander
Friday for publication in the following based on justice, on truth and
\ when its Uu to be only provisional. One of tricky. of the communist troops,
Fridays for the rights of na
its "immediate tasks" was to An "immediate task" of the General Singkapo Chounra- on respect
Changes In tions and individuals.
prepare for general elections. coalition government was to many, in visiting communist

BABCOCKVACUUM There is no certainty when unify the three armies. governments from East Germany -

I these will take place-if e\'er. It is clear to the whole to North Korea. Now HierarchyMade

SERVICE One certainty about them is world( they' have not been Kong Le' denounces the Reds Italian and American Food
fnrn flute 'cleaning.
Repairs & Parts All Makes that the communists the unified.In for trying to make a commu- TexasWASHINGTON .
5 P.M. 'til! I 11 I P.M.
CL 5.3225 Pathet Lao and their Neo-Lao- fact, two of them are more nist colony out of Laos. Open

317 3rd St.. HOLLY HILL Hak-Sat party-will not agreeto sharply divided from each. The zoneg occupied by the (.N'C) -Sees Banquet Facilities

hold elections until they can other now than they were last three parties have no definite in Texas have bee ,affected flY .'

make sure of winning them. summer. A section .oft Major boundaries; probably no one episcopal appointments a n- Closed Mondays' LUCKY'SPaint

General Kong Le's neutralist of them is in the nounced Wednesday at the
JAY'S FAMOUS FOODS The "coalition" was bound to entirely SAN REMORESTAURANT
troops has apparently left him hands of Apostolic Delegation here.
any single group.In
OF DAYTONA end in collusion, collapse
TIlE or &
and come closer to the communist general,' the north can be Pope John XXIII has trans. Body Shop
BREAKFAST LUNCH FILL COl'RSE DINNERS collision. Which it will be, and Pathet,. Lao. He .a n d. said to be held by the communist ferred Bishop.John L. Morkov-

FIZZA AS you LIKE IT when, is not yet clear.. the main body of his men have Pathet Lao, the south by sky"JJ; th.op of Amarillp, to Gal. ;. J290 Sp, KIDGEWOOD, t 642 N. Ridgewood .(Rear)
till So. AtUntle CL 3-940
The rightists, the.neutralistsand moved ,further away from the the rightists, and the two citiesof \eston-HousJon and named him CL 2-1357 CL 3.2266 Free Quotations

the communist Pathet Lao communists. The split has led Vientiane and Luang Pra- titular Bishop of Tigava and

"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS SINCE I 1881" bang by the neutralists. Many coadjutor with the right of

Joe Williams government officials probably succession there to Bishop DAYTONA PLAZA HOTEL

Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons favor the' neutralists but they' Wendelin J. Nold. ,

Begii'Figh watch anxiously to learn how A Fort Worth' pastor, Mon- _ Catering To
Registered Jewelers Ex-Champions; the wind Is blowing. signer Lawrence M. DeFalco,

CL 2-2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St. S It'; is believed that many has been named Bishop of WEDDINGS -PARTIES

For National League Flag-I north Vietnamese communist Amarillo.- .
>' soldiers are still in northern Bishop Morkovsky, 53, is a RECEPTIONSCONVENTIONS-

PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES DUPLICATED applied to the National League, which has had five La 's-. Racial similarities makeit native of Texas. He receivedhis .
AS t .. ,
doctprate in theology at the .
different winners in the past five years, 'prognostication easy for them to blend with ,**,,,,* <.<**
Gregorian University in Rome "On World's Most Famous Beac"
CONTACT ARTIFICIAL is like .',. what's that other word?' -. is mote, a,:* Laotian troops The and international'control the general where he was ordained to the DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA ,

LENSES EYES waste than a theft of time. population.commission Priesthood in December, 1933. CL2.47thBURNS;
Not even Nostradamus could make his figures standup appears to
be' largely: ineffective. He had been a parish Priest,
against the sudden appearance of a dead ', : I ,t.- seminary professor and San

SCHWALM OPTICAL finger. The San Francisco Giants didn't '<-'f Antonio archdiocesan: school

163 BROADWAY CL 3.2813 DAYTONA win the pennant last season1; they- ghoulishly ,. Bishop Duffy Marks superintendent.

plucked it from a strangely lifeless He was consecrated a Bishop i .

talon attached to Sandy Koufax's pitching 1?') 50th Anniversary as auxiliary Amarillo, Supplies
February 22, 195G; and succeeded
Retail Sales hand. Overlooked in the repetitious recitalof w JANITOR
DAYTONA the two-way-stretch collapse of the Los 'J HOT- S PR I XG S, Arkansas to the Amarillo !see as
Discount Prices (XC) -'Retired Bishop 'James Ordinary on July-.II, 1938. SUPPLIES
Angeles todgers) and the, Giants was that ;
A. Duffy of Cranci' Island Ne Bishop-elect DeFalco, a native :
the Cincinnati Reds went into a tail-spin,
FURNITURELarge braska, quietly observed on of Pennsylvania, was or- JANITOR
almost lost six
equally as appalling. They April 16 his 50th anniversaryas dained a Priest, June 11, 1942, .

of their last nine road games, includingtwo a Bishop at his home in St. in Little Rock,where he studied SERVICES

Selection SHOWROOMS or three to the dismal.New York Mets, _against whom Joseph's Infirmary here. V. for the Priesthood at St. John's '1

Quality I Furniture they were 13-5 for the season. The. Ohioans with. a sound Seminary. He later studied, 651 N. BEACH ST. PH 25281'14I

Robert LWhife Pres. pitcher, Bob Purkey, might _Three days earlier, on April canon law at the Gregorian in
13 celebrated his
Bishop Duffy
Municipal Airport- Off Hwy. 92 very well take it all. to pull out Pittsburgh because -,'90th birthday. Rome.
Now the 19fi3!> National the He has held diocesan chancery
Terminal city, erecting a new } '
Opposite Building pennant race could finish like stadium, believes! they shouldparti Bishop i! Duffy is the first, positions. and has laboredas Go 'Gas .. Live Modern CookingWater

this: ,. pate..to.a greater extent. Bishop in ,the United States a parish Pri st1te: became Heating. Clothes Drying Refrigeration

'62 finish than the proffered $2 million. to ,serve for 50 years as a pastor of St. Patrick's ccncathe-

CLUB 92 SKYLINE 1. Dodgers 2nd, 1 G.B. The city thinks $5 million member of the hierarchy dral in Fort Worth In January GAS CENTRAL HEATING

2. Giants 1st, playoff would be more equitable. since James Cardinal Gibbons 1962.

RESTAURANTSLobster 3. Reds :3rd 31 ".We'll simply, have to look of Baltimore celebrated his ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONINGGREEN'S I

4. PirateS' 4th,. 8 'around for another place to jubilee in 19181: .

Frog Legs Shrimp 5. Braves 5th, 151 the I
play, was reaction of Tom Bishop Duffy is also the

ALL YOU CAN EAT $3.25 6. Phillies 7th, 20 Johnson, management spokes-.second oldest Bishop i nth e Fuel Gas ServiceFREE
7. 6th, 171
-man. United States. Only Bishop Ed. QUOTATIONS CALL US TODAY
Steaks Italian Foods Sea Foods
8. Mets 10th
601 It is not difficult to under-.mund Gibbons, 94-year-old: retired CL 2.5951 CL 3.2255 830 No. Ridgewood
9. Houston 8th OWN ..
361 -
.stand how the gentleman'got Bishop of Albany. New
CLUB 92 U.S. 92 SKYLINE U.S. 1 10. Cubs 9th. 421
that York is older.
way. In view of lavish ,
To repeat, with Purkey, the ,
Opp. Speedway-CL 3-9812 at Airport-New SmyrnaHARRIETT concessions; granted other owners ,Born in St. Paul in 1873, p
Reds can all the with. '
go way; elsewhere, he no doubt Bishop Duffy was ordained; in LAMPS FIXTURES IMPORTS
out him, they're dead. Theydidn't '
feels the Pirates are being extraordinarily -May, 1S99. He became Bishop
miss by much last sea '
magnanimous. of.the Kearney (later to. be
son. One of the few recent NL
When Walter O'Malley bankrolled cajled Grand Island) diocese in
:. defending champions to makea AURORA LIGHTING
.. .. salon off beautyWe respectable effort to repeat. the Dodgers stunning 1913 and resigned in 1931. He
t stadium in Los Angeles,.which was the first ordinary of the See

=:f'-. .. Are Specialists The Pittsburgh Pirates swaggered opened last .spring, it was the diocese, which is now" headed ROSE CROVELLA REALTY Wholesale and Retail
: .' Let clean redress and WIG to the '60
: 1 us style your i championship first privately financed ball by Bishop John L. Pas h ng. DIPLOMATIC CENTER

:. Make your appointments now with one of largely on the tradesmanship park since the Yankees' in 1923.39.years CL 2-4723 CL 2-2875 Phone 252-7130
our TROPHY WINNERS! of general manager Joe L.. : Member I' I
ago. -
All professional in Beauty Culture Brown, son of the indestruct. WhOle I. Dart... Beach atepat
:More than half the clubs in Our Lady' of Lourdes A fixture For Every e d.' 623 Grandview Ave.
Don Crimi Gay Leonhardt ible comedian. Brown returned KAY'S Restaurant
I the ,two majors today present
Shirley Ramsey Margaret Frey to the ivory marts 1ast''winter their commercial in 734 Main StreetUNEXCELL.ED '

9 to 5 Monday thru Saturday-{(Special appointments after 5)) and came back with: .spectacles FOOD .
208 Seabreeze Blvd. CL 5-1011 Pitchers Don Cardwell and outdoortheaters built, by taxpayer AT REASONABLE PRICES' Hard of hearing I I
I dollars, for the most part
Don' Schwalr from the Cubs- HOMEMADE PASTRIES
token rental, and in some
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Jim Pagliaronf, also
anteed minimum attendance. '

CLEANERS r'INSEClIClDfS \ from the Red Sox, infielder: It -Isn't: that baseball .is opposed Furniture' Books FOR BATTERIES OR REPAIR .
Julio Cards but-
DETERGENTS Gotay, and Greeting Cards .
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.. DEODORANTSFLOOR sr1 r-1 These fielder, plus Ted Savage infielder, Phils.Bob well system, if you as such can,get it's somethingfor just LLOYD Office Supplies COX SERVICE FOR THE NEXT TWO YEARSY!

Bailey, $175,000 hot bonus pros free, or at cut rates; For complete information on our small new hearing aids, so trouble free that
CHEMICAL I CO. pect, gives manager Danny CL 2-3473 offer two replacement! ...
% wouldn't It be stupid to pay. we can a year guarantee on all models,. .
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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 19, 1963 TAMPA

Boston College's Evaluators ScanD ChapelMass Sistine 1 i KawaiicxRvillage\i

a t a of Diocesan School Survey HeldContinued 4 iS. 'Sr

(Continued from Page One) ties, !in many different re ment (curriculum, instruction, .

tains an office and a staff for gions." and materials)." ( from Page One) r "\) -'
that their will be 4. I
the specific of conducting authority accepted .
purpose While school l. surveys designed Principals of each 0 f the O
better by their peoplesif 1 : r
school Such if
surveys. to assist in the solutionof schools completed question- : .
they it in spirit of hum '_
use a
offices are known by a varietyof a broad range of educational naires. Each member of the fac
ble service and total devotionto v'ft
names: at Boston College, it ulties also completed question-
problems have been common in LOUNGE
is the Office of Educational the good of all, he said.
public school systems in this naires. Members of the survey
Research in the School of Ed country, Diocese-wide studiesof team visited all classes. The congregation, apart froma i. MOTEL
ucation. handful 0 f newsmen, was Mesic For Dancing Nitely By
Catholic schools are few in Now embarked upon Phase
Their .function is t 0 ,make number, according to Dr. Two, the Boston? College educators made up of ambassadors, min- THE SHERMAN
isters plenipotentiary, first sec-
studies of various aspects of a Walsh who adds: will interpret and HAYES ORCHESTRA
retaries and their wives and
school system's operation and 'The evaluate: all data gathered. for
practical problemsposed
families. The diplomats wore BREAKFAST. -DINNER
to make recommendationswhich the formulation of commendations -
the best by the geographical dispersion formal full dress with gold em- DIOCESAN RETREAT PROMOTERS MAP STRATEGY f FOR COMING SEASONdent BANQUET FACILITIES
represent judge and recommendations.
of school In a diocese, 2522 Ne.Dele Mabry Hwy.. US.92
broidered collars, their chests Schedules of closed retreats son, secretary, Tampa James Arthur Nelson,
ment, says Dr. Walsh, of qualified compared to the. closer This work, said the survey di- ; ; for information or reservations call
objective, and independent of schools in a city .or rector will. be done. in staff studded with orders of honor'or this summer for the laity Walter, second vice-president, past! president,St. Peterxburpr. 877-5872

professionals. The policy at county system, well betpart meetings at Boston College. slashed with wide ribbons of were adopted at the recent Clearwater; Tony Altieri, Joseph O'llourke, West

Boston College, he adds, is to of the reason may for the relative various papal orders. meeting: of coordinators from president, Xortheast Florida Coast Association, St. Petersburg If and when you buy, please
only who have Yet despite the magnificenceof the Retreat Associations! of Association, Jacksonville; Bill not when from Florida Catholic
use persons professorial infrequency of of DCCW convenesApril was present 1 buy a
rank in the conductof surveys" the setting and the special the Diocese, from the left, Phelan, publicity, Tampa; advertiser.
the photographed.
Catholic school was '
systems. 23 in nature of the congregation, it seated: Father W. Thomas F. E. "Paddy" Hum, presl-" group
surveys. Tampa
The current of schoolsof ,
survey the of the
was figure 82-year- Lark in, spiritual director,
"Our St.. Augustine surveystaff" the Diocese of St. Augustine, (Continued from Par One) old Pontiff, offering Mass as a Northeast Florida Laymen'sand I IN TAMPA---
he said "consists! of he Is viewed hereat Papal Peace Plea I ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE
says, "by us the Tuesday evening event.On simple Priest, that dominatedthe Layw omen's Retreat Associations !-

faculty members who have Boston College as a most Wednesday morning, theDCCW's occasion.It Jacksonville; Ab- Repeated Easter HILLSBORO HOTELDIRECTLY
been trained at some 20 different significant and forward-looking ,
deceased members will
Bowman O.S.B.,
was the first time that bot Marion ,
universities:' throughout undertaking" which reflects.the be for at DialogueMass (Continued from Fare One) ACROSS THE STREET FROM
prayed a Pope John chose to commem-- Abbot 0 f St. I.'o'shbp), CHURCH
the country, and have commitment to educational excellence Catholics take SACRED HEART
and to
to be celebrated Father urged
: orate the Last Supper of Christ and Father Laurence E. Higgins -
had teaching experience in which the Diocese has Smith at 8 a.m., in 'Sacred solely in the presence of the diocesan director of part in them in greater num

elementary and secondary made. Heart Church. Vatican diplomatic,corps. retreats, Tampa; standing, bers.

schools, as \\fas universi-' Stimulated by this and a Mrs. McCarthy will be.welcomed The decision sprang from Mrs. Richard J. Sullivan, "We wish to pay homage to

few other examples, says Dr. at the 10 a.m. business the Pope's desire to give special president West Florida Catholic the cultural organizationswhich OUR LADY OF THE HILLSCAMP

JACKSONVILLEi Walsh, the next decade session on Wednesday. T lie 1 note to the official publication I ')omen's Retreat Association are laboring in every
should see other diocesan field-political, cultural and
many .
program Wednesday will of his momentous encyclical Tampa; Miss! I.
systems engaging in feature Father Thomas J. on peace,"Pacem in Terris." Vera Abood, president, Xorth- charitable-to serve man in his

this type of evaluation. Bresnahan of Detroit, directorof for 10 a.m. on Thursday. east Florida LaywomciTs Retreat dignity as a person, as a brother -

Phase One of the Boston the Gabriel Richard Insti- Association, Jacksonville and as a son of God.

STEER College survey, he said, consisted tute. Council Expert ; and )Ir.. Stanley J. "In.this noble endeavor Catholics -
ROOIvtCfjlhCOAt. cf a 11 those activities are both present and ac- 'Ie: .
Diocesan board members will 1 Krajewski, publicity, West - -
which provided the evaluating elect officers that afternoon WOODSTOCK, Maryland Florida, Tampa. tive. And We are confident that A Catholic camp for boys and girls ages
(XO-Father John Courtney the number of those who undertake
agency with data about the prior to the banquet scheduled Also, standing Lay Retreat 7 to 16. ZOO acres, 37 buildings in the
Murray S.J., professor of the- this service in an apos-
schools, the teachers, the administrators in the'Palm Room of the Tam officers, Will If. Vann, past Blue Ridge Mountains. Large modern
.' >aAOUSD ology Woodstock College, tolic manner will increase,
i STEAKS and the, pupils, pa Terrace Hotel.A has been named an expert for president, SU Petersburg; Joseph Pope John said. pool, mountain lake, with all camping

Foot of Beaver. St. V lad net together with data about the final board meeting is set the Second Vatican Ecumenical McGaughan, past president activities guided by trained counselors.

EL lSC "teaching-learning environEASTERUNG for 10 a.m. on Thursday. Council. Tampa; Arthur John- Ideal accommodations for visiting par

St. Augustine ents. Camp provides pick-up service to

er from nearest rail, air, bus terminal.A .

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Margaret :Mealey (left) of Washington, D.C., gives leadership pamphletsto plan can retirement also provide income.substantial 'boys-grades 5th thru 9th

Mrs. Charles Ockelman of Sarasota, president of the Southwest Coast Deanery Give him a call todayl I Write: FATHER DIRECTOR
The Colamondin miniature
Orange a ,
genuine Council of Catholic Women, who attended the recent national leadership training institute P. O. BOX 548 CAMP DON BOSCO r

fruit-bearing ornamental citrus tree! in :Miami. At right is Miss Frederica Peebles of Dunedin, a student at Barry VA 42385ST. P. O. BOX "H"

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ANGE COUNTY) FLORIDA. Please print or type clearly To reach Camp San Pedro i o n beautiful Lake Howell
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parishes espe- only to provide a wholesome outdoor life but also at the same time,
LOUIS W. PETERSON cially. to assist in the true character formation of each activity that tales

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PURE ALTAR WINES Father Haktead will be c ,,,7, L; the camper is in the light of the example of Catholicity at all times.
serving his first year as On the staff of Counselors will be Diocesan Seminarians.First .
ramp director a post held hilt' ,

heretofore b). Monsignor:

Cook-out mom-style George W. Cummings of 1 s Session: Boys ((3 weeks)
4 1C Cf.,.. June 9th to June 28th
Until closer to camp opening, ...:
r interested campers and their ; i" Second Session: Girls ((2 weeks]

parents should address in- ... ':
s. : :: June 30 to July I 12th
quiries about Good Counsel \ .

Camp to Father Halstead at \ 'IP'4 k 10\\- Third Session: Boys, ((3 weeks)

P. O. Box 13916, Gainesville,
t 14th to 2nd
) July August
Florida; telephone FRanklin 1 1.r 1. S
f e 23533. - --- - - - - .

Early reservations are urged. U TEAR OFF, AND NAIL .

Woodcraft at Good Counsel for ii I REV. FATHER HUBERT J. REASON, CAMP DIRECTOR
S : F .... I
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wide television program. He = I .. 1
will play with the Columbia 1 I
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