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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 26, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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In JusticeBy -
ST. AUGUSTINEFatherIrvine
Fr. Lawrence Cunningham
is the virtue that Nugent, in disclosingthe r
JUSTICE May schedule of diocesan Y
the relation between
"mine" and "thine." This examinations for prospective ot tc

virtue obliges us to render to seminarians, has asked parish
each one his Priests to announce the
due. Because time and place of the testing

justice is thecontrolling arranged for their areas. W tt

factor : "There is no work that is
in the rela .4
tion of man to as vital to the Church and to XXIV, No. 26 Orlando, Florida, Friday, April 26, 1963 Ten Cents
the salvation of souls" as
man it is one
of the foundation 1' this work of vocations, said
stones of e the Chancellor of the Di-

human The society. ocese. -- LL of St. AugustineSt.
recognition The subject of Vocations was Diocese
Fr.CDD.ID balll
Of
fight treated this week in Tampa,
and obligation touches man meanwhile, by one of the di- t Augustine Florida
,
both as an individual and as ocesan Priests who addressedthe
a member of the social com Catholic
munity. their convention women at the holding Tampa VYz4j4 April 18, 1963

We are all familiar with Justice Terrace hotel. r Dear Reverend Father: and pacifist in the age-old combat with
and its exercise. We havean
of little faith
Father Thomas Burns of Tallahassee error and evil. To such men ,
almost instinctual appreciation urged the women assembled I have designated that Sunday, May 5, nothing is worth dying for, and nothingbut
of our neighbor's right to to make their homes 1963, be Retreat Sunday throughout the self is worth living for."
life and property. We recoil
places where nurtured Diocese of St. Augustine.
are vocations
when the laborer is underpaid; We can begin correcting this afflictionby
their children.
when the thief :steals; when a. He called among( for them to show Pope Pius XI has stated that "the Lay attending one 0 f the closed retreats
person is denied the due process Movement is the chief means of
:
Retreat will have
their boys and girls how they where the Grace of God an oppor-
of law. The word "unjust"or might place their talents in the restoring all things to Christ. It is in the tunity, in the silence and prayer afforded
"injustice" comes very easily hands the silence and made possible at a retreat in and re-direct our
of Church of Christ. Y prayer there, to work us
to God our lips.is Just God The number of applications LL- that every citizen in the world will values and goals where they need re-direc
have that personal contact with the truth
What is the religious significance of candidates for the sacred tion.
of Justice? Does the exercise Priesthood of the Diocese, it PRIESTHOOD'S GREATEST PRIVILEGE and love of Christ which will provide the
in the world." I would appreciate it if you would read
of this virtue play an was revealed at the Chancery, foundation for his apostolate
this letter at all the :Masses on Retreat
Is gratifying to Archbishop Joseph
important perfection part? Is in it our of strugglefor positive P. Hurley and the pastorsof Oldest Mission's Cross As I said to you in my Pastoral letterof Sunday, and direct your sermons to this
October 1 1962, on the opening of the
value in our quest for God? the parishes from which the noble cause.
prospective seminarians will Ecumenical Council of the Church, "if we
It is quite obvious that we of God abide with all
must be aware of the demandsof come. are'to remedy the spiritual power failure May the blessing
Will be Beacon 'to Men first realize that of you.
must
Justice in order to lead a Sixty American young men among ourselves, we

moral life. Unless we are con- are studying for the Priesthoodof the crisis of our times is primarily a crisisof Devotedly yours in Christ, ,
stant in the exercise of the virtue the Diocese in ten seminaries faith. Too many men profess a faith
ST. AUGUSTINE Down the centuries the Church through her teachers Joseph P. Hurley
it Pre through to in-
that makes us a basic per was reported. which is not deep and alive enough
son of honesty, we will never paring to be missionary Priests has illuminated the minds of man, Father Mortimer Danaher told 2500 pilgrims at the fluence their lives. The Christian mood ArchbishopBishop
also :Mission of Nombre De Dios in St. on Low Sunday afternoon.In of Saint Augustine
lead a life of union with God. to the Diocese are young Augustine today is passive, indifferent, almost neutral
The inability to render to an- men in Ireland and in Spain. these months ahead when Florida prepares to commemorate the 400th anniversary -

other what is his due reveals In addition to the seminarians ; of St. Augustine, he said, there will rise off the shores of America's Oldest :Mission I

a n egoism and a selfishnessthat studying in the United States, "a cross majestic to behold from land, sea and air." This cross, which Father Danaher -

is Incompatible with a true there are young men preparing said we were privileged to "make our project," symbolizes the illumination the
spiritual life. of Diocese Given
Justice however, has a relevance r SERVE, Page 9 Church gives men. Through the centuries, said Symons subdeacon. Father Women
the Father Danaher, the Church's Heslin is president of the St.
for us beyond mere
exercise of basic virtue.Justice "beacon of light has beckoned Augustine Foundation which Role
has for depraved creatures to her warm has charge of the Quadricenten- Fisher Apostolate
as a virtue, respect A: Schedule of Examinations
something or someone outsideone' embrace." nial celebration at the Missionin
self. Thus the exercise of Candidates "She is indeed the mother of 19C5.
i. For Seminary this weeK asked to rally en-
this virtue obliges us to be all of us," he said, "and a good Chaplains to the Archbishopwere TAMPA-Catholic women, convened in Tampa were
of .- mother excludes none of her Father Thaddeus McHughand thusiastically to the mandate of Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley to "convince the worldof
'aware and
v stay aware This year's diocesan examinations for prospective
others Justice helps us to seminarians will be held in May, Father; Irvine Nugent children." Father John O'Flaherty. God" in the lay apostolate of Fishers of Souls for Christ and His Church.
realize fully that we live In a has announced. The Chancellor, in a letter to all pastorsof Father Danaher, who presides Among the Priests I nth e Keynoter of the 33rd annual convention of the St. Augustine Diocesan Council of

social-world and our world is the Diocese of St. Augustine, publishes this scheduleof over San Jose parish and procession were Monsignor Catholic Women, Father Vincent E. Smith, ,the Council's assistant diocesan spiritual
inexorably bound up with the time and place for applicants. Diocesan Priests will Bishop Kenny High School in John P. McNulty V.G. and Mon- moderator, promised that the women would "respond magnanimously" to the mandate.

lives and the world' of,other, give the examination.4.*'* ._ Jacksonville and ,Js chairmanof /:Sfgnor-James* B. 'ct onan. This "invitation to work in the vineyard of the Church" was stressed also In the

This twarenees-ot the Friday, May 10 the diocesan Board'of Cath1olic Leading all the pilgrims in sermon given at the convention's principal Mass on April 23. The preacher, Father

rights the needs,and the limitations -' ,%t Orlando 4 p.m. '.'. Schools, addressed a con the recitation of the rosary Bernard F. Dittman, called it "the commanding voice of Christ" which still comes to us
others and of our : gregation which participated in during ,the procession f the the and Bishops of our time.
of obli :1 Bishop Moore High School the annual march around the Blessed Sacrament was the through the Gospel and has been urged anew by Popes
and
duty .
corresponding 4
these needs '* : Lakeland p.m. :' grounds of the Oldest Mission. voice of Monsignor John J. Father Dittman (added exat convention sessions! held in Tampa, bringing the national
towards
constitutes gallon Justice. Santa Fe High School '. Archbishop Joseph P.Hur Reardon chaplain at the United cerpts ot his sermon Page 9) the Tampa Terrace Hotel in. goals to the attention of the

But It also does more. This Saturday, May 11 --- Icy and 17 of his Priests 'States Naval Air Station in spoke at:""theMissa Cantata heated that more than 400 women of this Diocese in talks

recognition of others in Justice St. Petersburg 2 p.m. joined the traditional afternoon Jacksonville. His voice car- Tuesday rning celebrated by w omen were representing Tuesday and Wednesday.
also forms the background for Bishop Barry High School ceremonies, just off ried out over the gnarled trees the Archbishpp in Christ the their parish organizations at (Coverage of those portions

the exercise of charity. Once Daytona Beach 10 a.m. U.S. Highway One in old St. that shaded the pilgrims' paths King Church. the annual convention. of the convention unavailableat
strict obligations Augustine. from the brilliant shafts of the Father Smith keynoted the press time will be given
we have fulfilled our Father Lopez High School E. Nolan afternoon sun.Monsignor. deliberations at. the opening Tuesday evening, Mrs.: Joseph next week in The Florida Cath
Patrick
and
free Monsignor
then we are Sarasota 10 a.m.
McXulty's large business session at which Mrs. McCarthy of San Fran. olic).
able to listen to the prompting Cardinal Mooney High School V.l:. carried the Most Blessed Including altar boys Joseph Schoebert of Eau Gal- cisco, newly elected presidentlie 'The strength of your Nation
to Sacrament under a assisted group
canopy
of charity; we are prepared :Melbourne 2 p.m. of the National Council of Church" Father
1 love of God. by Father James J. Hes- from his parish in Largo, DCCW president, presided. anti your ,
do more for the Central Catholic High School Keith OLDEST, Page 9 Attendance at the Mass and CatholicVbmen, arrived in Smith told DCCW delegates In
never be a substi-- lin, deacon, and Father -.
can -
Charity -
-- -
-------
Clearwater 10 a.m. the keynote address, "and your
Justice, but It can bits
tute for and children's stability -
Central Catholic High School A k own your
fulfillment depend on the homes of
Pius XI had fully recognizedthis Sunday, May 12Jacksonville our Nation.
when he wrote, in "Quadragesimo 3 p.m. ". Mh
"As of now, there is a vast
Anno: Bishop Kenny High School : army of unchurched youth
"Admittedly n o vicarious Tampa 3 p.m. -. 'i who will be fathers and moth.
charity can substitute for jus Tampa Catholic High School f / ers of tomorrow. Our defenseis
tice which is due as an obligation -- the Catholic school and our

and would be wrongfully '. a; Confraternity of Christian Doc
denied. Yet even supposingthat P "
everyone should receive Starke Citizens i Observe : trine.The theme of the convention
him, the widest
' all that is due "
"That All May Be One,

field for open.charity For will Justice always alone remain Msgr. Edward Pace Day was influenced Ecumenical by Council the Second of

can, if faithfully observed, remove yr rr the Vatican, now In progress! ,
the cause of social con STARKE-Monsignor: William Barry P.A. of Miami f which calls for a renewed

flict, but it can never bring Beach will be in Starke on Friday, April 26, to preach the ; dedication of Christ's followers -

about a union of hearts and sermon at the 25th anniversary Mass of the death of anative t,) bring other men Into

minds." of Starke, Monsignor a.m., Father Cornelius' A. His ranks.

Grace Works in Men whether ,Edward A. Pace.ArchbIshop Dougherty, the Starke parish \\C.Olii6.i.. ._-l'.LO+trlR: 'N.i.faY.sa,x. w ", <.a .],. ..: Father Smith translated this
This brings us to ask Joseph P. Hurleywill Priest, has announced. Monsignor OPENS DCCW CONVENTION IN TAMPA THIS WEEK aspiration Into practical con
there is such a thing as a specifically JVIISSA CANTATA
dedicate a memorial plaque Pace died in Washington The occasion marked the cepts open to Catholic women
Christian Justice? We members and delegates from parish Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley.
board
D.C. 26 1938. Diocesan to knock on doors to
marking the occasion and will April willing
think that there is. in singing the at the Missa opening of the 33rd annual convention. Tie Archbishopclosed
affiliations responses
celebrate the Requiem Mass in :1. G. Cardinal CicognanlSTARKE joined accomplish the task given to
Certainly it is true that a St. Edward's Church at 10:30 Page 10 Cantata offered Tuesday in Christ the King Church by the convention with a banquet address.CKOSSBEAREIl them: of finding strayed or lostWOMEN
renders what is due in
pagan _- 'J__ -oJ'WI; ': Page 10

the tian.same Yet manner for the as Christian a Chris., i :' rNr: __ f i--- ___._ _
-
operating under the influenceof ____ tai 'Mater Dei'Will

grace and the infused virtues t/ I -n
the exercise of justice be : : : _
OpenIn
comes less a rendering of a

debt, and more of a personal
relationship existing between Summer
brother and brother. The exercise .

of mere natural morality DAYTOXA BEACH Be.

takes on a new and specifically tween now and June, persons
Christian sense and urgency.We interested in Daytona Beach's
render what is due, not Mater Dei, home and clinic for

because of a detached sense the aged, will study presenta
of duty, but because of a Lions for the establishment of
vivid awareness of others and an Auxiliary for the home. The
their needs as real or potential new nursing home for the aged

members of the Body of : is rapidly being completed In

Christ. 1&i'i this area.
I
.If we can view the exerciseof w In June, a definite plan for
the virtue of justice in its A the establishment of the Auxiliary

fulfillment, we can have a better will be presented to
appreciation of the new the Daytona Reach Board of

dimension that the life of grace : __ Catholic Charities

opens for us on the most ele _*, i __ Father John J. Lenihan, dlxe.jn -
mental level. __ executive secretary of
Justice, inspired by grace, becomes 4 he Bureau, attended the mid-
a dynamic quality in us. April Daytona Beach Board
It is a beautiful illustration ol meeting last week. He said
the depth and the implicationof I dater Dei Clinic, would open
,.. -
._ ra.0ialt -
the whole Christian expe M. AUGUSTINE MATER DEI, Page 9gt.I
rience. i AND ALTAR BOYS LED LOW SUNDAY'S PUBLIC; PROCESSION OF BLESSED SACRAMENT, ST.



Two The Florida C'lathollc, Friday, April 26, 1963
roar ST. PETERSBURG



ST. PETERSBURG Florida Reports h Retrtjrreti MUMFORD- Air C..clIU..br

o nson. nc. a Heat Pump Sfrvlr
Good Void Appll..n.US .
MUTUAL FUNDSTint 'tho St. South
Federal Handing I TallahasseeBLESSED Jacksonville rbonec
la1' 598.5157Ite 8SI-S1I1
100-Uth Street berth SACRAMENT ASSUMPTION
PHONE 517.7815Jackson's
Officers of the Women's Mrs.James Fogarty last week _
Guild will be Installed in the installed these officers electedby OVER 35 YEARS OF AGE

school cafeteria at the annual the members of Assumption : HANDS TIED

Shoes Communion breakfast. This Parish Guild: l,1II_ BECAUSETHEY

Ladies' & Men's will be served on May 5 after Mrs. Joseph A. Morrow, pres- ._ LACKTRAINING
_
9 o'clock Mass. ident; Mrs. George Dewey and -- __ I

Clinic Miller Later In the day from 4 to 7 Mrs. E. L. Heindel, vice-pres L ?

Vitality-Weyenberg pm.t the fifth annual straw- idents; Mrs. C. Hardy, secre- ;
Cushioned Bellaires tary; and Mrs. Thomas J. Doyle, I'rccJlU:
berry ice cream festival will treasurer. HI OH FAT8ECCBITT

641 Central Ave. 862.1355 draw families back to the par Reservations for the May 5 v..4 ,

ish for social hours.I annual Communion! breakfast fan B. Yn,1ch..u4
'
after 7 o'clock Mass are asked % TralalafFor

I TERMITES SWARMING ? ? by May 2 and should be placed Stare Iafonnatl TtB
-FOR AN HONEST DEAL CALL O'NEAL":9'cteat with :Mrs. G. W. Schill or Mrs.S. Out This C.up.a or Can

F. Carraway. same ........................

(: (Oevmlle & Jsesl @ nll' l HOLY ROSARYFour Address ......................
City . ... ...................
members of Scout
PAUL G. IMIILLlri' President Boy State . ... ..............-..
SERVING:; riNELLAS Troop 31, Holy Rosary parish, .. ._ .... .. ....
COUNTY OVER 25 TEARS -" '--- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- --
t8!l FalrfUld AT.. So. St. IVt.-r.barc Telephone 8St-21Z8 I received Ad Altare Dei awards VOCATIONS FOR RELIGIOUS, THEME AT ST. MARTHA'S SCHOOL Gulfport

this month in Jacksonville. Father :Monsignor! C. L. Elslander V.F. and Sister M. Rosanna with children who worked on posters having Vocation of

John J. Guntner C.SS.R., O.S.B., principal of St. Martha's School in Sarasota, pose themes. Academy
troop chaplain, presented the .
Culture
medals at an investiture ceremony DeBaryST. TampaST. St. PetersburgST. Beauty
For Your Real Estate at Benediction 0 f the If and when you buy, please 345-4435

And Insurance Needs Call Most: Blessed Sacrament in ANN Smorgasbord. LAWRENCE will be servedat Mrs. E. J. Tavlin of St. John buy from a Florida Catholic Uti Oulfport Bl. St. r.l.nbarj
Mrs. Carolyn Peck, past president
Holy Rosary Church. Frank Mediavilla, Director
LaVoie Realty & Insurance of the Orlando-Central Busch Gardens on May 1 at parish, St. Petersburg Beach, advertiser.
Winners were Daniel A.
has installed the .
officers of St.Raphael's
7:30 p.m., for the benefit of .
at the
presided in.
Deanery
4154 Central Lhotka, Johnny Otjen, Stephen
Avenue Phone 896-4133 Catholic Charities of Women's Guild. Father
Tampa.
Placke and Rogi Yazgih. stallation of officers of St. William J. Weinheimer & co.
DANIEL \WINTER
..-r.-r.-r.-r.-r.-r.-r.-r.-r ---r.-r.-r.-r.-r -r.-r ..-r.----r.-r.-r.-r rr.-r.-r ..-r.-r.-r.-r.-r.-r.-r SACRED HEART Ann's. Guild at_ the Aprirmeeting. in Father making Laurence the announcement E. Higgins,, congratulated the leaders at the T.

Father T. Leo Danaher has The new officers are Mrs. said that there would be good first formal installation heldon HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS
Hiiinmiiniiiiiniiiiuiiiiiiniiiiniriiuniiiiiiruiiiniiiiiinm nminrninnnniHimiaiit encouraged the officers elected Thursday of last week in
3 Z Franklin A. Mathewson, presi- entertainment and plenty of 403 FJ.OIUn.TJlB.TRB IlLDG. ST. PETERSBURG
9 OFFERS I for Sacred Heart Guild. They dent; Mrs. Howard A. Yerkes, good food and that everyone the social hall. TELEPHONE 862-0381
are Mrs. Robert D. Swaney, would be most welcome. A buffet supper was servedfor :
Mrs. Leon H.
3 vice-president;
2.] & Bedroom president Mrs. Arthur Rich- 92 members. Mrs. John
0 4 Homes in | ; Lormel, secretary; and Mrs. The event is being sponsoredby
= man and Mrs. Robert Head, Holy Rosary council, No. Barger, outgoing president, was
treasurer.On
Lucy Gallop,
P St. Jude Parish C
I vice-presidents; M r s. Lester May 9, members of the 5092, Knights of Columbus, for presented a gift. ,
Transfiguration i Parish =a Curole, recording, and Mrs. Women's Guild and the Holy the benefit of Catholic Chari- New officers are Mrs. WalterB.
ties. Fries, president; Mrs. David
secretaries Name Society will attend Com-
JESUIT Mitchell, vice-president; Mrs.
Parish c munion breakfast together at
a nan, treasurer. Louis L. Sarbeck and Mrs.
p. the DeBary Restaurant, follow "The String Quartet No. 1
cC Guild members invite friendsto (Victory)" by Father Bruno Stephen Marcinka, recordingand oeE.r SAT.
ing 9 o'clock Mass at St. Ann 5 to 12 IQOON
5 attend their Tupperware Markaitis SJ. is scheduled for corresponding secretaries;

i 1325 Arlington Avenue N. Phone 862-4136 ifauHuiuuioiiiiiuiiuiatiiiHHiuiauiiiiHiiiiQiimnmiiniiiimnii party, April 30 at 8 p.m. In the Church. first performance today (April Mrs. L. Ruczynskl, treasurer; rhODe ST. PETERSBURG BEACH
: antuinniiatiiiiii i church hall. Jacksonville 26)) at the Jesuit High School and Mrs. R. W. Roberts, parlia 75th AT*. Golf MUd TRUST
380-5581 Tour Account Insured br T.D.I.C. 8ERTICB
At the recent meeting, :Miss auditorium. The University of mentarian.ST. .

I Kathleen Reilly, long-time executive BeachJennifer South Florida String Quartet is MARYSt.

BY THE BOX secretary of the Jack. Hayward, daughterof to play the work, cast in three Martin's Guild of St. THE CATHOLIC SHOP ....
sonville office of Catholic Char- Vice-Admiral and Mrs. John'T. movements and in contemporary Petersburg will sponsor a card

OR BUCKET ities Bureau, Inc., addressed Hayward of Atlantic Beach, style, Father Larion J. party in aid of the Immaculate of
Vi! :, the group. She spoke of the is a student at Manhattanville Elliot S.J. announces. Conception parish in St. Mary's ,

need for more foster homes for College of the Sacred Heart in This latest work by Father Hall, at 1:30: pjn., on Monday, St. Petersburg .

"IT'S FINGER LICKIN1 GOOD" adolescents who come under Purchase, New York. This Markaitis, says the Jesuit rector -April 20.Eau Religious Articles and Supplies to .

the care of the diocesan weekend, she is property staff is a difficult, complicatedwork Gallic Clerical Apparel Imago Books ",...
I
COL HMUND lAMafOHOMAl race agency. member for the production ofa and- requires performersof First Communion Gift Items -
Miss JoAnne Brown, 633 .
1 ?' WOMAN'S CLUB school drama, "The Inquisi high competence. Today's -a
\f i. I flI 4 IWmm. .1 Members of the CatholicWoman's tion." performance was to be pre Charles Drive, has won the Veils $2.25 .- \

fried wwm 1.to Club of Jacksonville, The production marks ,the viewed on Thursday in Tampaon Atlanta archdiocesan province "Drop in & Browse It f
scholarship to the Catholic University f
Channel 3 (WEDU TV)
at a "literature meeting" held second American premiere at '
recently at the home of Mrs. Manhattanville of a workby when the U of South Florida of America in Washington I II 656 Central Avenue Phone 824.6101 ,

PHONE 898-4422 John Lanahan, heard Donald Diego Fabbri, a contemporaryItalian musicians presented selected D.C. The scholarship to \
the University's College of Arts
:Martin of St. Matthew parish playwright. The. col. parts of the new work.
AND PICK IT UP and Sciences is awarded on the
speak. He is an official of the lege's Mother A. Fiske translated Composed last year, between
Atlantic Coast Line Rallw y. the drama. It wiU?be 'di- AugusCand November} the Victory -.basis of competitive examinar -I KINGLISIL

2501 9th St. No. Junior members will elect of- rected by Seabury Quinn of,the selection by the visiting tion.Miss
Brown, daughter of Mr.
faculty member of Jesuit High
ficers in St. Paul's clubroom on Vassar College Experimental
April 30 at 8 p.m. Theatre. School is the most recent of and Mrs. Herbert R. Brown, is ;' T' .
more than 100 works written a member 0 f the graduatingclass RES.T A U R A' H T a

in the past 15 years by the of Melbourne High SchoolIn

Fresh Seafood 'Priest. He plays piano and. Melbourne. At Catholic University SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST *,
,organ but prefers to composeat she plans to major in

his desk without the help of mathematics. Golden Fried or Broiled Shrimp .*'j"
Each Catholic University
OYSTER- SHRIMP an Some instrument.of Father Markaitis.'s offers year a full tuition scholar- 0 Succulent Scallops J..

major works, like the religious ship for a Catholic boy or girl 0 Luscious Lobsters **

CRAB MEAT- LOBSTER I ii oratorio "Night of Sorrow," the who is a member of the grad-
,,
YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER -
Violin Sonata in D Major, the uating class of any high school
SKKVKI; ; OCEAN FRESHIIUSIIFUITJKS
Marine fishes are especialMEATSCOLLOPS .
(parochial, public, or private)
V Piano Sonata in A Flat Major, AND ROLLS
*.' 7-. :-: .. .. the the Three Dancesfor in each of the 26 archdiocesan -
ly rich sources of iodine, STONE CRAB CLAWS Mirage, Chicken and SteaksAt
of the United States.
violin and piano, were all provinces
required for the proper TROUTMACKERELfunctioning conceived and composed in Awards are based on resultsof Famous Johns PassUNHAPPY .

of the thyroid ; I Tampa. the college entrance exam-
ination board test (scholastic
RED SNAPPER SEA
gland containing 50 to ,. Largo aptitude test).
!
200 times as much of this BASS KING FISH- SEMINOLE AREA Lakeland ?
PLAN DAYTONA BEACH BENEFITOn Blessed Sacrament parish'sAltar

essential element as any POMPANOBLUEother May 2, 8 p.m., at the Elks Club in Daytona Beach and Rosary Society will RESURRECTIONFather Henry J. Miron has WITH PRESENT

food. Oysters public patrons will view entertainment and play cardsat install officers on May 19 at announced the hours of three
FISH FROG LEGS- 9:30: a.m. at the Bath Club, DUPLICATING EQUIPMENT?
an event sponsored by the St. Paul's Home and School
Sunday Masses offered at the
Crab ,
Shrimp and Meat Reddington Beach. Tickets for
Association and the Women's Club of the parish. Leadersin Church of the Resurrection in (
TURTLE STEAK FLA. the Communion breakfast to be ::rL CALL US FOR
contain the minerals which planning the benefit are, from left, Mrs. James Kath- served may be obtained from Lakeland. They are on Sun

man, Mrs. Vic Millen, Mrs. Richard Houghton and Mrs.. day mornings at 7:30: 9:30: and
H. 391.2011
help build up the hemoglobin AND MAINE LOBSTER Mrs. Bailey, or Heyer Spirit DuplicatorAnd
o'clock.
11:30
Dewey Baylor. from M r Walter J. Tyrrell, :
content of the chairman, 391.7822.Bunnell And
DANISH, AFRICAN AND St. AugustineACADEMY

blood and prevent or HEINZENSERVICE
rem.AUSTRALIAN LOBSTER Rotary Mimeograph

edy nutritional anemia. :Members of the St. Joseph ST. STEPHEN
e
TAILS-SALT AND 0 Academy Alumni Associationwill Forty Hours Devotion will FLORIST-GREENHOUSES

welcome graduating seniors be held, April 28.30, in St. ttOt I>ak Tie r Air. P*. S.O.S.
PICKLED FISH into the organization on Stephen Church, Bunnell, Father WE WIRE FLOWERS
ST. PETERSBURG SARASOTA CLEARWATER
FREE PICKUP Ht.! a IMfc A Ate.PtLlERTS4th 8*. Alumni Sunday, May 19, It has Diego Conesa reported this St.7-213f HE 7-2127 955-7006 422-6480
I'Joono 161-IU been announced. week. He will begin the Devo Petersburg

H PINELLAS SEA FOOD SH: OKKKX STAMPS Out of town resen.aUonsshould tion after the 10:30: o'clock Masson
>th St. A 18lh Au. So.
l'hon. SX-41SS be placed with Mrs. Sunday. Masses on Mondayand
Marian M. Triay at 111 Coro- Tuesday will be.offered at

Phone 862-5163 Please nado Street, St. Augustine, by 7:30: a.m.
Patronizeour
1533-3rd Sf. So. St. Pete, Ha. advertisers... May 15. Active members send Evening devotions will be at

dues 0 f two dollars to Mrs. 7 o'clock each day with ser SAVEAMERICA'S

Triay, the treasurer. All will mons by Father Lawrence
get together at the Academy at Everett C.SS.R.
i BILLIONTH homecoming breakfast. This VeniceEPIPHANY
7
LARGEST
will be served at the school I
after the Alumni members at- '
Newly elected officers of the
tend the 9 o'clock Mass In the Epiphany Guild of the Churchof 1 Our staff la as friendly as the
Cathedral that Sunday. bunshlne-ready to with
help
h the Epiphany, Venice, will you
information or advice--or to taken
'be Installed at a luncheon Tues- } y .
McDonald'sWATCH Rowers for Every OccaronTinman's day, May 7th, at 12:30 p.m. in ; I # care of your business quickly.
I ,, You like to do business here
FlowersBonded Fisherman Wharf, U.S. 41, So. #a : I I I because we like to do business
na Tamlaml Trail, Venice. Mrs. i g \tithyoiii
Florist Charles Ockelman of Sara-

Telegraph Delivery sota, president of the South :
,\ 3931 I Central Ave. 862.3661 Coast Deanery will Install rtilrs. :: r -j Telephone

THE ART LIXKLETTKR: NBC SHOW OX MONDAY EVENING. Art will honor these officers: r + Ilk 898-2121
the BILLIONTH Hamburger sold by McDonald' (Check your local papers for possible timeor ENJOY AUTOMATIC Christopher J. DiCrocco lnli1ii
date variance in your area). In the Tampa Bay area lt', at 7 pjnthe 29th, over Channel president; Mrs,-J. W. Shannon Eiil
8. DOXT MISS THE FUX "Keep-Filled" Miss Ellen Bresnahan. and Mrs. -

look for the aotdtn arcft* DELIVERY Lawrence,Selzer.
Advance reservations are
Phone:.
necessary by May 3. :Mrs. J. W.
MoDona1d'tL.i St. Pete- 898.1111 is In of
Shannon charge reservations DO4/NTOWN
Clearwater
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at telephone 4882447. CtMTKAi.AT rOWKTH

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TAMPA

J.JT SS ST. CHARLES

Members of St. Charles Par...
I r I
Name Banner
\ ish Council have elected these' Holy

Kawcuicvrvviu.qg&t I officers: Mrs. Edwin H. Sand-

:: ford president; Mrs. Jay Caruso p. T4 -; tJ 'rilE membership of the executive board of the Diocesan

I vice-president; Mrs. Steve ': 1 Union of Holy Name Societies is now nearly com
St. Pe+ Nykolayow, Mrs. Robert Reed,
pleted. This fine board, which includes the deanery presidents -
recording and corresponding '
4645 9th Street, North
IO is a real credit to the
secretaries respectively; and West.. roast avm.., Rptrp3t
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Mrs. Irene Horrell. treasurer. Union. Association in 1955 and 1956
I .. Harold H. Davis of Christ the
W Elected on April 18, they will and has been a third degree
'.5' King in Tampa is the
be installed in May. parish Knight of Columbus since 1919.
new chairman of our budget
Monsignor Charles A. Bartok Mrs. McGaughan is the

RESTAURANT & LOUNGE in speaking of Morning Star .4H ie.t: committee. Mr. Davis is also former Katherine Bolger. They

MOTEL School for handicapped children :. president o f 't have two sons James J. and
his parish] ;
NlSte For Dancing Nifely, By suggested that every \ Name! f John J. and two grandchildren.Mr. .

x4FLORIDA woman in the parish council Holy McGaughan Is managerof
THE SHERMAN
and is]
k't Society S I
become a member of the Aux ; *I t. stores for Tampa Electric
Grand
HAYES ORCHESTRABREAKFAST. Knight f
iliary. A member of the latter Company and has Just completed

.LUNCH DINNER group, Mrs. Charles Blackton,.- on. _"'_ ......._:.. _.__......._ ...,.,,'..,,,'';w_ of Holy Rary thirty.seven years with

BANQUET FACILITIES spoke on the purpose and activities EPIPHANY PORT ORANGE, LEADERS INSTALLED No. Council 5092 ?, this concern.

2522 No. Dale Mabry Hwy.. U.S.92 IS of Morning Star Aux Father David Page has congratulated new officers of Epiphany Women's Club in Tampa and inj is I His experience and ability
for Information FULL
.r reservations call
877-5872 OF DANDEE MOMSIN ment iliary.annual Funds are dues raised of a to dollar aug... Port Orange. His leaders were installed by the Orlando-Central DCCW deanery president a member of! ,. equips him to serve the

for the needs of the MorningStar Mrs. Joel Sayers Jr., right, background. Officers are, from the left, Mrs. Ben Tal- the board of! Holy Name executive board

luto, Mrs. Julia White, Mrs. John Porkorny Sr., president, Mrs. John B. Sullivan and directors of D.. Saahlo. effectively.I .
TAMPA--- School, she said. At present Dip'... very
Mrs. John Gillespie. Tampa Catho-
the year-old organizationof am happy to remind the
ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE
lie Charities. He is also treasurer
-
the Auxiliary has a member- parish Holy Name Society

HILLSBORO HOTELDIRECTLY ship of 200 persons. Coming Events Special TV of Retreat the West Association.Coast Layman's presidents that posters calling

ACROSS THE STREET FROM Mrs. Hugh J. McNulty, area attention to the forthcoming
women's This rolornn Hit future benefit iperlal meeting and eTnts of more Harold saw combat duty in
SACRED HEART CHURCH representative for retreats Series Be national convention next Au-
thee local Interett. Advance ..tit* ef regular meeting will be omitted. to the service of his country durIng
urged reservations from gust in Buffalo are available
Mission in honor of St. Card party, St. James World War II in the China,
the area. She will give all details from the respective deanery
Anthony begins April 26, School Orlando April 29, 8 Seen in May Burma, India theatre. He
to Interested persons who presidents. It is most Impor-
B rooks ville. p.m.; Home and School spon. graduated from Cathedral High
ST. PETERSBURG telephone GA 3-6900. tant that each parish society
Dance, Rio Pinar Country sor. School in
IndIana
Festival plans have been NEW YORK: (XC) The Indianapolis publicize the national HNS
Club, Orlando, 9 p.m., April and received his bachelorof
Card party for Immaculate most extensive religioushist ,
completed. It starts April 27 at
order that the
convention in
Residential Remodeling Commercial 3 p.m. and lasts until 10 p.m. 27; Good Shepherd Women's Conception parish; St. Mary's i c a I documentary ever science in business adminis-

Saturday. Sunday, from 1 to 10 Guild, sponsor. Hall, St. Petersburg, April filmed for television will be tration from Tampa University Diocese of St. Augustine may

p.m. in St. Charles hall, the festival Minstrel show, Orlando, 29, 130 p.m.Smorgasbord. telecasted on the four Sundaysof be well represented.

LANDT POWELLGENERAL will continue. The ham April 27, 8 p.m., sponsored by May 1, 7:30 May on the "Catholic Hour"program. He has been a resident of
St. Elizabeth Guild of St.
Busch Gardens K of C Tampa for the past fifteen
dinner will be served Sundayfor p.m., ; CLEARWATER
$1.25 per adult and 75 cents James parish at Fern Creek Sponsors for Tampa Catholic Entitled "I Am With You," years.

CONTRACTORS for children under 12. Mike school auditorium. Charities.St. the series will be presented on Mr. Davis' wife, Caroline, is

Free Estimates' No Obligation Dolark is chairman. Card party, 14 p.m., April Lawrence parish "coun- the National Broadcasting a native of Syracuse, New

: : 27, St. Paul School; cafeteria, York. They are the parents of
. Company TV network each
- - -- try fair," May 3-4, Tampa. Betty K. O'RMQd .
GOOD SHEPHERD St. Petersburg. two boys and two girls,
Most Holy Redeemer parish Sunday from 1:30: to 2 p.m. ; Company

NAME J -- Monsignor Harold F. Jordan Dessert card party Cath- dance, May 4, 9 p.m., (EST). The "Catholic Hour". is Charles, Michael, Anne and I vtssr.wst.PLe.s3S

STREET gave outgoing officers of the olic Daughters of America Jacksonville's Riverside produced by the National Kathleen.Mr. MUTUAL FUNDS
.
-- parish Women's Guild plaques haIl, 3rd Street South and 6th Women's Club. Broadcasting Council of Catholic Davis represents Quaker STOCKS ft BONDS

PHONE depicting the Last Supper, as State Motor Oils as a distributor -
CITY
Avenue, St. Petersburg, 1 Dance, May 4, 9 p.m., Fern Men and NBC."I 'IJ :iWi'HHlHH IB.

he expressed appreciation for p.m.,.April 27. Creek Armory, Orlando; Holy Am With You" will for the West Coast of

CUP AND the past year's work. Over 100 Bake sales, April 27, two Name Society, St. Andrew trace the 2000-year(( history of Florida. ....,.
'ft
MAIL TO: 7341 10th AVE. NORTH Phone 342.0384 members attended the Installation locations in Tampa: HUlsboro parish, sponsor. the Church and its ecumenical I am delighted that Mr. ...., \ f n rf
of officers. Davis has agreed to serve withus VW W .,'i' I\l\1
Plaza Dale councils from the time of :#
and Mabry Shop Retreat Sunday, May 5; lay
ST. PETERSBURG FLA 347-4497 IN
Newly installed on April 17 on the,executive board andI '
Christ to the day.
present
Center Mothers Club
ping .
; persons! urged to plan personal '. 1'12 SECONDS
at a dinner at Rio Pinar Coun- sponsor from Tampa Catholic retreats. The series is dedicated to am confident that his presence '.L_..-.. (TIME ITII!)

try Club are Mrs. Mary Nichol High School. City.wide May devotions, Tope John XXIII. thereon will prove tp

son. president; Mrs. Charles J. In the be a great asset.I .
Cost Free Checking Field day, April 27, 10 a.m. Tampa, May 5 at 5.30: p.m., The four programs Ii1BFREE
Hay, vice-president; Mrs. James series will cover "The Begin. am also most happy to report -
to 2 p.m., St. Jude School, Christ the King Church.
Wright, treasurer; and Mrs. St. nings," the early history of the that an old standby,
Petersburg. Family fun day, benefit
Accounts James Keil, secretary.Mrs. Church, on May 5; "The Middle Joseph Patrick McGaughan a DEMONSTRATION
Orlando, St. Charles parish chicken dinner, May 5, 1-5 Motor Co
Clifford McIntyre of Ages," May 12; "The Renaissance -member of the newly founded Thayer
Available festival, April 2728. Come p.m.. Camp San Pedro on
Winter Park past president of and the Reformation" Parish of the Epiphany of our .1015 CLEVELANDPH.
3-10 p.m., April 27; 1.10 p.m., Lake howell; Guild of St. '
the Diocesan Council of Cath- Lord at hasgreed to 146.9106
May 19 and "The Age of Re- Tampa .
Accounts Be ;
'
May April 28 (dinner served Sun- Margaret )1 a r 3' s, Winter
installed the of-
olic member the
Women newal," May 26. continue as a of
day); St. Charles Social Hall. Park, sponsor.
Opened By Mall ficers. The series was filmed in 16 executive board.

Members of the Guild will Forty Hours Devotion, St. Spring festival Holy Xame cities in eight countries of the Mr. McGaughan will again

sponsor a dance at the Rio Stephen Church, Bunnell, Academy, San Antonio, May Middle East and Europe. A serve as chairman of the Retreat SUN COAST

THE NATIONAL BANK Pinar Country Club on April April 28-30; holy hours 7 p.m. 5; ham supper, 5-7; "The feature of the series will be committee.
'
27. Tickets are available at daily. Belle of Barcelona" operetta scenes showing many paint- He halls' *originally from Natural
.' OF ST PETERSBURG, FLORIDA and All Saints Home, ,Jackson- presented by Sisters of St.
five dollars per couple ings, mosaics,' sculptures and Pittsfield Massachusetts and Health Foods
?|it000. TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH patrons are invited to telephoneMrs. ville. Forty Hours Devotion, Benedict, starring studentsof art objects never before spent the early part of his life

Member F.D.I.C. Nicholson, CR 7-4707. April 2830.Bishop. the Academy. filmed. in Adams Massachusetts. Diet Foods
GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK Special
ST. ANDREW Bazaar, May 18, Jackson! By special arrangement with Mr. McGaughan has been active

Durning'sConsecration ville's Sacred Heart parish the Vatican unprecedented in the Holy Name Societyand 201 SO. LINCOLN
Members of the Holy Name
Guild. permission was received to the West Coast Layman's
PHONE 446-2888
of St. Andrew parish Set
CAMP DON BOSCO Society Dance, June 8, Treasure film tht: final meeting of the Retreat Association for the
: invite friends from all over
: PHILADELPHIA (>C) Island auditorium, Dick I central preparatory commission -past twenty-five years on the (hJeSr Cleveland Plaza)
Central Florida to join in the.
... I The consecration of Bishop- Crockett band; benefit St. : for the Second Vatican parish, deanery arid diocesan
frolic scheduled May 4
i : 8-14 May on
For Boys I elect Dennis Vincent Durning Jude School, St. Petersburg. I Council. levels.
from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. at the
I C.S.Sp., will take place in the He served as second vice- TERMITES
: ; Staffed By Salesian Fathers and Brothers Fern Creek Armory. Dancingwill president of the Diocesan
Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul
FUN UNLIMITED 140-aere of be featured as well as refreshments SWARMING?
.' on campus ]here May 28.Archbishop. Union of Holy Name Societies
MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS SCHOOL and prizes includedin John J. Krol of from 1942 to 1947, and as diocesan
the price of admission: $3.50 ,
Comfort and Cleanliness of Home- 24-Hour A Day Supervision per couple. Dick Kelly's orchestra .Philadelphia will be the consecrating president in 1947 and '


Sunday June I 16 thru Saturday August I 10 the semi has.formal been event.engaged for :,Bishop Francis pre I ate.J. Furey Auxiliary and 1948.He was president of the ii'

Gerald McDevitt of
Fishing, Boating Swimming Proceeds will be used for :Bishop Deadlines
.Philadelphia will be co-conse- cau
Gym, Baseball Ponies Movies completion of Society projects ':rators. I :News aterUa fro m any seurce ,

Crafts, Hikes Overnight this summer. shenld reach "The Florida Catholic"
tele- The sermon will be given by fflc .. later tha. :Mondays: n.w 1plda.u
Daily Mass Catechism, Altar Boys For tickets, patrons may I
: ,
Bishop Richard Ackerman thond reach the editor by
Good, Wholesome Abundant Food phone William Brockman Friday far pvbUcatlca IB tho fIIvwlnff ;
293-2109; Robert Crooke, 'I C.S.Sp., of Covington, Ken- Friday. !....

: 'Also From September to June 293-2850; or George Ray, 1 lucky. !
A native of Philadelphia, ;
29:>-2985. .
:; AN IDEAL BOARDING SCHOOL Bishop-elect D u r n i n g was ; ;.. JOE'S SPORTING GOODSAIR

t :MORNING STAR \]named by Pope John XXIII .
for boys-grades 5th thru 9th ;,' ... ....
Last week Father John F. ;March 19 to be first Bishop of iI
DIRECTOR FOR SKIN DIVERS
Write: FATHER STATION
CAMP DON BOSCOP. Wells of Winter Park's St. Margaret 1 the newly erected diocese of frjj ,

O. BOX "H" Mary parish addressed Arusha in Tanganyika.The .. RENTALS
members of the Women's Auxiliary 40-j ear-old Holy Ghost $1754 DREW ST. PHONE 446-8275
TAMPA 5, FLORIDA
of the Morning Star :missionary served for more .. ...

School for handicapped chil.than 12 years in the diocese of I titJfrRI "
BUY TOWELS BY THE POUND
dren. He spoke on the charity :Moshi, in Tanganyika. His new

II (I of their work at their annual I diocese was formed from part : : ; THE TOWEL SHOP

luncheon. of the diocese of Moahi. .
I : { ,
Largest Selection of Towels in Florida
:Meeting at the Seminole Hotel Ordained June 3, 1049! the I ,
; U.S. Hwy. 19 and State Road 580
the Know the tool stirResa the etory of I the members elected these :newly named Bishop went to : i1. ".. ..;, ;;?'; CLEARWATER- Phone 7336373O'NEAL'S
Read lIp1TtnZ "
life ot St. Judo- rag ttary of St. St.Anthony-The officers: 1 the African missions in Sep --.:.._.
-Patrco of Irapo. Teresa ,hoe Wonder" Working Mrs. John J. Grant president I. 1 tember 1950 and has served FOLKS INVITED TO FESTIVALSan
able Causes" who fabulous life irftt Saint. Feel the
iatercede most warm and inspire .pirituallmpact of ; Mrs Frank E. Flynn, 1 there since. Antonio's Name invites
powerful/ for tiw the heart of C\'C17 his words the Frank .. : Holy Academy patronagefor RESTAURANTTRY
FaWIIIU.nadcr.. glory of his deeds! .. vice-president; Mrs. I I miles around at the May 5 festival. Among the 130
I,, _:
Roark recording secretary
.the ; boys and girls in the cast of the operetta, "The Belle of OUR FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN $1.25
Mrs. H. F. Pearson corresponding ..
lives of saints secretary; Mrs. Edward H. .'; .}f :'" Barcelona," are, from left, Patricia O'Berry, Tampa; ALSO WIDE VARIETY OF SEA FOOD SERVED

Hurt reelected treasurer. Mrs. Carol Stanton, Lakeland; Susan Svigals, Sl Petersburg; 1778 GULF-TO-BAY PHONE 444-7381

_w-...._0..Ii................w.--v_Ct ... Francis E. Pierce Jr. is outgoing and Carroll Coughlin, Tallahassee.

:350,000 COPIES IN PRINTIHEI.I :: president.K .
Encyclical CandlesROME rites, and the citj's universitiesfor ; 1: WAYS TO BETTER HEALTH and PHYSICAL FITNESS
ia ooe bit volume of .
: 600 ere be ia- -- of CMonsignor Religious. Check Your Health and Exercise Needs Below
? pqcs
spines lives of many beloved Lit* at St. rtrick.flortouf ',' .. ::.f: (XC) -To commemorate ( ) 1. XUSAUXA VAPOR BATH CABINETS. (Cleanses
S2IDD.-JsaaI; : P.,, lij.J, 1OfI' Apo.U. at Bishop Council j' : \: relaxes
Ireland to remUcailj ; the publication 0 f his pores and )
0tN POs JAM*retold in Ymd rrtoM U took. No. 2112 Knights of Columbus ,
stone* end illustrated with 48 :'. ; peace encyclical Pope John 1 ( ) 2. WHIRLPOOL BATH UMTS. (Relieves pain, soothes
PULL (COLO an treasure by the plans family Sunday on April nerves)
c world's treat pewters Raphael ".1M4I by a.I"I1'28. All the members and their XXIII has sent candles to various ( ) 3. EXERCYCLE AXD TRIMCYCLE (Electric) (Conditions .

Kembfaadc. Titian etcHere Pr.u sad LIIlty families will gather at the 9 institutions in Rome. Recipients Largest Pre*rlptloI'liarmarjr relaxes and tones muscles)
Is a look that wffl via eaItooored .. .
A DIsW Q == I.. the $..tl. ( ) 4. TRIM JVM SET (For all the family)
Catholic t
Ice to. every mend ....or 'ajn. Mass at St. John Vianney included all churchesand
home*to Se read re-read and cher- 1am1lY UI'.un." ......... E. I appreciate your patronage. ( ) :3. RO-TRIM (Flexes waistline and hip)
Examine it Church. Father Vincent trre Drlitrrr IK: 4 7< 1
uhed for a lifetime. chapels of men's religious ( ) 6. ROWEX (Rowing and walling action)
$tod Sn
30 days FREE. Only bea can you = Smith will celebrate the Mass. Miami
really aw>r .. ....... ..
worth( this big box 11er. Okxtflst The breakfast is planned at ( ) 8. )[.-\S8.GIROIIEIt (ROLLER IiXfDSXD

txaUUVti WrifUfii .. tile Sohrts ..scfloOO. ..1- the new Holiday Inn motel on TRIMS WITH LUXURIOUS MASSAGE)

\.8 laetad exeorva rna vritV > -an.l'atnca a..w P.nto&ce.'Iiii or.d,. South Orange Blossom Trail. USED SCHOOL BUSES ( ) 9. TRIM-CISER Deep stimulating belt massage)
a&d )u.en taetadod rUht .. ....tea ,
'>V b0&rb0*' Vow! of van lIaR. Sunday afternoon, candidates -- f MMtRUCiCiAtiESfNC; = ---,.. -,.. ( ) 10. HEALTH BIKE-MANUAL (Stimulating exercise for
Patrick. 8t 1.-
., > Bui.Ito.BC. rraocla b* atlvnt Xartor.: ...............c.AMt.......from Central Florida for the legs, bark muscles I )
S.",....... ...?. bat ky btir oarrv liilaeverea oalaiplre .. .............,_,... Fourth Degree will go to ( ) 11. THERMOPHORE MOIST heat pads for relief from
M. fxamtne the o.k 30 Daya fRill pain)

4 ': t 1> Pri Only $a.9S Cemplet Tampa for the exemplificationto _______ ( ) 12. SLANT BOARD (Helps you relax, exercise and slim
," FREE-TRIAL P.aWeUJlaWIIIWIPW be held at the Tampa K of C down)

'.. 1'kIcs: COUPON tmwrtM atwwlnc...Tbo&U calendar f Ma. of.!.Eatota>......and_ aafU aormiln -halL PRESIDE IN 3IAY FEATURING FAMOUS BRANDS, FOR FURTHER
". .. of ttn church ,.r..I1Y1A1r. ? .& >etaleraattaa Festival
Evelyn
.\ .bau, Sol b rt kaowa Saiata. queen INFORMATION CLIP AND MAIL COUPON TODAY.
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". ', ..Q-rJJk aad M&II ta I conuiao Arteran whleb rocrwua a nn Edouard C. Craig Jeanne DeRosler will "Preside" LEONARD NUEBEL PISTRIBUTORSP. I
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Catholic CommentPrince Frank J. Sheed Encyclical Intent Twisted by Reds I IWERE


I God Sanctifies MarriageIn
It not that these few i seemingly aim their first guns, Then the communist organ

words were dedI-1 but at the existence of all private -1 blantly added:

of Peace Unbreakable Contract cated to recording what the property. And, of course, "Its gold and foreign exchange

comm anlsts are up to, I would belief in God, which is represented reserves are estimatedat

CATHOLICS throughout the world must as an American he had learned from it. ,"111HY la the Church so obstinate about divorce? undertake a as" part of "bourgeois $12,000 million. In Italy, the

*** be very proud of the Holy Father's 'The Florida Catholic" has always been W When a marriage breaks down, divorce is the obvious dozen columnson Ideology. Vatican is represented by its
Pope John The Vatican radio of April ,agents in 55 banks. Even according -
magnificence in his spiritual leadership of privileged to run in their entirety the solution. Marriage is a contract, and there is no such XXIII's encyci 13 has accordingly cautioned to a very conservative

the world. His encyclical, Pacem in Terris Popes' encyclicals. W ear e particularly thing as a contract that cannot be ended by the consent of lical, Pacem in ,% that the alleged applause in ,estimate it owns 467,000 hectares .

has been received by leaders of govern- honored to be able to run Pacem in Terris. both parties." Terri (Peaceon the organs of the French and of land in Italy. It has

ment as an ideal formula for peace. President This historical document, authored by the Few phrases have done as much harm as this one about Earth). It Italian communist partieshas j substantial holdings various

Kennedy said after having read it "Prince of Peace," offers to a world on the marriage being a contract-people draw is that significant avoided Hhe central nucleus Italian Industries, and large

that as a Catholic he was proud of it, and brink of war hope for a lasting peace.Women's the conclusion drawn above by our objec- a codification of the encyclIcaL" investments In the USA,

#4 tor. For the Church and state alike, the in a 1 This is "contained in the Switzerland, Britain, France,

I phrase is only part of the truth. In both, way of Catholic dignity of the human being, his and several other countries"

I Work as Fishers Lauded C the contract is essential, the man and teachings rights, his duties." There U BO reference

to be husband In order to visualize the Immediate whatsoever the fact that
%' woman must freely agree to
Louis
T'HE Diocesan Council of Catholic Worn- The authority of the parents fades as the s...' and wife. But for both that is only the F. Budenzon background in which the Vatican1 holding, whatever -

J. en has set for its goal in this Council child grows older unless that child is con- '- first step. The state says the contract results social problems, moving the communists are thus twist. they may be, are devoted

Year the enrollment in Confraternity of vinced the authority of mother and father in status. The parties are now bound from internal order into the! fer ing to the the encyclical"World,Marxist we can Re-re- to the extension of re

Christian Doctrine classes of Catholic comes from God. which vision of world ligion.
into
every by the rules of the status they peace. The com- view" of March 1960. At that
child attending public school. No more When it comes to marriage, there is have entered, and the state decides what m un 1 s ts themselves have f time when the comrades were But, it is also somewhat obvious

noble task could the women undertake only one solid basis for a happy future. these are. The Church says the contract; grasped its outstanding char widely distributing the Easter, that the communist are

than being Fishers. That foundation is a right and well formed results in a relationship they have agreed to be husband acter. They have proceeded to 1956, words on peace of the trying to indicate, as they have

Women throughout the country have conscience. A husband and wife must and wife, now they are husband and wife, made so by God. mingle ostensible complimentswith 1 late Pope Pius XII, for their! often charged, that the papacy

rallied to support the foundations against mutually accept their responsibilities in There has been much jesting a slurring over of essential -own purposes, they were told: is bringing out thesenew"

diseases, the Easter seal program for matrimony. But what are these responsibilities about the words "marriages f following on an act of the will parts and attempts to be- "The purpose of the Catholic! Ideas in and order to save its
little its "wealth power.-
crippled children and many other chari- ? Who says they must? Certainlythe are made in heaven." People of the two to be joined. auspices. social doctrine is to demoralize,

table works which deal with the healing myriad laws on divorce, separation, think of all sorts of odd placesin But they are both true relationships "The Worker" of April 14 I the Catholic workers. Insidiously Many of us know from our

of deformed bodies. The numbers of separate maintenance and child support which marriages are made. both beyondbuman testifies to the encyclical's and indefatigably, in the own life experiences how false

cocktail parties, picnics, Caribbean power to nn-make. forcefulness, by announcing inbIg guise of 'divine' command. this Is.AU .
crippled children are few In comparisonwith give little direction to the The
spouses.
black letters on its first ments, it is trying to divert the i personal moves were
and
cruises a place
many words of Our Lord
the numbers of children who are The we!
of leave
mores the community one limp that It
less heavenly still. These refer page will devote muchof 'workers from socialism, to i stimulated by the appreciation
]have quoted are given as 1
being deformed A
spiritually. crippled with disgustYet to where the agreement to spoken In Perea. the next Issue to "its significance force them Into an impasse, to> of the natural law as expounded -

child can have a very useful and happy most of the boys and girls, who marry was made, the contract. in the struggle forpeace wean them from the fight: by Catholic teaching.
enemies had
life. A child deformed spiritually is destined His challenged I ." Meanwhile, the com1 the and I In working for
are now in high school, in a few years will In the strictest sense marriages against bourgeoisie positively
]Him-"Is it lawful for a man 1
for a life of dissipation, frustrationand rades were kept "straight" In refrain fromjoInt crusade for
be entering marriage-too young-too are made in heaven. The 1 to put away his wife for anycause compel them to Pope John's peace,
despair. the extended explanation of action with their communIst -and for the human rights upon
confused too unstable and religious man and girl agree to be husband -, ?" It was a loaded
Although we the deformity ques- Gus Hall's pamphlet on "peaceful brothers." be founded
can see physical which peace must ,
cripples.The and wife and state their
\tion, for Perea was in the territory "
of a child and are moved by it, we before witnesses.God coexistence, which was examined Let us then turn to the we shall all have to be aware
Fishers which the agreement 3 of Herod Antipas, who
know that the greatest danger that a child program upon here last week. March, 1963, "International Af--much more than ever of
taking them at their 1 had most scandalously got rid
faces Is growing Into adulthood without women of the Diocese are embarked is The central theme of that fairs." This appeared at the "Aesopian language."
word, makes them husband the proper spiritual foundation. Imaginethe truly one which Is meeting the greatest and wife. If He did not, they 1 brother's.Our ]pamphlet is that "peaceful co moment when Alexel Adzhu. We can strike out first upon
existence" must be used to cast bet, Khrushchev's son-in-law, our path by insisting upon that
confusion of a child who, as he grows need of our children. The program will would not be. have
Lord we seen, did 1
"capitalism the of his interview withPope extension of
on dung-hill was seeking private
older, doesn't know how to turn to God in help Insure the future happiness of our And this is not a theory not avoid the Issue. His chal- ;history." John. The comrades were will come from propertywhich profite .
need. Even worse is the fact that doing Catholic boys and girls and enable themto .
thought up by a lot 0 f unmarried lengers went on to quote And by "capitalism" the com.munists there given a "sketch" of sharing and by that addition tot
good and avoiding evil has no meaning for establish good Catholic homes. It will monks in the Middle Moses. His answer was that do not mean only its Vatican, which represented human dignity which will

the child who has little knowledge of the assure the children of a foundation in religion Ages. Moses had allowed divorce be- monopoly abuses and colonialoppression as one of the "major financial come from the genuine endingof

God that rewards good and punishes evil. which will bring them the greatest Listen to Our Lord upon cause men were so spiritually at which they powers of the world." colonial oppression.
The Boy Scouts and youth clubs have amount of happiness in this life and the relation of husband and hardened: but it had not beenallowed

really very little moral Influence on a child. eternal happiness with God. wife: in the beginning, and
was not allowed now. The re-
"Now they are no longer two(
Father Leo J. Trese
marriage of a man or woman
Father John J. Castelot but one flesh. What therefore
God has joined together, letnot already married was adultery.Let .

I man put asunder" (Matt. no one say to you that
Guards Faith Loss
Psalm Petitions Our Lord's MercyIN 19,6)). the Church will not grant di- Prayer Against

vorce.
There Is one thing about this,

the original Hebrew, psalm necessary quality of all true i them back into the path of 1 that we might overlook.It She is bound by God's law. THERE is a difference be- tions against faith as arising manufacture difficulties and to

Is an alphabetic psalm, prayer: i goodness and holiness. Sinfulness is the only occasion on; Yet, as on so many questions, the virtue of faith from intellectual scruples: apparent -see apparent contradictions.

each verse of which begins In you I trust; let me not be plus arrogance blocks the which Our Lord refers to theGenesis we cannot simply silence the and the act of faith. The vir- clashes between religionand Eventually he find the

with a succeeding letter of the put to shame, let not my enemies 5 action of divine mercy; there is < account of Adam and[ questioner with legalism or tue, which is a state of readl- science, for example or peace he seeks, a specious

alphabet. Its exult over me. No one ]no grace that is ever forced 3 Eve, for we find the "two in i logic. We must logically abide ness to believe difficulty in understandinghow and a fatal peace lie loses

22 verses cor- who waits for you shall be 3 into a clenched fist. one flesh" written of Eve as i by the law, but there is so was Infused God can be present under his faith.

responding exactly put to shame. But when a sinner fears the Adam's wife (Gen. 2,24)). And I much human pain Involved in into our the appearance of bread. These This has been the history of

to the ,. He is in trouble. and he Lord and stretches forth 2 St. P a u 1 quotes it again i the application of this particular soul at bap- however are easily conqueredwith i the majority of apostates from

number of realizes that his wide open hands to beg His (Ephesians 5,31)). law. We must show a pro- tism. Most of prayer, and, if need be, 1 the Church.It .

letters In the well be the result predicamentmay of his forgiveness, then He responds So It is not a case of the found sympathy, remembering us received (-P. with investigation.The is not likely that we arc

Hebrew alpha- own straying from the path indicated lovingly and gener-i Church's "obstinacy about dI- that we may be calling on him this virtue as temptations against i enmeshed in grave habitualsin.

bet. This sort by God. With childlike onsly. vorce" as the objector thInk for a heroism we ourselves infants. How- faith which are mote often .

of arrangement simplicity He asks God to show Not only does He forgive; He 1 God, making a man and might not show under similar ever, there*_ fatal, are those which arise However, when we find ours'-
Is practically showers His favors on the 1 husband and wife temptation. could be no from moral conflicts rathert i selves afflicted with severe
him the right way to go and woman
Impossible throws himself on the eternal humble suppliant: prosperityand makes them one; by his actthey Particularly we must con- exercise of the _ h a n from doctrinal ob1 1 temptations against our faith,

to repro- mercy and loving-kindness of numerous descendants, are no longer two but one; sIder the man who points to a virtue until stacles. it' will be well to do some hon.

duce in English, given the difficulty .. his Saviour. There are no two highly prized Old Testament that oneness made by God, particular marriage-his own we reached the rage A man does not first lose his. 'est probing. It is possible that

of finding words whichare anguished protestations of outraged blessings. ,cannot be broken apart by anyhuman perhaps and says that of 'understanding. Only faith through intellectual difficulties -we may find self-love. In one
accurate translations and*. innocence.It The final stanza is an ImpassIoned power-'Vhat''God hasjoined whether or not God made the then did we learn that there is and then marry a di. :form or another, to be the Instigator

at the same time begin with appeal for help be- together let not man put husband and wife one they are a God and that He has made vorcee. A woman does not first of our temptations.There .
is God's not
on goodness,
the desired letter. At any rate, ginning with the moving plea: asunder." certainly not one now; and who certain truths known to us. lose( her faith and then beginto is one source of
his own, that he bases his
clever though this acrostic arrangement Look toward me, and have A court of law may declare argues that God cannot want Only then could we give free use contraceptives. The sequence temptations, against faith
his
may be It is the hope and appeal: pity on me, for I am alone and I them no longer husband andwife the misery of shattered marriages assent to the truths of God and most often la Just the which we encounter today

meaning which is the important The sins of my youth and my afflicted. : the declaration is as ineffective ;. to which people are still say, meaningly, "I believe." opposite.We which our ancestors did not

thing. frailties remember nct; In your Once again, for all Its persistence as if it said that a bound. No one can make this act humans cannot long sustain have to face. ,This is the ever

Psalm 24 Is an expression kindness remember me, be it is a humble prayer, parent and son were no longer To the man who says the of faith except with God's an interior conflict. If widening frontier of scientific -

of very beautiful and attract cause of your goodness, 0 1 the prayer of a penitent sinner parent and son. Church does make exceptions help. That i* why we speakof mind and emotions are at war knowledge,
i T e religions sentiments: LORD. Put an end to afflictionand faith as a gift of God. When our earth was'
my The two relationships are for the rich we shall show no with each other, we must somehow thoughtto
humility, contrition fervent The same sentiment recurs' my suffering, and take made differently the secondby compassion, but only strict A person can prepare himself establish be the center of the universe,
., in the second stanza but the for an act of faith by peace.
petition based on the goodness all sins. with and
away my the creative power of God politeness. sun, moon stars circling -
and love of God. note of hope is now stronger: The very last verse may learning about God and about When a person of faith finds around us and ministeringto

The opening words remindone t For your name's sake, 0) have been added when this the truths of religion.For himself strongly drawn towards } us, it was easy to believe in

of the classical definitionof L LORD, you will pardon my very personal prayer was Washington Letter the final step, however, a sinful course of action, ,God's intense interest i n u s.

prayer as the "raising of the t guilt, great as it is. taken over Into the liturgy as when with mind and heart we he experiences a painful stateof Now however, we know that

mind and heart to God": This hope arises from a an expression of the contri- unreservedly accept God and conflict. Faith pulls one way, '(our earth Is Just one tiny Insignificant

To you :I lift up my soul, C meditation on God's care of His tion-and the anguish-of the Latin America Needs Help His revelation for this final self another. planet in the galazyof

LORD, my God. children, even His errant and nation: step we must have God's assistance The sufferer can quickly reestablish -I, suns and planets known as

The psalmist looks to Godwith L sinful children. If they area Redeem Israel, 0 God, from peace by renouncing j the :Milky Way. The Milky I
supreme confidence, humble and contrite, He steers all its distress. Of Alliance for Progress This is the grace of faith, as the sin, however painful (for Way is millions of light-years

distinguished from the virtueof the moment) his renunciation i,across; astronomers still are

Question Box THE United States is working hard In Latin America faith. may be. j not sure how many millions. A
J If we were baptized in In- If he Is to ]
1 unwilling surrender -light-year, remember, is the
Alliance for
and hoping for time-time to make the
fancy, we received first the vir-
I his present or contemplated -distance that a beam of light
Marrying? Time to Study DoctrineQ. Progress work. Castro's Cuba--recognized as a stagingarea tue and later the grace of sin, then it is his faith will cover in a year, travelingat
for communist in this hemisphere has 5
aggression faith. Those who became converts which has to give. He begins j the rate of 186,000 miles a

given new urgency to the development of Latin America'shuman in later years received to find points to criticize in his i second. A light-year Is .
approximately
In a mixed marriage, that the children will be baptized -1 Priest. In anointing the person j and material re 1 first the grace of faith and religious beliefs, begins to j 6,000,000,000,000 miles
what are the promises? < instructed and reared as the Priest anoints conditionally sources. structlons In guerrilla warfare 1 then, in baptism, the virtue.

Also, I would like to know
whether the non-Catholic Is J Catholic party .might die; and are living." This Is made crystal clear in. claim. Other sources estimate -non-Catholic who says, "If I CTRANGE BUT TRUE
remarks
of high state
department
required to have any in- J that the Catholic spouse and Q. May a Catholic attend officials. For example, that in any year thereare were to Join any church, it cer- J Little-Known Facts (for
the children will be allowed 23,000 young Latin Americans -
structions? free exercise of their religion. |a wedding of a divorced Edwin M. Martin, assistant studying abroad, perhapsas t tainly would be the Catholic By M. J. MURRAY 0rJIIaW. i"'.K.C.W.4........
(Church. It all seems so reasonable -
A. The promises, which must Catholic before of
a justice ;secretary of state for Inter-
The Catholic also many as 8000 of ,them in
party but somehow I can'tseem
be signed, state that no other }the peace, merely as an onlooker American affairs told a con kt\
that he she communist-dominated countries "
promises or will to make mind.
} up my
will take
marriage place except ? I have a very good gressional committee:
\
the best of his her and that Cuba alone offers 9
to or ability
Catholic This is a person to whom the
the ceremony; friend who has invited to
me "Our own destiny Is Inextricably -
by prayer and example show !attend such a wedding and them 2000 scholarships. j grace of faith has not yet come. LML
the non-Catholic person the feel he would be offended if bound up with the development What the Alliance for Progress Since faith is a gift of God, ff4

truth of the Catholic Faith. I did of a hemisphere- Is trying to create In j It is something to be prayedfor.
not to his
go wedding.A. wide renewal which is long gF'i'
Pre.mar 1 t a: Instructionsmust Latin American countries Is a j .
You snould not attend the overdue. The alternative Is tl'D
be taken whether the a broader economic base, together The person In search of _
"wedding ceremony. It is nota series of convulsions whose :
OrnbltePublished marriage is between two with an open and vigor. faith who, with complete !
sin to offend a friend for a cannot be foreseen i)4'
consequences .
Catholics or between a Catholic ous society with opportunityfor sincerity, asks' God for this
just reason. However, it is which
and a nonCatholic.In but are more likelyto all with talent and dedi-; gift, certainly will be given ':
I wrong to imply approval of an the
serve objectives of our
cation to rise to the top. it. \ '
.YU7 I'rtcla7 these Instructions the invalid marriage by your pres adversaries than the Interestsof '
FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS Inc. Priest sets forth ((1)) the, funda1 ence. Latin America and the "if Latin America succeedsIn However there are millions : 'i :
r.o. Box 4Sl G.bdea S-JIH 1 mental doctrines of the CatholIc this quest," Martin told the who do not even know of their
If absence "
IS* East ColonUl Drive, OrU.4. your causes any United States. : _
the sacrednessand "if its youthfinds 'own need for faith. : .
((2) congressmen
religion
Sub crlpUon in U.S.A. anCanada< ; embarrassment to your friend,
Assistant secretary Martin 1 In our love for Christ, a big
14.00 per year; other countries IndissolubIlity of marriage;: it will be a reminder to him the opportunity to plot
11.00. and ((3)) the duties of the contracting that he is violating God's law. also said "we are providing aid 1 solutions Instead of revolutions ;-intention In our daily prayers lrPtTt KEGUlAlIATTACKt, 8reS3fl, |Ort '50 amawr Wrtflt M r.
of ne the Florida Catholic Catholic PrtM U Association a member parties to each other Charity is based on love of' to our sister republics in public: to demonstrate resultsinstead will be, "for the conversion of 01'FIVER .*- *-| *' j Km LI'JDED ua 1I* TAMouS uqiiiu
safety and anti-subversive ef- MAD 8/1UC CAQTUUtUWS
and the National Catholic \Vlfar and to the children which God i God. You can hardly justifyyour of just demonstrating, unbellevers. 744T 6wAz Ofor

Conference NeWS Service. Bomer forts. in the framework of a 1 death knell will have Another dally intention will iuu I CAUffS HtM *&f I *i*I w nwviwi
the
may give to them. at this 'a j ZZ.Z8wmuad7o\ I W*Scr&ercxnf
presence weddingj :
and Martin, publishers' representative. -
.
long-term to main-
be Increase
program. for an in the depth DC BRITTO I
Entered a> teond class mall an expression of charity. sounded for the pessimism and TV, Mun/M. I TO wx M ZXJ"cvtnY.IH
Hay 1. U55 at Orlando Florida, Q. Is it true that personscan j tain order and to strengthen and strength of our own faith. )
\ \ :i4P77UO=
under the Act of March a, 1I7J. be anointed after theyhave Q. Is the Catholic Churchof i democratic Institutions so the nihilism that are Castro's most Faith is not a static attitude It = L7uA8
died? fruits of the Alliance have\ valuable assets." MORE 15ZLZt hV 71.414'
the North American RIte, may of mind. Either faith grows ore
A. Yes, a person may be; an approved Catholic organl-a chance to ripen." Meanwhile, Castro may, it weakens and sometimes 20,000 ---i
.
INDIAN DIPlI1ItiH I ; i'
rather Ylae nt;E. Smith anointed within a few hours zation An estimated 1000 to 1500 developing his version of a dies.We /oIJtS"101MtAJtED1J1 .

Editor ExecutiveEditor: >!!.. isa. Quinn after apparent death. We don't t A. No-the Catholic Church I young people from Yarion counter-Alliance for Progress. have particular need to GOA.OHt .
Mark A. llellwlrJtrph know exactly when the soul 1 of the North American Rite is I latin American countries There is a report, admittedly pray when as does happen to

A. nosier separates from the body. So ifyou not sponsored by the Catholic went to Cuba in 1962 on the most of us, we find ouselves or'n4( MOST .,. .
hard to verify, that he is furnishing BlAU'nnn.L'I Sl1UATlD
Advertising Manager encounter a situation ofa Church. It is a schismatic: pretext of pursuing normal beset by temptations against ArleEYS ""'IMRLD: IS SZOTLAH&S FORT AUtfuJTyC. \MoIIe.IS
person who died without the group which is definitely not t studies. funds to robversivegroups faith. BUILT ON ivc roar or LOCH NESS. caoixAuy A MILITARY. .4g,
April 26, 1963 IT BtCAMt A HOMASTCfty IN 1880.
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ST. CHARLES PARISHIONERS "Social planner3 who play exile" Archbishop Davis continued at the municipal golf Largest Selection ofCentral QUALITY Furniture in
down this image of man deform "no less
pressing are
course at Kalamazoo, Michigan."I Peace TalkY
him and do him a most Florida.
the problems of people at homein
was playing in the K. of
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Farm Fresh Milk From Our Own Prize Winning Archbishop Davis preachedat Central and North. '\". Lyons, past state Pope John XXIII and the chief
"Lack of educational opportunities -deputy, "where Bob Millar Is
the Miami diocese's third annual Buddhist monk of Ceylon have Meadow Brook Acres?
the need Why not live In Monterey or
; acute of pastoral the professional. I've known
JERSEY cows Pan American Day Mass, met in St. Peter's basilica and We have a home designed for your family
attention; the reform of a Bob for a long time, but had
which was offered in Bayfront exchanged greetings and best
Phone CY 5-0320 or CY 5-2129 Park by Bishop Coleman F. status quo which would per- never talked religion to him. wishes for their efforts for DEMETREE BUILDERS
petuate the concentration of "I happened to rememberthat

JERSEY JUG DAIRY Carroll of Miami. Several memo wealth and power in the hands the Priests at our parish peace.
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hierarchy were present
the of technicaland
the many; need inquiry class.
April 3 in the huge churchin
for the Mass.
sanctuary social assistance-these "They: conduct three a year
order to accommodate more A. LOMBARDI SEAFOODSWHOLESALE
The Archbishop said Pope are the challenges which must and have received as many as
than 10,000 members of an
WATK'IS. John XXIII in his social encyclical be met by men of good will ina 90 converts in a single year. Italian farmers' federation. RETAIL

Mater et Mdjtfstra and spirit of brotherly unity and Eager this year to reach the After addressing the farmers, LIVE LOBSTERS CRABMEAT
his peace encyclical Pacem In he said. asked the
cooperation, 100 markL they
Pope John talked individuallyto OYSTERS & CLAMS IN SHELL
PAINT WALL PAPERQR&AN40 Ten-is had laid down "the principle parishioners to try and bring
their leaders. Then he met SHRIMP RED SNAPPER
that the pursuit of the their non-Catholic friends.

WINTER' PARKORANGE common good in terms of world Family Teams ServeSPOKANE "So I said, 'Bob, we're start. and monk conversed G. Wisuuddhananda with Buddhist of SERVING WINTER PARK

r peace presupposes a right orderof (XC) In St.Augustine's ing an inquiry class at St. Augustine's Ceylon. and
things in society in all here 26 Church. Here's a fine ORLANDO AREAS
COUNTY parish Monsignor Thomas Ryan of FRESH

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REINFORCED CONCRETE The sons are trained by Sister you come my The Pope told the Buddhist
truly worthy example of action "'I've long been interested,'
Laura, sixth grade teacherof monk he appreciates what is
BURIAL VAULTSWHEN now for peace in all justice replied Bob, 'as I have many
and In all lie said
school religious.
the parish they good
and charity" In aiding Catholic friends. But none of 10,000 ft. of Display
ONLY THE FINEST IS GOOD ENOUGH supervise the training or retraining also! that men of good will sq.
exiles from Cuba.
them told me anything
ever
of their fathers at cooperate in working for the COLONIAL AGE STORETruly
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Educational Leader Backs # L ; r ';4 i *: d4 Action Barring Use of Taxes


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Federal Aid All Schools ,- w \
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to : 4ii ..- -J To Support Birth Control

NEW YORK (NC-Robert M. Hutchins, president of

the Fund for the Republic, has strongly endorsed federalaid CIIICAGO (NC)-A superior court judge has upheld

to parochial schools. the action of the Illinois attorney general who forbade
erally, it is arbitrary and unreasonable -
Professor Hutchins, in a pretending to payment of tax: funds to support birth control measures
separate -
pamphlet entitled "On Education" -
reliefers.
things that are not in among public
or a child and who
published this week by spouse request
all respects separable . r Judge John J. Lupe's ruling
a assistance.At .
the fund's center for the
studyof
hampering in search for .. came in mid-April after days of
us our >
democratic institutions, ::; / :; &i1 about the same time as
heated exchanges in his court
what
we need above
Santa Barbara, says: every the program began, a taxpaer.s -
thing else: a national idea of : room prompted by charges that suit filed in
"I am for federal aid to edu \ was superior

cation. I am for federal aid to education and a national" program '{.;'.. there was a Catholic conspiracyto court to stop It.

parochial schools. I am for to carry it out. .w kill the birth control plan. The attorney general, "Wil

aid who In his new pamphlet Professor liam G. Clark, a Catholic
federal to anybody will .' Thomas G. McConnell, a
Hutchins, a former K agreed that the program
do a sound educational job. Methodist and the attorney
The demand for educationIs chancellor of the University should be stopped.
...L- hired by five of the ten members
of Chicago, sharply criticizes
such that all who offer it : Clark said the program violated

are now taxexempt."The current United States education ","", ,""","", ., .. 4' .. .. II w-4i of the Illinois public aid Illinois law because It

next step will be to DURING- ---- SURVEY- --- -- OP-- -ST- -PETFR---.-- TT.AVFR--- --- smnnr.-!--............... TV_..., TA\TUA.....&4.,&.&..... commission to defend the com would use tax funds to give
recognize that since they are He says American studentsare Eighth grade pupils pictured with their teacher, Sister lian Alfonso, Rose Marie Duncan, Carolyn Alford, Char- mission's birth control efforts, birth control devices to unmarried

assisting in the performanceof the three"ordinary to four European"years behind and Gregory Joseph of the Sisters of the Holy Names, lene Williams, Linda Batchelor, Mardestine Taylor, May said the IPAC would appeal to living apart mothers from and their to women hus-

a public task, they mayreceive greet Father Robert F. S.J. of Boston the state supreme court "a.
blames U.S. for shortcomingson Hoey College, a Shirley Burney, Carmen Valdes, Francis Baker and Min- bands, thus encouraging prostitution -

tinned. public help, it con- a general "lack of respectfor professor who visited them in connection with the diocesan nie Ruth White. The survey of the Diocese will be com soon as possible." fornication and adulteryin

the mind," on overemphasis evaluation of schools. Pupils are, from left, Lil- pleted in June. The IPAC began on April 1 violation of state law.
He attracted widespread attention
on athletics and on narrow to implement a program of Clark also disclosed that he

speech in in Chicago January in which with he a vocational"Without training.the Intellectual Vatican Council's Spirit Guided \I Mass Guide I using state tax funds to pay for had ordered that state auditor

declared that the theory of a"wall techniques needed to understand birth control devices and re- Michael J. Hewlett also a Cath.

of separation" between lated medical care for womenon olic, not to sign checks to pay
ideas, and without at SUXDAV, April 28
Church and state "has no fu Progress Theme at Educators' MeetBy
least an acquaintance with the 2nd Sunday after Easter. public relief who have a for birth control services.
ture" in the United States.
major ideas that have animated Mass of Sunday, Gloria, ---
He said then that the "wall" mankind since the dawnof John J. Daly Jr. Creed, Preface of Easter). PHONE 877-7524

has no future "because It can history, no man may call ST. LOUIS (NC-Pope) John XXHTs widely quoted word, "aggiornamento" was MONDAY
April :!9
himself educated" he the understood sixth word in the National Catholic Educational Association's ,.
not help us learn. If taken lit says. convene St. Peter of Verona (Massof A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL
tion theme: "Catholic Educa-
as NCEA president general, Illinois school superintendentwas Martyr in Pasthaltimc, 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE.
tion .
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at the convention's opening discussion on the future of TUESDAY, April 30
Conditioned Lot
Chapel- Parking Joseph Cardinal Ritter, Arch
Mass, celebrated by Cardinal these schools, backbone of the St. Catherine of Siena. (Massof
FOSTER E. HEATH. Funeral Director bishop of St. Louis, a past
Ritter. Catholic educational system, a Virgin not Martyr, INC.
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1i first to note the relationship ly all countries of the world... WEDNESDAY, May 1
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the country. You have come 1380 persons in attendance
'Tour theme is In accord, is here to share and to learn," he sea of black habits sparklingwith THURSDAY). 2

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to call an ecumenical coun spirit of reaching out toward ).
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indeed restoration
and
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GRISSOM FUNERAL HOMEPhone '" B. McDowell of Pittsburgh SeTerilIart.s.. (Mass of ;
newal, said the Cardinal at tion when Monsignor FrederickG.
8473131KISSIMMEE and Father James C. Alexander, E\entius and
the opening session. Hochwalt, NCEA executive
Donohue of Baltimore-debate Theodulus, Martyrs, and St.
4810 Central Avenue
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1 I Similiarly, New Orleans'Archbishop secretary, delivered the key ..
each of the propositions, the Jtnenalis, Bishop-Confessor, William T. Towey Thorn** J. BretlCfttbolle '
"OLDEST IX CENTRAL FLORIDA" John Cody who note address. Owned and Operated
educators cast their ballots. Gloria, Preface of Easter; or
( Operating Under Same Name and Management was reelected to a second term .
The keynote session featured
Highlights of their vote wasa Mass of preceding Sunday, E

a ringing defense of conviction that a child seek- Gloria, 2nd prayer of several

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that cards
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learned from it." parent-teacher conferences. Preface of Easter).
CORK, Ireland (XC) -Seminaries .
The President cited Pope throughout the world

John XXIII's encyclical Pacemin should open their doors duringthe Fr. Daniel B. O'BrienCultivate

Ten-is! as evidence that "we
for the
,....chw summer holidays
are learning to talk a languageof
training of a lay elite, it was Compassion
--...- progress and peace across suggested at a clergy conference KEN DUDLEY FUNERAL HOMEKenneth

JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL the barriers of sect and creed." here by Bishop Thomas J.

Mr. Kennedy spoke last McDonough of Savannah, DCCW Delegates Urged M. Dudley LF.D.

Saturday at an academic con .
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Holy Father- Longs For Peoples of Earth to Become as Brothers




To Our Venerable Brothersthe sion they affirm-and there Is Connection between the tackle them with any hope of part in the various organiza which are marked by a pronounced meeting for the attainment of

Patriarchs no reason for not believing Common Good and a positive solution. tions and influence them from dynamism. For this some practical end which was

Primates, Archbishops, them-but to dissuade others Political Authority w>> The public authority of the within. reason, the problem of bringing formerly deemed inopportuneor

Bishops and other local Ordinariesin from ,aggression. There exists an intrinsic con- world community is not intended And since our present age is social reality into line with unproductive, might now or

There .Is reason to hope nection between the common to limit the sphere of one of outstanding scientificand the objective requirements of in the future be considered opportune

Peace and Communionwith however that by meeting and good on the one hand and the action of the public authority technical progress and excellence -justice is a problem which will and useful.

the Apostolic See negotiating men may come to structure and function of public of the individual political one will not be able to never admit of a definitive so- But to decide whether this

discover better the bonds-de- authority on the other. The community much less to enter these organizations and lution. moment has arrived and alsoto

To the Clergy and Faithfulof riving from the human nature moral order, which needs pub- take its place. work effectively from within Meanwhile 0 u r children lay down the ways and degrees -

which they have in unless he is scientifically competent must watch over themselveslest in which work in com
the whole World and common- lic authority in order to promote On the contrary its purposeIs
i that unite them, and that they the common good in hu- to create on a world basis technically capable and they relax and feel satis- mon might be possible for the

To all Men of Good Will 1 may also come to discover that man society, requires also that an environment in which the skilled in the practice of his fied with objectives already achievement of economic social

one of 'the most profound requirements -the authority be effective In attaining public authorities of each political own profession. achieved.In cultural and political ends

Pope John XXIII of their common that end. This demands community its citizens Apostolate ofa fact all human beings which are honorable and useful -

nature is this: that between that the organs through: which and intermediate associations Trained LaityWe ought rather to reckon that are problems which can
what has been accomplishedis be solved with the virtueof
only
Venerable Brothersand them and their respective peoples the authority is' formed be- can carry out their tasks, fulfill desire to call attention to
but little in comparisonwith prudence which is the guiding -
it is.not fear which should
and its their duties and exercise
comes operative pursues the fact that scientific competence
Beloved Children what remains' to be light of the virtues that
but love love which
reign a ends, must be composed and act theIr' rights with greater se technical capacity and
Health and Apostolic Benediction. tends to express itself in a collaboration in such a manner 'as to be capable curity. ((64)Modern ) professional experience although done. regulate the moral life both
that is loyal, mani- This Is so because organs of individual and social.
of to realization.
bringing not of
are
DevelopmentsAs necessary
fold in form and productive of production trade unions associations Therefore' as far as Catholics
g i PART III together h y reason 0 f their benefits. the new meaning which the Is known, the United Nations themselves sufficient to elevate professional organizations are concerned, this decision .
common origin, their redemp- many common good is taking on in the relationships of society to
Organization (U.N.O.) was insurance systems, legal rests primarily with
Relations between tion by Christ and their the historical evolution of the order that is genuinely human
super- established June 26 1945 an in
PART IV on systems political regimes and those!! who live and work
States (Continued) natural destiny and are calledto human family. and to it there were subse- that is to an order whose institutions for cultural, health the specific sectors of human
form one single family We Relationship of Men Today the universal common added foundation is truth, whose
intergovernmental -
Disarmament quently recreational or sporting pur- society in which those problems
appealed in the good poses problems of worldwide and objective Is jus-
(Continued from last week) encyclical and of PoliticalCommunities agencies with extensive international measure poses must all be adjusted to arise always, however
"Mater dimensions which cannotbe force is
Magistra" to tice whose driving
econom- tasks in the economic with the principles -
the era of the atom and of the in accordance'
must realize that there with the adequately tackled or solved whose method of attainment
ically developed nations to educa- love, and
ALL social cultural, conquest of space an era which of the' natural law,
no hope of putting an come to the aid of those which World Community except by the efforts of public tional and health fields. is freedom. the human family has already with the social doctrine of

end to the building up of armaments were in the process of development authorities endowed with a Nations For this end it is certainly .
The United Organi- entered, wherein it has commenced the Church, and with the directives
nor of reducing the (61) Interdependence between breadth of powers, structureand zation had as its essential pur- necessary that human beings its new advance towards of ecclesiastical an.

present stocks, nor still less of We are greatly consoled to Political Communities means of the same propor- pose the maintenance and con- carry on their own temporal limitless horizons. thority.For .
abolishing them altogether un Recent tions: that is, of public authorities activities in accordance with
see how widely that appeal has progress in science solidation of peace between it must not be forgottenthat
Relations between Catholics
less the process Is complete and been favorably received. And and technology has profoundly which are in a position to peoples, fostering between the laws governing them and the Church has the right
thorough and unless It proceeds We affected human and in- operate in an effective manneron following the methods corre- and Non-Catholics In
are confident that even beings them friendly relations basedon and the duty not only to safe
from Inner conviction; unless more so in the future it will fluenced men to work togetherand a world-wide basis. The the principles of equality, sponding to their nature. But Social and Economic guard the principles of ethics

that Is, everyone sincerely cooperates -contribute to the end that the live as one family. There moral order itself, therefore, mutual respect, and varied at the same time it is also nec AffairsThe and religion but also to intervene -

to banish the fear and poorer countries in as short a has been a great increase in the demands that such a form of forms of cooperation in every essary that they should carryon doctrinal principles out authoritatively with her

anxious expectation of war time as possible, will arrive at circulation of ideas, of persons public authority be established. sector of human society.An those activities as acts with- lined in this document derive children in the temporal sphere

with which men are oppressed.If that degree of economic development and of goods from one coun- Public Authority Institutedby act of the highest impor- in the moral order and, therefore from or are suggested by requIrements -when there Is a question of

this Is to come about, the which will enable try to another so that relations Common Consent and tance performed by the United as the exercise or vindication inherent In human judging the application of those

( fundamental principle on whIch every citizen to live in condi have become closer between Not Imposed by ForceA Nations Organization was the of a right, as the fulfillment nature itself, and are, for the principles to concrete cases.

our present peace depends must tions in keeping with his human individuals, families and public authority having Universal Declaration of Hu. of a duty or the performance most part, dictates of the nat- ((67))

be replaced by another which dignity.But intermediate associations be- world-wide power and endowed man Rights, approved in the of a service, and as a posi- ural law. They provide Cath Little by Little .

declares that the true and solid it is never sufficiently longing to different political with the proper means for the General Assembly of Decem- tive answer to the providential olics. therefore with 'a vast There are some souls particularly

peace of nations consists not in repeated that the cooperationto communities, and between the efficacious pursuit of its objective ber 10, 1948. In the preambleof design of God directed to our field in which they can meet endowed with generos-

equality of arms but in mutual which reference has been public authorities of those com- which is the universal that declaration, the recogni- salvation.In and come to an understandingboth finding situations
who
on
ity
trust alone. made should be effected with munities.At common good in concrete form, tion and respect of those rights other words, It is neces- with Christians separated where the requirements of justice

We believe that this can be the greatest respect for the liberty the same time the inter- must be set up by common accord -and respective liberties is proclaimed sary that human beings, in the from this Apostolic See, and are not satisfied or not satisfied

brought to pass, and We con of the countries being developed dependence of national econ- and not imposed by force. as an ideal to be pur- intimacy of their own con- also with human beings who in full, feel enkindledwith

sider that it is something for these must realize omies has grown deeper one The reason Is that such an sued by all peoples and all sciences, should so live and act are not enlightened by faith in the desire to change the

which reason requires, that it that they are primarily respon- becoming progressively more authority must be in a positionto countries. in their temporal lives as to Jesus Christ, but who are endowed state of things, as If they

Is eminently desirable in itself sible, and that they are the closely related to the other, so operate effectively while at Some objections and reserva- create a synthesis between with the light of reason wished to have recourse to

and that it will prove to be the principal artisans In the promotion that they become, as it were, the same time its action must tions were raised regarding cer- scientific, technical and profes- and with a natural and opera- something like a revolution.It .

source of many benefits.In of their own economic development integral parts of the one world be inspired by sincere and real tain points in the declaration. sional elements on the one tive honesty."In must be borne In mind that

the first place it is an and social progress.Our economy. Likewise the social impartiality. In other words, There is no doubt, however hand, and spiritual values on such relations let the to proceed gradually is the law
it must be action aimed at the document the other. faithful be careful to be always
an that representsan
objective demanded by reason. predecessor Pius XII progress, order security and of life in all its expressions.
of each are nec- satisfying the objective requirements important step on the path Integration of consistent in their actions, so
There can be, or at least already proclaimed that "in peace country Therefore, in human institutions
essarily connected with the social of the universal common toward the juridical-political Faith and ActionIt that they may never come to
there should be, no doubt that the field of order too, it is not possible!
relations between States, as a new progress, order, security good., organization of the world com is no less clear that today any compromise in matters of to renovate for the better except -
founded on moral principles, The Is that there religion and morals. A t the
.
and of all other difficulty munity.For
between individuals, shouldbe peace coun- in traditionally Christian nations by working from with
regulated: not by the forceof there is no room for viola tries. would be reason to fear thata : in it, in most solemn secular institutions although same time however let them in them gradually
tion of freedom integrity! supernational or world- form the dignity of be, and show themselves to
a person
arms but by the light of At the present time no political demonstrating a high Pius XII proclaimed:
and of other nations wide public authority Imposed is acknowledged to all be, animated by a spirit of understanding
security ,
reason, by the rule, that Is, community is able to pur- degree of scientific and tech. "Salvation and justice are
of truth of justice! and of active no matter what may be their sue its own interests and develop by force by the more human beings. nical perfection and efficiencyin and detachment, not to be found in revolution

and sincere cooperation. territorial extent or their capacity itself in isolation because powerful political communities And as a consequence there achieving their respectiveends and disposed to work loyally in but in evolution through con

for defense. the degree of its prosperity might be or might become is proclaimed, as a fundamental not infrequently are but the pursuit of objectives whichare cord. Violence has always
Secondly We that it is.
earnestly say to be desired "It 'is inevitable that the development is a reflection anda an instrument of one right, the right of free move- slightly affected by Christian of their nature good, or achieved only destruction, not
an objective "
in Itself. Is there powerful States, by reason of component part of the degreeof sided Intprt"sts.And ment in the search for truth motivation or inspiration.It conducive to good. ((66)) construction; the kindling of
anyone their and their even should this not and in the attainment of moral that in However one must never
who does not greater potential prosperity and developmentof is beyond question passions, not their pacification;
banished ardently to yearnto power, should pave the way in all the other political com- happen it would be difficultfor good and of justice, and also the creation of those Institutions confuse error and "the person the accumulation of hate and
see war see it to avoid all suspicion of the right to a dignified life, who errs, not even when thereis
and daily the establishment of economic munities. many contributed and ruin, not the reconciliation of
peace preserved more in its actions and question of error or inade-
connected
partiality while other rights
not contribute who
It
groups comprising only continue to the contending parties. And
firmly established? Insufficiency p. of Modern this would take from the vfrith those mentioned are likewise quate knowledge of truth In
away
themselves but also smaller and were believed to be and who has ,fefluced men and parties to
And finally it is an object States to Ensure' the the moral or religious field.
efficaciousness of its 5r
activity. clalmed.
well. It is T themselves Christians
weaker States as consider ; the difficult task of rebuilding,
which will be fruitful
tive a Universal Common Good The who errs is always -
Even though there maybe It is Our earnest wish that person
benefits its nevertheless indispensable that and without doubt in part at after sad experience 0 nth e
for
source of many in the interests of the common The unity of the human fame pronounced differences be- the United Nations Organization least, they were and are. and above all a human ruins of discord." ((68))
will be felt
advantages every- tween political communities as in its structure and in its being and retains in every case
has
existed becauseits
good they, as all others, should ily always How does one explain this? Task
individuals families An Immense
where-by by members human regards the degree of their economic become ever more his dignity as a human person.
respect the rights of those were means-may It is Our opinion that the explanation -
by nations by the whole their And he must always be regarded There Is an immense task Incumbent .
smaller states to political freedom beings all equal by virtue of developments and equal to the magnitude and nobility is to be found in an
human family. to economic developmentand their natural dignity. Hence military power they are all of its tasks, and that the inconsistency In their minds and treated in accordance on all men of goodwill

The warning of Plus XI to the adequate protection, there will always exist the objective very sensitive as regards their day may come when every human between religious belief and with that lofty dignity. namely, the task of restoring

still rings in our ears: in the case of conflicts between need to promote in suf- juridical equality and their being will find therein an their action in the temporal Besides, In every human be- the relations 0 f the

"Nothing is lost by peace; nations of that neutrality ficient measure the universal moral dignity. For that reason, effective safeguard for the sphere.It ing there is a need that Is human family in truth in justice -

everything may be lost by which is theirs according to the common good, that Is the com- they are right in not easily rights which derive directly is necessary therefore congenital to his nature and in love and in freedomthe -

war." (60) natural as well as international mon good of the entire human yielding in obedience to an authority from his dignity as a person, that their interior unity be reestablished never becomes extinguishedthat relations between individual

Since this is so, We, the Vicaron law. In this way, and family.In imposed by force, or to and which are therefore uni- and that in their compels him to breakthrough human beings; between citi-

earth of Jesus Christ, Sav- an authority in whose creation versal, Inviolable and Inalien- the web of error and zens and their respective political
in this way only, will they be times past, one could be temporal activity faith shouldbe
iour of the World and Authorof they had no part, or to which able rights. open his mind to the knowledgeof communities; between
beacon
able to obtain a fitting shareof justified in feeling that the present as a to give '
Peace and as interpreter of themselves did not decideto This is all the to be truth. political communities them-
the they more force to
common good, and assure public authorities of the different light, and charity as a
the very profound longing of submit by conscious and free hoped for since all human be- selves; between individuals,
the material and spiritual welfare political communities give life.I1tegral. And God will never fall to .
the entire human family fol. of their people." ((62)It ) might be in a position to provide choice. ings, as they take an ever more EducationIt act on his interior being, with families, Intermediate associations

lowing the impulse of- Our is vitally important, there- for the universal common The Universal Common Good active part in the public life is Our opinion too, that the result that a person, whoat and political communities
the hand and the world
heart, seized by anxiety for on the one ,
of their political commun-
fore, that the wealthier States, good either through normal and Personal Rights own the above-mentioned inconsis- a given moment of his life other. ThisIs
all feel it Our to on the
of duty community
'
good channels of in- ities, are showing an increasing lacks the clarity of faith or
in providing varied forms of diplomatic or top-level Like the common good between the religious
tency it lathe
those most exalted task, for
beseech
men, especially a
the affairs all
of
who have the responsibility of assistance to the poorer, should meetings, or by making use of dividual political communities, Interest in peoples faith, in those who believe, and even adhere* to erroneous' task of bringing about true
respect the moral values and juridical instruments such as so too the universal common and are becoming more their activities in the temporal doctrines, can at a future established

public affairs to spare no ethnic characteristics peculiar conventions and treaties, for good cannot be determined except -,consciously aware that they sphere, results-In great partif date be enlightened; and be. peace In the order
labor in order to ensure that by God.
example juridical instruments regard to the are.living members of a world Mere the truth.
world events follow a reason to each and also that they by having not entirely-from the lack Admittedly those who are

able and human course.In should avoid any intention of suggested by the natural law human person. Therefore the community.PART of a solid Christian education. Meetings and agreements in endeavoring to restore the relations -

the highest and most authoritative political domination.If and regulated by the law of public authority of the world V Indeed, it happens in many the various sectors of daily life of social life according to
nations and international law. community too, must have as between believers and those ,
assemblies let men this is done, "a precious quarters and too often that the criterions mentioned aboveare
As result of the far-reach its fundamental objective the PastoralExhortations l between who do not believe or believe
give serious thought to the contribution will be made towards a there is no proportion not many. To them We express -

problem of a peaceful adjust the formation of a world ing; chan t""hl'h havetaken recognition respect, safeguarding scientific training and religious insufficiently because they ad- 0 u r paternal appreciation -

ment of relations between political community, a community in place in the relations and promotion of the rightsof Duty of Taking Part instruction. here to error can be occasionsfor and We earnestly invite

communities on a world which each! member while con the human person. The former continues and is discovering truth and pay- them to persevere in their
of the human familthe universal in Public Life '
level=an adjustment foundedon scious of its own individual This can be done by direct extended until It reaches lgher ing homage to it. work with ever greater zeaLAnd

mutual trust, on sincerityin rights and duties will work in common good gives action when required, 0 r by Once again We deem it opportune -degrees, 'while the latter remains It must be borne In mind, We are comforted by the

negotiations and on faithful a relationship of1 equality towards rise to problems which are creating on a world scale an to remind Our childrenof at elementary level.It furthermore,. that neither can hope that their number will increase -
environment in which the pub their duty to take an active therefore false philosophical teachings regarding -
fulfillment Of obligations assumed. the attainment of the complex, very grave and extremely is indispensable, I especially among those
universal lic authorities of the individual,: part in public life and to con- the training of the nature, origin and ,
;Let. them study the common good. ((63)) urgent, especially as that in who believe. For it Is an Im-

problem until they find that Signs of ,the'Times regards security and world political communities can more tribute toward the attainmentof youth, education should be destiny of the universe and of perative of duty; it Is a requirement
point.of agreement from whichit easily carry out their specific the common good of the en- complete and without Interruption man be identified with historical : of Love.
Men and '
are becoming more
will be possible to commenceto convinced that peace. 'functions. tire human family as well as to namely that In the movements that have economic Every believer In this
more disputes On the other hand the that of their own political com- cultural or
go forward toward accords which arise between States public The Principleof minds of the young religious social po- world of ours must be a
authorities of the individual political munity. values' should be cultivatedand litical ends not even when center of
that will be sincere, lasting and should not be resolved by recourse SubsidiarityJust spark of light; a
fruitful.We communities-placed as as within each political They should endeavor therefore the moral conscience refined these movements have origin love a vivifying leaven
to arms but rather by they are on a' footing of equal- in the light of the Faith ated from those teachings and
be-
for Our part will not community the relations in a manner to keep amidst his fellow men. And
negotiation.It with the other and with the strength of, love have drawn and still draw inspiration -
one
cease to pray God to bless these ity -no tween individuals, families in- pace with the continuousand he will be this all the more
is true that on historical that the various institutions
toensure
matter how much multi- therefrom.
labors so that they may lead to they termediate associations and ever more abundant assimilation perfectly the more closely: he
fruitful results.In grounds this conviction is ply their meetings or sharpen public authority are governedby -whether economic of wientlfic and This is so because the teach- lives in communion with Godin
based chiefly on the terrible their wits in efforts to draw social cultural or political in drawn ,
the principle of subsidiarity technical knou ledge. ings once they are up the intimacy of his own

LibertyIt be destructive force o f modern up new juridical instruments, so too the relations between ,purpose-should be such as not And it is indispensable, too, and defined remain always the soul
has also to: borne in arms. And it is nourished by to create obstacles but ratherto
they are no longer capable of the public authority of each that they be instructed regard- same, while the movements In fact, there can be no peace
mind that. relations between the horror aroused in the mind facilitate render less
or arduous -
facing the task of finding historical situations
an in
political community and the ing the proper way to carry working i Between 'men unless there is
States should be based on freedom by the thought of the man's perfecting of him-
M very adequate solution to the prob- public authority of the world out their actual tasks. (65)) in constant evolution, cannot j peace within each one of them
that Is to say' that no cruel destruction and the immense in the
self both natural orderas
lems mentioned above. And influenced these latter -
but be by
4 community must be regulatedby Constant EndeavorWe unless, that Is, each one builds
country may unjustly oppress suffering which the use this is not due to a lack of well as in the supernatural. and cannot avoid, there-
in the light of the same principle deem it opportune to ,ip within himself the order
others or unduly meddle of those armaments would good will or of a spirit of enterprise This means that the pub Scientific Competence, point out how difficult it Is to fore, being subject to changes ,wished by God.

their' affairs. On, the contrary bring to the human family. but because of a struc- lic authority of the :world com- Technical Capacity and understand clearly the relation even of a profound nature. Besides Hence St. Augustine asks:

11!1 should help to develop in And for this reason it is tural defect which hinders munity must tackle and solve Professional Experience between. the objective requirements who can deny that those "Does your soul desire to
thers: : a sense of responsibility,
"\ hardly possible to imagine them. problems of an economic social Nevertheless, in order to imbue of justice and concrete movements. in so far as they overcome> your lower inclina-

spirit of enterprise and ant that in the atomic era war It can be said therefore, thatat political or cultural char- civilization with sound situations, that is to perceivethe conform to the dictates of right \1 ions? Let it be subject to Him
., the
est desire to be first
could be used as an instrument this historical moment the acter which are posed by the princiD'!":; and enliven it with degrees and forms In reason and- are Interpreter of ,who Is cn high and it will conquer -
their advancent '
'>:promote in field.own of Justice. present system of organizationand universal common good. For, ..> pirit of the Gospel, it Is "which doctrinal principles and the lawful aspirations of the [ the lower self: there will

every Nevertheless, unfortunately, the way its principle of because of the vastness peace in you; true, secure

t :-lie: Evolution of Econom- the law of fear still reigns authority operates on a world plexity and urgency of those the gift of faith and enkindled to reality. ments that are positive and deserving md well ordered peace. Invhat

ically UnderdevelopedCountries among peoples, and it forces basis no longer correspond to problems, the public authorities 'with the desire of forwardinga And the perception of those of approval? does that order consist?

them to spend fabulous sums the objective requirements of of the individual States good cause. For this end it degrees and forms is all the It can happen then, that a God(: commands the soul; the

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Venerable brothers papal teaching, in exhortations and in serious those who undertake this service in an apostolic Reject TemptationsWe

warnings.The manner will increase. are near to men of culture and of
dear children
: encyclical Pact in Terris is In. Nevertheless we must not underestimatethe study, who are called to a mission which involves

Vobis-Peace be to ;you (1)). This lov tended as Our Easter gift of the year of the difficulties to be met with in such a tremendous weariness that is often unknown and

) PAX greeting of Jesus rises from Our Lord 1963. task, and the frequent obstacles, due hidden, the sacrifice of pleasant satisfactions

t It is the expression of that ardent desire to man's inclinations which are so often do- and constant selfcontrol.We .
heart as We wait to celebrate in a very short
minated egoism. with complete trust, to the
by are near,
time the glory of the Resurrection.
XCWC Service The gift of peace will give to each one an representatives of the press and of the radio
From the first Easter of Our pontificate to News has supplied "The
awareness of responsibility and of obligations, and television, on whose work depends in part
the present day, the Lumen Christi, of which Florida Catholic" with the text of the Easter
that he to his fellow what the formation the deformation of public
grant men they or
may
We spoke to you on Holy Saturday 1939 ((2)), message' broadcast by Pope John XXIII. This
< \
J has, in spite of difficulties, continued to papal message was delivered on Holy Saturday expect and have a right to possess. Thus it opinion.
will prove less arduous to enter resolutelyinto AVe entreat them to place themselves at
spread its light over the world. Of this light, over Vatican Radio.
the complexity of human problems and the service of what is good and beautiful,
there are three irradiations which We would
', relations through an extension of the Pax and to eliminate all dangerous suggestionsby

{v ..;; \ consider: burning in Our soul as universal shepherd of Christiana (Christian Peace), which arrangeseverything which youth and simple people are '"0ofl..n
: -The ecumenical council and the social
Holy] Church which reflects the heart of
't'", \ in its due order and eliminates all attracted.In .
encyclicals
.\ Jesus. sources of social and civil disturbance.This the name of God! the Just judge We invite .
Generous service on behalf of human and "
"He is
the
our peacesays Apostle is the meaning of Christ's Easter: Of all those in responsible positions! to reject
.. Christian living together. Paul "and coming He preached to
.J.' '" peace "its presence among u*, its constant newness, the temptations towards easy success.
"' -Good wishes bearing encouragement and you that were afar off and peace to them that immolatus est Christ !
:' '. its method of conquest. Pascha nostrum us
: \'J\ blessing. were high: For by Him we have access bothin
: We feel Ourselves to be at the side of the
..S .. \. The Ecumenical Counciland the Father" : Effective Reminder
'" ''\ one spirit to ((3)) workers laboring in the workshops and In the
,
1... ., Social EncyclicalsAllow .What a heavenly vision! Peace with God With what truth the Catholic liturgy mines, in the fields and in the factories to

in the fulfillment of Ills: will; JKMCC with man chants: Pa>cha nostrum immolatus est Chris- the Our affection
5 Us first of all to mention the Second whom in every hour of day
l. in the respect for each ones rights, for upon tu<: (6)). out.
ate thought and care
goes
fi" Vatican Ecumenical Council. Its name
,<.y tt'4i ". ..... ..,'. ',.i ". very each one is signed i the glory) of the mo>thigh This indicates that from the coming of natural that Our heart beats witha
'; suffices enthusiasm in But it is
to
% arouse
; .} 1 : \:" t ., .\ '.:', ." < ,<.. ;. has understood its immutable e"eQ'onewho doctrinal ((4)); peace-in families:;, where the married Jesus Christ on earth all has been changed. more vivid sympathy for those< suffering,

couple collaborate with the Lord In the trans He became man, spoke, worked miracles, died work and whom
I Pope John LXIIIPeace principles and its all-embracing pastoral objectives for those lacking secure to
mission of life,"and the children grow up "as and roe again.Wherefore.
which reach out to the vast horizons the needs of their families bring burning;
-- olive round about the table" ((5). does- not II'I'lnat life and
plants, ) one :
Pacem in Terris : --I opened 20 centuries ago by Our Divine Re anxiety tempered only by trust In Providence;
that which consists in
ClipandSavePacem
glory, true MICCT.SS
deemer. An End to Threats for all those struggling heroically in adversesituations

[ on Earth] in Terris (Peace on I Even the secular world-which seemed or Peace within nations, by a watchful In- the good of all and for all, except. through exposed to pain known only to the

Earth), the latent<< encyclicalby 1 was said to be little concerned with religious terest to promote' the ordered development of !''ianlf t'f'. Lord; for all those who are suffering in body

Contlaoed from Palrfl !rvrn) Pope John XXIII I is conj questions has felt the importance of this the life of the citizens, Peace, finally, in the The marvelous liturgical rites of these and in spirit In the ward, of hospitals and
soul commands the and past days have left their impression anew
body; eluded here. Xf'UV News
j assembly of all the Catholic Bishops and is mutual relation of the nations, in a loyal determination in their own homes.

there is nothing more orderly Service pro'idrd i Till expecting of it the desired influence upon the to put an end to suspicion, misunderstandings upon our souls. The immolated Lamb has 0 how We would wish to come to the fild
than this." ((69) been silent before His persecutors ((7)), teach. .
FLiOKIDA CATHOLIC with I
social structure.The and threats. of each of them to exhort them to serene confidence
Prince of Peace this translation released -! ing us by His death the secret of truly fruit- both
The English council is, indeed, a beacon toward Mater or to offer them-God willing-
The two documents, et Magistra ful life.
These words of Ours, which by the Vatican Press which not only the Church's children, but motives strength and joy.
and Pacem in Ten-is provide new
May this law he an pfp'tinrf'minlpr to
We have wished to dedicate to Office. Headers' are already all men of good will are looking with hope. for serious reflection on economic, social Prayer of Peace
all those \\ho are responsible! for the<< new
' the problems that most beset requesting extra copies of But the special interest of these days is and political I problems with a view to generations': parents educators as well as O Prince of Peace, rifen Jecuf, benign

the human family today, and the two issues<< we are usingto centered upon the encyclical Pacem in Terris solving them' through a respect and love for all those who are 'invested with authority, guardian of the entire human race. To The-
on the just solution of which publish the encyclical in (Peace on Earth) which is dedicated to the
those immutable and universal laws whichare to consider, themselves! at the service of alone man looks for help and healing for hi.

the ordered progress of society I full.CLIP I right ordering of society as a means of written in the heart of every man. brothers. wounds.As .

depends, are dictated by a .AXI SAVE the published achieving the most precious benefit of peace.
pro- It is true that nothing is easy, and We do i May it especially l>e an invitation, uniting: in the days of Thy sojourn on earth
found aspiration which We encyclicale suggest This letter expounds the thought of the .
avoid not hide this fact from ourselves, but with the 1 obedience with brotherly discipline and solidarity Thou dost ever have a predilection for litt
know Is shared by all men of to disappoint Church upon that subject, and it outlines, in
with sincere tribute of subjection ones, for the humble and for those In pair
help of God and a for all those who desire to spread
ment. The I not ableto
good will: the consolidation of laPPIIii the light of the Gospel a synthesis of all the .
number ofrequests to Him, true progress in brotherhoodand ; throughout the world the light of the Gospel, Thou always goest in search of sinners. Mak
meet large
a elements that conduce in individual
in the world. to true peace
peace for bark issues thatcarried peace is possible. A good start has already the echo of Christ's resurrection. all invoke Thee and find Thee that in Theethey
As the humble and unworthy surroundings of the family and of the have the the truth and th-
texts of encj clicals. been made, and this should encourage all to' Good Wishes Bearing may way,
community.
Vicar of Him whom the Prophet life.
continue and to have confidence.
announced as the Prince of O peace! Much more than being:; a balanceof Encouragement, and Blessings
Keep us in Thy peace, 0 Lamb Immolated
glad to impart to you, venerable external forces, peace is a divine gift, a Generous Service on BehalfOf Venerable brothers and dear children:
have the j
Peace, ((70)) We dutyto for our salvation: Agnus Del, qul tollis I)('{
expend all Our energies in :' brothers to Priests both pledge of the love of Christ who reconciles Human and Christian The solemnity of Easter is above all other cata mundi, dona nobis pacem! Lamb of CoO

an effort to protect and secular and Religious, to and religious souls to the heavenly Father and establishes Living TogetherThere feasts. It is the center of history, both of the Who takest away the sins of the world, grain

strengthen this gift. J j men and women to them in His grace. The internal order whichis life of the peoples and of individual men redeemed -
the faithful of dioceses is noticeable in an ever greater number us peace.
your upheld by good secures a tranquil external by Christ's Sacrifice.
However, peace will be but ;particularly to those who make of men a more earnest consciousness, notony That, 0 Jesus, Is our prayer.
order otherwise this order is unstable sinceit
; : Prepare then, to celebrate it with great
an empty-sounding word unless t, effort to put these exhortations of their own rights, but also of theirown Drive far from the heart of man all that
every is dependent on human prudence. care, dear children: all of you, none excepted.
it Is founded on the order 1 of Ours into practice, duties. could endanger peace, and confirm all men iji
The sound of the hells and of the ,
which this present document j(Our apostolic blessing in propitiation Epitomizes TeachingsThis We wish to pay homage to the world 'organizations organs truth, justice and brotherly love.
which in a short while will out the
: ring anew,
has outlined in confident hope: 1 of heavenly favors. new document, which is linked with which are laboring in every Enlighten the rulers of the nations, sit
splendor of lights, the harmony and beauty
an order founded on truth, Finally, upon all men of good Mater et Magistra, on the subject of peace field-political, cultural and charitable-to'I that, together with a just care for the welfare
of the churches may all this be a reflection of
built according to justice, vivi- ,will, to whom this encyclical epitomizes the teachings of our predecessorsfrom serve man in his dignity as a person as a 1 of their brothers, they may guarantee<<;
your joyous souls entirely vivified by the
fled and integrated by charity, letter is also addressed, We Leo XIII to Pius XII. Toward preservingor brother and as a son of God. In this noble en. and defend the great treasure of peace.

and put into practice in free- j implore from Almighty God recovering this inestimable gift there has deavor Catholics are both present and active;|;: light of Christ. Inflame the wills of all to overcome the
Pax vobis vohis
Peace
;: pay be to you,
dom. health and prosperity. been, throughout the last 70 years, a mass of and We are confident that the number of barriers that divide, to strengthen again the
This is such a noble and elevated Given at Rome at St.Peter's peace he to you! Always peace. In the heartof bonds of mutual' charity, to be prompt to

task that human resources every man, in homes: in places of work,
understand, to sympathize and to pardon, so
on Holy Thursday, At Boston College's Centenary In national communities, in the world.
though inspiredby ,
even that the nations unite in Thy name, and
may
the 11th day of April, in the .
Addressing once more to ,alI the greetingof
the most praiseworthy good-
that peace, Thy peace, may triumph In hearti:,
1963 the fifth of Our
will cannot bring it to realiza- year Easter, Our thoughts are turned to the Immense -
,
in families and In the world.In .

tion alone.In pontificate.JOHN XXIII Cardinal Cushing Suggests Ways To has entrusted family which to Us. the goodness of the .Lord pledge of this most firm peace, the gift

order that human society of our Divine Risen Lord, and strengthened by
We have said it before, and We wish to re-
may reflect as faithfully Our very good wishes, We are pleased to impart -
'peat it: in this hour of recollection
moving
Reconciliation with ,
a 4 possible: the Kingdom; of F.nryrllcal Footnotfi Gain OrthodoxBOSTON to all who are listening, and to the entire
We are near to you both in prayer and in af-
from i 4:0.: Cf. Radio Message. Aug. 24,
God, help on..:high human family Our propitiatory apostolic
1939. \.A.5. XXXI 19J9 p. 334. fection.
necessary.! ;._ 61. A.A.S LIII, 1961 pp. 440441. (NC-Richard Cardinal Cushing has said here that in the quest for Christian We feel Ourselves near to Our venerable blessing, In order that "the God of peace IK

For this reason, during these is E\e.6*. Cf.1941.Radio A.A.S.Message.XXXl194 Christinas%, pp.I unity Catholics should seek forgiveness from their Orthodox brethren for hostilities brothers in the episcopate and to the Priests with you all" ((8)).
sacred Our supplication
days, Amen, amen.
raised with greater fervor to- 16-17.63. Encycl.. Mater et Magistra! of against them. trust instead of the misery of and the West. It is probablethat who in every country are spreading the King-

wards Him who by His painful John XXIII, A.A.S. LIII. 1961. p. The Archbishop of Boston hostility and suspicion." they shall be settled before [ dom of God with wonderful generosity; near Tt.ot..
443. said at a theological conferenceat also] to consecrated souls in ancient institutesas (1) John 20. 19.
Passion and death overcame of Pius XII to "But all these things are the end of the second Vatican (:) Cf. nadlomes age of.the *8'March 1959, D leorsi.
Cf. Address
64. Boston
College that Eastern well as in more recent ones, who in the Me*&agl. 1
Colloqul. pp. 208-213.
sin-the root of discord and the youths of Catholic Action from the secondary to the love of Council. '

source of sorrows and inequalities diocews of Italy gathered in Roma, Christians estranged from the Christ! ," the Cardinal stressed."It Cardinal Cushing offered t I I' silence of contemplation and in the active ((3)4) Cf.Kph.Pa.2, 4.14.7.17-18. .' .
Sept. 1%. 1948. A.A.S. XL, p. 412. Holy See and those in union exercise of the works
: of
-and by His Blood reconciled 6$. Cf. Eneyol. Mater Magistra. is for His sake, not for "two practical suggestions to( mercy, are giving (5) Cf. Ps. 11. J.
of John XXIII. A.A.S. LIII. 1961, with it both have grievancesin that ,. proof of a life generously offered to God and (6) 1 Cor. 5. 7.
mankind to the Eternal 454. regard to the Catholic ours, we seek unity/: build the bridge between the I to souls. (7) Cf. mats*, 63, 7.

Father. P.66. Ibid., p. 456. Church. In regard to Eastern Chris. East and the West:" (8) Rom. 15, 33.

"For he himself is our peace, 67. Ihid. p. 456; cf. Encyct. Immort- tians in union with the Holy 1. "A greater interest in the
: John C. O'BrienInadequate
But "the Orthodox Chris
he it is who has made both ale Del of Leo XIII. Acta Leonis See, he said "they have many history of the divided
XIII V, 18S5. p. 128; EncycL Ubi tians, those not In union with
one And coming. he announced Arcano of Plus XI. A.A.S. XIV.It22 complaints against their pres- churches."
the Holy See, our separated
the good tidings of p. 698 ; and Address of Plus ent status." 2. "A greater zeal In transla Aid
XII to Delegates of the International brethren, are our primary con : Given Hospitals
peace to :you who were afar off, Union of Catholic Women's cern for the moment," the Car "Complaints of this kind, tions, both of Oriental works

and of peace to those who were Leagues gathered in Rome for a however, must be settled before into English and of Western
joint convention. Sept. 11, 1947. A. dinal said last week at the two- : AS the United States Congress millions
blithely billions
near." ((71)) we can hope to build a works into Russian and modern appropriates or of dollars for
A.S. XXXIX, 1947 486.
And in the liturgy of these 68. Cf. address to workers p. from the day conference, which opened lasting bridge between the East Greek." fAthis or that purpose, the bewildered taxpayer may be forgiven for wondering if any

days. we hear the announce- dioceses of Italy gathered in Rom. Boston College's observance of consideration ever is given to the relative priority of the needs of the American people.It .
June 13. 1943. A.A.S. its
Pentecost. centenary. -
ment: "Our Lord Jesus Christ XXX,.. 1943. P. 175. would seem to be easierto
after His resurrection, stood in 69. Miscellanea Augustlnlana!! lie then posed the question To Sudan's PremierMissionaries get an appropriation author. out under the stars, photo- private hospital! construction.

the midst of His disciples and Sermones port' maurlnos repertl "Have our Orthodox brethren ized for a far-out space explor- graphing bears and mailing It; would also] authorize an
of St. Augustine. Rome 1930 p. 6-33. to the folks back additional
postcards $150,000,000
said 'Peace be to you: alleluia: 70. Cf. Is. 9, 5. anything against us? ation project or for more outdoor a year

the disciples rejoiced seeing the '71. Eph. 2. 14-17. "Making all allowances for Direct New playgrounds .- home. More than 88,000,000 of for five years to help state and

7!. Responsory at Matins on the them were clocked through local governments construct
Lord. ((72)) Friday after Easter. the complications of history, than

He leaves us peace, He bringsus 73. Jn. 14. 27.Bishop. we must in simple honesty for hospitalsfor parks and historical sites last new institutions for the care

peace. confess that they may hold Appeal Against Expulsion the care of year.If of the diseased and the mental

"Peace I leave with you, my Neumann's certain things against us; neglect the sick or thf"r'tre plenty of 'ly ill.

peace I give to you; not as the to help them when they VERONA, Italy (NC)-Missionaries expelled from the! scholarships j.-: hospitals for the care of the The hospital aid bill has no

world gives do I give to you." BeatificationSet were attacked by the Moslems, Sudan have issued a detailed manifesto against the repres-' for medical sick, no one could carp about administration backing, although

) for June 23 the pride and ruthlessness of sive policy of the African nation's Moslem-dominated government students to more federal spending for the White House vigor

(73)This is the peace which We the Crusaders, the sack of Con speed up the outdoor recreation.But ously backed the "outdoor re

Implore of Him with the ardent rllu.DEI.PIII.NC( ) stantinople, the assumptionthat The review of the anti-mis General, that we missionariesare training of' there are not enough creation" bill. And up till now
the enemies of the Sudan,
yearning of Our prayer. May The date for the beatificationof Latin customs and out- sionary campajgn is addressed sorely needed hospitals, not enough Institutions it has received scant attention
the of disorder the dis
cause ,
He banish from the hearts of Bishop John Neupomucene looks were superior; the con directly to Sudanese prime doctors, den for the care of mental from the lawmakers.Yet .
seminators of hate and
men whatever might endanger Neumann C.SS.R., has been set troversial and hostile spirit of minister General I bra him every tists and nurses. patients, not enough training over the past ten years,
other evil? If so, it would be
peace. May he transform them definitely for Sunday, June 23. so much Western writingseven Abbud, and informs him that The other day, for example schools for the retarded child, Congress appropriated more
the first time in the 2000yearhistory ( ( (
t f into witnesses of truth, justice This was announced by in comparatively recent his regime's violation of human of Catholic the senate passed the not enough nursing homes for than a billion dollars for the
missionarywork
and brotherly love. May He Archbishop! John Krol of times," he pointed out. rights is now under a cloud of so-called "outdoor recreation"bill the chronically ill. development of a nuclear-
state the Verona Fa.
enlighten the rulers of peoplesso Philadelphia after' receipt of The Cardinal said the Ortho- unfavorable world opinion. thers. to increase substantiallythe Already hard put to raise powered airplane which turned

that in addition to their solicitude the formal document from dox may also hold against It was prepared by the Verona facilities for visitors to the enough taxes to support exist out to be a flop. In the opinionof

for the proper welfare of the sacred congregation of. Catholics "the ignorance and Fathers, who with an associated Denying any political aims, national par k s. The bill ing institutions, the states and many experts, such a planewas

their citizens they may guar rites in Rome.Archbishop indifference towards Byzantine group 0 f Sisters account -the Veronese missioners say authorized only a small part of the cities lack the funds to expand obsolete before the research -

antee and defend the great gift Krol, who will history and theology which for most of the 108 Cath. that they have been in the the program advocated by the their hospital facilities.Yet was! started, since the

of peace. May He enkindle the head a pilgrimage to the beati- has been evident for centuries; olic missioners expelled from Sudan for 100 ;years. outdoor .recreation enthusiasts proposals to provide additional United States already had mill

I wills of all so that they may fication ceremony, said that the attempts of not a few 'mis the Sudan in recent months. In Iany of us have died very which called for the addition of federal funds to help tary bombers that would fly

overcome the barriers that divide three days of prayers in thanks. sionaries' to Latinize the whole addition, 50 Protestant mis- young along the unhealthy some 600,000 acres with 400 local authorities to build more faster and at a higher altitude

cherish the bonds of mutual giving will be held in Rome Church; the very language we sioners have also been ousted banks of the upper Nile. We miles of waterfront to existing hospitals for patients who can than the nucelarpoweredplane

charity, understand others, after the event. often use about union, that the from the ountr). The mani. have not'taken away anything, public recreation facilities, the not afford to pay the fees of was projected to do.

and pardon those who have Amleto Cardinal CicognanI, Orthodox must be 'led back,' festo takes up an entire edition either men, ivory; minerals or development of 28,000 new private hospitals thus far have Let the Air Force or the National

done them wrong. papal secretary of state and must 'submit,' must 'return to of the Verona monthly; maga- cotton; instead we have broughtin camping grounds and picnic elicited less support than the Aeronautical and Space

Bjr virtue of His action, former apostolic delegate in the obedience." zine, \igrizia. all that we have painstak areas and 4000 sites where bill to increase the number of Agency come forward with a

may all peoples of the earth United States, has agreed ,to "All this," Cardinal Cushing The editors ask general ingly received by; begging alms boating, swimming, winter outdoor playgrounds.The ; project asserted to be essentialto

become as brothers, and mar offer one of the Masses of the asserted, "and perhaps more, is Abbud whether he Intends to throughout the world," they sports and other recreationuses Hill-Burton act, passeda keeping the United States In

the most longed-for peace' triduum for the Philadelphia what our brethren have against make of the southern half of emphasize. could be served. few years ago appropriated the vanguard of the technolog

blossom forth and reign always pilgrimage, he said. us. his country, which is the scene The appeal to General Abbud But the bill did authorize the $150,000,000 a year to help finance ical race with the Russians:

between them.' Bishop Neumann, a 19th century "Therefore,. we approach of the anti-Christian campaign, concludes with a n assurance spending of $480,000,000 over the construction of both and congress responds wit"

As a pledge of this peace, Redemptorist was a mis- them to ask forgiveness and to a Moslem colony in which religion that the Church is willing to the next eight years to expandthe public and private hospitals.But alacrity. But if a member pro

and with the ardent wish thatit sionary in western New York come with us to lay togetherour is imposed on a people the events of nation's playgrounds. this has proved inadequateto posed spending $1,000,000,000 Ir-

1'1 may shine forth on the Chris- who became Bishop of Philadelphia gifts upon God's altar." that does not want it. forget repressive Now, it is easy' enough to the need.A one sweep on projects relate

tian communities entrusted to in 1852 and during an He explained that "many advantages They point out that this the past and "willing to begin make out a case for outdoor pending bill would to the eradication of diseas

f your care, especially for the eight-year reign was famed for would come from effort directly opposes! 20th anew with a blank page and to recreational facilities. Millionsof
amend the Hill-Burton act to mental disorders
benefit of those who are most establishing Catholic schools reconciliation with our Ortho- century' trends toward de. increase her works of mercy Americans spend healthful or illlterac:

lowly and in the greatest need into a diocesan system and be dox brethren," including "the colonization and tolerance. for benefit 0 f the Sudanese vacations motoring throughthe allocate all of the presently the cry would] go up that th

of.-help and defense, \"e are friending, immigrants. happiness of friendship and "Are you truly convinced, people." national parks, camping authorized appropriation to nation could not afford It.jrE .


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(Continued from Fare One) emy led by Sister Mary George Archbishop of our Diocese, as 2-3473
came the
the farthest distancefor S.SJ., sang hymns for the pil our spiritual leader, has decided tr } 118 North Beach Street
annual
event in the
grimage. The statue of Our that very appropriatelythese
See .
City.Altar Lady of La Leche was carried hallowed grounds should

boy delegations were by the Academy's sodality again be the scene of another

present from near and far, said prefect, assisted by children of cross Y S C : 7M ti' 1 1'f Welcome Travelers

Father Michael V. Gannon, mIs- Cathedral schools.Canopy.bearers .i a : Furniture

sion director. The crossbearer's "We who are alive 400 Porch and Patio specialties
were mem
attendants Included altar years after the first Rattan Wrought Iron
boys bers of the Cathedral's Nocturnal ;
from St Benedict parish In St. Adoration Society. Catholics came to this land t&T Aluminum

Augustine and St. Plus parish should drem this a rare opportunity Highway I -Ormond Beach
Sisters of several communities -
1 in Jacksonville. All the altar in history to makea
were pilgrims.The .
boys wore cassocks and surplices contribution: that will be a

order of the procession light for future generations' l i.J W hill* In Daytona Beach top 6l

following the altar boys In. KAY'S Restaurant
The choir of St. Joseph Acad-
cluded the school children "It is truly appropriate that StreetUNEXCELLED
734 Main
from many parishes followed an illuminated cross and a FOOD

by adult pilgrims and by the storehouse for the treasures of AT REASONABLE PRICES
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EstimateColl chaplains, and Monsignor Mc- commemorate this anniversary.We .

11:0: Nulty and Monsignor Cloonan well know: from the liturgyin ._ .
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ment. means that In this sign whichis PILGRDIS AT AAIERICA'S OLDEST MISSION ON LOW

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level of religious and moral a. Sunday at the annual pilgrimage J. Mallory. Ow..r

LUMBER CO. life in early Christian com Serve Vital Others Priest Asks America's Oldest CL 2-4284 I3S Magnolia

munities. He asked for Cath ,
Mission, the Mission! of Xom
West Palm Beach olics of this age to return to Church Need
TE 2-6171 the single-mindedness of Chris- TAMPA-Where are we able to find that great upsurgeof bre De Dios at St. Augustine.The .

tian life and the clarity of its Catholic missionary activity which is so sorely neededin congregation at the Mission's
youth Urged the world today?
ideals. late Pope Pius XII referred to pilgrimage ceremonies

Father Bernard F. Dittman,, hundreds from out ALUMINUM
"the supreme service of open included
4 JACKSONVILLEanettta "The life of the Church is (Continued from Faro One) .
AWN1G3e
in the sermon preached to
continued through the Holy to be Priests in Louvaln and ing to new generations the of town, some from as faraway screen (MS
Catholic women of the Diocese M
riches of Catholic teaching. E..L..ns
Spirit from one century to Rome.I 1 as Largo. .
Carll.ru u rm ncrtaeau.
this week, asked that question.
the next," he said. Here Is the program offered .. CAan
le.R Lr D'A B0'J :SE n order t o receive consideration He spoke at the Missa Can. by the Confraternity of Chris screen Wladsws
C rrall. a'aa&lFree
CTEERRfl0 "The resurrection of the body as seminary candidates tata offered on April 23 in tian Doctrine to a wellinstructed BABCOCKVACUUM

forms the conclusion 0 f the the applicants will Christ the King Church. Catholic laity, said Father

Creed. It is in this new life take the examinations at (The convention delegates Dittman: SERVICE

that life here on earth finds major high schools on May k
attended Mass on April 24 at Band together with your fellow Repairs & Parts All Makes
y its final fulfillment." 10 or 11 or 12, dependingupon downtown Sacred Heart members. CL 5-3225

r We are privileged to have the area Church, to pray for the reposeof 317 3rd St.-HOLLY HILL
.. anetttaSTEAKS :
Visit the homes of those
the Mission of Nombre De Dios (The schedule Is publishedIn 1 the souls of deceased mem- par-

root of nearer 8t. Viaduct located within our Diocese and full on Page One). b bers of the Diocesan Councilof ents who are neglecting the

EL .B1S within our State, said the Jack. PREACHER AT BUSS Catholic Women). duties they may have forgottenof e t e."I s
The young men Interested 1 In their children PUFF
sonville Priest, adding: Father Bernard P.Dittman, Father Dittman, the president sending reg- POWDER
the life of a Priest as their vocation
ularly to Catholic instructions.
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Elevator settlers arriving here in St. Priests. They will assist the gave the sermon Tuesday these questions for the Catholic -solemn obligation before God Permanents, Silver Blending
Augustine. No one to morning at the Mfcsa Cantata to ponder: and Tinting Boyette Awningand
greet women
Rental or Easy Turn young men in arranging to be to provide a Catholic education
laiUUvd la lees thanan them, no one to extend a handof present to take the examination which opened the DCCW "Everywhere today the cry for their children. H ln M. Krh nk. OR 7-4S1I Venetian Blinds Co.

hear without A. friendship, but they broughtthe given In their areas. convention in Tampa. He Is heard for a more vital par 50 bo. Atlantic, Ortnnnd Beach Est. 1947
mark or trratrh on Church with them and preached in Christ the King Teach catechism to those
ticipation by the laity in the Opp. Coquina hotel 112 Madison Are.
horn* Avtomatle-plug from her the embraceand Pope John XXIII speaking Church to some 400 delegates. who are actually unable to attend
In like radio. Stairwayfre warm truly apostolic labors of bringing
about a year ago to seminariansat Catholic schools or those
for normal .
ale glow spread wherever the
Christ. The
souls to urgent
HerT.i a* *. Dumb settlers went. the English college in Rome, I Open HouseTAMPAJesuit who have forgotten what they "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS -SINCE 1881"Wm.
waiter.MEYER. pleas of the Pope have been
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ASSOC. "This is the year of preparation Priests have echoed and re-echoed by the A. Ritzi & Sons
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98ZS Cunningham Road. to commemorate the 400th ministry in an historic era." a:; new faculty residence in Bishops throughout the world. .

JatktontllU 18, Florida anniversary of this shrine. The Tampa. For four hours, be- "Where do we find that Cath- Father Dittman concluded: Registered JewelersCL

He called for young men 1 ginning at 2 p.m. on Sunday, olic activity which Christ de- 2-2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St.
"The Catholic who has begun
inspired' to be Priests he .April 28, friends, benefactors mands of all members of His
to understand something
: called for "ready energy, and the interested public may Mystical Body?
AST-ERLJ N-'G PHARMACYKKLIAHLK of the meaning of the Mystical -
trained minds and ardent attend open house, it was announced Floyd J. Tredwaj'sDaytona
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sent to Mrs. Dorothy Larson, ,r
executive secretary of the United honor the 26 martyrs of Nagasaki Open 5 P.M.'til II I I P.M. WEDDINGS PARTIES

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Grow this miniature Each parish, through its St. ..
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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 26,1963 -"_ .
Tampa Sets SCHOOLS



Women of Diocese Given .s CityWideMay ROSARIAN ACADEMY

DevotionTAMPA Resident and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful
Lake Worth. Grades one to twehe. Fully accredited. New

Fisher Apostolate Role special demon- buildings. All sports, music art, dramatics. Directed bjr
Sister of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar,
stration Faith will be held
of ROSARIAX ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACII
Sunday, May 5, In Tampa,
(Continued from Face One) Father, Hail :Mary, Act of non-Catholics, because numer- 4
when all the of the
sheep and bringing them home Contrition, the Creed. ically their associations will be of parishes

to their Fathers' House. "You talk about raising the chiefly with those who are not area will hold a city-uide devotion ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident
r in honor of Mary, the
Thousands of Catholic families children Catholic to one. who Catholic. As a group, they are Blessed Mother and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully
are raising fallen away has not been raised Catholic. not aware of the dangers of
and
Upon the recommendationof accredited. Program includes: college preparatory general
Catholics as of now, said Father "You talk about the evils of mixed marriages. Particularlyon Conducted Sisters of the
Tampa's pastors, Archbishop courses, music, art and sports. by Holy
Smith. In his ad- a high school level they are
keynote birth control to one who Bouelvard Rorida.
Joseph P. Hurley selected the Names. 3319 Bayshore Tampa,
dress, he lamented that the couldn't enumerate the Com- receiving no foundation in the
first Sunday in May as an ap-
wonderful attendance at Masson faith.
mandments of God.
propriate date for the celebra-
Easter Sunday was a sad "Here in Florida they are in- SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAINT
"You talk about the duties of tion.
reminder of "a vast sea of fallen clined to enter marriage pre- J
parents to one whose parents J'r. AH the children and adultsof AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
.
away Catholics." have neglected their duties." maturely. If we are-unsuccessful JL the participating parishes Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7.12

Said Father Smith, in part: in our efforts, a good por-' .- the of Academic and commercial courses' Fully accredited
mil
And when such a is gather on grounds
marriage
tion of them will swell the Music Art Dramatics Tennis' SwimmingFor
"Why do people leave theirFather's wrecked in Christ the King parish on
as are
so
many further particulars address: Sister 1lireetressSAINT
ranks of the lost sheep.
House? The answers this country, Father Smith May 5 at 5:30 p.m. for ,the
would be as many as there are showed by statistics-to whom In conclusion, Father Smith { Marian devotions

lost sheep. However, one of the does the poorly instructed asked the women: Ixi. A There will be a procession, JOSEPH ACADEMY

basic causes for defection Is a Catholic turn, for hope and "Have we been guilty of i the statue of Our Lady will JENSEN BEACH

poor foundation in the Faith. help, Father Smith queried."To scandalizing our little ones attending be crowned, a sermon preachedand
Resident and day school for girls-grades one through six.
"A child who la not attend- public school? Havewe TAMPA PASTOR SINGS GOSPEL the Benediction of the
God? he continued and swim-
Extensive
: grounds in a hilly picturesque region. Large i
ing religious Instruction is not "Whose God?" given them the impressionthat This week's convention of the Council of Catholic :Most Blessed Sacrament will ming pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art,

fulfilling his religious duties; "You mean that God that she we are more interested in Women in the Diocese of St. Augustine began at the conclude the day. Rosary dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint

therefore in part he is alreadya didn't learn about as a child?" the children who attend Cath- Missa Cantata Tuesday morning celebrated in Tampa by prayers will be augmented by Joseph. For further information apply to: Sister Directress,

fallen away Catholic. olic schools? Do they think we Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley. Above, in the Christ the traditional May hymns, it was Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen Beach.
There are more children who
them in the role
"The mere fact that the child have placed King Church where the Mass was offered, its pastor, Father stated.
are separated from one or both of second class Catholics? Havewe
Is attending Mass Sun- Father John P. Lawler will
every Mark J. McLoughlin, deacon, sings the Gospel. The
.their he
of stated thanthore
parents, ,
been them the Im-
giving '<1"
the to
day of Itself offers little give sermon, according .
very are children in Catholic subdeacon, Father William J. O'Farrell, holds the missal.
hope that he will continue the pression that cake sales, parish Father Mark J. McLoughlin,
schools. He continued: drives, civic participation! par- chairman of r
practice once he leaves home. I general arrange- I
The question why he is attend- 'There are over 10,000,000 ish bazaars, are more Impor- Starke Citizens ments. Monsignor Harold F. Florida'sCatholic

ing Mass will give you the children from broken homes in tant to us than their religious Observe Dedication Jordan Is assistant to the gen-
Msgr
answer. our country; and the greatest education? Monsignor Patrick J. eral chairman. ,

"In all too many: instancesthe amount of failures takes placein "Are we really just throwing Edward Pace Day Train, pastor, has an- Monsignor John Scully Is In C
families where the parents them the scraps from theirFather's nounced the forthcoming dedication charge of construction and dec Collegeof
reason for Mass attendance the faith. (Continued from Face On.)
were not of same
house so that they of the new, permanent oration of the altar.
Is that the child must go! Or he "Even where they stick It will be forced to eat of the the Vatican Secretary of Church of St. John at Other Priests on the committee -

is attending to please the par- out, the children are often lost husks of swine? State, and Archbishop Hurley St. Petersburg Beach. Archbishop to arrange the observance I

ents. to the Faith. In one survey "I frankly must say 'mea both provided, memorial letters Joseph P. Hurley will include: Father Philip A. Bar- .

"What is to happen when which covered some 10,000 cuI pa.' I am sure many of you for the special Edward bless the new edifice on Sun- deck C.SS.R., first aid; Father

Mom or Dad are not around or mixed marriages, it was discovered feel the same. I hope and pray, Pace Day in Starke. day, April 28, at 10 a.m.11 Thomas Burke, music and pub- Distinction' I

no longer can 'make' their boyor that 60 per cent of the through our efforts as Fishers, The City's Mayor Randall neighboring Priests and their lic address system; Father -t

girl attend? You saw the children were 'eventually lost that we can show these children -Chitty has proclaimed April parishioners are Invited to Lawler, publicity. *,'j,'
to the Faith." 26, 1963, as Edward Pace Dayin Father James A. Larkin will
answer on Easter Sunday. They of God how much we love the dedication ceremonies. Wome'
attend only once or twice a 'The happiness of your own them, how truly interested we honor of the Priest born ,I be master of ceremonies, assisted For Young Men and ..1

year." home depends to some extent are in their happiness, how here July 3, 1861, who was one 'by Father Jose Ruiz.Deadlines .
of the South's most illustrious Prelate on Tour II
the happiness of vital is their salvation.
He pictured for the Catholic upon your
neighbors' home," said the key- Catholics. SYDNEY (NO-Archbishop
women of Florida the disheart- "Let no one say that they !
of Instructed noter. "No home is an island. State and county officials Pierre Ngo Dinh Thuc of Hue,, News stories from any comes WRITE .
poorly -
ening example would not be able to knockon Cathollo"olflre
Catholics Your children recreate with the will join the citizens of Starkeat Vietnam; elder brother of Viet- should reach "The Florid :
entering
no later than Monday news "'
upon matrimony. The parish neighbors' children. You must their neighbors door as a a free fish fry from 6 to 8p.m. nam's president Ngo Dinh Diem,r pictures should reach the editor b7Friday I
:Fisher, and speak to them the will visit Australia and New for publication In the following -
Priest, he commented, is askedto associate with them. The in- today on parish Friday's I..e. I DIRECTOR OF. ADMISSIONS
give-In six or seven hours stability of their homes must about the spiiitual educationof grounds. All who attend will Zealand this month. I

-Instruction' that should have be felt in your home. The their' children. be Father Dougherty's guestson

upbringing of the neighbors this occasion. SAINT LEO COLLEGE
been given regularly over a pagan "You would knock for the

period of dozen years. children will affect your ,heart fund, and the cancer HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN I

"Of course It can't be done," own children."It fund-this ..is far more impor- Council Expert ANTONIO

said Father Smith. is because of this tremendous tant 'than' either of' these.. ST. PAUL (XC) Father Conducted the Benedictine Sisters SAINT LEO FLA.
by
leakage that the Di- These diseases kill the body. John A. Driscoll O.P., American ,
"You are talking about a Sac- Resident and day school for girls Grades' nine throughtwelve I
ocesan Council of Catholic But the disease of materialismand assistant general of the
rament to one who in many instances I
Academic and commercial courses and private
Women is accepting as one godlessness i 11 destroy -
couldn't define the Dominicans who is stationed in Presently offering first two yean
of its main goals this yearthe souls, our homes and our Na- Rome, has been named an ex classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with
meaning of a sacrament."You apostolate to Catholic tion. pert for the ecumenical council lake In a healthful location provides opportunityfor / Affiliated with the Catholic University of America

talk about the neces- children attending public "Please-go out. into the according to information all vpotts. Order of Saint Benedict of Florida

altf of prayer to one who so school. highways and byways, lest because received here. Father Driscollwas FULLY ACCREDITEDFor I

often doe n"t know the fundamental "These are the children who, of our scandal, they die born in St. Paul in 1902 and further information address I
SISTER REGISTRAR
prayers-the Our in most instances, will marry of wretchedness and hunger." has served in Rome since 1955.









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