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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: May 3, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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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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Your Responding In Love Purpose to in God Life: !-- ""trr, :I .ai I .: :''Or July Retreat This Year



c By Fr. :Martin: B. Power ;* The total number of diocesan ._-- _. '
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sermons have so far 4 y.. lay retreatants is ex- "",< ,. > &
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that man's ; pected to approach the 2000 '<'.,.,',

purpose in life is to save his i\ I, mark this year, reports Fa- 0 ".'' .,
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I soul. Now it is time n____ _for__ us__ tn a' "f 0 IC"I 1 ,ther Laurence E. Higgins. 0;

,
He
I contemplate I r announces the retreat :

how this may .-schedule for the Diocese, as

be accomplished. follows' : { l

Both
I The Northeast Laymen's Re- BYE .CR
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the old and \
i treat Association will hold two
new testa- VOL. XXIV, No. 27 Orlando, Florida, Friday, May 3, 1963 Ten Cents r retreats, one in June and one : i.
ments give us ,
in July, at St. Joseph Academy, .t.", "
.s the answer. In ...., \
t Loretto.. The first will be June .. ,,,':\, .i
Luke 10,25-29 <
7 to 9; the second, July 12 to 14. "\ :"
we read that a St. '
Petersburg.Beach' The Northeast
certain___n_ lawver__..., __ Laywomen's
Retreat
Association will also
Fr. Power asked OUT
hold two retreats at St. Joseph
Lord what was to be done in
Academy in St. Augustine. The
order to gain everlasting life, New Church is Blessed
first
retreat will be June 21 to
the Divine Master made this .
23; the second retreat, July 12 ;
reply "What saith the law?" ,. .
to
The lawyer without hesitation ST. PETERSBURG BEACH-On the last Sunday in April, Archbishop Joseph, P. 14.The

recalled the text in Deuteronomy Hurley dedicated St. John Church on St. Petersburg Beach. Crowning the parish's' West Coast! Laymen's

saying: history, the large, permanent church faces the boulevard. It is an artistic triumph that Retreat Association Mill hold ; S $
eight weekend retreats dur- S
Thou shalt love the Lord ]may be seen from afar, but above all, in the words of the Archbishop, it is a housa" of L L 1 k Y
ing the months of June and
thy God with thy whole heart prayer where the glory of God dwells and where men can come to know God better.n July at St. Leo. ..

and with thy whole!!! soul and The Archbishop warmly praised the cooperation between Monsignor Patrick* J. .,
with all thy strength and with Trainor, the pastor, and the Beginning at 6 p.m., June 7 RETREATS FOR LAITY TO BE ENCOURAGEDLay

all thy mind." Our Lord ap- ]laity of his parish who have to 9 for men in the St. Petersburg retreats, to be held during the summer, will be promoted in all sections of

area;June 14 to 16, Tampaarea the Diocese Father Laurence has stated. Last week directors and .
proved, saying, "This do and i given the Gulf Beaches the Higgins area par.
thou shalt live. :magnificent new spiritualasset. The Archbishop'sCall ; June 21 to 23, Melbourneand ish representatives (above) interested in promoting the lay retreat movement, collected

Daytona Beach area; June material for their use at a meeting of retreat promoters in Tampa.
St. John the apostle of love -28 to 30, Orlando and Ocala.

agrees that love of God is how Here, said the Archbishop, to Catholic Youth f July 5 to 7, Clearwater, Largo .

we save our souls. 1 the troubled soul may pursue ,, Dunedin area; July 12 to 14, I United May Devotion Set Sunday Tampa I .

:more easily the quest for God, APPLICATIONS to enter the seminary will A I,Sarasota, Tallahassee area; I I
In 1 John 4 we read "Dearly hurried
;an tranquil quest in the first two weeks of July 19 to 21, Polk, Pasco and the month of Mary, ordinated May devotions in tional May hymns will be on
Beloved, let us love one an- ;an atmosphere of recollection. MAY
May from young men of our Diocese who have the Hernando counties; July 26 to begin auspiciously in this manner. the program.A .
other, for charity is God. Andeveryone
that loveth is bornof Expressing! the hope that necessary qualifications for the Priesthood.Let 28, open to all unable to makea Tampa with a demonstrationof All will gather 0 nth e special outdoor altar will
the church: will be for many earlier. be attractively adorned for
retreat Faith by literally thousandsof grounds of Christ: the King
God and knoweth God. He
generations their place for all our young men take this announcementto the Catholics of the area. parish by 5:30: p.m. for the Benediction of the Most Blessed
The West Coast Laywomen -
knoweth
that loveth not not
rendezvous with God, the heart. Let them ponder it and pray on it. Aboveall Retreat Association will Father Mark J. McLoughlin'sChrist Marian devotions on Sunday. Sacrament.
God, for God is charity. God
Archbishop imparted on the it should be pondered and prayed over by those i the King parish will There will be a procession of Monsignor Harold F. Jordan
hold retreats during
is charity, and he that abideth seven
occasion the papal blessing. whom God has blessed with great talents. The draw to its grounds on this the school children. The statue is assisting Father McLoughlinand
in charity, abideth in God and June and July; one in Tampa,
i4 God in him." Monsignor Trainor celebratedthe Priesthood of Jesus Christ makes its appeal to the six in San Antonio. Sunday, May 5, more than of 0 u r Lady will be the Priests on his committee

10 a.m. Missa Recitata at- very best of our Cat'iolic youth. Because the world 10,000 persons in observance of crowned. in making the arrange-

Essence of Perfect Love tended by more than 1500 par needs Jesus Christ more than all else, and because I Beginning Tuesday, June 18 a city-wide devotion in honorof Father John P. Lawler of ments for this organized inter-
| is retreat to last through
ishioners. t a parish event. It promises to
The great St. Thomas tells the Priest is an Other Christ vocations the I
to June 21, open to all areas at the Blessed Virgin Mary. Temple Terrace will give the be one of the largest Catholic
Both the and the i
us perfection of the Christian pastor Priesthood
the
are supreme interest of the Catholic Academy of the Holy Names, This is the first time that the sermon. gatherings ever assembled in
i consists in charity, first Archbishop expressed special
Church. The Priesthood is the .
indispensable voca- Tampa. The retreat master and tradi- .
the
words of welcome to the ? Catholics of Tampa have co- Rosary prayers city.dressed
: .d foremost In the love of
tion because Christ is
the Indispensable Person will be Father Larion Elliot S.J.
God, then in the love of our mayors and city officials who for the men of this world.I .
neighbor. joined members of St. John Remaining retreats will all

parish to celebrate the build. invite all our Catholic people to join me during be held at Holy Name Priory, All I Youth Under Religious

Human reason enlightenedby ing and blessing of the big May in fervent prayer that the Lord of the Harvest San Antonio, Florida, beginning
divine faith reaches the
church.Of June 28 to 30 for Winter
may send elect workers into the white field of
same conclusion, namely that stucco and concrete block Haven, Bartow, Haines City, Goal
man fulfills his purpose in life construction, St. John's is the promise. Lake Wales. Also invited to Instruction-DCCW

through the love of God. Man's result of years of planning. May the call of Christ, "Come follow me," be June retreats are Orlando,

last end is the eternal posses. Barry and Kay of Chicago drew heard by hundreds of our young men who are en- Maitland, Winter Park, Kissim-- TAMPA-Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley has again commissioned the Catholic women

sion of God. Here in this life original plans which were dowed with great quality of Christian leading. mee, St. Cloud, Ocala, Belle- of the Diocese to widen and deepen their apostolate until all children are under re-

we approach that,end by livingas supervised in St. PetersburgST. view, Bushnell, Clermont, Eus- ligious instruction.The .

closely' to God as possible.The PETERSBURG.. Page 8 LAITY, Page 10 Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, in convention at Tampa, April 23-25.
more w%.advance in love -
the closer we become to Him! Prelates "Mass also.:" Consignor Patrick: the DCCW on national
at
who is our first beginning and Pay E. Nolan, their spiritual moderator goals.-

last_ end.Since. ,., urge them to do Archbishop Hurley, in his
,4 A Y ,DY d :n C address at the which
banquet
it's through love, that Honor to Msgr. Pace t something both individuallyand closed the convention at Tam

reach last end, it is Imperative
we our in an organized mannerto
pa Terrace hotel, said that Mrs.McCarthy's .
that we have a norm STARKE-Personal memories of Monsignor EdwardA. A'/ .
.
'- notice experience had en-
M4 M r Mv Ain: ,1'AWk,6 'g4M1pY M !Ri our elderly people.
of judging whether or not we Pace formed the basis for the sermon at the 25th anni- h. .. riched the convention by giving
"Fuss over them, he said,
love our God. Nat.
actually versary Requiem Mass. The sermon was preached by the deliberations a country.
urally, as in human love, love Monsignor William Barry P.A. of Miami Beach. He spokeat .',' and show them affection so wide dimension.

of God has various intensities. .' 1 that they will not feel thatin Expressing his appreciation
the 10:30: a.m. :Mass celebrated on April 26 by Arch
However, there is a minimumthat .
bishop Joseph P. Hurley in St. Edward Church at Starke. '' < their declining years they for the DCCW's outstandingrecord
is required.
ai1y : of the past year, the

Our Divine Saviour told ns sonal Another In flavor recollection, about, Mon-p e r- the Catholic University of .+: ,, ...'.' .: are no longer needed. Archbishop said the women

America. Mrs. Joseph McCarthy of had helped to the
preserve
what this minimum is when
signor Pace was from A. G. ...
He said, "If yon love Me, Cardinal Cicognani, who saw ery gladly, therefore, do San Francisco, the national faith of literally thousands of
commandments. I Join In spirit In this ceJe-: president of the National Council school children. He called upon
keep My the occasion as one which
It is that simple. If God is, *on" St.ark, the birth.Americans $ of Catholic Women, ad- ALL YOUTH, Page 3
might persuade other young 1
r place of that worthy prelate, ii M f C Cq
C
God counts. H e counts for to follow the ex- u f4

more than man, for more than of Edward Pace in theand I pray that this commemample :: xj, wa sti Mounting High School Cost

all creation put together.The Priesthood. oration of his demise may in- Y r. ;1

who believes in duce many other young
man Plea for Sacrifice
In a letter written from Vat. J Brings
God should let the fact that American clerics to follow in ;
lean City, the Papal Secretary _
his footsteps in an intensive _
be the to life _
exists
God key ; of State, Cardinal Cicognani I TAMPA-Meeting with Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley
and accepting the key, which study of the philosophical, :
unlocks the riddle of his (former apostolic delegate to and theological works of St. here on Wednesday, April 24, were the pastors, administrators

pose in life, he should accept pur the United States), said, of lastFriday's Thomas Aquinas" n __ Y '4 and educators of the Diocese. The purpose of the

the consequences of its posses. observance in fts: MonsIgnor Pace, who In his clergy conference, held at Christ the King Church, was to

sion. The consequences are "For many years -n day was recognized as one discuss the national problem of education and how such
known Monsignor Pace as a

summed up in the above wordsof good and pious Priest and an of the.most distinguished .....-.___ '_'\__ .#. --- ,->_. .. ....-.-.. problems were applicable to the Diocese. Announcementwas
Christ, "If you love m e eminent scholar, and I was in scholars m the United States, PACE PLAQUE BLESSED IN STARKE made of specific solutions to mounting high school

keep My commandments. a position to appreciate his was born m Starke and dIed Monsignor Edward A. .Pace's spiritual heirs looked on last Friday as Archbishop operational costs. Parents will be asked to make necessary

To the man that accepts God, meritorious and zealous labors in Washington, D.C. Joseph P. Hurley dedicated I a memorial plaque in his honor in his native parish of sacrifices to meet increased tuition costs now set for
love and fear of God, and even It was Monsignor Pace who next September.
as an educator and philosopher, Starke. :Monsignor Pace w as nationally, indeed, internationally, famous as a scholar.
: topics were different in
self love ought to scope,
justifiable the at the
this his fidelity to the true Thorn- gave sermon conse- He died 25 years ago, April. 26, in Washington, D.C., where he had spent most of his Five Priests gave talks at
motivate the fulfillment of had at least these two
cration of Bishop Patrick Barry concept
love Me istic doctrine, and his valuable life at the Catholic Universi ity of America. this meeting. Each one of the
command-"If you work which brought honor to PRELATES, Page S Priests In turn, though the MOUNTING, Page 10

keep My commandments. _,_m )k' >
'
.
Love Renounces Evil "/ s ., 4

Love of God, expressed In

the keeping of His commandments

means sacrifice. I n A r

order to love God, there is an

indispensable condition, that of ; e t ,

renouncing self, that is to say, ...
P ) } 'ti 'N. x
renouncing the evil Inclina- Sy. a

tions of our fallen nature; selfishness ) ; ; i

k pride, sensuality, lust.

Our Lord gave us this lesson at

by His example. From Bethlehem w 111

to Calvary His life was a 1--r-; 111 &.
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long series of privations and 1f1t1 I ___ .,: ,Ill ,. -. ? .- : t.1.f
1<
sacrifices. li 111 ,.,, t q ,

"Christ's whole life was a

cross and a martyrdom" It is Ya, c x

the same for us, if we are to # .

be followers of Christ. ,

"If any man will come after

-I Me, let him deny himself and ,.,.b '

take up his cross and follow
_ '
Me. This is the road to the

obtainment of our purpose in 'I \
life. r {. ,

.,.
Were there a surer road Our .
,
;
Divine Saviour would have .a _.......... r--. ,. loA;:;' d" J .... ..:..;. w..u"'__., .... ....'< -

shown it to us. But lie knew } __ ___ WOMEN'S NATIONAL PRESIDENTS MEET IN TAMPA

there was no other and He followed I _--4- _-- 7' Mrs. J. H. Palmer of Gainesville, Florida's "incomparable Carrie," once was national

the road of sacrifice to president of the National Council of Catholic Women. In Tampa last week, she
after Him. "And if I --
draw us the earth DEDICATION, ST. JOIN CHURCH, ST. PETERSBURG BEACH met Mrs. Joseph McCarthy (right) of California, president of the Nee W today.
lifted from I I
be will draw up all things to Myself." Monsignor Patrick Trainor welcomed Archbishop Jobless (above) the new St. John Church. The church is Greeting the national guest were Mrs. Joseph Schoebert, left, diocesan president, and

-I John 12, 32. seph P. Hurley to St. Petersburg Beach last Sunday to the newest on the Gulf's Suncoast. the diocesan moderator, :Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan, Jacksonville dean.atd .



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Page Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 3, 1063

.- ST. PETERSBURGOPEN
DCCW Corner
I I


Catholic Flo eeats DAILY-

ra THAT All :May Be One." The theme which is ours for CHEERY AS

r year is also a universal one. I ask each of you A SUNBEAMA

JacksonvilleBISHOP booths and games will be open Dewey and Mrs.. E. L. Heindel, again to support the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. A :-: WATERFRONT HOME

KENNY all day. vice-presidents; Mrs. C. Hardy, Dedicate yourselves to the plea of our Pontiff and our FOR J19.SOO $3.980 DOWN)
For additional Information secretary; and Mrs. Thomas J. You'll enjoy a carefree new way
Father Mortimer Danaher, please call Mr. Carleton Burle- Doyle, treasurer. The Install- Archbishop" "That All May missionary magazine which of life in this cheery masonry
president of Bishop Kenny : '. Be One. reads like this: home. There are 3 bedrooms. 2
son, PO -4-0038, Mrs. Charles.ing officer was Mrs. James tile baths (ONE PANELED IN
High School has announcedthe Tre noul:1.EX 8-7726, Mrs. Fogarty. Mrsr --E.Norman It was my privilege to attend The lay apostolate Is not a CHERRY & TilE OTHER WITH

annual spring bazaar will Ben Geraghty, 725-5226i: or. the Roberts and Mrs. William P. :4J' ;; the National Council Convenluxury of devotion. it is a plain WONDERFUL WASHABLEWALLPAPER.
.
be held on the school grounds high school, EX 87545.RESURRECTION McDonough were cochairmenfor tion in Detroit In the Fall and duty, which we m u s t accept room 12x20: scrftned) a HxJl porch lidoS a

Sunday, May 5 from 1 to 9:30 the affair. + the NCCW Leadership instiaccording-; to our ability.- :2! car garafte. marble tills a till
tute In April. You may choose the form of bullt.in kitchen with paneled
The annual Communion walls, GOLD MEDALION WIRING -
p.m.The Mrs. A. T. Robbins In-
was We had work to
bazaar Is sponsored the apostolate according
Breakfast will be May 5 after & CENTRAL HEATING A
stalled
jointly by the Dads' club and as president of Resur- shops on fed your aptitude and circumstances .AID.cO ;DlTIOXING. The landscaped -
rection the 7 o'clock Mass. Mrs., A sea-walled 1.t I71x120' .
parish Women's Club eral aid education :
the Mothers' to but choose MUST!
auxiliary.The Floyd Cagle ,Is chairman. Mrs.G. you :! DIRECTIONS: Drive to
Dads' club chairman Is Jacksonville at.a banquet at ,W. Schlll and Mrs. S. F 1t ;_ spirit With this In mind weagain lint Ave.. Pata-a-Grllle Beach,
the S & S Cafeteria Mon <
;'On ual development of Good TURK LEFT A cross bridge
Mr. Carleton Burleson. Mr. ask Our Lady
day, April '15. ,. ,: .Carraway in charg'e freserva- drive 4 blocks to HERMO-
John Dattoll Is cochairman.Mrs. tions ask that reservations be public Counsel to guide us in this SITA DR. TURN LEFT to 3T3.
rdo
Other officers Installed were morality and Important work of the St. the Apollo Builder's horns with
Ben _
Geraghty and Mrs. made J 2.
before;> May oo moo .
Mrs. Charles Roessler, first other Issues Council. Hurley sign.FRANK
many Diocesan
Augustine
Peter Gushanas are the chair- CHRIST TilE KING
vice-president; Mrs. Ben READING AWARDS IN VENICE which are
the chalIrnges-
man and co-chairman of theMothers' second The following officers of the Marianne Michelin left of the sixth I accept T. HURLEYme
Geraghty, vice-presi-- ( ) grade and Fern challenges i n won't ?

auxiliary. dent; Mrs. William Good secretary Guild of Christ The King Cath- Segerlind of the second won prizes in a national competition this pluralistic M'.. Sehofbt'r& This you statement, which I

The program for the day Includes and Mrs. Norman Mills, olic Church Arlington were the Thomas More Reading Achievement ,Pro world challenges to the nature made at the convention In *
entertainments and activities installed April 18 at a banquet 2cth st REALTORS IIMIII
treasurer. gram. Teachers of the Epiphany School, Venice, lookon of woman. Tampa, marks the beginningI PASS-A-GRILLE BEACH
of interest to all meeting, at the Town House
age Mrs. Eugene Darche, vice- as Sister Dorothy O.S.B., principal presents certifi- came away from these Of my second term as Diocesan
The public is invited.A Restaurant.Mrs.
groups. president of the St. Augustine John cates for $25 worth of books to the winners. The pre- events inspired and over- president. The convention is
roast beef dinner will be Deanery, Diocesan Council of McCarthy, president whelmed perhaps at the
sentation took. place during the evaluation visit of Bos- trealready history.
Mrs. Daniel Japour, first
served in the school cafe- Catholic Women ;
installing
was
vice-president, Mrs. William ton College professors, Dr. John J. Walsh (right) and mendous tasks. To all who have helped with zeFLORISTGREENHOUSES
torium from 1 to 9:30
: p.m. Donations officer and guest speaker. What can we do about this the
this Council and with
year
McLendon, second vicepresident Dr. Edward Power. Teachers are Sister Christine O.S.B.,
will be $1.25 for Father Matthew
Connolly, responsibility which we must convention which has been
'adults and 75 cents for children ; Mrs. Frank Redmond, at center, and Mrs. Yvonne Segerlind.
spiritual moderator, addressedthe accept as Catholic women. successful to all who have con-
;
under 14. Snack bars secretary; Mrs. James Middleton ttOO LakeTlew AT*. 0..
thanking the outgo- It has been
group
treasurer. St. Petersburg TampaJESUIT not easy, nor tributed in any way, I say "God WE WIRE FLOWERS
ing officers and asking for con- Mrs. Jack Installed will it be in the future. Human bless you." I am having the 867-2136:!
Morgan
ST, PETERSBURGOVER tinued cooperation fro.m. their the Father Joseph I. Beach ; HIGH SCHOOL frailty makes me wish to disHoly Sacrifice of the Mass of- St. Petersburg

successors. group. Ronald Busuttil, son of Mr. pel the thought and let somefered in thanksgiving for ,
:: you
Sims C.SS"R. speaker ,
,
guest ,
ST. JOhN "' and Mrs. Edward A. Busuttilof one else take the responsibility, all.
HOLY ROSARYThe rOn and
35" YEARS one
OF AGE
spoke on "How to Be ,an Exemplary -
HANDS TIED Altar Society of Holy Catholic". Thursday, April 18, 143 Tampa and a senior at Jesuit for I am but one. "A bientot" ENJOY AUTOMATIC

BECAUSETHEY Rosary Church Jacksonville, Father W. Thomas Larkin women attended an installation High School, has been awardedan But I recall an article in a Antoinette "Keep-Filled"

has announced will luncheon given by St. hortor scholarship to Mrs. Schoebfrt)
LACKTRAINING they spon- adviser ( Joseph:

sor a spring dance at the RI- spiritual the officers and, congratulated memberson John's Indies Auxiliary ,at Loyola University according to R 0- cieae- -- nrru"..'-.... .. &Pr.Ibn... ,.'
bault Lions Club on Friday, achievements Guy Lombardo's "Port-O-Call", a recent announcement by ST. MARY :
'IUCCE their
S May 10, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. during the splendid past nine years. Tierre Verde. The following of- F.ather Bernard A. Tonnar SJ., The St. Mary Civics Club of Edouard C. Craig St. Pete 898-1111
ficers were installed: director of scholarships at the Clearwater 446-8314 I
!I Donation $4.00 per couple. Other guests included Father St. Mary School!, Rockledge, Contractor and Distributorfor -
men PATSECURITY ASSUMPTION Mrs. Robert L. Yates presi. university.The was one of the 30 clubs that '

Assumption Parish Guild an- Jaime Christ Lara The King assistant Church pastorof and dent; Mrs. Albert J. Pityo, Jr., scholarship will cover were accorded national recognition Vikon Metal Ceramic .fJ>;,('uRtOft (Jq.

Can n. Tours nual installation luncheon was past presidents Mrs. Clarence first vice-president; Mrs. Irene four years at the university. by the Commission on ,

Advanced Training held at the Town House, Woods, Mrs. James Fogartyand Cascko, second vice-president; Busuttil will enter Loyola as a American Citizenship of The and Mosaic Tiles OLDEST and LARGESTIN

Mrs. William L. Soleau, record- freshman in September. Catholic University of America. 9l7-49th St. So. 347-4101 PINELLAS
Tor Mor Information Fill Wednesday, April 17, and the Mrs. Robert O. McGill.
Out This Coupon or Call following officers were Installed ing secretary; Mrs. Walter T. MOST HOLY REDEEMER Sister Mary Ephraim, .

Nam. ......................,.. : Mrs. Joseph A. Mor- DeLandST. Wilkinson, corresponding sec The Catholic Women's Club R.SM. is moderator of the

Addresa '.................:0...... row, president; Mrs. George PETER retary and Mrs. C. H. Brecken- of The Most Holy Redeemer club.The DANIEL T. WINTER & CO.

.City ..,.......:--.>............. Sixty seven members of the ridge, treasurer. Church Tampa, is sponsoringJniotherdaughterson National Letter of Recognition

'SUt. ......................... .'Rosary-Altar Society of St. Guest speaker was Father Com- is conferred annually HOSPITAL SCHOOL BONDS
-
Jackson's Shoes Peter. Church in DeLand attended : Leo F. Flood. Musical"enter-.. .. ,breakfast .' in appreciation of outstanding
; rrru.ion Sunday,
Gulfport 403 FLORIDA THEATRE BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG
installation dinnerat tainment Mr. achievements that distinguishthem
the was provided by
: 5. Members wiU receive
l\Iay.
Ladies' & Men's TELEPHONE 862-0381
Academy of Rymars Restaurant on Lenny Lee.Lake 1 among the more than
..*?** Holy Communion in a body at
Clinic Miller Thursday, April 18, at which the 4500 Catholic Civic Clubs active -
8:30: a.m. Mass. Breakfast
Beauty Culture Chester Kazmierczak Mary in parochial schools
Vitality- Weyenberg Mrs. was will be served at the Univer- Madeira Beach Bank
installed as president, Mrs. throughout the country. The
345-4435 Cushioned Bellaires CHURCH OF NATIVITYThe sity Restaurant at 10 o'clock.
Clubs are sponsored by the MADEIRA BEACH
Andre Toquet as vice-presi-
All and children of the
4921 Onlfport HI. St. rrtrribarr women
641 Central Ave. 862-1355 Catholic Women's Clubof Commission American Citi Member
dent Mrs. Charles Hughes as on
Frank Mediavilla Director parish, and visitors are invited &
the Church, of the- Nativity, -
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Federal Insurance
recording secretary, Mrs. to attend.Transportation. zenship.The Deposit Corp.
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Frank : corresponding L'ake Mary .held membership theme for the 1962-63 Phone 391-9911 Sat. 9-12 .. __
Uiftterworth as Open
I f.oT .cT.cT..T,.T..T...T._"._.'..T.r.J."J..J..J Jr..Jr.. .._ -J77JJJJJ_ _7_"." . ..1 tea Sunday 21 at 3 to the restau-
I 604-- r - -.rL-L--L-.r.r.r.r.r.r.--.r.r.r.r.r.r .r' secretary, and Mrs. April p.m. school ;year has been "Build
rant after Mass will be avail-
Anne Livingston as treasurer. Following Benediction of the Better Local Government".
For Your Real Estate able at the church. parking lot.
Special guests attending the Most Blessed Sacrament byFather This was part of the Commission's For Catholics Of Pine as County
And Insurance Needs Call dinner, \\:&* Father Patrick J. William J. Trainor,: Please call Mrs. Francis Gay- continuing program to

pastor, the members gatheredin \lor, 935-5133 or Mrs. Andrew understanding
Malone pastor of St. Peter promote greater -
: LaVoie Realty & Insurance Church, father Edwafrd ..the--social hall of the' j,:Krauchlk,-,,932-7319' for reser- and appreciation of the Calvary CemeteryEndowed

: 4154 Central Avenue Phone 896-4133 O'Shea, assistant to the pastor Church. -yationg., principles of Christian citizen.

and Mrs. Joel Sayers, Jr., presi- Mrs. John MacFarlane presi- ship among boys and girls In Car

.r.--'.-' :..r.r:- .r/ J/.r ..r.-' .- ....r..rJ..r..r. //l) dent of the Orlando Central dent, gave a short talk explain! Clearwater upper elementary and high I U. S. 19 at 58th St. No. Phone HE 6-4238

Deanery, who was installing ing the purpose and goals of' ST. CECELIA school grades.Indian .
Office Open 9-1 P.M. Daily & M PJI. on Sunday
officer at the ceremonies. the club.
At the meeting Thursday, Rocks S
Following the' dinner, a' Mrs.'m.. ROer was In.': fp'rit'l, of St. Cecelia's Wom-

Cameo Dining Room short business meeting' was charge of refreshments.*. O">tan's Club, Clearwater, the following BeachST.

Dt'lIc-Io. Charcoal held. Date for'the mother- chairmen for the tea were Mrs::.I: new officers were elect-
Serving luncheon and JEROME:
O daughter Communion break. Gene Shannon and Mrs. Lenox: ed: KINGFISHRESTA
EDWARD JAMES HOTEL fast to be held in the Parish Fay. Father Roman S. Gromalahas
Mrs. Maye "Winans, presi-
:Tzrtlltnt quality Seafood Chops and Hall was set for Sunday, May announced the hours of
dent Mrs. Albert Hashman
Superb! Service ClilcLrn"nnr ;
19. two Sunday Masses offered at
LEE RI<:WAX. IMao GainesvilleST. first vice-president; Mrs. UR1'NTSEAFOOD
St. Jerome Church Indian
broiled fltralis RED SEAL, flass Speakers were Mrs. Joel ,
11750 Gulf JlUd.-Treasure Island 361-8261 Sayers, Jr., who spoke on PATRICKSt. James Donovan, second vice- Rocks Beach. They are on Sun-

"H mniony. and Accomplish Patrick's Woman's ,Club''t president; Mrs. John'Mrs.Jobst Rudolph day mornings at 8 and 10 a.m. AT ITS BEST
recording secretary; -
ment'of St. Peter's Rosary-Al will hold. its annual motherr'."
.
Friedrich assistant secretary PalatkaST.
tar: Society", Fath Malone, daughter breakfast on May and Mrs. Marion Parker Golden Fried or Broiled Shrimp

-,4-uI LOW COST who gave a brief inspirational 5th at the University Inn fol- MONICA .
Succulent
_
treasurer. Plans were discussed Scallops
address and an acceptancetalk lowing the 9 a.m. Mass. Break A Grey Lady program has
for the installation dinner
r4 MORTGAGE given by the president, fast will be $1.25 and reserva recently been organized at St. Luscious Lobsters
3S1 which will be the last so-
I Mrs. Chester Kazmierczak. tions may be made by calling Lcial Monica's School in Palatka.
function of the club sea- YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER -
: LOANS Entertainment was furnished Mrs. Josephine Ziegler,t. son. Grey Lady volunteers are required SERVED OCEAN FRESH

by an a capella trio Fr 6-7162 or Mrs. Cathy Jacobs- to complete a 10 hour IIUSIIPUPPIES AND ROLLS -

composed of Miss ElizabethLee Fr 6-1123 through May 3rd. Guest' of honor was Monsignor -first. aid course. This Includes Chicken and Steaks '

AVAILABLE soprano Miss Charlaine Visitors _and new members are[ Thomas A. Colreavy, pastor -'a Public; Health orientationand
: of St. Cecelia Church who 'At Famous Johns Pass
Free, second soprano and Miss invited. also a review of Red Cross

Brita Ash alto from the De- Father Phillip Halstead and discussed plans for the coming procedures. Upon completionof

THE NATIONAL BANKOF Land Senior High School Glee Father William Joseph will school year. Mrs. John Jobst, the course, they assume
| delegate to the West Coast AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
ST PETERSBURG. FLORIDA I Club. demonstrate the "Dry Mass"at regular shifts working In the

1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH the next Woman's Club' Deanery meeting in Tampa, school clinic. Of 5buh; ; Pasadena

Member F.D.I.C. MUMFORDRefrigeration meeting on May 9 at 8 p.m. at I gave a report on the highlights Mrs. Thomas Witt, RN, : -".. ... ;-zM

GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK Air Conditioning the Catholic Student Center. of the meeting. heads the program and prepares Offer* puc toPynjjegt\ $ Iraf .' .'

Good IIrat rl'f'drrllan Pump Service n '-Pinellas Park detailed Instructions for FINANCING & REFINANCING

us- 'th. St. South the daily use of her co-

Thone SACRED HEART workers. Besides administering ,

Always Be Sure Of Quality First In Par uI.un Alt 828-3111 . The Women's Guild of Sacred to the various needs of the _
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Heart Church, Pinellas children, the volunteers provide

FRESH SEAFOODis Flowers for Every Occ: sionTinman's \4 Park, Florida at their April 15 transportation home for I, S .

/4535 meeting installed the follow children who are ill, supervisethe
FlowersBonded S I I
ing newly elected officers: lunch program and assistin -

our business not a sideline Florist I St. Mrs. E. I. Burke, president; clerical work. 1 AMERICAN NATtQl l, BANK

Telegraph Delivery Petersburg Mrs. D. Callahan, first vice- This year the Grey Ladies Martin J. Rcesv Ch-- nr -

3931 Central Ave. 862-3661 4645 9th Street North president; Mrs. J. Negley, have completed the TeleBinoc- : ; -
BASS second Mrs. ular examination of the entire
MULLET SEA vice-president; F.
school enrollment as well as
Lozowski secretary and Mrs.P.

TROUT FINGERSTHROATS Fowler & Payor Inc. Richard treasurer. eye examinations and Maico I 12 WAYS TO BETTER HEALTHand
Audiogram ear tests. In cooperation -
Outgoing officers of the
MACKEREL with the Public PHYSICAL FITNESSCheck
Guild were also honored at the Your Health and Exercise Need Below
RED SNAPPER SHRIMP General Insurance ceremony. Health Department all neces- ( ) 1. NUSAUNA VAPOR BATH CABINETS. (Cleansfgporfs
sary Immunizations have also and relaxes)

BLUE FISH OYSTERSPOMPANO I 121 I Ninth Street, North 896-8131 I I St. Petersburg MelbourneOUR been given. ( ) :. WHIRLPOOL BATH UMTS. (Relieves pain, soothes
Dr.'-Marie Gearan, evaluator nt"r1'tH)

CLAMS LADY OF LOURDESOur from Boston College, was a recent ( ) 3. EXERCVCLE AXD TRIMCYCLE (Electric) (Condi-
lions, relaxes and tones muscles)
visitor at St. Monica
of Lourdes Catho-
KING FISH SCALLOPSFLOUNDER Lady SchooLSt. ( ) 4. TRIM JS..T (For all the family)
lic Women's Club held its third
( ) 5. RO-TRIM (Flexes waistline and hips)

CRAB MEAT \.) After Church annual installation banquet on Anthony's Hospital ( ) 6. ROWEX (Rowing and sculling action)
April 17. Father John B. ( ) 7. HEALTH WALKER (Pedometer measure distance)

SCAMP FLA. LOBSTER O'Hare pastor of St. Teresa 00 St.* Pcttriharr llth Street ( ) 8. MASSAGE ROLLER (Roller kneads and trims with
Meet All Your luxurious
-1 Church Titusville was guest Mvdern. Well Kq.lpjd massage)
KanbUConducted ( ) 9. TRIM-CISER (Deep stimulating belt massage)
speaker and presented an informative
of the Frozen Local Delicacies by ( ) 10. HEALTH BIKE-MAXUAL (Stimulating exercise for
most for
Complete
variety a FriendsAtThePark talk on "The Threatof Sitter .f fit. Frsel
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seafoods. Dinner. America C.flg. ( 5.rg..n. pads for relief from
Mrs. diocesan pain)
!IM1IUII Lane Joseph Schoebert, -
ti K: president, served as in- C ) 1!. SLANT BOARD (Helps you relax, exercise and slim
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Youth Under ..... .. ... .. _.
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f NCCW President l|
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Instruction DCCW Goal ; Tamil's contention delegates -

had a chance to meet

them(Continued from Page On*) hundreds of women in at they are Individuals, usually # the charming Mrs. Joseph McCarthy -
to continue as Fishers to I the
tending convention, grandfathers and grandmothers. of San Francisco, pres.
t
direct children to religious in- chiefly to how a measure! ofaJlJlI.t'dittloli In modern American liv. ident of the National Councilof

struction.He for what the ing, he deplored, things have ; Catholic Women. She is a

credited the for women have been doing for been made difficult
women for the widow who has three daughters.

helping to increase the attendance the cause of the Church. elderly. Even architects no iEt A .
;
,
in Monsignor Nolan's addresson ,F.
Catholic high longer put in rooms for themin k a A graduate of Worcester

schools l -the Diocese opened "Honor Thy Father and family home units. The re- State Teachers College, she

four new high schools duringthe Thy Mother": was delivered in sult often is that when people earned a graduate degree from

past year, dedicated justas his legendary, irrepressiblestyle. grow old, they have to seek x.ei)1 Boston College after study

Pope John XXIII homes elsewhere.
openedthe
there and at Clark Universityin
Second Ecumenical: "What has happ ned to the
Council Now, society is doing a remarkable Worcester. Before joiningthe
of the Vatican.In American family?" asked Monsignor "
job ,with fine provisions national board in I960, she

the convention's host par Nolan. Do you remember for social i l security, MonSignor ( was president of San Fran-
the times, he continued,
ish, Father Mark J. McLough- when the Nolan agreed. And private T cisco's Archdiocesan Council.
family was a
lin's 'parishioners of Christ the very benefactions are augmented S __ Her civic work has included
delightful unit of society? It
King, Tampa had even by public homes for Women's Clubin
offered an was the basis of our society. r dt f t v public safety
example of Fishers' work that the aged. San Francisco and NorthernPaHfnrnia's
And in that
family, he recalled -
could be paralleled in many "When our dear, old pea '' axH__ -- -'. -.-...._...-_ Catholic Library
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there J1K.
was a father, a -
parts of the Diocese, he said. pie are !segregated into those ICCW OFFICERS MEET NCCW PRESIDENT IN TAMPA AssocIation. .

mother, there were boys and homes," maintains the DCCW Officers of the Diocesan "" '.,'_hnm_N _n ., ,., .
Christ the 'King's enviable girls. There was grandpa, : "
p record of religious instructionfor maybe, sitting in the corner moderator, "the !state cannot Council of Catholic Women, 4 :: .. take rare of their personal' in convention last week In 1 < 4 .
: I :
m eVOCATIONS
his .
public school youth was puffing pipe. And they .
of : : .) ., t I ..
dignity and the old people Tampa, greeted the head ., '. '
one facet of the example he were a very solidly knit unit. :
sometimes lark the affection the organized Catholic women ( .. :: Pt
.
lauded. \
Another
the
was fact Dad was the boss of this .
they deserve"Society! at their conferences. From
that the lay apostolate had assisted family, he continued. And
any left, heated, are, Mrs. Aguiar 1
he
the
gives
Father McLoughlin, just little day this had its says ,"
family >
t in the past year, in bringing 80 ups and downs, its poverty and impression that it doesn't even Reyes, vice-president-president L_L Im I-

converts into the Church. He its better days. They had sick want old people, so that thereis St. Augustine Deanery; Y i
a void in their declining Mrs. Joel Sayers, Jr., vice-1
had confirmed
most of themon ness and one thing and another -
years and they are no longer president-president Orlando
the before
night the wom Every once in a while
en's convention productive and do not feel Central Deanery; Mi's.! Joseph ; f eo.F
opened.In someone would get out of line.
needed. McCarthy, national president,
his judgment, said the maybe a youngster woulddo
San Francisco Mrs. Joseph -'
Therefore, Monsignor Nolan ;
Archbishop, there is no more something bold or naughtyor .
urged this convention to makeit Schoebert, diocesan president! .
promising road to the union of disgrace the family. But '
Eau (la 1 lie ': a
a project in each affiliation ; and Mrs. Charles w w i '
all of the followers of Christ matters would quiet down and *
to take a survey of the elderly Ockelman, Ticepresidentpresident -
than this one on which the the family went along againin
in South West Coast
people the parish.
Catholic women are embarked. its own good way. He called.to mind that "solu Deanery; Mrs. Frederick, ,,,,' > ,

As a personal goal, he urged Monsignor Nolan said we tion to senior citizens" announced Schmidt, vice-president- A ::

each to try to be responsible don't have that family any ages ago by AlmightyGod president, West Coast Deanery 161 4

especially during the General more because "A-\V-o-L-Amer. when He commandedmen ;; standing, Miss Isabella! START IN THE HOME, DIOCESAN PRIEST NOTESAt

Council Year, for a perfectedlay ican Way Of Life" has brokenup "Honor thy father and Gleason, corresponding; secretary of the the love and'what
one sessions of women at the Tampa Terrace fore one can even hope to opperfect act of .
our lovely, close-knit fame Eau Jallie Mrs. Elmer ;I.
apostolate to ,
about
bring thy mother ;
Diocesan Council of Catholic hotel. Father Burns said, in crate in an effective manner as vocations are made from"t
the coming of God and His ilies.Gone It was the only Command- Taetz, parliamentarian, part: a Priest. This idea of sacrificeis -
Women in
kingdom here on earth.A from the Americanscene ment, said the Priest, to whichis Englewood; Mrs. Thad II. convention at Tam "The of self-sacrifice is one that is acquired. CLEARWATER
spirit !
is the family, he said. Siemienski, treasurer, Orlando pa recently, Father Thomas
large number of Priests promised an award even in "The home is! the place for
Now we classify individual this life. ; Mrs. E. H. Cooper, recording Burns of Tallahassee addressedthe absolutely essential for the boy
from the acquiring this notion of sac.
parishes joined the groups-babies, teenagers, sen- who wishes to enter the seminary. nnrrrrnrnrnJ'rJ'llln
secretary, Keystone
Ja
Old people are dear to the delegates on t subject, rifice. It is only in the context
ior citizens-distinctions never Heights; and Mrs W. E. There must be an ab.o- K. O'Hrien
Lord, Consignor Nolan said, "Vocations Start in the Home. of family life that one Betty
Deadlines heard of years ago, he said.It and perhaps since they will Humphrey) auditor, Dunedin. He Is pictured speaking) to the lute and total giving of self IJr.r realizes that he must give to & Company

:Xw stories from any .onrrhoold saddened Monsignor Nolanto 1985 Drew St. Ph.446.1395 I
the
go to Him soon, He takesa others. Likewise it is
reach "The Florida Catholic"office
see the American family MUTUAL FUNDS
no later thanMonday; new dim view of those of us family that gives the motivation sj
picture should reach the editor by broken up and put into special who don't honor them in the ee for this giving, namely, s STOCKS &. BONDSnnr""IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'i
Friday for publication in the fol. groups. He did not like the
I.wing Friday'. lion spirit of His commandment. H love.
term "senior citizens" because
,
Several past presidents of "The same' is i true In the

the Diocesan Council, including Priestly! life. SMITH'SJEWELERS
r "For example, If one prayed
Mrs. J. H. Palmer of _
ST. PETERSBURGBY Gainesville, a former NCCW only when he felt like praying,

president, attended the con- ; s I'm afraid there would be _

vention. The other life member precious few prayers said. But

THE BOX of the DCCW board, Mrs. iiT ry. one must pray even though lie Diamonds Watches,

P. of Jacksonville doesn't feel like it. When one
George Coyle k Silverware
rt i ellI does this one is praying in spiteof '
OR BUCKET w"IT'S was among the conven- ; ,
." himself. Therefore, h t" I spraying
tion "celebrities. i PHONE 446.6975
Mrs. Joseph Schoebert of Eau N1L for someone otherthan
r 7 himself; In this case' he i is 1213 Cleveland Plaza
FINGER LICKIN' GOOD"ftiI'mJfi
Gallie, diocesan president, con- f '
ducted business sessions ..' /'....". .< __ getting, of himself. and praying CLEARWATER, FLORIDA
W .. wholly for God. This is a
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COt KMttAHO UKKM'CnOMtt
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I Catholic Comment Frank J. SheedPrayer -:'-: Be Warned. of Red's Atheistic Goal! I


this kind today, for the comrades
will Give Strength Catholics are ing the comrades to employ
AMERICAN be invited, at among the Catholics.It have now devoted almost
absurd to think that the two entire Issues of "The
The To Sustain Vows :first quietly and then more is committed Worker" to a soviet-style Interpretation
I Indispensable ManIS Marriage boldly, to grasp the outstretched 'Catholic Church,
handof basically to belief in God, can of Pope John's en

anyone indispensable? :Most everyone come from? He comes from homes where ,'YF a husband and wife have grown to hate the sight of the communists. consider at all that atheistic cyclical. This forecasts a huge

will say no. However, there is one indispensable love of God is a prime ingredient. He 1 each other, it is ridiculous to say that they cannotbe Such a communism founded 0 out nth all e file attempt Catholics.One to misinform. rank and
determination to wipe
man to be found in every community comes from the ranks of the knights of the divorced because God made them one. They are quite gesture they such beliefs, is commendable.Hall first item in such a

of our Diocese. This man is the altar who are faithful to their duties as plainly not one, and should not be tied to each other for rejected more has an immediate goalin pamphlet would be a review of

parish,Priest He is the dispenser of God's assistants at the altar. He is the productof the rest of their lives." than ago, but 25 years are mind in circulating such the great international Red

grace. He is called Father because he our high schools where he receives a We remind ourselves-and our objector-of what marriage now expected absurdities. Accordingly, he seminar in Prague, which is

gives life to the souL He is called Priest God-centered education. He is even the is. A man and a woman aeree- <;>- -- to-- to accept it in fC! recommends that American reported in the March "World

because he offers the unbloody sacrificeof product of secular colleges where his appetite take each other as husband and wife, and order to for- Catholics work with the communists Marxist Review." The subjectof

the Cross. He is called pastor becausehe for truth is not satisfied and so he God makes them so. They are no longertwo ward "peace." .._ to compel the White that seminar, which drew
._
is the shepherd of the flock. He is decides to spread the word of eternal and 1) r : but one, says Our Lord (Matthew 19, Together theyLouis r House, Congress and even leading followers of Moscow

called teacher because he proclaims those everlasting truth himself in the pulpit and 6)) ; God has joined them together, no man union leaders who "engaged In from many nations, was "the

eternal truths necessary for salvation. He the classroom, the confessional, the bap. .% can put them asunder. But frequently, we F. Budenzand Red baiting," to accept the socialist world system and the"

Is called physician because he heals soulsin tismal font and the altar. $ are reminded, they are not one now: no communist line. national-liberation movement.
the communists, under Red In his conclusion, Hall steamsup Its purpose was quite openly -
the need for to sunder them have
of
sacrament confession. Without Perhaps this editorialis men they
someone reading guidance, are asked to fight the comrades to take the defined as the utilization of
him there would be no sacraments. With- sundered themselves. Why not face the
already rearing an indispensable man. for that "peaceful coexistence" lead in directing Catholics "peaceful coexistence t o
out him there would be no sacrifice of the k fact? Actually there are two facts. The about soviet domina.
which "the massive attempts" bring
Or maybe the future indispensable man brings about the triumph away from
Cross.Yes .- conflict between them is a fact, certainly. of socialism. From that, that will be made lion of the "independent
the Priest is as indispensable as is perusing these lines. In either instance, '- But the oneness is a fact too. In the very they will march on to commu- "within the Catholic Church countries( of Asia Africa and

Christ because he is Christ living amongstus. we say to the best of our youth: We need roots of their being God has joined them together.That nism, which in itself presupposes and outside to water down, distort Latin America.1

Where does this indispensable man you for truly you may be indispensable. this oneness should be In England examining the ef- the liquidation of Chris- and nullify the meaningof Red representatives from
spread out into the whole being tianity. the encyclical." It is only many Latin American coun
fects of the divorce laws, have
Father'John J. Castelot of each, so that they themselves found that the sUffering of the This is the Interpretationthat "forward-looking forces," head tries-Uruguay, Bolivia, Brazil.
feel their oneness-t hat dechildren we must place upon the ed by the communist party, Mexico, Argentina, 1I0nduro-
I ...'.,,1pILu." .....,.... +,,\..."'" of broken marriages mold Catholics in them-were in attend
) UVVU "';"h much-featured interview b which can among
is a great and rising flood.A y
'To Hear the Words of Praising Song'I God will help them towardsthe famIly Gus Hall, secretary of the com- the "right understanding" of ance.
and secure -
felt oneness, but He will strong munist party, in "The Worker"of the encyclical.If This brought home all the
not make it. They must makeit life is vital to the hap- April 21. Its subject is the this sounds somewhat more sharply the main burdin
of the most familiar verses with a certain degree of and try me; test my soul and piness of the whole of society.
ONE themselves.It Red slant the conference which was
on the encyclical by bombastic, it is no more flO of ,
the psalms is psalm 25 heart. Each broken
assurance. marriage by
I my may come easily. It may Pope John XXIII, Pacem in than the communist line two-fold: One, that the chief
-or at least a part of it. At With confidence the courts weakens the In-
His has had supreme ,
Surely grace a come gradually, with the self- Teens, (Peace on Earth). which has brought about the enemies of the Reds among the
the Offertory of Mass, the invites God to stitution of marriage itself.It .
every psalmist
powerful effect in our souls, the other
Ishness-of or the
.: one or That it is the Church, despite present installment plan collapse colonial countries were
the _- Priest wiping out our sins and look deep into his heart and both-Impending the spread.It is a reminder to all that the market Influences and"anticommunism"
encyclical's emphasison : of the' United States in common
washes his uniting us more and more soul to see for Himself that and be marriage as such is breakable
quickly, ; that
may come two,
private property and human Cuba, Laos, and Ked Yugo- ;
hands and recites closely with him His servant is really as faith. lost again. It may not come at and that the permanence of rights, which has come i slaiia. among big nations the main
what is j And if still consciousof ful as he claims to be. All of all their rending from their own union lies not in the
we are away around to agree with the communists When "the outstretchedhand" foes were the United States, because
pop ularly 'I how far from this Is not insolent pride, how- each other begin at the institution of marriage itself
West
and
we are our may is suggested by Hall 1 was tried 25 years ago, of its strength,
I "Lavabo.known as" ThisIs the ideal of Christlikeness we ever.If church door. but only in their will to pre- in his very first words. Choos- I was then a leading commu- Germany because it Is "an 1m-

the first should be-then the Lavabo the psalmist is Innocent, But the God-made oneness at serve it-and there are all sorts ing his own quotations, Mos nist and wrote the "Christmas i perialist state of a clerical-

constitutes a salutary challengeto it is because God is kind and the root of their two beings of resentments and counter- cow's head man here declared I Message to Catholics" which t military type."
word of psalm y grow in perfection.The true: remains. It may never come attractions to weaken that. that the
encyclical "indicateda I offered them this working to- Catholics of ability will
1
25 6 and
reciting, 'the In'' author of psalm 25 was For your kindness is before to blossom or fruit. For the existence of divorcenot forthright, if belated, recog- gether for "peace." That was seemingly hare to make

wrestling with a problem my eyes, and I walk in your But they are still by God's only offers a way out of nition by the leadership of theRoman the occasion on which the then themselves custodians for the

verses fOllowing the celebrant and those which plagued thinking men in truth. act following on their agree- marriages already irretrievablybroken Catholic Church that t Monsignor (now Bishop) Sheen interpretation of the Fope'i

who are offering the Mass in Old Testament times: the problem He gives us a clue to his ment, husband and wife, and : it is Itself a destroyerof the world-wide communist t exposed my arguments in his great encyclical.

union with him feel bit of the suffering of the In- identity in verses 6, 8. He is while both of them live marriages. movement sincerely represented -, famous pamphlet, "Communism They can begin by remindIng -
a
may
nocent. One whole book, and neither can be wife or hus- Simply by existing it causes and fought for the "
For these apparently a member of the aspirations -Answers a Communist. It was everyone that this utterance -
uneasy.our Innocence verses our love proclaim it is a long one, the book of temple clergy, thoroughly in band of any other. marriages to be broken which of mankind." addressed to me and contained 1 is linked up with the previous -
,
of God's house, our complete Job, is devoted to this subject love with his vocation, findinghis Both things, I say, are facts. otherwise would have mended Such a view of the encyclical those records, writings, and 1 encyclicals of the Popes,

separation from the sinful While. the problem doesn't greatest happiness in fulfilling The trouble is that the con themselves. Where second mar- )I is, of course, a gross! acts of soviet communism, from Leo XIII to Plus XII

blameless' conduct. our really come out !into the open his liturgical functions: flict-fact is visible to the naked riage is not permitted, most example of that ".-\t ollnn" which indicted it. And this Includes the teachings

And It Is only right that in our psalm, it is there, rather 0 LORD, I love the housein eye, the oneness-fact they couples will make the effort language, which Hall is tell- We need a new pamphlet of f of our revered Pius XI.
we clearly discernible if one reads which you dwell the tent- know only on the word of God. required to keep the first one
should feel bit
a uneasy, for felt In blood and bone In being.
Things
between the lines.
the only one who could ing-place of your glory. Father Leo J. TreseCreator
pos- and sinew, pictured in the Your objector may feel It
sibly recite these words with The author protests his innocence The final stanza (9, 12) Is
imagination. agonized over in monstrous to expect a man anda
complete truthfulness wouldbe and begs to be sparedthe a fervent plea that God may
the emotions have an Inten- woman to live celibate lives
punishment deservedly keep him within the ranksof of Universe Came
Christ
Himself, the sinless sity, a driving power which when their marriage is shat to Save Us
One, the One who could challenge meted out to the sinful. He the godly.
truth revealed by God cannot tered. Do not wave this airily
His enemies to convict begins: And again, what could sound easily match or stand up T ODAY's ever-widening frontier to us, a peewee race on a tiny, ble, but In our humility let

Him of sin. Do me justice, 0 LORD! forI like smugness is balanced bya against.To aside.We know, but he does not of scientific knowledge cooled-off fragment of an exploded us not try to cut God downto

And yet, because of our Baptism have walked in integrity, and saving humility: insist on God's will whenso that God never calls on us to points up the vastness of God's star. our size.

and our resultant union in the LORD I trust without But I walk in integrity; redeem much human suffering Is bear a cross without givingus masterful plan in creating the We forget that this Is precisely He may have created other

with Him, we can pray these wavering. Search me, 0 LORD, me, and have pity on me. involved may seem callousnessand the strength, if we will universe. With -- what God's Infinity beings to love Him and to sing

-- mere legalism. > ask Him. our own eyes means. He is not limited by His praises. Nevertheless, a

Question Box Surely, runs the argument : But, religion apart, men we can observethe time or space, by size or num-: hundred billion others will not
1 God Himself would not ;want:have shown an astonishing capacity Milky Wayin : distract His love and HIs attention
bers.It
I Parti His law to be applied so ruth for sacrifice-even for God's heav- would be no strain upon one single Instant from

Every Marriage Binds Both s lessly. His truth was given to death itself-where the cause ens and realizeit God's infinite power to create you or from me.

make men free not to tie themin seemed to justify it. is just one this unmeasured universe God is infinite. 11 e Is not
El'
Q. What in the eyes of the The third requirement excludes The above answer, please slavery, and what slave We should use our whole o f countless just so that It might producethe hampered by quantity, He is

Church constitutes a valid those who enter into I note, is merely a resume, and compound is worse than a love- mind to help men see the pres- other galaxies. one little speck of earth not confused by numbers.

marriage between two non- marriage under the influence: a very brief one, of this whole less marriage? ervation of marriage as such a of suns and which is ours-a spaceplatform Astronomers may continueto

Catholics? of force or fear from an external ., subject and does not attempt to Parliamentary commissions cause. planets which for souls on their wayto probe the universe. Physi-

A. The natural law, which circumstance. The mu- cover It thoroughly. Any parish stretch billions eternity.A cists may continue to split the

binds everyone, requires ((1) tual consent ordinarily must Priest will be anxious to answer o light-years whole universe to produce atom.

that the parties be free to be given before a person authorized specific questions touch- Pope John XXIII through the uncharted reachesof one puny world? An entire Paleontologists and anthro-

marry each other; ((2)) that the by the government to>lIng this subject.Q. space. There may be life ocean to produce one little pologists may continue to

Indissolubility, unity and primary witness such contracts. on other planets, too. There pearl? This would not daunt trace man's history back

ends of marriage are not The state can and does Are adults allowed to Council Advises Youth On may also be creatures far superior God at all. through millions of years; even

attend movies that are rated to ourselves, somewhere It is quite possible, of course, establish that man's
excluded; and ((3)) that the mutual make laws that those may body
consent be given freely. govern by the Legion of Decency as between ourselves and the that God has other plans under (but not his soul) was evolved
who wish to but these,
marry for Priesthood
The first requirement would laws do not always Invalidatea morally objectionable in Training angels. way throughout the universe. from that of an ape.
for all? We begin to wonder, "Is it There be souls in
exclude those who are too when part may heaven It HtHl remains! true that
marriage, are
they
young or who are Incapable broken. Often these laws of A. The Legion of Decency FOLLOWING is a portion of the text of a translation of possible that the infinite Power from other worlds which God so loved this human race
pledge, which the American the Who created all this can be ended "eons ago. There be to become of
(Insanity, drunkenness) to enter the tate usually give the to Bishops throughout world by the may as one us and to
into such a contract, those natural law greater detail. Bishops want all Catholics to Sacred Congregation of Seminaries and Universities concerning interested in us, little microbes planets now inhabited by In- die for us.Knowing.

who are impotent before the take seriously and keep de- the fourth centennial of the decree on seminariesof that we are, crawling about on telligent creatures'who never our own Imperfection -

marriage and perpetually so, Occasionally you will read I l terminedly, contains these the Council of Trent.In this pinhead earth of ours? sinned and who have no need and pettiness, you and I
that someone, "married" to an words knowledge of how to Could God possibly have takena for There
those who are closely related : "I pledge myself to re- performit redemption. may be cannot understand God's pre
by blood, and those who are other non-Catholic, has contracted main away from pictures that view of the fact that the rightly, our Mother the human form and become one other planets, still In the mak-I i dilection for us. It is not nec-

already bound by a marriage a marriage with a Catholic are dangerous to my moral Second Vatican Ecumenical Church demands that candidates -of us?" ing, destined for occupancy a I i essary that we understand It.

contract. before his parish Priest. life." Council, has at heart the Inten- for the Priesthood be pre- This Is what we might call billion years hence. It is enough that we know It

The second requirement excludes You will usually find that the! To let Catholics know beforehand sifying of the Christian life in pared by a fitting'apprentice an Inverted pride, a specious There is no limit to what i is so because God has said thatit

those who do not Intendto Church has made long and I what movies are "dan- modern society it cannot avoid form of humility.We God may have done or may i is so.

enter into a permanent mar- sound Investigations and foundthat I gerous to moral life," the making most careful provisionfor ship.The more evil the times and who judge importanceby choose to do. Undoubtedly we It is enough that we con-

riage lasting until death, those the first or civil "mar Bishops have set up the Legion these sacred training placesof the more vehement the attacks numbers and size, attributeour have some surprises in store
\vho Intend to be married to riage" was invalid due to the! of Decency to act as their official youth whose work it is to of the impious, the more zeal own way of thinking to for us when, seeing God face what He pleases, and to do it

more than one person at a fact that the requirements men organization to review instruct and prepare those who does she show in gathering God. We question God's revela. to face, we see all things in i in His own way. Boldly, then,
divine mandate be
to the
time, and those who exclude tioned above were not fulfilledor I all films. by are ,them as it were under her tion because we cannot con Him. j and gratefully, we say our
,
salt of the the
earth and
altogether! the begetting of that something essential to>> The pledge, of course, does the world. lightof wings, in stirring up and bol. ceive that God could so stoop By all means let us be hum-
children. the contract was missing. not bind under sin. However, stering their resources and In
apart entirely from any pledge "\s"i t h a ever-mindful injecting a new strength so Washington Letter

RANGE BUT God's law forbids us under awareness of this need, the that there will be reborn a .
TRUE pain of mortal sin to Church down through the ages
S expose new and flourishing youth.
Little-Known Facts for ourselves to the probable dan has shown a more tender solic- Because of this necessity of Laos Crisis Developments Watched

... .. of mortal sin. itude and motherly care for
committing
ger
6y M. |J. MURRAY ow** **.c.w.c.* i.n preparing worthy sacred ministers
Likewise, God's law forbidsus the worthy training of her there must be sought a
under pain of venial sin to Priests than for anything else" means for renewing the train- THE United States is conscious of its obligations "as the chief defender of freedom all

expose ourselves to the prob- (Pius XI, "Ad catholici sacer- ing of clerics which the sacred the world," President John F. Kennedy said last week. He made this statement

able danger of venial sin. dotii," part 3)). Nor is it diffi- Council of Trent inauguratedand in discussing the Cuban crisis, which geographically is very close to, home.

The conclusion Is evident. cult to understand the reason the abundant fruits of Minutes later, in answer to
for this since the Priesthood placing any reliance upon the
When a motion picture is an care, which we are still gathering.But a question, he said he regardedthe of
possibility Peking and Moscow
occasion of sin it is sinful to is by divine Institutionthe -
situation in Laos "most
as
since
we know from rea. coming to a parting of the
royal road by which the
attend it. "
son and history that the moralsof serious. Within hours developments .
p ways.It
tiWJ:1 fruits of the Redemption come LI
Q. I receive literature ofa the Christian people often in this nation of
to men who have been called be revealed .
may by developments
religious nature throughthe keep step with the learningand two million people occupyinga
to participate in the kingdomof whether
mails which I do not holiness of their Priests rugged terrain in southeast Soviet
justice love, and in- Russia
grace or Communist China Is
; want. Is Asia into the fore-
there any easy way the decree "Cum adolescentium leaped very
augurated by Christ. the shots"
: I can stop this, mail from aetas" necessarily follows from front of our national concern. "calling in the Laos rablhhed every Frldar
Its dignity and Its office crisis; whether one is attempting FLORIDA
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Is of
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existing between the two would be lbs Act of March 3. nil.
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R#* CALLISTUS HDECREID A. Your pastor Is not a mem- "the ministers of Christ and divine ministry; for, since theyare liaths of communism. ened." EB
JOURNEY?
THAT TWO ber of the hierarchy, unless he the dispensers of the mysteriesof seen as lifted up to a high There have been those who If Laos falls Into communist Fatb.r Vincent E. 8mlt

PlUSRlMACCTOfOM :'''' ;. :..-- =: ;:. is at the same time a Bishop. God" (1 Cor. 4,1)) always place above the things of the contended that a rift has exist- hands, Thailand, Cambodia Executive Editor
'1* t Ordinarily, the term "hIerarchy" fitted for the fulfillment of so world, the rest cast their eyes Editor: )ii.. Jane <).!..
ed between Moscow and Pe South Vietnam
and .
Malaya are )uric \ llrlUir
refers to the Bishops of great an office. But since it upon them as upon a mirror
rM' I king. At the same time, somevery threatened, and the Jo.rph A. K..!.rAdteriislnr
Pd&Gltf.GtXMHY. #*tf SHAKCOWtH mE ml/t.E any nation or province. The naturally happens that a per. and take from them models for stability of 11anac.
UVVS TNfl*. ThC CHUtCHef /f)1t VUHDKZDfOf word could also refer to all the son's ability to fulfill his office imitation" (Sess 23, "On Ref.ormation" competent authorities on all Southeast Asia willbe en

>AS! TVIU M.1'r4U HAS titW'lW lNQHlJiMKW Mill***V JVfA/TT$. Of.tUffuuttg Bishops of the world. will be in proportion t 0 his c.1). communism warned against dangered. Friday, May 3, 1963Fr







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s "a+ The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 3, 1963 Page Flv.

Memoir of Edward Pace -

,.' # d > Prelates at Mass Pay

,

Recalled at Ceremonies Ya b J Honor to Msgr. Pace


(Catla..4 Ir... Pat Oa) as a pupil in Jacksonville and
and STARKE-Citizens( basked In the glory of a native son's reputation for learning ( -6, as fifth Bishop of St. Augus- later as a Priest in St. Augustine

teaching when the parish of St Edward led the celebration April 26, of Edward +:A tine. ; and Monsignor James B.
Pace
i Day. _
i
another Jacksonville
The first Catholic child born tne days appreciation. She re- there was Father John Ban- The late Bishop's brother, Cloonan,

in Starke in 1861 was named sides in Washington, D.C. nister Tabb. 1P t, Monsignor Barry recalled pastor who was acquaintedwith

Edward Pace in honor of St. Souvenir cards given to the This memoir has dwelt at 1t f personal Incidents about Monsignor Pace.
he One of Monsignor Pace's suc-
Edward. Eighty years later, congregation at the Mass in length on little known facets.of Monsignor Pace when
the memorial Mass cessors as pastor of the old
spoke at
the Catholic church in Starke Starke bore a prayer for Mon Edward Pace's early days.

was named St. Edward in mem- signor Pace and the highlightsof He was ordained a Priest In t & s.a last Friday in Starke. Cathedral, Monsignor John P.
Burns of St. Augustine attended -
ory of Edward Pace, notes Fa- his life. Rome, May 30, 1885. Father Cornelius A. Dough-
Mass in Starke.
ther Cornelius A. Dougherty, He was baptized in Starke on During his assignment as erty, parish Priest at Starke the

the Priest who today presidesover July 26, 1861, by the pastor of rector of the Cathedral In St. today, prepared a 40-page Illus Father M. J. Kelly represented -.

the parish of Starke and the present Cathedral In St. Augustine-1886 to 1888therewas Y b trated brochure for the occa- the parish of the Immaculate

its missions. Augustine, Father Edmund a fire which partially destroyed sion. In the center spread were Conception In Jack
MSGR. PACE HELD RESPONSIBILITY IN WASHINGTON D.C.
and sonville where Pace
Archbishop AubriL the historic church letters from Vatican City young
Icy who established Joseph the P. Hur- that had been built by Catholic In the above portraits, one sees Monsignor Edward A. Pace, native of Starke from St. Augustine.In had served as an altar boy.

ish in Starke, commended par The latter just happened to Spaniards. However, the orig- who died 25 years ago, as vice-rector (left) of Catholic University in Washington, his letter for the program, Father Kelly was a chaplainto

Father Dougherty for pro come Florida along missions, on a prior visitation to the of inal facade and walls of the D.C.; as he looked (center) when he was raised to the ecclesiastical dignity of Archbishop Hurley called Mon- the Archbishop on Friday.

moting the 1063 observancein first diocesan synod called by ancient church were saved and prothonotary: apostolic; and as he appeared to early students when he was a professor signor Pace one of the most In 1887, Monsignor Pace par

Henry M. Flagler of at the Catholic University. the in ceremonies mark.
commemoration of the life Savannah's Bishop Augustin Presbyterian philosophy illustrious Catholics of ticipated
and work of Ed. industrialist in 'St. Augustine South. He wrote: ing the laying of the cornerstone
Monsignor
Verot In October. At that time
,
ward Aloysius Pace. our diocesan territory was un- helped the Catholics of the -dZ : A ;i7Z /1 "A native of Starke, Florida, of St. Patrick Church in

The Archbishop arrived from der Bishop Verot's administration Nineties in the Oldest City to 'Zit4/ ". .,&i ;.,., '. .. *'"W ., is.-J:?: he was educated in some of Gainesville. Last week, the

the See City of St. Augustine to as vicar apostolic. He later expand the Cathedral in recon- r L/ '' / ... /" .' 'Y.; ;--7"--r"447N: ;. /1t. R/. /: \, ) "., the best schools of Americaand Gainesville pastor, Father
structing it. } : M JV. ? Thomas R. Gross attended the
offer the F he
25th memorial chose to be our first diocesan ,. < z Europe. As a Priest,
Requiem Mass for Starke's Bishop. From 1891 to 1935, Mon. ;. ... r" l # y" tf/r ; served for a time in his native Requiem anniversary.The .

world-renowned son and to Father Henry Peter Clavreul, signor Pace was a professorat ln ?# r : ,.::/ :. h !.;1irH< state, and even became pastorof Diocese's expert on the
dedicate the plaque Catholic University. He ? /hJ.JJ .tr. p ;,.;y', :ttV 'd a,: historic Cathedral parishin life and times of Bishop Augustin -
markingthe .
our
one of early Florida's most ,fitr f" ,? "A. ., .. ; o.
N. .
M'
: (: : ,: I Father Michael V.
; Verot
observance. The plaque became prothonotary apos. ; : r. .r :;{, St. Augustine."But .
tireless missionaries Zt
from .
reads: France, held the. pastorate of tolic on July 15, 1920. He was k:7frlf6. ;iI' 4Z1': : f( /' "" ja z., his great intellectual Gannon Ph.D., who Is directorof

IB Devoted Jh..aabr..e vice-rector( of the University ? : r- ) gifts made clear his special vocation the Mission of Nombre De
St. Michael church, Fernan- F .a/ : aa ,.
of from 1924 to 1935. ; ',ind '. 1l'. / to the University apostolate -Dios In St. Augustine, was ont
:MONSIdJCOBEDWARD dina, and among his missionswas .," /.11
ALOY811B PACK Starke. He was the co-founder and '.- ... if;< 4dz, qI' and after a few years of of the Archbishop's chaplainsat
; ; "
Morn U SUrk. July I, 1911Dl.d editor of /rd' v., life he invited to last Friday's Mass. It was
"The Catholic Encyc- + ,, ,. .. ...A., parish was
AprU U. UII The Pace home !served asa : + k to : r.: t who confirmed
T. who. Patron thl. Church mission station for the lopedia," first published In d'TfI4ZY iI;: a: :rtf ny'1A .: devote his talents to the Cath- Bishop Verot
Edward Pace and who probably
was d.dl..at.dOeteber 1904. lfl1'7nllJ. olic University of America at
13. 1941 Bishop! and his Priests! as ; y.tP : accepted him as a seminarianfor
This pUq. U U.erltwd with the they moved about the! territory When Monsignor Pace died it 'Mt-- Washington."He
hop that It will pr.*.,,. for in Washington in 1938, Cath- : t < worked as Professorand this Diocese.
in the
care of sonl '
posterity the Memory .f this humble olic philosophers and educatorsthe 4d a( fV : Administrator at thifgreat Other Priests at Friday'sMass
Priest of Oed who was alto a learned Young Edward Pace was a included Father William
: taG//-Nd5 : University for more
Dector of rhtlotophjr school boy in Starke and in world over knew that a "d pN-W
JWJ 'tl1'P"/ H. Neuhaus of Tarpon Springs
April 99, illS had out in America. than forty years. It was his
light gone
'
The tweaty-mth annlTcrnry Jacksonville during the early 9 ,y who served Priest in StarkeIn
as
"' writ
fT / life. His name is largein
a
.t hi* death days of his life. His copybook Popes and prelates, Priests 74ff'f "mumd hYr 'R 1ilflVnr 1951 Father William J.
this Pontif-
Joseph P. Harley and the laity knew of his repu- the annals of ;
exercises saved the
Arehblihop by family, & VrlUP4 lJl.d c4'7U; Holmes of Fernandina; Father
full of old-fashioned tation as an erudite scholar and (d ( ::. .... .. ical institution.!
bishop of St. A.ntl.e are phrases ? .. '.... + 4....< :\s.: .Mf the Leo Danaher of Jacksonville;
"Edward Pace Influenced
praising virtues which should patriot during his more than .., .. '. .% v.. 4 "=: .. ... \l
.. < ., 1.i! ;. .. Father Philip E. Halstead of
The day which marked the 50 years in the Priesthood. ... .,. J.w :._ .i-.... .. formation of university policy;
never become old fashioned.His .
Pace anniversary of death was FROM EDWARD PACE'S STARKE COPYBOOK he communicated the best traditions Gainesville, who was Friday'smaster
early training hima He went a long way-from
one of poignant personal recol- gave of European learning to of ceremonies; and some

lections for those who remem- facility for simple expressionof Starke. He was a shy, blue- ;('< 1I"! ....... -. ..N.- .,.,...,.." ._ "" ... .. ..... ,... -: the new Athenoeum at Washington out-of-state Priests who came

ideas. For example, one student -eyed red-haired boy from ....,.rr. .;, to tribute also to the national
"
treatises and
ber Monsignor Pace. For those ; he wrote pay
recalls Monsignor Pace as North Florida with a mind / 'S; '*.. Y
.rkS
of
who have Inherited the Pace on education and reputation MonsignorPace.
monographs
saying finely moulded, destined to ,' ,. ., f cF ..
: .
:
!' .. ;.iji: > .
contribution to religion and to .. .. .. .... philosophy; above all, he
its
make mark American
"Where I on '
was brought <
up, ; .t '' Parishioners! and visitors!
1 education, Friday was a day to 4 .., taught thousands of students
we had beans, and Catholic education.Dr. :,. ,.. .
corn pota-
recall the lasting niche our diocesan k>. : ( 4i : who later on had a large handin at the Mass gave the Latin
toes, but trespasses we had Ignatius Smith O.P., in + .' Ms o.j' ; American at the Mlssa Rt>rl.
Priest carved out for 4 .. the building of our responses
no Idea what they were!'. his eulogy of Dr. Pace at the \. .. .' 't5r V., v,..rY9tl t.J .. tata offered by Archbishop
himself at the Catholic Univer- ,, ,. iJ! .. .It: Catholic system of educa-
I"
At 11, young Edward finished Requiem attended by 12 Bish- F t i vv ... + \" ,. "
;J Hurlejr. .
\
sity of America. ; I ... _. ,. ..... ". tion.
.
his training at the Old ops recalled: <; r. ' Monsignor Pace was born on a Archbishop Hurley
.. : 1
Starke Institute. In 1872, Bishop "Years when I men- ': I the Archbishop spoke
July 3, one of seven childrenof ago J .. the parish he established over greeting
Verot confirmed the Catholic tioned t. ...,..,.. ... Pace
:Margaret Kelly, a woman of something about the r;: .x I 20 years ago in Starke for the admiringly of Monsignor

British ancestry, and George children of S tar k e, Ed- purple he had earned but rare- b >.1. ,..., patron saint of MonsignorPace and Indicated that as time

Edward Pace. The Paces were ward Included, and he took ly wore, Dr. Pace.said, 'I wantto 'k. .. '. i : St. Edward. goes on Monsignor Pace will

early settlers In Virginia and Aloysius as his name for Con- die a good, old Priest.. il..w : ..,. )': "*1f11." Relatives of the late Priest- become even better known, be-
.
Monsignor Pace's father was firmation. Good he was, as we all know; ; ... .. Ai educator Joined in the celebra- cause of his lasting contribution -

one of five children raised in Early in his term at Duval old, in his 77th y e a rand a ... (( t- l....,', : .
the Middleburg-Starke area. County High School in Jacksonville Priest he was, until the end, :.: .' .l k? were a niece, Mrs. Arthur A, America.

The Priest's : Edward Pace showeda and forever._. No other Amer- I. : "'.< h+ Corcoran of Jacksonville, and I Edward Pace Day had been
parents were
buried Jacksonville his bent for the study of Latin. ican has given greater testimony her daughter. proclaimed in Starke by Mayor

mother in in 1900, and his, fa. His father had hoped he would to the actuality of the '' _'. x"...a.. .. s Many of the Priests whc I Randall Chitty, who attended {
choose law as a profession and Blessed Trinity." came to Starke for the 25th l the Mass last Friday, and led
ther in 1902, after a happymarried had made arrangements for FLORIDA NATIVE PRIEST DESTINED FOR FAME the of citizens number-
Space does not allow more anniversary of MonsignoiPace's group
life, "marked with" young Edward to begin legal than a passing mention of Last Friday, when Church and civic honor was paid to the late Monsignor Ed. death came from par. ing about 300 persons at the

it goodness and love of God, studies in a Jacksonville law highlights in the life of Mon- ward A. Pace on the anniversary of his death 25 years earlier, the people of Starke ishes or areas which had some evening festivity. Father
the
stated in
was published office. signor Pace. The brochure learned much about this son of one of their first families. Above, the young Father connection with Starke's famedson. Dougherty extended the hospitality -

obit Father nary.Dougherty notes in Meanwhile, Father Clavreul, published in Starke this April Pace is pictured, at left, as a student Priest in Leipzig; center, as pastor of the Cathedral Among those present, of the parish to the

the memorial brochure that the whose Masses in Jacksonville goes into much more detail. of St. Augustine in Florida; and right, as a seminarian in Rome. were Monsignor Patrick E. crowd at a fish fry 0 n the
Edward served, took the
once In Starke be-
whose church grounds
Perhaps the most grippingare Nolan V.F., in deanerythe
wealth of memories
personal lad on a tour of the missions
8 and
from StarkeST. young Pace worked, first tween 8pm.
long excerpts a
provided came from a niece of with him.

Monsignor Pace's, Mrs. ArthurA. The Pace boy wanted to bea book, "Recollections of a awroY :: )/ts't EDWARD
Happy Life," by the late Wil- Father Cornelius A. SCHOOLS.SAINT
Corcoran of Jacksonville, Priest, so Mr. Pace took the fity, Dough-
who attended Friday's events. 15-year-old Edward to Maryland II a m Cardinal O'Connell, t t erty announces the changes of

Archbishop of Boston, who Sunday Mass schedules In the
Mention also was made of to begin seminary train-
Miss Elizabeth Catherine drew a pen portrait of Edward parish and mission churches of ACADEMY
Pace, ing for the Diocese of St. JOSEPH

the Priest's sister, who although Augustine nt old St. Charles' Pace and told of St. Edward's, Starke. JENSEN BEACH

achievements of the then .ri ..... Starting this Sunday, Massin !=;
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unable to at ten dFriday's College at Elllrott City. ...
through
Resident and day school} for girls-grades one fix.
young seminarian from St. Starke will hE offered at 10
ceremony, was an Perhaps the most famous otEdward's in hilly and picturesque region. Large swim-
Extensive grounds I
Augustine, Florida. a.m. each Sunday in St. Edward
honored guest and shared in Sulpician teachers ming pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art,
Pope Leo XIII and the Car- i rJ1"f Church.
r tR ;Ill t l 1 .. dancing and .dr motics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint
------ e rV. Keystone Heights Catholicswho
dinals of Rome heard Edwardin f ; f v
a $ Joseph. For further information apply to: Sister Directress,
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a debate in Latin, and so 4, rJ, attend :Mass In St William
Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen Beach.
pleased was the Holy Father t. --. Church will hear Mass,

with Pace's extraordinary abil- starting this Sunday, regularlyat

ity in metaphysics, that he per- 64. ________ p 'Y y 8:30: a.m. SAINT JOSEPHS ACADEMYRAIXT
sonally dispensed him from For the time being there
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- Page Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 3, 1963 : j, 0),9"'"j..;.'p. I'h u._' '.' ------T-. Sacred HostsDesecrated Peace Prize' Use ToldVATIAN

CITY (NO)-Pope

Pope John Says He May Die Soon But John Balzan XXIII peace prize plans for to a use"noble the

i enterprise," according to Vat.

Hopes to Visit Churches Next Lent By HaitiansKINGSTON ican Questioned authorities.on reports in the


Jamaica (NO Italian :::s that Pope John
pre
VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) John XXHI has told several hundred Roman children I
have broken into plans to use the money to set
Marauders
that he may die soon but that he hopes to visit Rome's parishes again... next Lent- .#. -
Pope John spoke to the -- s'I -' the Catholic church in the town up a peace prize of his own,

children, members of religious because of the day's heat. for the success of the ecumenical Vi7tLI of Saint Marc in Haiti and des. Vatican officials would neither

youth centers, on a recent Sun- The Pope said that like council's next ses ; I 1A ecrated the Blessed Sacrament confirm nor deny the reports.

day morning In the apostolic the Good Shepherd, he sion. \ it was learned here. But they said that the Pope

palace's San Damaso court- often thinks "of the lambs After the audience, 90 Americans The sacrilege involved entering does not intend to keep it for

yard. who escape here and there." studying at the Mozar- -8;, ,.' the church of St. his own use.
The Pope told the children Pope John recalled stories teum in Salzburg, Austria J % : "-' Marc in the dark of night., They added that the Pope

that he is "pastor of Rome" about Pope Pius X and Pope sang Rosselli's Adoremus.The U GA'ONa'.l The tabernacle door was will probably announce whathe

and its Bishop, but that he Leo XIII. He said that Leo Pope returned to the t S ripped open and 300 conC- will do during the May 10

does not have the courage to XIII died at the age of 93. balcony overlooking the court !4t 1 .rnft P N't I IQ'HIJ'. .. ; \\" crated Ho-t were' strewn' on audience when the prize is formally
-. I ,, -.,-= the altar. presented to him. The
Imitate
Christ and call himself "What happened to him yard to hear the group sing an- the step leading to
the Good Shepherd. other ; MY5I96) T J4AY5i96 The incident took place .during -international Balzan founda-
must happen to us all, he said, hymn.At ;:J ......
"The Lord watches us and "and will happen, perhapssoon noon, the Pope recited gftf .A ,,.,w.i.; :;.;;.. / "..,'. S Nr ----- the second week of Lent, tion of Zurich. Switzerland, an-

Judges us," he said. "I thinkof to the Pope who speaksto BOOST HIGH SCHOOL BAZAAR, JACKSONVILLEFather and news concerning it was nounced in :March the awardingof
the Coeli with 20,000
) my failings." you. This Is the natural ending pilgrims Regina in St. Peter's Mortimer Danaher, president of Bishop Kenny High School in Jackson- slow in reaching the outside its first peace prize to the

As he spoke, the Pope took of life." The Regina Coeli replaces square.the ville, urges interparochial crowds to come to the May 5 festival at the school. On the world.St. Pope.

off his red velvet camauro cap The Pope said that when he Angelus during the Easter sea- committee, from left, are Carleton Burleson, Mrs. Peter Gushanas Mrs. Ben Geraghtyand Marc is in western Haitiin
John Dattoli. the diocese of Les Gonaives,
was a seminarian and Pope son.
Theme SuggestedFor -- whose ordinary, Bishop Paul Juun l I'mt
Leo XIII
he 4j9
was dying, wentto
the Vatican in horse cab. New \ Mass Guide Robert, was expelled last November
Memorial Day The cab driver told a the future Papal Envoy Sees Japan Giving I by the Francois Haitian Duvalier.regimeof A. II.Ambulance CraIg K.B Service UI I. Btanttt

president
Pope: "This has been the SUNDAY, 5
May Eleven other Priests of the diocese VA 4-1673
Cemetery Rites8OUTHFIELD i greatest Pope of history. If he Thought to Population Control 3rd Sunday after Easter.Ma of Les Gonaives were expelled ST. AUGUSTINE

dies, his successor certainlywill ( s of Sunday, Gloria,
from Haiti last fall. That
Michigan not be able to attract so TOKYO (NC) Japan is beginning to have some sec:ond thoughts about the gov- Preface of Easter).
diocese with four
the
left
(XC)-The National Cath-- pilgrims to Rome. An- only
many abortion to what the inter- :MONDAY, 6
olic ernment program which.encourages according apostolic May Priests in all-none in the See
Cemetery Conference has other Pope will not give as
(Mass of preceding Sunday,
urged that ceremonies on Memorial much work to cab drivers." nuncio, Archbishop Mario i sors and other professional Japan has a right to make use (;lorla, Preface of Easter). city of Les Gonaives. The diocese

Day exemplify the idea The Pope commented: "This Cagna has said here. people. of the earth's resources to an ,TUESDAY, May 7 counts 43,000 Catholics.The .

of the brotherhood of man was for that good man the Asserting that public Archbishop Cagna told extent sufficient to support an St. Stani laus. (Mass! of a parish of St. Marc is one

under God to all who have for- essence of the greatness of opinion about populationgrowth them that "Japan should increasing; population. Martyr in Pavhaltinie, Gloria of the four which still has a INC.

gotten it. the pontificate." ,and birth control is prize her growing population There I In space enough In Preface of Easter! ). Priest-a Father Le Drey. Ac-

A statement was issued Pope John closed the audi- undergoing a gradual change, as one of her. greatest Japan for a vast increase of WEDNESDAY, May 8 cording to information reach- Your Since PhoneIs 1I2S
here for Memorial Day by the Archbishop said: assets.! ing here, he complained to the
.
(Mass )
Monday
ence with a plea for more population, the Priest-de as on AccountJA
the conference's president, Rather than limit its growth government following the des- Your Charge
fervent prayers during May "There have been signs said. THURSDAY: ) 9
Father Robert F. Allen, who' which show that there is grow- artificially, he said, the nation mographer St.:Gregory Xayian/en. Mass!'; ecration in his church, and M737
is also director of cemeteriesfor "For example, the density of both civil and military authorities Ft. Lauderdale
ing concern in responsible should "find ways and means of a Doctor, Gloria, Prefaceof
the Detroit archdiocese' New SeminaryMEXICO population of Tokyo is only made an unsuccessful showof Pompano Beach
effec-
circles. The evils of legal abor- whereby her people can Easter! ).
In it the Priest deplores the :\ CITY (XC) -Mex tion are widely acknowledged, tively exert their influence for one-seventh that of Manhattan FRIDAY, May 10 trying to find the perpetrators. -

fact that many people recognize ico's Bishops have issued a and the nation, having regained -the betterment of the world." Island, New York, comparing Ht.ntoninus.. (Mass' Of a .

the "equality" of a person joint pastoral letter announcingthe its confidence after the Acting chairman of the as- resident population per square Conrt" or.ni'ohop, Gloria, 2nd The Pmalier regime has

only when he is dead. creation of a Mexican Na- shattering effects of the war, sociation is Father Anthony mile." prayer of Sts. Gordian and carried on a steady' war
"We honor our veterans and tional College in Rome. Father Zimmerman said against the Church since
is realizing that material pros- Zimmerman S.V.D., Catholic Epimachus, Martyrs; Preface
faithful departed," the state- The Bishops lauded the workof perity and great progress University of America alum- that Japan's government can of Easter). 1959; and has expelled threeof J

ment says, "without any distinction the Montezuma Seminaryin which have been achieved nus who is author of the 1961 influence the economy in favorof SATURDAY, :May 11 the nation's seven Bishops.i

of race color creed or New Mexico, set up by the since then are chiefly due to book "Catholic Viewpoint on good family life or againstit. Sts. Philip and James. Mass!! The head of the Church in
national origin."A United States Bishops in 1936 Haiti, Archbishop Francois
the right exploitation of nat Overpopulation. of Apostles-May 1 in some "
religious and patriotic to train Priests for Mexico at ural resources and successful The Japanese translation of "Before 1918 the economy of missals; Gloria, Creed, Preface ,. Poirier of Rort au Prince, was &. MODERN!FUNIKAI HQIMorord "f.

ceremony this Memorial Day," a time when the Church in that commercial exchanges." the book was saluted by a Japan favored large families," of Apostles). expelled without warning on A.Pwya.rak!L'"

the statement says, "should country was suffering persecution The papal envoy spoke out member of the Seicho no he said, "Birth control was not SUNDAY, May 12 Thanksgiving Day, 1960. His .
exemplify to all who have and the Latin American Hikari sect at the meeting as a necessary, and parents did not 4th Sunday after Easter auxiliary, Bishop Remy Augustin 649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862-6503
control issuein
knowingly or unknowingly College in Rome. on the population "precious treasure contributing feel population pressure as to- (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,, the. first Haitian-born Bish ST. PETERSBURG.

complacently forgotten the They pointed out that the a message to an open meet- to the welfare of all day." Creed, Preface of Easter). op, was exiled early in 1961. _____

Christian concept of the latter is too small to care for ing of the Catholic population Japan." A movement has already -

brotherhood of man under the seminarians from all Latin
research association. The association gathered over a million

Fatherhood of God." American nations, particularlysince meets every other signatures petitioning the gov- Bishop Defe nds Ireland'sool JOHN S. RHOBES JR.

Mexico is sending an increasIngly month in the building of the ernment to stop legal abor-

JACKSONVILLE large number of national Catholic committeehere. tions. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
seminarians and Prieststo Private Sch
young Members include Priests, Father Zimmerman spoke at System
Rome for study.Archbishop 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone} 446-3055
physicians, university profes- the meeting, and said that
GALWAY (NC) -Galwa ty's Bishop has strongly de-

Slipyi .,.. fended Ireland's private seco ndary schools against harsh PHONE 877-7524

VATICAN CITY'' (NC)-Popd criticism from the president oJ:f the association of secondary

John XXIII has named UkrainIan school teachers.
A. P. BOZA
across the seas to America,, RIVERSIDE CHAPEL
Rite Archbishop Josyf 'Bishop Michael Browne of
Australia, Asia and Africa."It 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE.
Slipyl of Lvov, who reached Gal way and Kilmacduagh, is the fashion nowadaysto S TAMPA 7. FLORIDAKYLEMc.LELLAN'

Rome February 9 after 18 yearsof speaking at the annual conven- talk about help for the underdeveloped

CKAACOXL V BROILBO imprisonment and exile in tion here of the association of countries.

: STEAKS the Soviet Union, a consultorof secondary teachers, said that
FdOt .f Beuer St. VUdie the sacred congregation for. the secondary schools, which "Ireland has a glorious INC.
< XL: 4.81SC record in the she has
help
: the Eastern Church. give a "sound moral and religious
formation" to Ireland'syouth given' for over a century in FUNERAL DIRECTORS

wt bringing the Christian religion 17 W. UNION STREET JACKSONVILLEEL
ACCREDITED SCHOOL OF NURSING have "many criticismsand -
ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL few defenders." churches, schools and 3-3966 Continuous Service Since 1856
hospitals to so man y coun-
JACKSONVILLE No other country, the Bishop tries.

I Conducted by the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul i- said, "can show such a wonderful "The men and women who

Emmitsburg, Maryland achievement by private in- did that work came from our Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home
For Particulars Apply Director School of Nursing : "
schools the
__ itiative and sacrifice." secondary Bishop 557 CLEARWATER-LARGO ROAD -LARGO

I4 1.:'_ His defense came after said.Bishop Teephone! 584.2119
!- -;': : ; 'e Browne noted t h a 1Ireland's
I George Lyons, president of the 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
EASTERLW: PHARMACYRELIABLE EDUCATION THEIR CONCERNNew association of secondary teach Catholic secondary

Orleans' John P. (left) told the schools were built up neither
Li Archbishop Cody was ers, convention that it
PKESCKirTlON hEKMCK by the state nor by the endowment
reelected president general of the National Catholic is "inconceivable that anyone
I C..m.tlc. Cigar and Camera
; Drug Dtpartmcatc
of kings or lords, but by
Fr.. Pickup and Delivery Lnnrhooa a>d Soda Bar Educational Association at last week's convention in St. should try to defend a systemof A.tIt9lO1/ fl'ernoria/Chapefi? Jf
the sacrifices of the Irish (
tm Bland In K Blvd. EV -0734. -07J8531t peo nc.
education
Jatnme Rd. '7710. Louis. He is pictured with Joseph Cardinal Ritter (center based on the capacity -
i_ ple and of clergy and Religious
? D. Q. EASTERLING. Owier-Manarer ), Archbishop of St. Louis, and :Monsignor FrederickG. of the parent to pay during the last 100 years while AMBULANCE SERVICEST.

Hochwalt Washington, D.C., executive secretary of rather than on the "capacity of the people suffered from famine .. I'KTKRHRUIta 4R2.'i9tb"r.. No Ph. 3154123; )
the NCEA. the pupil to profit. CLKARWATKRLARGO: AND GULP REACHES
poverty and oppression.
Schools which charge tuition 11590; -Alt. 19 Ph. 391-0111 5&1-7611
"There is no country in the
perpetuate privilege if there
world," he said, "which can
Sudan Continues are no available free schools,
Att i Deporting
Aliif show such a wonderful] BRETT
he said. (In Ireland, primary FUNERAL HOME
achievement initiative
by private -
Priests False schools do not charge tuition, 345-0101
on ChargesVERONA and sacrifice."In AMBULANCE SERVICE
but secondary schools do).
virtually every other

1/4 MILE Italy (NC) The arrival here of two Lyons censured the govern country, secondary or high

.. more Priests expelled from the Sudan has brought the ment for its "astounding and schools were built by the state.

NORTH OFAIRPORT .:L total number of Catholic missionaries ousted by the Sudanese reprehensive failure to measureup "Another remarkable achieve- a.' .

L :: Muslim controlled to its responsibilities" concerning ment is that our system caters 4I 0 Central Avenue ?.t. IXrmburcUillUtm
that he had been 15 miles
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the rich well-to-do
government to 108. human rights in edu not for or
from the technical school Catholic Owned and OperatedHaighBlack
ON U.S. 17 TEL. PO 5-6767 Fathers Angelo Confalonieri when his alleged trespassingtook cation. He also criticized the"inequality" only, but (also) for the less

F.S,CJ.. and Raffaele Tessitore well-to-do. The boarding
! between
place. secondary
::: SPECIALIZING IN SEAFOOD F.S.CJ., arrived at the head- in schools, especially in the prov- Funeral Home
The case was reopened last education rural and urban
A quarters of the Sons of the inces, enable the children of
I OYSTERS ON THE HALF SHELL Sacred Heart here on April January when Father Con areas. farmers and of families: moderate

20. Both were from the falonieri was confronted in Bishop Browne, defending means to obtain secondary
ejected
GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN & STEAKS .5 -i
4 court by four witnesses all "
vicariate apostolic of Wau in the secondaIJ'schools' said education Bishop Browne 1U'1IIU1JOHN
Muslim
Arabs who
the Southern Sudan. testified that they have given Ireland concluded.
that they had seen him at the
professional men of the highest
I Father Confalonieri, former
school when
they were return-
standard to direct economic,
CAMP DON BOSCO vice rector of the minor semin- ing from a wedding party. industrial and political life. BEACH MEMORIAL
ary inau, was deported on
The judge reportedly acknowledged "They have given to Irelandnot CHAPELSt.
of B. GORMLEY
entered
charges having a
: that the case Brothers l'r<*r.t>nrr .B...... 50-5577'
---T nationalized school. Father only'our own clergy, -
For Boys 8-14 LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTOR
against the Priest could not be "
he said
and Sisters, "but
SEMINOLE BEACH
Tessitore was charged with
he said 103 Broadway- DAYTONA BEACH CL 24771V
proBut the -
suspicion -
F Staffed By SaTesian Fathers and Brothers having given religious instructions also that vast army who have MEMORIAL CHAPELSt.
remained, so he jailed
the of Christ .
brought message Ttttrtbnn 3tl-9 07FUNERAL
.FUN UNLIMITED on 140-acre campus of to minors without government the missioner for seven days. DiuiiuiuiiaimiiiniiiainuuiiiuaiuiiiiiHiiaiiiiiiiuiiiaiiiui iiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiu:
, MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS SCHOOL authorization.The .
I 5 Serving St. Petersburg Families For 40 Years s

Comfort and Cleanliness of Home- 24-Hour A Day Supervision ouster of }Father Con- Missioner Dies S

falonieri climaxed a runningwar | JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., Funeral Directors |
June 16 thru 10 CHICAGO (NO Requiem
Sunday.
Saturday August
,
against him by the
4 Mass for Father Vincent F. | AMBULANCE SERVICE 1 1I

I Fishing Boating, Swimming Sudanese regime.He Kienberger O.P., 69, educatorand DIRECTORS .

.I____ I Gym. Baseball Ponies, Movies was arrested last October missioner, was offered in
Crafts. Hikes Overnight .. ?- _. 9 on a charge of trespassing. ,St. Pius church here. 949-4211 TAMPA 237-3336

-_ Daily Mass, Catechism, Altar .Boys:,'! Specifically, police alleged, he Father Kienberger died last &

:- 0 Good,.Wholesome Abundant Food had two days earlier entered a week, a month after he was : Li E

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Welcome Travelers To In Connecticut



Porch Rattan and Furniture Patio Wrought specialties Iron Four LeadersATLANTIC Bishops Oppose Repeal Of


Aluminum State's Birth Control Laws
k Highway I Ormond Beach C I T Y (XC) _

I Four of the nation's top Intel- HARTFORD (NC)The Bishops of the three Catholic

Furniture Books lectual leaders have received .. dioceses in Connecticut oppose repeal of the state's
a awards at the biennial Na
84-year-old birth control law has said here.
Greeting Cards tional Council of Catholic Men a spokesman

LLOYD COX convention here. ''' Attorney Joseph P. Cooneyof
iI' '
; errors, its highest court, has
Hartford told the state legis-
Office The honors, for intellectual review the convictions
agreed to
SuppliesCL leadership establishedIn SARASOTA HOLY NAME PROMOTES PARISH PROGRAM WITH NEW LEADERS lature's committee on public
officials of the
of two
2-3473 Father Joseph P. Moran has encouraged the new oforganization.. Officers health and safety that the arti-
from left James
I 1961 by the NCCM to emphasize are, Haggerty, planned parenthood league of
118 North Beach Street ficers of Our Lady Queen of :Martyrs Holy Name So- William ficial birth control issue involves
"the critical Import. Hegedus, Jerry Collins, John Corsi, Robert Connecticut who were fined

ance of intellectual leadership ciety in Sarasota to continue the traditions of the parish Decker, president; and Stan Hytrek. ality and questions public of policy both mor- $100 for opening a planned

in the lay apostolate," clinic In New
CARPETS & LINOLEUM Joe Williams "On the first one, the perennial parenthood
went toThomas Priest i
;
Suggests Haven in November, 1961.
position of the Roman
P. Neill, St. Louis New Films
Catholic Church that It The state anti-birth 'control
University professor of his- Schools Control pre-
tory; Vincent E. Smith, philosophy Beylewed recently aid claiilfird. 8'aseballRecords Reflect sents a moral question has not law has also been before the

Wall To Wall CarpetAI's professor and directorof Students' Dating by tb_ Legion .( Deee.e7. changed and will not change," United States supreme court.

the institute in the philos- Morally Unobjectionable for Mr. Cooney said at a public The supreme court, however
MINNEAPOLIS (XC) A General Patronage Honor in Old-Timer's hearing.On .
ophy of science at St. John'sUniversity SagaWE refused in June, 1DG1, to rule
Priest experienced in youth MIRACLE OF THE WHITE: the second point the

Jamaica; WilliamK. work has said here that Catholic STALLIONS (Buena Vista) question of repeal as a matterof on the law's contitutionahty on
Floor CoveringTelephone Wimsatt, Jr., English professor were thinking in terms of honor, integrity, and de-
high schools should drop all 55 DAYS AT PEKING public policy-the attorneysaid the grounds that it was not
and fellow of Silliman cency when we wrote to Dickie Kerr that he had
school-sponsored social affairs (Al. Art.) he was "authorized to inform being enforced.
CL 2-9842 College, Yale University;; and built his own hall of fame.
requiring dates. SUMMER MAGIC you on behalf of the officials .
704 North Beach Charles M. Herzfeld, directorfor Amid dramatic circumstances
"Do not most Catholic boys (Buena Vista) as the honest hero Of of the Roman Catholic

ballistic missile defense, and girls have their first date DRUMS OF AFRICA (MGM) the long-ago Black Sox world series he had archdiocese of Hartford the BeachPRINTING

For Information On Daytona advanced research projects at a school-sponsored event?" Morally UnobjectionableFor reaffirmed a simple ancient truth that diocese of Bridgeport and the Daytona

Area Call Ray Webb tary agency for, office defense.of U. S. secre- asked Father Francis Kenney, Adults and Adolescents there is a right way and a wrong way to diocese of Norwich, that they

Orange 75604 Auxiliary Bishop John J. assistant pastor at Ascension .BLACK ZOO (AA) live, to play, to work. To that degree elec. -- are opposed to the repeal of

parish. COME FLY WITH tion now to the baseball hall of fame at the existing statute."
Dougherty of Newark, presi MEMGM ems. Letter Press & Offset
"Does not that date lead to ) Cooperstcwn as corroboration could Archbishop Henry J.
only
dent of Seton Hall University,
others, which lead to steady DUEL OF THE TITAXS be a vulgarity. :My letter to the little left- i 1 O'Brien is head of the Hart. Couchman Printing Co.

presented each with a special. dating, which leads to early (Para.) handed pitching star had been writtenP ford archdiocese. Bishop! J. Mallory. Owner

ly Inscribed St. Peter's editionof marriage?" FURY OP THE PAGANS several days after Ray Schalk was voted Walter W. Curtis Is Bishop CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia

AHQME the Bible on behalf of the "Some of our high schools (Col.) into the hall of fame. Kerr of Bridgeport and Bishop
expressed hap-
LnFYniin NCCM at the convention ban. have date dances for sopho- LAZARILLO Vincent J. Hines is Bishopof
( piness for his old
nvH quet. In addition each also will mores," he noted. In effect, he (Spanish) (Union) wondered Chicago battery mate, Norwich. Italian and American Food

said, the school was makingthe IT HAPPENED AT THE wistfully if he himself would

receive the complete 150-volume decision on when youths WORLD'S FAIR (MGM) ever be tapped, hinted i tactfully that press box persuasion Connecticut's law bans the anti-birth practice control of Open 5 P.M. 'til I 11 I P.M.

r edition of the 20th Century Encyclopedia should start dating. PLAY IT COOL (Al. Art.) would oe appreciated.We .
In '21 against the Tigers. Beat ;artificial birth control and the Banquet Fac'litiejClosed :
of Catholicism, 82 "We should Jet the parentsmake WEREWOLF IN A GIRL'S meant what we wrote,, distribution
'em too. By then Cicotte and of contraceptive
volumes of which have been the decision," he said. DORMITORY (MGM: ) sincerely.Kerr Williams had been expelled so {devices and information.Mr. Mondays

published.BABCOCK. "Only the parent knows CASTILIAN, TIlEVarn( ) will be remembered l\ maybe Kid Gleason (manager) Cooney said the three SAN REMO
TWICE TOLD TALES (UA) long. after some players of f
when a boy or girl is mature didn't have much choice." 'dioceses believe it "should not
YELLOW CAX.UTilE greater talent have been for
enough to on a first date. be RESTAURANT
go necessary, and it not
See may
Fox gotten. Ranking behind Eddie Matter of fact, Kerr was to
( )
ROSE CROVELLA REALTY Father Kenney has worked Morally Unobjectionablefor Cicotte and Claude Williams., win 19 games for the seventh be advisable" for the legislature 1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL
DIPLOMATIC CEXTEIl VACUUM SERVICE with youth groups at Ascension to act on the repeal question
I ,
place purge-shattered White
Adults 20-game winners, who had sold 21357LUCKY'S
CL I :2-1725 CL 2-2873 & Parts All Mates parish for seven years and while outcome of a court
Sox that
Repairs season, and when
BIG RISK, THE (Fr.) out to the gamblers, Kerr, only
has test of the law is still unde-
Member CL 5.3225 taught religion at St. Anthony Charles
BYE, BYE BIRDIE (Col.) 13-8, went all the way to win owner Comiskey refused -
Our Lady of Lourdes 317 3rd Sf. HOLLY HILL High School here for I cided.
CORRIDORS OF BLOOD two honest games in the crooked him a raise ("evenI
three years. He has also given The state's supreme court of
$500 would have done
(MGM: ) 1919 series. One a threehitall some-

r ''"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS -SINCE 1881"Win. many high maintained school retreats.He that while. Morally Objectionable in { singles) shutout, the other,, thing for my self respect") Prayers i Urged

Part for All 5-4, in 10 innings. he quit the majors and turnedto
some youths can date "sen the VALLETTA (XC) Archbishop
A. Ritzi & Sons OPERATION BIKINI It was characteristic that semi-pros.
"
It
sibly, "the majority can't"The Michele Gonzi of Maltain
.
(Amer-Intl.),, Kerr would never discuss the No, he didn't regard his i
Priest said many Catholic a pastoral letter commemorating

Registered JewelersCL CALIFORNIA (Amer-Intl.) larcenous series. Beyond admitting world series three-hitter as
youths are "anti-clerical" in the 50th anniversary of +4'
2.2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St. MIND BENDERS, THE he felt "something wawrong" s his top performance.
that they ignore what they are the 21th International Eucharistic -
(Amer-Intl.) after the first gamewhen "The one I like to brag about, ; I
taught in Catholic schools J Congress, held in Malta in
POLICE NURSE (Fox) the Reds bombed the that is, when the missus isn'tJ
about marriage and sex. 1913, has asked his people to
LANDRU (Fr.) (Emb.) gifted Cicotte, winning 9.1, he listening she's heard it so
Go Gas Live Modern CookingWater 'The youth today respects J pray that materialism be eradi-
,
Condemned would say nothing for publica often, was a win over Connie
the Priest and Sister, but not I cated.
BALCONY, THE tion. Mack's Athletics.
Heating Clothes Drying Refrigeration their teaching," he said.
(Copt) Films) Characteristic too, was "They got three hits two of
While la Daytona Rrarh top at
GAS CENTRAL HEATING Delinquency Probed Separate Classification his discomfiture at the stress 'em measly scratches off my KAY'S Restaurant

GARDENA (XC)-A Los Angeles MONDO CANE placed upon his honesty, a glove. It was as close.asI. #ergot Paint & Body Shop
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delinquency in juveniles and wake of boxing's latest tragedySt. Cooperstown on his pitchingarm year? Either '20 or '21. Anyway,

QUOTATIONS CALL US TODAYCL irreligiousness in parents. Michael's School for Boysin not his! character. "I wasa it was a long long time ago."

2.5951 CL 3-2255 830 No. Ridgewood Leon F. Ellis told 470 Con suburban Hoban Heights good winning pitcher," And by now Dickie Kerr's Floyd J. Tredn-J)"'.

fraternity of Christian Doc-. he'd challenge. .And that he voice was beginning sound
has dropped the sport from its Daytona Moving & Storage Co. Ii
trine workers at Junipero athletic program.A was. a long, long,way off as.we sal|

Serra High School: "If parents member of the school's Recently we phoned the Kerr goodbye. Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC.DAYTONA .

CLEANERS ;: Id don't know about God, how can boxing squad was involved ina residence In Houston, Texas. DE LAND
110 So.
Campbell CIj 3-1G36
DETERGENTS their children be expected to recent match which took the Mrs. Kerr answered. Dickie, C.U. Wins AwardIn 5GO So. nl"dltl 4-5587

DEODORANTS 00 em.B118 know?" life of Army private Francisco now seriously ill, had had a

FLOOR WAXES Ellis, whose responsibility involves Velasquez the fifth boxer to bad day. The bad ones were TV Film Contest

supervision of adult probationers die within a year from injuries coming more often now. She *

INSECTICIDESDISINFECTANTS_ CHEMICAL I CO. said CCD members sustained in the ring. tried not to worry too much WASHINGTON (XC) -Two HANSARD'SSERVICE

have a task beyond mere Father Joseph T. Conboy,.the but .... professors at the. Catholic _

SWIM POOL CHEMICALS DOESN'T PAY" teaching. They must be examples -school's moderator of sports, "Oh,yes, he.can talk. Besides, Universfty America.. played

EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES "GRIME guides, and inspirationsto announced the school's decisionto I think it will be good for him. key roles 'in bringing to TV a MUFFLERS CENTER

MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS & DISTRIBUTORS young people, he said, by drop boxing. The student in. The phone is right next to his drama that has been selected to

CHEMICAL SPECIALTIESalso taking the place of absent or volved in the fatal match is re- bed. Just this morning he re- represent the United States at ALIGNMENT

indifferent parents. ported to have said he will minded me tomorrow's open- the sixth annual Eurovision

"The Biblical quotation, 'You never box again. ing day." grand prix television films '63 TUNE-UPS 170 Rid 9 ewood, Holly Hill
A Line of Janitorial
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Municipal Airport 253.2537 Daytona Beach FloridaCIIIE applied more to the laity thanit Osaka CathedralOSAKA friend who has drawn the BigC The half-hour version of CL 5-4548

does today," Ellis said. .(NO Buddhist, and you know, having James Age?. book "A DeathIn

Shinto and Protestant repre- learned from another source
the Family1 was adapted
Insured In sentatives were among the the odds against him are 1000-
Superiority for TV by Leo Brady and directed
Your & :50CO persons present as Arch- to-one?
Cleaning Rugs by William Graham, Retail Sales
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internuncio to Japan, consecrated the Beach Discount PricesSHOWROOMS
'.. ; ;. CALLServicemaster manager of Daytona speech and drama departmf'nt. -
St. Mary's cathedral team In the Florida State .

here. Also present were Bish- League said he was proppedup FURNITURE
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QuotationsCl op Paul Yoshigoro Taguchi in bed."Been -

r. 5-3404-CL 5-3404 Osaka, 200 Priests, diplomats reading the sports University last November, was
ILUEIIID made for the U.S. information
you from 30 countries and civil of. pages. I think our team (the Large"Selection _

) Culls JIICEI$ know ficials. Colts) will do better. I'm sorryI agency and was picked from 22 Quality Furniture
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parts of the world with sub-
if memories of other years
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and other openers had somehow

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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 3, 1963 "", I 7.:. .-

St. Petersburg y "' "', rK1: :'t x

BeachST. St. Petersburg Beach's : :

JOHN -


John's Officers Auxiliary Installed,. at a luncheonat by St. New Church is BlessedContinued Car Y' 't..

Port-O-Call, are Mrs. R. L.

Yates, president; Mrs. A. J.
( from race One) In the back of the sanctuary the story of the church in St
Pityo and ,
Mrs. I. Cascko, vice- Beach and'Parrish
by Bruce there are spacious sac- the "
Petersburg story of the,
presidents; Mrs. W. Soleau recording -
architects.In \ < .
riMles (for Priests and for Catholic Church in the United .
secretary;; Mrs.V.. T. addition to seating 1530:; altar .. :
Wilkinson boys) with fire altars States of America, a story of +.
corresponding sec- I t J
persons, features of St John'sinclude for visiting Priests. blessed a'.x
between
and Mrs. H. Brecken- cooperation r '
C.
retary; the 108-foot 41 I :
tower .
gold
,
Priests their '
ridge treasurer. The church is completely air- and people. ; '
from which chimes !
The Auxiliary will hold Its pealed on conditioned for winter and Monsignor Trainor, whose .,. I
I the dedication day a devotional
;
II summer temperatures.Father planning brought the churchto '
final meeting for the .:
on
season "
chapel; the baptismal font in .::; : ..5'k i
t ;
Wednesday. May 8, at 8 o'clock, the tower mother's anda Edward J. Mulliganand completion, was appointed ,
a room
;;
In the school cafeteria. All bride's Father Terrell F. Solana pastor of St. John's on" Decem- ,:

women of the Parish are invited The church room.faces 82nd Avenue were chaplains to the Arch- ber 1, 1953. The new building

to participate in a living on Blind Pass ]Road. The bishop at the dedication. Father -replaces the church constructed -
rosary. James F. Gloekler as prior to that time, which
east front is approximately 43
master of ceremonies. was inadequate due to the
feet high to the f the
top 0 '
growth'of the parish on the
sloping roof. The rose windowIs Among the Priests who were -
ORLANDO Gulfs Suncoast.
over the front entrance and Monsignor Traino 's guests for
The dean of the area, Mon-
there is a stainvay and bell the dedication and Mass were
WINTER PARK signor Mullins. broke the
ki _
tower to the south. Monsignor John P. McNultyV.G. S
ground for the
Monsignor John J. Mul- permanent
Metal crosses surmount both .
church Easter. 1
BARNES the glazed gold mosaic tower lins V.F., Father John Murphy, a year ago
DRAPERY AND Father Edward Father :Monsignor: Trainor laid the
and the front gable. The en- Condren, -
FLOOR COVERING, Inc. trance canopy also is covered Miguel Garcia and Father cornerstone for the churchon

FREE ESTIMATES with the gold mosaic. Leo F. Flood C.S.C.A October 11, 1962, at a ceremony

2008 N. Orange Ave. Orlando The nave of the church Is 87 choir of 26 mixed voices placing hH parish

GArden 5187 feet wide and extends back to chanted the Litany of Saints amongst many In the Dlof'sewho
marked that day of the -
and hymns.
the sanctuary wall It widens sang
out on both side to transceptsfor School Sisters of Notre Dame opening; qf the Second Vatican

PENCRAFTERSOF a total width of 149 feet. who staff the parish school occupied Council with special" celebrations -

front seats at the dedi- ,
ORLANDO The front of the nave consistsof .
a narthex which lies be- cation. Among the "parish The St. John's pastor, who tl

Authorized Factory Sales & Service tween the mother's room on family" organizations represented was named a domestic prelateby

Pencils.: Fountain Ballpoint Pen Refills. Mechanical Books the south and the baptistry on were Holy Name men Pope John XXIII in 1959 .!

Leather &> Plastic Imprinting. the north. the Ladies Auxiliary, the Men's is an educator at the parish .
Name Plates & Desk Signs of From the narthex there are Club and the Catholic youth. elementary level, a leader in

Plastic. Cigarette Lighten Repaired. two stairs leading to the choir For all of the parishioners, the Catholic high school pro-

10 East. Church Street balcony. and especially for the pastor, gram of the community's area, AIR-CONDITIONED CHURCH SPACIOUS AT ST. PETERSBURG BEACH
it was, as Archbishop Hurley and heads the work of Catholic Seating 1550 persons comfortably, the newly dedi- tured on this page in views taken the day Archbishopcated I

BeachMiss said "a glorious day." He calledDonald's Charities in the Diocese. St. John Church, St. Petersburg Beach, is pic- Joseph P. Hurley blessed the edifice

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has entered the novitiate of the : it :{ MARGARET MARY
WINTER PARK
Poor Clare nuns in Delray : t' Members of the parish Woman's .

Beach. She will be known in Club will attend their an-

JEWELERSLOCALLY religion as Sister :Mary John of ..su nual breakfast on May 9 after PAQUETTE MOTORS
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ONLY THE FINEST IS GOOD ENOUGH the coming year will beginat -+

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To Be Sure-REQUEST IT Past presidents will prepare '< ; A. LOMBARDI SEAFOODS

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ST. ANDREW ./ Long-Time Floridian Given

Members of the Holy Name S Pope John Urges World

Society of St. Andrew parish ,. :M1 _
invite friends from all over Honors on 100th BirthdayMIAMI :" 'f.j ... To Pray for CouncilVATICAN

Central Florida to join in the .

May frolic scheduled on May (NC-John J. Sullivan, a son of Erin who \'I \ _. ... ..... CITY (NC) Pope John XXHI has asked _

4 from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. at the helped build the Washington :Monument, celebrated his
the Catholics of Rome and the world to pray for the success _
Fern Creek Armory. Dancingwill 100th birthday here recently in the company,of two Bishops : ./ of the ecumenical council during May, the month of

be featured as well as refreshments four generations of his family from two states and '. Our
and prizes includedin the District of Columbia, and I Lady. In truth Justice and love and
the price t A _* f_ ._. i Ohio.: and two. of his fnur cnnea The Pope's appeal was sent of Christ.
of. admission: $3.50 nost or: inenas. -- -- ---- ---- -- ; In the freedom
Daniel P., director of the Greater to Clemente Cardinal MIcara,
per couple. Dick Kelly's orchestra "This most noble aim,
Mr. Sullivan
left his bIrth- Miami Crime Commission vicar general of Rome.
has been engaged for ; which human efforts alone
the semi-formal event. place In Balleydehob, County and John F., legal counsel for "Our voice is turned at the cannot achieve, depends on
Cork, 79 years ago to come to ..
' Proceeds will be used for the United States. an oil firm and member of St. TiK same time and with the same the all-powerful gift of the _

completion of Society projects Ann parish, Houston; six confidence toward the diocesesof Lord."
this Bishop Patrick Shanley grandchildren and two great.
summer. The Pope asked for the
the whole world, the Pon- _
O.C.D., former of
Ordinary In- grandchildren, all of Miami
For tickets, patrons may prayers of Bishops, Priests,
fanta in the Philippines, officiated He retired almost tiff added.
half
a century
telephone William Brockman families small
__ Sisters youths, _
at "the Mass offered for Pope John said the Second
293-2109; Robert Crooke, ago. children "a n d particularlythose
z 293-2850 Pop" in Miami's Villa Maria Mr. Sullivan came to St. Vatican Council "was convoked -
and
; or George Ray, who suffer In body _
295-2985.: chapel. Petersburg in 1948. :Jn 1951, for the good of souls andis spirit and who offer their hid-
Another Mass offeredat he moved to Winter Haven
was the Lord and
Ft. providentially destined to den sorrows to
LauderdaleLast the same time for him in where his nephew, the late who called to offera
have beneficial effects on are upon
the content of the Adrian Father John O'Sullivan, a
week, when the Catholic everyday ,life through a more collaboration of Irreplaceablevalue
Dominican Sisters Nassau Priest of the Diocese of St.
at Body of
Association of Fpresters just arrangement of institu- for the Mystical
Bahamas, where one of his Augustine, was pastor of St.Joseph ., "
"t'
organized its first court in Fort 5 2' tions and of International life Christ.
19 grandchildren, Sister Pat. church 4 "4.. -.S
Lauderdale, it was named for _
rick Ellen O.P., is stationed. Until three years ago whenhe /
the late Bishop Patrick Barry, : Pontiff Adds Members
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fifth Bishop of St. Augustine. Leading the group of visitors joined his son, Dan, in 'Ml ',, ,
ami, "Pop"; was a familiar figure .
Court officers who came to see him on his
parishes in Broward represent County.eight birthday were Bishop Coleman to Winter Haven residentsas To Curia Council BodiesVATICAN

Monsignor John J. Fitzpatrickwas F, Carroll of Miami; a sister, he worked in the garden of

the speaker at the instal- Mrs. Agnes Enright, 89, who his home in Florence Villa, CITY (NC) -Pope John XXIH has mad

flew to Miami from near Winter Haven, or took his various bodies of the
Washington
lation .held :at the Governor'sClub. close to a dozen appointments to

where she resides at Car- dally walk. of three or four .__ _, ____ ,__. _,_ .. ... ........_ ._... ,.. Roman Curia and the Second . VVulCH.
roll Manor; his daughter, Sister miles. u. - -9.- -- -; ( UUUUUJ'-"It-- ..f.& 9*& f\u. T...n.A.. .. .....-..

Mary Borgia of the Sisters of Mr. Sullivan had been botha CENTENARIAN SULLIVAN HONORED IN FLORIDA Vatican Council.He armed forces during World

ORLANDO Notre Dame de Namur of Cincinnati -' construction worker and res Winter Haven and Petersburg friends of John J. Sullivan joined in sending named Ildebrando Car- War II who Is now residing In

now stationed at a taurant proprietor in Washington. congratulations to him recently on his 100th birthday. N o w a resident of Miami: dinal Antoniutti and Alberto Rome, to the Commission for
WINTER PARK Cardinal Dl Jorio to the Supreme -
parochial school In Hamilton, where his son is director of ,the Greater Miami Crime Commission, :Mr. Sullivan ob. Tribunal of the Apostolic Bishops and the Governmentof

His thoughts frequently turn serves the anniversary (above) assisted by :Monsignor William Barry P.A. Lookingon Church high Dioceses. Archbishop Gaw-

By Diplomats to his native Ireland where were, from left, Bishop Coleman F. Carroll of Miami; and two of Sullivan's five court Signature.which has 16 other Car. Una replaces Archbishop Victor
he'd like to visit again but says, Bazln M.E.P.. of Rangoon,
iS* children, Daniel P. of Miami, and John F., a Houston attorney. dinals as members.For .
"I guess I'm too old. Burma. Archbishop B a z In
the ecumenical council -
ONTQOMERY asked to be relieved of his
Papal Aide Father John A. O'Bri(en the Pope named: commission post for reasons of
-Gustavo Cardinal Testa to
Coming Events health and because the distance -
the Commission for the Oriental
Honored

OnAnniversary Path to Priest rood/ Found In Thi colpmn Hit future benefits special meftlnca and events of more Churches. He is secretary -Rome made between his Rangoon full participation and-
than local Interest. Advance notice of rtgnlmr meeting will be omitted. of the Sacred Congregation -

2500 W. Colonial Dr. of Go Literature Lawrence: parish "conn- Belle of Barcelona" operettatry of the Oriental Church, difficult.

Appeal > fair May 3-1, Tampa. presented by Sisters of St. but had not served heretoforeon

VATICAN CITY (XC) Benedict, starring studentsof the comparable council ORLANDO
Members of the diplomaticcorps you want to know a f simple and practical way of Most Holy Redeemer par- the Academy.
DO ish dance, May 4, 9 PARK
p.m. body.To WINTER
accredited to the Holy Faith 1 with others? "Yes
sharing your holy you say, Jacksonville's Riverside Spring dance May 10, 9 the Secretariat for Pro-

See gave a reception here to "every Catholic would like tc) know that, for we are all Women's Club. p.m.. to 1 a.m., Rlbault Lions moting Christian Unity Paolo

honor Amleto Cardinal Cicog- obliged by Christ Himself to share. His life-giving, soul.. '. 'Club. Jack*onviIIe' ; Holy Ros. Cardinal Marella, president of 14k. Religious Items

nanl, papal secretary of state, saving truths." S ',4J.. .'.\'Dance: May 4; 9 p.mn Fern.-. ary Altar Society.Msgr. : the council's Commission for Sterling Rosaries

on his 80th birthday and the the Church .makes her primary Creek Armory, Orlando; Holy Bishops and the Governmentof Nest to Pnbllx

30th anniversary of his consecration Well, a simple and effective appeal not to the emo*.J LXame Society, St. Andrew: Bishop CouncilK Dioceses; Cardinal Testa; 2300 Edgewater Drive
method of doing this Is to pass tions but to the intellect. of C event, Orlando Gun
as a Bishop. parish, sponsor. Ildebrando Cardinal Antoni!
44 on Catholic literature magazines GRAY'S JEWELRY
: Club, 11.
Belgian Ambassador Prosper She asks merely that we face May utti another member of the
f pamphlets Retreat 5 ,
: newspapers Sunday, May ; lay
4: .. : Poswlck, dean of the diplomat. ana books-to Sk77 the objective facts and draw persons urged to plan personal Mother Seton Observanceat Roman Curia; and Archbishop

ic corps at the Vatican, paid non Catholic 1:. logical conclusions. My respect retreats. Mission of X ombre De Angelo Rotta, 90-year-old papal

tribute to the Cardinal and also neighbors and and admiration for the Faith ]) I Oil! May 12, 3 p.m., St. diplomat who was the last
Sanford Sewing Center ,
praised the peace encyclical of friends.. S grew apace. .11: City. !dlay. ,devotions,. Augustine.* '-f -** *:. '-:-.. papal..flUflCiO.tQ Hungary and '
Up- ""
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Back of Newman's wrltlngi ,, : 5 at &30. ; : ;:"--w\-fl': of the
Pope John XXIII. He said that plement them Tampa, May pan., Bazaar; May18,. Jackson' is a personal friend
preserve that Pacem in Ten-is holds up "to with prayerand was the moving force of his Christ the King Church. Tllle's Sacred Heart parish Pope. 104 S. Park Ave. Sanford

once4ri.a.lifefimeOCcasion all men, all nations and all good example own example.He Family fun day, benefit Guild. -Archbishop Jozef Gawlina, Phone FA 2-9111

states a natural code of Inter- resigned the vicarship of
and chicken dinner May 5, 1-5 .
Spring ,festival May 1849, New Eastern Rite See
national life whose principles will St. Mary's at Oxford, where '
soon ,
hej
you San Pedro r sh
p.m.. Gamp on St. John "'lannfoY'p ,
your none can contest." with_ .- God's, was Idolized by .students_ andt::lAke howeLl; Guild of St. Orlando. VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope
Cardinal for faculty to embrace the "Cathojlie I"- John XXIII has erected an
child's Cicognanl, grace, have a Margaret 31 a r y 's, Winter i BILL BARDOEFORD
religion. Bazaar, Blessed Trinity exarchate for Ukrainian -
mer apostolic delegate in the convert to your eternal credit. Park, sponsor. apostolic

COMMUNIONPORTRAIT United States, thanked the This is illustrated .in the conversion I read "Now I See", the con- parish, Jacksonville! May 25, rite Catholics of Englandand FACTORY DEALER

diplomats for their tribute. of Robert M. Smith, version story of Arnold Lunn, Bazaar May 5, Bishop spaghetti dinner; May :26, ham Wales and has named Bishop SAVE ON YOUR

He noted that when the Holy a Baptist Sunday school teacher another gifted Oxford scholar, Kenny High School, Jacksonville and chicken dinner. Augustine Eugene Hornyak NEW CAR DEAL

See has dealings with them, now a Jesuit Priest who relates -and felt the Church's noose ; Dads' club and Mothers Dance, June 8, Treasure O.S.B.M., as apostolic exarch.

Captures the "both in ordinary and extra. his life story: tightening around my'neck.. Auxiliary, sponsors. Island auditorium, Dick The new exarchate is a suf Ph.

radiance and I was reared a Baptist and God Crockett band; benefit St. fragan see of the archdiocese of W.
ordinary matters, It is never a too was closing in on Spring festival Holy Name
beauty of that not only attended church Jude School, St. Petentburg.Jacksonville Westminster. Bishop Hornyak, I : :
question of purely material me with His powerful grace Academy, San Antonio, May 656-3.'L131;
memorable moment.Profeisionally services regularly but also in a native of Yugoslavia was an
affairs. answer to
prayers.The
my 5; ham supper, 5-7; The :
posedby school for six auxiliary Bishop of Westminster -
taught Sunday
children'sphotographer. He noted that the Pope Is Baptist creed had lost fit.
our expert I became interested in and apostolic exarch for })
concerned for the true welfare years. its appeal. The denominationis
truly the Catholic religion when I Prelate Says All ST. MATTHEW Ukrainian rite Catholics In
of all countries and that this split into two groups: the
a priceless possession, Officers recently elected by England.
Irene A devout
Kelly. -
cherished fact led him to write Pacem in was dating fundamentalists and the mod- :Need to Improve
a gift. Catholic, she lived her I members of St. Matthew'sGuild Does Your Office
Ten-is. ernists. The former's literal interpretation

SPECIAL OFFER He recalled that? diplomatsat wholesome religion and influence.A I could. see its of the Bible is Business Ethics ; president are: Mrs.; Mrs.Donald Tom Robinson Lo-- FAIRVIEW Need More Space?

fine the Holy See often have an fellow newspaper reporteron totally unacceptable to the BORDEAUX, France (XC)- brano, :Mrs. Philip Beverly, Cleaners & Laundry
scientific mind: the latter destroys -
6 995photographs opportunity to pray togetherwith the night shift passed on to Paul Cardinal RIchaud, Archbishop :Mrs. John Alessandro and Mrs. Featuring
the notion of divine revelation -
the Pope and concluded: me copies of Sign, America 1 of Bordeaux, has said Eva Hernig, vice-presidents; Dependable Fabric Care [fI fIfRU
one 8x 10" portrait "It is a great privilege to and "Lake Shore Visitor," and and leaves one with ]here that employers "still do Mrs. H. Threatt and Mrs. Carl 4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando
two 5x7" no spiritual resources.I .
portraits with the
pray together Pope. they quickened my interest in ]]!lot understand that they are Fullwood, recording and corresponding -
three miniature-size wanted a faith with Intel-
For then truly you are repre- the Catholic Faith.I !lot the only masters of their secretaries; and

sentatives 'plenipotentiary' of wrote to Father lectual credentials signed by businesses." Miss Mary Camarotta, histo- Herman J. Heidrich
CH 1-3551 you '
countries before the Christ and backed by His Office Layout Designing?

Telephone ..._...._Ext. 319 throne your of God." O'Brien back In the 30's when authority. "Events" show them, though, rian.Members & Sons CHECIC deo StuartPHONE
Photograph Studio2nd Floor you were chaplain of the Catholic Newman's writings helped hat: the future oi business Is will join the parish's Grewen and Shipper WITH b Ab'UI
; GA 5-4311 II
Cardinal CIcognanI celebratedhis students at the Universityof 'bound to the energy of others," Home and School Association Of Fau y Fruit and Vegetables I
STUDIO HOURS 9:30 to 5:30 me to see the cogency of the I( 133 East ROBINSON
OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY 80th birthday on April 23 Illinois, and you sent a converging lines of evidence 1 1 he Cardinal wrote in L'AquIt- at a combined installation DANKEE BRAND FBODCCTS L ORlANDO flA.
and the 30th anniversary of his batch of pamphlets that 'line, Bordeaux archdiocesan banquet set for Saturday eve _
NIGHTS ONLY Till 9:00 P.M. proving the divine origin and
consecration the following day. cleared up many points. I was truth of the Catholic religion. '.veekly. ning, May 18, at Hyde Park

now ready for Cardinal Newman's Country Club. Husbands are
---- Extensive reading of the "Xo social class can con Patio Mart Inc.HY.
invited to attend the .
Whynot live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres? "Apologia", "Grammarof being
lives of the Saints was a sider itself.,all powerful," he event starting at 7:30 Reservations -
We have a home designed for your family Assent" and "Developmentof p.m.
pragmatic approach to the wrote. "Employers and employes
asked of Guild
Christian Doctrine". are 17.92 TE 8-2018
DEMETREE BUILDERS Beautiful examples of life of grace nourished by ; belong to the same members by Mrs. Michael .hut- FERN PARK

the Church. civic and social family tack and Mrs. George Madden.
logical reasoning these great Largest Selection of QUALITY Casual
5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922 works enabled me to see that Upon completion of instruo' Cardinal Richard stressed Mrs. Eugene Darche, vice-
from' Father James Furniture in Central Florida.
tions president of the St. Augustine
1 1 the importance of the role of'intermediary
Complete Pest Control Reeves, president of Seton Hill '. bodies, especially DCC\V Deanery, will install the Hammocks Umbrellas and Concrete Pottery
College, Greensburg Pennsyl- officers. She also is scheduledto
LEWISCOBBEXTERMINATING J trade unions and joint committees -
WATKiNS vania, I embraced the Catholic speak at 8 p.m. on :May 6 in
] of workers and managers -
CO. Faith. ;I in bringing more workersto the church halL Her topic is
Incorporated 1946 Six months later I married the lay apostolate.
UtO Wilfred Dr.-P.O. B.* 148OrUad 1 a normal dialogue with
PAINT WALL PAPER til-lioa Catherine, whose example had 1 those who employ and direct Savings deposited by the tenth of the month earn inffiresf

first sparked interest. Dur- ,,
ORLANDO WINTER PARKFURNITURE my 1 them. Children'sClothes from the first of ,the monthl! ::,
the first of
ing year marriageshe "Social dialogue Is becomingmore
killed in auto acci
was an
J needed than ever in set-
termitesyearround dent. Line . .
tling even unimportant matters -
In my grief I turned increas- k =:.
1 Finest in ClothingFor ...
10,000 sq. ft. of Display work Ingly to God, who blessed me "The need for meetings Is Girls! & Boys .
li' with call to the Priest- .
COLONIAL AGE STORETruly ilU. ._ hood.a holy ;more compelling" when difficulties 2i0!% 4giwakr Dr. O\'477MGary's FOUR PER CENT :' 9.

( come up, he said. "Sit *
the finest collection of American Furniture faith had answered the --*
Early
My *" *
1 uations where all are involved per annum guaranteed interest paid of Certificate
in Central Florida major problems of life and I Duck Inn ;
(cannot be remedied if each side -
E-Z TERMS -Trade ins wanted to share its divine ,stays in its of Deposit savings of 12 months or longer, witrTinterestremitted .
own camp.
carjI! ;: with others. "He thatI I GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE
"A little out of the way but so much less to pay. I guidance "Refusal to understand and FINEST SEAFOOD AND to you quarterly by check.
followeth mesaid Jesus,
I sudden of activities
TOWN & COUNTRY FURNITURE stoppage
: ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE
"walketh not in darkness, but which others live from are not
3610 S. Orange Ave. GA 2-6360 shall have the light of life," J humane solutions," he counseled. Phone GA 4-4531 I THREE AND ONE-H lF

open 9 to 9 except Saturday'til 5 Father Lewis quoted in conI,I 3974 So. Or. BI. Trail
eluding. PER CENT per annum interest paid on'aD regulars

with interest compounded quarterly!
"Your Personal Bank" GulfportHOLY MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN

NAME COMPLETE DIXXERS TO GO

;iM4L The Women's Club of Holy Individual' Fried Chicken Dinner- $1.00 fo

Name Church, Gulfport, will 'Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95
U -COMME
AT wtOO'm'WINTER .Z I hold their annual luncheon on pIAL

___ May 9, 12 noon, at the Pasa fish Dinner $1.00 -- I BAN Kw wi t pakk

PARK FLORIDA dena Golf Club dining room. Shrimp Dinner *- '1.15 .
S. : ; ..750SOtJTh'ORLAHDOAVEHUE .
S Tickets are $2.25 for the roast NOW LOCATIONS-TOSERVE YOU 1 .
Complete Trust Department Services beef dinner and may be secured Thvy.1-9Fern 'Park J3 .* 'T'IFS33t4 ; S.- { MEMBER, F. D. I. C. ...;.

SERVING THIS COMMUNITY. FOR 46 YEARSin from Mrs. Ruth Hanleyand 2740 S. Orange Dl.I Tr..'Orlando --* C1I 1-1222 __ .,..J'.#., .-' -. .'. '

7-3000 Member F.D.I.C. Mrs. Carmen Rehage, cochairmen Silver Star & Pine Hills Rd. CV 3-0202
Edgewater & Lee Rd. :293-9839
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Mounting High School Cost Brings It :eL -, V"l, Or July Retreat this Year !(

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Appeal for Necessary Sacrifices : ,. (Continued from Page One) representing the laity of both

tis, Leesburg and Winter Garden -areas. Among topics discussedwas

;- area women; the Retreat Sunday, this

(Continued from Far One) in the Diocese that is self--- :month period for one student, .t July 5 to 7, Clearwater, Lar- Sunday, May 5, possibilities of

In common. First, Catholic education supporting," he noted. i or $25.00 a month over a nine go, Dunedin, Indian Rocks, holding retreats for High

is costing m 0 r e and "Some of the parish schools :month period. Likewise for a -- New Port Richey, Tarpon School 'students and days of

more. each. year. Secondly, if in the Diocese run deficits family that amounts to $36.00a : Springs Lakeland, Brandon, recollection in individual par-
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we are to survive as an educational each year as high as $40,000.00.The month over a ten month r. e Plant City, :Melbourne, Cocoa ishes.
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system, and we must, ; pastor generally asks those period, or .$40.00 month.. overa ti- Beach, Eau Gallie, Palm Bay, Foremost under- consideration -

then it is going to take more who have no children in school nine month period, the chair- -.......& Patrick Air Force Base and was the summer retreat

and more money to do so. The \to help make up the deficit and man of the School Board an B'Gi", Rockledge; July 12 to 14, St. schedule.

only way this can be done is j generally speaking, most Catholic -nounced. .. Petersburg, Gulfport; While specific dates were

through an informed laity. people gladly help to keep You will notice, "he said .:.: "_4' .tA. ... ;".tJ, Mid-week of July 16 to 18, set for specific areas, the
Father Irvine Nugent, chancellor 1 the grade school tuition at a further, that there still will bea f : open to all areas with Father Retreat up Association's spiritual

addressing the meeting ]minimum. It has been said bya deficit The average cost per Elliot in charge; directors stress that retreatscan l

said: national educator, 'The aver student in this Diocese, as I ) Ar L- "w"\ July 19 to 21, areas of Tampa; be made at or on any of

"Every paper you pick up, )age Catholic deems. it an honorto have already said, is $232.00. 4 '. July 26 to 28, Sarasota, Engle- notice
every magazine dealing with 1 help provide Catholic .educational -You will be interested to know --r I- -:1pw: ____ .+ wood, Venice, Bradenton, Anna the dates, but advance

education, and today's magazines -1 facilities for the youthof that tuition in.our Diocese has 7i'k : Maria, Palmetto, Ruskin, Dade should be sent to the partic-

are full of such articles, < the parish,'H Father Dan been extremely low. New Jer- t ; *-itH sM t City, Brooksville, Crystal ular area directors.

every newspaper story connected aher continued.The sey, for example, has a tuition River, Inverness, Land O'Lakes,

_ with schools mentions high schools in the Diocese rate of $300.00 a year. Cleve- < Masaryktown, St. Joseph, San

that it will cost more and more and we now have eleven land, Ohio is $220.00;' Atlanta, fr".' Antonio and Zephyrhills. St. AugusfineS

to keep and maintain the
standards of education. The 1 the financial problem Is acute. The average family must both the West Coast area and

Governor of Florida recently We started our interparochialor realize that 72t a day for a the Northeast area are being

asked the people to rally be- < diocesan high school systemten Catholic: high _school educationis .. coordinated for maximum ef- MCDONALD'S

hind him in support of his new years ago. Over the years not very' much. The aver fect.
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plan for financing:; education." it has grown and is now recognized -age family spends more than ..:. L____._ __ __ _________ ___ ___ .11 The posters and brochures
PRIEST INVOLVED IN SUIISNT1F1UFather ADVANU REXALL STORE
Father then asked as a first class high
Nugent that for cigarettes. Incidentally for men retreat boosters In
all the pastors to finish pay school system. Just in this a day, and I think this is John D. :Mahony of this Diocese is pictured with Dr. Samuel S. :Markowitzof both areas are identical. I

ment of their Interparochialquota past school year we have important, most students can the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory at the University of California in Berkeley. Earlier this year, Father 47 King Street
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by the end of June so opened four new high schools, earn their own tuition during They recently accomplished a major scientific achievement, described in an accom- Higgins, spiritual director for
be made for the Priest-educator pointed out. California for the NCWC News Service. ST. AUGUSTINE
that payments can the summer months, he said. panying article written in the West Coast and Father W. !
erected Specific figures were empha-
all the new buildings
director
Father Danaher concluded Thomas Larkin, spiritual -
during the past twelve months. sized by Father Danaher. 'when, his remarks on the school Tampa for the Northeast, met with
he told that: Fr. Mahony's Studies VA,4.1687
chairman of the Board
The
problem by noting t h awhile CHRIST THE KING the coordinating committee
j jFor
cf Catholic Schools, Father In our Diocese It Is costing the demands and sac-
$232.00 a year to educate a :Mrs. Hector Serrano was re-
Nuclear
Danaher through Aid
Mortimer a rifices will be great in the DiscoveryBERKELEY
chart, gave some revealing sta. high school student. To edu- ahead, we all elected president of the Wornen's 1
years agreethat Guild Christ the
cate a student in the public of King
tistics at the clergy conference. cannot We NO and science
we stop now. ( )-Religion occasionallyat
school system the cost is $338.35a parish in Tampa recently.
all he out
First of pointed year. have an educational system odds, are happily united in Father John D. :Mahony, a Others, who will be installed ata Largest PrescriptionPharmacy

there Catholic are school 30,000 children system in In our the You can see we do remark that is unequaled and our graduate student in nuclear chemistry currently studyingat luncheon on :May 22 at the appreciate your In the patronage SouthI I "Plus Value"InsuranceAsk\

Diocese of St. Augustine. Thereare ably well when you consider children deserve and must the University of California's Lawrence radiation labora- Tampa Yacht Club are: Free' D.ll *ry :FB 4-7651

15,000 Catholic children in that six out of 10 of our teach. get nothing but the best. tory. While here on special assignment from the Dioceseof :Mrs. Richard Aaron, vice- Huntington Bldg. Miami

public schools. The faculty In ers are lay teachers. There is; Monsignor John F. Scully St. Augustine he has lately come into public view in president; :Mrs. Robert Scott, FRANK HOWES

the schools In our Diocese is no money being wasted. We also addressed the meeting and connection with an outstanding: scientific research dis secretary; :Mrs. William Lee, If and when you buy, please I

made up of 66 Priests, 486 Sisters -believe in paying the lay teachers gave statistics to point out thattoday's covery. treasurer; :Mrs. George Sierra, buy from a Florida Catholic about: i
teachers elements in the material
a living wage, otherwise it are paid approximately being parliamentarian Mrs. William
and 510 lay teachers. Father Mahony assisted In ;
"Over the past five years the is not fair to expect the leadersin i 67% more salary the solution of analyzing for tested. (Crosby, historian; and :Mrs. advertiser. Gulf Life's
the community, and the than they were ten years ago. Practical application for
Armand Malzone auditor.
enrollment in our schools in lighter elements, such as ox- ,
teachers must be the leaders, The Tampa pastor stated, 'To the measuring technique can ADAPTAPLAN.-
our Diocese has Increased by ygen, carbon and nitrogen, ina
to work in our system, he said.. maintain the high standardsof be found in transistor manu Wins Award
25%. This indeed is phenomenal concentration as low as one .
growth," Father Danaher Who pays the $232.00? We Catholic education we must'have tenth-trillionth of an ounce in facturing, crime detection BALTIMORE (XC) The
have asked the parents this qualified lay teachers. marine biology, pharmacy,
said. He continued by giving weight.A (Catholic Review Baltimore
to $153.00 and[ Lay teachers who are recog- medicine and oil research.
for these statistics past year pay breakthrough In archdiocesan
the reason major research newspaper, took Here' the who tettyou
nized in their fields man can
as special-
saying: "Year after year the, the Diocese, through the par. the method was first Father Mahony's involve- \three first and two second about Adapt A-Plan.
cost of Catholic education gets; Ishes, would make up the re, ists and who will set not only hit upon by Dr. Samuel S. :ment with the discovery came place awards in the 1963 "bet Ask him how, with A apt.A-

more and more expensive and mainder. That means that foreach a high scholastic standard, but Markowitz of the Lawrence ;about when he was interview- \ter newspaper" contest of the Plan, in educational policy
student in a Catholic high also a high moral standard fortomorrow's instructors at the labora-
this educational and assistant ing alto
the only way laboratory pro- ;Maryland-Delaware press asso- can provide family or
system can have the necessary school this year there was a Catholics. fessor of chemistry at UC. It tory. Having gotten his M.S.
means to survive Is throughthe deficit of $;9.00. Father, W. Thomas Larkin of consists of bombarding the ma- in nuclear chemistry a t the ,competed against 76 associa- today!

generosity, sacrifices and[ Father Danaher told the assemblage -, Jacksonville, also was'a speaker terial to be analyzed with the University of Connecticut just 1 tion members.The P. O. Box 518

cooperation of the people in L that at a recent meetIng -. on this panel and gave a atomic nuclei of helium.As before entering the seminary, "Review" took first FLORIDA IS FULL VA: 4-2385:

the parishes. The deficit in L of the presidents of the brief history of Catholic education a result, the bombard- Father Mahony was most interested In OF DANDEE MOMS St. Augustine, Florida
places community news,
the parish school can generallybe high schools in our Diocese it; in America and how it has ment gamma ray emissions can in Dr. Markowitz's news writing and sports writ
unanimously agreed that I; grown since the Council of work and chose him his
made up by the parish. was b e detected and counted to as research -ing and second places in best
"Indeed there Is no school w e could no longer assume Baltimore to Its present stature 1 show the presence of lighter director. Together they editorials and excellence in WE REBIND & RESTOREBIBLES
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Overlooking! HillsboroughRiver must be increased he said. tional system has always been necessary thing today," Father LOUIS W. PETERSON

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May AH INVITATION TO FLOBIBtAHS TO
should include Cath
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ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE pastor of the Cathedral of St. completely
and the people must be willingto p their findings in the discover
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Sunday in May at America"sOldf'st ," says Father Mahony, "is A
Mission. arriving at relative truth to- this summer!

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