The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00124
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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Is the card! < TAMPA -Three acres of

TEMPERANCE enable us f. f s f : ... I the athletic field at Christ

to control the things that are i ) .tiJ., .J,: ',!z j': -
agreeable to the senses, in line ww l Y ,

j. .f t with right 1'f j1 "::1 were filled by orderly,

reason and the '1'' : J' prayerful Catholics of Tam-

laws of God. ; ', ,' '" .=t pa _last? Sunday afternoon as
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worthy :" 4gb- ; i )1 < they joined in a city-wide

note that tern :. > ,4 tC _ devotion.
& ) May In Tampa'slargest
perance means .
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much more 1"I .
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: after of schoolchildren
than moderation : wave
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marched four abreast. The -etIi
of intoxicating Nr' ,/ -: >
I drink. It means line of march was over three ;

'r. Danaher moderation 1 n ? z.q blocks long.Archbishop.

everything. Temperance givesus Joseph P. Hurley

a firm grip on our natural F' entered the devotional area in
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appetites. If we do not master -- -. -,-..--'. r-., -. d procession to preside a t the
our desires and appetites, they ceremonies. A MacDill U.S.
4 will master us. The spiritual QUEEN OF HEAVEN HONORED IN DEVOTION Air Force color guard and the VOL XXIV, No. 28 Orlando, Florida, Friday, May 10, 1963 Ten Cents I
Christ the
King parochial school children crowned the statue facing the peopleof
part of must
man always be in
with banners
papal flag, together -
control of the mere animal in Tampa last Sunday during the :May devotions which brought thousands of peopleto from the participating the pure of heart, for they a beautiful tribute to the pastors from St. Petersburgand

that parish from all neighboring parishes in the city. The altar was raised on the schools shall see God." Mother of God an occasion Lakeland participated in
us.Body east side of the athletic field. Father James Larkin (above gave spectators a That heart under- the devotions.An .
and soul should work ) was master of ceremonies. view of Catholics expressingIn was the special \\hen every fully

together, but if there is a con. hymns and prayers their thought placed before them stood why it was present and estimated 10,000 took

flict, if the demands 0 f the love of the Blessed Mother of during the sermon given by with one voice, poured out its part in the ceremonies.!

body threaten to get out of Zeal Fishers Burns God. Father John P. Lawler of soul in fervent prayer. Sisters of several area con

control, that is, if they threatento Temple Terrace. Twenty Priests of the area, vents came to join the laity in
Spectators in turn joined in
offend the laws of reason All in all, according to one of led by the Archbishop and the throng. Their religious
the and
and the laws of God, then the prayer. those present, the late after Monsignor John P. McNultyV.G. habits formed patterns in the
After the last wisp of incense
soul must assert itself and take At East Coast Meetings wafted into the evening sky noon May procession and de- ., all the pastors of Tampa crowd and also as teachers,

the reins firmly and stronglyin from the Solemn Benedictionof votions by the parishes of including the host, Father they walked along with classes

hand. Tampa was awe-inspiring Mark J. McLoughlin, and some TAMPA Page 10
the :Most Blessed Sacra
All our natural appetites are ORLANDO-Monsignor Harold F. Jordan, whose travels on behalf of the Fisher ment, the throng thinned out

good in themselves. God plant. program of the Diocese took him to Rockledge, Daytona Beach and Jacksonville for area too-its individuals meditatingon

ed them in us. They are important meetings on the first three days of May, returned to his parish here last weekend with the beatitude, "Blessed are Men from this Country Draw Near
and necessary in main- satisfactory reports on the
taining life and health. professed from the platformthe

But let those Innate desiresrun apostolate.Monsignor Jordan summedup conviction that he was To Pontiff, Strengthen their FaithBy

wild and they ruin not happier for haying become a
the of the
area meet Diocese of t. Augustineme
only the soul, bat even the ings held so far, as follows: partner with the parish > a Seminarian from the Diocese

body itself. "The zeal of these Fishers is Priest teach"Father in the mission to "Go, St. AugustDear Florida "The young men who come here from the distant shores of America, looking upon

There is, for example, the deeply moving. the Vatican Hill, strengthen their faith and their love of the Roman Pontiff."
John F. Wells, director May 7, 1963
natural desire for drink, even "We have seen such outpour This inscription in
'of the Confraternity of Reverend Father: lege as It stands today, is rector. Today 280 young men
for intoxicating drink, whichcan ings of apostolic dedicationthat marble above the I
have Christian Doctrine, went from I highly recommend to your charity and to that of m a n entrance located on the Janiculum from almost every diocese in
a useful purpose in we gain a new Insight into of the North American
Winter Park to the area meet- your people the Collectior L for Catholic Relief which Hill, only a short distance the United States are enrolledin
promoting health and fostering the glories of the first Pente- indicates the
Ings on the east coast, to speak will be taken up in all our <(:churches on Sunday, May 19. College, reason from St. Peter's Basilica. the College. Their purposeis
social life. But when that desire -cost. That was a day when a why there is a College for
about the Confraternity challenge Please announce it on the preceding Sunday. The construction of the to become Priests.In .
for drink gets out of con divine compulsion seized the American Seminarians in

trol, it brings to the drinkersin hearts of the Apostles and to the Catholic where layman.In the. This collection suppliethe s to the American Bishops Rome. The Diocese of St. Au. beautiful buildings comprisingthe the United States, It Is
and possible ill health. drove them forth to make men Confraternity has been well funds for our Catholic: mission of charity to theif gustine is represented by its residence 0 f the American common to consider the terms"college"

love Christ. unfortunate and suffering c J the world. It is our Amer- students in the seminary who seminarians in Rome was and "university" as
for time under
Other organized some
Virtues Follow "If I were asked to char. the direction of Father CharlesW. ican Catholic gesture of loving solidarity with our attend the Gregorian Univer completed in 1953, under the the same thing. However, in

Temperance is also closely arterize with one word the his parishionersfrom brethren of the less favor d: countries. The funds real- direction of Archbishop Mar Europe, this is not the case:
connected with many other spirit of these Fisher meetings St. Mary's as well as from ized from this collection rescue' countless children in sity.The North American Col tin J. O'Connor, the presentS DIOCESAN, Page 10
vIrtues-some I should that that the marginal countries; ret mite refugee families; bring
result say
from It
the Church of Our Saviour at _.. ,
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others help it. one word is 'fire'-true pentecostal the consolation of religion and the works of mercy to ". ,.. -. ..-
FISHER, Page 10 ,(.
fire. the victims of war, pestil ence and famine. It is of ,' < ,..: ; ....
Clemency is the ability to : .
inestimable value to the i Church of God in ;
carrying .
keep punishment within "I suppose no one should be ,; -'jo.t.\.r-. : .
rea surprised by this. Our Divine out our Catholic mission t of redemption. I hope and % ..... ;d'Y. .
It '
son. would be intemperateto I /3 ,
Varied Goals .t \ "i ,
it calls forth irtionate ;
a from ,
inflict Saviour said that He came to pray prop response our : .
punishment. out of cast fire on the earth and He .understanding people.. I jour <)in ,w.ith' all the Bishops of : :' : tf' .
proportion to'fhe fault :
com .o- : Y1: : ,
mitted. did. That fire still burns. We Set Drive country in appealing to your generosity for this -<> "
have found that it does not in cause. k" ,- ,", .'., .>,';.',2iJt1P'," -' ,";:
Sobriety moderates the nat :.:..t''f:
take much fanning to make it Imparting to and f[ to parishioners \ 4f: : .
you your A1
ural appetites like eating and Eau Gallie/ my .. ,
glow white hot. paternal blessing, I am <." '
drinking. It also '
moderates the "The evidence of God's grace : # J ?

acquired' appetites, like smok- working in the hearts of these EAU GALLIE-Members of De notedly yours in Christ, .'. ..,.,. + .

ing, drinking etc. Fishers compels us to rejoice. Father Martin Power's two JO!eph P. Hurley .1 ti

Abstinence or self-denial is Certainly we have every rea- parishes are to be visited on A hbishop:

the practice of denying oneself, son to expect Him to give them Sunday, May 12, for pledges Bis hop. of Saint Augustine

partially or entirely certain success in this apostolate." toward the minimum goal for

appetites for the sake of the Everywhere he went during Church needs in the area. 1

soul. the May evenings when Fish- The leaders 0 f the capital

SchocGraduation //s HearSpeakers :..: m ,.r. b,.
Humility regulates and con- ers took common counsel with fund campaign hope to achieve High > to ..

trols a man's estimation of the parish Priests of their pledges of $250,000 over a pe-

himself. areas, Monsignor Jordan heard riod of 30 months, he has an

laymen join the Priests in re- nounced.

Mortification helps temperance porting on the growth of the The funds will be used for
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by performing acts that movement to widen the reachof completion of both Ascension JACKSONVILLE-Fatt er Mortimer Danaher t hised i .NMw y"r .4. rc

are painful to help keep our Christ toward men. Church in Eau Gallie and week reported dates schedul, for graduation ceremonies. .

appetites within the bounds of For example, in one area, a Holy Name of Jesus Church Interparochial Catholic Highferred School diplomas will be con- 'to.'":. f1<:
reason. You know denying layman said from the rostrum at Canova Beach; to build '-
during the last weekof ....
:yourself something lawful is a that this apostolate had provedto eight more classrooms at High School. Father VincentE. _0<. '" --

big help towards avoiding be the most "personally rewarding Ascension School; to build an May. Smith will speak. AFTER DINNER RECREATION FOR SEMINARIAN
something unlawful. work" he had ever eight-classroom school at Ca. The Department of Education May 30, 1 n Incarnation
Landmarks along the Tiber in Rome interest a seminarian during a leisurely
Beach official lists these graduation Church Sarasota, for Cardinal
undertaken. nova ; to meet the par. ,
However, even in temperancewe moment after dinner. He resides at the North American College to pursue his preparation -
Another night, a layman ishes' obligation toward Melbourne 1. programs: Mooney High School. Father
can go to extremes. Central Catholic highSchool Irvine Nugent will address the, in Rome's Gregorian University, so that one day he may carry forth the
May 26, 8 p.m., in the Cathedral class. apostolate of Christ to the people of the Diocese of St. Augustine.
build in the
Moderation is Wise ; and to .
of St. Augustine for
Parish Plans near future a convent for the May 31, in St. Mary Church

We should always remember, teaching Sisters. St. Joseph Academy. St. Petersburg, for the senior Priests Laity Combine Efforts

we must be moderate in our GradesIn Advance gifts were asked by May 27, in San Jose Church, boys at Bishop Barry High ,

moderation accordingly, temperate Eight volunteers of a 350-man team Jacksonville, for Bishop Kenny School. Father John B. O'HarewiII

in our temperance. It is last Sunday. The workers will High School. Father MichaelV. be the speaker. To Draw Many to Closed Retreats

wrong, for example, to reject Orlando be out in full force on Sundayto June 2, in St. Paul Church,
Gannon will address the
all bodily pleasure especiallythe complete the general solicitation graduates. St. Petersburg, for the senior TAMPA-Retreat Sunday, May 5, was a day when all the parishes throughout the

pleasures necessary for ORLANDO-St. John Vian- for the capital funds. girls at St. Paul's High School.. Diocese of St. Augustine called special attention to the approach of the lay retreat sea-
life, such as eating and exer- With Father Power and Father May 23, in St. Paul Church, Monsignor John P. McNulty
cise. ney parish members were con- Beach son. Father Laurence E. Higgins, director of the movement in the Diocese, received,
Daytona Father
Donal Noonan as honorary V.G. is scheduled to speak.
gratulated here last Sunday Lopez High School. The speaker reports that parishes displayed special posters, exhibits of pictures and used other
the The of other
chairmen volunteers principals
On the other hand, excessive afternoon by Father TerenceJ. are -
will be Father Peter C. means to promote the attendance -
and unadvised penance can be Farrelly who spoke at agroundbreaking led by Robert Gorman, JosephB Catholic High Schools holding: retreat program are these of' men, F. E. (Paddy) Hum;
wrong and even sinful. We for added 0 s tick, general chairmen; Dolan. commencement exercises for of lay men and president West Coast laywomen -

should always consult our classrooms and a convent in John Hett and John Atkins, May 29, in St. James Church, graduating seniors will announce women at retreats.ficers: Mrs. Richard J. Sullivan. I

general co-chairmen. Orlando, for Bishop Moore their schedules. Responsible for this year's President, West Coast lay
confessor about severe and extreme -Orlando. President, Northeast, Tony
,. ,,.. .' w ------ -.. .w. .. .-'.,,,- T ,. _, <, ._. __ ,__ ,
'" '" "' : "
penances.I St. James' parishioners ,. $7-4. .-t 1"y < Altieri; president, Northeast
viewed the development of St.John's ._:<: "...., x w.: '{ .; ,:., .. ;;;;-fi 1.:'.": :. laywomen, Miss LaVera Abood.
n t e m p erance undermines :;;if.L ,
in the past few years, '''' ::. 'J" Kach has relied on the area
character and robs of his ;
man he said. He lauded the younger .: j' ,; '" directors and parish representatives
human dignity. It steals his t J !:!:Vati
: ,
parish for its zeal in providinga to carry the mes."

self-respect, and the respect of Catholic education for their j ,,; age for the need of retreatsto
others. It makes
man more "
children. ( every man and woman
like rather than "
an animal
a The new addition will enable l' s' throughout, the Diocese.
human being. Through it we ;
St. John's to provide all This year the emphasis Is on
can lose one of our more precIous eight grades starting in Sep. making a retreat sometime

gifts-our good name. tember. As of now, 300 pupilsare during the summer program of

Intemperance is wrong and enrolled in four grades. dates.

sinful, accordingly bringing Next fall, with the new five- Area directors and parish

spiritual death to the soul. It classroom addition, St. John LAY KKTKEAT, Page 10

can also resut in ill heath oi: Vianney School will open with '
the body. 12 classrooms to accommodatemore r'
children. Sisters of St. History Feature

Temperance and everything: Francis of Glenn Riddle, Pennsylvania r'R Beginning this week on

pertaining to it is not easy. Yet,, will staff the new Page Four, The Florida

we must control the demandsof ; school. Catholic" will serialize Great

the senses, we must be moderate .o Guests of Father Vincent E. Chapters in Florida Catholic

we must: be temperate o Smith at his groundbreaking : History. The new feature Is

were Father Far. from the pen of Father
Our Divine Lord has promIsed ... .. _. Michael V. Gannon Ph.D.,
relly, Father Paul Woodyard --- ---- --- ----- --- -- ry
that the
us sorrow we ex of Kissimmee and Father TAMPA THRONG IN TRIBUTE TO BLESSED VIRGIN MARY ON 3IAY 5 director of the Mission of
in doing His will
perience ; Bronis P. Benesevich: of St All of Catholic Tampa con- Thlg was truly a beautiful ash passed in procession, one when every heart folly understood The magnificent demonstration Xomhre De Dios in St.Augustine -
shall be turned
some day
Charles parish in Orlando. Fa. verged upon the athletic field tribute to the Mother of God. could not help but be impressed why It was present. Faith America's .Old"8t. Mis
of was tele-
Joy. ther Alberto Doce, who assists I at Christ the King parish on It was awe-Inspiring to see by the outpouring of "With one voice, this! multitude sion. Headers are invited to
ilsed Father Mark )Ic-
"Your heart shall rejoice, at St. John's and parishioners:;; the afternoon of May 5 for the thousands who gatheredto the faithful's evident devo poured out its soul in clip and Kite the features

and your joy no one shall tak joined in welcoming guests al t; combined May demotions. One sing Our Blessed Mother's tion. ferment prayer to the Queenof Loughlin; Christ the King's written by the historian.

from you." the,event. of those present stated: praises. ,As parish after para "This was an occasion Heaven. pastor reported.

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Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 10, 1963 OrlandoST. Jacksonville

JOHN Beach '
Members of St. John Vianney ..

I Catholic Florida wMa rs' parish are hoping for an In- ST. PAUL
xZ flux of friends from the other Ponte Vedra Daughters of

area parishes to swell the the American Revolution
r 4o- r# 'Sf.
BARRY a R' tg crowds on May 18 and 19 when awarded history prizes recently
PetersburgHOLY SarasotaMOONEY they give their annual spring to these winners from St.
Reservations are needed now School Jacksonville
FAMILY HIGH SCHOOL festival. Paul ,
for the forthcoming installation -
Friends of the parish are invited Sarasota County winners The event will begin at noon Beach:
of officers of the Bishop
to patronize a benefit Barry High School Guild's of Anne Kumpe, Linda Jovin, on May 18 and at 1 p.m. on the Silver medal because he was

dessert card party on May 25 ficers. Call 898-5516 or 896-8391; Alice O'Leary, Anne Marie I Sunday of the two-day: festival. a previous winner, to Joseph

from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Catholic the three-dollar.a-plate dinner, Russell, Barbara Zilles-of a Proceeds of the benefit, which Lillich, seventh grade pupil."t
Daughters Hall. The sponsorsof recent American Legion ora- will close at midnight each /
at the Yacht Club on Central Ii His paper will be entered In
the event, for which a dona- Avenue and Beach Drive, will torical and essay contest have j day, will be used for the proposed con-
the state history
tlbn of a dollar a person is received the congratulations of *: convent. essay
be served on May 21 after the
asked, are the members of Holy 7 p.m. installation ceremony. their school president, Father i- r t v .t J MOORE IHGH SCHOOL test sponsored by the women.

Family's Women's Guild. Father Patrick J. Caverly of Joseph P. Moran. r Sunday "brunch," served on :Medals for first prizes wentto

Prizes will be given. The chair. The Cardinal Mooney High 19 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Holy Family parish and a mem- May these classes' pupils: Teresa
man is Mrs. Vincent Salliotte. School winners in any
a contest in the cafetorium at Bishop
ber of the teaching staff at the I Tassone, 8th grade; Christa
ST. JOSEPII which attracted 238 entries .jl K a 4 i #
High School will deliver an are Moore High School will add to
Father John J. Murphy, pastor address. The school president, entitled to a 10-day trip to Chicago r the funds being raised by members Murphy, 6th grade; Marilyn

has expressed appreciationfor Philadelphia, Gettysburg, school's Hoey, Sth grade
jj of the Orlando
Father Brendan Lawlor will
i:}1-:: __ -l. iIP .I Wt<. '*' '!"I w.....___ __t.k iI ;
the work of members of the preside as Mrs. Norman Butz Annapolis, Alexandria, Charlottesville Home and and School Associa Sister Irma O.S.B., principal,
St. Guild. He talkedat Richmond Wil- NEW SMYRNA'S RECORD LIGHTS
Joseph's installs the following officers: THE WAY announced winners, as well as

the installation of officers at Mrs. Neil Nugent, president; liamsburg, Jamestown, and At the recent installation, new officers of the Altar Society of Sacred Heart tion.Stop by after Mass, Invite those who took second places

a luncheon served on April 25 Mrs. Whitney Jacobs, vice Washington, D.C. Upon the re- Church, New Smyrna Beach, along with their pastor, Father Francis Donlan C.SS.R., sponsors. The donations will honorable mention. each

'at 1 p.m. at Port-O-Call. Mrs. president; Mrs. Frederick Lan- turn, they are scheduled to reviewed last year's outstanding record, as they set goals for the coming season; be 80 cents for adults and students and .

James D. Henry, president of dry, secretary; Mrs. John Clemens stop in Tallahassee to receive from the left, Miss :Mildred Gonyeau, recording secretary; Mrs. Larry Kates, treas- ; and 50 cents for chil class.
the Guild of St. Joseph's congratulations from Gov. Far-
the home and clinic for manor the, treasurer; Mrs. Vi Dough ris Bryant. urer; Mrs. Joseph Corbe, president; Mrs. Leslie Parsons, vice-president; and :Mrs. dren. p

aged operated by Catholic Charities erty and Mrs. Owen Spitler, di Rose Griffiths, corresponding secretary. K OFC] ST. PETERSBURG
rectors. The annual bull roast picnicof
installed these officers of LargoST.
TampaST. Monsignor Bishop Council
St. Joseph parish Guild: TRANSFIGURATIONFather E Occasion
PATRICKMrs. .. 2112, Knights of Columbus, Flowers for Every
Mrs. Henry E. Eagan, presIdent Lima JOSEPHAltar
Edward J. Mulliganhas Joseph past pres- originally scheduled for the Tinman's FlowersBonded
; Mrs. S. F. 0 den, vice- installed the officers of ident, has installed officers of Society members have
Orlando Gun Club May 11, will
president; Mrs. John A. Webb, Transfiguration parish's Wom St Patrick's Catholic Women's elected these officers in West aY Florist
fd i be held instead at Camp San
secretary; Mrs. Harry Bergevin, en's Guild. They are: Guild at their annual Communion Tampa: Pedro next Sunday from 1 to Telegraph Delivery
corresponding secretary; Mrs. breakfast for the Mrs. J. Martinez 3931 Central Ave. 862.3661
Mrs. Betty Vogt, president; wom- president; 6 p.m., Peter Dutko has ret -
Karl Grottendieck, treasurer; Mrs. AIsle Cipriano, vice-pres- en of the parish. It was servedat Mrs. Hector Herrero, vice- \ ported.On .
and Mrs. Fred Lutz, parliamen Carson's Restaurant Indian Delio Pulido +r dlt < i
ident; Mrs. Evelyn Klingman, president; I May 5, 56 men received
tarian. recording secretary; Mrs. Edna Rocks Road, Largo. secretary; and Mrs. Arthur the third degree of the Knights Jackson's ShoesLadies'
Officers were installed for the Ramirez, treasurer. I
Murphy, corresponding secre- of Columbus in Orlando. The
ST. PETERSBURG tary; and Mrs. Theresa Pa- coming year: Mrs. Helene Herbert They will be installed on 1* i' rF ,c exemplification was held at & Men's

quette, treasurer. president; Mrs. Dorothy May 16 at the Columbia Restau- k i the Monsignor Bishop Council Clinic Miller

Edouard C. Craig ST. PAUL Sheehan, vice-president; Mrs. rant, reports Father George : 2112 clubhouse. Earlier in the Weyenberg
Mae Rainnie, secretary; Miss Hines C.SS.R. He has invited j
day, all the candidates assisted
and Distributorfor school students receiving
Irma Ellement, treasurer Mrs. Cushioned Bellaires
; all to become active membersto
at Mass at St. James Churchled
honors include
springtime Bernice Lima, parliamentarian. assist in the projects under- by a fourth degree honor 641 Central Ave. 862.1355
those in the arts Mother I
Vikon Metal Ceramic writing Monsignor John P. McNulty taken by the organization.
M. Edwardine O.S.F., principal -welcomed the of the
and Mosaic Tiles women Plans $' flY
are already being -
of St. Paul's, has an- them for the
9l7-49th St. So. 3474101FLORISTGREENHOUSES parish, thanking studied to bring more of the

nounced.A poem by Margaret Choffat year.work they have done for the parishioners into the Doctrine Confraternity DANIEL T. WINTER & CO.

entitled "Where God Is" will
be submitted for state competition Venice for the adult Fishers apostolateand HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS

by the Catholic Daughtersof EPIPHANY for the elementary and 403 FLORIDA THEATRE: BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG
high school classes of religion.In TELEPHONE 862-0381
America Court Sancta Maria A tribute to Our Lady 0 f fALL ,

952. Other preliminary poetry Lourdes was marked at the the fall, inquiry classes will :::_.-;__ __. _, -._ S' _.v n,_Y R '_.S_,_.__ _n _
tllO Lakerlew A.... R le. winners in St. Petersburg from May 7 Epiphany .Guild's and be resumed at the rectory. SAINTS AUXILIARY OFFICERS

WE WIRE H.O\VEKS St. Paul High School were St. Raphael's Altar Society'scombined Stars on Parade, a musical
807-21 36 Port Recently installed officersof BY THE BOX
St. rrtrriliurr Laurice Sikorskl, second, and installation of offi variety program presented by Orange the Auxiliary to All

Mary: Elizabeth Kane, third. the Fisherman's interested local entertainers, EPIPHANY
cers held in Saints home for the aged,
A journalism award has been Wharf. Miss Karen Hazen car was held in Tampa on April Reports from the Diocesan Jacksonville, along with their

HEINZEN placed in the schools trophycase. ried a crown of flowers to the 28 at the Cuban Club, to provide Council of Catholic Women's installing officer, Mrs. James

Accepting the scholastic Marian shrine as the members funds for proposed and stovesin new convention at Tampa occupied L. :Fogarty, immediate past "IT'S FINGER LICKIN' GOOD"

Is 5BEKE press award from the Miami sang the Lourdes hymn. Mrs. equipment, flooring the April 29 meeting at which president of the St. Augustine -

Herald newspaper contest was Clarence Smith, accompaniedby the parish cafeteria. Mrs. John Pokorny Sr. presidedin Deanery Council, accept -

SERVICE1RKE the advisor of "Paulletter," Mrs. Walter Brown, sang Father Patrick J. Shannon Port Orange. She was ac- their duties for the coming

PICKUP A DKLIVEBY Sister Clare Therese. StephanieHlas Shubert's Ave Maria. C.SS.R. expressed appreciationon companied by three other year foreground, from the

34th Nt. & IBth Are S.. is the student editor of the Monsignor George W. Cum- behalf of the parish to all women of Epiphany parish at left, Mrs. Charles F. SaresJr.

SLIT: Than GREEN 72M STAMPS outstanding school newspaperin mings, pastor of both groups, who worked towards the successful the West Coast event. ., f>second vice-president;

9th St. & lAth Au. 8*. Florida among schools' with i addressed the women on the program which-. was Plans have been announced Mrs. Iran J. Korson, president
Phon SBC-41SS less than 500 students. work of the Confraternity of sponsored by the SUJosepH'e*
for and Mrs. FopMrty back. PHONE 898-4422
1 Club. a parish party on May 24 ;
Christian Doctrine. ground, Mrs. Robert S. Swaney
='tnouuiiluinounmUulamuttutuommmIUUlUI UtmntlmltmluuunUIIJt! at 7:30: p.m. in the American AND PICK IT UP
I Outgoing presidents were
: KOFCThe corresponding secretary; 55
I g OFFERS I Venice exemplification of the Legion hall at Port Orange. Mrs. Jack W. Morgan, trea<-

I 5 The women will sponsor the urer and Mrs W. If. Da ugh-
5 2.] & 4 Bedroom Homes in 1 of Englewood. fourth degree in the Knights event. 2501 9th St. No.
= erty, recording secretary.
i3a of Columbus for 75 candidatestook
I I i, Mrs. Charles Ockelman of
6 St. Jude Parish 9 place April 28 in Tampa

1 ". Transfiguration Parish | Southwest Sarasota, president Coast DeaneryCouncil of the under the direction of FrancisC. DINE OUT ON MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY MAY 12 I

Barrios Sr., St. Petersburg.
of Catholic Women,
f"r -
Sacred Heart Parish g Candidates came from St/ ,
the new officers. -
r As Low as $90.00 Down... | Petersburg, Clearwater, Largo, Eugene Mueller's
& Gulfport Sarasota, Lakeland, San Antonio -

2- Orlando, Pensacola, Tal- KINGFISH Cameo RoomPelirloa
E Dining
Phone 842-4136 lahassee, Jacksonville and
i 1325 Arlington Avenue N. | CharcoalSewing
The West Coast Deanery
1 inuunlmouuuuuutluuulanlouuuntnianlttllafIUntuunnlouluutnuo o i Tampa. Innrtieon and

Council H. president Schmidt,,has Mrs.installedthe Frederick [ The Class Is named in honor RESTAURANTSEAFOOD O EDWARD JAMES HOTEL:

_AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I following officers of Gulf of and sponsored by Roc C 0 Excellent!: quality 1i.'ool. Chops cad
[ Marsicano of Tampa, who Is a Superb Service C'hlclleadlnn.
Of Sdufh Pasadena port's Catholic Women's Club: past master of the Fourth De- AT ITS BEST Broiled*r LEE KRIMAV, Plun.
Steaki BED
Mrs. Horace M. Fleisher, SEAL. Dais
| gree and past state Deputy of 11750 Gulf Ulvd..Treasure Island 361-8261
Qfftrt For Mrs. Joseph Arun- 1 Golden Fried Broiled
You l.ow Paymtnf$ president; the Knights of Columbus. He is or Shrimp

FINANCING & REFINANCING ski, vice-president; Mrs. Emil a past diocesan president of 0 Succulent Scallops

.. George Jr., recording secretary;
*' T V'j ;-- :- *> -
? t Name
the Holy Society.
Luscious Lobsters
Mrs. John T. Hyland, corresponding
The degree team was from
secretary and Mrs -5
; Jacksonville, members of Ponce YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER .. .1
Fred Ranieri, treasurer. De Leon General Assembly.The SERVED OCEAX FRESHHUSHPUPPJES .,r+
27 per mojrith Includer All Costs AND ROLLS -
i Eau Gallic men attended Mass at I
/&tERieAhl Sacred Heart Church in Tam- Chicken and SteaksAt

ASCENSION The council be- kl ,. 1
pa. program Famous Johns Pass a
BANK Ascension Catholic Women'sGuild rY.
JpTIONAL | gan at 1:30 p.m. at the Floridan
will hold its annual 1
Martin J, RocJJ. Ch> rnMn Motor Hotel.
spring dance on Saturday, May M.
The host assembly for the P.
18. It will be at the Club
Copa I 3,
degree was the Father William 0 to
in Satellite Beach from 9 .
p.m. Tyrrell SJ. General Assembly WinnfsRESTAURANT r Q9
to 1 a.m. Music will be by 'The U rr
: of Tampa.
Always Be Sure Of Quality First In Lancers." The donation is, I D R E H M
three dollars per couple. TitusvilleST.


More women should partic-
ipate In the work of their parIsh -
our business not a sideline proposed rectory will be: .sponsored organizations, FRIDAY SPECIAL! SUNDAY SPECIAL! L-- .

the benefit of the summer fes- Mrs. Joel Sayers Jr. of Day- BAKED (U.S 19))
tival planned on the groundsof : S 1.So.
tona Beach told a group at the 5110ROASTL.I. $150 2401 -
the parish, July 56. HADDOCK
MULLET SEA BASS Colonial Lounge during the recent -
Parishioners are asked to I
installation of officers by Complete DINNER-Complete lOUN EY.
contact Mrs. Arthur Jones, RCUNMERR p"
TROUT FINGERSTHROATS ''St. Teresa parish's CatholicWomen's O
OR 7.7534, if they are Interested Club.

MACKEREL in a proposed kindergartenclass I Mrs. Sayers, president of the _"F
to begin in the7S autumn.
RED SNAPPER SHRIMP Orlando-Central Deanery Coun- _
cil of Catholic Women who in-
Everyone will ihfsFamily
enjoy Male THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC a habit. It's the best way
BLUE FISH OYSTERSPOMPANO stalled the Titusville leaders,
to become an Informed, adult Catholic.
told the audience of the
CLAMS the Catholic women In the

Diocese. She said there wasa

KING FISH SCALLOPSFLOUNDER committee for every partic Restaurant

CRAB MEAT ular Interest of every member, After Church
in encouraging all women ina

SCAMP FLA. LOBSTERComplete t. Petersburg parish to join the group ac DlffertBt specIals tvtry day 1iI

4645 9th Street, North tivities.! KM food at modest pim .{i Meet All Your

Father John B. O'Hare, Titus- for ere' 24 yttrs
variety of the most Frozen Local Delicacies for a yule parish Priest: emphasizedthat FriendsAtThePark

popular Northern Fresh Frozen I quick, easy to prepare Seafood ENJOY AUTOMATIC for his parish organization Simi;

seafoods. Dinner. the would iquls
women take
A "KeepFilled"DELIVERY rill'IOVM Lane
up the announced DCCW goal, IINtaiL1M7.s

"to widen and deepen our tbsLIGHTHOUSE
Phone: apostolate until all our Catholic Your Second Cup rf Coffer

St. Pete- 898-1111 I I I children are under religious or Iced Tea It Aluxryi fill

Clearwater-446.8314 Instruction." RESTAURANT

Installed were Mrs. James D. 1 U

PIN LAS SEAFOOD CO. Cfy fat Oil Co. Brown, president; Mrs. WilliamGardner I .

.' vice-president; Mrs. Trrou Ifrd. Pork St. No. TYRONE
1533 3rd St. So. 862-5163 Jack Shejrill. secretary and Sr. / ACCTCDIA SHOPPING CENTER
OLDEST and LARGESTIN ; Petersburg lArCICKIA 1038 58th ST. HO. ,
Mrs. John D'Albora Jr.,
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 10, 1963 Page Tint

Report'sJacksonville P'presidents Father John A. O'Brien \ Mass Guide ISL"XDA I

; 1Irs.TPG.. Meyers Books Kindle Teacher's
Y, May 12
Jr., secretary; Mrs. H.
Monsignor Patrick E. Xolan Brown Hood 4th Sunday after Easter.
'V.F., spiritual moderator of the these new circle chairmen: Interest in Finding Truth (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,
Catholic Woman's Club in Jacksonville a tA Creed, Preface of Easter).
Infant of Prague Circle Mrs.
will offer Mass for you want to share your holy Faith with some MONDAY, May 13
Grover Cunningham; Our Ladyof DON'T
members in San Jose Churchat Lourdes, Mrs. Leonard Wal- ? You can do this by setting a good example, St. Robert Kellarmlne. (Massof

11 a.m. Monday, May 13. lachy; Our Lady of Fatima, IJF 1 praying for him, encouraging him also to pray, and kind- a Doctor Gloria, Preface

Later a meeting will includean Mrs. Robert Machart; St. Ann, ling his interest in the Faith. Excellent for this purposeare of Easter' ).
installation tt Tl'l'SU.Iay: 14
picnic a t the
Mrs. R. E. Davis; St. Joseph, good books.
home of Mrs. D. J. Lanahan piece 'The Imitation of Christ"by St. Boniface. (Mass of a
Mrs. Allen Jones; St. Jude, "The Catholic Way of Life,"
1028 Alhambra Drive West. Thomas a Kempis also l Martyr during Pawhaltime
Mrs. Herman Zapf; St. Monica, '? published by Prentice-Hall,
Mrs. E. H. Oliver will install ''"A J .. ..;. were very instructive. No per- Gloria, Preface of Easter; or
Mrs. Daniel White; and St. Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New
new officers for the son can read these books withan 3lav of preceding Sunday,
coming Rita, Mrs. Hood. r 4.., cth c-: r Jersey, will give your friend a mind without
open finding Gloria, 2nd prayer of

year.Newly elected officers arc: Mrs. William P. Maloney, J10 ... < .1 '....> .- .......... into good the insight chief "," '." ... .' himself drawn powerfully to Boniface, Preface of Easter).
principal of Blessed .t
Mrs. Julian Warren, president; Trinity i t ; the Catholic Church.It WEDNESDAY, May 15
school, addressed the memberson ST. PETERSBURG BEACH GROUP INSTALLS OFFICERS doctrines and .,,
Mrs. J. Reedy Brown, Mrs. -.t was the reading of these St. John Baptist de la Salle.
Thomas L. Greene and Mrs. the subject of the school. With :Monsignor Patrick J. Trainor officiating and Father Leo F. Flood C.S.C.as practices o f books that prompted me to (Mass of a Confessor not a

Frank Heintz, vice-presidents; K of CTwenty.three guest speaker, 143 members of ,St John Women's Auxiliary, St. Petersburg Beach, the Faith and Catholic thus call at the Holy Rosary rectory Bishop, Gloria, Preface of

Mrs. William McDonough, were in attendance at the recent installation of officers held at Port-O-Call, Tierre and ask for systematic in- Easter' ).
his in-
recording secretary; Mrs. C. M. Father Maher men-representing Verde. Foreground, from the left, :Monsignor Trainor, Mrs. Albert J. Pit yo, Jr., first quicken terestThe iing struction. In a kind and THURSDAY, May 16

L e Bas, corresponding secre- Kenny and Arlington ,councils Bishop vice-president; Father Flood and Mrs. Robert L. Yates, president Background, from important role friendly manner Father Paul St. Ubaldus. (Mass of a
tary; Mrs. Thomas P. Mc- plus the newly formed North the left, Mrs. William L. Soleau, recording secretary; Mrs. Walter T. Wilkinson, played by good I. Mackin explained the divine Bishop Confessor, Gloria

Menamy, treasurer; Mrs. Edward Jacksonville Council of the corresponding secretary and Mrs. C. H. Breckenridge, treasurer. books in lead- foundation of the Catholic Preface of Easter! ).

A. Reinick, historian; into Church and its authorizationby FRIDAY, May 17
of Columbusreceivedthe people
:Mrs. Frank P. Beddow, Mrs. Knights first degree on April 25. Daytona BeachOUR M44k the fold is illustrated in the Christ to teach all nations. St. Paschal Ba>lon. (Mass ofa

George P. Coyle and Mrs. conversion ofIrs.. George Furthermore He appointedSt. Confessor not a Bishop I' ,

James T. Monahon, advisors. Fifteen men form the nucleus LADY OF LOURDES artist and teacherin Peter, the chief of the Apos- Gloria, Preface of Easter).
Conkey, an
of the new council along Members of the Women's '4' 4XcIwK' tles, the earthly head of His SATURDAY 18
Bozeman Montana who tells May
TRINITY with officers, who were installed Club reelected Mrs. Gene L. Church, and promised to abide St. Yenantius. (Mass of a
;r a. of these important events in
Spring bazaar patrons at the on May 5 at Kenny Petrucciani as president at a '' .. > with it all days even unto the Martyr in Paschaltime, Glo
; her life thus
Beach Boulevard site of council. recent meeting of the organ : consummation of the world.
ria Preface of Easter)
in the Proto ,
I baptized
Blessed Trinity parish in Jack At the first degree ceremony, ization in Our Lady of Lourdes was How impressive is the list of SUNDAY, May 19
sonville on May 25 and May 26 parish. Others are Mrs. H. D. estant Episcopal Church, sangin from St.
two Priests were present, Father Popes, stretching 5th Sunday after Easter.
will receive dinner :. the choir, taught Sunday
spaghetti Minnis, vice-president M r s. f Peter down than
John Cullen and Father ; through more Gloria
I Mass of Sunday,
fr"t School classes made retreats (
the first day. On Sunday, ham Imile Mussonora. Talks were Merle J. Denny and Mrs. S. A. 19 centuries to the present pone Creed, Preface of Easter).
and finally became a staff
and chicken will be served. given by two grand knights, Jackson, recording and cor- tiff. Here, I perceived, is the

Booths of all kinds are planned. Frank Core of Arlington and responding secretaries; and 1 member of the National Coun title deed of the Church and

Father John M. McCall, who Mike Gagliano of Kenny. Miss Eugenia Nicola, deanery A cil of Protestant Churches in the unmistakable historic evidence Church Councils

installed the officers of hisparish's representative.Father r rY New York City. of her divine foundationand
Among the new members moved to Bozeman Featured TV
Woman's Guild recently James F. Herlihy In 1955 we authority to teach in the on

presented Father John were sons of two other grand narrated at the meeting "dry" as my husband acquireda
a .' name of Christ. In her teach NEW YORK (NO -A history -
Francis Biddle as the evening's knights, James Russell who is Mass demonstrated by Father ..wi a teaching position at Montana ing mission the Church has received of the Church's councils

speaker. A guest was the visi the son of the immediate past Irvine Nugent, pastor. i State College. In our travelswe the guidance of the during the Middle Ages, from

tor's mother, Mrs. Anna E. During April, it was reported had attended many Episcopal it from the
grand knight of Father Maher Ypppjx Holy Spirit, protecting 800 to 1453, will feature
churches and noticed
Biddle. the Sunday Mass nursery we error.I second. episode of the "I Am
Installed Mrs. Leo Vin- Council, Joseph Russell; how much they differed: some
were took of 115 children.
care was especially! impressedby : With You" series on the "Cath
son, president; Mrs. Allen Walter Bagley, son of Maher's Prizes in. the card marathon tV : t 1.\ were high, others low, still the Church's teaching concerning olic Hour" program May 12

Jones, Mrs. Dixon Redditt, vice- Grand Knight William Bagley. will be awarded on Wednesday, ti.,re 2 others were in-between. The the Real Presence of from 1:30: to 2 p,m., EDT, over

May 15, at 8 p,m. in the Lourdes ; :i 47\t doctrinal creeds likewise dif Christ in the Holy Eucharist.!' the NBC-TV network.
ST. PETERSBURGFor room. The public is invited to j. .w,. fered.I knew that differing, How reassuring it is to know The episode will trace the

the party. that Jesus abides in the sacrament development of the Church In
creeds couldn't all be right,
-z :- : :->< :. ; of the altar and comesin the West from the time of
t for truth is! one. In !search
;;; Rockledge my Holy Communion as food for Charlemagne in 800 to the fall
I for truth I turned to books.I .
Your Estate ST. MARY PARISII GUILD INSTALLS, SARASOTANew our souls. After six months of of Constantinople in 1453.It .

And Insurance Needs Call At a recent installation cer officers of the Queen of :Martyrs Guild in Sara- read the the writings Bible of, commentaries St. Johnof instruction I was received intoChrist's will\ feature scenes In
true Church De- Florencein
emony in Rockledge Mrs. Russ sota, at their installation, receive the greetings of Fa- on Rome, Suhiaco and
LaVoie Realty & InsuranceI sell Soderstrom began a sec- the Cross, St. Teresa of cember 8, 1957, and on the following Italy, Lyons .\d non and
ther Joseph P. Moran. From the left, seated, are :Mrs. Avila, St. Catherine of Siena
ond of St.Mary's day-my 35th birthday Vienne in )France and Con-
term as president
4154 Central Avenue Phone 896-4133 I, Catholic Women's Club. Stanley Hytrek, president, and :Mrs. Calvin LaHurd, and Thomas Merton."Introduction -received my First Holy Com stance German)'.

I Others installed by Mrs. Theodore treasurer; standing, Mrs. Anthony Krekman, second to a Devout munion. It was truly my birth- Exclusive pictures of the

Antony, vice-president of vice-president; :Mrs. Robert DiMuzio, first vicepresident Life" by St. Francis! de Sales day, for I had found the Way, private chapel of the Popes in

the Orlando Central Council of ; and Mrs. Daniel :Michale, secretary.INSTALLATION and that great little master- the Truth and the Life-Jesus the ancient Lateran Palace

Catholic Women, were: _. .-.. ,... ..,....,..,....... .. "..... ;...:.-...., ... ...._......_- .... .. >.'. .. .. Christ. and scenes In the Church of
LOW COST Mrs. O. N. VanOrman, vice- In June, 1959, my husband St. John Lateran in Rome win

president; Mrs. L. L. McFar-\ embraced the Faith, and I was be shown.
7'f"'f" received into the Third Order "I Am With
NATIOe AUTO land, secretary; and Mrs. A. S. The four-part
Zimmerman, treasurer. 1of St. Francis. Every day our You" series, written by Philip

holy Faith means more to us, Scharper, has been describedas

LOANS : [ and I'm eager to share it with the most extensive rehgirty*

1 ITII/$1VI0 Pope Tells : o others. I was privileged to be historical documentary ever

% ::; AVAILABLE 1 l of some little help to Mrs. Virginia -filmed for TV. Dealing with
=== Moll in finding her way history of the Church's councils -

Of DignityIn : ,. into the fold and to stand as the series was producedlast
... .. 1 her godmother, she concluded. summer by the National
ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA Council of Catholic Men and
From Florida
Farm WorkVATICAX ?,
1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH '-w .NBC during a 15,000-mile trip
Member F.D.I.C. :, BELMONT, Xorth Carolina- through the Middle East and
:- James Patrick O'Leary of
PopeJohn XXIII has told 4000 -- x ......- iSy' 'rlrp.a:-- Mr and Mrs. H. G. O'Leary of
Winter Haven and James D.
young farmers here that 'the DINNER AT MEL BOURNE Ocala
III f Mr.\ and
son o
farming industry will succeedif Father .John B. O'Hare of Titusville was guest iker at the recent installationb BLESSED TRINITY
Mrs. James D. Waters Jr. of
LIVE SAFE farmers believe in the dignity dinner of Our Lourdes Catholic Women's Clu Melbourne from the left
Lady ; Atlantic Beach, have gained Recently five Girl Scouts received -

DRIVE SAFE The of their work.linked the Father O'Hare; :Mrs. James :Mahoney Jr., incoming pre:sident; Mrs. William Nibler, high scholastic honors at Bel- the Marian award for

eventual Pope of outgoing president; and Father Felix Banos, assistant at Our Lady of Lourdes mont Abbey College where outstanding Catholic scoutingin
tftUu0 success argicul-
Consult this directory before your next tankful of tural training programs now Church. they are students. Both young Ocala. Father William G.
have been elected to Delta of Blessed Trinity ''parish -
gas or needed repairs. You'll be glad you did. under way to the farmers' men Corry
I Sigma national honor presented the awards.t 0
Epsilon ,
pride in their work. He
Coming Even its l society, for a better than B Theresa Huey, Libby Bryant,
Holy Name Blessed Sacrament speaking to members of the C' Ii average over a three-year Susan Gay, Carmel loffredo
farmers and rural -
young wom TliU column nAta future benefit, uperlat meeting and events or more
and Cindy Connally.
HAZELLS' en's association in the apostolic than local Intrmt. Advance notice! of regular meetioi(' will be omitted.

palace's San Damaso Spring dance May 10, 9 K of C bull roast! picnic St. Augustine ;graduation,

@ courtyard. p.m. to 1 a.m., Ribault Lions Camp San Pedro near Or. May 26, 8 p.m., the Cathedral; ST. PETERSBURGTERMITES

S/IlClO/ Pope John quoted from his Club, Jacksonville; Holy Kos- lando, 1-6 p.m.. May 11. for St. JO'f"phcadf'm)" High

\.J 1961 encyclical )(atrr"et ary Altar Society.Ms :Mother: Seton Observanceat School. SWARMING ? ? |

Proprietor: : :: Magistra: !i r. Bishop i Co u D C i IBill Mission! of X ombre De Jacksonville graduation, ">OK AN HONKhT HEAL CILL O'>f;,%I/

"We believe that in rural Dies, Maj12, 3 p.m., St. May 27, San Jose Church; for

J. L McKnellen One-Stop Auto Service affairs, the principal agents Augustine." Bishop' Kenny High School. <9'f'leal1 el'mile & %pesl @& nlil

and protagonists of economic Seeks Spring dance, Copa Club, Daytona Beach graduation, ,
5802 15th Ave. S. 4998 Seminole Blvd. to Stop
improvement, of cultural bet- Satellite Beach, 31 a y 18, 9 May 28, St. Paul Church; for PAUL O. rilll-MrH. President
Phone 344-0461 PHONE 392-1962
terment or of social advance p.m.; sponsored by women of Father, Lopez High School. SERVING PJXELLAS COUNTY OVER 2S YEARS

should be the men personally Unwanted MailWASHINGTON Eau Jallie's Ascension par Orlando graduation May tn1 Falrfleld AT.. No. Ht. Fetertbarr Telephone 863-mt

involved, namely, the farmers I!'>h. 29, St. James Church; for
St. John'STANDARD < St. Raphael'sSNELL (NO Representative -
themselves. To them it shouldbe Bazaar, May 18, Jackson Bishop Moore High School.
John Dowdy of
clear that their workis ville's Sacred Heart parish
quite Sarasota
ISLE GULF Texas has introduced a bill designed tl.
most noble." Guild. 30 Incarnation Church for
[ ] to "protect postal pa-
Commenting on this, the Spring; festival:" May 18-19, Cardinal Mooney High
OIL trons from obnoxious and offensive
Pope said: St. John Vianney parish, School.St. .
mail matter. I
COMPLIMENTS OF "Whene believe in 'th Orlando; begins noon Saturday II \.

e nobility of our work and are The measure! would an and 1 P.m., Sunday, laMs Petersburg 1)0)rad..

EARL COX united in a joint task, then up- th&rize the post office, at the until midnight; both da)' uation. May 31, St. Mary or1.x sAT.f .

Standard Station to-date training leads to request of an individual receiving Home and 8'hoolM.odI' Church; for Bishop i Barry to l! :100Y

objectionable mail, tion invites High School.St. Phone 8T. IKTKKSBCRO REACH
lasting progress"Lessons patrons to"brunch"
7475 Gulf Blvd. Call 829-8201 to instruct!! the sender to re- 75th AT*. .A Calf JlIYd TRUST
at Bishop Madre Paul School, St. 380-5581 loar Account mured F.D.Ie.
High; by BtKVICB
Snell Isle Blvd.
St. Pete Beach, Ha. 1301 move the name of the objecting
Emphasized party from his mailing High School, Orlando, May Petersburg, girls' graduation,
19, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. :;t. Paul Church, June 2.
ST. JUDE'S ::\1 MONTREAL (XC) Paul_ list
Epiphany parish party.May ,
Emile Cardinal Leger, Arch- If the sender continued mail- Dance, June _8.. Treasure
24, 7:30 p.m., American ,
bishop of Montreal, said. daily ing objectionable matter to a Legion; Hall, Port Orange. Inland auditorium, Dick I 4. FROM "JOSEPHINE TUSSAUD"

AUTO REPAIR sacrifices of policemen anrf fire- complaining individual, the Crockett band; 'l nefit..Sts -

for in; men should be a lesson to all postmaster general could can Dessert card party, May Jude, School, St. ;Petersburg.MUMFORD I\\ OF ENGLAND

NORTHWEST ST. PETERSBURG members of the community.The < cel or suspend his mailing permits 2.), 1,3 p.mn ("1)h
tYRONE SER Cardinal\ Officiated at ; until he stopped. Petersburg: ; H o I y Family :: Florida's newest and most nn-

.O GGS* 1r funeral services (April 10)) for 1b-the case of a foreign oper- Women's Guild, sponsor.' K.fricnaU.alr C..adltlo.iac ''fi tiiiiiri usual. attraction at the sign of

SIDe/lllf F three firemen killed'in the col- ator, the post office.would passon Bazaar, Blessed Trinity Heat Tamp hrl The Big Be*.
lapse of a building during a G..d r.ppllaa..s
9th Av. North Service Calls complaints to postal au- parish Jacksonville. May 2:>>. '%1- >,|h. Nt. MMithPbonrft rl ,
.JlI major Montreal fire. The Mass thorities of the country in-
spaghetti dinner May 26, ham
et Tyrone Blvd. Phone 341.2431Transfiguration was offered in Mary Queen of volved and so far as possible and chicken dinner.; Day 66.6161Ite : Ii 5505 GULF BOULEVARDST.
the World basilica here. would withhold delivery of

Cardinal Leger recalled he further mailings from the BEACH

WANT TO had officiated recently at the sender to the complainingparty. THE CATHOLIC SHOP tffc f Jint Nerth of the lay Way

funeral of two St. Laurent policemen .

STANDARD killed in a bank holdup. Dowdy's bill would make it of OPEN DAILY!

OIL AQVERTISEJANSSEN'S This tragic event carries a finding of congress that St. Petersburg I\\ 1' 11
with it a lesson for us whichwe c. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
"patrons of the postal
: should not neglect," the have the right to be protected Religious Articles and Supplies. 1 e INCLUDING SUNDAY
said. ",Ve forget that Clerical Apparel Boots ".
prelate Image
STANDARD SERVICE from receiving matter
and order in city is
peace a First Communion Gift Items
which is offensive them or
49th St. & 38th Ave. No. the fruit of the humble work to See His Holiness Pope John

ST. PETERSBURG and hidden devotion to duty of their families. Veils $2.25 ./ XXIII and other famous fig-

PHONE HE 5-9325 CA'LL many social groups which go The bill was referred to the "Drop in & Browse" fl .res. So life-Hie you'll believe

... Top Value Stamps unnoticed I nth e turmoil of house--post office andcivil they're ALiVEIFlorida !
On All Purchases 347-5085 656 Central Avenue Phone 824-4101
daily living." service committee.


'Frank J. Sheed Reds Bolder under Guise of Peace

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Law of Nullity is not. Used E VER-GROWING boldnesshas father would have found "edi Cuba neither to attack the
become the trait of torial material in the American United States nor to defend

the communists in this coun- responsibility in the Cold War Cuba against the United States.

Hers is a Mother's Love As Substitute for Divorce try. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, from Yalta on." She also takes They are not even a sabre to

national chair advantage of his politics to denounce -rattle. Actually, they are a

THE beautiful tribute to :Mary, the The communists have constantly "'DOME'S prohibition of divorce produces such Intoler- man of the republicans and demo- 'sword over Castro's head."

of God, in this month of May threatened to fill the heavens with i de ** able situations that she has invented a thing called party has proclaimed crats alike as not being supine Such nonsense was solemnly

is certainly a star in heavens //darkened by struction. Our Blessed Lady has promised :Nullity, which is simply a substitute. Why not be honest this enough to soviet power In the reprinted in a prominent editorial -
in "black page" of our history space in the St. Louis
the missile-rattling :May Day celebrationof to shower God's grace upon the world if :and use the word divorce?" attitude
tones in the of "Smith Act trials, the Rosen. Post Dispatch. It was followed
the communists. Our Blessed Lady we become people of prayer and penance.The Nullity is not a substitute for divorce. Nor did the "
April "PolitIcalt berg executions, McCarthy, the Up In his syndicated column by
warned the world at Fatima that Russia May Day of the communists shouldbe Church invent it. American law has it, Affairs." Comrade paid informers, and proved per Drew Pearson in early April

could very well be an instrument of jus- a warning to us that if we do not heed Ai English law has it. No society that has Flynn's jurers." saying that "in order to prevent -

tice inflicted on a world which had turnedits the words of Fatima, communism will rule marriage could possibly do without it. leading articleis Inquiry Into the reasons for war in the Caribbean" of.

back on her Son. It was not 0 u r the world. f Marriage results from an agreement to entitled this suddenly supercourageousattitude ficial Washington would be

Blessed intention to be ..o contract. Unless a man and a the comrades and to have soviet
Lady's a prophetessof However, our May processions and marry, a up a r allelism by pleased troops

doom in appearing at Fatima. Ratherit other devotions in honor of Our Lady are J %I woman have agreed to be husband and their friends will soon discover stay there permanently.In .

was a plea from a mother's heart urging beautiful reminders that the :Mother of wife, God will not make them so, and the Louis F. Budenzand that it is due to the wave after Lao, the "coalition ROT-

her children to do penance lest they perish God stands ready to present the peace offering state will not make them so. There may is wave of appeasement argumentation eminent" il! being turned into

because of the crimes of men and nations. -our> offering of and be a spectacular wedding ceremony, news- Democracy. It devotedto In our general press. a communist satrapy, as always -
peace prayer the task
arrogant linkingthe the
Whether satisfaction will be made bya penance-to her Divine Son in reparationfor paper descriptions, long life together, chil President of the United continued We are collapse witnessing of American is the case.

free or enslaved world is a decision the the crimes of mankind.The dren-but if there was no contract, the States, because of a statementof hop and the contln- Rather than observing the
people of the world must make. couple are not married: what looks like a his concerning his this blunder we made in agreeingto
justice of God will demand satis- agreement ed confirmation of
There is no doubt that Our Lady is marriage isn't Any doubt about the contract casts a with Khrushchev on the column has! predicted In each such an arrangement, and
faction. The of the communistscan
constantly interceding for her children May Day doubt upon the marriage. Such doubts constantly arise: need for peace with the subservience Instance-In Ked Yugoslavia* condemning Soviet Russia for
be seen as a partial fulfillment of the playing the usual lying communist -
and the beautiful tributes that we offerto they must be settled. to the kremlin of the Cuba, and Laos. :'
her in the month of May are important prophecy of Our Lady of Fatima.It That is what the law of nul- use contraceptives what they communist conspiracy in this Let us see what is happeningand game, the WashingtonPost
are entering into is not mar- of April 24 In a banner
reminders of the part that Our Blessed is our hope and prayer that our :lity-Church law, state law- country. what comments are rallied
riage. article on 1 declares that
Lady continues to play in the salvation of May devotions are in part an answer to I exists for. T.. n '__ _.ft". "' ...._.. ... Hard upon the heels of her in much of our press in excuse "Khrushchev's page shift is due to
in an laiik iisiitiaiio; ,
mankind and of the world. Our Blessed Lady's plea at Fatima.I Does that read like a lot of the authority iiiiyui, state or Church, statement comes the almost for the communists' acts. Peking's pressure."
legal hair-splitting? If so, think exultant contribution by the First of all, there is the case
requires some special form to Poor Khrushchev has his
again. Supposing it were mysterious Daniel Mason to of soviet Cuba. The great
Father David PageHere's : be observed just to make garb again dry-cleaned for fur
proved that either the man or uTheVorker" of April 23. theory' put forward by the
sure! It is so with marriage.If ther double-crossing. The New
the girl was already marriedand Therein he asserts that the Washington Post and the New
the parties do not observe York Time* of the same date
had a partner living some frustration of "the ultraright"is York Times is that the Cubans
; How to Recognize VocationsPERHAPS the rules, t he authority con- speaks in like terms, assertingthat
I where else, what then? Or If now evidenced by their should be rescued by "self-
cerned will declare that thereis "the Vietnamese communIsts -
they were too closely related? "fury" against official Wash liberation." Every man with
there Is no prob There Is food and Pius XI in his where no marriage.For embrace the Chinese doctrine -
more raw encyclical letter I One has known of cases ington. any reason in his head knows
preoccupies the material In the world than the "Ad Catholic Sacerdotil"outlines two people fell in love only to the Church the prin- The "ultra-right" h the that this is impossible under of aggressive war as

high school junior or senior present population will ever the virtues and qualities be told by the father of one cipal rule Is that a Catholic amalgamated Red name for communist rule! especially with against premier Khrushchev'sm

more than the question, "What need and yet through human expected in every Priest: that the other was his child must be married In the presence all those who oppose Corn. soviet troops in the land. That cautious strategy of
shall I be." Every Catholic mismanagement, misunderstanding "The Priest must teach the too: supposing the wedding had of his Priest munUm'a works. theory therefore constitutes a 'peaceful coexistence.

boy, particularly if he is in a or malice, millions go truth of faith by the example i already taken place? I have given the barest out- To keep up with the communIst "whitewashing" of soviet Russia As to Yugoslavia, despite

Catholic high school, considersat to bed hungry each night. of his own life. Detach. In either of these cases state line of the law of nullity. Upon leaders, their friends and the permanent turningof Tito's complete betrayal of the

one time or other Christ's Similarly in regard to voca- ment from earthly goods en- :and Church would declare the every point there is more to seek to provide a close competition our backs on the Cuban United States by joining the

Priesthood as a possible life tions, God invites sufficient ables the Priest to devote him- union null. For the Church be said. I have said a lot of It in brazenness. In the April people. soviet bloc at its Berlin meetIngs

work. For Christ our Lord expects numbers of young men to be- self to external things there is a further possibilityone in a book called Nullity of "New World Review", (formerly But in late March, John C. both the Wa htn< ton Post

a certain number of boysto come "other Christs." things divine and enduring. I of the parties may be a Marriage in which the Church known as "Soviet Russia To- Wiley, a retired American dip- of April 24 and the New York

grow up and enter His Some boys knowingly and Filled with the Holy Ghost Priest or bound by solemn Law is compared with the law day") Mrs. Cyrus S. Eaton lomat, came forward In the Times! of the next day came out

Priesthood, to become partners willfully reject the grace of avocation Priests become in a true sense vows. of England and the law of writes on her "Grandfatherand Washington Post with a fur- for aid to him. Of that more

with Him in bringing the but there are many bearers of Christ the true In other words, there ii no New York State.I Karl Marx." It appears that ther unique proposal.It will be said.

graces of salvation to man- others who do not even recog- Saviour of the World." contract unless both parties hope I have said enough this grandfather, the editor of was that the United States But for the present, we mightall

kind.The nize that they are offered sucha 2. Pray to God earnestly that are free to make it. Further, here to show that nullity is an Ohio paper, was a great ad- encourage the presence of blister Washington with

divine I Priesthood! priceless privilege. He may give the strength and they must make It freely- NOT a substitute for divorce: mirer of communism's founder. soviet troops in Cuba in orderto letters against help to this

however I!* not for everyone.Into Boys who sincerely wish to light to make a correct deci they must really intend to divorce takes an existent mar- Mrs. Eaton's real purpose is restrain Castto. We read Yugoslav president for life who

its sacred ranks no one find out whether or not they sion. make it, must not be forced riage and claims to break it. to denounce today's United with amazement: was to have been "democratiz

can intrude himself: have a vocation to the Priest- One cannot emphasize too into H.Sometimes. Nullity shows that no marriage States, asserting that her grand- "Soviet armed forces are in ed' by our billions.

"Neither doth any man take hood might consider. the fol. much the advantages of a force can be exists.

the honor to himself, but he lowing pointers: withdrawing for a few days ]proved easily enough the There are certain Instances

that Is called by God as Aaron l.Have a clear and deep understanding from the distractions and allurements 1 bride's father may have been -non-consummation, Pauline Father Led J. Trese iEmotional

was." (Heb. 5:4): ). of the inner life of the world and I sitting in the front pew witha Privilege-where the Church

In those precious last hours of the Priesthood. Too often ask God to make known His : shotgun. But there are other does allow the ending 0 fan Threats to Faith Recited B

before the Passion, Christ, con- high school boys see only the will in the solitude of a re ]possibilities to be investigatedlike existent marriage. We should

fiding with His Apostles, said: externals. treat. Don't hold yourself back the influence of a strong- know about these.
"You have not chosen me, The inside story of God's from God. Be ready to make willed parent: It is not unknown The moment a man and a of faith may result The danger Is more acute If tlonal problem. We may ha'ebeen

but I have chosen you; and call will surely inspire in any sacrifices necessary to follow : for a son or daughterto woman have made the con LOSS intellectual pride or God's law Is a barrier to some- genuinely hurt by a

have appointed you, that you heroic boys the qualities of His will. 1 be utterly incapable of say tract, the marriage exists. But from habitual l sin. There is an. thing which this individual Priest. in the

should go, and should bring self-sacrifice and generosity so 3. :Finally, have a regular j ing no. if they do not consummate it, other potential danger to faith wishes to do. Profiting by progress .

I forth fruit, and your fruit necessary for any Priest. ('onfrs or. Speak to him frank- It hardly seems worth adding the Pope may terminate it. If which may The person may hesitate to science of psychology, seminaries

should remain." (John 15:16): ). The inside story of the Priest- ly about your abilities and that unless it is an agreementto he does, the marriage no longer arise from the rebel directly against God. make a _scrupulous effortto
sign of emotional
A personal invitation to be- hood is a story of deep and shortcomings, your sins and marry there is no marriage. exists. Both are free to marry emotions rather However, there Is a less spot any
in candidates
come Christ's partner i nth e abiding faith of trusting hope virtues, your likes and dis Marriage is the union of a again. than from august father-figure close at instability

salvation of mankind is a sub- and burning love-a story in likes.:" man and a woman for life, anda Only after consummation, the intellect or -1\ hand: the pastor.! A person the priesthood.
lime and noble privilege.If which the Priest by his vows He is God's representative primary object of the Institution says Canon Law, is the mar the senses.This with a repressed hostility to Good personal

there is a shortage of of chastity and obedience has for you and His only interest of marriage is the bring riage of Christians a symbolof is the his own father will find it extremely and a fair degree' of prudence

Priests it is due not to the pledged that no earthly possessions Is your welfare and happiness. ing of children into the world. the union of Christ and His danger facedby difficult to establish a are high on the list of reqnl-

number called by God but bodily pleasures, or self Be open and frank with him An agreement to marry only Church. the person comfortable relationship with sites for a pHestlf Y&catlon.

rather to the fewness! of will can ever turn his heart and in return he will help you for a number of years, or until What Is called Pauline Privilege -who, Iii child his pastor. He will be hyper. However, no screening process -

tho>e who respond to His 1 away from God or from His to know what is God's will for the couple have had enough, ts is rather more complex.It hood, has hada critical of the pastor and re ist- Is foolproof. Even If this

call. service. you. not an agreement to mar r y. exists because St. Paul saysit n unsatisfactory tant to the pastor's requestsand were not so we Priests are

And if they decide always to is allowed ((1 Cor. 7, 15)). relationship -i-.,." directives. human. We have our faults,
share of mistakes.It .
we make our
with his or her father.
----- ---
Unless the Priest possesses Is not too surprising If we
Father Michael V. Gannonley'
With JL father who Is a cold
i Father Patrick O'Connor exceptional tact, the day may sometimes do something whichis
and rigid sort of person, perhaps the
when parishioner
I come
offensive to a parishioner.
harsh and

': GREAT CHAPTERS IN FLORIDA/ t' New, Priests Ordained Aid tainly even brutal will develop, a child a almost feeling cer-of tor quarrels, then openly crowns with his rebellionby his church.pas be Faults clashes aside of, there personality.still may It

staying from
away does sometimes happen that
hostility towards his father.In .
4! There 1 Is hardly a parish in two Individuals each a fine ;
CATHOLIC HISTORY Refugees to Oppose many Instances the childis
afraid to admit this feeling the land which does not haveat person In his own right, will
----'----- least one man who Is an ex- find themselves quite Incom.
-- into the realm of consciousness.
young men who came as refugees from north Catholic because he "had a and Irritating to each
Easter season of 1963 worthy reasons. Dispossessedof Of the ceremonies of landing SIXTEEN He represses his hostil- patible
THE nearly nine years ago were among the 20 fight with the pastor." other.If.
the 450th anniversary a governor's office in Puerto there is no record. I n any ity into his subconscious mind
ordained to the Priesthood at Saigon in south Vietnamnear faith It basically
Sometimes there Is overt
; of the discovery of Florida Rico, he Bet out to find wealth event there could have been and on the conscious level as- no
the end of because there Is we do not allow our
by Juan Ponce de Leon. It and power and that myster. no offering of Mass, becauseno April. lage were in the crowded ca Sure everyone, Including him quarrel no strong,

was Ponce, of course who gave ious Fountain! in virgin Priest was with the party. They had entered prepara- thedral to see him ordained. self, that he loves his father. personal contact. The rebel resentments! whatever their
lands that he tory seminaries in the north as However does still may abandon Mass and source, to turn us away from
Florida Its name. Impressed by thought lay to Some historians conjecturethat Other newly ordained repression
here the east. youths, when the communistled not eliminate. The buried the sacraments with t the excuse God.
the abundance of flowers on landing Ponce may Priests celebrated Mass likewIse -
he named the new land Pascua According to the best estimates have solemnly recited the sim- Vietminh were waging the that day In churches hostility still exerts strong "I can't stomach that We do not "punish" God because

I I Florida-"Easter of the Flow- Ponce touched land ple prayer said to have been eight-year war against French filled with their fellow ref pressure upon ihe emotions. man," (meaning the pastor, of we are tempted to be

ers"-contracted since to Flor- somewhere on the upper east used by Columbus, and from Union forces. Seminary life Unfortunately, in later life course). angry at some Priest. We do

4 coast of the present territoryof whom personally Ponce may was not always tranquil then. ugees. this hostility I is likely to be This fallen-away CatholicIs not punish our pastor becausehe

ida.Ponce's 1513 voyage of discovery Florida. have learned it: Sometimes mortar fire thuddedin On the ordination morninga ventilated towards anyone who unaware that he is tryingto reminds us, obscurely, of

was not a chapter In The date was sometime be- "Almighty and Eternal Lord the distance and machine- whole chapter of the modern presents the Image of father- get back at his own father our own father.

\I Catholic history. It was more tween the second and eighthof God Who by Thy Sacred Word guns chattered, while they Catholic history of Vietnam lay hood. by "punishing" the pastor-and With our faith fortified by

like a preface. April. We do not know very hast created heaven, earth, and tried to study Latin grammar.A unfolded cathedral in the rose-red here. twin- God, by His very nature, is ultimately God Himself. charity, we do for the disagreeable
spired Priest what we would do
lIe came here for less much about the event. sea, blessed and glorified be ceasefire came with the a father-image. The adult who This does not mean that Just
The ordaining prelate for who hai of-
Thy Name and praised be Thy GeneVa agreements of July, was has a submerged resentment because we feel a stirring of any person
RANGE BUT Majesty, and grant that 1954, but the north was handed Archbishop Paul Nguyen van against his own father may be resentment against a particular offended us: we pray for him
Sinn of the first Viet- and recommend him to God'i
TRUE through Thy humble servant over to the communists. Saigon tempted to transfer his resent- Priest, we therefore are
Little-Known Facts (for Thy Sacred Name may be the namese to hold that post. ment to God the Father. suffering from an acute emo- mercy.In .
Already Bishops foresaw the meantime we happily
Four of the newly ordained
By M. J. MURRAY ****.!tIS.1fC."' a**.**+* known and preached in this that under communist
________ other part of the world. Amen" were born in the south, which continue to fulfill our religious
southern rulr these young students has its own glorious history Question Box duties. We know that one
Taking a course
would have little hope of of faith and martyrdom. The Priest 1% not the Church, much
down the coast, Ponce sailed
reaching the Priesthood less Is he God.Catholic.
others were born in Hanoi
past the Florida Reefs, which Your Doesn'tNeed
So, in the summer of 1954 Daughter
he named The Martyrs, "be Phat-Dlem, Bui-Chu', Th i-Btnh,
cause the high rocks looked ata ahead of the mass flight of ref Langson, Vinh and rfunghoa.

distance like men who are ugees, junior seminarians were These are great names
evacuated to the -south. Improper ApprovalQ.
suffering," and rounded the from Vietnam's' Catholic past,
"I came south with the others -
key!!! more than three centuries of May a Catholic mother
He sailed up the west coastof from the Hanoi 'little s m-
the peninsula to what may inary1 in July, 1954," said newly missions and martyrs. and father attend the wedding Questions should be addressed .

have been the present site of ordained Father= Joseph Nguyenvan They are great names today, of their daughter whois to: Question Box,

Pensacola..Igain :khan a native of Langson when hidden heroes and hero- being married by a justiceof The Florida Catholic P.O. P.it.L4 very IridayrLOlllDA

he turned south. near the Chinese border. ines keep the faith I n those the ? Box 3551, Orlando, Flor1 a. CATHOLIC PRESS. In*

TX MKWMfff SOClfffCfMO7WO ward May 3rd, and "About a month later, my father -places under the yellow-starred peace P.O. IU* 3511 GArde. 1-Sill
on lit Eatt Colonial Dii,.. Orlando
and mother and three sisters -red flag of the Vietnamese com A. Definitely no. Attendanceat
anchored at or near Charlotte too often that Catholic parents! Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada
Bay. This bay Has to bear his came, with most of my munists. such a ceremony gives silent $4.00 per rear; other countries
? approval to what is attend such a ceremony be- I(.00.
'earsBahtaJuan village. An American ship The congregation that filled taking
81 hER OrtvcxTro woo* I name for many ) place. cause they do not want to alien. Tho Florida Catholic it a member
SN ftOMOIIWG'ft Ponce. brought them. the cathedral was a cross sec ate their children. Better that tt too Catholic Pr... Associationand
7141 mui e.- -_.. .- Here he had a bloody encounter They were some of the more tion of Vietnamese Catholics. The young woman Is aboutto the children be alienated the National Catholic Welfare
b p'e- with Indians, and decided than 600,000 Catholics who Many of the refugees In the enter into a sinful union. from the parents than and Conference.).Martin New publisher Service.' representa Bogner

:* .- THIS VIVID PlCTURC O* 1 4trRIC.I' to retdrn_ to Puerto Rico. fled from the north for freedom church had risked death by Some might say that the hurt alienated forever from God.A the. Entered a* aocond class malt
lc \ Mtsi4IN IMC OCMONS FROMIRELAND Ponce's voyage had not beena to practice their Faith communist bullets or drowning feelings by not attending is Way 1. lIitJ, at Orlando. Florida
=:: FHOMU. absence under the Act of March I, 1179.
\ IftAKCH MOSEOCLLMBtRMIAl parent's front
IT missionary adventure. and to save their children' in. 1954-55 to escape to the nothing compared to the scandal
L 'XAST1C \ 4 17CrNTURYLircoriwtSAiHT. that I is given. such a ceremony is a
faith. south. strong EB
cost Itn'CuLVI4 _ Although a Catholic, he had
CHfFCRWT RANKS IMTut not ennobled his enterprisewith Father Joseph's parents fin. After the ordination the sun Catholic parents are boundto reminder to the Catholic party Father '.1..... r.. Smith
CHURCH* RAacxy.|| any purposes specifically ished their long pilgrimage before lit scene outside the cathedralwas make every effort to discourage -Involved as to the seriousnessof Kxecutlvo Editor

religious. The first missionary his ordination. His father like that of an Easter such a union and their such a sinful union. I certainly Cditorc! MUe .!... .,.1..

SiGffimS THf M TKIPIC A*M&ISHOfHHtlt chapter would come later. To died in 1958, and his moth. morning In a Catholic city. last chance comes by way of hope that the Catholic )I.rk"A.. IltllwlrJonrph

**rH 1htC COtt&AIS CWMJJ Ponce's credit it was he who. er the year after. Around each newly ordained their refusing* to attend sucha parents of whom you speak AdrtrtlMng! A. Manager KoUr

I USfD OHCf 9f int would write it. His sisters and his refugee Priest gathered a happy, wed ceremony. have the fortitude to do whatis

_Next week: The First Priests) friends from the old home vil-, crowd of relatives and friends. Unfortunately, It happens all right in this instance. Friday, May io: 1963ocCmenv

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The Florida Catholiday, Iay 10,, 1963 Page FIvNORTH .

Asa Parent Have You

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Asked These Questions ? T -t e a r t a, M*c w' er


YOU are an intelligent, that all young boys have your child so chosen if it is His Christ and through Him, for

Catholic parent only his never ended. willGive Him your humble us. In truth, they could do no '

Your son has told you More and more he finds himself gratitude. less, for God has made His _

that he is thinking of be- thinking about the Priest Secondly, ask God to aid you love a part of them. iS ::
hood. At this! point, the Impor \S
coming a Priest or a Brother, In helping your child choose There are many groups of SS .5 S
or your daughter has told tant thing is that your son the right vocation. Priests, Brothers and Sisters. ,
have been called by God.
you that she is entering a may What I is the real reason men How can your child choose
convent. You should urge him to talkto become Priestsand girls, Sis- correctly? xt
tiP. ., .
Priest at ", k
a once.Don't ters? -,-' In many instances your
Your duty as a parent is
think the Priest will"push" Because Christ, for reasons child will be attracted to a cer Pr'
to help your child make the him into a seminary.Far known only to Himself, chooses tain form of priestly or reli- !

right decision. from it. The Priest will this boy: or that girl to carryon gious life. If not, you should 'S a :' 1IS

The following will guide do some plain and cautious His work here on earth. speak to a Priest on this ques-

you in this task by answer- talking to try and learn if Remember; he said: "I have tion or advise your child to do ,

ing many of the questionsyou your boy really has been chosen chosen yon: you have not so.What T it' ... ," ,." ., .&-

will ask.A by God. chosen me." specific qualifications k .. /t '* rJ't''J" & t:, xatk.nt O' a> '
vocation? How If It is your daughter, the need a boy or girl have to be \!; "
can your With most people, self-love, .S* fit, P :w ..
Sister will do the accepted?
son be sure? same.
self-satisfaction is the major ..
He cannot be absolutely certain What should you do if the governing force in life. Those 1. The right intention, meaning .
not yet anyway. Priest helleres' your child hag who have the true desire to serve j,55:
religious vocationare
He "feels" rather than a vocation to the religious life? more selfless. Their basic God in every way. ; ; 4 :; : jaod

knows. lIe didn't experiencethe First, pray! This is most Important drive Is love of God and neigh- 2. Normally good health so S

blinding vision of St. Paul. Ask God to give light the work of the religious life : M llt# ') 4 ,' #'t
Maybe It was a book, a friend, and strength to your child. Tell bor.They devote their lives to can be accomplished.

or the hero-worship for Priests God you are happy to have you and me. They live for 3. Average school grades, but
let the seminary or preparatory
/ t 3t school decide on this point. + >
S 4. Frequent reception of the AMERICAN COLLEGE STUDENTS PRAY TIlE ROSARY ._ _

t Sacraments. Seminarians at the North American College above in the chapel for prayer and meditation or seek the quietof

What about expenses at a pace the athletic field, saying their rosary. At other the library for spiritual reading. And the athletic
4Js I
H ; seminary? times, the young men studying to be our Priests gather courts are turned over to active recreation.
I NO seminary is costly. The

4 rates are actually well below

what is really spent to clothe, A St. Augustine
p educate and feed your child.

x.4 : ax Some seminaries have rates to

i #r ;. r t { ; be paid at specific times. a 1 1'tI: xxt:
> M 4 Others have plans to fit the
family budget. Still others are MCDONALD'S

without cost, where this is
P 3 ; As /, by possible. ti&Li; REXALL STORE

+ a Your child will never be de- x ,ru a

1 nied entrance because of lack 47 King StreetST.

4q of money, nor will he ever be
1E made to appear or feel differ- AUGUSTINEVA

( ft a P ; ent from others because he
7xa cannot afford tuition costs. t

} In seminaries for parish es'A 4.1687

rr" # t <. >> Priests the Bishop usually ,
; i 4 3 I! lends the money to the sem- s {b. } + -
inarian who repays it after his

; xsrit ordination. SOLDJ
What of all the sacrifices required -

ifi I ?

f kS'' Sacrifices* Every good t d
I + ;nI life requires sacrifices, as you >

i yourself know. i
{ .
w1 ) I i The married life is a won- f I
6 derful vocation-but it is not PAGAN ROME GAVE WAY TO CHRISTIANITYA Your products when yon
L m- without great sacrifices at seminarian from our Diocese muses about the fall of pagan Rome-he can I advertise them often In

i te ai 41 = hk times. If personal sacrifice is see the ruins (above) of the Roman Forum on a trip from his nearby North American Tilt; FLORIDA CATHOLIC

t demanded for successful married College.

I r ; life, surely sacrifice must
I f -Ata E1+ ware' .4 worth a thousand worldly de- scientific and economic studiesin parents of their members
1 be present in the religious life.
tt pia\s.\ addition to his philosophicaland The diocesan Priest is free to
Certainly your boy is deny-
t:' # ing himself some natural If Christ asks for sacrifices, theological work. He will use his own funds for such a

pleasures and worldly pursuits, we know that Christ will not be given a basic education sim- purpose and, of course, many .t
ilar to that given boys in other diocesan Priests are helping
be outdone In generosity.
but think of his rewards. Every !F 0 i:
fine schools and also equal if their in this
ya parents way.
,.. priestly action he performsthe What is the best time for 316Ubiet
N NORTIioN Masses he offers, the your boy to enter a seminary not superior, to it. Is there really a shortage of
CHAPEL, COLLEGE, ROME Sacraments he gives are The Church provides both Over and above this he will vocations in the world?

II'Ji L be trained in the work properto There certainly Is! In most
"""/r <.:::;r'is. Priests.
\.lC C(1,, : every parish in the land the
\) ., Not will he be
CATHOLIC ., only preparedto heeds are both overwhelmingand

.f. $ '. teach men eternal truths, increasing. Where will the ?
M r but should he leave the semi Priests and Sisters of tomorrowcome Budgeting

\ i CAMPING i :e nary these years will not have from if your sons and

J4X NO\\\: DIOCESE OF ST. AUGUSTINE J t been wasted. He will be well daughters are not encouragedto Use Our Low Cost
r equipped to take his place answer when God calls

CAMP SAN PEDRO among the best educated Amer- You have been blessed by Plan
Write Rev. Fr. H. J. ReasonP. icans. having sons and daughters.

O. Box 865, MaUland, Fla. How many years must a You want all of your childrento You can keep an accu-
seminarian study? find their true place in life.

GOOD COUNSEL CAMP As many years as a doctor, But how blessed you will be rate record of your spending -

Write Rev. Fr. Philip Halstead lawyer or advanced physicist.When if one of your own flesh and
end really keep fo
P. O. Box 13916 Gainesville. Ha. ordained, your boy has: blood is chosen: by God to cooperate

had four years high school, with Him in the salva- your budget with: ours
four years college and four tion of Itrimortal souls.
?imp I I. checking account
years of postgraduate theol- You must remember that

ogy 12 years in all. In addition God works through men and system.

T orders add a year or women, using all humanityand
two in a novitiate. nature for His own ends. St. Augustine

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Father John J. Castelot >? > iH':: ': Law is Triumph of Reason

-- Over Force Educator SaysBUFFALO

Divine Protection is Psalm's PleaIT ,

(NC-A Catholic college president said

Is not at all unusual to find technical matters, but they do clearly manifested and His here in a law day address that law is "the triumph of

abrupt switch of theme or contribute to an intelligent use peace most comfortably expe- reason over force." the awful climax and catastro-
I -
mood or sentiment within one of the psalm in question. rienced: ; tL* : 1 '. Father James J. McGinleySL phe of Hitler's might, which

E and the same psalm. 0 f ten And p*>alm 20 is a very One thing I ,ask of the LORD; t president of Canisius College was the victory of will over

enough the moving prayer, in both its 1 lhis I seek: To dwell in the told an audience of law- reason," he commented.

psalmist may Ia..ts. ]house of the LORD all the t ; jers and judges at the Erie "Every philosophy of law

turn from terror That psalm begins with the i days of my life, That I may County courthouse that the faces the same inexorable alternative -

to confidence -! sure declaration: ]gaze on the loveliness of the founding fathers summed up : either law' is reason

or froma I The LORD is my light and :LORD and contemplate his c $T "the essence of law and ci\ili- based on natural right, or law

meditationon my salvation; whom should I i temple ((4)). : I fl zation" in the words of the is will based on mere force,"

nature to fear? The LORD is my life's This prayer is answered In .' Ii- declaration o f independence: Father McGinley said.

reflections o n refuge; of whom should I be ;a i striking way for us who were "".e hold these truths ."
the law. But afraid? ;!incorporated into the Church, I "They held them as an Intellectual

there is such a 1, Light is a favorite biblical .the Mystical Body of the Lord, 14 conviction," he said. BEACH MEMORIAL

complete difference figure for peace and security. ;at our:baptism.Vetrnlr "This was a judgment of CHAPELSt.

be- In an age when artificial \ ) do d\ftU'ln His reason. They held these Petersburg-..eh 160-4177

tween the first and second light was scarce and poor, house and gaze upon' His : L- truths because they are true.

parts of psalm 26 that they darkness was terrifying. On the )loneliness all the days of our ; > This is mind at work." SEMINOLE BEACH

must originally have been highways one had only the Ih'ps. 2w_ Itio. The only alternative to lawas MEMORIAL CHAPELSt.
sep- -
......... Petersburg au.""
arate poems. In the first part pale effulgence of the moon (if The second part of psalm 26 .- a product of reason. Father

1-6, which the confraternity there was a moon) to guide his is an anguished cry for help, McGinley declared, is law as

edition labels A, the psalmistIs steps, and brigands could but the anguish is relieved by RESURRECTION CLUB INSTALLS, JACKSONVILLEFather a product of force-the notion

exultingly confident of divine strike without warning. touching expressions of hope Matthew Connelly (above) congratulates officers of his Resurrection that "might is right. "IJ 1-.1 18I'

protection.In Within the walls of cities such as the following: parish Women's Club in Jacksonville following their installation by Mrs. Eugene "".e have seen in our time ,. II. Craig Keadal L. Bennett

the second, B ((7-14)), he Is and towns the situation was Though my father and mother Darche, seated at left. Installed were, from left, standing, Mrs. Ambrose T. Robbins, Ambulance Service

crying out from the depths of not much better. Danger forsake me, yet will the president; Mrs. William A. Good Jr., Mrs. Benjamin R. Geraghty, Mrs. Charles E. Assistant NamedROME VA 4.1673

great distress and apparently lurked at every corner in every LORD receive me ((10)). Roessler; and seated, Mrs. Norman E. Mills. ST. AUGUSTINE
(XO) Father Ray:
mortal peril. murky alley. And the psalmist's confidencethat

Even though his prayer Is How natural, then, that light God will save his life has C.P.A. Convention Told mond Lessard of Fargo has
been named assistant superiorof
shot through with confidence, should come to be used as a been taken over by the Churchas
the school of the
it certainly reflects a situation figure for divine protectionand a fervent act of faith in the graduate

quite different from that of the its resultant warmth and certainty of eternal happinessfor Catholic Comeback will Thwart North Rome, it American was announced College hereby In

first six verses. The poetic safety (salvation)! the just:

structure of the second part Is But the psalmist yearns for I believe that I shall see the Its rector, Archbishop Mar-
Red Plan Win Latin AmericaMIAMI tin J. O'Connor.
different, too; it is composed of even more! concrete assur bounty of the LORD 1 nth e to

two stanzas of four verses eachas ance. land of the living ((13)). Father Lessard, formerly secretary -

against two stanzas of three He longs to spend his days BEACH (NC-The present Catholic comeback in Latin America will help of the late Aloisius Car- 'A MODERN ilMRAt, HCVF:

verses in the first part. within the temple precincts, prevent a communist takeover of that area, a Priest recognized as an authority on dinal Muench, will take over

I These are admittedly rather where God's presence is most Message Asks ForPersecution's inter-American problems has the post in August. He replaces Mopad A. M.* d
Father Considine said that olic Press Association and the
said here. Father Charles P. Ess- 649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862-6503
End "this relatively new Church in agencies which serve our Cath-
Father John J. Considine man, who returns to Columbus, ST. PETERSBURGKYLEMcLELLAN
Latin America" is regarded by olic newspapers and magazinesto
WASHINGTON (XC) A M.M., told a general session of Ohio.
Jnc. some people as representativeof consider the launching of a
Atngfon fl'9ernora/CAapJ, message from 41 American religious the recent Catholic Press Association the "new society" there. 10-year> plan for the specialized

leaders urging an end convention that the Father Considine said that information and education of INC.
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souri, who had said: tinental takeover." 50 Years as Priest GRISSOM FUNERAL HOMEPhone

FUNERAL DIRECTOR The message "should put The director of the Latin "This is the great goal," he WASHINGTON (NC) Father 847-3131

the soviets on notice that America Bureau, National stated "of the subcommitteefor Francis J. Connell C.SS.R., KISSIMMEE"OLDEST

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propaganda words" to prove asserted that when this century of our U.S. Bishops gians, on May 21 will mark 50 Under Same Name and 2ianagement

that religious freedom exists ends, Red leaders will Committee for Latin America.The years in the Priesthood by of-
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La ettmd. Florida Phone 682.0 III I I It says that while all the Latin American world." set by CICOP is a commitment ed the Redemptorists In 1908 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE.
major churches are "hard The Priest said the forma-
great or small of and was ordained to the Priest. TAMPA FLORIDA
pressed" in the Soviet Union, tion of the Latin American every Catholic of the United hood in 1913. He has spent 7.

: none has suffered "the extra- Episcopal Council (CELAM) States to some form of cooperation most of his Priesthood teach

Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc ordinary disabilities inflictedon at the conclusion of the Inter with the Church In ing Priests and seminarian*., .

Judaism and its followers." national Eucharistic Congress, Latin America."Its He was dean of the schoolof BRETT FUNERAL -I-tO'Mc _

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figures in St Louis. They Include resurgence of Catholicism. .I*
various forms of material cooperation 1949 to 1957; and is now dean

T. R. Downs President D. W. Ford L.F.D. Joseph Cardinal Ritter, "Thus today in Latin Amer. such as providing for religious! communities at

Archbishop of St Louis/, Dr. ica practically one out of every personnel or financial assist the university.

1045 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg Phone 8623609F. Edwin T. Dahlberg, past presi- three Bishops rules a See thatis ance, are outside CICOP's (Since the close of the first

dent of the National Council of less than eight years old. scope." session of the Second Vatican 4815 William Central T. Tower Avon Thomas Si. P.tsribniy i* Brett

Churches; Rabbi Ephraim Ep Latin America is an area of In the search for Inter. Council, Father Connell spoke CstZ.lI. Owned and Operated

stein, president of the St Louis many young Church leaders, American amity, the press can informally in Tampa to an audIence

H. Osgood Telephone Rabbinical Association; Father all of them fired with a play a major role, "in many of Priests of the Diocese:

Paul C. Reinert S-L, president zeal for a new day that will ways the key role," Father who were Invited to Our-Ladyof TELEPHONE NE 6-2441' P. O. BOX 423a1u1i
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Funeral Director of St. Louis University; and present the Church to Latin Considine said. Perpetual Help parish to

Monsignor Daniell\loore. editorof America and the world as a He stated that the Catholic hear his assessment of' the

the St. Louis Review, arch- militant champion of the rightsof Bishops' Committee for Latin work done thus far In the ecumenical

Osqood- Funeral Home diocesan newspaper. the lowly ." America is asking the Cath- council). Jlimrernl :{01ttt

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St Bernard 8, 10 Bicred Heart 10:30 St. Mary 7. I. 11:10 6:30, 8. 9:30. 11 I I
High School Auditorium 11 Holy Name I, 9:30. 11, 12:10 St. John 9:30MELBOURNE 7:10. I, 10:11. 11:80
Good Counsel I:IS Transfiguration I:10 Lady of Lourdes 8, I, 10. 11 6:15 8, 9, 10, 11:18. 12:11 -
BAKTOW: MONTICKLLO: : : School I:li. 10:15 ... .. --
St. Thoma. 3:10. 10:10 Philip HAWTHOKNBSt Nert 10:30 St. Margaret II SEMINOLE: ARK Robert A. FMt Wra. C Z JotrrnTra
Blessed Sacrament Funeral Director ;/ Funeral Directorf -
UtUBEftBy (See SEMINOLE AREA) HIGH SPRINGS Queen of Peace 7:30, 9, 10:11
TA Center St. Madeleine Bar&t 8 8. 9:15. 10:li. 11:10 .,
':15, 8:45 Sophia NEW gMTRNA BEACH ..... ,
St. Thtree St. Jerome 8, 10 St Michael ". 10:30STAILKE &
BRADKXTOHSt. t INTERLACHEX St. Rita 10 ; ,''sf:m, f$!: Jour,19an
Joseph 7. 8, 9:15. 10:30.11:45 Mission St. Edward 10 FUNERAL IIOMltf
__ 1..It.ti. Bleed Trinity 7. 9:10. 11:10
1th:! Av. Chapel C. l:4
.- ",, 1:....... Nativity 8. t:11. 10:1 of Fatima 7:30. 11:15 St. Mary I Bled Trinity I. II:10. 11Holy
ALLEN SUMMERHilL INC. BROOKS"ILLJI: 7.8: :.5. 2. 9-30. 11, 12:15
St. Anthony 7. 10. 11 Good Shepherd
FUNERAL SERVICE AMBULAXCK Blessed Trinity 7. 9, 11 Immaculate Conception 9 107 Mass. Ave.
BUNSELL: 7. S. 1:15. 10:30. 12
16:! EAST NEW YORK DELANO St. Christ the King St. John 1, 8, ':30. 10: 5. 1% W
Stephen 10:10 St. Andrew ST. CLOUD
Phone 734-4663 Est. 1877' DeRary C6S-4G71 7. 8:30. 10. 11:15 12:30 St Joseph 7. S. ':10, 11
t, 11:15
BCSHNELIi CIO 9-30. 11.
Crucifixion 9:30 St. Jude 7. 8:15 ':30, 11, 12:30 HAnoxAL SELECTED UoKTiCLUii Phone 892-2155 I
St. 1:20CALLAHAN St. Charles
Holy Rosary I. 7. S. 9:30. 11:30 St. Mary ':1;;, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
7:30. 8:30. 1:30, 11. 12
Immaculate St Paul
Our Lady of Consolation .:10C..uP Conception St. James C, 7. S, t, 10. 11. 12
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SIX: PEDRO St. John Vianney
Mot Holy Redeemer St. Raphael 7, 8:30, 10. 11:30
.r Howell Rd. 8CAVOVA 1. 8. '. 10. 11:15. 12:30
,.. Normandy School 8, 10 Tran!figuration
BEACK McCoy Air Base I. 10. 12:30 Eustis & Since 1915
'- Our Lady ot Angels I, 7, t. 11 7:30 I, 10:15, 11:20 Serving Vicinity
.- Holy Name t, 11:11 Orlando Air Ba
-- Paxon High 30
CHUI.UOTA.Sportsman's : 7:30. 9:30. 12:30 TALLAhASSEE:
Club y:20 Resurrection ORMONP: BEACH Ble!!ed Sacrament
JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL CLEARWATER Swisher ud. 7:45. 10:30. U St. Brendan 7:30. 9. 10:30 12 7, 9. 10::0, 11:30
st. Cecelia 6. 7. 8. ,:30, 11. 12:15 Sacred Heart I. 10, 11:15 PALATKASt. Student Center 10, 11:30 Zeller, Kennedy & Hamlin
St. :Matthew ,
St Eugene 9:30
CLEKMONTBlened : Monica 7. 10:45
7. S:30. 1:30, 10:30, 11:30
Sacrament S. .:10, 11 PALM BAY TAMP4Blessed
HOME COCOA BEACH St. Patrick C. 8, 10::0 St. Joseph I. 10 Sacrament 8:30, 11:30 FII&lla
St. Paul T. a:30. 10. 11. 12St mIQMJJ( :
Our Saviour 7:30. I:U, 11 PALMETTO Christ the King
CONWAY: Pius 7, 9, 11 Holy Cross I. 1:30 ':30, 7.43, t, 10:15. 11:30. 12:30
San Jose T.
School Auditorium S:11 9:30. 12 PERRY Kpiphany30, I, 10, 11:30
311 MAIN ST. GAINESVillEHAROLD CRESCENT: CITY JACKSONVILLE: BEACHSt. Immaculate Conception I Good Shepherd 10 326 ORANGE AVENUE- EL 7.2636-7.04662
Paul 7. 8:30, It, 11:10
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St Benedict 7. ':10 Holy Redeemer 7:30. ':30. 11 Clement I. ,:15, 10:30 Perpetual Help 7, I, I. 10. 11
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SERVICINGBAGGETTMcINTOSH Ride.,'Manor 7:30 LAKE: CITY PORT TAMPASt. Joseph' 7. I. I. 10:1. 11:30 Serving St. Petersburg Families For 40 Yean
niYTOXl BEACH Epiphany: 'I, 10 Irnatiu 8 St. Lawrence .
---- Our Lady of Lourdes LAKELAND: QUINCY: 7. I. ". 10. 11:15. U::0 JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., Funeral l Directors
$ k-t 6:0,1:15,10:15,11:15,1:15 St Joseph 7. 8. t. 10. 11. 11 St. Thomas 8ROCKLEDCK W. HillsborouKh ,::0. 11:30
St Paul 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12DE Resurrection 8:30, 10:30 St Patrick <-45.:; 8:30. 10. 11:30 AMBULANCE SERVICE
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St. Ann .:10 Nativity I. 10. 12 RUSKIN: TARPON SPRING
HALIFAX DELA>DSt LIKE WALES St. Ann t, 10:30 St Ignatius 7, 8, 10, 11:30
AREA Peter 1:30.8.10 Holy Spirit 1, 9, 11:30 ST. AUGUSTINE:
DCXIDIX: : Sacred Heart LANARK: 11:30 Cathedral (. 7:30. 9. 10::0. 11::::0 Corpus Christ 7. t. 11
SINCE 1916 Our Lady of Lourdes 7. 830. 10
EAU GALLIK Lady of Rosary; 8. 10 St. Benedict I:30. 9 Teresa 730. 9, 11:30
Ascension I. 10. 11:15
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St. .Ambrose 7. 10:SO (See SE1IL'OLEREA) ST. JOSEPH VENICE
ENGLE WOOD LEESBURG Sacred Heart C:30, 8:30
FUNERAL HOMESW. Epiphany 730. t. 10:30
St. Raphael I St. Paul 'I:30, t. 10:30, 11:30 ST. LEO WINTER GARDEN::
LIVE OAK Abbey Church (:10, ':SO
B. BAGGETT President XUSTIS: City Auditorium 10
St. Francis Xavitr SAFETY HARBOR
=St: Mary, 7:30, 9, 11 |:jo WINTER: HAVEN
BILLY GROOMS Manager LORETTOSt. Esplritu Santo
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Michael 1:30, 11:31 MADISON SIX ANTONIOSt. : WINTER: PARK Rhodes East Chapel 4th St. & 7th
736 S. BEACH 543 HALIFAXCL Ave. North 862-5155.
GAINESVILLE St. Vincent 10 Anthony 7:30. 1:30 St. Margaret Mary
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ells/ of His Confidence in Young t-v -" t: I 1t The t McNultyEnthroned tholidayIaylO,1e&veaBishop -Catechetics I Seminar..


People Giving World Good ExampleBy ; As National Council for Cateche

E.F E.- tics will run a national seminarhere

Susan Lowndes Marques May 1 to July 31 to train

NCWC News Service Tenth Leader diocesan directors of religious

LISBON-Pope John XXIII in a radio broadcast to a national youth rally here has instruction. Priests, religiousand

voiced his."confidence in young people, who hold the world's future in their hands." Of BuffaloBUFFALO J laymen will take part.

me Popes talk, transmitted
carry the doctrine of life to 'God our Lord, may He giveus F
over the
Portuguese national (XC) -Bishop
radio many M>uh far from God light!'" Daytona Beach
network, marked the James A. McNulty was en-
climax ot who await this good news The rally which the Pope
a two-day assembly throned here as the 10th spiritual
eagerly." addressed was a two-day affair While la Dajrtoaa; Beach top at
of Catholic
youths from all over leader of the 116-year-old
He said also: which attracted the young pt6iW KAY'S Restaurant
Portugal. Over 50,000 of them diocese of Buffalo.
stood in Alvalade Stadium on "You are aware of the fact from all over Portugal.*, Three Francis Cardinal Spellman, 734 Main StreetUNEXCELLED
that man has been exposed to hundred busloads alon : came FOOD
a warm late-April Sunday : Archbishop of New York, was
afternoon to hear Pope John's grave dangers in every age, from Oporto, which" is 175.. ."miles, the installing prelate, escort REASONABLE PRICES
even to the point of forgettinghis north of here. HOMEMADE PASTRIES
ing the Bishop to the thronein
origin and his ultimate goal. Present were Archbishop
He asserted that most young St. Joseph's Cathedral and
The greater part of the youthof Maximilian de Fursten1i 'rg. ;;i-
people throughout the world handing him the golden crozier
have all countries seeks in Goda who is papal nuncio to 'Por : Welcome Travelers
turned toward God after symbolic of a Bishop's author-
seeing the inadequacy of other light to guide their steps, tugal, and the Bishops of Por ity. Furniture

certainty of doctrine, peace of tugal. On Sunday morning. Porch and Patio specialties
guides to justice and peace of Bishop McNulty, who came
conscience, and justice and Mass was offered at a temporary Rattan Wrought Iron
conscience."It _
here after six years as auxiliary
charity extending to every altar in the city square by Aluminum
is a great joy for Us to Bishop of Newark and 10 yearsas
order and sector of human co Manuel Cardinal Goncalves Highway I Ormond Beach
greet you affectionately, andit Bishop of Paterson, was installed
existence. Cerejeira, patriarch of Lisbon,
is; a great satisfaction to on May 1. Speaking ata
"Having been the witnessesof Cardinal Cerejeira in his
know that you are showing -- 'r _. -_-_ -4,11......, II' Solemn Pontifical Mass following -
such great interest in examin- inconclusive experiments, sermon said that the young GIRL SCOUTS RECEIVE MARIAN AWARD the enthronement he PRINTINGLetter

ing the social doctrine of the they are turning trustingly by opting for God actively Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan V.F. presents the :Marian award to Girl Scouts from praised the "tremendous powerof Press & Offset
toward God. This is others to seek and
Church thoroughly and such your. encourage Troops 186, 149 and 160 in a recent ceremony at St. Paul Church, Jacksonville; fore- holiness" in the Buffalo di Couchman Printing Co.
school, the program of your work for a better world.
solicitude in bringing it to so- life and of "This is ground, from the left, Beth Bernstein, Theresa :McKeon, Barbara Jean Georges and .I" Mallory, OwnerCL
your apostolate: a meeting not only ocese.Bishop
ciety as a life-giving leaven, 1 McXnlty succeeds 2-4284 $138 Magnolia
Joan Joan Kathleen Sollohub Lou
among yourselves," he said. McCann; middle row, Parker, Mary Hofstetterand
he aid.In ., Barke
Dentist-Missioner "It is a meeting with God, giv- Karen Whipple; background, Kathleen DuChanois, Susan Kloski, Karen Hutto Bishop Joseph A. as
this connection he expressed head of this diocese whose
to lives." and Kathleen :McCann.
pleasure in the young NEW YORK (\C)-Dr. PaulS. ing meaning your Catholic population totals POWDER PUFF

people's avowed goal of apply. Lalonde, dentist-mhsioner$ The Cardinal stressed that Joe Williams 887,928.

ing the principles set down in has been awarded the Benem- man is fully himself only with New Films Bishop Burke died in Romeon BEAUTY SALON

j his 1961 social encyclical, Mater erenti medal by Pope John God. Because of this, he said, October 16 while participating Creative Hair Styling

et Magistra."It XXIII in recognition of his the young people attending the National League Modifies Reviewed recently ..eI .iasitl.d. in the Second Vatican Permanent. Silver Blendingand
by th. L rioa .f De.aMorally ',.
would live in
pleases Us to confirm Our eight years of mission work in rally have to CounciL Tinting

paternal confidence in young Africa.Dr. God's grace to make the rally : Unobjectionable for Bishop McNulty had been Helen M. lIf-b..k. OR 7-4111

people, who hold the world's Lalonde has devoted six itself permanently effective.He Ludicrous Ruling on Balks General. Patronage guest of honor the week beforeat St S.. ,Atlaall*. Ormond Beach

future in their hands," he said. months each year working with concluded by saying: Cattle King (MGM) ceremonies in Clifton, New Opp. Coqalna Hotel

Encouraged by lively the Catholic Medical Mission "You are proclaiming your EVER ODY'S saying this balk business is a joke. It Great Escape The (UA) Jersey where the indispen-

faith, fidelity to prayer and Board, which has headquartershere faith in the Mystical Body. All is. Jason and the Argonauts (C.) sable role of Bishops 1 nth e

the interior life, and en. at mission posts in Africa. are one in Christ, and as Christis A wondrously contrived vengeful joke on Warren Giles, Morally Unobjectionable Church was stressed by speakers .

rlched by the Holy Eucharist, The other six months each year of all times, you are one president of the National League. Andwho's for AdulLToys marking the 25th anniversary

the young know how to give he has been carrying on his with the whole human historyand In The Attic (UA) of the Paterson diocese.At .
back of it? Well, that's the delightful
witness and by example to dental practice in Rochester. with the whole world." Wrong Arm of the Law, The a dinner following a Pone
irony of the thing. Giles' own
very (Brit.) tifical Mass offered in St.Philip's .
umpires! You see, from the start Giles had Morally Objectionable in
church on April 22
-I----- tended to look upon the"men in blue as a Part for All Bishop McNulty had announcedthat

t lower order in sport. Obviously men of a 7J Light Fantastic, The (Emb.) he would use a farewell

j higher order would never willingly em- Time Out for Love (Fr.) tribute burse given him by

brace umpiring, what with its rowdy CondemnedLaw Priests of the diocese to builda

abuse, coolie wages and leprous isolation, .I The (Fr.) school for Indian children at

as a profession. Giles, before the season I Originally released I n a Caranavai, Bolivia. Three FLORIDA IS FULL
dubbed and edited version entitled the Paterson diocese
directed that the umpires interpret the Priests of OF DANDEE MOMS

balk rule literally. With 67 balks called in his league to "Where the Hot Wind, are serving 1000 Indian familiesin

only two in the American, Giles was moved recently to Blows" by MGM for JosephLevine's Caranaval.
Embassy Pictures,
concede. that possibly the discrepancy was somewhat out this film carried a B rating be- Furniture Books C):'
of line
especially as preciselythe
cause of "low moral tone; sug.
Cards 'J
otherwise, and all runners advance Greeting
same g a m e was being and situations" .
gestive costuming
at least one base in LLOYD COX
played in both leagues.It .
Mr. Levine's decision to
: was this preposterous difference -which case the play proceeds reissue the film independentlyin Office Supplies Un.\J
-r without reference to the balk." lor... 1101
that placed Giles in an sub titled and "uncut" ver. Eaclo.sr.s NEI 5 w.rm
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comparison, he also lost stature classification. ler W1a4.ws
____ to other inherent complications Trallu-Cah.
when Joe Cronin, president of
and contradictions : Our Advertisers help supportour
LI the rival American League and would' be inhumane. It's newspaper Do you help
an old ballplayer, told his umpires Advertisers?
support our
enough to say that in certain
I to ignore the letter of
circumstances base ballsis
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.r HOLY NAME SOCIETY OFFICERS, ARLINGTON just that, whereas in differ-
clear instances of action. Italian and American Food
Father W.: Thomas Larkin from left, Guy Senesac, ent circumstances, can be
What is a balk?
has these Jacksonville of Frank Hecht, Ernest Smith, meaningful or meaningless.How .
JACKSONVILLEHOME It so happens a balk is not Open 5 P.M. I II I P.M.
fleers installed for the Holy president; standing,: Henry many fans know a balk
always a balk. And that penal- .
Name Society of Christ the Mann, Frank Redmond, ties when they see one? Or rather Kd. Banquet Facilities!
vary. Basically, a pitcher
King parish In Arlington: Alfred Martin. when a balk is called? Proba- Closed
commits a balk when he falls \ Mondays
bly not one out of a thousand. Free Estimates
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to be put out unless the "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS- SINCE 1881"Wm. _
waiter. the whole human family, Archbishop Miguel Dario Miranda batter reaches first ask: "What happened?"
on an error,
MEYER ASSOC. I Gomez of Mexico City told Whatever umpires have in s A. Ritzi &
y opened by Mexico's President a base on balls, a hit batter or Sons
Hit Cunningham Road. their heads it isn't watches. So HONORED .
businessmen here.
Jark..a lll. II, ilorldaSTEAKS I Adolfo Lopez Mateos. The con-
"From a moral point of how do they know that 40 seconds This year marks the 150th Registered JewelersCL

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pendency of nations as a con- Frederick Ozanam, founderof
Abolish the time factor. Calla
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dition for economic develop- the world-wide St. Vincent
when the
ZRE'D'AB'O.O'DC2tMAt. undestood as a service to balk only pitcher,
ment. in unmistakable violation, is De Paul Society. The French Floyd J. Tredway'a

humanity.He was speaking at a Mass "As time goes on, the providential attempting deception.A layman, who was born in Daytona Moving & Storage Co. Jj

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International Chamber of WASHINGTON" (NO) -The dullards at bat or on base can By
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D Ot.I: ) to 27. "This gives us a correct viewof olic University of America has Too many people are staying conferences 0 f the society

the Interdependency of said of ball it is were serving the world's
:More than 2000 businessmenfrom widespread charges away from parks as ,
Toot of llriTtr EL. 4 DISC 8t. \&dad -12 countries took part in individuals and of nations: suppression at the university so why let hair-splitting rule poor. Today, the St. Vincent DAYTONA PLAZA HOTEL

which that they must have resourcesto are untrue and unwarranted.The makers, insufferably meticu De Paul Society is the largest
the was
congress one. another. n.. to" achieve their board, in three resolu- lous, increase the exodus? single l charitable organization Catering To

complete well being. tions, also said that adminis- in the world. -; S WEDDINGS

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EA S T I: : J of its supernatural dignityill their authority in excludingfour (NO More than
\\ surely inspire your minds from
theologians a cam- ;
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and hearts in the search for -'
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The board said that "clear v -** ***-* VvVU r** -wH S
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and Suppression at the university -
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Eight The Florida Catholic Friday May 10, 1963

Catholic Press AssociationConvention Sons of Church More United

} ?.v., 4 c 1xf' iJ Than Ever PopeJohnas

x ,
Focuses on Problems Of ;: 'I: I

t v, VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) John XXIII has said at

r his first general audience of May that the sons of the
Latin America I'i' Vk
Council CoverageBy t l Church throughout the world are more united than ever.

S W.h While thousands of Italian
Carl A. BalcerakNCWC ,xp I LM communists took part in a MayDay brated In many parts of the
\\oild as Labor Dar, and
News Service demonstration across: town
tr that the<< Church has! dedicated
MIAMI: BEACH-The communist threat to nations of the Americas was the major "< in front of St. John Lateran it to St. Joseph the

,chord struck at the 53rd annual Catholic Press Association convention. Convention del- basilica Pope John told thou.
Worker, the Pope<< said:
,egates met in the Americana hotel at Bal Harbour. Some speakers stressed urgencyof 'i R sands gathered in SU Peter'sbasilica 'The Church, as in the daysof

action. Others cited the importance of inter-American cooperation based on friend-. --- -- here on Ia1 that the Apostles, is still the
.... world that the
"" EDITORS ) recognizes
ship and understanding.The mother and teacher of truth,
Gucken, of San Francisco, to all )journalists In the council CONVENE ,, v'7 O "Church is at the service of
focus Latin
was on
justice freedom and
episcopal chairman of the mankind." peace.
press center the. official com
America. But there
was During the Catholic "Christian social teaching
XCWC press department. munique, making use,of simul- Among those present were
an evaluation of press per- convention derived from the
last of
He said that members of the taneous translations. :.'/ press Archbishop Paul J. Hallinan of Gospel
formance at the first session of week: in Miami Beach Jesus and proclaimed by
Catholic press "distinguished The convention's chief speaker Atlanta, Bishop Charles P.
Jhe Second Vatican Council journalists of the Church's the Church's teaching authority .
themselves for accuracy In reporting Pedro Beltran, said l that ; Greco of Alexandria and Bishop
and a look toward the council's and applies in the domain of
and also for good judg-Cuba is "an ideal center of operations newspapers maga- ; Josip Arneric of Sibenik,
session in September.The zines in this in the balance
country and i h public life and
ment in the interpretation of for the subversion of I% > Yugoslavia.The .
key speech on press the council." American secularjournalists Latin America, and the Soviets Canada heard an addressby Pope said that while theChurch's contribution of different forcesof
coverage of the Second Vatican Pedro Beltran (right), : production In the distribu-
for the most part, intend to retain their hold one sons differ in degreesof
Council made former Prime Minister tion wealth in the har
was by of of and
did a creditable j job also, h it. civilization and social organization
Archbishop Joseph T. Me- Peru and now editor and monious of relations
said, but in some cases therewas Calling for inter-American: "they feel they are
too much fiction in secularreporting cooperation against comma publisher of a daily in required by the sacred hier- for social peace," he said

of the council.Archbishop nism in the Western hemisphere Peru, La Prensa. The archy to give a testimony: of The Pope also urged those
ORLANDO South American, pictured to to the Blessed
McGncken the former prime minister faithfulness to the heritage of present pray
here chatting with Auxiliary Virgin in May for the successof
Revelation and of
WINTER PARK warned against "gymnastic of Tern said: a
Bishop Philip M. Hannan present executive editor, Faeditorial staff member the ecumenical council.
journalism) which converts "No action should be taken of the lOOO" 'ear-old precious pastoral

gossip Into the gospel truth," unilaterally by any of our nations of Washington, told the editors ther Vincent E. Smith of OrChicago archdiocesan weekly, experience which gives rise to

WALTER MENGES and emphasized the impor that would assist the what he thought the press of lando. Mrs. Marjorie Fillyaw The New Woild. Monsignoron readiness to use methods and Received by Pope

Clothier To MenThe tance of Pope John's words Russians in their drive to di- this hemisphere could do to The Florida Catholic at its Barry's first issue of The Flor- language required by the times VATICAN" CITY (Radio) -

Finest In Men's Wear advising journalists to be "at vide the American family." combat "the deadly foe of our 1 founding, works today in the i Ida Catholic was published:; on and rightly demanded by im- Pope John XXIII recently received -

20fi X. ORANGE AVK. the service of truth." Beltran, publisher of La Christian culture and way of editorial department of Miami's December 1, 1939. Today, the mense masses of the whole Andre Anekonzapa, for-

Across From St. JamesGary's Frank A. Hall, director of Prensa, a daily in Lima, ,Peru, life," communism. diocesan paper, The Voice; and weekly is half way through its world's people." mer Congolese minister of foreign

Between sessions four per- ]Richard M. Menges is now an 21th of publication. that I Is celr3ADEMY trade.
the NCWC News Service, said also said members of the Catholic _. .. year Noting May
sons at -the convention discussed -1"', ,. ---.JO'<>_ .. _
the outlook is bright for "more press can play significantrole I

Duck Inn satisfactory news coverage" of in promoting inter-Amer the one paper each had
in common, The Florida Cath-
the council's second session. ican unity. "You as Catholic .
GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE olic. Lay journalists who used .
The council's coordinating journalists, ,can create, in a
to be on its staff and are now
commission is definitely "mak- manner far more effective than
ROAST BEEF ANYWHEREPhone with other papers meet (top) a
ing a comprehensive study"toward most, mutual understanding,
Priest who founded the
GA 4-4531 "broader news cover, he said. "You, like no one else

3974 So. Or. BI. Trail age," he stated.Monsignor should be able to bring our Augustine diocesan paper, Monsignor

: James Tucek,. di- peoples together." William Barry P.A.
(left) of Miami Beach and the
rector of the NCWC News A more sanguine note in regard -

RAY MEARS Service Rome bureau, said to nations of the Amer-

there is a good chance at the icas was struck by Father JohnJ.
JEWELERSLOCALLY Vatican LetterPersonal
council's next session that one Considine M.M., director of
or more council Fathers aided the Latin America bureau, Na-
by experts, will explain daily tional Catholic Welfare Confer UseOf
ence. He said there is a Catholic
resurgence in Latin Amer-
ica and it "will contribute just SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH A< GREET EVALUATOR
that small fraction of added The Sisters of St. Joseph on the faculty of St. Joseph :Mary George, Alberta, Mary Charles, :Marie Concepts

JEWELRY REPAIRENGRAVING strength to the anticommunistforces UrgedVATICAN Academy, St. Augustine, met recently with Miss :Mary John Joseph and Mary Joseph; background, from the

ELECTRONICSRCA (there) as to frustratethe Kinnane of the Boston College Department of Educa- left, Sisters Marie Antonia, Mary of the Sacred Heart

PROMPT SERVICE e Zenith e Dumont Reds in their plans for a CITY (NO)-People tion on the occasion of her visit to evaluate the Academy Mary Herbert, Miss Kinnane and Sister Mary Fabian.
today expect to
DIAMOND SPECIALISTS continental takeover. .. Foreground, from the left, are Sisters Gerard, All schools in the Diocese are being evaluated.
COLOR TV give testimony to the Church'ssocial _.
William .
Monsignor J. Quinn .
letter -, 1J.
HI-FI teachings, a Vatican
co-director the Latin .I"
of Amer- '"
Phone GA 2-3652 1 CLEARWATER
SALES & SERVICE ica bureau stressed the need has reminded experts at- u ,,'. ,, ,!" .,, 1.
tending a in Spain. JI ::.'" !r:1: I
congress '
R 910 ORLANDO AYE. for more knowledge by United :, i '.:':, ,. k tt
The letter was sent in the < '.. -i-j
Ra. WINTER PARK States Catholics about Latin / : ::- .
1 ,of John \
name' Pope XXIII by
America, and particularly about
ME. Midway 7-0489 A let Cardinal '"
m 0 Cicognani,
the situation of the Church in W + 1f
that area.Gorman. papal secretary of state to
Juan Bonelli president of the 12 SECONDS
Hogan, managing .
international secretariat of '.f' mME rm
editor of the Catholic Sentinel,
,.Y. BERG VAULT Co. Catholic engineering, agricul-
newspaper of the Portland in ARTICKARFRKB
tural and social experts
SINCE 1946-AIR SEALED Oregon diocese, warned of the
(SILAEC) which held its fifth
REINFORCED CONCRETE danger of a becom- '
newspaper -
congress in Barcelona (May 1
ing merely a journal of opinion. DEMONSTRATION
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The Florida Catholic; Friday, May 10,1963' Page Nlng

Space Age Key Workers will Be f yp.yG'

Those l _who. Lead Men to Heaven

f T becomes clearer every day that the "key man" of tomorrow will be the Priest For

getting man into space, we shall count on the physicist; for curing more and more

diseases, we shall turn to the doctor and the research chemist for. maklng the world.
free of poverty and want, it

will be the economist and the Seminary life continues to ing, visits to chapel, regular

men in world politics.But hare about it an aura of mystery confession, and special retreats

for the "key work" of orientated towards the priestly ,,,. INK
Unless a has close
person a life.

leading men through the space relative or friend preparing for Christ is Mediator. Christ is i

age on to their eternal destiny the Priesthood, It might seem Healer. Christ is Teacher | jiIL1- .
with God In heaven, men will ,
turn more and more towards that the young man just dis Shepherd, Counselor Sane-. ;I &

1 the Priest. appears from the neighborhood tlfler. .":#2vVv.: .'. ..j

for six'years or more, and In his-sdaflylj'e-enactnient of rIy
Since the 16th j S'
the .
Church has been then one day returns amid the Calvary, his' administration to ]

acutely awareof festive preparations for his the sick and dying, I n his i ] rer
the need of
Priests for the east training challenge Her first solemn Mass. If there be ;teaching and preaching, in his I w I J 4 $ '

of bringing God's Word to men any "mystery" about it, it adyisingi{'directing and his administration' ::

arises from a lack of familiar of the sacraments, _
caught up in the undreamed-of
of modern times. During his six a .. _
She has put intensive effort years of train- among men. He Is not a substi- Ascension parish In Ean both areas to pledge sacrifice volunteers (above) visit them commitment towards! the OKLANUU
ing at the major seminary, the tute for Christ.
Into the building and administration Gallie plans to build eight tally for the goals set when on Sunday, May 1:, for a building: funds.
candidate for Priesthood com- ... WINTER PARK
Our -
of seminaries In all great Priest Is additional classrooms Holy T :.. : : '
the :
pletes final two of :: .
parts of the world. years Christ Himself. He has givento ;T:: \ '" -

Canon law documents his bachelor of arts degree, and men the power to share Name of Jesus parish In ..;0. '.'... y._',. ,
decrees of the Congregationsall then pursues graduate work. in that Priesthood.He Canova Beach proposes an pt"i.S' '. t' ..1 Sanford Sewing Center

underline the seriousness He is given a broad liberal gave the commission to eight-classroom school' of Its (!Iff}' '. 4 Sales & Service

arts background. : These 1m-' .. .... ,.' ,:.:\ ,< 104 S. Park Ave. Sanford
own. and other
with which Holy Mother He bring His kingdom to men, and + .., ., ,
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majors philosophy, x
Church views the key role of it is the work of the succes- portant parish outlays, are a. .. "" ","'a" '' Phone FA 2-9411
while related
studying subjects \$ ..
the Priest in every age but sor of the Apostles-the Bish covered in the of : &;
such as Church history, science goal a cap. :: 't:
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catechetics and church
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spread of God's kingdom not in modern times. S.S.
The specialized graduate Canova Beach joint program. a '. ': LEWIS-COBBEXTERMINATING
only In Its horizontal dimen- -The Catholic News Father Martin B. has
Power f
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sion-bringing the Word to the a deeper'understandIng New York, New York asked his parishioners in ;ds as S ,13 J Incorporated 1S48
foreign missions,-but also in .
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the seminarian doesn't com 4y St. John Vianney School -in Orlando, look on as St. John's Father Vincent E. Smith St.

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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 10, 1963 _-,-- .,-' ".S. --

Tampa Parishes Demonstrate Faith (: e 'fr -' MovementSees Lay Retreat

d' # 4 I

At May- Devotions Attended by, All ,- 0'e.-* .. : S Growth1

S S -
(Continued from Page OB) Father Lawler selected from be motto" said '
our Father
of: children from the (Continued from Page One)
S :
schools that took part in many the that eloquent sermon ofChrist's Lawler. "The Virgin Mary, the S y : : & S -representatives of the Florida

procession. the beatitude for the great exponent of that motto, West Coast Laymen Retreat

May worshippers to consider should be our modeL"Particularizing S
Association met in
Cecilia Ryan of Christ the recently -
King School crowned the statueof especially Blessed are the his contention to hear the plans and

pure of heart. that "there is a dire need
collect promotional materialfor
Our Lady before the hushedcongregation. A .5
Then, Father "The greatest curse of our for purity of intention through. S S this year's retreats to be

Lawler captured the mood of age, the materialistic philos- out the world today," ,Father 4 .4 held during the months of

Mary for his listeners, in a ophy of utlitarianism," said Lawler said that it would haveto : June and July at St. Leo

sermon emphasizing her example -the Priest, has thrust millions begin in the family unit of Abbey. Similar meetings have

into the confusion of darkness society."If *I
of purity. Father Law- been held in other areas for
today, because that beatitudehas he said "is to be 4
ler told them: peace, 4C ; the laymen and laywomen of

It was perhaps on just sucha been ignored.The found in the family, it must be \ the Northeast area.

pure of heart, he said, preceded by and built
day as this, to a crowd similar upon In 1946, Monsignor C. L.
in so many ways to this are those! whose every conscious puritypurity, in the strict 5 ; -5- S- Elslander V.F., pastor of St.

act springs from a sense of chastity of mind and : 5
great throng gathered today, -:7k i ,. Martha parish in Sarasota, was
pure intent. but also, purity in
that Christ spoke the beautiful yes; S. 5 director of diocesan retreats.In .
words of His incomparable Arrayed against the beatitudeof the much wider sense of purityof 5 S S. that year the Florida West

Sermon on the Mount. It was purity, he said, are all those intention-purity of heart." S -z: 1FS\ Coast Laymen's Retreat Association

who lie, cheat, steal. Let there be true peace, he -S was formed, and arrangements -
in that sermon that Christ gaveus S
'They use subterfuge and said, in our families which will Yf5 .t were made to
the beatitudes, said Father :
Lawler. camouflage to confuse and mis- spring only from seeing God IS. 5. It hold retreats at St. Leo Abbey.

lead others that they might in all that is undertaken by f S
"He compared the old law of \ Li From a beginning, count
satisfy selfish desires" he said. of heart and
means a
Judaism with the new law of pure ?? ing retreatants in the tens,
"Quite simply, they judge childlike simplicity. He con-
the retreat movement in
Christianity. spoke against 4
the good or evil of an act, not cluded with a prayer that Mary i 55 : ::
anger. He dwelt on the beau Florida has mushroomed into
by any set standard, not by the would assist the families, that
tiful virtue of chastity of mind 5 the hundreds.
Word of God, not even by the dedicated themselves to her # i''S
and body. He condemned di .5. Men and women are realizingmore
good of their neighbor, but this month, in developing her j5 S S
vorce. He developed the con- and more that a retreatis
solely by its usefulness to themas simplicity in accepting the Will &5 S 55.5bI
cept of 'turning the othercheek' S Father
a rare says -
an Individual or as a group." of God in all things.
and of loving one's en- adding
In this darkness, he said, en- Monsignor Harold F.Jordan's :
emies. Give it best and let God
gendered by duplicity of moti- voice carried out over the con- your
"He praised purity of inten- do the rest.Everyone
vation, men are prevented gregation as he led the partic-
tion and almsgiving. He taughtthe 4
from seeing God. ipants in the procession in the Catholic and non-
power of prayer and how 4
The devotions to Mary, he prayers of the rosary. Catholic alike, is urged to Investigate
to pray. He spoke of the neces-
continued, show Catholic appreciation The Christ the King adult mo. the advantages of
sity of fasting, of under-
for the human being choir and that parish's boys
standing true riches. He explained -whose uncomplicated simplicity choir combined to lead the U. S. SEMINARIANS STUDY VERY NEAR TO ST. PETER'S BASILICA making a retreat. Interested

the providence of God of intention made her singing of hymns. Umbrella pines line the main walk to the North priestly future within sight of the See of St. Peter. Stu- persons should contact the

whereby man is watched over, worthy of the honor bestowed The crowning of the statue American College in Rome. Seminarians from the Uni- dents (above) strolling on the College grounds, see St. parish representative In the

and the consequent need man upon her by God. He said: with fresh roses took place in ted States-and from this Diocese-prepare for their Peter's Basilica in the distance. (More pictures, Page 5). area now.
has for trust in God. He admonished
"We can show our respectfor front of the outdoor altar. The

ments, taught them them to avoid the Golden judg- Mary by singing her altar had a gold background Diocesan Seminarian Describes Life of Study in RomeContinued I

praises, but it will be effective and featured a blue crown and
Rule, and concluded by point -
only in so far as we also Imitate the letter "M" in blue. OurLady's
ing out the many obstacles that ( from Fare One) auditorium and individual which provide the students they return from classes, they Rome really looks forward to
the great purity of heart colors of blue and white The College and the Univer-
exist to virtue." rooms for the seminarians.On with a relaxing atmosphere for make a short visit in chapel is the opportunity to assist at
for which we are honoringher. were carried out in the floral sity fulfill completely different
the grounds surroundingthe walks and meditation.The and then proceed to the dining some of the many papal cere-
arrangements and bunting. functions. The student lives in
: College there are such rec- daily schedule for the room for dinner. monies in St. Peter's Basilica.
OPENING Father Lawler called atten- Father McLoughlin read the the College and attends
reational facilities as tennis, seminarians is much the sameas Recreation Is taken after These occasions are among his
tion to the ways in which Mary act of consecration to Mary. classes at the University.Thus .
JUNE 2nd. handball and basketball courts. at any seminary in the United dinner and this consists in most cherished memories.The .
"martyred her will to the Will Archbishop Hurley led the the North American
There is a large grass- States. either some type of athleticsor
I of God," from the moment of prayer for peace. College serves only as a residence student's' first glimpseof
fTTH covered area which is easily The day begins with morn in a walk through ancient
her Immaculate Conceptionuntil The afternoon sun reflect for American seminarians the successor of St. Peter' ,
adapted to football, softball or ing prayers, meditation and Rome.
kM4PuhLEV7 she was lifted from this ed beautifully on the scene in Rome. a beatification of a Blessed
soccer, depending on the sea Mass. And then after break- On these walks, the students
I' uJJ.rwuLMoeILIxt1 earth by the angels. The which concentrated so many The College itself is a six- such as Mother Seton, the
r- ?- son of the year. fast, the seminarians depart by have the opportunity to visit
preacher said: hundreds of people for over storied building comprising ceremony' for the opening of
_ Jim I : a The front of the buildings is bus for classes at the Gregorian -the numerous churches and I
"She willed all that He hour the the Second Vatican Council
an on outdoor sanctuary chapel, dining room, library
shaded by a long avenue of University, which is in the many historical points of
willed, whether it was the created for the occa -these are occasions that
tall, stately umbrella pines the center of Rome. When interest. Many enjoyable and
drudgery of housekeeping! in sion. Priests Named will never be forgotten.
I_ '- educational hours can be spentin
Xazareth, or the terror of the The concluding hymn rang -- : .
In his four
_ SUMMER BOARDING Council Experts 1IlislSss1..s visiting such landmarks as years at the
Flight Into Egypt; whether out from thousands of voicesas
North American
the Coliseum, the Roman Forum College, the
CAMP FOR it was the mystery of the the May devotions ended VATICAN: CITY (XC) or the Palatine HilL seminarian becomes Increasingly -

Incarnation, or the cold, bit with "Holy God, We Praise
Three American Priests resid-
BOYS and GIRLS The rosary is prayed after aware of the opportunities -
ter reality of the Way of the Thy Name." ing in Rome and two in the recreation. Then the students given to him by the Catholic -
Camp Director Cro! s.uThese. Monsignor John F. Scully United States have been addedto '
1.5 1 study until supper which is people and Bishops of the
1 acts of submission, gave Benediction of the :Most .
REV. VICTOR HENKEN the list of official expertsof served at eight o'clock. They United States, through whose

Skilr.d and c.p.h" eaui-. these acts of martyrdom of the Blessed Sacrament, with Father the Second Vatican Council. Th' z return to chapel to close the generosity the College was

-- ..lIors-coll.ge trained and will, are what made Mary James M. Buckley S..!., Those already in Rome are erected.
day as
they began it, beforethe .
txp ritncad in camp lift. deacon and Father J.
holy Mary was not holy Timothy Father John Alexius Driscoll '
Blessed .
Itr Sacrament.It Those who made these sacrifices
ACTIVITIES: because she was the Mother of Holland S.S.J., subdeacon. Father I
OP., Priest of the Dominicans'Chicago
j is at the Gregorian University those who showed such
Swimming, Bolting, Fishing, Hiking, _
God she was the Mother of James Larkin was masterof
Softball, Honcback ; province, who is
Riding RifUry serv- that the American interest 1 nth e education ofGod's
MOVMI, Bon Ewes Basketball and God because she was holy. She ceremonies.
many ethers In e Christian! environment. ing as the American assistantto seminarians receive their theo future Priests are grate-
had heard the Word of God Father Thomas Burke was in
his order's superior general
; logical education. This University fully remembered each day by
All Denominations Welcome and kept it in all things." charge of the day's musical and Father Francis X.
founded in the 16th 'century the seminarians in their
WRITE FOR BOOKLET: The Church offers Mary as program. He was assisted by C.SS.R..of the Redemptorists'Baltimore ___ St.
by Ignatius of Loyola, prayers.
P.O. BOX 20, MOBILE, ALA. a model, he said, adding that Mrs. Robert Foley, choir director province, and Erie- is staffed by Jesuit professors

Boys' Camp June 2 to July 20 today families also need a and Mrs. Virginia Riski, born Father Edward A. Wuen- from various nations

Girl,' Camp June 2.8, July motto. organist, of Christ the King 0 f the TAMPAKowauaix
schel CSS.R. who both
21 are attached -J world.In ,
to Aug. 10.
"The sixth Beatitude should parish.PopeGivesThanksforGood.
to their
congregation'sSan S any one of the University's

$25.00 per Week Alfonso international col- -n_____ classrooms, one can seea

r_ Mobil Auspice Area: CYO Toy Sponsored Bowl Atsoc.by lege.Others ENTRANCE OF ROMAN COLLEGEThe variety of cassocks and religious i

named experts are habits,
main entrance to the North American College in representingmany .
Monsignor Bernard A. Drew, different national
LOUIS W. PETERSON Reception of EncyclicalVATICAN pastor of Blessed Sacrament Rome is presided over by a statue of St. Peter. This is and religious orders. VlltCsee

the residence of our diocesan seminarians in
Agent for parish in Rapid City, South Dakota Rome. Nearly 3300 students from

Mack-MIIIrr Berllncer Candle Hro. !Co..... Inc. CITY (NC) Pope John XXUI has expressed and secretary to Bishop 75; different countries are enrolled : -' ,"

-. F.O. 4103: Carrollton Station his gratitude for the favorable world-wide'recep- William T. McCarty C.SS.R., of Fisher Program Enkindles in this Unherslty. I

Sarram..ntal"Ine>ew Orl.an*. Louisiana Agency tion given to his peace encyclical, Pacem in Terris. Rapid City; and Monsignor And so ,the interval between

PURE ALTAR WINES The-Pope said at his-weekly Joseph C. Kelley, head of the Fires of Christian Zeal classes offers an American
the of the feast of St.
general audience on April 24: eve 1(diocesan tribunal in Providence seminarian the opportunity to

"\Ve consider it a sacred Mark, patron of Venice where 1, Rhode Island. (Continued from Pare One) Outstanding: talks were meet his fellow students from RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

duty to spread this peace he served as patriarch, and Their appointments bring the Cocoa Beach, joined in the given by Father Matthew 'different countries and to learn MOTEL

that the words "Peace be with j number of American council area Fisher about their
the whole world language and cus-
-4Ptk- throughout Connolly Music For
and two laymen' j Dancing Nlttfy' I,
from this center of Catholic you, 0 Mark, my evangelist"are Joseph!' Stazenski and AValter THE SHERMAN
on the shield of Venice. Cocoa Beach spokeon Fishers But in the midst
unity. Seeing that good Provi- Keinhardt of Christ the all this
Council, Will
Largest rrrnrrlptlon Referring to his encyclical, 'Says of Men; John B. D'AlboraJr. HAYES ORCHESTRA
Pharmacy In the South dence blesses Our efforts is a King parish, Arlington. 'diversity, a unity is evident, a

I appreciate your patronage comfort to Our heart. The encyclical Pope John said: Define Fisher RoleST. of St. Mary's explained Each Fisher at each meeting ]unity which lies in a common IKEAXFAST.LUNCH DINNER
Free DelUery FR 4-7681 the apostolate to the public IAN9UET FACILITIES'
Pacem in Terris 'goal, the Priesthood of Jesus
received '''e have lighted a torch said the diocesan director of
Huntington Bldg. )Miami favorable echo LOUIS (XC) -"Laymenare high school pupil. ;'Christ. 2S22 No. Dale Mobry Hwy.. U.S. 92
a every. for the men of Our age. Therefore the apostolate, breathed some
not to be led but are to be for information or reservations call
Pastors of all the "Cape Ca What
where. We say this with a you can well imagine the ; of his own zeal into the spirit an American seminarian -
If and when you buy, please leaders, Joseph Cardinal Rit- naveral" area parishes were j or seminarian 8775872IN
sentiment of profound grati joy and emotion of Our heart j of the conference. The Priests any
1 ter said here at the annual ,joined at the evening confer-
_ buy from a Florida Catholic tude. in seeing this light spreading, went back to their parishes
convention 1 of the St. Louis ence in Rockledge by their
In his talk the hearts and minds TAMPA---
on peace penetrating 'c confident that renewed
advertiser. (council of Catholic women. leading Fishers. ener.
Pontiff noted that he spoke on gradually." ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE
The prelate emphasizedthat The attendance at all of the gies would be expended in the

Present at the audience were lay Catholics are to be ;Fisher meetings this month task of bringing Christ to all HILLSBORO HOTELDIRECTLY

SCHOOLSROSARIAN 50 including women 33 from from 15 countries America., leaders particularly in giving was outstanding, said' Monsignor within the confines of the ACROSS THE STREET FROM JE
witness to Christ.
The group presented the Pope He said the Second Vatican Thursday of last week, parishes parish.

with hundreds of letters expressing Council will define the respon-:i( in Volusi and Flagler I

ACADEMY gratitude to him for sibilities of laymen at its
second Resident and day school for girls on hore-s of beautiful his encyclical, including one
session this falL
1 St Paul parish, which is one of 1
Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. Xew letter signed by 800 residentsof
"The council will not only :\the parishes 0 f the Diocese
dramatics. Directed by
music art
buildings. All sports Los the '
Angeles. Among
Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog; address: Registrar!' define the responsibilities of ]longest involved in Confraternity \

ROSARIAX ACAIEMYVEST PALM BEACH visitors was a victim of the laymen, but their rights," he j work. Monsignor WilliamJ. -

atomic bombing of Hiroshima, said, "especially their right to Mullally P.A., V.F. opened .._ TrythtsIT ?- I

Youko .Miriki. make decisions for Christ." \the meeting at Daytona.

SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN The Westminster London, S Cardinal Ritter urged Catholic Urgent reasons for the laity 'h-? (

BEACH Boys' Choir and the Little women 'to develop themselves 1 to be active as Fishers were '

Resident and day school for girls-grades one through six. Singers of the Wooden Cross intellectually: j given by Father Daniel Sloan ,-"I/ : : r 'jj t U

Extensive grounds In a hilly and picturesque region. Large swimming from Paris sang at the audi- "Develop yourselves on every ;I.C.[ ':'7 {>> =:-., i

pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art, ence, and the Pope received :level spiritually, socially, educationally :\Iatthew'F.. Komatz Jr. of St.

dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint two lamps lit at the Holy 'so as to become ]Paul's in Daytona Beach spoke t U.f'.. c! \ I

Joseph. For further information apply to: Sister Directress, Sepulcher from two Austrian more apostolic, virtuous and
Saint Joseph Academy Jensen Beach. students. true witnesses to Christ."
,Leisle of St. Brendan parish, Before or after the game. or for a tasty snack anytime it's always

SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY Drmond Beach, added interestIng a pleasure to dine here. Our Hamburgers; Our Shakes Our French

HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN SAINT AUGUSTINE FLORIDA sidelights in his explana. Fries you never had 'em so good. Cqme In today for the tastiest food
ion of the value of
Resident School for Girls parish open in
and Day Grades 7-12 town at prices that please!
ANTONIO Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited 1 house which was successful

Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters Music Art Dramatics Tennis Swimming ome time ago at the, new look for golden arches -

For further particulars address: Sister Directress 1 beach parish.In .
Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through

twelve Academic and commercial courses' and privateclasses Jacksonville last Friday d
evening? :Monsignor James B. Me Donaid.
In the fine arts are offered Extensive campus withprivate

lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident loonan presided at the Fisher
neeting for St. Johns and
all sports. and day school for girls. Grade one to twelve. ,
Fully "
j Duval County parishes. The J ,'kllf.JI'' ,. :
accredited. indudes Soul" fo1 ru e' .'j..f'UU. ,park .0
FULLY ACCREDITED Program : college preparatory and general St. Petersburg
i Priests and their lay Fishers -
For further information address courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy K.fa ov; f\'E An jOtL.a.'go -

SISTER REGISTRAR Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa Rorida.'J net School.; in Bishop Kenny High T.p.5ar, *oJa WiwleiHa' : -.... *,Orlando-. LakctaidPage CleArwatf'r



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