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 17, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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held in St. Augus-
44 tine of the beatification of

I? XXIV, No. 29 Orlando, Florida, fi'iday,1ay 17, 1963 Ten Cents 'fE.UoM. Mother Seton, said that she

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Cardinal Tells UN Group for the wholly satisfying
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i I Encyclical Stresses Peace Daughters Blessed Elizabeth of Charity Seton's of St

Your Purpose in Life: Must Begin with IndividualNEW Vincent de Paul from Jack
4 sonville and other Sisters

Gi'in1tness to God !k from every part of north-
With Fortitude YORK (NC) -The encyclical Pacem in Terris
east Florida attended the
stresses that "international _
peace begins in the souls of _
Hy Fr. Vincent E. SmithTHE
each one of us," a representative of Pope John XXIII has Mother's Day ceremony at
Olympic athletes of zT America's Oldest Mission.
told the United States
committee for the United Nations.
times used oil to' Leo- Cardinal- -- Suenens, Archbishop E Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley,

I strengthen their bodies for the 0 f Malines-Brussels, far from contradicting the true who presided at the Blessed

- exhausting races. St. Paula of is Elizabeth Seton at Amer
_-" .._ Belgium, said at the annual personality man, an in- Day
'max lik ened life 1.\.1> meeting on May 13 of the corn tegrating factor," the Cardinal ica's Oldest Mission, was as-

race whichwe 1 I. mittee composed of 135 national stated. ". It is therefore in sisted by Priests from Jackson

.S bY all enter organizations, that thPope's e the souls of each one of us ville. Monsignor Patrick E.

and to the victor encyclical points out that at the outset the peace of Nolan V.F. gave the Solemn

+ goes the! that peace must begin at this the world is cast. It is from Benediction of the Most Blessed

o f crown of heav' first level of the individual. there that it must spread out, Sacrament.

en. All the' The Cardinal was appointed in concentric circles, to the Thus, Mother's Day In 1963

sacramentsgive 1 limits of the universe. was notably observed at the
by Pope John as his .
represen- ,. .. .
fortitudeor 1 : ... ; -""""" ..i' JIIIIif 'T Oldest Mission in the
tative at the committee meet- "International the special
ing in tribute to Mother Seton, reports
response to an invitation Cardinal "he-
stressed again,
Fr. !smith .men.. .. toe nl1in'.....1"'[: issued by Robert S. Benjamin, gins in the souls of each one Mother's Day, 1963: Catholics of North Florida daughter-communities of America's first native Blessed.In Father Michael V. Gan-

them for their chairman 0 f the committee.The of us. found 'their' way to America's Oldest Mission, the Mis- his sermon at St Augustine, the Cathedral Pastor, non, director of the Mission.

race of life. The oil used in Cardinal, who spoke in sion of Nombre De Dios in St. Augustine, to join in a :Monsignor John P. Burns, paid tribute to Blessed Eliza- Monsignor John P. Burns

administering the Sacramentof U.N. headquarters here, said "Peace begins in the bosom> diocesan tribute to Mother''' Elizabeth Seton, who was beth who was a convert, a widowed mother who became told the story of Mother Seton's
Confirmation is outward of each family, and spreads
an he had presented "in the name : beatified on :March' 17'' this year. Prominent among the founder of a religious community, an educator, an inspiration life and beatification, callingthe
sign 0 f the Inward strengththat from there to the street, to the
of the Holy Father" a copy of Sisters at the Sunday event in St. Augustine were for Catholic hospitals run by Sisters, and a latter an event impressive
comes with the soul as a neighborhood, to the city, to -
result of Pentecost.No Paceni in Terris to U.N. secre- the nation, to the world. Each Daughters of Charity St.: Vincent de Paul (above) pioneer in child-caring services under the auspices of .,. to the peopleof

tary general U Thant. ENCYCLICAL, Page 10 from Jacksonville's St. Vincent Hospital, one of the the Church. the United
Compromise Possible Among those present to hear States "not

Prior to the reception of the the Cardinal were Muhammed V---,- -wp ---- only because
CDA Institute .
sacrament of fortitude on Pen- Zafrulla Khan, president of Leadership .P4f.q Mother Seton

tecost Sunday, the apostleswere the U.N. general assembly; was an Amer-

+ weak and compromising.They Adlai Stevenson, head of the Will be Held in OrlandoORLANDO ican and because -

fled from the Cross of U.S. mission to the UJST.; Arch- theChurch
Christ-they received their bishop Egidio Vagnozzi, apos- ar. Nr.f. Florida State Court, Catholic Daughtersof Is

Lord and Master in the seclu- tolic delegate to the U.S.; and America, will hold its first Leadership Institute and strong inAmerica

sion of the upper chamber, but auxiliary Bishop James H. '".........1. 1....... : Orlando today,
: in May
following the reception of the Griffiths, observer of the Holy 19.nUJ.At1IUUl' rector of the Confraternityof M.tr. RUFUs but because

sacrament of fortitude on the See at the U.N. Christian Doctrine, will some sort of saint-making i is

first Pentecost Sunday they Cardinal Suenens referred in The program-Open to members address the women at their natural to the American pea
from three Dioceses the
accepted the role of the martyr his talk to the Pope's call for fia luncheon on the third Sunday ple."
Diocese of St. Augustine, the
and gladly gave their blood to establishment of a public authority of Ma)'. His topic will he Continuing the thought, Mon
Diocese of Mobile-Birmingham,
be sprinkled on the parched of world-wide scope to the Confraternity and its signor Burns said:
and the Diocese of Miami-will
vineyard of Christ and there- ensure the common good and 2jg$ program "On today Mother's Day,
be under national supervisionwith
fore enriched the soil which to the Pope's appeal for col- The Catholic Daughters will set aside to honor the mothers
state and local officers
blossomed forth with the fruitsof laboration among men in cer- register at 9:30: a.m. at Bishop of our land, it i? fitting

redemption. tain spheres despite theIr' op $r\' taking part. Moore High School in Orlando. that we should gather here
74 :Mrs. AlIce Scheidell of St.
'" posingideologies.; He' dwelt* The Leadership program will at the first Shrine erected in
Today there are Petersburg, stata., fegejh fct
many men much longer, however, on the .. ..h e gin a t 10 a.m., said Mrs. this! land to Mary, the moth
who would like to have Christ 9 ; announcing the approval for,
role of the individual in re- r 1< .,Scheidell. It will include: er of all Christians, to pay
without his Cross. What the Institute of Archbishop
gard to peace, the threat of -Buzz sessions. our homage to another mother .
are asking for Is.a Christianity Joseph P. Hurley, state chaplain -
nuclear war and the need for t -... -Discussion on ethics and an American mother,
without fortitude. They do not :'A said that the Institute is
aid to developing nations. procedures. Elizabeth Seton.
want the vinegar and myrrh of .r, v ., ... the first ever held under'the
The Cardinal said there Is '.. '''' -Round table for grand He related the life historyof
Calvary but rather the pablum :auspices of Florida CDA mem-
a fourfold appeal in the encyclical regents. the Blessed, from the time
concocted half bers.
by a pagan anda )I : for respect for the -Forum by district deputies. of her birth o n August 28,
half Christian world. ; : : 31 r 5.' Frank Baxter of
Individual, for collaboration : : :'? -Question and answer 1774 in New York, and Indl-
lPOPE Dubuque, Iowa, who is supreme
Fortitude points an accusing among nations, for the creation -:. period. cated that Blessed Elizabeth
vice regent o f the
finger at those who are attempting of a supranational power <"" ,';", -' Catholic Daughters and national Membership in the Catholic Seton's own mother died when
to compromise the, and for collaboration among Daughter' automaticallymakes the Beata herself was only four
JOIN RECEIVES PEACE PRIZE chairman for their
men despite their ideological the Leadership Institute old. Her foster motherwas
of Christ. years
teaching Pope John XXm receives the Balzan Peace Prize at St. Peter's Basilica in the Leadership Institutes, will
differences. open to interested a daughter of Andrew
Vatican from Giovanni Gronchi of the Balzan Foundation and former come to Orlando to make the
Fortitude enables men of Right at the start, he stated, president Jau hter.J. Barclay and Helena Roosevelt.

Faith to accept the mandateof "the Pope connects the dialoguewith Italian president In the center is :Monsignor :Mario Nasalli Rocca di Cornegliano, national presentation.Mrs. Mrs. Scheidell is hopeful that Elizabeth herself married at
Christ that not one jot of delegates of the United papal chamberlain. The 81-year-old Pontiff said the honor and glory should go to j CDA Scheidell district and the Florida the many Catholic Daughterswho the age of 19. Her husband,
His Gospel be changed. Nations who here promulgated, God and vowed to continue striving for world peace. J make the state deputies presentation.Grand are winter residents or William Seton, was the son ofa

The "sacrament of fortitude". on December 10, 1948, the Universal regents of local courts visitors in the State will avail wealthy merchant. Ten years

produces men ready to fight to, Declaration of the Rightsof Balzan Peace Prize ;will present the local phases of themselves of the unusual op- after the marriage, when William -

the death for God and country. Man." Pope Accepts ; ;leadership.A portunity to be offered to themin Seton died in Italy of

Fortitude enables the Individ- The Pope points out, the busload of Daughters will mid-May to attend the program tuberculosis, the wife who had

ual to lead a virtuous life ina [ Cardinal said, that these rightsin accompany Mrs. Scheidell and in Orlando. AMERICA'S. Pace 10

society made flabby by the regard to truth, moralityand To Establish Perpetual Peace Fund j grand regents from the west
justice-"are valid and John's Letter
Pope Marks
"Christian pablum. coast of Florida. She hopes for
In all latitudes and I
It Helps Fight Evils necessary VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) John XXIII, the first individual to be awarded the another chartered bus to come
longitudes, without regard to J from[ courts in the Miami Di Centenary of Slavic ChurchPope
Balzan Peace prize, will use the prize money to create what he called "a perpetual fund
Fortitude enables the Individ- place, or to racial, political,
ual to make the sacrifices differ- in favor of peace." He made this announcement in the Quirinal Palace in the final phase Con ocese. Women will come to I
nec- ideological or religious C Orlando also from courts in St. VATICAN CITY (NC)-] John XXIII has signed
essary to provide a God-cen ences." May 11 of a three-part award ceremony. The first two phases were held on the pre-
..: : .Augustine and Jacksonville, an Apostolic Letter addressee I to the Slavic Bishops of the
tered Catholic education. It: "This opening to others, v ious: day ui the Vatican.:
up leld but which was wrested It was the second time the she said. world commemorating the 11]100th anniversary of the
gives strength to the father of In his speech at the Quirinal, f, them Balzan Peace Prize has been Father John Wells ar-
PopeNamesBishop rom by Segni's political F. pastor rival in Moravia of Saint Cy ril and Saint Methodius the
the family to stand as a sentinel once the residence of the Popes f,,orebears. awarded and the first time it of St. Margaret Mary parish ,

at the threshold of his and now the residence of the has been individual.The is Apostles of the Slavs. Eventus" from Its first
I F Irish See The first part of the ceremony won by an in Winter Park who two
home defending it against those or president of Italy, Pope John ]( was held in the Vatican's prize is named for the late St. Augustine Diocesan 1)13e The letter, called "MagnificiOn POPE'S LETTER; Page 10

who would corrupt his wife VATICAN CITY (\O-Mon- said to President Antonio legal Hall in the presence of Eugenio Balzan, editor of the

and his children. signor Thomas Ryan, popular Segni: "Mr. President, you can- Milan newspaper, "Corriere Bishop Kyne of Ireland to Assist
well imagine with what emotion Antonioegni "
Fortitude enables the modern English-speaking Vatican prelate ; della Sera, who left Italy for

Catholic family to stand L and a longtime personal this Bishop of Rome and Foundation, other Balzan prizewinners Switzerland during the fascist

as a bulwark against the en- assistant of Pope John XXIII, humble Pope of the Universal \ and members of the In Clermont Church Dedication I
Church comes to this residence era.The
has been named Bishop of
emies of our society: freedom L d iplomatic corps, including citation said the prize

4$ without responsibility licensed I Clonfert, Ireland.He of the the Italian supreme state."authority of United States ambassador to given to the Pontiff is intendedto CLEKMOXT Blessed Sacrament Church in Clermont will be blessed on Sunday,

under the banner of liberty, Philbin succeeds who was Bishop transferred William to These words appeared to l'taly, G. Frederick ReinhardL be "a public recognition of '!May\ 19, by a visiting prelate from Ireland, Father Hugh V. Keane has announced. All .

Immorality under the bannerof The following day Pope Johnrent your activity in favor of broth-t he: neighboring parishes and Priests are invited to attend. Clermont's dedication will
the Down Connor diocese
freedom of conscience, and draw a firm and clear line ,be-
pro- ,, tot h e Quirinal Palace erhood among men and among ,
miscuity under the banner of in June, 1962.Known tween the spiritual authority here he arrived just after the all peoples through appeals for at 10 a.m. with Bishop that same date, at 8 p.m. .are presently taught by the

modern morals, self indulgence to thousands of pil-. of the Pope and the temporal winners of other Balzan prizes peace and to the good will of John Kyne of Meath, Ireland, the sacrament of Confirmation ;Sisters of Mercy of the dioceseof
under the banner of modern[ grams for his English! summaries will be administered to members < Meath, Ireland.
authority his predecessors once h ad received their awards. POPE ACCEPTS; Page 10 t presiding.
living, injustice under the banner of Pope John's remarks ,.. ", .,. .- of the church, both chil- Also, Father Keane of
of modern business practice at audiences Bishop. ", : hj : ( dren and adults, who have not Blessed Sacrament Parish,

discrimination under thebanner elect Ryan has received wide j A. .i -',. .< yet received this' sacrament. i Clermont, is one of the Priestsof

of civil rights.It fame as the English: languagetutor s Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley < the diocese of Meath who

of the Pontiff. : will confirm the class. has' been on loan to this Diocese
is only through fortitude I- The ',-5".
prelate's appointmenton
% for the
___ past four years.
The visiting dignitary,
that \\e can find lod.: May 13 was hailed by Arch- ., The newly constructedchurch

bishop Angelo Dell'Acqua, sub- "I Bishop Kyne, H warmly
It is only by experiencingour 4f located at 12th and
stitute for ordinary affairs at thought of as a very good
own Good Friday that wecan Montrose Streets, just off of
the papal secretariat of state, friend to the Diocese of
Highway 50, West
reach the glory of the res serves as
urrection-that we can obtain who called the Irish Monsignor Saint Augustine, because of the parish church for Catholics
the true joy of Easter Sunday.It his "dearest collaborator. The his assistance I over the past
Archbishop told the entire y number of years in sending well as other towns In South

is only with the strengthof staff of the ordinary affairs Priests and Sisters from his ;Lake County, including Mas-
Pentecost that we with St. l
section that
Bishop-elect Ryan diocese in Ireland to assist
I i cotte and is the beginning of
Paul will be able to fight the
had worked in the secretariat
in carrying on the work of what is expected to be a partof
good fight and as to the rest-
"with and
great generosity
the church here. an extensive program for
"There is laid up for me a competence" and that he had the
Among the parishes so ably 1 parish.
crown 0 f justice which the distinguished himself by his r rr
helped by Priests and Sistersof Marute and Hage of Orlando
Lord the just judge will renderto deep devotion to the Holy See
.. ,' ...:.. -_ -"- "M were general contractors for
.. :"." -, the Irish diocese are of Our
me in that day and notonly and the Pope. Archbishop .. ., ---- -0" :Jt
: i ,""' : ,
_.", ...,....:;;.. _.c IL" ...... *"--Y_>L. the building! which began At
to me, but to them also Dell'Acqua said he conveyed ft" ti_ ': Lady of Lourdes, Daytona
: .. .4Z tl I,Christmas
-. .... -r- time, last year, and
that love His coming. Make the Pope's personal good -- Beach and San Jose at Jack. Thomas J. Madden Jr. AIJL

haste to come to me quickly." wishes. BLESSED& SACRAMENT CHURCH, CLERMONT, TO BE DEDICATED SUNDAY, 3IAY 19 sonville, whose grade schools I i of Miami was the architect.i. .



I w Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 17,1963 TallahasseeBLESSED LeesburgST.


I 4: : .'- : -. Patrick SACRAMENTFather M. Maddenhas Officers. PAUL of St. Paul's Holy

c c Florida. ReportsJacksonville : A' k T.L: the.omen's installed Guild new officers and the of Name Society'Wednesday who night.were May Installed

i circle chairmen of the organization 8, by Fathe Keith Symons,

.: ST. PAUL a social hour, buffet dinner i.'ij4 : in Tallahassee. were:

J .ALL SAINTS Installation plans have been will be served at 8 p.m. Mrs. t '; .. :J ? c They are Mrs. Donald En- Kenneth M. Kay, president;

HOME made for the three women's George Coyle will be the in- c, t f k nessey president; Mrs. Robert Jack DeYot, treasurer; James
4' The Auxiliary of All Saints affiliations of the Guild the stalling officer, and all ladiesof 4. Register, vice-president; Mrs. Rlordan vice.president; Michael

Home for the Aged met at the Altar anc| Rosary Society, and the parish are urged to at- ;L' ;' Frank X. Goni and Mrs. Harry O'Raw, marshal; and

)home on Riverside Avenue, the Parents' Auxiliary. They tend and to bring their husbands Janesson, corresponding and Daniel Grimes secretary.
Jacksonville at 10:30: May 8. will have installation and for the evening of danc- S \ j recording secretaries; Mrs. Father Symons, in a brief

Mrs. Ivan Korson announcedthe luncheon at the Florida Yacht ing that will follow. For reservations F \ .- 'kS: !1e cq' Stanley Derzypolski, treasurer; report on the progress of. the

committee chairman for Club, Thursday, May 30, at please call Mrs. William 7 k I ). 'irt and Mrs. Syde Deeb, parliamen- parish, stated that the aim of
4 d
the coming year. 1230.: Pittman at SP 12071. 7' tarian. the parish and the various societies -

The following are parish Tables will be set up to play Circles and their chairmenare should be to see that

representatives to the auxiliary cards at 10:30 for those who BradentonST. : St. Anhe, Mrs. John every Catholic child up to and

: wish to do so. Reservations are O'Hara; St. Bernadette, Mrs. including seventh grade should

Mrs. Earl Pelky, Assumption to be made with Mrs.\ C. D. JOSEPH r Earnestine Kuhn; St. Catherine, attend St. Paul's school.

; Mrs. Penn Myrick, Blessed Suits, EV ,9-t>68.J. At the last The installation banquet of Mrs. Eugene C. Figg; St. Jude

Trinity; Mrs. Louise N. Rhodes, meeting of St. Paul's Guild, St. Joseph's Guild was held atZinn's Mrs. John Partin; St. Rose of
Christ the King Mrs. Clem ST. PETERSBURGOVER
; Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan
Sarasota, on Wednesday Lima, Mrs. Roger Handberg

Dowling Ethel Lind, Holy, Immaculate Rosary; Mrs.Con- pastor, welcomed the newly- May 8th. Mrs. Charles __ ____ ___ __ __ __ ., __unn._ ...- .. (acting); St. Theresa Mrs. 35 YEARS OF AGE
elected officers, and praised the Ockelman, president of the Harry Michaels; and St. Veronica HANDS TIED
ception; Mrs. J. A. Mclnarnay, outgoing for their unselfish ST. JIARY'S OFFICERS
ones Southwest Coast Deanery was INSTALLED AT ROCKLEDGENew Mrs. Alice Smith.Gainesville BECAUSETHEY
Holy Redeemer; Mrs. work and attainments. installing, officer. She advisedthe officers of the Catholic Women's Club of Rockledge have been installed, LACKTRAINING

Mrs.Raina John Obi, Our Lady of Angels; The dates for the annual retreats incoming officers of their from left by Mrs. Theodore Antony, vice-president of Orlando-Central deanery; Mrs.
W. Caven, Resurrection
in St. ,Augustine were duties and obligations then R. Soderstrom !Irs. 0. N. VanOrman
; Mrs. L. D. Penticoff, president; Mrs. L. L. McFarland, and Mrs. ST. PATRICKOn 1
given as June 21 to 23, and presented a gavel to Mrs. A. S. Zimmennan.
Sacred Heart; Mrs. C. L. Spark- [July 12 to 14. Reservations are Robert Lucio, pr sident. June 2, graduating seniors S
man, St. Joseph (Loretto); to be made with Miss LaVera Fernandina Ocala Winter GardenOn who are members of the parish HfCCEMlfir.II :
Serving with her for the T4Y8ECURITT
Mrs. John W. Herbert, and Abood. will be the guests of St. Pat-
'}Irs. Thomas M. Alexander, coming year are Miss Anne BeachST. BLESSED TRINITYA Sunday, June 2, membersof rick's Woman's Club at a m
San Jose SAN JOSE Tucker, vice-president; Miss parish picnic has been Winter Garden mission will CAM B. IAdvantrd
; Michael Shut. MICHAEL breakfast. First all will attend
Father Mortimer Danaher, scheduled for attend a Mass to be celebratedin
Josephine Cox, treasurer; :Mrs. May 26 at Camp Tralalaf
tack, St. Matthew Mrs. :Fran- the
; Father William J. Holmes ol r 9 o'clock Mass. Father
pastor of San Jose parish, was John Gambuzza, recording secretary Kiwanis. Friends of Blessed the City Auditorium by the
ces Dl Perro, St. Patrick Mrs. Thomas Gross will address the Mon InformitUa nil
; St. Michael parish has urged a* For *
M. J. Olivier. St. Paul (Jacksonville present at the recent installa- and Mrs. Walter J. Trinity: parish are invited. son of Mr. and Out This C**... CUNam
sense of responsibility for th group In the parish hall at
); and Mrs. J. R. Langen, ]tion of new officers of the San Grimes, corresponding secre- good of the Church upon the j Mothers and daughters received -F.Mrs. Lechowicz Joseph ... breakfast.The ........................
Jose Parish Guild. Officers Installed .
St. Paul (Jacksonville Beach). ; follows Mrs.D. tary.Father leaders and members 0 f the[ Holy Communion together of North Lake- annual mother-daughter Address ..................KIKCICity .
A blood bank has been es- were as : James G. Crotty of St. Michael's Catholic Women's; early In May. After. .......................,..
tablished for the residents of D. Berga president; Mrs. Cardinal Mooney High Schoolwas Guild. He spoke at the officers T wards 125 were served breakfast view Avenue, r, breakfast last Sunday was attended Stat ...................,.....,..
Winter Gar- .
the home. 1 John Ross, first vice-president; the guest speaker.Mrs. by 105 persons, reports
Mrs. George Pelligrlni, second installation in Seaside Inn. at the Marion Hotel. Father den. The Rev. ... :"ft'4 Gulf port
: Mrs. Maude Dickenson.
Final plans were made for ; Joseph Hinde and :Mrs. Newly installed are Miss 5
vice-president; Mrs. J. W. Alfred William G. Corry was the Mr. Casimir \d' '4
the "Senior Citizen Lucio the recent New officers will be installedon of
Day, May reported on Helen Griffin, president; Mrs Joseph Academy
corresponding secretary; : speaker. Lecho'r 4
15. diocesan convention programs. Pete Schuiling, vice-president; wicz 0. S.B. June 13. At the May meet-
Mrs. Rogers recording Father Da\id B. Cronin spoke Mrs. S. L. Rowland secretary: Mrs. Mary C. Askam, president Beauty Culture
secretary and Mrs. W. E. McKinney ; will be ordained ing, Father J. Manuel Coutou
briefly and presented gifts to Mrs. Frank Mayer, treasurer: of the breakfast sponsor,
ST. PETERSBURG treasurer. ;; to the sacred Priesthoodon gave a talk on the Church in 345-4435
the out-going officers. Mrs. William Green, deaner the Ocala Catholic Woman's
SACRED HEART Saturday, May 18, in the and mis- 4921 Gulfport B!.. St. r.t.rib.rc
Spain on Spanish
The annual spring festival Mrs. James Lacher was toast representative; M r s. Charle s Club. stated: Cathedral of St. John, Cleve- Frank Mediavilla Director
St. Anthony's Hospital mistress for the evening and Harrison parliamentarian; anc I Hiss Patricia McEvoy sions.
sponsored by the Women'sGuild presented
gob lllh 8tr*., Miss Anne Tucker was chair- Mrs. D. B White, chaplain. land.A .
St. IVtrriltnrr will be held Saturday, a very entertaining readIng monk of the Order of St.

1 )Mvdrrn Kratonalil M'.H Kqulpp May 18, from 1 p.m. until 10 man of the banquet. Helen Circle Griffin chairmen, sewing are circle Miss l; Benedict, h e Is a member of Madeira Beach Bank

; Conducted by p.m. on the Sacred Heart Miss Jennie Pikula, Our Lady'r; The event the first held by Cleveland's St. Andrew Abbey.He MADEIRA BEACH
L KItttr* of St. }',..el. Church grounds. New and ElktonST. will offer his first High
Approved by of Dolors; Mrs. Tom Lannon, the group, was planned by Mrs. Member _
American C.IIeg. at Butgtoat unusual booths will add to the Mass at 10 a.m. Sunday May : ;1r'r- -
AMBROSE Our Lady of the Immaculate Betty chairman of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
fun, and at 2 p.m. chicken dinner 19, in Lorain Ohio at St. Stani- ..
boxes will be available for Moccasin Branch Is all astir Heart; Mrs. Charles Long Oui r. the daytime division 0 f the slaus Church. That evening, Phone 391-9911 Open Sat. 9.12

$1.00. Cordial invitation is extended about the coming fair, reports Lady of Lourdes; Mrs. Mathiaj s)_ Ocala Catholic Woman's Club, there will be a reception at the

to all the public to par- Father William F. Balfe of St. Fiala, Our Lady of Fatima; anc I t who presided at the breakfast American Slovak home in Lorain -
ticipate. Ambrose Church. Our fair this to honor him. SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAINT
Mrs. Ken Jorishie, Our Lady, oj]f[ She was assisted by membersof
Father T. Leo Danaher pastor year, he stresses, is for the Born November 15, 1936, in AUC.USTIXK, FLORIDA
FLORIST-GREENHOUSES has announced that the installation benefit of both the Elkton par- the Rosary. the daytime division. It was Lorain, he attended Benedictine Resident and Day School for (Girls Grades 7-12

p !OO J.alu..I.w,.. i lo. of officers of the ish and its mission 0 f 0 u r Mrs. Eugene Darche, vice- so successful that the group High School In Cleveland.He Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited

WE \\IRK LOWERS 3acred Heart Guild will take Lady of Good Counsel. president of the St. Augustine; plans to make this an annual Music Art Dramatics! Tennis SwimmingFor :
867.2136 has a sister, Miss Elaine further particulars address: Sister DirectressFor
BT. rKTKKSHCRO place: Tuesday, May 21, at the Supper will be served from Deanery Council of Catholic: event on the first Sunday of Lechowicz, of Winter Garden.On .

Hyde[ Park Country Club. AfterIn 5 to 8:30: on June 5. Women installed the ,
p.m. officers. May each year. Sunday, May 26, at 9:30: .. -

__ Hu'_ ____. __._______________ ________ he will offer Mass -
Edouard C. Craig -- -- r--:- -- .. "'! t a.m., a High
Contractor and Distributorfor 4 .+ i
:: / .' [S Hills, Orlando. It will be on
And Insurance Needs Call
: }/ '*"':tj..d., t.t |: the following Sunday that he
Vikon Metal Ceramic
,' t ',f{ I;, will be the celebrant of Mass : LaVoie Realty & Insurance
and Mosaic Tiles -' nv at Winter Garden.Tampa .
4154 Central Avenue Phone 8964133For
917.94th St. So 347-4101 "" 11

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? Catholics Of Pinellas County
L .4w I [ Forty two public school children -
w "-
of Our Lady of Perpetual
Calvary CemeteryEndowed
SERVICE Help parish received their

: <. First Communion
FRKF plcln'p .t JUUVtRY Holy from
IJth St.' 1.. IlIlh A.... So.I'hon. Father Thomas Kelly, pastor, CareU.
.. .
"1:11: C.KKFV 1161-41:1111 STAMPS e on May 5. This important event S. 19 at 58th St. No. Phone HE 6-4238

8th f4t. &; IHlh ATI- So. -fS_ L J. g. ... was made possible through the
Phone 84-4 US --- : combined efforts of the Fish Office Open 9-4 PJH. Dally & 1-4 P.M. on SundayS
S WRITE ESSAYS. WIN ers, Helpers and Teachers of
the front row, from the somille Beach has posed with second in the 8th grade,. medalist Joseph McGonagle, the Confraternity of Christian

ENJOY AUTOMATIC left, Sister Irma OS.B., principal pupils who won essay prizesin Deborah Breen, honorablE! Pamela Hole, _8th grade honor- Doctrine under the leadershipof AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

"KeepFilled"DELIVERY of St. Paul's School at Jack- a contest sponsored by mention in the 7th grade; able mention Sister Mary Clare Father Kelly and Father

Ponte Vedra Daughters of the Terasa Tassone, 8th gradE! 0.S.B. and Mrs. George- Curtis. Robert Lennon.
American Revolution
Phone Jackson's Shoes '
: Joseph Lillich, 7th grade S

St. Pete- 898-1111 L dies' & Men's won a silver medal and had his FINANCING & REFINANCING

Clearwater-446-8314 I paper entered in the state con
Clinic Miller

Vitality-Weyenberg Mrs. J. P. LeMaster. chapter .

Cushioned Bellaires historian, and the children's r: S
t E _ _
OLDEST and LARGESTIN teachers the It .. s ... -
are pictured at S
641 Central Ave. 862-1355 ,
PINELLAS presentation of certificates. .S S L <
Marilyn Hoey was the 5th BANK

grade medalist, Connie Lyons
second in that class and If r Jtoetv Chairman
Free Check-

Judith mention. Milligan, honorable ; -- ;*:: ., I __ ; LI

Accounts .t .
Christa Murphy was 6th :

C1Cosf' Available grade medalist, Patrick Walters .*, L_ S'I ..rr"I : BY THE BOX

was second in that grade 1L_ 'tI\ ,5f "1' + I. t4 d'.J
: nts May Be and honorable Thomas mention.Clark received *,. 1&Ls.s .1 "fd'': ;& OR BUCKET"IT'S ti

By Mail Mrs. Don Birch is at the left --- __.tSt- "I_.- "'__. ____ S .. .... &_ A'.... '


THE NATIONAL BANKOF vfrom left are also Mrs. Hilton James Fogarty served, as installing officer at recent ceremonies for the \

ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA Walters, Mrs. David Bicker- new officers of Assumption Parish Guild, Jacksonville; from the left, Mrs. Thomas J. Iwomo.At sc's \

1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th,AVENUE NORTH staff, Sister Mary Joseph, Doyle, treasurer; Mrs. Fogarty; Mrs. C. Hardy, secretary; Mrs.: George Dewey,

Member F.D.I.C. O.S.B., Linda Neal second in first vice-president; Mrs.. Joseph. A. Morrow, president; and Mrs. E. L. Heindel, second p I ,,'

GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK the 7th grade, and Aline White vice-president. _
Sarasota ]Drooksville


.PI_, Tire second annual "get ac 'Edward R. Martlneau AND PICK IT UP

FROM "JOSEPHINE TUSSAUD" ,HOSPITAL-SCHOOL, BONDS quainted" parish picnic will (3.S.B. has this reminder for

403PLO'RIDA THEATRE BLDG. *' ST. PETERSBURG, be held on the Church grounds
ENGLAND .. J ersons coming to the Brooks- 2501 9th St. No.
I f TELEPHONE 862-0381 : on Sunday, Hay 19, beginning ,
area for vacation or for
lft\\ -" -,-J> at 2 p.m. Both men and women -
!ecreatlonal purposes: Sunday
l S Florida's newest and moP, u- ate assisting the Ave Maria ,
usual attractioN! the 11911 of GIFT :Masses are celebrated at 7 a.m. BHBBHKi H IBiM Bi HBBHBVBVB BHHBl Hi
at IT'SNEWB" !!, THE IDEAL ; Guild, who have planned that md 10 a.m. In St. Anthony's
The Big Bci. ..b.:.... instead of the usual picnic
Two entwined Cross hurch at 57 Olive Street I
-- Wedding Rings on a KINGFISHRESTAURANT
; :. a covered dish be
; I '-S S_ ]Brooks ville.
symbolize the union of the couple in Christ.
__ brought, together with personal
: / '5505 GULF BOULEVARD S j This Cross males an.ideal Wedding,' place setting. Other food and
Iii ST. PETERSBURG IIIvia I Shower or Anniversary gift. Cross is *
sup drink will be available at nominal -
t I"" Rowers for Every OccasionTinman's
BEACH IIcs ; I plied with aluminum sleeve for use on
cost, and later a series of
; II Jdt North .! the Bay Way : I wedding calces. cc. FlowersBonded
are scheduled.
I Florist

t OPEN' DAILY, .& .__y From $4.50 3931 Telegraph Central Ave.Delivery 8623661MUMFORD Golden Fried or Broiled Shrimp

9 A.M. to 9 P.M. a Succulent Scallops
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: .. The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 17,1963 Page Three
'- -
Major Benefits Accrue to U.S.; From '? OWt:" 1't; .y r .ri. p t( Father John A. O'BrienAn

f Israelite Enters Into

BfGraduateHouseof5tudjesjnRorne y James C. O'Neill t a'Qw .C.: I InheritanceNO
: His Rightful
!: ;
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i- :
..I\ THE "House on Humility Street" is a proud outpost of Americah scholarship In "!:"", .' t ;.;....... ; two converts travel exactly the same path to the

Though Americans enter its sober doorway by the thousands every year, ".": \ .,"'; <:< Church's open door. Some enter only after prolonged
few realize how much this institution contributes to the life of the Church in theUnited '.. .: + i study of the Church's credentials and doctrines. Others

States. 11 seem to be drawn by an abundance of grace which renders
uate house in American Catholic -quility in the heart of a noisy, .
Most visitors think of the affairs. Bishop-elect De bustling city. :h their entrance almost effort- I then started reading, going
building only in terms of the ., ..: ;
Falco is its 10th graduate to This year 73 men live ; ,. ,.. j; less. 1 through some 300 pamphletsand
i North American j' < \
College audience be named to the American within the casa's walls, (Including Such seems to have been the many books, including

) office, which has been hierarchy two St. 4ugustlne ffij .. : f1. case with Joseph P. Riddell of j Bishop Sheen's.The .
i set up to assist American Cath- Because the Priests stay- diocesan Priests). 4' s; : New York City, now Frater novel 'The Cardinal.
olics In obtaining places at : ;; Jesus
Nicholas of the Child a
in:; at the house!" baH kindled a desire for the
papal audiences. Important as Priest of the
Priesthood, and another,
this service is, it is still onlya advanced specialized Order of Dis-
:! ; : "Fire in the Rain deepenedit.
l secondary activity of the intitution. in canon law theology calced' Carmelites

ture and Church at St. .
history, I got Into some Marian books
Its primary function is to be Florian'sChurch
graduates to be
are desire
; :and they quickened my
a residence of American Priests ; Milwaukee. -
responsible diocesan posts, for an order dedicated to Our
doing graduate work at the "I
The autobiography of St.
professors in the '
great ecclesiastical universities was reared in
officials of the I Therese finally led me to Car-
of Rome. the Jewish
courts and mel. After being dischargedfrom
special advisers
The full name of the institu faith" related I
the Bishops.! the navy, I joined the
tion Is the Casa Santa Maria : Father Rid- Third Order Secular of the
Before the Casa Santa : dell "but attended the
deU'Umilta. It takes its name ; syna- Carmelites and attended the
from the Via dell'Umilta (Humility became exclusively the gogue very irregularly. I pre- School of St. Philip Nerl in
Street) a small hack. serve of graduate students pared only six months for the
; : Boston for delayed vocations.
street near the famous foun- 1953, a smaller building on Bar-Mitzvah and this was my
: That remarkable school enabled
Janiculum Hill, called real contact with Juda
tain of Trevl on which the ; only us to complete a four-
North American College was San Giovanni, housed ism. But I had a constant preoccupation -
course in Latin and
can Priests doing r with the after life,
located from 1859 to 1953.
: English in nine intensive
work in Rome. This for a
which prepared me
When the undergraduate months. Then I entered the
was opened in 1933 and 1 r genuine appreciation of the
eminarlans were moved to the novitiate of the Discalced Car
located on the grounds of : Catholic teaching on heaven.
new and more spacious quar- melites in Brookline, Massa
today is the new North e
ters on the Janiculum Hill in Frater Nicholas continued chusetts.I .
1953, the old college was trans ican College. It closed in : : sn: '" the relation of his life story, was ordained at the Shrine
and did not reopen until
formed Into a house for grad- ; I saying: of the Immaculate Conceptionin
uate studies. because of the war. I became restless in high Washington, and celebratedmy
Between the years 19 ; school and quit to take a job
The recent appointment of 1 first solemn Mass at St.
and 1915-1953, a total 0 f as an operator of IBM ma
Elizabeth's Church in New
M. De 1
Monsignor students passed through chines. A later I joined
year York. My father has also era-
Falco of Dallas, Texas as the San Gulseppe. In the 10 !} : e the navy, and began my boot braced the Faith.God's .
new Bishop of Amarillo pointsup that the Casa Santa Maria t training at Great Lakes, Illi to hara
anew the role of the grad- been in operation a total ]P nois. Asa youngster I hadt done practically grace all the workIn

279 graduate students often attended services in the
my conversion, as it Involved
been enrolled. Together, Catholic Church and came toY intellectual
CLEARWATERwmamtm no long
graduate houses of the much home.
feel at
very search nor torment of soul.
American College number At Great Lakes a Catholic Indeed even the lack of the
alumni from 74
I friend invited me to go to Sunday ordinary course of instructionmay
Settg K. O'Brien and dioceses in the U.S. Mass with him and I well have been part of the

& Company From the outside, the went. I did this for about a divine plan. At that time I was

HIS Drew St. Ph.446-I39S Santa Maria looks little J month. but little interested in Intellectual

MUTUAL FUNDS ferent from the other n: While sitting In. the matters and, If lengthy

I STOCKS ft IONDS town buildings surrounding d: church, I experienced a deep study had been required, I

l!._...W' llmlllllllllnl Inside, it is an oasis of :1 longing to become a Catholic might well have abandonedthe

", though I knew littles whole project.

; about the religion. Withous agony, pain or toll
O'NEAL'S RESTAURANTTRY : e Indeed I had this same de- I was drawn by the bountiful

OUR FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN $1.25 < sire when I was a little boy grace of God into the Catholic
attending my first wedding inr Faith. This is the true heritageof
a Catholic Church. 1 called on every Israelite, for Catholicism
1778 GULF.TO-BAY PHONE 444-7381 n: the chaplain and informed him is the glorious and com

e of my desire. He told me tos plete fulfillment of Judaism,
keep attending :Mass and thate the convert-Priest concluded.
CLARK'SGULFSERVICE he would contact me later.

I h Somehow I got lost in the Vicariate Reports
e e L. shuffle and wasn't contacted RUKNOS! MItES (XC) -
PHONE. 446-3710' :I at the boot camp. The Baptism servicemen taken into Argentina's
(: ; I was rushed and I received very armed forces during
1 little instruction. I memorized 1962 do not practice their religion

the "Our Father" and "Hail Argentina's military
SKYCREST Mary' and was baptized. vicariate has announced. The
1903 DREW STREET Wanting to learn more about vicariate said that 97 per cent
:' the Faith, I asked cradle of the 11,000 are baptized Catholics
For Free Delivery Service CALL 446-2520 '
Line'4'i: Catholics, but was dismayed at and that 90 per cent have
9 A.M.-7 P.M. Emergency Phone 442-2525 h
., how little they knew. made their first Communion.

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Catholic CommentFirst Frank J. SheedMarriage Why Marxism Bests America in Italy .

Contracts Have this Interesting year, .achievements, the great vital Joseph Stalin's "Foundations of
:IN E which
by current gains for 'force of marxism-leninism Leninism. was pro-

the communists in Italy, I must 'which gives wings to mankind. claimed in February,"1962, by

. !: : Holy! Communion Day Memorable Four Valid i Conditions i :make reluctant announcement. We are proud that the the society roadto Moscow" to be still "iound

that opened for men theory.
'9""' & __ Next week I
.1 MIUUSAWUS of children throughout the parents are seeing their child for the last f fpVERYBODY knows that Rome uses decrees of shall concludethe space Is the society of victo- By "marxism-I ,"

II Diocese are receiving Our Lord in Holy time as an angel. Nullity to give the rich and powerful a way out of issuance of i, rious socialism, which put an Khrushchev means that "sci.ence" .

:i Communion for the first time. For the The first confession brings with it a unsuccessful marriages." these columns. I end forever to capitalistic exploitation based on the philosophyof

ti parents First Holy Communion Day is one pledge to frequent confession. Confession "Everybody knows" is a. pleasing phrase. It means Under ordersof to social injustice tosla.ery. dialectical materialism, the

of great joy; they see their children in implies sin. The child gets his first taste that the speaker is about to something I my spiritual f ." denial of the existence of God,
say knew which the and
their.pristine beauty-unsullied and un of adult life-sin. He now leaves the irresponsible director and \t The Italian people
but likes
he can't believe.
fl prove to full well ,that the Issue In tactics of the proletarian rev
tainted. For the children First Communion life of a baby and must assume the counsels of
Holy ( If instead he said "It is believed violent !
; widely their elections was Soviet olution, going on to -
is a milestone in their life this is the responsibility of his own actions. The my doctor, I
; .
I by people of similar prejudices who know have been Russia versus the United overthrow: of all noncommunist
the first time they are permitted to receive pledge of frequent confession tells him per. .
.. %:- as little about it as I know myself, then suaded that a States. governments.But

the bread from heaven. For the that no matter how hard he tries he will J h\\ -. he would be dead accurate. Why is the man of 72 ,And to the tune of one million first it undermines those

pastor First Holy Communion Day is a fall again and again, each fall .will leave notion that nullity decrees are for the additional votes, they reg- governments by the communist -

day of hope. He sees Holy Communion as its scar. rich and powerful so widely held? For the Louis F. Bud nz istered their support for Mos- line, largely advanced by

a pledge for the future; a pledge from Parents would love to see their children simple reason that what happens to such cow, having lost faith in this noncommunists.This .

God that this Communion class will be spared the scars of life but fully years of age, affected with four nation. is of particular interest
is headline what to
people news, happens :
credit realize that chronic illnesses, can no longer America not been bogged to Catholics today for
1 a to Church and country providing they are a price everyone must Had
and me is not. nullity decrees
you meet the requirements of a its 'pragmatic philosophy the communist line of American
I they stay close to Christ through Holy pay for reaching adulthood. down ly
the hear about ,
are only ones we : but deadline. My voice will not be
it abandonment of the
Communion.The First Communion is a farewell to in- and timid approach, cap-
their divorces, so ,are their marriages. wholly silent. It is my ambition nations aid
-so are would have answered Khrush- tin to communist
fancy. It is a reminder to the child that
secret wish of parent, teachersand Nullity is no more their'. to follow the course of my chev by telling the Italians countries! recognition' ofRed
without Christ he can do nothing. It reminds summary of it in my book
pastor alike is that these children will special preserve than divorceor Nullity of Marriage) leaves no brilliant and beloved predecessor -what "marxism-leninism" actually China cooperation with
parents teachers and Priest
Father James Gillis
marriage. Castro In
advancing commu
retain this beauty of soul for the rest of doubt that Consuela was totally -
they cannot bring the child the
through Thus, we know that the:, in devoting myself to preparing But the truth happens to be nism in Latin America 1* to

their lives. It's not an optimistic wish! for tumultuous years ahead without the graceof Pope has given quite a lot of .1 her incapable mother who of saying insisted"no" to another book, "The Bolshevik -unfortunately, that not one be advanced by the Reds

adults know that life will bring wounds, the sacraments.The people permission to regard a,the marriage., As the mother upon Invasion of the West." out of a thousand educated among the Catholics every

disappointment, despair and sin. feeling of nostalgia, sorrow and marriage as at an end becauseit herself said: "When I gave an Such a work has been made Americans has the slightest where.

joy combine to make First Communion has not been consummated.But more essential by the communist idea of what this phrase rep- We learn this from "The
First Holy Communion really launchesa order, no one argued. I did not
child Day a beautiful one. It is a day we pray the one such case the ask her, I commanded her to gain of one million resents, which crowds every Worker" of April 23 and May

: a into life. Up until now the child that the child will never forget; a day whole world knows about con marry the Duke." votes in Italy. There have communist document and is 5, In the latter of which we

i) possessed the innocence of a baby. The adults will always remember. cerns Lucrezia Borgia, becausethe 3. The agreement must be been many reasons offered In not only a phrase but a plat- are also acquainted with the

it Pope who gave her the our general press for this de form. Red explanation ,of Italian re-

Father Leo J. TreseGoof's dispensation to re-marry, Alex- agreement an agreement to live to together'marry. An for velopment. This is even illustrated in the sults. I will quote:

ander VI, was supposed to be Some think it is a condemnation stirring book, "The FBI Story," '"The national elections In
number of years, or untilthey
I her own father. of "the opening to the where the author, Don Whitehead Italy last Sunday and Mondaywere
.felt they had had enough,
Love Helps You Attain HeavenYuu Was Lucrezia lying when is not an agreement to marry. left" while others (such as the represents the battle be- a tremendous expressionof !

she said the marriage had not New York Times of May 4)) tween the FBI and the communists the masses of people for the
One can hardly turn on
: been consummated? Was the blame it on the Vatican for not as being a "cloak anddagger" unity of all democratic forces
A are fairly sure that you Conversely, we can see why to which have no radio without risking remem-
graces we Duke of Sforza lying when he having educated the Italians in enterprise. There is and for world peace."

get to heaven, are you despair is such a grave sin. right. We may neglect prayer. said it had? The world thought bering the Marconi case. It the ways of democracy. They no reference to the intellectual Now, the communist definition -
not? You should feel secure on Despair (even undue We the was proved to the satisfactionof
anxiety) neglect
may sacra- Lucrezia was. You probably
are supposed to be a people combat which resulted in the of "peace" has been givento
this score. The divine virtue questions God's His ments. the Church courts that he
power think so too. who definition in of "marxisrnIeninism" for know
swing easily from fascismto court us enough us to
of hope was ability to help We ourselves had married Beatrice O'Brien
us conquer our may expose But the world did not actually communism.The and the "Aeso that it involves the forwardingof
implanted i n temptations-or questions His unnecessarily to temptation.We only on his promise not to
Neither do
h',r know. you. Italian masses, however, pian language" to which it re the class war and the even
yoursoulwhen trustworthiness.What read books which oppose her getting a divorce if
we Which affects
may probably your
have a peculiar way of realis- sorts. tual dissolution of religion.It .
were bap "- is worst of all should not read, see movies than it affected -the marriage did not work out
you despair certainty no more
tic thinking, and of noting the But if you will take my testimony is a sample of the cornrades'
-. tized. You began P God's love which we should not see, cultivate world's. well.
: questions ; questions the
( stupefication of American pol- in the trials of the communist audacity however, that
.. t o exercise whether He really cares what friendships (perhaps a There are four conditions 4. A Catholic must be married since leaders and chief
icy 1933. In his extensive turn to my they try \place a respon-
before the Priestor
this virtue happens to us. divorced person?) which can for a valid contract of mar parish interview with Halo Pi- definition of "marxismleninism sibility for their gains on Pope

when you became -_ We can mis heaven, of only spell danger. riage. The absence of any of his delegate. When Pope etra, editor of the newspaper"II ," you will find by com. John XXIII Indicative of how

old _____ course; but if we do so, it When sin ensues, as inevit- them would mean no true Pius VII came to Paris to Giorno," in late April, parison that it is almost word they plan to woo .Catholics.

___ will be because have ably it must, we assure ourselves contract and therefore no crown Napoleon as Emperor,
enough to understand ___ we Josephine told him that their Khrushchev boldly said: for word a quotation from the i Need more be said, urging an

the neglected to me God's grace.It that God is good, God marriage. "The soviet people confirms "Program of the CommunistInternational" Intelligent study of this sub-

meaning ofGod's will be only because we understands our weakness, God Running through the four, marriage had been only a civil day by day, through its of 1928 and of' ject

love for You have not really tried. will not cast us off. we can place a big name ceremony. The Pope would not
-I you.
against"each. crown Napoleon till the mar
learned that God has The sole uncertainty is the What we really are saying, -
-I. of in such an Instance, is that 1. The parties must be free riage was put right. Cardinal Father John J. Castelot
ised you whatever graces you uncertainty our own perse- .
Fesch who had earlier
received -
_ may need, throughout your verance. It is good to have a God does not care whether we to marry. Henry VIII of Eng I
mistrust ourselvesand love Him or not. God will haveus land, who wanted to be rid of from the Pope all the
life, in order to come to Him healthy of Psalm Shows Fervent Use of
Katharine becauseshe dispensations necessary for Prayerfeel
of Aragon
in heaven. our own strength. We on any terms, even our own.
the execution of his duties as
You learned that God in all should be idiots to think our In short, we say that God is a had not given him a son,
claimed that they had not been First Chaplain to the Emperor week we spoke of secure from sudden am composed long before the advent .
selves of sin.
powerful whatever lie wants incapable LAST
fool.This is the sin of free to marry because she had ) married the pair with- changes of mood bush. The "pit" Is the Hebrew of Christianity with its
to do, He can do. Yet, our mistrust of self Is presump--
tion. been married to his dead out witnesses. within a single psalm. In sheol, the shadowy abode of universal charity, its eager desire -
You learned that God never compensated for, overwhelmIngly .
If God had to make a choice brother, Arthur. Soon after Napoleon soughta psalm 27 we have an excellent the dead. for the conversion and sal
- breaks a promise; what He has by our trust in God. '
doubtless He would prefer that The Pope, Julius II, had declaration of nullity, on the example of such a switch. As far as the Hebrews knew, vation of sinners. Not that this
_ said He will do, He will do. He wants us in heaven far "
You probably were not conJ more than we ourselves wantto we expect too much of Him, given a dispensation. Henry :principal ground that the The first stanza there was no distinction between sentiment was entirely foreignto

scious of formal chain of there. Short of than that we have no confidence argued that marriage to a deceased :[:'parish Priest had not been ((1-5)) is a the lot of the good and the Old Testament, but it

any get taking at all.Jowe'r.r. broth r's widow wa$...4here. Cardinal Fesch had dispensations fervent petition that of the bad in the hereafter.1 was certainly not characteris
reasoning. Yet, at some early our free will, there is .
away .
: his *
forbidden by the law of God,, covering duties for rescue 1 ticM'. *r
point in your spiritual develop- just nothing God will not do to the golden mean
Chaplain, but was the celebration And the psalmist asks fora
1 ment you wrapped all these get us there.It of hOIt'-tlf'cure but not prr- so that the papal dispensationwas from the handsof S so Still, w e can m a k e these
of marriage one of of his life lest
itself null and void. Rome enemies.The prolongation words our own as a
truths and made umptous-must be aim prayer
together an is our
a rare thing for a per
decided against him. these duties? It is the sort of second 'I he be consigned to an eternal that God's punishment of the
act of to sin It is and practice.We .
hope. son by despair. a
2. The parties must make the question lawyers love. But the (G-7)) Is an existence with evildoers: wicked may bring them to
You knew then, as know thing for to decide shall
you rare a person make our mistakes.
agreement freely. In 1926 the, case never came to Rome at equally fervent_ -,- Drag me not away with the their senses and lead to their
F now that if you do your reasonable "I am lost. I cannot pos- Spiritually we may dwadle,
all. Napoleon his decree in : wicked with those who
whole world rang with the got cry of thanks- do conversion and eventual salva
best to cooperate with sibly get to heaven." wander, stumble, even fall.
Marlborough case; and the, Paris. giving to a never wrong, Who speak civilly to tion.
God, He will bring you safely Against the virtue of hope, If we fall a dozen times, still
As to the that the their evil is
has charge attentiveGod. neighbors though
ringing not ceased. Con-
through all dangers. sins of presumption are much we reach for God's outstretchedhand Jesus, too, cried to His Father -
_ suela Vanderbllt had marriedthe rich are favored: I examinedthe And the third ((8-9)), very in their hearts ((3)).
He will bring you to Him. more frequent than sins of de and rise again. We do for deliverance from the
_ Duke of Marlborough in figures for eight years likely a liturgical addition, We who know that there Is
self In heaven.It spair. not give cup of death, and the apparent
up. 1895. They ceased to live to-. ((1927-30, 1952-4, 1956)). broadens the perspective froman a heaven for the good and a
is easy to see why an act Presumption occurs If we That is the important point: deafness of heaven caused Himto
gether in 1903 and were divorced .'I, 1066 cases were heard by the individual case to the plightof hell for the wicked can make
A1 of hope is also an act of adora- expect God to do, not only we do not give up. We keep sweat blood in the agony in
by the civil courts In; Roman Rota. Of the 608 applicants the nation. this a sincere prayer for eternal the
i Ills full part in getting us to trying.We garden.
tion.By 1920. Consuela petitioned the t who paid their own legal The first stanza opens as follows salvation.We .
; hope we acknowledge heaven, but to do our partas do our honest best and But he accepted the divine
Church courts for a decree of expenses, 256 were successful, : can pray, not necessarily -
God's infinite goodness, Ills Infinite well. trust God to bring us safelyto decree that He take upon Himself .
nullity because she wanted her which is 42%. Of the 458 who To you, 0 LORD, I call; 0 my for length of days hereon
power His absolute ft.I Figuratively we twist God'sarm the end of our zigzag path. the sins of mankind and
! re-marriage, to a Catholic, to>, were too poor to pay anything, Rock, be not deaf to me Lest earth but for salvation
delity. trying to force from Him He will. suffer the torments those sins

I _ _ _ be recognized by his Church. 215 were successful, which is if you heed me not, I becomeas from an eternity of days in deserved-but'for the salvationof
The evidence (there is a 47%. one of those going down into the abode of the damned.
Father Michael V. GannonrGREAT those who had committed
the pit. The psalmist goes on to ask

God I* often called a Rockin that his enemies-and they are them.

Father Patrick O'Connor the poetic books of the God's, too, for they are sinful- And because' of His obedience -

CHAPTERS IN FLORIDA Old Testament.A may be given their deserved to the divine will, because

rock 's stable, solid, reliable !- punishment. of His compelling love

r Critics of Vietnam Told To and from the heights of a This is not exactly a Chris- for sinful men, He merited -

_ CATHOLIC HISTORY I rock one can look down upon tian sentiment, but we must for Himself and for us-the

J the surrounding terrain and remember that the psalms were glory of the resurrection.

Weigh Reds' Alternatives

_.1 ON September 27, 1514, 2 J Jrear i to convert them to our Holy \barked from Puerto Rico in Question BoxEnquirer's .

: after his first voyage Catholic Faith." two ships with 200 men and 50 PRESIDENT John BaptistNgo- dinh Diem and his gov- J

to Florida, Ponce de Leor,i Before Ponce's new missionary 'horses, together with a varietyof I
eminent of the Republic of Vietnam are targets for

was commissioned by the Span. enterprise could get underway domestic animals and agricultural critics communist, anticommunist and what may be called Interest Governs Time 1

Ish king, Charles V, to secure- two historic events took implements, gunpowder rmfncinnot? "*"
._ ::! _..
_ possession of his new discov- place that are worth mention. crossbows, and other arms. 6 ize diplomacy and international -- -
There is plenty to criticize ({. How long does a convert
cry. First, another explorer, Diocesan and religious negotiation as was done successfully -

- The patent, or commission, Alonzo Alvarez de Pineda, discovered Priests accompanied the expe- as there is in most governments in Laos." have to attend instructions TRANGE BUT.TRU

empowered Ponce to settle dition to establish mission especially those recent before he will be S E
in 1519 that Floridawas "That "success! in Laos baptized
- "the Island of Florida.. He posts among the Indians. ly developed and under enemy Little-Known Facts for Latholics:
not an island, as everyone must have looked better to ?
fire. But there is
! was to take with him a number thought who had heard Ponce'saccount Their landing; with PonceIn certainly far By M. J. MURRAY n" '.IMIo sw --......
. more to criticize in Red-ruled those If'ttf'rTriters In the
of PrieMs. of the 1513 voyage. In- Florida is the first l.o'l- A. Each individual case must

Treat (the Indians) as bes'''t stead. Pineda learned, the new lively I authenticated instanceof north Vietnam. t.- United States last month be considered on its own merit. : jsrEmEL1b:? I

can," the King admonished i One way to evaluate current than It does here in Vietnam, --- -'
you the T
land was a peninsula and he presence of Priests on Converts are received into the '' 4 F CHURCH.
"seeking In every possible wa 9 criticisms of policies and prac- -_- .- WAS BUILT ABOUND
_ himself fixed the western junc- the mainland of the United next door to Laos. --
tices in south Vietnam is to Church only after they fully r J/OAD.MD HAS fcMUrHtMCf
the mainland Mobile States The has ,,
ture to at present government ,I JFT THICK.IT .
evaluate the critics.Communists understand the teaching of the
river and bay, which he named Ponce landed on the Florida made mistakes and gives its IS THE ONLY

after the Holy Ghost Rio de coast, precisely where is not, are now noto- 'friends continuing cause for Church and the obligations ofa CHURCH

Espiritu Santo. known, but possibly i nth e, rious for deceit. Their criticisms worry. But it does nothing Catholic. In addition, they IM LONDON NOW

Second an accident took vicinity of Charlotte Harbor.He are significant, however,' badly that some of the dissident must have a desire to enter the IN CATHOLIC MHOS

was immediately and in showing what they find to groups would not probabty Church.
which have
1 place at sea
be worth .
exploiting prop'
furiously attacked by Indians.. do worse.
The time will with the
brought the first Priest to the vary>
Many of his I followers were, ganda among masses. i
Unfortunately, hardly
PuMlnhrd vftrj Friday Florida >hore*. We do not killed, and Ponce himself was: \ntJcommunist c.r I tic* crjtfcfem, no matter how reasonable -individual. Some may learn

FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Ini .. faster than others.
know for s ure. badly; wounded by an arrow. Others may
r I'.O Worn 35il OArdcB34J; ': usually intend to do good bj,; may be published lo
JSt East Colonial Irl.. OrU"d 1 His name was Father Alonzo He sadly reembarked with his';I showing weaknesses that> bally One of the traits of the want m 0 r e time trf think it

_ Subscription in U.S.A. and Canad;*' Gonzales and he accompanied Priests and people and returnedto up administration is that like / tr VINerNT FeRRER D/t1 LAY DUAlUrtJALLY
$..00 per year; other countrx r should be cured.' VI PIt&COC' US IliTCLLftTU4l.: '7Att'l.:
Cuba where he : :
53an died
of his : ,
: 15.00. ill-fated voyage of Fran- most, Asian governments, it Is over.Q. 1' i1FrJ": Hr UfiAJ/ItAlHK1'1HE ClAt 'cr 41
wound a few days afterwards. Many of President Ngo dinh Is it permissible to say tIlT EItHr. Ar'f'NUvc: AND
$- The Florida Catholic Is a memtxcf r cisco Hernandez de Cordovan extreniely sensitive. Hence Ill( PHILOSOPH" 111TlVl. tJ'I1kCHC & '.. :hW Il

the Catholic Press Assooiatio, from Cuba to the Bahamas in Noble in conception, the first. Diem's critics, Vietnamese and criticism, however well meant my prayers in bed? I 11.IroLOt:;8EU Ilt $.it Jf1/:: c
and the National Catholic Welfai"e |foreign, are anticommunist;. WAS :
Conference News Service. Bogn 5r 1517. Stray winds blew Cor- missionary enterprise had beena has' -utile chance of doing the OF l'HUNNERrr III Z

_ and Martin publishers representi! i- dova from his course to Yucatan conspicuous failure before it.: well-meaning and intelligent.Then good it ought to do. It pro- A. You may pray a t anytime .,",,, ... ..,- ."" .,AIIo/

tivt, Entered: as second class ma where 50 of his party of could even take root. there are the critics'cJl':'vdfces reactions and rejoinders and in any position. However : '
Way 1. 19*>. *t Orlando ; icr&oiieIiiC
I the Act of March 2. in,. 110 were killed by Indians. It Commenting on the failure I neutralist tint, hazily hopeful :that'Hraw more criticism. it is better to say night ,

is not recorded if Father Gonzales a Spanish chronicler, Oviedo.| that some sort of compromise .One -foreign observer has prayers on your knees if you i2i4B1cALI A
; 5SAltlTSWKrmN
EB was among those killed.If wrote: "The time was not yet;: will save everybody and every said that an immediate dangerto are physically able. or ..I. s.tJ j/rPe rJl tteL ESNICHOLA -
Father Vlneent F.. Smith he was not, presumably he come for the conversion of that; thing. In this way you are praying ', -,/ ivI ,

Executive Editor with Cordova when land and province to our Holy Last month 62 Americans Vietnam is that Americansand with body and mind and ,are CARDINAL r I12D ONf: AN -AAA&wI
I Editors: )II.. "a.. Qatas was stray the Vietnamese WISEMANAMD (4 MI'SIOHM'f.'DC SECOND4pRtcrr
Catholic Faith published an open letter ad- govern- less apt to fall off to sleep.
Mark A. II.iIicJoapk winds blew Cordova's fleet NOT ey I It: RtAAM WHO UViCARDIt4L.
A. ...1.... But other missionary-ex, dressed to President John F. ment may exasperate each However if there is a good reason ,
_ Advertizing Manager against the west coast of Flor- plorers felt differently. Kennedy, calling on him "to other. That could lead to a why you can't kneel, then NEWMAN At' DCCIAMPERSCCUnOM If TWC OTHCH,

17 1963 Ida during the return to Cuba. (Xe\t week: halt U.S. military intervention"In critical situation more harm- say your prayers in some other tTATZD v.. A MOMtC OT THC PtStRT
Friday May REONT OtKTOOtf.
In 1321 Ponce de Leon em- Panfilo de Xarvaez) south Vietnam and to "utll-ful than critical men. position. -

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B FISHER APOSTOLATE WORK TIlE OPEN HOUSE AT PARISH CHURCH The Jacksonville parish's Open House drew 700 persons ciation of the,.Faith was a certain result.

P. A popular means of getting across the Catholic faith an open house at Christ the King Church in the Arling- 2!sr *rer.s .w acw mr4.' .t Sx %- ... ...;. _. ,; Charity- Help- -Urged- -

to interested inquirers is the parish Open House. On this ton section of the City of Jacksonville. Above, AI Mar- .. .,, ;.1lA. JiI.' !- r .r ..t1 it SANTIAGO (NC) Chile's
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I'I page, members of Father W. Thomas Larkin's Fisher tin explains statues and votive lights. Visitors are im- : ."$ ,.. A: '. ,.: I Cardinal has told his countrymen -
Apostolate are shown when they recently held just such pressed with such external signs of devotion. i ,:fl.,1t. > ,
i ___..__Mr_._+_, "_ _____ n__.._.._._.__.. ,_,,'_"_ _m...'m..._ ; ':: \ that the full developmentof
f-! }. III.. ff.. t ftiI1'V. .. a "'* .f;,; ;, :: ,. society depends on the
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John XXIII has told 1500 chil- '.'::..."' Mr Charity Day, April 1, said that

dren here that they are the r', fRo Christian charity "gives, for
,:VLXt his F" gives, extends to our enemies
of "because
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are children who pray with i' l
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I the natural vivacity of your i h'; a # y. brother.
S Sa The National Charity Day
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#iw ties connected with Caritas-
the association of the living
Chile, national Catholic relief
rosary, whose members are w
y k. supposed to pray the rosary : agency. Cardinal Silva Henri-
is president of Caritas-
every day. They came on a a .. quez
special train of 15 cars in honorof ,r Chile.

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ary. The train started from w JACKSONVILLEHOME
a a3; l 5 J'? ,... S.t
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Milan and stopped Bolognaand .., ':. Tj

Florence to pick Up..more_ ,;\,..> ,. ....'.'. ,.'..,.r...z....,. .....
.w L xcI children on its trip south. 3 ., i '$' :. '. ':.' .
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Walker of Christ the Church in Jacksonville tells after of that the affection We feel for :' ,.\ : t. r Elevator
Ray King i.
wave t ; ;
you reflects the love Jesus ,.. ..... .,... ,... ,,:. .I.'v'"
II Open House visitors the significance and variety of :Mass vestments. For easy inspection when little ..,"')". '. ...:"".f..n..;.''$" v'. t&. ,". 'Z". '.#' '!' .. AI"'!; :)<.r., .. K atal Kaiy Ttrntt
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few boards to the center aisle where the vestments could :' '\ ''' .: 'J ... :
I a were placed parallel children surrounded Him and ''W. '1d \'S''ne.(> a x ,,.'t.. t;; .'-.r.. 4'X. .. 'Y' ..: ;.....r:M r I A .. hour without a
easily be laid out.Kuykendall. He listened to them and :' :) tf .4 i mark .r ifratrh ..
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blessed them tenderly, Pope << > > t V. -- -
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One of 2 Nazareth
John said.Before VIEW OF CONFESSIONAL GIVEN TO VISITORS"Fr. far normal ..".

Insurance AgencyIs Colleges Renamed the audience, the Larkin" reads the sign, meaning that he is inside the confessional to administer waiter.MEYER&ASSOC.Her*.. a. a Vamb-i

children heard a Mass offered This said John on the day of the Arlington
the sacrament of Penance. Morgan
Now In The Position To Offer To The Catholic Schools A _
LOUISVILLE (XC) Nazareth -by Glacomo Cardinal Lercaro, what Catholics understand when theysee the Priest's sign on the outside
Open House
Student Accident Insurance At A Rate As Low As $1.75 Per tut Cunnlacham Road.
I Student Per YearIf College here will be Archbis.hop of Bologna, at a of the confessional. Posters here, and elsewhere in the church, aided nonCatholic .1..111. IC. FI.rtdaAdvertisers
known as Catherine Spalding erected altar near the
Interested specially visitors that day to understand the part of the church they were seeing.
College after September 1. papal altar in St. Peter's ba __ .... ... .
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WRITE TO: The change 'was announcedby silica. : Univac will rlelp appreciate it
; :
I KUYKENDALL INSURANCE Mother Lucille superior With the children was Dominican 7.? : .t'j ,. NOTRE DAMK (XC)-Notre when you mention

general of the Sisters of Char Master General Ani- :. a P.O. BOX 3711 ORLANDO ity of Nazareth. The new name ceto Fernandes O.P., accom ..... .: .. computing center and mathematics
I Agents For American Fidelity & Casualty Co., Inc. will honor the foundress of the panied by his t assistants for ... ;-.s.. f I building on :May 10.

Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.The Italy, Germany and Poland. A v The new facility,built arounda

change ulll end con Dominican Priest introducedthe UNIVAC 1107 computer, will

fusion between Nazareth College association 0 f the living ,. .:. H Ht be blessed by Father TheodoreM. STEER

here and Nazareth College rosary into Italy. Hesburgh C.S.C., university ROO

at Nazareth, Kentucky. Statue Studied president.The .
Both schools are staffed by three-story computing

4r the Sisters of Charity and both VATICAN CITY (XC) -A center Is expected to expedite

are four year liberal arts col model of a statue commemorating P ...r }A h.ert > research in all of Notre Dame's CHARCOAL V anotLta

leges. They existed for several the reign of Pope Pius schools and colleges. It. will l STEAKS

I.r i:1 years as one college with two xn has been placed in St. :, also be used for the teachingof rot of lUater 8U Viaduct

campuses but were separatedin Peter's basilica here 5/A -IF computing science. JSL 4 tll
I4 the summer of 19G1.( A plaster of. Paris model ofa .
COLONIAL PLAZAOHLANr Catherine Spalding was only. bronze statue which is ex- r .' .
19 years old when she was pected to be installed late this } .
1 1i elected the first superior of year has been mounted in the .
For meritorius Catholic James Moran -
I Ir the Sisters of Charity in 1813. chapel next to Michelangelo's scouting, KKMAULK rUKfeCKUTlON HKKVICKDrnr.
i She served several terms as Pieta to let sculptor Francesco (above) recently received the Ad Altare Dei medal from (.........". Cigar and Camera rpartmeatFre .

mother general between that Messina study it in its future his pastor, Father W. Thomas Larkin, in Christ the .20St. rtoknp III.lid and III" Ilrllfrry BUd. aarhon JSV 1-'and 7S4. 6.da t..7ISMIS Bar

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IS A FAMILY AFFAIR... her pastor, Father W. Thomas Larkin, has been installedas Joseph Sims C.SS.R.; standing, Mrs. Frank J. Redmond,

president .of Christ the King Guild in the Arlington Mrs. Clarence Woods, Mrs. Fred David, Mrs. William CONNOLLY I MOBILE I : HOMEJSALES, Inc.6CA .

I CENTRAL FLORIDA'S FINEST parish of Jacksonville. Father Larkin congratulated of- McLendon, "Mrs. James Middleton, Mrs. James Fogarty, .

ficers and members on their splendid achievements dur- Mrs. Jack Morgan, Mrs. Robert O. McGill and Mrs. JJ ftiiet ttorth*.Bw'UJE* *!>two O-S 44>fty-P***

DEPARTMENT STORE ing the past 'nine years. Past presidents and guests Frank Cardiff. Parish Guild representatives recently

joined other new officers at the installation from left, attended the DCCW convention in Tampa.


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Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, Iay 17, 1963America's .,... ,;.
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Oldest Mission Preserves Coffin y A, b 1 t Ito _. __ M:.:,' "o, .:",J ;, ,"r. ,it.

fly Fr. Mleh*.I V. G..... Ph.D. that which "produced such prized as are the world-famed c ry, and mounting popular "

)r1..Io..t.mbre Director De Diot great heroes who went forth to pictures of the Louvre." I support resulted In a decisionof ;-

conquer newly discovered lands Stetson also took the occasion -t the City Commission, meetIng 1
for civilization and the faith to criticize the restoration j on July 29, 1940, to give 1i
original coffin of Don Pedro
Menendez de Aviles adelan- of the world. work done on the main body of c nistody to the coffin and headboard i .' i
In attendance at these cere- the coffin (which he must 1 to the Mision of NombreDe C x .
tado of Florida and founderof \ w
monies, along with the Flor- have visited in its temple of Dios, as the late Monsignor
this historic is
city, pre-
served today at the old ida delegation, were Alexander repose), as having been done ;Nunan had desired.

Spanish :Mission of Nombrede Moore, U. S. Ambassador to along "imaginary" lines. The Romance's Happy EndingThe w t

Dios. The Mission standson Spain, and his military attache, shape of the original coffin had decision was followedby I II

the site where Menendezand Major Campbell Hodges, later been changed, he said, and the 1 numerous expressions of I I

his pioneers first came the famed 'VorldVar II Army inscription that ran along the 'pleasure from individuals and

ashore, September 8, 1565. commander.The front 2and 'still does) was :groups in the city, who had
concluding ceremony neverpfrthe coffin originally, :come to believe, with the local
The. adelantado's coffin, with
which came as a great surprise but graced a marble tablet thatsealed' :newspaper, that "if this could
Its richly decorated headboard,
to the Americans pres- .';the entrance to the. 'old be done, the stories of (the 1 Y
described James Branch :
was by .R
ent, was the presentation of tomb. relics )adequately told, the historic -
Cab u. the late novelist andessayist
the original 350-year old Now the city had another and religious appeal to
"the most ancient outer coffin to the City of problem: what to do with the visitors would be tremendous.

St. Augustine. headboard? Within a short
there is
the mostInterest. Certainly, no
Angel Cuesta thanked the time, that problem, too, was doubt that the historic and

ing, and the Aviles officials for their mag solved, and coffin and headboard religious appeal touched the

most amplya nanimous gift, and announcedthat were finally reunitedin Cicero of the piece. To Cabell

u t henticated it would be preservedwith Room 310. the union of Nombre De Dios

of all the anti dignity in the adelanta Four years later, in 1938, and the ancient coffin

quities of Old do's "second city." Monsignor James J. Nunan seemed so fitting as to ,be

| St. Augustine." John B. Stetson took the D.D, V.G., chancellor of the very nearly poetic. .1.1FR.

Received with headboard which was richly Diocese of St. Augustine, wrote Since Nombre De Dios, he

Fr. GmnnoB pageantry from embellished with the Menen about the coffin to Cot Mac- wrote, "graces the spot whereon -

Aviles, Spain, In 1925 by local dez coat of arms, in his own Williams, who had been a Menendez first landed in

officials, who announced that personal baggage. Mr. Cuesta member of the delegation to St. Augustine-and where he
"it will be preserved with the sent the balance of the coffin, Aviles in 1924 then claimed the whole of GANNON TELLS ODYSSEY OF COFFIN AT AMERICA'S OLDEST MISSION I

reverence due it," the relic actually carefully crated, to the officeof Church Proposes Display"T North America in the name of Father Michael V. Gannon "Here lies interred thevery

lay under dust and oblivIon the American consul at his precious historical that special religion for which Director of the Minion of illustrious cavalier, GRIFFITH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME

for over 10 years in a Santander, where he arrangedto relic," he wrote, "was brought the decisive proof depends on Xombre De Dios, examines Pedro Menendez de Aviles,

Junk room of the City Hall. have it shipped at his own back to St. Augustine to be an empty sepulcher-the fact the headboard and coffin of native of this town, Adelan AMBULANCE SERVICE

Strange Odyssey Told expense by Tampa-Interocean treasured as a perpetual, me- that some 375 years later, Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles, tado of the Provinces of Florida BRADENTON -720 Manatee Ave. West

The whole affair, wrote Company steamer. morial of our great founder, Pedro should have come just founder of St. Augustine Commander of the Holy ANNA MARIA ISLAND -6000 Marina Drive

Cabell acidly in 1940, consistedof Relics Come to U. S. but for years it has lain unnoticed thus to be honored, in this The relics are preserved" in Cross of La Carca o f the

a "processional from adula- On his return to Florida the in the city's vaults special chapel, cannot but the chapel of the historic Order! of Santiago, and Cap

tory rambunctiousness toward following month, Mr. Cuesta covered with dust and obliv seem, to the considerate, a Mission, 400 years old in 196.>. tain-General of the Ocean Sea PHONE 8777524A.

quick oblivion." Not until 1940, wrote to Eugene Masters, St. ion." quite stalwart stroke of ro- The small' case! shown and of the Catholic Armada
the 375th anniversary of St. He proposed that the relic mance." which the Lord Philip II assembled -
Augustine city manager, advising above the" coffin contains an P. BOZA
Augustine's founding, did the him of the gift. be moved to Nombre De Dios. The coffin of St. Augustine's unrestoi-ed section of the against England in RIVERSIDE CHAPEL

coffin receive a permanent banner head "Xo more fitting place Founder rests in peace today in the" year 1574, at Santander, 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE.
public home at Nombre De The news made could be chosen, for this is the same Mission chapel whereit original wood boards!> bearing where he died on the 17th TAMPA 7, FLORIDA
the St.
lines in : Augustine
Dios. Now new interest has Record. the cradle spot of old St. was placed 23 years ago.. It a carted" inscription in odiof September of the said year

centered on the relic as the The coffin, and the head Augustine, the place where is seen each year by an estimated ni capitals: "JIENENDELbeing; 55 years of age"
Mission prepares for its Quad- Menendez landed his expedition 100,000 visitors to Amer- 1574." The body of Menendez is

ricentennial in 1965. :Mr.board Stetson brought, finally separately reached St.by and where the first ica's Oldest Mission, 400 years The epitaph. on the front buried in the Church of San JOHN S. RHODES, JR.

The story of the coffin be- Mass was said. old in 1965. of the coffin reads: Nicolas in Aviles, Spain.

gins with the death of Menen- Augustine amid much in civic February excitement., 1925, Col. MacWilliams replied, ,- '. '..-. -.. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
dez in 1574 at Santander, in agreeing that "there would be 4 ,
the head :
Stetson presented < u Yr 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446.3055
northern Spain, where the celebrated board at a formal meeting of no more appropriate place," ."..."::,' ".. ".A"''f. ,.... yM .
warrior had been assembling and he offered to endorse a d
the City Commission.He .:
an armada of 300 formal request to the city. Be- \\t'4' f..
announced that, so far
ships and 20,000 men to sail fore Monsignor Nunan could v KYLE-McLELLAN INC.
he knew It was "the oldest
as .
against England.The act, however, he died. ; :'(
relic of like kind or :<:t ,, rte, FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1
adelantado's will stipu- There matters rested until :.t rf .
character anywhere in the ;1i
lated that he should be buriedin the novelist Cabell picked upa f<'. \ 17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLE
country," and described it in ;> ..
Aviles.In as "priceless." WPA guide book in St. ...: (..t : EL 3-3966' Continuous Service Since 1856
compliance with that Augustine one day in 1940 and .\ <
in the rich : ... 1.
Because paint .
wish, the body was taken on read that the headboard of ..'jv.li\l \ .. \-, rY's.s.,.. Y, '$ a
decorations was beginning to ..,.'. '. '
sailed westward vI' ""
and f
board ship Menendez "rests temporarilyin ? ..:;
't .
with to air, Carl Bouchard Funeral Home
Before reach- flake exposure ;
along the coast. the City Hall until another ;.. .' ,, .
to take the ]
Ing Aviles, however, a violent Stetson proposed in display place can be provided." <\',13 3 557 CLEARWAT R-LARGO ROAD LARGO
headboard to museum
storm caused the ship to put Curious and amazed, for he Ya.
in at Llanes, and the coffin was Philadelphia for preservative was doing research on Menen- Telephone 584-2119
treatment. The City Commis- 4tb 24 flOUR AMBULANCE,SERVICE ,. _, ,
placed temporarily in the parish dez at the time, Cabell repaired ; ,
church of that town, with, sion authorized this work, and at once to the City Hall

as Barcia relates in his "Chron- turned its attention to the coffin "to revere the city's most intimate

ological History," "the greatest itself. relic of its founder." k?' t Haigh-Black Funeral Home

solemnity that was ever seen." Hard Times Banish Box Author Becomes 'Gadfly' I' a. "

Seventeen years later, in 1591, What to do with it? The side- Later he would write, in his y.

the coffin was finally trans- boards of the coffin were in a "First Gentleman of America"1"We : t. !

Menendez' native parish condition, and were A,
lated to decayed (Cabell and an elevator "
of San Nicolas in Aviles, fast deteriorating in the open operator) entered a twilit tF.oH g iI )

:where 1 t was interred in a air. Also, the simple decorations place which I can only describe .

sepulcher near the main altar in green, black and white as a junk room, inasmuch
There the coffin remained (mainly skull and crossbones) as it seemed overflow-

without Incident for the next were beginning to fade. More ingly occupied by dilapidated JOHN B. GORMLEY
333 years. troublesome benches and desks and chairs

In 1924 the governing authorities -. where to put it? Private entrepreneurs and window-shades and a Headboard of the original coffin of Pedro :Menendez de Aviles. The richly painted 103 Broadway- DAYTONA BEACH -CL 2-4771

of Aviles determined to I. made strong pleas to I pile of torn camp stools, and board carries the Menendez coat-of-arms. In the upper left hand corner are shown

celebrate the 400th anniversaryof display the coffin in their of framed photographs of civic two towers connected by a double chain. A Moorish warrior wearing a turban standsin

the birth of Menendez. As various tourist attractions. Bu: pageants, and of yet other the taller of the two towers, and brandishes a long sword. This particular symbolis BRETT FUNERAL HOME
of the observances the the City Commision could not; of the fauna
,part photographs i
the escutcheon of the city of Aviles.In 345-0101
would transfer the adel- decide among them. known as aldermen dating AMBULANCE SERVICE
city the 12th century when Spain was continuing its fight to rid the country of the
antado's remains from the old The boom-time real estat from about the second admin. i
to new Moors, a Spanish fleet advancing up one of the rivers in the south of Spain encoun-
church of San Nicolas a development called Davi ; istration of Grover Cleveland"And
into tered a chain stretched across the stream by the Moors to halt their The
funeral urn carved a Shores was in the making al it was by excavating this progress.
niche in the new parish church the time, and officials of tha deposit that the elevator operator commander of one of the ships was a native of Aviles. He originated the idea of Ati1

of the same name. enterprise announced ths t rooted out an entire cof equipping the prow of his ship with a sharp bladed instrument that could cut the 4RIO o.lrml ATritu "''t. PftfTtbnrgUilllam '

Aviles Stirs Interest they would deed to the city t fin. chain. Because the commander carried out his plan successfully, the King bestowedon T. Troy Th.mat 4. ffrrtt

The City of St. Augustine and plot of land near the Bridge 0:f "Here, sir it is," he said; the city of Aviles a coat-of-arms commemorating the feat. Catholic Owned and Operated

the State of Florida were invited Lions and erect there a mausoleum < ,, "but I ain't certain if thee
to send representatives.Florida in which to house th! gentleman is still inside it or Superior Dies

Governor Cary coffin. Before this event coul(1 not." BEACH MEMORIAL Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.
nine-man dele- come to pass, however, th- Cabell stood amazed" in the ObituaryMRS. I CHAPEL
Hardee named a (NO)-Requiem Mass was offered M. rrtrrtbarr Hrarti 300-5577: :
gation to attend the Aviles cer- boom burst, and a mausoleui l presence! of what he judged AMBULANCE SERVICEThe

emonies. Angel L. Cuesta, a was out of the question. to be the most Important antiquity IRENE ORTII here for Mother Mary SEMINOLE BEACH Finest Service Available
manufacturer, was From time to time durin!? in St.: Augustine." Anthony, 86, former superior MEMORIAL CHAPEL Regardless MeansT.
cigar POMPANO:
Tampa E.\ClI-J. P. .
named as chairman. John B. the years 1925-29 the city eJi'. And because he was a manf Orth of this city this week general of the Sisters of the St. I'rttrtbarr 3 907JFpALMS R. Downs, President D. W. Ford, LF.D.

Stetson Jr., a winter residentof hibited the relic for brie< who enjoyed enacting the public Holy Ghost. She died last i -
DeLand, was also named to periods in public building!!'* scold, he embarked at oncee mourned the death on May 9 month at the motherhou I 1045 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg Phone 862-3609

the delegation, together with Eventually in 1929, with th on a campaign of chastisement. of his wife, Irene. Mrs. Orth, i
the following citizens of St. coffin about to fall apart froi[n To every official body or civic who resided at 3257 N.E. 10th
the commission i club who would listen, Cabell Mother Anthony used to recall -
Obe P. Goode, State decay, city
Augustine: Street, Pompano Beach, was
local hi;J- made rousing speeches about and chatting with KEN DUDLEY
Senator A. M. Taylor, Col. Robert Ransom, a active in parish, deanery and meeting FUNERAL HOMEKenneth
W. A. MacWilliams, FrederickS. torian, to restore it. This wor le the discarded coffin. 0 tern- diocesan women's work. St. Therese of Lisieux while .
*A A IC A A fc V A.
Vaill Frank completed, the coffin was fina lNeva: I stated; and as a rule I "
M. L.F.D.
Vaill, Edward She served two terms as both were waiting for an aud- Dudley
W. Nix, and R. R. Scott. ly consigned to a permanei t added, 0 mortar* Leo XIII before Ill V
resting place-a catch-all roof n Certain citizens took up his president of the Southeast ience with Pope 111I 1 Catholic Funeral Director

Spanish Ties RenewedAt titled, simply, 310 on the this d Coast Deanery Council and the turn of the century. 4 Woynoro1 A. Dvryeo.fronk M.Ryt T

10 a.m. on August 9, 1924, of the City Building. General Dies was for many years on the Mother: Anthony had been superior 2nd AMBULANCE SERVICE
Hall of Aviles before story Mother 649 Ave. So. Ph. 862.6503
at the City board of directors of the St.
_ an assemblage of Church There, for the next tei l CINCINNATI (XC-Solemn Augustine Diocesan Council of general of the Holy ST. PETERSBURG Phone GA 8-6414

and civic officials, the ancient years, it was destined ti. Requiem Mass forIother Catholic Women. Ghost Sisters from 1936 to 1950. 1

coffin in which the adelantado's gather the lust of a more recent Mary Regina' Russell, 83, former In recent years, she servedon 1015 No. Dixie FreewayNew
had lain for over three civilization. mother general of the
body the board
of Holy Cross FUNERAL HOME SHANNON Smyrna Beach
opened John B. Stetsc n f Cincin
centuries was solemnly Meanwhile Sisters 0 f Charity 0 Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, and
Jr. seeing to the preserv,*- offered in the chapele
and examined. was nati, was ,
was an officer in her
h o m eparish BRADENTON SARASOTA giiiiuiniuaimiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiuiaiiiiiuiiiiiatiniimiiiaii C
L Along with the remains, of tion of the headboard. Nil of the Mount St Joseph mothe .. organization the 11It1l1Mg

ficials found a document attesting .. years after setting out to sa\ erhouse 11 e r e. Cincinnati's Church of Our Lady at of Assumption Service For 61 YearsFUNERAL Serving St. Petersburg Families For 40 Years =

to the' original burial,, it, he returned with the hea*- Archbishop Karl J. Alter of,

and this was publicly read tc I board on February 16, '192,4, ficiafetH! *.:* Mrs Orth, Pompano was much Beach.land | JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., Funeral Directors 1

identify the coffin and bones. and presented it to a special I y Mother Mary Regina dicey by all the many women whoserved it1' T .., ''' +''." ''' I AMBULANCE SERVICE I
the remains called meeting of the Ci t on May 9 in Good Samaritan '" .. /
Afterwards, with 1 p ry .
her on the Council : 6
_ were transferred to a metal Commission. Stetson explaini<1 Hospital here after a short 1 t. a former DCCW board .. T, : : 0"" ..t.C' s ,..# r ; y'.y.

casket and carried in procession that the relic had been treat d illness. A native of this city,, member states. -s --- -1. ,<< I iw Y_fMrer "a !
to the sculptured restIng by a process involving h<>l she, had been a member of the DIRECTORS 1

place in the new churchof beeswax, that permeated tl 1e Sisters of Charity for 62 years E .
_.i L 1
San Nicolas. board and held the flakes I of She was mother general from I 949-4211 TAMPA 237-3336 5I

Bishop Luis Perez Oviedi) paint in place. No discolor'a1932 to 1944. AMHERST

celebrated the Requiem Mass. tion had resulted. E

Father Jose Fernandez Menen. In a dramatic address, Sty MONUMENT

dez, a descendant of Pedro Me- son predicted that the hea,t.d- 4i91 uutrTalamrY & CO. Atngfon/ memorial Chaels, Jnc. I I

nendez, in the memorial ser'- board, already of great h' .\, 11. Craig R..d.t L. Bf'.f'tt
mon, said that "from then torical and sentimental.:e' Ambulance Service INVITES YOUR INQUIRY AMBULANCE SERVICEST. s 'a

ashes of the adelantado then would come in time to posse ss VA 4.1673y i Quality Work Guaranteed PfrERSUtlIGI82.9tll: .L.UtGOxn Af.o.GCLP. -BEACHES Ph. 3454)123CLKARWATEH. ) | Rhodes East Chapel 4th St. & 7th Ave. North 862-5155 |

will bud forth a new people'''"another claim, as a highs ; ST. AUGUSTINE 509 So. Dale Mabry Tampa 11390.Alt. 19 Ph. 391-0111 M -,611I I Also New Rhodes West Chapel, 900 49th..St. No 347-4123 IPage
and as great a nation again aIL : ; prized work of art-"as high 5iUlUUIIUIIIIIIUIIIIUIIIIIIIIUUUIIIIUlitlIIUIIIIJlIIIIIIUU }



ti//'..i",:__' :

JoKn C. O'Brien The Florida Catholic, Friday May 17, 1963 Page Seven .
Daytona Beach

Snarl .;:'.,.--" '-" ,. Congress WeighsChildren's
CARPETS LINOLEUM Transportation Vexes U.s ; '\
... ...-.. i;: : \ .: '.. '"'* ", ', Needs

CONGRESS is now in the midst of a debate on the administration's proposal for al- ..; '. e>. < ..' ... "

leviating what is called the urban transportation crisis. The crisis arises from a .', '.,. y; VATICAN CITY (XC) -

Wall To Wall change in the way the residents of cities and suburban areas travel to and from their { :. ; :; ."." : J\ Catholics working with young
people must understand their
places of business or ,
_i____ j.. emThe decline In revenue_n__ commerce figure runs betweenpioymeni. g--gJ'J' '" < '".. Christian needs, a Vatican
AI's forced them to curtail service, $9 billion and $10 billion. ,.. :' letter to the International
Until few .
a years ago Americans reduce maintenance and fore- In the second place, there Is q Catholic Child Bureau has said.
Floor Covering in urban areas traveled to : t 1
go the acquisition of new and no demonstration that the public r. A letter written in the name
and from work on public transportation f .

l modern equipment. In the ten will return to public trans-
of Pope John XXIII by Amleto
j Telephone CL 2-9842
systems trolleycars years from 1954 and 1963, 194 portation if anything like a f.. ," __ Cardinal Cicognani, papal secretary
i '
704 North Beach before t .. ,
transit "".
I companies went out of self-sustaining fare is charged f of state, was sent to

they weresupereeded business, leaving many communities In fact, many traffic experts Raoul Delgrange of Belgium,

by l with no public trans- doubt that the formercommutf"r president of the child bureau,

POWDER buses, rapid portation whatever. be weaned ',: < .
PUFF can
for the of week-long
opening a
lines i L Lr Lt
BEAUTY :Many of [the companies still away from the automobile. 'i! SALON and so-called ,, *' ,
operating/are losing money The city of Toronto, for example : the rights of children in Beirut,
Creative Hair Styling commutertrains. and eventually will be forced greatly extended Its !oi ; _
i Lebanon.
i Permanents ,Silver Blendingand But into bankruptcy.The rapid transit system in the ...,. tj
I Some 1500 includ-
Tinting mass production
magnitude of the hope of reducing auto traffic, ,;
puttingthe ing Catholics, Orthodox, Moslems -
1 Helen M. ffrhptnk. OR ,-un'D transportation problem in during rush hours. But the
cost of the and others are attendingthe
.. ,
A'iUntle, Orrn nd BrarhOpp. the nation's urban areas volume of auto traffic remained -
at the of
meetings College
automobile -
Coqnln Jr. "
about the as be-
within cannot be exaggerated.The ,: same the Apostles. The congress is

question is what can be fore. sponsored by the child bureau
reach of seven out of eight t, '
done to relieve it. The solution Americans apparently prefer
and the international officeof
families travel habits.. by
j Itailan and American Food proposed by the adminstration starting their journey to their -. Catholic Education.
and now being considered by jobs from their own door
,. Open 5 P.M. 'til I II I P.M. systems are carrying a steadily rests the rather than make a trip to a "' ''' The physical, intelligent

dwindling number of passen congress upon as- moral and religious development -
bus station ,
a or
stop subway
Banquet Facilities sumption that residents of ur >
gers, while city streets and : '-' ,..;, of the child depends pri-
ban and suburban railway station. And they :wantto -- -
Closed Mondays roads leading from suburbs are be can end the journey as close to E -...'.-!"f."r .,,', ;.. marily on the family and, on
persuaded to their '
choked with automobiles. Andif reverse l"""... .. "' those who are entrusted with
traveling habits, to return to their place of employment ,as t. _. .. JlJ
SAN REMO the trend continues traffic ''''' '';ij; ,. ." ... '_ r education and therefore Catho-
i public transportation. the nearest parking space will '.....''' ...,;! ..'''S.. ,...".'.-" .$
.. _
faces complete paralysis and '- .:<" .it .. .. ", ... lics should work together with
> 'W'
RESTAURANT The so-called urban mass permit. Only when the ... '. ''--, '" t' "'--'"....... ....,. ,..,. _, .."
the parking problem will be. weather is bad do "' w :, ;;;,";--r' t'.. .'<..... all men of good will to Insert
transportation bill would they patronize "4f.e _
1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL provide .
come insoluble. ..' Christian principles in the
; ,
federal funds to help public transportation and ;,.
2-1357 Some large cities, like Los : ,. various national laws affecting
i .a.
urban centers to rehabilitate then they gripe if cars are -- -.- .. '. ,-fh, ,, '" ; "
--- "" :-" A..q ;
Angeles and Chicago, have these areas, the letter said in
and extend, in effect subsidize, crowded or trains are late.
Our Advertisers help supportour spent billions of dollars con. public transportation A study by the director of BRIDGES, BUT NOT BUSES, IN MINNESOTAThis part.

newspaper Do you help structing freeways to facilitatethe If better public transportation systems. research at Northwestern Uni- footbridge which crosses Minnesota Route 494 between Richfield and

support our Advertisers? flow of automobile trafficto : is made available, the supporters versity transportation center Bloomington was constructed by the federal and state governments for the students

and from downtown areas. of the bill suggest, Indicated that commuters attending Assumption parochial grade school in Richfield. While this safety device Daytona BeachPRINTING

But the result has been mainly .: Americans will leave the car would use public transportation was built solely for the protection of Catholic school children crossing a busy highway

( to increase the number ol f: in the garage and travel to and only if the fare were fixedso parochial school students in Minnesota, as in many areas of the United States,

I tI AHQME motor vehicles on the streets; from work on buses rapid far below the cost of operating are not allowed to ride public school buses.

f and highways and further di. transit lines or commuter an automobile as to require Letter Press & Offset

DF YiJUR OWN minish the number of passengers trains. a huge subsidy by the Public School Couchman Printing Co.

'" ,. -- using public transporta. Congress Is approaching the taxpayers.And Group Told I NewBooks I J. Mallory, Owner

tion. proposal with what would two transportation experts CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia

As their passengers; deserted at the University of This lid *f Catholic Koeln rr1*...a
to be
seem justifiable skepti- Search out Moral Values To wently wai prepared by the LIbrary .
them, the difficultiesof cism. In the first place, the Minnesota have conclud..dthat .( the Catholle CnlTerilty el

the public transportation amount of aid proposed$500million the "decline in public Impart Culture in TeachingBROOKLYN PINSK, JOHANNES. Towardthe
transit patronage reflects a
systems! mounted. which the senate is Centre of Christian Living I

trying to reduce to $3oO() millionis basic shift In consumer (Herder & Herder. $4.50)). A
taste." (NC-Catholic) teachers in
Travelers a mere fraction of the public liturgical approach to the vision

See Welcome amount the department of There Is, they suggested a here heard Father Francis J. Connell C.SS.R., former deanof of faith and the elementsof v v vv

1 ROSE CROVELLA REALTY Furniture commerce estimates would be "growing preference for the the school of sacred theology at Catholic University of the liturgical year.

DIPLOMATIC CENTER Porch and Patio specialties needed to alleviate urban speed and convenience flexi- -ama._-?- "a, iCI"nCQ.... ; ......;..... nroaont.- t
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transportation throughout day teaching objectives.
North Michigan Avenue, Chi
Member Aluminum with degrading situations is
vehicles. With
nation. The of passenger
department Speaking recently at the an'I. cago 2. $1)). Modern version of v v
Our Lady of Lourdes Highway I Ormond Beach parking fees this costs more to train them to be pure andf

than public transportation, but nual Communion breakfast o decent in mind and conduct, the way the rosary once was

Warns YouthOfDangers apparently the consumer is the Catholic teachers assocla 1 h Father Connell declared prayed in Europe during the
tion of the
willing to pay for it. Brooklyn diocese', "I cannot see what particulars

In So long as commuters do pre- Father Connell emphasized th< value is to be found in that ALEC. OF DANDEE MOMS
Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons
fer private transportation, the three-fold objective t o w arc d: type of literature that is filled Dvorak. (Collier. $1.50 paper).

Registered Jewelers urban transportation problemwill which he said every good teacher i- with vile and filthy language Reprint of the 1913 biographyof

Early Dating persist, but throwing :will strive: "Endeavor to i impart iif not downright obscenity. the famous musician.
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money Into subsisting public truth, goodness and beaut y:' Yet there are educators today SAPONARO, MICHELE. The

LOUISVILLE (XC) -Early transit systems may not be the that is culture." who believe that this type of Fisher of Men. (Hawthorn

dating is dangerous to the emotional solution. The best way to prepare writing is beneficial to our $5.). Account of the early

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RESTAURANTSLobster said here.A. "Some defend this kind of
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I Louisville archdiocesan Cath- encounter in later life situations
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LAMPS FIXTURES IMPORTS age 16 or the junior year of the "But neither has
Each of these students Tenney, placed>> first in argument

L high; school. from Father Lopez High Chitan Club's citizenshipessay any solidity," Father Connell

"Many freshmen form a pat School in Daytona Reach, in ;; David Heaupre won a concluded. Floyd J. Trf'dwa's'

AURORA LIGHTING tern of poor study, low aca- competition with public high similar; contest sponsored by Also addressing the teachers Daytona Moving & Storage Co. a
demic achievement and disin-
school students won a prizeIn the Elks.Official. Bishop Bryan J. McEntegart of
terest in study because of pre- recently held local essay Brooklyn advised them to Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC-

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parties, guidance lee, placed third, and Laurie YORK (XC) -Fathei acceptable means of permeating
Phone 252.7130 stated. He added that steady
public education with spiritual
Fabian C.P. informatior
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only at this time that a boy or With Coin MachinesOn
Welfare Conference, wa:s: always. Operated
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decorated with the Grand Insignia
marriage in the near future. ..
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(XC)-Catholic of Honor for distinguished Congress PlannedRIO
Mr. Tadajeuski made these .f the former rott. Get professional retnltt
9 HANSARD'SSERVICE churches were among "large services to Austria. tI..e sad enough to bay newwardrobe.
every as e a.
other points in regard to PIEDRAS (XC)-Archbishop / .
church fires during 1962 The mad
loss" presentation was early' dating: ; Emmanuelle Clarizio \ Clothes cleaned In eor new AVe.tlnjhou..
listed the national fire Johannes Willfort, Austria
by protection by
-Youngsters who have potential apostolic delegate for Puerto Dry leaner come cut sparkling, tre b, and
CENTER association here. consul general here, at his res bandh.a: clean.ttperlallsed .
MUFFLERS and ability to becometop I Rico and papal nuncio in thee cleaning ., dupes, blanket and
Nine major fires' ofchurches idence. The award was mad<
students lower their ambitions r Dominican Republic, will ad- Up rover For eomplelo Information rallt
ALIGNMENTTUNEUPS of different denominations to Father Flynn by Adol::
when they start to date dress the closing session of a WASHRITE CLEANERS
resulted in a loss of Schaerf, president of Austria.
Hill Catholic social action congress JCL 5-9120-608 Ridgewood Ave.. Holly Hill
170 Ridgewood Holly early.Most WXX,000 last year, the report The Priest was named director
forced marriages are here June 1. The conference,
said. of the CRS-NCWC progran
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On the list of big fires were in Austria in 1948 and conducted
CL 5-4548 result in many cases in un- means of promoting Catholic
St. Michael's church Buffalo, a large-scale program aiding Retail Sales
happy lives for the marriage social doctrine in Puerto Rico DAYTONA
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partners. and will study Pope John Discount Prices
$2,000,000 fire and St. Mary's and displaced personsHe
date early XXIII's social Mater
Many teenagers J encyclical
cathedral, San Francisco, de- also headed the progran
Go Gas Live Modern Cooking because parents have neglectedtheir ct Magbtra. FURNITURELarge
stroyed on September 7 with which cared for thousands o;r

Water Heating! Clothes Drying Refrigeration responsibility by givingthe loss listed at $1,000,000. Hungarians who fled to Austri too much freedom. .
youths While lUytAB Btarh stop .tKAY'S
Major Canadian fires included after collapse of the Hungariar 1 Selection

the $1,550,000: loss in the revolt in 1956.Lourdes Restaurant Furniture SHOWROOMS
Coadjutor Named 734 Main StreetUNEXCELLED
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Page Sight The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 17, 1963 __ ,_ Tw' ''In Parishes without Schools
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Catholic Book Reviews _
Directors of CCD Support

Aid Education Gives Vocations Told Catechetical Centers

THE outlook for vocations to the Priesthood is good and will be strengthened furthei I Ywr- 'ye *:1 WASHINGTON (NC) Diocesan directors of the

increased attention to the Christian education of youth, Archbishop Dino Staffa Confraternity of Christian Doctrine have strongly backed

i' says in the conclusion of : of catechetical centers public schools.
a t 1 the concept near
I book "The common effort, he Archbishop Staffa says he ,.,. i ...L.__ u L_ ____L ___
new published in Vatican continues, "must be under- opened the work of the con- ;JIII. ":fl. >.f ,,;..tt'...11"';",;;""", iney urgeu: mat sucneli- In a resolution adopted at
City. taken by bearing in mind that : ;'. ;, <. > ''" i ters be built by parishes which
grass hope. 'j'. .i1\ their recent Miami Beach convention -
The book, entitled "Eccle the dawning of vocations deAnd he concludes, "with a ;; .. \ .; m. ti have no parochial school andS and released here by
siastical: Vocations in the pends on a basic Christian 4 Used for religious instructionof
educonsoling certainty: The prob-- 't\ the national CCD center the
Modern World," is publishedby cation of the youth of today, lems which we tried to probeso P \ j1LanL Catholic children in public directors said that while it Is

the sacred congregation of as not to let too great a are on their way to solu -; schools and adults. the ideal that every Catholic

seminaries and universities, of number of 'those baptized' retion.. Through experimental or The directors estimated there child attend a parochial school,

which Archbishop Staffa is the main abandoned to themselves, suggested means, priestly "0-- are about 8000 United States "this is unrealizable in the foreseeable -

secretary. It contains the official !- without the aid of the Faith cations will increase; the pres- ., parishes without parochial future."
"Acts of the First Interna- Even in large industrial ence of Christ in the world r schools. The 19G3 official Catholic Catechetical centers, they

tional Congress for Ecclesiastical centers there are families will become more vivid,. more Directory lists a total of *
said, will aid In meeting the
Vocations," held in Rome ready to collaborate with us; felt, and continuous." l ,2HS parishes in the country. religious -

from May 23 to 26, 1962. there are boys and youths The 346-page volume is AUXILIARY OFFICERS ASSIST ORLANDO HANDICAPPED CaJechetic.il centers can be responsibility instruction to provide and formation

In evaluating the! work ot ready to listen to the divine available in several languages. Recently elected to lead the :Morning Star Auxiliary in its projects in aid of the turned into full-fledged paroclual to the generationof -

the international congress, calling, if only it can be proThe English edition sells for diocesan school for handicapped children in Orlando are, from left, Mrs. H. F. Pear- Mhool when :> uch a Catholic 'outh-"the present majority .

Archbishop Staffa says In posed to them with sufficient $3.50, XCWC News Service re- son, Mrs. John J. Grant. president; Mrs. Edward H. Hurt, Mrs. Frank Roark and Mrs. transition is possible' thecroup of whom are attending public -

the book: clearness." -norts.-. --- -Frank-__n. _E.!_ _Vlvnn-.,n__ :: s.iid. schools."

"The attendance of
some The New Apostles Catechetical centers are a
500 delegates from more than
% t new movement in the Church.At .
30 nations shows evidently
present, they total 81 in 16
that the clergy consider ;: .
vocations as a fundamental 'Pastor at Large' Guides RefugeesBy : dioceses, the convention was
t Father Albert Schn-
told by
aspect of their pastoral activity. Li.. I I E ) I CCD director In the
The active presence of a Glenn D. Kittler
ri4Yk. Rochester diocese where 26 of
W* distinguished group of laymenhas WATCHING his homeland deteriorate under communism was heartbreaking for Fa the centers are located.Tt'aC'h..rs .

also given us proof that de Gyarmathy. Watching it, as he was, from America, was even more
such center
the Bishops will be able to painful because there' seemed to be so little he could do. Born, raised and ,ordained in at .
are generally lay people
count on the valuable help of Hungary, the Priest had left his beloved homeland only because of his greater love" of aid. The chlldien .

the Catholic laity." tn..... f"'n111'Y'n.... .. ..nt tic...... ,t""C'J;"' f.,..., Schnacky
-" .uu. --j auu. UC 3U.t: LU classes
Stating that "the forced out of his job and re- (clothes-drive for them. He be- attending recehe -
importance '
of the care of youth has be a missionary. placed by a card-carrier.
been evident in practically all He had worked for a year in Correspondence soon became ] organization.The hours a week of instruction.
the Belgian Congo, when ill have Released time religious ed-
imposible. Relatives could not years passed.
reports of the congress, the 4 S
4 Archbishop calls for "a health forced him to leave get out of Hungary and, as an Today, the refugees ,have .s .; k ucation-a plan by which children -

. unanimous effort on a global Africa. Returning to Hungary, American, Father: de Gyar been absorbed into the St. leave public schools for

scale in the selection and care he learned that ArchbishopJohn mathy could not get in. Louis community, ,enrichingit religious education-is used by
I J. Glennon of St. Louis, about 25 cent of the cur
of vocations." Then in 1956; the revolt with their talents and customs per
needed a HungarianspeakingPriest began which might have while being enrichedin rent centers, he said.
This effort, he states, is "in-
t to work with immi- overthrown the communist return by the city's free- In the majority of such pro
tended to preserve the sources grants settling in the city, and the children
rule had not Russian tanks dom and opportunity. grams, however,
vocations where al-
I of exist they and he applied for the assignment. ;appeared in the streets to At the height of his refugee receive instruction after reg.
ready traditionally '
where That was in 1934. When the subdue the people. 1 work seven years ago, Fatherde ular school hours and on Sat
to new sources
open Archbishop and the mission. Thousands were put into Gyarmathy said: "I just -, urday morning.
they do not yet exist or where :
j they have become exhausted." ary spoke for the first time, prisons, but many thousands want to be a humble mission- GIRL SCOUTS RECEIVE A1VAiDS IN OCALA

:Father asked: "Where is my eventually escaped from the ary, educating my people to be Father William G. Corry of Blessed Trinity parish, Ocala, recently presented the Deadlines

]parish located?" country and great numbers of 1 good citizens of the United Marion Award to these five Girl Scouts of Troop 159. They are, from left, front row, >pw. ttortr from any ...rr.

1} ORLANDO Archbishop Glennon pointedto them came to the United States and good Catholics." Theresa Huey, Libby Bryant, Susan Gay; second row, Mrs. Francis Gay, assistant lianld rrnch ."Th Florida Catholic"

1 t a map of the city. "That's States. Eventually all were He has achieved preciselythat troop leader; Cannel loffredo, Father Corry, Cindy Connally and Mrs. J. J. Sparkman office)>!"(n rr*no should later than..ch Monday the odltor; ann by

WINTER PARK ]your parish," he said. "Wher settled in various parts of the 1 and in doing so he has district adviser. The Marian medal is the highest award a Catholic girl in girl Irldar" for publication 1m the following

: ver you can find a Hungarian, country. added to the strength of his scouting can receive. Friday's U.ue

1 hat's: your parish." Many came to St. Louis. country and his Church. -

FAIRVIEW For several years, Father de With that, Father de Gyar
yarmathy worked happily as mathy became one of the most ;

Cleaners & Laundry i pastor-at-large in the large unusual missionaries in the WHOLESALE RETAIL

; FeaturingDependable American! city. His church, a world. In the Congo, he had Detroit Will
Fabric Care 150-year-old[ building, had once worked with Africans, leading
I 4315: Kdffevrater Dr. Orlando I been a synagogue, then it was them into Christianity but

I 1 used by Croatian Catholics, within their own social at. Again be Flag ContendersA SHRIMP RED SNAPPER

1 then by Methodists. mosphere.Now :! SERVING WINTER PARK

:Now Hungarians from allOVer in St. Louis, he was : a and
YEAR ago last spring Bob Scheffing was sitting in a
BILL BARDOEFORD the city traveled to it working with exiled Catholicsfor ORLANDO AREAS
sun-baked Lakeland
to hear sermons in their own whom the American social dugout watching a left-hand
Tel. W4-4782
FACTORY DEALER pitcher, name of Henry Aguirre, warm along the third PISH:
language by a man who atmosphere was strange and .. up
SAVE ON YOUR J. 1. ALWAYS! 1152 HARMON AVE. Behind Roper'sMake
understood them and could puzzling. He was, actually, a uase iine."Everybody

NEW CAR DEAL help them adjust to life in a missionary to his own peoplein tells me this fellow ought to win a lot of

Ph. G5G3333W. new land. a new land. ,nMI,: 'baIl gamer for us, but five's the most he's .

II\\y. 50 Then World, War II broke He found homes and jobs for ever won'up here, so I don't know. Still, THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC a habit. It's the best way

j I Winter Garden out; Hungary fell to the Ger- his countrymen. He helped -,. maybe we can do it without him. We made
i to become informed adult Catholic.
pji" mans. And after the war the them with the legal papers for : it close the last time, you know." The an

Member } into the handsof citizenship, as they went 1 S
country passed Tigers did, up to a point They came into *
St. Charles
through process of become fiIPWrltJ.d.a.j
the communists. Father's
Parish Yankee Stadium in early September trail-
his ,
ing countrymen again in
family suffered its share of
America. He taught them ing by only a game-and-a-half, blew three Ii-' Grow this miniature
hardship.The English. straight and lost the pennant. Had any- Edwin: M. Khirh

family had been a member While this was going on, it |one told the manager of the Detroit base- O.S.M., a native of Portland, Florida orange tree

RAY MEARS of minor royalty and was necessary to turn his ball team that lovely day in Florida Oregon, has become the first In your home!

JEWELERS owned property at Kaposvar, church's basement into a dor- Aguirre would win 16 and lead the Amer- apostolic prefect of InguaAUma 1" ;' *! : A genuine, miniature fruit-bear-
150 miles from Budapest. Earlyin Zululand, South! Aflira. .
.orallr Owned and Operated By mitory until homes were ican League with a 2.21. earned run average compilation, -i; ing ornamental citrus tree _
the communist take-over, Ordained in 1915; hewas
P. F. & SUSAN NURSEY the confiscatedand found. The rectory became a he would have looked about nervously for the man with dl:;S starts approx. 1 foot.
property was a member of the first
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OVER :31 YEARS IN cafeteria. .L1. .L C
the Priest's mother me net.What. American Servile J CIRCUS
JEWELRY BUSINESS Most of the refugees had left about this season? A (this is his 11th big-league sea Fathers SEND $1.00 WITH TWO
was evicted. A brother was an LABELS
to the
group serve among
Headquarters For Hungary empty-handed; Father distillation of the best brainsin son, yet he's only 28)) is revealed -
engineer building stations for Zulu people of the In wa. TO BLUEBIRD DEPT. C P.O. BOX 2787
conducted a city-wide by this item: Coming ,
the box
Graduation Gifts concede the
the state.controlled railroad; press yuma profectuiP. He was! in.
M.ITt( RtIOlKnwtJ.UY because he would not join the Tigers an outside chance. Outside back from a broken collar-bone. stalled :May 7 1 Archbishop ORLANDO, (ORANGE COUNTY) FLA.
Ordained Priest he hit 29 homers and drove in
; : Rtr.IKENtHLA ;
communist he of what and how much .
party was Joseph I-.
:: apostolic
> INGDIAMOND BELMONT ABBEY North chance 94 runs in just 100 games. )1 TRUE FRUIT
SPECIALISTS are only vaguely delegate in southern )
PROMPT SERVICE Carolina-The Abbot of Belmont -hinted. Kaline reminded he had sustained Africa. i WHOLESOMENESS

ThKMS; TO SUIT Gary's Duck Inn Abbey has announced the Presently they are founder the injury in Yankee

ordination to the sacred Priesthood ing, despite the heroic effortsof Stadium May 26 last. "That
of Father Clement Louis young catcher Bill Freehanex was bad enough. Even worse, 1
Porizo OS.B. ( Bishop Barry High School from a selfish point of view, I Ak
Father Clement, ordained onMay ;star). had gotten off to my fastest & Sons
GA 4-4531 I "
4, is the nephew of Mrs. "What you expect in this life start ever Cirowrr and shipper
3974 So. Or. BI. Trail Nick Serros and the cousin of and -what you get can very often Again this!' year he Is setting Of r" nry Fruit and \..,.ta'I.u #1i \ i Just think! Only

Frank J. Cilento of Orlando. be entirely different," a sizzling pare in slugging !>.%>HhK KK1M I'KOIILCTS pennies a glass

ORANGE COUNTY Mrs. Serros attended the new sighed the Detroit mastermind, for the A.L. batting S for that nutritious

Priest's first High Mass in Savannah -patently a devoted student of leadership. full bodied

BERG VAULT Co. on May 11. Father Nietzsche.He Aguirre, who has replaced

Clement will continue his no doubt was referring to Lary as the Tigers' No.1 F
the moundsman is not so out
studies at Notre Dame Univer fact that his tame Tigersare

REINFORCED CONCRETE sity. ; now a half dozen games standing; with 3 wins, 3 losses
argent I'rrnrriptian Fruit DrinkS
: rI BURIAL VAULTSWHEN from first place, battling the and a 368ERA currently.The Pharmacy In the < ...uthI for that

? Minnesota Twins for the bottom Tigers might readily appreciate your patronage quick
ONLY THE FINEST IS GOOD ENOUGH Moving Free Delivery FR 4-7O1 4s boost.
rung in the standings. have won it all last year energy

To Be Sure-REQUEST IT C MVIl tholie"gladly t. forward your ."Th.w tridrtit.Florid Some Tiger changes have Aguirre could have made the Huntington Bldg. Miami

Irt'a h..T. both the .ld ..< thw difference and probably would
AL MUSZYNSKI JR.. Owner- Member St. James .. ... (with the aams .f the been made recently like Free- ---
parishes n. ctI.J7.: It ..lble.) han being used at 1st base have if Kaline hadn't got
when Gus Triandos is behind racked up and Lary hadn't

the plate. crashed from 23-0 to 2-6. .
Nothing spectacular.J
ROSARIAN ACADEMY Right, Mr. Scheffing? I
Hardly enough to make Frank sighS
Kevident' and day vohool for gills on Chores! of beautiful L'PDIAPER\ Lary's arm condition a minor "Where there is life there is for

Lake Worth. Grades! one to twehe. Fully accredited. New consideration, that's for sure. hope," quoted Scheffing, goingto
building All sports music, art, diaiitatic Directed by y SERVICE his bullpen for Plato.Vhich t hiS.
The .
ace pitcher, once a sure- Try ..
Sisters i of St. Dominic. For catalog address" : Registrar' the
to Tigers are hope-
fire Yankee-killer ..
n() .\lu.\X ACAIIMYVEST PALM BEACH W 2300 E. KOIINSOtt AVL has recently ..
ful rather than confident .
been ,
sent to a minor league '
.. cvtrr B'mt! .IIISED i m outturn jumstms team where it is hoped a regular -Lary's arm will regain its for- : I9AP
f 01 UIY HUlTN" M&'''!\f SSI CONTORTS the mer wizardry and make them
VT& Y DCODOKIZID DI&.U PAILS on mound will
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES .. roc w>'tlU in STYLED sal.ou'WIIIE't s restore his skill. pennant contenders this sea .. 't .

Resident and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully Al Kaline, Rocky Colavito son. '" Jii

accredited.: Program includes: college preparatory and general 422-1177 and Bill Bruton give the Tigers :. I

courses, music art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy a strictly big-league out- Bishop has SurgeryJOILET -

Names. 3319 BaysWe Boulevard Tampa, Florida. MIM' *.5IAPM Sfftf/Cf fNOUSW AUH. field. These fellows can hit, (XC) -Bishop Martin

catch and throw. McNamara of Joliet underwent Before'or after the game or for a tasty snack anytime it's alwaysa

And Scheffing insists Ka- heart surgery at the pleasure to dine here.: Our Hamburgers Our Shakes Our French
"Your Personal Bank"WINTER line is the best player in Mayo Clinic in Rochester on Fries
you never had 'em so good. Come in today for the tastiest food
ba ebaU. 23.
S in town
at prices that please!
nt. Making due allowance for The surgery was termed a

:diplomacy, personal admiration success and the Bishop's con- look for the golden arches

and chauvinism, the man dition was described as satis-

/LV wusm g'LX' ager's appraisal still commands: factory Monsignor Tomeo

PARK. FLORIDA respect. A detached -opinion Blanchette, vicar general and Me DonaId's-.L

probably would give the edgeto chancellor of the diocese in a

Complete Trust. Department Services Mickey Mantle or Willie statement to the press.

Mays. At that, it would have .to Parishes of the diocese were, ; .4" tl lnnr ,. So'ut''" :Pdc.ri; $ r f" : SJ. ," t ...'bIU'.yji _'
46 be a mighty thin one. asked to offer prayers after all :-. rn : -y OUrg

Ml 7-30(10 Member F.D.I.C. A fair measure of the, :oungreteran's Masses; for a complete recovery :" Ta p.1: :e._ 'aJl.a.. : W ,fer' 'H '. 'Orf.jnd ,.'' kc ,. tlfa } -I

... value to a'ball club of 'Bishop McNamara. _

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ORLANDO Polish Church Stands Firm Despite w :1 St. Petersburg

|[Mass Guide \ ;
Red Curbs
on Religious c; k
5th Sunday after Easter. Ladles' Auxiliary
DRAPERY AND BERLIN (NC) The Church in Poland, its witness reduced virtually to the two S St. John's
(Mass of Sunday, Gloria, 8 in the
'4e net Wednesday, May ,
; r
FLOOR COVERING, Inc. essential functions of worshipping and teaching, is determined it will not yield its rightto ) Creed, Preface of Easter). j s:chool cafeteria.

FREE ESTIMATES give religious instruction. a ffairs, who was accompanied ni, ancient tower overlookingthe ___ -S' S .5S MONDAY, :May 20 After a short business meet-
I 2008 N. Orange Ave., Orlando But communist Poland has -S )4 L& Bernardine of Siena.
1J:iy Monsignor Igino Cardinale, Vatican Gardens which was St. ;I ng, the members participatedn

GArden 5-3487 been redoubling its efforts to ,Vatican chief of protocol, and remodeled for Pope John as a 1 S % S O-' Mass of a Confessor not a j i a living rosary, culminatingn

force religious instruction into 1\\,lonsignor Luigi Poggi, an- place of retreat for the sum- Bishop, Gloria, Preface of i the crowning of the Queenf

the straitjacket the regime c J ither secretariat official. Easter; or :Mass of Rogation ,c)> Heaven.

AUTHORIZED PAQUETTE MOTORS DEALER fabricated for it two years ago. Before Cardinal Wyszynski mer.Vatican sources said only r 4t. Monday, 2nd prayer of St. The musical portion of the

Hawk English Ford Lark The religious instruction Issue j eft the railroad station, he said that the two conversed for a : Bernardine, Preface of I rogram was presented by

Studebaker Track was seen here as an overriding *hat he is in Rome in connec- long time. But no official : Easter). 1 Irs Edward Civis and refresh-

Cor. Used Car reason for the reported t ion with his duties as a memer -would comment on the subjects TUESDAY, :May 21 J nents were served by Mrs.
Church & 8. Or. BUm. Tr. f I
GA 3-1G53 recent meeting between Stefan \:> of the ecumenical council's under discussion. One news- ; \ Rogation Tuesday. (Mass ofRogation ..!Vlbert Pityo and her commit-

Cardinal Wyszynski, who as s ecretariat for extraordinaryffairs. paper reported that the Pope ; day, Preface of 1:

Archbishop of Gniezno and a and the Cardinal met for two tP : t Easter or Mass of preceding ee.Enjoying the evening with
Warsaw is head of the Churchin
Sunday, Gloria, Preface of Monsignor
Rome papers have reported hours. l&xt h ; 1 he ladies were

I Children'sClothes Poland, and Wladyslaw r timers that the Cardinal might The earlier Church-state t Easter). ][Patrick Trainor. Father Miguel

Gomulka, first secretary of the 1:)e here to discuss terms for a meetings In Poland followed : IL 55* 3 WEDNESDAY, :May 22 [Garcia; and Father Terrell

Line Polish communist party and (o'ncordat between the Holyee hard after the Catholic Bishops AD ALTARE DEI MEDALISTS Vigil of Ascension. Mass of I Solana.

Finest; In Clothing! chieftain.A thus the. country's political t; and Poland, a rumor which of Poland jointly issued a Catholic scouting's highest award, the Ad Altare Dei Vigil, Gloria, Preface of' -
las been privately denied by pastoral letter declaring that medal has been earned these of 31 Easter; or Rogation Wednesday -
For Girls & Boys report received here cited by boys Troop Holy 2nd prayer of Vigil, ORLANDO
1 Vatican officials. religions Instruction would
ltol% Kdftwattr Dr. GA 4-773R Rosary Jacksonville. Father John Guntner C.SS.R.
auxiliary Bishop Z y g m u n t The Polish Primate Preface of Easter). PARK
was continue despite government the medals to from the left DanielA. WINTER
Choromanskl of Warsaw as recently THURSDAY, :May 23
(Iriven directly from the sta- harrassment.The .
confirming the between Lhotka Johnny Otjen Stephen Placke and Rogi
meeting ion to Rome's Pontifical Pol- Ascension! Thursday. (:Massof I Complete Test Control
PENCRAFTERSOPORLANDO commissar and Cardinal pastoral, read In church.
Yazgih. Gloria Creed Pref.
sh College. Three Polish prel- feast, LEWIS COBBEXTERMINATING
:Meanwhile last week Cardinal es throughout Poland last
the Polish ace of Ascension).
among many April 21, reported cases CO.
Wyszyn arrived In J lationals gathered at the sta. many At Enthronement HOLY DAY OP OBLIGATION
Authorized Factory Satn & ServIce Rome accompanied by Archbishop of banning religious Instruction FRIDAY 24 Incorporated 194lJt <
Fountain Mechanical .ion to greet the Cardinal were: P.O. B.x tlOrUxU
: Pens in private homes, parish ITIlfred Dr.-
Pencils, Ballpoint Refill, Books, Antoni Baranlak of J.!Archbishop Boleslaw Kominekor In Need For (Mass of feast of Ascension, 241-SIOa
property, chapels and even Bishop Emphasizes
A Leather & Plattlo Imprinting. Poznan. '. f Breslau, Bishop Franciszek Gloria, Preface of Ascension).
'2 Name Plates & Desk Signs of The first to the churches. .
person greet SATURDAY : 25
Plastic Cigarette Lighters Re r fop for Opole, and Archbishop
It said that fines of from
paired. Cardinal was Archbishop An- Fozef Gawlina of the Vatican's Catechetical InstructionPATERSON Pope St. Gregory VII. (Massof 14k. Religious Items
1,000 zlotys ($43)) to several
10 East Church Street gelo Dell'Acqua, papal undersecretary entral administrative staff. Supreme Pontiff, Gloria, Sterling Rosaries
of state for ordinary thousand zlotys were being 2nd of Pope St. Next to Publix
..Iso present was Polish am- imposed by the government on (NC-The need for catechetical instruction prayer 2300 Edgetvater DrlTIIGRAY'S
Urban I, Preface of Ascension -
1 jassador to Italy Adam Wilnan. persons violating the 1961 law was stressed hereby Bishop James J. Navagh at his
Why not live Monterey Meadow Brook Acres? Cardinal Wyszynski had a ). JEWELRY
restricting religious instru.c- enthronement the fourth
We hare a home designed for your family "lengthy" conference! with as the extension of the Catholic SUNDAY, May 2fl
tlon. It said also:
of Paterson.
Pope John XXIII on :May 9, school system and the gram- Sunday after AscenMon.!
DEMETREE BUILDERS "Since the beginning of the The prelate who was trans- : (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,
the day after he arrived in mar, high school and college
Rome from Warsaw. school year, state school In- fered here after serving six 'levels, by efficient and effective Creed, Preface of Ascension). Sanford Sewing Center

5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922 The Thursday meeting took spectors have been banningmen :years as Bishop of Ogdensburgin religious instruction for Sales & Service
religious from teaching a sermon at St. John the
T ]place in the Torre San Giovan- those children who are not Raiford 104 S. Park Ave. Sanford
all dioceses.In .
religion in nearly Baptist cathedral said "the
fortunate enough to attend
the same way, Siters and starting point for personal salvation HOLY NAME Phone FA 2-9411
THOMSON & McKINNONIN MaitlandST. Catholic schools, by all the
The Name Society of
lay people are prohibited from as well as the starting works of the Confraternity of Holy
MARY MAGDALENSt. giving religious Instruction to point for the renewal of national Florida State Prison will hold
Christian Doctrine, through
Catholic special May devotions and vesper -
and the
Mary Magdalen children. communities
parish societies and organizations WHEN YOU :NEED .
Member New York Stock Exchangeand Woman's Guild and Altar Society "We will continue to teach world community is a thorough to see to it that every- services for the public this Calendars Printing

will receive Holy Com- religion, because this is in con- knowledge of the teachings of one who will listen, will know Sunday, May 19, at 3:30: p.m. at Labels Plaques

other principal exchanges munion at the 8:30: Mass, Sunday formity with our conscience, Jesus Christ. For that there is his abilities the the main prison chapel, Father Postcards Badges
19. High School senIors vocation and the highestlaw substitute." Cornelius Dougherty, the Catholic Trophies Flags
CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 27183WATIC'"S May our no full teaching of Our Lord Decals Gimmicks
of the parish will be honored codes of our fatherland: Archbishop Thomas A. Bo- Jesus Christ." Chaplain, has announcedhere. Book Matches Bumper Strips

at the High Mass. A light the constitution of the Polish land of Newark was the In. But, Bishop Navagh declared, The special devotionswill Call Peter Schaal's

breakfast will be served later People's Republic, the decree stalling prelate. Twenty other include hymns by the
"it is not enough that man ORLANDO ADVERTISINGCOMPANY
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ENJOY LIFE IN A QUALITY HAMMOCK Society will sponsor a card The Bishops of Poland took op Navagh.In strated, he said, "before the Edward's Holy Name

Large selection including "Original Pawleys Island" party to be held Tuesday, May their stand after the rtglmehad his sermon, Bishop altar of Our parish church at Society and Altar Society from

hand woven rope hammocks been tightening up the Navagh said the aim of cafe Starke and St. William's Holy
28, at 12:30: in the Altamonte Mass, receiving Communion. termite8work
COMPLETE LINE CASUAL FURNITURE instruction chetlcal instruction "is to Name Society and Altar Society
screws on religious "
Springs Community Center. "In this connection, he

Tickets for one dollar may be operations all along the break the bread of truth to said, "we note what is sometimes from Keystone Heights ;:)J
have made special arrange-
Mrs. Thad line. the Christian people. well understoodby
reserved by calling not
ments for transportation to the .
Kurek, MI 72163. The government had promul- "We shall try with every our people-that the reception an --

gated laws which would giveit available means," he said, "by of the Holy Eucharist is prison.All .
visitors will meet at the
Moon Flights supervision and control over an Integral part of assisting at, year'roU ld
front gate about 3:15: so
WASHINGTON. (NO Asymposlurrf catechetical training in the S Named Director Mass. It is a sad thing to visita
PAINT WALL PAPER : they may be escorted directlyto -
on space technol.. summer of 1961. But the WASHINGTON (NC) -Fa- parish church and see only call -
the chapel building. I
ORLANDO WINTER PARK ogy, for engineers and scien Church stood its ground at that ther Theodore E. McCarrick, one-half or one-third or one-, St. Edward's Altar Society

tists interested in manned time, and enforcement of the assistant to the vice-rector of tenth of the Catholics present, will return to Starke after the

-_ laws was lax. Catholic University of approach the altar railing at :
flight to the moon, will be held, the for their an- I .
: prison program for hems
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN June 11 through 14 at the It has been learned here that. America here, has been named Communion time. It is an evi-, nual installation dinner.

Catholic University of America state school administrators director of university development dence, not of the lack of Faith,

COMPLETE. DINNERS TO GO here under sponsorship of, were summoned to a meeting: Father McCarrick, a but of lack of understanding,I Editor At George Stuart's

Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $ I 1.00 the university and the God. at the education ministry in, Priest of the New York arch- a lack of instruction." Appointed STEEL SHELVING

Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95 dard Space Flight Center, National ., Warsaw last February. There! diocese, succeeds Monsignor The best way to increase a WHEELING. (NO Robert -
been named editor 'CABINETS|
Aeronautics and Space they were upbraided for neg. John J. McClafferty, who was deeper understanding 0 f the! E. Ramsey has

'40)ad a Fish Dinner $1.00 AdmInistration. The symposi. lecting the legal requirement; recently named pastor 'of the teachings of Christ, Bishop t and general manager of the

flIuoIcn:: Shrimp Dinner $1.15 um will be part of a two-week: 0 f 'registering" the centers; Church of St. Peter, 8 t a ten Navagh said, Is devotion 10 t West Virginia Register, Wheeling --1-- LOCKERS

NOW LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU seminar at the University, be. the Church uses for religious: Island, New York. Mary, His mother. diocesan newspaper. He

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Ten The Florida Catholic' Friday, May 17, 1963 Cardinal Tells UN Group

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America's Oldest Mission Honors ... Encyclical Stresses Peace


Blessed Elizabeth Ann SetonContinued y ii2iPOPE'S ; Must Begin with Individual

: (C ntlB.e4 from Pace One) us, to determine the stages,

( from page One) -The pattern of Catholic done by all our teachers, so ......... gesture of peace, each little the means and the extent of

nursed him through the illness parochial schools as we know that they too may be called ; peace, each small-scale decision reconciliation among peoples,

met and became influenced them today, began with the great in the Kingdom 0 f i''it !r-; : helps the big-scale decisions but it is for each of us, startingnow

by Italian Catholic: Emmitsburg school she founded Heaven." i2 ; that carry into effect peace to create the atmosphere

friends of her husband's. In 1810. The Mother's Day observanceat . .,>.., ,.. .. among nations." therefor."
When Elizabeth, 29, returnedto [ -She founded the first America's Oldest Mission :..;,.<. : ,; 2. .:::' !.F.. ; .L Pacem In Ten-is points out, In a question period following
the States with her in Philadel- honored the first native .'..... ,..":. the Cardinal stated, that "the
five j Catholic orphanage Amer- t" -. .., ", ...."' his talk, the Cardinal was
.. .
small:; children to support, she i phia. ican to be honored by the titleo : .' hour has come for a vast collective -asked if by his reference to a

became a Catholic and "was i When she died, the first f Blessed. Commemoratingthe ; movement of aid and of "supranational power," he or

ostracized for her new religioneven i American Catholic hospital was special honors bestowed on '' effective solidarity at the scale the Pope meant an organization

by her family." still her dream, but within a a religious woman, the Sistersof .. of our needs." other than the U.N.

Monsignor Burns then told[ few years, her spiritual daughters many communities joinedthe {/;' "But in order that this aid He replied: "Pope John

in the glorious detail of the had realized her dream Priests and laity of the UN ElIISSARYVELCOIED TO U. S. may be valid and accepted," speaks clearly in the encyclicalof

convert's work in Baltimore, and set up the forerunner of North Florida parishes at the Leon-Joseph Cardinal Suenens, Archbishop of Malines-Brussels and Primate of the Cardinal added, "the en- the U.N. There could be

where she founded a religious! their hospitals. afternoon devotions.The Belgium, is greeted upon his arrival in New York by Francis Cardinal Spellman, cyclical asserts an essential progress in the U.N. Itself, and

community and an academy for -Blessed Elizabeth Seton sermon, which stressedthe Archbishop of New York. Cardinal Suenens is the special emissary of Pope John condition: 'that this indispen- the U.N. itself might developinto
girls and allowed to founded the first native American dedication of the reD sable aid be given with full another organization. We
pursue XXIII to the United Nations where he spoke on the Pontiffs recent peace encyclical
the life of a nun while community of religious gious woman to works of ed respect for the liberty of the are here taking a first step.
: "Pacem et Terris. At left is Robert S. Benjamin, chairman of the U. S. Committeefor developing peoples'."
continuing as mother to her women; but even this primary ucation and mercy, was delivered We are by no means at the
the United Nations.
children. cell has divided itself seven by the Vicar of Ke- The Cardinal concluded: end of the road."
"It is for qualified and wise
times. .
ligious of the Diocese, Monsignor
"The single seed of her
zeal" Monsignor Burns said that Burns. Balzan statesmen, the encyclical tells Drawings Made At
said Monsignor Burns, Pope Accepts Peace Prize
Mother Seton's mainsprings of ;
"has produced not one tree, Prayers the observance Included Vatican Council On
devotion were a deep love for the Enthronement HeldOGIHxsnCHG
but many"Among rosary.
the Most Blessed Sacrament Priests assisting Monsignor To Establish Peace FundContinued
the works she pi and a particular dedication to Perpetual : (XC)-Bishop Display in MuseumS
Nolan at Benediction were Fa-
oneered, he said, Leo R. Smith enthronedas
were: was
the Blessed Virgin, both typical dea -- --- ..\ It.-\ SOT A The first
ther Thaddeus McHugh, ( from Page One) X, Benedict XV, Plus XI and lished on the right order of eighth Bishop of Ogdensburgin
.' of American Catholics. con; and Father Vincent Craw- men, and of your recent inter- Pius XII. !human relations." a ceremony attended by 29 southeastern showing of Doctor -

Noting that St. Augustinesaid ford O.S.B., subdeacon, who is vention at the diplomatic At the end of his he Frederick Franck's draw-
All of them were, he said, speech, Bishops and more than 400
"Let knowledge be used chaplain at St. Vincent's in leveL" his ings of the Second Vatican Ecumenical -
"true friends of humanity and l gave blessing. Priests.
FOR in order to erect the structureof Jacksonville. Council will open to
The latter taken Then he chatted in French
was as a courageous artisans of true Francis Cardinal Spellman,
love" Monsignor Burns said: Chaplains t o Archbishop the general public on this Fri-
: and in Slavic with four other
COOL reference to the Pope's appeal peace. ; Archbishop of New York officiated
day at the John and liable
"This indeed is what Blessed Hurley were Father John Balzan Andrei
for at the John also tributeto prizewinners: at the enthronement
peace heightof Pope paid Ringling Museum of Art and
Elizabeth Ann did throughouther Flaherty and Father Patrick
Kolmogorov from the Soviet
held on May 13 in
COMFORTconditioning the Cuban crisis last October Balzan-"that humble son ceremony will continue on display 1
life and please God will be Quinn.
Union, Harvard historian Sam St. Mary's cathedral.
when soviet ships of the working world. through June 3-
uel Eliot Morison German- Bishop Smith 57, was named
carrying arms Mere sailingtoward In the course of his addresshe The exhibition contains
Site of Archbishop Beran'sDetention born composer Paul Hindemithand Bishop of Ogdensburg last Feb-
a U.S. naval blockadeof emphasized points made in forty-five ink, pencil and wash
Austrian scientist Carl von ruary. At that time hew as
that island nation. his Holy Thursday encyclical, drawings executed by Franck
Frisch, winners of the prizesfor administrator of the diocese of
Said Revealed The citation 'also praised the Peace on Earth: Peace is a n during the first session of the
mathematics, history, music Buffalo where he had been
Pope "for having promoted the empty word unless based on Council held in 19G2 at Vatican
BONN (NC)The place where Archbishop Josef Beran brotherhood of men and peoples truth, built on justice, en- and biology.Continued. auxiliary Bishop since 1932.> City and in Rome. Includedare I

of Prague is being held by Czechoslovakia's communist particularly during the livened and completed by numerous drawings of cer

WitHflam rulers has now become known, according to KNA, German last year, inviting representa- charity, and realized in liberty.He Pope John's Letter Marks emonies and conferences as

Catholic news agency here. tives of other Christian faiths, noted that "for the first well as portraits drawn .from

...J........ KNA has reported that it pital.he It had was died.even reportedthat Orthodox and Protestant, to time in the history of the Centenary of Slavic Churchprepared life of many of the high dignitaries
attend the ecumenical council .
learned from reliable sources Roman pontiffs, a prize for
lEC1RCyear. \ that the Archbishop is being In February, 19G2!> an non- and take an active part in it, peace has been given to a Pope. ( from Page One) talks, the Pope added special feature of the

detained in the Neureich mon religious organization to free" thus engendering between the The Pope then referred to Latin words (glorious event),, that he had made it a point to show. will be a .IX"x 7:" oil

oundar astery in southern Moravia. political prisoners, "Amnesty, members of the churches of the Magnificat, the canticle in was made public the followingday visit the Church of St. Clementin painting of Pope John XXIII
sent former Irish foreign Minister these confessions and Catholicsan on May 14. It begins: "In Rome the created by Franck early this
The monastery, KNA added, is which the Blessed Virgin Mary on day he took
Sean MacBride to
\ M under strict surveillance.The Pragueto attitude of greater future. expressed her wonder at the the hidden design of God's possession of his cathedral, St. year.
try to contact the Archbishop. which will have Franck's works have been
the centennial celebration
John Lateran basilica
74-year-old Archbishop is Incarnation. Paraphrasing it, November
\ Czechoslovak officials manifold and important conse- of a glorious event is 23 W:>8. called by the New York
\ in good health, according to he said that God has regardedthe ,
\ would not allow him to visit
and for established Times, "A collec
having fascinating
the news agency, and is being quences humility 0 f His servant. taking place at the moment He said that he made this !
the prelate but told him Archbishop
cared for by Sisters.In contacts which extendfar Then he added: "It is in humility when the Second Ecumenical special stop to show his affec- tion of drawings" and Art
its i in 1Is Beran was alive a n dwell beyond the Christian com- that the Pope who speaksto Council of the Vatican is being tion for the Slavic people who News comments, "lie catchesthe
2 com 1919, Archbishop Beran and living in an uniden "
munity. of his
held humanity subjects
suroxnet'co his had been intrusted l
intends to so many
in you pursue
; under house
was placed arrest tified
<> monastery. "
in winter Pope John noted that while service to men and to world Bishops, Priests, and religiousfrom years to his care before he was rather than the pageantry.
w8J'1l1S the Reds
by and two Earlier Czechoslovak minister -
the Regal Hall had welcomed Slavic countries who are elected Pope.On The collection had its first
later was moved to a of health peace.
years Joseph Plojhar, an
in Rome at the United States showing at Notre
kings and emperors-it has also were present
feeeret place of confinement.At excommunicated Priest, and a Addressing President Segni, the day before the ceremony -
welcomed "pilgrims of labor" signing ceremony on May 13. Dame University last Februaryand
he said that he "accepted Archbishop !')'fSllpyi
various times in the past spokesman for the Czechoslovak I
who came to Rome to thank Before signing the letter, March. From the Ringling
ago decade it has been reported embassy in London said willingly the courteous invitation of Ltov, who came to
John blessed the Museum it will to the St.
j Pope Leo XIII for his great Pope corner- go
to visit this historic Rome in February after 18
that the Archbishop was under the Archbishop would be released -
flame ass encyclical on labor, Reruns stone of a new Institute of SS. Louis Priory Society In Missouri
detention in a castle in Bohemia if he takes an oath of palace. years of imprisonment and
Not'a rum. Cyril and Methodius\ which is and then to Rome to
.. that he the communist he had house arrest In the Soviet
.Ira ch..per.too I was being loyalty to gov- He repeated what
lie also the flv'elopes to be built on the outskirts of coincide with the second session -
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. moved from place to place by ernment. They added that the recalled ..c. said earlier, that his efforts for Rome where Priests from' Union, offered the Byzantine of the Ecumenical Coun
his Red captors and that he Archbishop has refused to do he had known in his peace are in the tradition of Kite Liturgy Mass:! ) in St. cil.
Hlifting Build Florid Slavic countries will study.In .
was ill in an unspecified hos- so. lifetime-Leo XIII, St. Pius Popes Benedict XV, Pius XI a departure from hisBishops' Ringling Museum Director

and Pius XII "and all the work was assisted by coadjutor Kenneth Donahue has announced
performed by the Roman Pon- Archbishop Gabriel Bukatko of
Meeting that there will be no
tificate in defense of peace. Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and extra admission charge to the

Ves, the Catholic Churchis Planned in Rome Bishop Andrei Katkoff, ordaining show. The usual price of $1.00
the architect and teacherof Bishop in Rome for
FEDDERSWORLD'S admits visitors to the Art Mu-
WASHINGTON (NC) The the Byzantine Rite.
it with -
We a
peace. say seum and hours are daily 9 to
19G3!> annual general meeting of Later
conscience. Eugene Cardinal Tis-
4:50: and Sundays 12:30: to 4:50.:
the Bishops of the United serant, dean of the Sacred
What the world needs is nota
LARGEST SELLING AIR CONDITONER! peace "based on fear, on States will be held in Rome, College of Cardinals laid the St. AugustineEUGENE

suspicion, on mutual mistrust, Italy, where the Cardinals, blessed cornerstone for the
Archbishops and Bishops will new institute. The institute,
ensured by the threat of terrible -
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