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: June 7, 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 )
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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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C 2:: g 2.- UBRARY OF FLORIDA 1r ( TOR1' tlQIEO''I3 3 jO:;'l'lJlS3IIlVDr 11ISH3AINO

__ NVIUVHe11ChurcherS'

Draped in MourningArchbishop

Joseph P.
Hurley offered an evening
Mass Thursday in his Cathe-
dral of ,St Augustine. The Our Diocese is at one with the whole world in deep mourning for the J

Requiem Low Mass in the death of our beloved Holy Father, Pope John XXm. He was, in the tradi- .-'..
t mother church of the Di- tion of the Popes, a good and holy Pastor of souls. More than most he -

ocese marked reverently the was a father to his people and he considered in a special way that his '

day of the funeral in Vatican people were not only Catholics, but all Christians and indeed all the peopleof .
t City for Pope John XXIII. the whole world. When the histories are written with all available docu-

Elsewhere in diocesan i ments I am confident that Pope John will emerge as a l great; benefactor of ;. .

churches and chapels, the his people, as one'who averted from them the scourge of nuclear war. :
solemn mourning which had ,
been proclaimed for the Pope
by Cardinals in 'Rome, was Archbishop Hurley

In compliance with obsequies F FLORIDAVOL. HIITOft + b >rp
ordered for the dead Pope by YOCai"boitc

the diocesan Chancery, every '. I
pastor administrator of a
parish in the Diocese held eve-

ning Masses on Thursday. '
1 Every altar in the Diocese was .i3P
draped in mourning. Black

also draped the facades of all The I
our diocesan churches. or! ''Ja fF. :

When the Pope lay dying, -
I the week before, Catholics
/I throughout the Diocese filled
; their churches for the extra- ti
.. t
>'. ordinary evening Masses cele- x
brated on May 29. i Aas r .. v
The Holy Father, whose pa
pleas for Christian solidarity t ; ..iNt
edified not only Christian ,. p7;
1 people! but all separated
from the fold for which he

was the Good Shepherd, died
with the prayer on his lips
"that all may be one" XXIV, No. 32 Orlando, Florida, Friday, June 7, 1963 Ten Cents
It was for that intentionfor F rfTf
which John XXIII convoked Mourning began in the middle Cardinals was held to call the bronze doors of the apostolic Ih1L s}
the Second Vatican of this week at Vatican first general Cardinals' meet palace were closed.

Council-that the Diocese of City. On June 5, the publicwas ing to begin preparations for The official party charged r..4
St. Augustine held two diocesan admitted to St. Peter's Ba- the conclave to elect a successor -with performing the "recognition P A k i "

A Eucharistic Congressesand silica to pay their last respectsto to Pope John. The first of death" ceremony en- S ;: ,)
embarked upon year-of- Pope John as he lay in state. general meeting was held June tered the deceased Pope's roomas q
and NCWC News Service reported: 5 at 10 a.m.
preparation year-of-council the bells of St. Peter's traditionally -
programs which c a m e to be In the absence of the body, The Cardinals are meeting tolled the sad news. 4\7/ ( Y & Y '
known in every city and hamlet which was entombed at a private daily until the conclave begins of his death. :

of the Diocese as "the ceremony in the crypt of on a date between June Each bell in the great church b if d .
Fisher Apostolate. St. Peter's on June 6 at 6 p_m., 18 and =1. tolled nine times in turn. Then \ : I rfi&i '
It is natural therefore, that the rest of nine daily Masses The restricted congregationof two bells tolled together, and '
the people of this Diocese were to be offered near a huge June 4 consisted of Benedetto finally each of the bells again ,. ij

should have flocked in such catafalque draped in violet and Cardinal Aloisi Masella, tolled nine times. .. I 4f
large numbers l last evening to topped by a triple crown characteristic chamberlain of the Holy Roman The doleful tones broke out r
: g
pay their reverence to the hum- of the papacy. Church, and the heads of the across the fading evening sky.A :

| ble successor of Peter, the Pope John was buried wearing three orders of Cardinals: hush fell over the milling A' .t< ci
Fisherman who, in the past a ring mounted with a Eugene Cardinal Tisserant, thousands in St. Peter's square.
five years, had walked into sixth-century coin bearing the Santiago Cardinal Copello and The news of the Pope's i
the heart of every man of good figure of Christ. The Pope had Alfredo Cardinal Ottaviani. death spread. Throngs of people

T will.I bought it in Istanbul, where he As soon as the Pope's death entered and left the square.
I The Diocese of St Angus- was stationed when he was was announced 0 n June 3, By Telstar, people with television 'K IX M y7 A
Ml 1 tine, said Archbishop: Harley, Apostolic Delegate in Turkey.On 'centuries-old traditions c a m e sets saw the body of the {
jj1 t "Js at one with the whole June, prior to the procession again into use.According Pope being carried on June 4
world in deep mourning." a restricted meeting of to custom,.the into the basilica.

I(' SIt. Jude Church Blessed J l t( '

S1! PETERSBURG-Lim. part people of Irish blood had About 70 altar boys from Sisters from other neighboring y 3f { f
-- -- -
erick's contribution to the contributed."It Bishop Barry 'High School and communities.

Diocese of St Augustine, cli will therefore said, St." Jude grade school were Monsignor Meehan's guestsat Pope John :XXIII I

maxed ton June 2 by the "be a privilege for us in Ire- present for the dedication. Mass included MonsignorJohn

___ Bishop of Limerick himself land to continue to give whatever Also attending were 60 Sisters, P. McNulty V.G.;; Monsi-
i$ when he dedicated St Jude help we can towards sus. mostly Adrian Dominicansfrom gnor Patrick E. Nolan V.F.; Pictures of Pope Reign Ends with Prayer
L, Church in St Petersburg, is taming and nourishing the the parish and around Monsignor John J. Mullins
a source of great blessing to Christian forces of your land." the state, led by the Mother V.F.; Monsignor Patrick J. John XXIII featuredon

the people of Florida. As Irish Priests and Sisters Provincial, Mother M. Ann Donohoe, Monsignor James B.

Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley continue to play their big partin Catherine O.P.., from West Cloonan, Monsignor Patrick J. Pago 7.. For More Brotherly Love

attended the midday celebra- promoting the Church of Palm Beach, as well as several IRISH BISHOP, Page 8
tion at the magnificent new Christ here, Bishop Murphysaid
edifice on the Gulf Coast to NCWG News Service
he hoped this would con- s
._1 welcome Bishop Henry Murphy tinue as long as there is need 4A w .i "The Supreme Pontiff, John XXIII, Is dead. The Pope of goodness expired In a
t of Limerick and to congratulate "for we realize ,that their saintly way and serenely after receiving the sacraments of the Holy Roman Church."

Monsignor James J. Meehan, labors among you will Indeed b 4 Thus Vatican Radio announced to the world the death of the Holy Father on Juno

pastor, and the people of St. produce a rich harvest of M 3, four days after doctors had given up hope for his recovery.
Jude's on the crowning achIeve- Christ. Death came minutes after a throng of 80,000 persons had participated In a Mass
ment of the parish.Archbishop 4 offered in his behalf the of St Peter's Cardinal
But he added that he hopeda on steps by Luigi Traglia, pro-vicar
Hurley Indicated part of that harvest wouldbe general for Rome.A .
that the spacious church was .. kR tiring in his care of his flock. and intricate tasks with great
an abundance of American
great pontificate has He thought that all good con- simplicity, he became a whirlwind .
the dream of Priest from
vocations, "for that Is the ulti-
: 0 ended. versation and courteous treat of activity when he received
Limerick S
designed by a great mate proof that the Faith has
architect of Limerick, and located -been firmly established and Pope John died in the 82nd ment are useful in bringing a the triple tiara of the
year of his life and the fifth soul to God. Many times he papacy. He:
in the State of Florida
4 that a people has become truly
whIch has been blessed by the Christian." t year of his reign. was told that his greeting alone Became the first Pope In 600
priestly apostolate of many natives / Born Angelo Giuseppe Ron- had been enough to bring back. years to take the name of John.
1 v
Bishop Murphy expressed 9 call in Sotto II Monte in north- faith.
of Limerick as well as Within a month, broke a 400-
I from.all other parts of Ireland. his admiration for the great I tl ern Italy, this eldest son and In one of the communiques year-old-tradition by Increasingthe
spiritual work of art createdby third of 13 children born to a
Bishop Murphy blessed the released by the Vatican during membership of the Collegeof
church and gate the sermonat the architect In Ireland, poor farmer was called to range Pope John's dying days the Cardinals from 70 to 75.
the ,solemn Pontifical! Mass Chevalier Patrick J. Sheahan, t the continent of Europe in important Holy Father was quoted as follows Later he increased the numberto
a native! of the Bishop's own service of the Church :
which he celebrated.He 87.
of the city and Diocese, who had :x .. before he was chosen to fill the "Oh, how grateful I am. The Named the first Negro, Japanese -
spoke warmly been prevented by illness F Chair of Peter October 28
on ,
1 meaning of this church to the from coming to the dedica 1958. fact of being the object of such and Filipino Cardinals.
Catholics of the parish and to attention moves me, and I feel Issued eight encyclical letters .
tlon of the ... '. : Almost 77 old at the
the generations that will come. : years more than ever united with including the great "Materet
In the of dedication The dedication Mass at St. time of his election, be was the very many persons who Magistra" and "Pacem in
ceremony Jude Church was celebratedat 3'aI the GOth. successor to St. suffer in hospitals or at home Terris."
which he said he felt .. .
suchan 12:30: o'clock. a tV Peter. who are tormented in various Canonized 10 saints and ad-
privileged to perform for
i Deacon was Father John First as Priest and then as ways. vanced a half-dozen other
important church as St. '
_ Jude's the is in Griffin, of Limerick, and former -j ttt Cardinal,,Angelo Giuseppe Ron- ")la1 this Interest I In the causes tot h e beatification
-i significance 11p,,
Bishop Murphy's words, "the assistant at St. Jude from calli spent his summers for Pope, who humbly represent stage.
1 setting aside of this edifice to 1953 to 19:>9. The subdeaconwas 'S. over 30 years in the home of the Lord, signify new favorsof Created 40 new Cardinals.'

be God's home among His devoted Father Brendan Lawlor 3'S. his ancestors, now the propertyof prayer, of thoughts and Promoted devotion to St.
people and the place and the archpriest. Father John the Baron Scotti at Sotto il proposals for peace, exact and Joseph, and Inserted the
Monte (Bergamo). The charm. that that in
where, your Redemption will Murphy. clear conviction name of the foster! father of
be effected through your ever Father William J. O'Farrell S Ing village spreads over the life which is! of value, alwaysin Christ In the Canon of the
closer union with Jesus Christ, and Father Roman S. Gromalawere hillside, surrounded by vineyards the sense of the Gospel is Mass in a motu proprio effective
your Lord and Redeemer. deacons of honor. Father and wheat fields, wherehe mildness, goodness and char. December 8, 1962.

Offering his sincere: congrat, James F. Gloekler and Father and all his family were born. ity. Pope John, on March 17,
ulations too, Bishop Murphy John X. Linnehan were the y e .tl 4.Ae Pope John used to say, of his "I desire that all receive 1963, beatified the first native
expressed this hope: masters of ceremonies. family life: recognition of my stirred grat- born citizen of the United

fcWhene\er you enter th'is i j: Chaplains to Archbishop .jam "\\"'e were very poor but itude in a way that in wishingmy States, Mother Elizabeth Bay.
church may its noble and majestic ., Hurley were Father Frank P ; happy. We didn't realize that improvement they may ley Seton, convert and found
lines raise your soul to,I Goodman and Father Michael : ; \ve lacked anything, and in find a reason and momentum ress of the Sisters of Charityin
God; may its spiritual, beautyaid CottrelL Father Terence J truth we didn't. Ours was a toward brotherly love. I bless the United States.
_ you to yourselves. of I Farrelly and Father James P, Pr dignified and happy poverty. them and encourage them." He also approved plans fora
worldly thoughts and cares to>I Clune C.SS.R. served as chaplains His favorite reading includedhe John XXIII became a teacher sixth beatification, that of
w concentrate on things eternal;. to Abbot Marion Bowman -19 Holy Scriptures, the holy a preacher an administrator John Nepomucene Neumann,
may It, In brief be what it is I: O.S.B. Father Bernard F. Ditt- i-'athers of the Church, the a soldier in the,ranks of scheduled to be held on June
Intended be,'a worthy meet: man was magister in choro (directed Teat French speakers, the the Italian army, a Priest, a 23, 19C3 (a date now 'postponed -
ing place for you and your. the congregation). ,o"'l"F" : ".w-- Spanish mystics, the history of chaplain, a Bishop; a diplomat ). He wa* the fourth
Lord." The St. Jude School Boys1 BISIIOP OF LIMERICK BLESSES ST. JUDE'S the Church, the lives of the admired in sophisticated capitals Bishop of Philadelphia, a na
books.In a. Cardinal-patriarch, a five of Bohemia and a natural
saints and liturgical
railed the Choir the solemn Pone ,
Bishop Murphy sang and Father
Flanked by Father Wm. O'Farrell of Lakeland, left, Roman Gromala
growth of lime Chuirh In the tifical MavH under the direction the five years he was Pope. ized citizen of the U.S. Pope
_ United States providentialand of Sister M. Eucharia, of\Indian Rocks Beach,_Bishop Henry Murphy of Limerick, Ireland, blessed, June 2, Patriarch of Venice he'visited Always:one,: to get things John had declared him 'ven

_ I expressed pride in the O.P. the.new-St -Jude Church in St Petersburg'" all of his parishes and was un done. to accomplish weighty erable", on December' ,:1959.- .t

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Page Two The Florida Catholic,Friday, Jane 7, 1963 t. -q .A. era r; ; '

Florida e .. b .4 AP, dir, I- 4 .' .i .t-.r ST. PETERSBURG
G ,$ 2,.. 1
J Reportspresented ," +,. ...

f St. Petersburg at the lest, which \\ ';h ,

_ will take place at the Anchor-

TRANSFIGURATION age Club of Maximo Moorings.A d ",' ; GREENHOUSES
w The Women's Guild of the buffet will also be served. < tOO lk*.Uw At*. S..
parish will sponsor a dessert Reservations may be made WE WIRB TI.OWERS:

card party on Saturday, June by calling 867-5841 or 867.3423. 861. IMT.
8, It has been announced. The Donation Is $2.50. PETERSBURG
party Is planned around a 1 1 t

Hawaiian The party theme.will be held In the Port Orange t. r 1t4 MUMFORD
B.frt,*ratlo. Air C..dltl. lf
church social hall, beginning at EPIPHANYGuest Heat ramp 8r.l.*
12:30: a... r4 AlI U.atti
speaker at the monthly .
tit tth. 8U bout
TRINITYThe meeting of the Epiphany FlloD"
Men's Club of Blessed Women's Club was Mrs. JohnB. g VaT 150-our ? 811-iui

Trinity parish will sponsor a Gormley. :Mrs. Gormley
showed slides of her recent i of 41hf
June Fest on Saturday, June
8, beginning at 8 p.m. trips to Europe, particularlythe a Edouard C. Craig
shrines at FatIma, Lourdes, -- :!.. ,.. ,. and Distributorfor
A dance orchestra will be ; .;:" "" ''' .. Contractor
-" ; .
and Rome. : -<
_ -,- ...Q.wrenRe. .-.., ., '- t ""-"
: ST. PETERSBURG Members completed plans .. .:.. ".',,"'"',-.. .- .. . ..... Vikon Metal Ceramic
,AI*I't.. ". **"""P-1 v' '-- r.*-* ** "S-!- r *"* -* +T -;-sM '"' x '- v .vaper
for the summer"and early fall -S
J activities. Monthly baked good ST. RAPHAEL'S SCHOOL BEGUN IN ST. PETERSBURG and Mosaic Tiles

sales were scheduled to con Ground has just been broken marking the beginning of construction above), the president of the parish Guild; (at Father's right), :Mrs. 917-94th St. So 347-4101

i . tinue. in St. Petersburg of a two-story, eight-classroom school for st. Raphael R. W. Roberts, who has lived longest in the parish; and Louis H.

Mrs. Glen H. Anderson, Mrs. parish. Among the participants with Father William J. Weinheimer, Rehberg, president of the Holy Name Society. The new St. Raphael Flowers for Every Occ sionTinmanls
Jack Benge and Mrs. John pastor, who holds the shovel, are Mrs. Walter B. Fries (at.left.of Father, Church was dedicated last February.
GillespIe are chairmen of the 5 FlowersBonded
JacksonvilleST. roll Maher, corresponding secretary America, particularly In BOo on the DCCW convention In Mrs. Lawrence Patrick, first
program. ; and Mrs. Marie Glackf= liyia. A movie on the living Tampa. ,vice president; Mrs. Paul 1Chiarella Florist
Father David Page congratu- PAUL meyer, treasurer. conditions in that country and Mrs. Nell Porter presented second vicepresident Telegraph Delivery
_ St. Petersburg lated the memben and Officers of three organizations Officers elected for the new the religious activities of the awards to the school's corps of ; Mrs Richard Donelan, 3931 Central Ave. 862.3661
4645 9th Street North thanked them for their accomplishments In this parish were installed term in the Parents' Auxiliary Maryknoll Fathers was shownto patrol boys. Coach Gene Davis,
A and Mrs. Francis
r of the past year. recently at a luncheon are Mrs. T. P. McLaughlin Jr;, the members of the Guild. director of athletics at Christ secretary; !
PATRONIZE THESE Meetings will be discon- given at the Florida Yacht Marlier, treasurer.FRF. ENJOY AUTOMATIC
president; Mrs. Lawrence L. Sister Mary Damian, princi- the King, awarded ribbons to
ADVERTISERSWHO tinued for the summer. The Club. Mrs. Julian Warren was Kloski, first vice-president; pal of Christ the King School, participants of local track "Kee P-Filled"

SUPPORT next regular meeting Is the Installing officer. Mrs. John Hebb, second vice- was presented with a token of meets this spring. HEINZENSERVICE DELIVERYPhone
1 YOUR CATHOLIC PAPER scheduled for September. 30. Those who will serve the president; Mrs: Phaon Bl: Derf, remembrance on the anniver- Trophies were also presented

Altar and Rosary Society are recording secretary; Mrs. Morgan -sary of her entrance Into the to the fifth grade boys for HELL :
Mrs. W. S. Thornton, president; F. Jones Jr., corresponding Sisters of St. Joseph. softball, fifth grade girls forvolle'ball O St. Pete 898.1191 I I

For Your Real Estate Mrs. Virginia Hicks, first vice- secretary; and Mrs. Lewis F. Mrs. John McCarthy, presi- and seventh grade It Clearwater-446-8314

president; Mrs. Robert Wolfe, Foushee, treasurer. dent of the Guild, announcedthat girls for softball. .
And Insurance second vice-president; Miss CHRIST TIIE KING a dessert card party will Delores Lewis and Rick situ St. ft 18th AT*. So.
t Betty Barrette, recording secretary Father James Logue of the be given on June 13, sponsored Casey received the most valu- Phone 1167-AAA
LaVoie Realty & Insurance ; Miss Shirley Barrette, Maryknoll order was the-.by St. Jude's Circle.At able player awards. Ith San$t GREEN. ft Iftth STAMPS A.*. So. OLDEST and LARGESTIN
4154 Central Avenue Phone 896-4133 corresponding secretary; and guest speaker at the recent the last general meetingof Father Thomas Larkin in- rhone S9'-&133 PINELLAS
Mrs. Theodore Fritch Jr., meeting of the parish Guild. Christ the King Home and stalled the new officers of the

treasurer. Father Logue spoke of his missionary School Council, Mrs. Martha Council:

Newly elected officers of the experiences in South Grossholz, president, reported Mrs. Grossholz, president; DANIEL T. WINTER & co.
Guild are Mrs. C. M. LeBas, --" .
IR' .r'I'r.
r 1,,, ;Ii' + Yf
Mrs. ,
president; A. M. Halptle : s BONDS
tS; ,, .
Mrs. .
vice-president; J. J. II -
Daley, second vice-president; : :
Mrs. Robert Wolfe, third vice-
president; Mrs. George Trptter
I OPEN SAT. recording secretary; Mrs. Car- w : _-. TERMITES I SWARMING I ? ?
Daytona BeachOUR -L.
7Sth Are. Gulf Blfd TRUST' LADY OF LOURDESLocal R ((9'f'lealWe"ile} & f/Jesl @d"J""l
1 S60-5SI1 Tonr Account Imortd by F.D.I.C. SERVICE a
pastors and repre- A
sentatives of the four Daytona t TAUT. O. PHILLIP. Prrsldcnt
Beach parish women's clubs un FalrfMd Are So. St. PeUriborc -- Tclophea. Z-tUI
were present at an Installation

I KINGFISDRESJAURANT luncheon for officers of our t> tit
Lady of Lourdes Women's -
Club. Fowler fit Payor, Inc.

-1 Mrs. Joel W. Sayers Jr.,
president of the OrlandoCentral General Insurance

Deanery, installed Mrs. ..
SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST Gene L. Petrucclanl, president; 1'S ,.. a_ 121, Ninth Street North 896-8131-. St. Petersburg
Mrs. H. D. Minnis, vice-presi F 1 o.. \r1Y"{
., k4 ,
Golden Fried or Broiled Shrimp dent; Mrs. Merle J. Denny, recording I .r ,a ,
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Succulent Scallops secretary; Mrs. S. A.
Luscious Lobsters corresponding secretary o
; Mrs. Morton A. Warner, Father James :M. :McCall has installed officers of Blessed Trinity Guild, Jackson

YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLATTER treasurer; and Miss Eugenia ville, from the left, :Mrs. W. P. G. :Meyers, secretary; Mrs. H. Brown Hood, treasurer i 23 & 4 Bedroom Homes in

SERVED OCEAN FRESH Nicola, deanery representative, ; :Mrs. Leo Vinson, president; Mrs. Allen Jones, first vice-president: Mrs. Arthur ii St. Judft Parish
HUSHPUPP1ES AND ROLLS publicity chairman, and his- Yeomans, outgoing president; and Mrs. Dixon Redditt, second vice-president. o
Chicken and Steaks torian. 't* Transfiguration ParishSacred
Members chose the first OrlandoGOOD TitusvilleST. reported on the recent Dioc- r
a At Famous Johns Pass uj2'r Heart PtarishIT'S
week in October for the club's esan convention in Tampa and

j ,. annual card party. SHEPHERD TERESAAt thanked all those who made it As Low as $90.00 Down. .
On Sunday, June 2, approx- a recent meeting of St. possible for her to attend.
: PHARMACY GUIDE TampaST. imately one hundred Good Teresa's Catholic Women's
PARISH JOSEPH Shepherd Parish students who Club plans were made for a Ormond BeachST. i 1325 Arlington Avenue N. Phone 842-4134

Installation of officers for were graduating from Good rummage shop to open in June anInnIiuIciinuuInIIcInUUIuIlcnIIl1IIluIlan111uuulpluuu111u u2uinu1C11nn
St. Joseph's Altar Society took Shepherd Elementary School in the parish hall, on Thurs- BRENDAN

place recently at a dinner for or from local high schools, received -day, Friday and Saturday. The Members of the Holy Name AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
the new and outgoing officers Communion a t the exact dates will be announced
Society of St. Brendan Church
and members of the society. 9:15: Mass. After mass they later. Anyone wish: Qf Sput jj PasafJria.Offers

r Those who will serve for the were served breakfast in the ing to donate articles is askedto re-elected Lloyd Rensel their
: You jib* Pavroentis For
r 1 1963-1964 term are Mrs Jesus school social hall by the Wom call :Mrs. Eugene Grimm, president for the coming year. ; -
Martinez, president; Mrs. Hector en's Guild of the parish. 2673382. Other officers elected to serve FINANCING & RENANCINGL

r Herrero, vice-president; Graduation exercises for In their program for the with him are: A. P. Berg, 1st

Mrs. Delio Pulido, secretary; :;2 students of Good Shfp- coming year are also included vice-president; Joseph McQuillen -
and Mrs. Arthur Ramirez herd School were held at spring and fall hat sales, an ., 111
2nd vice-president; William -
treasurer. 5 p.m. Monsignor l Harold Easter ham sale, a fashion .
- i1)) your Doctor's prescriptions F. Jordan spoke on Catholic, show and card party in De Mitchell, secretary; ie
;: will be filled promptly at Education and its importanceto cember. Thomas Hay, treasurer; Frank 1 l t

these palish pharmacies. Jackson's ShoesLadies' the children of our times. Mrs. James Brown, president, Nicastro, marshaL BANK;

& Men's Two one-year scholarships to

,. BLESSED TRINITY Clinic Miller Bishop Moore High School 87? Sfllfporf Blyd i ) .
were awarded for the highest
FLORIDA PHARMACY Vitality-Weyenberg scholastic attainment: to

SKYWAY SHOPPING CENTER Cushioned Bellaires Gerard Kobylinsky for the I
1I I 925 62ND AVE.. SOUTIiT.PETER58URG.FLA. boys, from the Holy Name Society
641 Central Ave. 862-1355
; and to Jean Wroble for Wedding Rings entwined on a Crest

Phone 8676868GULFPORT the girls, from the Women's I Ii symbolize the union of the couple in Christ.
FOR ADVERTISING IX Guild. This Cross makes an ideal Wedding

-I 8T. PETERSBURG William Enos and Christine f .. Shower or Anniversary gift. Cress is supplied
_ CONTACT Leblca won the two American Y'te3a k < a 'I with aluminum sleeve for use en

DRUGS 31RS. BEVERLY MURPHYAT Legion General Excellence 'j wedding cakes. .-..

347-3085 scholarships. i
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Daytona Beach The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 7,1963 Page ThreeGRADUATES

IThU KAY'S In Daytona Restaurant Beach stop at DCCW Corner

734 Main StreetUNEXCELLED will be starting this month for the school Dies, Loretfo
AT REASONABLE FOOD PRICES adults. This is a happy time, but let us ,. '--- 1'. J.-\CKSOX\.ILLE-\Irs. Angelina .

make it worth while too. Ghiotto Danese 86 who
HOMEMADE PASTRIESPRINTING -\V race; and Mrs. Roger Kenney J'
I J JAn nice i cool i spot, hood 828 Carlton Place, 'Lake-- "ff died Thursday, May 30, was

book is one way to enjoy your Wales. 9' buried June 1 in St. Joseph

self. May I suggest that you All report chairman will be kt <., ,; cemetery, Loretto.

Letter Press & Offset consider reading "Martha, happy to see our new report f iIIi1.'f! 'T. '. 5 : Requiem High Mass was celebrated
Martha" by .
Couchman Printing Co. forms. :Miss Irene Scanlon, diocesan ) W '; ." last Saturday at 10
Patricia Mo Nl '
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f. MaUorjr, Owner chairman, with Monsignor .r, '.t y ; ajn. In the Church of the As-

i CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia Gerr.. It is Patrick E. Nolan and > 4y } l : \7 ; sumption by Monsignor JamesB.

and easy well reading worth Mrs. George P. Coyle as con- ,ir... ,! ., .. ) tf' ., .., i Cloonan.

sultants, and Mrs. Theo Antony ,, "''"" .. 'JJ:
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your .
Welcome Travelers report chairman from the I ,. .
Safety shouldbe J. :.. ',..., y'., .i.:':'',,.,, ,: ;. ,.t.:, \ .. ",.. .;: .., ." ., '., :';: Mrs. Danese's death are a
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Porch and Patio spent '
specialties -
Rattan Wrought Iron the summer.. consideration on, the new I ,n '''d'' ';., : ;. of the Sisters of St. Josephof

Aluminum Learn be an to swim alert forms: ; : ? '! J' ? : : tf'I.-I.: J; St. Augustine.Also .

Highway I Ormond Beach )Ir.. seho b rt driver take We are indeed indebted to W s ; S surviving are four
them for all the time given to other daughters, Mrs. GeorgeR.

boating precautions, not too the revision. We are sure that .11 .\. Carter of Tampa Mrs. A. E.

Furniture Books much exposure in the sun at you will be happy with the re- .. f. tj'<. ,.:.,. ," Carter of Loretto Mrs. Carl J.
one time or too strenuous .
Greeting '
sults. \ and Mrs.
Rich Guy Taylor.
LLOYD COX exercise at one time. These are Interesting reports on the ., I(.

Office precautions sent to you from recent convention have been 1 1P Four surviving sons include

SuppliesCL the National Safety bureau. made in various affiliationsthis Louis Danese, Stanley Danese

2.3473 We congratulate all the new month. To name a couple Emanuel Danese, and Leo Da

I 118 I North Beach Street officers recently installed in St. Mary's Catholic Women's nese all of Jacksonville.Mrs. .

various parishes.A Club of Rockledge had a Hunt-
., Danese is also survivedby
hearty welcome also to ley and Brinkley type report w. < 36 grandchildren and 51

POWDER PUFF the new appointees to the given to them by Mrs. Louis grandchildren.Mother .

board of the Diocesan Council DeMarkis and Mrs. Theo An- 1. great
I BEAUTY SALON Louis Edwin superior -

Creative Hair of Catholic Women They tony. The Ascension Guild of _._.....- ........ ...vw.......?.. _. _._. ..._. _. __ ." .._ ._v. .. __ _._ __ ._ _._r. general of the Sisters of

Permanents Silver Styling are: Mrs. George Kernan 33 Eau Gallie had a news panel. OF OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP ACADEMY IN TA3IPAi St. Joseph, headed a group of
; Blendingand
Vesta Circle, Melbourne, in Six members holding various Seniors from Our Lady of anne Monaco, Jo Alice Perwere Margarita Fernandez Sisters at the funeral.
i the Orlando-Central Dean- positions In the guild gave Perpetual Help Academy In rone. Merci Freyre, Mario Perez. Mrs. Danese was born in San

)f.lf'* )[. rhnk. OR 74313I era'; Mrs. Francis J. Doyle their impressions of the activities Tampa were graduated on Row three: Ruth Brost, Valedictorian of this year's \Mass\ Guide \ Stefano Italy and c a m e to

I So. Missile Ormond Beach 7908 Garden Xn St., Peters.burg and program. June 2 at exercises begin. Karen Walden, Aileen Giglio, class was Mary Sue James. Jacksonville 77 years ago residing -

i Opp. Coqulaa Hotel serving another term These made very interesting nlng at 8 p.m. Speaker for Constance Nader, Gloria Gloria Jean Cerra was saluta- SUNDAY, June 9 at 5804 Luella St. She

iI in the West Coast Deanery; the occasion Father Garcia Linda torian. Trinity Sunday. (Mass of
I programs, plus an easy way to was Cerra Judy was a member of the Assump-
Mrs. John B. King, 103 Mission bring your convention news John Cavanaugh CSS.R. Wiest, and Joyce Wiest- Sunday Gloria, Creed, Preface tion parish.A .

Italian and American Food Hills Dr., Temple Ter. the affiliation.One miller. of Trinity).
back to Those who received their DeadlinesRow Rosary was recited at S

Open 5 P.M. 'til I 11 I P.M. MaitlandST. of the best written re- high school diplomas were' four Andrew Fresh, News stories from any lonrc MONDAY June 10 p.m. on Friday, May 31, at the

ports wa given by Sirs. William from the left, front row: Armando Snarez Tony de should BO reach later Tho thaa Florida 3Indayj Catholic"offleo new St. Margaret. (Mass of a holy mortuary chapeL

S Banquet Facilities MARY BIAGDALEN L. Soleau of St. John's Gloria Fuentes, Mary Sue Varona, Joe Sigmund, Frank nlctcrea should reach the editor by woman not a martyr, Gloria,

Closed Mondays Members of St. Mary Mag Ladies Auxiliary from St. Jamt'1ice Perez, Rita Guggino and Alfonso Garcia. Friday -Friday for poblleatloa tune la the followlar Common Preface). LOUIS W. PETERSON

dalen Holy Name Society are Petersburg Beach. Wonders, Margaret: Miyares, Absent from the photo TUESDAY, June 11 Agent for

SAN REMO requested to attend the 8:30: Read your monthly Message Carmen Muinos, and Gloria St. Barnabas. (Mass of feast, Berlin( r Br*., In*.

Mass Sunday June 9, and re- carefully, it has a lot of good Gutierrez. I Gloria, Creed, Preface of )1k.YUI. C Bdl. Co.. IB*.
RESTAURANT AwardedTo P.O. 410J Carrollton SUtioa
ceive Holy Communion. At information."A Row two: Alice Sanchez, Degrees Apostles). Sacramental Wiao Afencrw

1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL this Mass Father Hubert J. bientot," Josefina Canosa, Toni Soret, WEDNESDAY June 12 >. Orleans LonUtana.

2-1357 Reason will install the incoming AntoinetteMrs. Mary Chillura, Cynthia Vigo, Diocesan StudentsSeveral St. John of St. Facundus. PURE ALTAR WINES

officers for the Holy Name Joseph Schoebert Martha Yillemaire, Joyce (Mass of a confessor not a

Society.The Diocesan evident! P.mlo Irene Gonzalez, Suz-
Bishop, Gloria, 2nd prayer of
I students from the Diocese of St. Augustine have

The New Apostles received degrees from Catholic colleges and universities St. Basllides and companion CLEARWATERSMITH'S
martyrs, Common Preface).
.' throughout the United States in commencement exercises
h THURSDAY, June 13

ALUMINUM He Could Help his Brotherly LoveBy Which past few took weeks.-place during the College in Mobile, receiving a Corpus Christi. (Mass after of

AWNINGS feast on Thursday
IP 7 Three Floridians are among bachelor of science degree in
e Icreea front of
Trinity Sunday, in
Eael..r" FlMIMU a4 the business administration. Commencement
Glenn D. Kittler 88 students who graduatedfrom
oormreleTALeau. missals Gloria Com
fl Carpi most ; ,
.. uwALrrSera cowrAn THE superior of the monastery was waiting just inside the door when Brother Francis Belmont Abbey College, exercises were held mon Preface).
1.11I". Belmont at the college on May 28.
North Carolina, on
returned from another in Genoa. Brother Francis Watches
rnUerCallaDuFree ary spending day was carryingtwo FRIDAY, June 14 Diamonds
Tuesday, June 4. Two diocesan' students! received -
sacks in which he put the results of the begging he did in the city each day. St. Basil. Mass( of feast, Silverware -
James V. Caltagirone of
degrees from Loyola
Gloria, Common Preface).
superior glanced at the
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Brother Francis? "Of course I do not mind," given to him. He said nothing history.
also received the bachelor Gloria, 2nd prayer of Blessed FLORIDA
1. "Well enough," said Francis. he said, "but some of the about the varicose veins his. Michael. Maloney of Jack CLEARWATER,
of science degree in bus Virgin for Saturday, Common
almost other friars may because now long walks caused, nothing sonville also received the
"But the ,sacks are iness administration.The Preface; or Mass of
1 is s.ws.er+;f empty," the superior pointedout. .they .shalL have even less to about'the'.sores erupting on his ,.bachelor of arts degree, with amajor bachelor of science degree Blessed: Virgin, 2nd prayerof t Gilt ill f f 1.Hr l i
; no'one his in business administration
eat than they usually do: legs and knew of
martyrs, Preface of K. O'Brien
was also awarded at New Betty
Estimates Brother Francis looked illness until the day he collapsed and a minor in biology.,
Francis explained: Mary Orleans to Garry Boyle Jr., son Blessed Virgin). & Company
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am ,
who told me that his house had sorry Tampa. The degree was received :nd Sunday after Pentecost. MUTUAL FUNDS
Boyette Awningand burned down; he had lost said, "but I could not resist the That was in 1866 the year a the bachelor of science from the university's (Mass of Sunday, Gloria, STOCKS & IONDS'lD6IRIIHHHIIIIIIIIHnIi

Blinds Co. man." cholera epidemic struck Genoa, degree, having majoredin Preface of Trinity).
Venetian everything and had nothing to college of arts and sciences Creed,
"You could not resist the quickly killing hundreds. The chemistry' with a minorin
Est. 1947 feed his family. I gave him during commencement exercises .
chance to display love," the Capuchins hurried into the mathematics. He was
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Catholic Comment Frank J. SheedProper How Faithful are we to Ourselves! ?

Use of :Sacraments '\Ji 7E know that If w. love the strivings of self-lore art the lot of our less fortunate _

W God. we must love all similar but with a higher ob>>- brothers.

whom He loves. We must love Jectlre. Either personally or throughour

1 I Has no 'Magic' Involved our neighbor. God has made We seek eternal life for our- Bishops and charitable or- --
: [ Legacy Pope this the proof selves. We avoid all that would ganlzations we feed the

hungry, we clothe the naked,
.. and the measure endanger our happi
"THE Church's sacraments are simply a survival of
shelter for the home-
of love We by means of provide
1 ness. try,
"PHE entire world stood hushed and men constantly that they were brothersin magic. This is the foundation of primitive religion, for Himself. prayer and the sacraments, to less and education for the

grief-stricken as it heard the solemn Christ; that they were all redeemed by but modern man has" outgrown .it. (except, of course, for "If anyonesays provide our soul with all thatis ignorant, combat racial preJudice

knell that announced that Peter had followed the Son of God. Pope John constantly Roman Catholics). 'I love S necessary for its growth and nurse the sick, and seek

his Master in death. World leaders called upon mankind to spread the good This objection usually leaves a Catholic speechless the God,' and health, for its preservation In equal justice and opportunityfor
first time he hears it. He has been receiving all.
hates his
lost the Prince of Peace. But his legacy to news of the Gospel and spearheaded the grace.
__Ij sacraments all his life, and he sees no neighbor," St." Self.love on the natural level On the higher and more vital
them is the formula for peace -"Pacemin efforts to bring back a world that had the
/ conceivable connection between them and John warnsus comes fairly easy to us. It level we seek spiritual wel-
Terris. strayed, a world confronted with the dan-
It I The statement to him "he Is a largely Is motivated by the Inborn fare of our neighbor.
magic. seems _
John XXIH knew that of of wretchedness and
Pope dying hunger.
obviously ger "
_.1z\ sheerly meaningless. The trouble is that liar. More- instinct of selfpreservation. We share our prayers with
death was soon to claim him even when he Even though he sat in the Chair of the
,I ,crwe cannot answer a question that we do over, love for The practice of selMove all mankind as we pray for
was writing this great encyclical Perhapsit Peter for the first time in the twilight of % on the supernatural level conversion of sinners and un
was the thought of impending death his life, he set for himself a goal which '_%.- not understand, and it would be a pity to Father Leo J. Treseour comes harder. It Is not an In believers. We cooperate with

that urged him on to this magnificenteffort. would have made many a younger man leave this one unanswered. To say "It'sall nate Instinct. convert work in our own
neighbor must be
nonsense. I can't make head or tail pat
shrink. His goal-an ecumenical council. terned the love which we It springs from the virtue of parish and support the work
of it" is not For if cannot upon
Religious leaders throughout the And so he had summoned the Bishopsof an answer. we have for ourselves. "Thou faith fortified by the virtue of of missionaries at home and

world will lament the passing of a great the world to join with him in solemn make head or tail of it, as Chesterton or shalt love thy neighbor as hope. And, since the soul Is so abroad. We are willing, If

soul who, in his final years especially, conclave under the guidance of the Holy someone asked, how do we know it's all thyself," is God's command- superior to the body, and eter- called upon, to help with religious -
? And there really is sort of head and tail to instruction classes. We .
nonsense a nal life superior to physicallife
spent Himself in mending the seamless Spirit to set the course of the barque of ment. so
the objection that sacraments are magic, even if there is it Is our spiritual welfare are ready, if opportunity _
garment of Christ which was torn over Peter in these troubled times. The ecu- There Is a specious kind of ,
the truths of
offers to explain
the centuries by the division of Christen menical council which he opened turned no body. the loss or increase of sancti--self-love: which Is reprehensible. -which always: must have pri faith ,to others.

dom. His bequest to them is a foundationfor the eyes of the world toward Rome. It What the objector has in fying grace which is likewise This is the narcissism of macy. word when possible, and
mind is that in both of them There be times when It By
the self-centered and self-wor- may
unity: the burning bush of mutual a spiritual reality, cannot come
brought applause from every segment of material objects and. specialacts is necessary to suffer corporal always by example, we try to

love which we hope and pray will be society. The unity, charity and freedom or words are used to pro- under our gaze either. shiping There person.also is a trne and pain and deprivation for the encourage the lax to become _

fanned so that it will one day consume which the council evidenced quickenedthe duce a result which the objects, The Priest and ourselves accept wholesome self-love which sake of spiritual health. It better and to win the sinner
the world. spirit of nations down in themselves God's word for it that to back from his sin.
bogged national acts and words in God expects all of us to have even may be necessary
To the man on the street often chilled and international strife. The deathof cannot possibly account for. grace comes to our soul whenwe for ourselves. sacrifice natural life in orderto Our love for neighbor does

by the air of doom, threats of atomic an- Pope John brought to a close another That Is the resemblance.But receive sacraments, provided Genuine selMove manifests preserve supernatural life, not have to be an emotionallove

nihilation, racial strife, the Pope's beckon- chapter in church history. Though the that is the whole of the we ourselves do not pre- itself, on the natural level in as the martyrs have testified.It no more than does our

ing arms offered the warmth of the Fa chapter was brief, it will be a blessed resemblance. It is on the surface vent It by a deliberate settingof the intelligent. care which we should be plain, now, what love for God. It is not how we

ther's House. Christ's Vicar reminded guide for generations to come. ; below, there Is total dif our will against God's.One have for our physical and God means when He fays, feel towards our neighbor (he _

ference.To remembers the young mental wellbeing.We "Love thy neighbor as thy may be a very unlikable per-

Question BoxWhen draw conclusions from man in Samuel Butler's novel avoid unnecessary dan- self." son) and what we are willing _

what things look like or sound "The Way of All Flesh" who gers to our health and integrity. We must want for our to do for him, that proves and _

I like, while not bothering about loses his faith when he finds We seek to provide our- neighbor what we want for expresses our love. _

Host is Raised Look AdoreQ. the meaning is a sure way to that children who have been selves with whatever is neces- ourselves: the necessary Considering the supreme Importance .

be fooled. baptized seem to behave no sary for the welfare of body means to achieve natural of love for neighbor, _
Please how Magic uses material things- better than children who have health and happiness insofar it is well to examine ourselves -_
explain one Holy Communion, moreover, session. I realize gossipingis and mind food, clothing,
water perhaps, or wine, or not He was not very well in- and above all periodically on our fidelity to _
the as possible
person can offer Holy Communion inspires soul to make fervent wrong and I was wonder- shelter, medicine, knowledge,
bread, or oil all of which sac- structed upon the Christian to achieve eternal life. this duty.
for another.A. acts of divine love and ing if I should avoid these affection. We avoid unneces-
other virtues. by means of raments use; or the livers of doctrine of grace. sary corporal and mental pain Love for neighbor manifests After each Holy Communion,
The expression "to offer which the communicant's gatherings.A. birds, say, special trees, bones, Not that grace cannot visIbly and search: for such happinessas Itself, on the first level, in the as we tell our Lord of our love _

Holy Communion" for anotherIs prayers for others have more Many of the over-the- stones, none of which figure in affect men's conduct. this world may afford. We concern we have for his for Him, we well might ask

an imprecise phrase and than ordinary efficacy with back-fence sessions are definitely sacraments. Along with the Often it seems to, and most try to extend our natural life temporal welfare. That is whywe ourselves, "Just what did I do,

liable I I to misunderstanding.Though occasions of sin and shouldbe objects go words and gestures, spectacularly though even to its alloted span. give the name of charity, this past week, to show my
a common practice, it God.Lastly avoided. However, it wouldbe which must be exactly right. then we cannot always excludethe for neighbor
there are Indulgences On the supernatural level, or love, to our efforts to better love my _
Is somewhat difficult to explain which may be gained on the rash to say all of them are. The idea behind the use of possibility of other influ-

( from a strictly theological occasion of Holy Communion, We are gregarious creatures.We these things is that they give ences working for good. But .
viewpoint. which the Church allows the love company and it is the user a secret power to force precisely because grace is whatit Father John J. Castelot

t It is false to think that a living to apply to the souls in most natural to get together to nature to do his will: some- is, there may be either no result I

communicant can share with Purgatory.Q. chat. how or other he has got inside at all, because the human Turmoil/ of Soul Refleded in Psalm
another the direct sacramentalfruit During the elevation at Just because a person's the order of nature, has broken will refuses to make the effort

of his Communion, so tongue slips once In a while Idon't into nature's machinery, so to needed. If it Is to rise to the h t.
hues of t psalm,
Mass, half of our congregation a person Is in ex me, Incline your ear to m* other _
that the latter profits therebyin think that we have to speak. He does not usually level grace makes possible to WHEN which described HUflttnatfon
bows its heads. The distress, his emOutions make haste to deliver met!
the same manner and meas- avoid that The it there be immense
person. same pretend to know why these ; or again may '
other half looks directly at are not to sort out God is his rock and his most aptly'For
the actual easy
ure as recipient. be said of results with
may a group. things get results. The resultsare preciouslittle object
the Sacred Host. What is and analyze. He is alternately fortress (4), and will surely all my foes I am an _
Holy Communion directly, On the other hand if the what matter. And what to show for them out
(that is, by virtue of the Sacrament the proper posture at this neighborhood vigilantes haveas are they? They are always ma- wardly. frightened and extricate him from the net 0 f reproach, a laughing-and _
stock to neighbors
of the Eucharist itself moment? their main purpose in meet- terial rain falls crops grow There is no point in compar- confident; not his enemies hare thrown my
dread to friends they
as an instrument of divine A. Since the Sacred Speciesare ing the characterassassinationof hunting is good someone gets ing any baptized person with daring to giveuphopefor over him (5)). see me abroad my flee; from me.

power) benefits only the recipient elevated by the celebrantin others, then they must be sick, someone dies. one who has not been baptized, With a touching abandon he I am forgotten like the unremembered -
not only because the order that the avoided 'because have that would be S surrenders himself completelyto
congregation as we must flee from On both points the sacra- no two people like
dead I
am a
effect of the sacrament Is might look upon them and any occasion of sin. ments are exactly opposite.The the same temptations the same to lose the bat- God In the sure knowledgethat dish that is broken.;

proper only when one receivesit adore Our Blessed Saviour Q. Is it a mortal sin to eat Priest is not imposinghis obstacles to overcome, the tle in advancehe He will avenge him. Our This stanza ends with a renewed

worthily, but also becausethe sacramentally present, the latter between meals on a fast will on reality: he is doing same natural tendencies to is still divine Saviour chose these expression of confidence
Holy Eucharist, being a posture looking directlyat ? -nvhat Christ wants him to doChrist's : hejp or hinder them. realisticenough words of the psalmist to express '__
day in ultimate deliverance and _
spiritual food nourishonly the Sacred ff a can Species seems will is all that mat- only valid comparison is own _
the third ((20-25) Is a glowing __
A. The laws of the Churchon the
the one who of eminently sensible.Q. and as He hung dying on the
partakes more fast ters, and the results follow be- between the baptized man tribute of praise to the all-good ______
and abstinence which
bind danger
it. I had to stand outsidea cause Christ has promised himself-In other words, compare cross: -
under pain of mortal sin. faces him. This Is the turmoilof God. The opening lines set its
As a supernatural good crowded church last Sunday them. Nor are the results in what he is with what he Into your hands I commendmy

work, however, performed by to hear Mass.\ Did I On a fast day, only one full the material order. The soul would have been without the heart and soul reflected in spirit; you will redeem me, tone How: great Is the goodness, I

the communicant Holy Communion satisfy my obligation? meal is allowed. Two other gains grace the gift or increaseof aid of grace.I heavenward psalm 30. Its stout author professionsof sends 0 LORD, 0 faithful God ((6)). 0 LORD, which you have In
can Indirectly benefit A. Presuming meatless meals, sufficient lor that life in the soul by have called this a valid The second stanza sounds
you were on confidence in store for those who fear you.
both the living and the dead, time for Mass, you did fulfill maintaining strength, may be which we are here and now test its only drawback is that help, like a page from the book of And the psalmist, who has
for the following reasons: your obligation. It Is not neces- taken according to each one's brought into a new relation of there is no way of applying it pleads for mercy and speedy Job, the innocent sufferer. It personally benefited from this
rescue, and sings of
The reception of Holy Communion sary that we be inside the own needs, but together they belief and love with God and -no way open to us, that is. God's goodness to joyfully those who is a pathetic description of the goodness ends his tong by

is an excellent act of church but merely that we should not equal another full by which we shall be able at We cannot see his soul. A turn to Him for help. anguish which sent the author urging all his hearers to profit

the virtue of religion, and as form part of the congregation. meaL death to live the life of heaven. given man's struggle against running to the arms of his by his experience: to love, to
Meat may be eaten at the The increase of in the his ruling sin have had The first stanza (1-9)) Creator for
such has a satisfactory value However, it would be better grace may protection: be faithful, to be courageous:
principal meal on a day of fast, soul cannot be seen the soul all the of heaven breathes forth a con-
and a title of congruity to i if you attended a'less crowded : angels applauding supreme Have pity on me, 0 LORD, Love the LORD, all you his
some extra divine favors at., Mass, or left home a few except on Friday Ash Wednesday itself is a spirit, invisible therefore : yet all that the world fidence, even though its open for I am in distress; with sore faithful ones! The Lord keeps

taching to it. minutes earlier to assure your- late, the Vigil of ,the Immacu- not in the range of our sees may be a sinner sinning ing lines reveal that the psalmist row my eye is consumed; my those who are constant, but

The extra fruits may be, self a place inside the church. 23 Conception 24.Eating. and December eyes; the presence or absence, again. Is in dire need: soul also, and my body ((10)). more than requites those who
ceded to another in virtue of> Q. Almost every day I between meals Is not In you, 0 LORD, I take ref. When Jesus quoted the act proudly. Take courage and

the doctrine of the Mystical 1 join a group of neighborsfor permitted but liquids, including uge; let me never be put to first part of verse 6, He mayhave be stouthearted, all you who

Body of Christ, whereby we> a friendly chat. It some- milk and fruit juices, are Washington Letter shame. In your justice rescue well been thinking of hope in the LORD. _

are members of one another. times turns into a gossip allowed.

Foreign Service Seeks Out The Pope we MournSignificant
Father Michael V. Gannon .

_ ; : Mission of Nombre De Dioschapters Catholic College Students Dates in Pontiff's Life

The following are significantdates flounced intention to summon encyclical Mater et 3Iagi tra.
peat in THE Catholic press can take a bow. In 1962, one out of in the life of Pope John an ecumenical council. 1962, October 11-Opened the

five candidates taking the competitive examina- XXIII. 1960, March 28-Created sev- Second Vatican Council in

tion for U. S. Foreign Service Officers was a student or 1881, November 25-Born as en new Cardinals, bringing Col- Rome.

lORlba catholic history graduate of a Catholic col- Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli in lege of Cardinals to 1963, April 11 Paeem In
.__ __ for filing completed applica-
_ ___ lege or university. Sotto il Monte in the provinceand record total of 85 members. TerrN.
tion-- forms. Diocese of Bergamo. The 1961, July 14-Issued his fifth 1963, June 3DIed.CTRANGE .
_ Chapter Five qner. pacify and populate" Pow and Father Diego de This represented an impres- Application forms and information third of 13 children of Giovanniand
Hernando de Soto, al the of Florida sive increase former
DON present territory Bannuelos. over can be obtained Maria Anna Roncalli and BUT
_ only 36 of and the lands times and Is believed to have
years extending: After stopping for nearly a from the Secretary of the their first son.1892Entered. TRUE
age, was a knight commanderof westward to the Rio Grande. :year in Cuba on the way, de been due in good part to the Board of Examiners for the minor semin- .) Little-Known Facts for Cat

the order of Santiago. He Almost alone among the Soto's fleet reached Florida on publicity the Catholic press Foreign Service, Departmentof at Bergamo.
ary .. .....
By M. J. MURRAY ""vst usa.JI.e.w.c.a. s
was a veteran of the campaigns Spanish commanders, he was the 25th of May, 1539, and gave to the examination and State, Washington 25, D.C. 1904 August 10-Ordained In

_____1 in central America, and had undaunted by the failure of landed several days later at the opportunity young people In addition to applicants the Church of Santa Maria in

served under Francisco PizarroIn earlier expeditions led by de what Is now Shaw's point, five were offered to serve their with majors in political Monte Santo, Rome.

the conquest of the Incas.In Leon and Narvaez. The des- miles west of Bradenton.The country. science, government, historyand 1921, May 7-Named Monsignor .

J538: he decided to "con- perate tale told by Cabeza de bay in which he laid "The Catholic press was of the liberal arts, it is by Pope Benedict XV, and

Vaca, companion of Narvaez, anchor was the same, Tampa valuable assistance in bring looking for men and women president of the Italian Societyfor

only spurred him on to succeed Bay in which Narvaez had dis ing this information to the applicants trained In such diverse the Propagation of the
where others had failed. embarked. De Soto named the attention of its readers," a specialties as budget and Faith.

On April 6, 1538, deS 0 to bay Espiritu Santo "Holy U. S. State Department staffer fiscal work management, per- 1925, March 19Consecratedas

sailed from the port of San Spirit. said in making known the percentage sonnel, labor relations, law, Titular Bishop of Areopoliswith '
Catholicrabllihed Lucar in Spain with ten ships On June 3rd de Soto took of Catholic college banking and finance, Industry, the personal title of arch. 'Li '

and a company of 620 men. His formal possession of Florida students among the applicants. foreign trade and all other aspects bishop and named Apostolic .

-- cedula, or charter, from King with all the usual cere It will be given at 70 cities of economics and ad- Visitor to Bulgaria.

e.er7 frlday Charles V. stipulated that he monies. throughout the U.S. and at diplomatic ministration.At 1931, October 16-Appointed

FLORIDA P.O. ll.x S5JI CATHOLIC G.'rcI.SUI TRESS. Inc. take "Priests who shall be appointed There were no Indians in at., and consular posts no time in history have first Apostolic Delegate to Bul.

IS* E..t CelenUI Dri,.. Orlaade by us for the instruc- tendance. The Timucuans who I abroad. Three options will be International relation! had agreater garia.

Subscription In U.S.A and Canada tion of the natives of that lived in that region on seeing featured-history, governmentand impact than they do 1931, November 21-Named

J5.00.'..00 i,.r year; other countries province in our holy Catholic the approach of de Soto's ships, social science; management now on the day to day livesof Apostolic Delegate to Greece .i4s FfcDM; KCMMXASU SCOWS Of CMCUS.tKMCS cass IS Mix MO I I I t1 'iJ' pjpAiTt

The Florida Catholic Is a memberof Faith, to whom you are to had lit warning fires along the and business administration the American people. and Turkey and appointed CTWW cuacjiTits couxcrro eotipacx / ij h, Ll
the Catholic Press Association give and pay the passage, coast and fled into the brush. ; and economics. The jobs and earnings of Apostolic Administrator of the AU ovm TW VCCLO.BOMllU. I.j t' 5q $ALP

and Conference the National News Catholic Service. Welfare Borner stores and the other necessary Two Indians captured by a Applicants who are 21 and people here at home, the prices Latin Rite Vicariate Apostolicof 17 bMS F1C'f7t.TouHot* of PAn4tP.inr I f S L* D11S o OF T' '

and ilartin. publishers representative. subsistence for them accordingto Spanish patrol several months: under 31 years of age 'as of and variety of goods available, Constantinople. FAMOUS Houn cr IMCHIMS iti ';' l' .17O' .

-- May. 1.Entered 195, as at second Orlando.class Florida mail, our condition." earlier for service as Interpret.. July 1, 1963 and who will have freedom to lead the life they 1344, December 22 Appointed Nutr.ITALY. .. .- : --

under the Act of March 3. 1879. Twelve Priests in all accompanied ers, had made their escape on, been citizens of the U.S. for at choose and their very safetyall by Pope Pins XII a*

the expedition to the day of the landing.De least nine years as of that depend in part on foreign Apostolic undo to France.

Florida of whom eight were Soto therefore sent out, date, are eligible. policy and the way it is carried 1952, November 29-Named 1)1 BELGIUM.LOAM1J4 WHICH,

rather Vlaeent E. Smith diocesan and four were reli two reconnoitering parties to I A minimum of 20 years of but. to Sacred College of Cardinals.

Executive Editor gious. capture natives to supply the, age has been established for The wisdom with which 1958 October 2S-Elected as

Editors Hark Mitt A. Hellwlr J... QnU. We know the names of only loss of the interpreters, and to I those who either have foreign policies are framed Pope and took name of John

..rpla A. Better four of the diocesan mission- make a general exploration of bachelors degrees or have and the skill with which they XXIII.

Advertising Manager aries: Father Dionisius de the surrounding country. completed their junior year are carried out, depend in 1958, November 4-Crownedas j4nfted IAT OFFICIAL 10 norr CALLED SfMtttt 7,1'SHJilCWO GwtCMttISA I

Friday June 7 1963 Paris, Father Rodrigo de Gal- (Nex"* Week: of college. ,6 large measure on the men and Pope in St. Peter's basilica. kosr DUTY ff4 loser THATAU.M tun*
legos,. Father Francisco... de,'. A Strange "Indian") July 22 Is the closing, te women In Foreign Service., 1939_ January! 26 A a- .Iet &SIA&V 11ftZD 3. V.






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!The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 7,1963 Page Five

I Rules Govern Time when Papal Throne Is Empty'!

CUSTOM, ancient ritual 4 tidal seals used la the Apot layman acting as his personal iattendant. with the world watching the

laws -some toIle Chancery. ]1 puffs of smoke from the con-

of them written by Pope Draw lots for cells duringthe The affairs of the conclave I
John himself-have estab. conclave, exceptions being currently art governed by two I< osen.'Vhen.

hued the procedures to be made for the advanced age or documents.Th a vote falls to producei

followed when a Pope dies. -- infirmity of individual Card. first Is the 1945 apostolic J i decision, the ballots are

Although the Church Is naILS constitution of Pope Pius XII 1 burned in a stove with damp

plunged deep into sorrow Fix the data for entrance entitled Tacantls ApostoUcae I ISed1. i straw.

over the Pontiffs death, a __Into conclave. .." This la designed to pro-

corps of Vatican officials 1 begins i In the meantime the govern The other Is an October, 1962, duce a heavy black smoke

Immediately on the workto .____ ment activities of the Holy See series of amendments and new and let people in st. Peter's

name his successor a ; continue but only the absolutely Instructions published by Pope Square know that the voting

., process climaxing In a secret .v. necessary business Is dealt John. It Is wiled "Summl Pon- continues.The .

conclave of the world's Car- i11t'_ with. tlflcis ElectL" ballots from the vote on

dinals. ; ___ Some Titles Lapse Pope John's document has 'which a Pope is chosen are Pope John's Coat of Arms

The Cardinal chamberlain of changed the system of voting. 1 1 burned without damp straw,

the Holy Roman Church guides "This administration Is conducted Previously the requirement lain, still faces more duties.

this process. This chamberlain 4tfr4L by the Cardinal cham was a vote of two thirds plus I He gathers up the writings
berlain. He acts with the ad-
or camerlengo Is Bene one. turned In by the Cardinals In

detto Cardinal Alolsl Masella. vice of a committee of three The new rules requIre a conclave puts them in sealed
Cardinals the deans of each
The Cardinal chamberlain'sJob simple two-thirds majority. parcels and takes them to the
order of the three In the Sacred
requires him to take Immediate :4- College-Bishops, Priests and However It Is specified that Vatican archives where they

possession of the Holy if the total number of Card will be preserved.
Deacons. In extraordinary: mat
See'f properties and admlnster ; ti yl.k ters he can consult with the Bali present cannot be divided F' Then he must write a report

the temporal rights and goodsof ; .' : ,', L entire college. into three equal parts, one regarding the results of the
rtA ; "/ I
the Church.It Tote more than a simple two votes! at each of the conclave
.'r1i While some titles with which
is he who officially verifies Cardinals Invested thirds 1. demanded. sessions. This report must be
k- t are lapse c _
the death of Pope by with the death of the Pope, must be submitted to the Voting takes place in the _._ approved by the Cardinal dean.

visiting the death scene and F- others do not to assure that new Pope after his election. famed Sistine chapeL It Is by ,. and, like the Cardinal's writings

receiving the report of attending I IMRS. Church business will be attended Interregnum Affects Many secret ballot. Two ballots are 4 Is to be preserved In the

physicians.The 7 mp__ to. During the interregnum, the taken each morning and eve.ning archives as a historical docu-

Cardinal chamberlain KENNEDY WITH POPE JOHNIn For example, the Cardinal papal masters of ceremonies, until a new Pope Is chos ment.

had a new duty added to his March, 1962, Pope John received in audience Mrs. penitentiary retains his post. whose office does not cease, en. No Cardinal can vote for Non of these documentscan

responsibilities by an October, John F. Kennedy. The occasion marked the first time He continues to decide on but becomes in some respects himself.l be consulted bj anyone

1962 Instruction of Pope John. the wife of an incumbent President of the U.S. was received cases of conscience, his main more Important perform the Pope John repealed an ear without the permission of

) Ruling on PhotographsThis in papal audience. She was presented by Arch- function.He task the papal chamberlainswould lier requirement of excommunication the reigning Pontiff.A .

charged him with preventing bishop :Martin J. O'Connor (right), rector of the North Is the only Cardinal whoIs normally handle. for Cardinals who, with- Pope is elected for life, although -

any person from tak American College in Rome. entitled during the secret Papal chamberlains lose their out being prevented by reasonsof he may resign if he

ing photographs pf the Pontiffas conclave to receive letters titles with the Pope's death. health, do not meet to vote Cardinal Ottaiiani chooses.In .
he after he Cicognanl, former apostolic del- S Elect a chamberlain If However the title of rev after the bell announcing a
was dying or which are not first opened and very
producing a lightcolored theory malt Catholic -
to the United any
egate States. that Is
post vacant.
dead. Photos be tak- erend Monsignor is usually reconfirmed balloting has sounded for the
was may examined the
I Cardinals Called to Rome :Make arrangements to begin by secretary smoke and the signal that "a can be elected Pope. Shoulda
en of a deceased Pontiff for the college and custodians of by the new Pope. third time.
be he would
Word is then sent from the the conclave as soon as successor has been chosen.To layman chosen
reasons of proof or testimony, Vatican to all Cardinals to possible.Fix. the conclave.The Cardinals must enter into Late Pope Liberalized Rule hasten selection of a have to be ordained and then

but only with the Cardinalchamberlain's come to Rome for the conclaveto the day and manner ordinary faculties of conclave to elect a new Pope :Pope John also ruled that Pope, the Cardinals are cut consecrated as a Bishop. In

express permission elect a new Pope. for taking the Pope's body to the Roman congregations within 15 to 18 days after thePontiffs the conclave is ended by the off from the world. No one is practice, selection of a laymanIs

and only if the Pope is that Is, those which they death. election of a new Pope. allowed to enter or leave. unlikely.

dressed In the pontifical robes. The day after the Pope'sdeath St. Peter's basilica for the .............._ u___________.___________..... ..__...._.._ This time established by
those members of the final respects of the faithful. was He knew that after his own Fast Could be ImposedAfter
After verifying the death, Pius XI in 1922 decree
Pope a
College of Cardinals who are in Arrange for the nine funeral I many persons enteredthe three days, if unsuccessful -
the chamberlain officially notifies entitled "Cum Proxime. I St. Augustine
Rome begin to hold daily meet- Masses and determine the ; conclave area to extend balloting continues, the
the vicar general of Previously according to a
time for the first six congratulations and technically
ings called "preparatory con meetingsof amount of food supplied the
Rome who announces the 1904 ruling of Pope St. PiusX incurred excommunicationsince
grega Hons." the Cardinals. conclavists Is cut down. At one
demise to the of Rome. the conclave to start
was the conclave was not officially
What the Cardinals are to Designate who will give time, the Cardinals were forcedto
The vicar is Clemente Cardinal after the nine days given over ended until the follow MCDONALD'SREXALL
the eulogy for the dead Pope bread wine and
do in these meetings is detailed on only ,
Micara. to the funeral honors for a
for them In an apo and the exhortation for the ing day. water after five days, but this
The chamberlain then gives choosing of a new Pontiff. dead Pope.As Although Pope John demanded abolished long STORE
toile constitution written by ago.
A the number of Cardinalsin
orders for other notifications that the Cardinals in
Designate the for the When candidate has received
Pope Pins XII. It is entitled day a
to be mad The z parts of the world far distant conclave must turn in all of 47 King StreetST.
I "Vacantls Apostollcae Sedis"Of reception of the diplomaticcorps the required number of
from Rome increased
diplomatic corps, for example, ( the"aront ApostolicSee and the Knights of the i their writings, such as a per. votes, he is asked by the Cardinal -

is officially Informed by the ). Holy Sepulcher. f however, this meant that it sonal tally of the votes, the dean whether he will accept AUGUSTINEVA

Papal Secretary of State, an i was virtually impossible for ballots still will be burned.
election and what
act which is the secretary's last This directive says the Car- I Name committees of two them to get to Rome in time. by
or three Cardinals each for wk name he wishes to be known.
official job, because his office dinals must: : Thus, Pope Pius XI extendedthe 41687Budgeting
Since the time of John XII,
is not jurisdictional, but administrative Read the complete text of examining the needs 0 f the time to 15 days and gave t: -'
who died in 964 each Pope has
conclavists, for naming the !
.under the direction the constitution, after which the Cardinals authority to ex
.t of a living Pope. The sec- each Cardinal takes an oath to persons to be admitted to the I tend it to 18 days if necessary. I. taken a new name in Imitation
conclave, for constructing and of St. Peter's change of
retary is Amleto Cardinal abide by it. & Before entering the conclave .
sealing off the area of the Vat- name.If.
p the Cardinals attend
ican Palace which will be used the candidate accepts
the Mass of the Holy Ghost,
THIS BIO PLAZATHE for the conclave and for assigning celebrated by the dean of the election, the canopies over
cells. Cardinal Masella he seats of all Cardinals except -
Sacred College, Eugene Cardinal
VIRTUE S Examine.? andapprove appropriations -;: exorcise without having 'resource Tisserant. the Pope-elect are &oIl. i

are the 'virtues of bigness? What advantages are for the expensesof to a Pope-continue They hear a discourse on the lowered by the master of
offered to shoppers? the conclave. ceremonies.The .
Variety Many stores selling the same types! of merchandise during the interregnum.If election of a new Pope, usually
I wide selection of Read letters from heads of however should new Pope is escorted to
give the shopper an extremely a case given by the secretary of briefsto
price and models. state, reports from apostolic arise in which it is necessaryto princes. ;i adjacent room where he is

Economy Many stores: selling the same type of merchandise nuncios and all that may be of have recourse to a Pope and Each Cardinal may take two othed in papal garments, pre-

creates a very competitive situation resulting in interest in any way to the Col- which cannot be deferred, the persons with him into the con iously prepared in a variety

lower prices.! lege of Cardinals. Sacred College can declare the clave. They may be one clerical .f sizes. The Cardinals then ad- ?
Time Saving One-stop shopping.:: ance to their first horn-
Read such documents prefect of the Involved pay
Convenience large free parking facilities. Space for as congregation or.lay assistant, and a per.
4000 cars at Colonial Plaza. may have been left by the dead plus another Cardinal, sonal attendant. !'ge.

( More and Better Customer Service A competitive situ- Pope for the Cardinals. competent to take joint action. Aides to Cardinals SpecifiedIf Next, the new Pope confirms Use Our Low Cost

ation between Plaza merchants and in addition their combined Break the fisherman's ring Even such a move is provi- L or appoints the Cardinal
a Cardinal decides take __
to chamberlain, who on the
efforts to compete with other shopping areas resultsin puts Plan
excellent customer service.COLONIAL. and break the die for the of. sional, however for their de- only. one .Derson.n' _it_ must. be_ a Cardinal. _. .Mloara..a.-... Pope's finger the papal "fisher. Checking

PLAZAEast man's ring." You can keep an accu-
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( and save. This schedule contains the latest information n n_____ _from____ the___.-! nark1uA.NA -_,\ matic appearance of the senior and really keep to
MA8ARTKTOUX SARASOTA Cardinal deacon before people
St. Bernard APOPKl 8. 10 Sacred Heart GULFPORT 10:20 St. Mary 7. 9. 10:30MATPORT Incarnation I:30. '. 1:30. 11 gathered in St. Peter's Square your budget with our

High School Auditorium 10BAKEKSYILLB Holy Name 8. 3:30. 11. 11:19 St. John 9:30 Queen of Martyrs 7:30.: 1. 10:15. 11:30 and listening on radio and simple I checking acocunt

Cood Counsel I-JO IMINES CITY MELBOURNE St. Martha watching on television to an-
Transfiguration 9:30IIAWTUORMS Lady of Lourdes I. 9, 10, 11 I:15. I. 1. 10. 11:15. 12:15 sysfem.
BA STOW the of the
nounce name new
1:15. 10:15
St. Thomas a:30
: BIT PINES 10:30: St. Philip Nerl 10:30 St. Margaret IS SEMINOLE AREA Pope. The senior Cardinal is St. Augustine
(See SEMINOLE AREA) HIGH SPRINGS Blessed SacramentI. Alfredo Cardinal Ottaviani.
VA Center <::15, 1:41: St. Madeleine Sophie Barat I Queen NEW of Peace SMYRNA 7;BEACH JO. I. 10:11 lll. 18:11. 11:30 While the Catholic world rejoices National l Bank
St. Theresa I St. Jerome S. 10 Sacred Heart 7. 9, 11St St. Michael I. 10:30 the man who has guidedthe
Rita 10
St. Joseph' 7, 8. ';U. 11 Mission I OCA LA St. Edward 10 Safety-Service
Kth Av. Chapel I Blessed Trinity 7. 9:30, 11:30 regnum, the Cardinal chamber-
COVONIAU FVAIA/OKkANI% BRANDON Lady of Fatiroa 7:30. llll ORANGE PARE Blepsed Trinity .. t:JO. 11
Nativity f. :15.. 10:30 StMary I
: JACKSONVILLE Holy Family I. I:JO. 11
BROOKS VILLE Assumption 7. 1:30, 10. 11. 13 ORLANDO Immaculate Conception 9
I St. Anthony 7, 10 Blessed Trinity 7, 9. 11 Good Shepherd St. John 7. 1:30, 10. 11:30
\ BUN SELL Christ the King 7, 8, 9:1, 10:30, 12 St. Joseph 7. 8. 1:30. 11 I
1 St.
Stephen 9,30nUSHNELL 7, 8:30 10. U15, 12:30 St. Andrew St. Jude 7, 1:15, ':30. 11, 12:30
Crucifixion ,:30 <:30. 1. '::0, 11. 12:11 St Mary (:15. 1. 1. 10. 11. 12
; c St. Lawrence 1:30 Holy Rotary I. 8, 5:30. 11:30 St. Charles St. Paul

._........... .- CAlLAHAN Immaculate Conception T:30, I::0. 9:30 11, 12 :30.. 7:30. 9. 10:30. 11:41 -
Our Lady of Consolation I:JOrMP <:30, 8:30. 10, 12:10 St. James I, 7, 1. 9. 10, 11. 12 St. Raphael 7, I:JO. 10. 11:10 :
SAN PEDRO Most Holy Redeemer St. John Vlanney Transfiguration
Howell Rd. SCAN Normandy School 8, 10 7. 8. 9. 10. 11:15. 12:30 7:30. I, 10:15. 11:30
OVA BEACH Our Lady of Angel I. 7. 5. 11 McCoy Air Base 5. 10, 1%::0
Holy Name 1. 11:15 Paxon High I:SO Orlando Air Base TALLAHASSEE:
CIIULUOTASportsman's Resurrection 7:30. ':30, 12:30 Blessed Sacrament
Club T:30 Swisher Aud. 7:45. 10:30. 12 ORMOND BEACH 7. I. 10:30. 11:30
rr.KARWATER Sacred Heart I, 10, -11:15 St. Brendan 'J:10, 9, 18::0. ISPALATKA Student Center 10, 11:30
St. Cecelia I. 7. 1. :30.. 11. 11:11 St Matthew St. Eugene 11:30
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.A,x' .. v ,' 4".<.""h,'." ":, ', ;. ,.:v-.,s :.I'I I '\ .",- .. Patriotism of Americans Stirred Pope Maintained
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Throughout Crisis

ST. PETERSBURG the annual Memorial Day services in Calvary ")" in VATICAN CITXCPope)

St. Petersburg, Father Bernard F. Dittman, who gave the sermon, said: John XXIII smiled throughthe

"We warn future generations to defend religion and country even unto death. We pain of his year-long illness,

; v do this every year ,on Memorial Vatican Radio remarked in describing -
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I- ; ;. Day. It is a sacred his peace of soul In
and patriotic duty." crisis.

:9* ; More than 600( persons heard "Everybody, coming close to

: ; ;: Father Dittman pay tribute to him in audiences, searched his

__ the "deceased warriors ,of face to discern some symptom,
church and country." some twinge that might reveal

Father Dittman explainedthat J the cause, the nature of his In
this holiday should mean firmity.
much to us for we can make \ \
.,. "But his constant mile,
similar ,sacrifices.' Those who ,.. .
: the spontaneity and >Impliifly >
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died that live
we might Father r
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.' Dittman told the. crowd, made < .
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the of their
supreme sacrifice
; ". thoughts: the sense of trust
lives. "'
U ," ; \ and of Joy that :glowed from
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fxa him, Doomed to deny to all
t '" aid, every day i* ,)Memorial '
A. that he Miffcrinjc.
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: jfF < .,j ',; :of Clearwater Central Catholic with anguish. A name that

$t1 : : # High School. v t "" revealed to all the meaningand
...#,. .. "" .."" & worth of that
: .. .. '-A Father Edward Condren Celebrated .," ... the sublime
PINELLAs COUNTY CATHOLICS OBSERVE MEMORIAL ,DAY : : the :Mass for .our ,war ';)....'; ",r ,tfa'atC ttif amiability, of that affability,

I Memorial Day services were held last Friday at Calby Holy Faniily and St Patrick parishes'served,the"Mass, dead at"the St. Petersburg. cem ".""' "_" which many thought was just
vary Cemetery in St Petersburg. Altar boys from nearoffered for our war dead. 'etery. the result of a happy disposition -

Other Priests present In- and instead was virtue."

BEACH MEMORIAL Pinellas Park Over 750 Seniors Receive cluded Monsignor John P."Mo. PONTIFICATE SPENT FOR PEACE Editor Marks Jubilee
SACRED HEARTThe Nulty V.G., Monsignor John
CHAPEL J. :Mullins V.F., Father JamesF. "Pacem in Terris," his last encyclical, summed up the (-LKYKIjAXD (NO)-Father
et. P.teuborc B..cob "0-5111 Catholic Daughters of Diplomas at Bishop KennyBishop .! Gloekler, Father William Aloysius M. Fitzpatrick, for 34
director philosophy of Pope John XXm in regard to the need for ;years the editor of the Catholic
SEMINOLE BEACH America are forming a new G. Corry, of cemeteries -
Kenny High School in Jacksonville, graduated Father Edward J. Mulligan Universe Bulletin, newspaper
MEMORIAL CHAPEL court to cover Pinellas and surrounding peace; and ,nations' responsibility toward it. His death
et.5 Peterebllrl' SIt-un 156 students 87 boys and 69 girls on May ,27 in Father Roman S.:Gromala, of the Cleveland diocese,
area. A meeting will San Jose: Church. Those receiving their diplomas were: Father Timothy J. Allman, and followed soon after his last exhortation to the world to marked his 50th ordination anniversary

be held at Sacred Heart School, Paul Abbot, William Airey, Thayer, John Thompson Father James A. 'Foynes. find global peace. recently.
Thursday, June 13 at 7:30 ,
: p.m. Thomas Alexander, Richard 1
Stephen Toler, Frank Vitale,
All Catholic women of the area Anson, Michael Baker, David Father John A. O'Brien
drat 1-41 omaA. Michael Walsh, Michael Watts,
are invited to attend. Baldwin, Walter Bagley, Hugh White, Rodney Williamson : JOHN S. RHODES JR.
H. ('rail'-R.aclol L. Be.un Thomas Barnes, James Bazley.
Richard Wrigley, Victor Twins Take InstructionsDue
Ambulance, Service William Bellamy, Harold Zambetti. FUNERAL DIRECTOR

VA 4-1673 Largo Bray; Thomas Bre nan, Frank Nada Akel, Donna Angelieri,

ST. AUGUSTINE ST. PATRICK S Brennan, David Bowler, Mo- Mary Atkins, Barbara Batey, to Lad's Strong Faith 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055

desto Burgos, Gerald Castillo, Ginette Bizier, Theresa Boyle,

elected officers Angel Chavez, Peter Conlin, Patricia Brennan, Carol Bunn
Newly of the PHONE 877-7524
the Catholic
Ronald Cooley, Emilio Moran, Suzan Burns. ONE of the marks which ,distinguish I
St. Patrick's Mothers Club
Robert Costantino. from all other Churches is its marvelous
Maureen Cardiff, Ellen Cates
were honored recently at an Wherever find Catholic Church in union with A. P. BOZA CHAPEL
John Daly, Charles Datres, Dolores Cattar, Hope Clegg; unity. you a RIVERSIDE
installation dinner. MonsignorJohn Napoleon de Padua, Daniel Dillon Rosemary Conselice, Christine the See of Peter, you can be sure that it professes the 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE.

P. McNulty, pastor addressed William Evans Joseph Corcoran,.Mary Claire 'Dufrene,. same Faith and administers the same sacraments as your TAMPA 7, FLORIDA
ALMS the group. Mrs. Fred-
rick Schmidt, president of the Foy, Russell Gavron, Barry Cynthia Faust Felicia Fichera, own parish church.
Geraghty, Robert Ghioto, Michael Shirley Fromhart. Explain this unity to one of tory, where Father Robert J.
West Coast Deanery, was the
14tEEMORIALA4iaed installing officer. Goodbread, George Grif- Patricia Gremer, Frances your non-church-going friends Berghammer graciously agreedto FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

fen, Kenneth Gwaltney. Griffo, Margaret Goodbread, and you will find that it will instruct me. Joy came with

A. Dwy.a .froftJrM.tyl' The incoming officers are Richard Hamilton, Wilbur Barbara Haut, Carolyn, Head, kindle his interest in the Faith. BRADENTON SARASOTA

Mrs. Lynn Clarke, president; Hicks, Raul Hernandez, Michael Bonnie Hirepan, Catherine Once a person me.We were both deeply Impressed -

649 2nd Ave.So. Ph. 862-6503 Mrs., Richard Prince, vice- Himmelberg, Russell Johnson Maria Jordan., .-" begins, with k f by the Church's unity. Service For 61 Years

president; Mrs. Frank Carr, Jackson, Greg Jansen, Jeff Sharon Kaleel, Mary. .Kamp-. an open mind, =;,t Jesus always spoke of His

ST. PETERSBURG secretary; and :Mrs. Thomas Jansen, Michael Jordan. meier, Marie Kenna, Janet to investigate Church as one, not as many.

Kinstle, treasurer. Thomas Keane Kermit Kei- Koperski, Anne Kothman, Roberta the Catholic He referred to it as one fold, HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir

ter, Fred Koehn, Edward'Kuhn, Lasher, Marie Lauwaert, religion, he Is '
; one family, one city, one kingdom
Henry Lewis, Ray Leonardy, Catherine Lester, Irene Mas- already on his : He built it upon one Conditioned Chapel- Parking

KYLE-McLELLAN INC. Floyd Lee, Jose Ramirez, Ter- ters, Paulette Matalon, ,Gail way into the ;;. foundation, the rock, which is FOSTER E. HEATH, Funeral Director
rance Losonsky. McFall. fold.I Refer, AMBULANCE SERVICE
Peter. He appointed but one
FUNERAL DIRECTORS John Mahoney, George Ma- Mary Meagher, .Judy: Monell, him to books supreme pastor to 'rule, feed Lakeland, Florida Phone 682-0111 I r I ID '

17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLEEL nassa, Richard McCarthy, John Ann Morrow Carol Mussleh, that stress the! and guard His flock. On the

3-3966 Continuous Service Since 1856 McLaughlin, William McMe- Cecelia Nelson, Laura Nick, Church's unity fiery eve: of His passion\ He' '

namy, .Jorge Vinas, Martin Michaele Noble, Susan Norton, and show that it has the mark prayed: "Holy Father, keep in owns- or Funeral Home Inc.

Mickler, William Morgan, Mary O'Neill, Mary Ostertag. .l which has led many truth thy name those whom thou

George Newman. Sandra; Rice Mary Lou.Ra, :-. seekers to embrace the Catho- hast given me, that they may AMBULANCE SERVICEThe
/r fit Eo It V'ernoriatCAapeJ? ( JII : William Obi, Robert Ohle, meka, Anne Rusk Marriet, lic Faith. The result of discovering -be one even as we are" (John
Stephen Pettit, Michael Phelps, Sheppard, Lynn Skapyak, Sharron ,- the marvelous unity, 17:11): ) Finest Service Available Regardless of Your MeansT.

AMBULANCE SERVICE Robert Pyne, Patrick Regan, Smith, :Mary Ann Solomon, of the Catholic Church is illus- To make it ,clear that He in-
R. President D. W. L.F.D.
ST. PETERSBURG 4825-9th Ave. No. Ph. 343-012.1; ) Michael Rellihan, John Rich. Rose Stack, Martha 'Stanley. : trated in the conversion of Gay.,tended this unity not only for Downs Ford
CLEARWATER.LARGO AXD GULF BEACHES ardson, Andrew Riggsbee, Rob- Astrid Stevens, JoAnne Stich-. Mikulski of Milwaukee.
11390Alt.; 19 Ph. 391-0111 584-7611 His Apostles but also for the 1045 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg Phone 862-3609
ert Riley. way, Diane ,Sullivan. .Berna- Gay tell her story: countless multitudes who I

Mario Miqueli, Victor Salzer, dette Szabo, Eliana Silvestri. 'I was reared in the Evangelical -would in future ages believe in
James Sey, Charles Schell, Patricia Temprine, Barbara
Lutheran Church, and was Him, Jesus added:
GRIFFITH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME William Simpson, Philip Shad, Tyler, Grace Ubieta, Mary active in it, though my parents Vet not for these only doI BRETT FUNERAL HOME

AMBULANCE SERVICE James Snider. Wheeler, Doris Williams, Mary didn't attend. When I was 18, pray, but for those; also 345-0101 AMBULANCE SERVICEllSh
Wayne Tamargo, Patrick Wollmers, Betty Worley. our family moved to another who through their word are
BRADENTON -720 Manatee Ave. West
section of the city. My twin to believe' in me, that all maybe
ANNA MARIA ISLAND 6000 Marina Drive
Live Life with God Class sister, Joy, ,and I began to at- one, even as thou, Father,
tend'a church of the same denomination in me and I in thec" (John

in our new neigh- 17: 20-21). ,
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOMEPhone Of 63 Sf. Petersburg ToldST. borhood. We were chagrined to Such perfect unity is found, 4X11 Central Ave... St. Peter.b.rg
William T. T w r Th m J. Brett
847-3131 discover how it differed in among Christian churches, helle Owed and Operated

KISSIMMEE PETERSBURG Paul High School seniors, all faith and worship from the oply, in the Catholic Church. It

"OLDEST IX CENTRAL FLORIDA young women, were graduated here on June 2 in St. Paul former one. also, we perceived, existed for

Operating Under Same Name and Management Church. Monsignor John P. McNulty V.G., pastor in Largo, W> gradually loot interest about 15 centuries before non-
in and ceased to attend, for the Catholic denominations came Robert A. Fi\k It m. Jonrnlgan'
addressing them stressed that they had been carefully Funeral
educated. true Church must teach the into being. We were impressedalso Director Funeral Director
The 4. 'c,: v ti "Your desks were always un- earthlings. Yon are redeemed' same doctrines everywhere. by the sacraments, espe-
der About this time I began to cially the Holy Eucharist, con- fisk &
Bobbitt Funeral Chapel the Crucifix, said Monsignor children of God and heirs of fisdsfdl1t; Jo"rni9aH
____ __ McNulty. "Your halls always date Donald Mulligan and discovered -taining Christ Himself.
heaven. Live life
4400 66th Street Xo. led your that he is an ardent With grateful hearts Joy andI FUNERAL HonE
to God's
altar God."
Catholic. Don told received into Christ's Oxygen & Radio Equipped Ambulances
St. Petersburg, Fla.J. -jJTL Every day you used books and me many were
compasses and scientific .equipment Monsignor John J. MullinsV.G. things about his Faith and true Church and received our unnn

., pastor, presented the kindled'my Interest."I Eucharistic Lord.
FRED IsORIlITT Funeral Director felt the majesty of literature 107 Mass. Ave.
Phone 5.4.6636AMBLIANCE and thrilled to the historyof graduates of St.. ':Paul's to wouldn't change my Don and I were married at 0 ST. CLOUDWAIICWALSLLzcTwU0afl

SERVICE man's struggle to live on a Archbishop Joseph P. Hurleyfor" faith," he said, "for anythingor St. Cecilia's Church in Omaha, Phone 892-2155
tiny sphere that wobbles their diplomas. The school anybody." and Joy married Charles Hyde, A5J..

around a great star we call the taught'by'Sisters of St. Francis I decided to investigate It Marquette University graduate. -

sun." of Allegany New York., and called at St. Anne's rec I

Serving Eustis & Vicinity Since 1915 Hotr fortunate you were, -- F. H. Osgood Telephone

he said, blessed above eo
Funeral Director HE 5-2126
many ,others, for whilst yon
Zeller, !{ pondered' over' the books and

Hamlin marvelled at the world's mysteries

and glories, a 11th e Osgood Funeral Home
IfUJ L lliQJMJ! [ }: time yon were In intimate ,

and daily contact with Its wA xR .

: 326 ORANGE AVENUE...:.. EL 7-2636-7.4662 ,', Creator. .
"You graduate tonight he Park Blvd. & 48th St. No.
a;Y ry <
AMBULANCE SERVICE continued. "You will stand Pinelfai Park, Florid
here in June 1963 not as a

diplomaed ignoramus. But
as ____
those who possess; the Eternal NI' l _
Serving St. Petersburg Families For 40 Years Truth. Truly educated young SERVICING

JOHN S. RHODES Inc., Funeral Directors women." ---
Be good Catholics, the Priest
AMBULANCE SERVICE admonished them, and you will \' ; r

A be good citizens. He continued: s --...- .
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Love God truly and you will, 4Y. HALIFAX
love your neighbor. Cling to AREA

the Church and you will clingto '
; y 5f r SINCE 1916
Christ. And with Christ -
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t. h x 4. Rs man will ever take from ;you. BAG GET T M c I N T 0 S H. Inc.
r '"You have one life" he con.

cluded. "Just one chance toprepare I y FUNERAL HOMESW.

eternity. It's -----
your B. BAGGETT President
I ,
Winners of the St. School annual 'oratorical contest Manager
James were presented
Preserve the precious state of
Rhodes East Chapel. 4th St. & 7th Ave. North 862-5155
sanctifying grace at all cots. trophies on May 27 at Bishop Moore High School in Orlando. They are from the left, 736 S. BEACH 543 HALIFAX

Also. New Rhodes West Chapel, 900 49th. St. No. 347-4123 Even of jour life. Edward Dutko, prose; Garry Shideler, for an original essay, "Our Flag;" and Carol CL 23767DAYTONA CL 5-2576
; "Kcmrmber yon are not Goddard, poetry. Father Thomas F. Kelly (right) presented the awards. BEACH PORT ORANGE







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world) on the balcony outside St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. His election to r + ,

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ever held.. Above, the Holy Father prayed (July, 1962)) before the altar, at the Ba Ever solicitous for the troubled, Pope John XXm was known for surprise visitsto cember 6, 1959. The Holy Father received the great,- and

silica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, Rome, for the success of the General Council those so afflicted among his children. Here he tries to cheer a sick boy. the humble during his outstanding reign.

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I Brings Honor to ParishST. (Continued from Pig' OB) DEDICATION CEREMONIES IN ST. PETERSBURG I

Trainor and Monsignor John to Monsignor Meehan the
Beatification Refugee Aid .Fr. Serra Contest
F. Scully. Diocese and the church.
PETERSBURG-Over 12 years ago, the first :Mass in St. Jude parish was celebrated Also, Father Michael J. Bishop Murphy arrived Friday PHILADELPHIA (NC)The NEW YORK (XC)-A special SAX FRANCISCO (NO -

in the Admiral Farragut garage, St. Petersburg; and just last week after many Kelly, Father Edward Con- evening, May 31, at Tampa scheduled June 23 beatificationof telecast, "A Continuation of'rhe Spanish National Tourist

steps of progress in the life of St. Jude parish, the ,permanent Church of St. Jude was dren, Father Louis J. Benti- airport. He came here from Bishop John N. Neumann Faith," detailing the aid given I Office here has announced that

dedicated.The voglio, Father James C. Fahey, Mobile, where he visited Lim- C.SS.R., of Philadelphia has Cuban refugees by the Miami ;a trip to Spain will be offeredas
11 1951 first Another
February 200( seats avail.
parish are
completion and dedica Father Edward J. Mulligan been postponed. diocese is being presented June i first prize in a contest to
erick Priests and Sisters.
Mass in the Admiral Farra- able in the mothers'
tion of St. Jude Church terminated choir room balconies Father Timothy J. Allman, While in this Diocese he will Archbishop John J. Krol, Ina 9, from 10:30: to 11 a.m., EDT i select the best published article
and located
a goal 0 f Monsignor gut garage. on (parish assistant of St. Jude's); take the opportunity to visit statement announcing this on the CBS-TV network pro- 23 1951
James J. Median's the pastor, April for auditorium., groundbreaking making a total seat Father John P. Caulfield, Father Priests from Limerick and Sis decision of the Holy See, in- gram "Look Up and Live. :Father Junipero Serra O.F.M.

and his parish- ing capacity for 1688 persons. William A. Kelly, Father vited those who planned to go The telecast will include in- ;and his part in Western development -
ters. After leaving St Jude'she
October 7 1951 first Mass in ,
The of steel frame
building to in connection with terviews with Coleman '
ioners who the auditorium. Terrell F. Solano, Father William will go to Rockledge, where Europe Bishop
construction with the excep- the scheduled Rome F. Carroll of Miami
worked with A. Hochheim.Also ceremonyto .
the Sisters teach in the Schoolof
August 28, 195.1, groundbreaking tion of the dome which is
nevertheless continue their J. Fitzpatrick, director of
local architectsi Father Philip Bardeck
t. .
$ Mary's.Scholars
for school and convent.
n modifyingand formed with light weight reinforced -C.SS.R.;; Father Eugene Ban- plans. the Spanish Speaking Apos- ORLANDO
24 1954 first Massin
January ,
developx concrete.A Din S.J., Father Thomas Burke, Needed. The prelate said that since tolate, and Monsignor Bryan
ing the origInal : the present church. light colored clay brick Father John Duffy S.M.A., Father "hundreds of persons have 0. Walsh, Catholic Charities WINTER PARK
September 7, 1954, opening of has been used wall material RENSSELAER, Indiana
as a
designsent Alvin Manni S.D.B., Father completed all preparation and Director. 'l.hey will be Inter-
St. Jude's parochial school. (XC) -The apostolic delegatein
both the exterior and
on on awaiting the viewed Ralph Renick, news
to him by Joseph Korrman S.D.B. are departuredate by Complete Pest Control
the United States has said
Patrick J.Sheahan. And now, June 2, 1963 the the interior. Tinted or gray and Father John McGowan. it is unfeasible for director of WTVJ-TV, in the LEWIS- COBBEXTERMINATING
here that there is need for
dedication of St Jude Cath- glare-reducing glass was installed -: Parishioners from St Jude's them to change their plans." Catholic Spanish center. CO.
in all windows and win- "Catholics who are scholars in
KCSS, FRIAL, b1.gr. I..h.. ollc Church. filled their new church so that science." Incorporated 1)46ISJO
dow frames constructedso
architect and a close friend in The altar at St. Jude's, is are every pew was occupied.A Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzisaid I Wilfred Dr.-F.O. Box: t4
that ,stained ,glass can be Events .
Limerick Ireland. Monsignor the focal point, visible from dinner followed the dedica Coming Orlando It t.UOl
the in educationhas
easily added. The roof is cov- emphasis
Meehan came to St. Petersburgafter every seat. It is raised on a tion at which Monsignor Cloo- .
ered with a flat, shingle type shifted from humanities to Thl mlumo Hit future benefits uprrUl mAtlnt. and ....t. of merethan
presiding over Immacu- circular sanctuary surroundedby nan was master of ceremonies. local lat<<,red. Advance notice .( regular r.eeling..01 !>. milted.
late Conception Church in a circular Communion rail. clay tile. Monsignor Nolan and Monsi- science. He urged Catholic educators June 7.9. men's retreat, ATTARDREAL
'12-14 men's retreat
July ,
The church is completely
Jacksonville for 32 years. Every window of the church, gn(>Mullins spoke of the workof to "give to the young St. Joseph Academy, Loretto. St. Joseph Academy" Loretto.
air-conditioned using a chilled
The development of St. Jude directs its light on the altar Monsignor Meehan in Jack people what the' world, today June 7.9. men's retreat, St. ESTATE
water,system divided into four sonville and in St. Petersburg. July 12.1-1. women's re
and over the altar is a dome, requires. We must give them Leo." REALTORBUILDERcomplete
parish can be traced as follows zones for maximum operating Monsignor Meehan then acknowledged : treat St. Joseph Academy,
bringing light from above. A excellence." Dessert card party June service
real estate
economy. their and St.
: praise Augustine.
cross penetrates the sky from 8, 1230 p.m.. TransfigurationChurch
Lighting is both direct and thanked everybody who helped Archbishop Vagnozzi spoke 3013 EDGEWATER; ; DRIVE
the dome. social hall, St. Petersburg July 16-18 women's re
Indirect and special fixtures make the day a success he dedicated ORLANDOGA
ORLANDO espe- as a new faculty
Women's Guild treat Holy Same Academy,
The design of St. Jude's ; .spon 4-2788 311 7-6364
Church can be traced to the had been designed just!! for cially Bishop Murphy, long his residence at St. Joseph's College sor. San Antonio.
WINTER PARKJIM this building. friend.
Byzantine period of the Eastern ') a n'd offered a Pontifical June Fest, Blessed Trinity July 19-21, men's retreat,
Roman Empire.Its 'The'completed Church is;one This was Bishop Murphy-- Mass of thanksgiving. The Men's Club Saturday, June 8, St. Leo; -
BLAKEOFFICE of the Diocese's largest and is first trip to the U.S., and he i 8 Anchorage Club of
plan is that of a Latin ceremonies marked the start p.m. July 2C-28, women's! re.
SUPPLYFURNITURE located in St. Petersburg at aid he was most impressed. Maximo Moorings St. Peters
Cross with the four principal treat Holy Name .Academy,
of year-long observance of
Fifth Avenue North and He commented on the beautyof burg.
elements focusing to a circular San Antonio.
Tyrone Boulevard. St. Jude's and gave praiseso the school's diamond jubilee. .
OFFICE SUPPLIES sanctuary 56 feet in diameter, Santa Fe Catholic HighSchool July 26-28, men's retreat,

311 7-2652 within which is located the Boosters Club annual ,
St. Leo.
658 ORANGE: A\YE.. W.P. high altar raised seven steps Note of Hppe in Johns Pontificate dance Saturday<< June 8, RACKSWrite
above the main floor. Lakeland' Civic Center." "

The circular sanctuary is Dance, June 8, Treasure Sanford Sewing,Center for Free Catalog

Herman J. Heidrich crowned with a dome rising G2 Unity Motif 'That All May Be OneWhy Island auditorium Dick Sales & Service CHICK MOlAWITH

& Sons feet above it. The dome is Crockett band; benefit" ,St. 104 S. Park Ave. Sanford 'MONICA Ab stuarJ
Grower mod l Shippers pierced with rose-tinted win- (X.C.AV.C. News Service) many souls aspire i n all name of Christian, so may they Jude School, St. Petersburg. Phone FA 2-9111 PiJl2133 Fast ROBINSON

or Turner Fruit and VrteUbltiDINKKK dows casting light to the altar John XXIII in the parts of the earth." finally come to true unity un- Dessert card party, June W OtlANOO.FIA.

BRAND PRODUCTS below. On the exterior, the POPE of his pontificate accomplished That he believed the move der the guidance of the one 13, Christ the King clubhouse

dome 'is covered w i t h*gold- more than any toward Christian unity to be 'a Pastor." Jacksonville, St. Jude

colored aluminum, and rising other Pope in modern historyin gradual process was indicatedin Explaining the various circle, women's Guild, spon FURNITURE

"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 25 feet above the dome is a the cause of Christian re a letter Pope John addressedto phases and objectives of the sor. 10,000 ft. of Display

COLLEGE PARK finial and cross, gold colored union. Priests of the Venice area Second Vatican Council, Pope June 14-16 men's retreat, sq.

also.The The day after his election to in April, 1939.: In mapping the John in an address deliveredin St. Leo. COLONIAL AGE STORETruly

FLORISTFLOWERS nave of the church is the papacy in his first radio path to unity particularly for St. Peter's basilica on June June 18210 DI t'n's re the finest collection of Early American Furniturein

BY WIRE approximately 120 feet long, broadcast to the world, on October the Christians of the East, he 5, I960, called two Eastern Fathers treat Academy of Holy Central Florida

2120 Edgewater-GA 3-5771 and when combined with the 29, 1938, Pope John ex- expressed the hope for "first, a St. John Chrysostom and Names Tampa. E-Z TERMS -Trade ins
Orlando Nite GA 2-0894 two transcepts, a total of 1488 pressed his concern for the step closer then a step still St. Gregory Nazianzen '1.h e June 21-23, women's retreat "
seats is provided. authoritative voices "A little out of the way, but so much less to pay.
separated brethren. closer, and finally the perfect two most St. Joseph Academy, St. Augustine. -

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ORANGE COUNTY Our heart to all those brothers with the ancient common and to intercede for the returnof June 21-23, men's retreat, 3610 S. Orange Ave. GA 2.6360
Mother (the Chui of the churches of the Orientto St. Leo.
who are separated from this open 9 to 9 except Saturday 5RlYitl,4ys
.; BERG VAULT Co. Apostolic See, where Peter Rome)." the embrace 0 f the .one, June 28-30, men's retreat,

SINCE 1946-AIR SEALED himself lives In his successors Speaking to a group of Ital- holy, catholic and apostolic St. Leo.

l 4 REINFORCED CONCRETE eten unto the consummation ian Catholic Action leaders at Church." June 28-30, women's retreat

BURIAL VAULTSWHEN of the world (Matt. his summer villa at Castelgan- The following year, in his Holy' Xame Academy, San

28, 20)). We eagerly desire dolfo in August, 1959, Pope encyclical "Aeterna Dei Sa- Antonio.

ONLY THE FINEST IS GOOD ENOUGH their return to the house of John stated that he planned to pientia," dated November 11, July 5-7, women's! retreat

the common Father." work for the revitalization and 1961, and issued to commem- Holy Xame Academy, San r
To Be IT
SureREQUESTAL In his first Christmas mes- strengthening of the Catholic orate the 15th centenary of the Antonio. b .

MUSZYNSKI JR.. Owner- Member St. James sage to the world on December Church so that its truth will death of Pope St. Leo the July 5-7, men's" retreat St.

23, 19.)8, Pope John pleaded for be easily recognizable by Ortho- Great, Pope John again invitedall Leo.

efforts toward peace by men of dox and Protestant Christians.The separated Christian bodies July 1:-14, men's retreat,

good will and called for Chris- Pontiff said: back to unity and noted "the St. Leo.

tian unity in the face of ill will. "To all other people separated generous and growing efforts July J -women's" ,, retreat,
the tenth of the month interest
Savings deposited by earn
One month later, in an address from us Orthodox, made in various parts of the Holy Name Academy San

from the first of the monthlr given on January 25, 1939, Protestants and othersWeshall world for that purpose." \

in which he first announcedhis say: 'Behold, brothers,
"We pray He may give to
intention of convoking an this is! the Church of Christ. all Christians the grace to nlonlo.telwtes

ttttt ecumenical council, Pope John We have striven to be faithful recognize the mark of His
issued "a renewed invitation to to her, to pray to the f

the faithful of the separated Ix>rd for the grace that she, true become" Church its devout that.thf'f children.may ,vork NON-C A R BONA T ED *, t '' f

communities that follow mar always remain an He r

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jour ancient" fathers" ** Council he appointed a special

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I- : j nIF 'ri a q 4r+ f1Y.: ; 'y "1 Melbourne Youth

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; Jl j tr' MELBOURNE When Gordon Cooper lifted off pad
: ; p ; :, .. ; l I 14 in his his tracked and moni-
if 1" ., tJ, ) i space capsule, flight was
)r" .. ,' :
} } i world-wide also
;"" "f ,JLi'I ; tored not. only by a network system but
; ;
:= % '!t :<:' 'V" 'M;;;",'"!' by,& much, ,smaller system built and manned by studentsof

'. jk" ; l jl'i. [ J I ,r. ; : j: \\p I \ ,- i ( : "f: :" ,1.-5i' ; J Florida.nine schools of Central .nlalul"d their Tarlonj duties.-

{ \ addressed the students
.. .I'_ -:1 Mr. Bailey :
: '
J: ) ; ;: ; : :,I : M This project had its head and about 50 militaryand
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jT'I' ,;;; ) ; l: { !; l \ :;:> quarters at Cape Colony 'Inn civilian Icad rsYho

r "I "" hf t '. and consisted of a nine console were in part responsible for
I "Ir' II..dIk"ifi4 board which cdil&ted and the progress made by the

displayed data from a systemof students.He .

radar, tracking guns, closed- praised not only the boys

loop TV systems, and other and girls for their scientific

electronic gear turned over to |efforts, but he also commendedall
these missile trackers
teenage their
who had contributed
by the Florida Development
time and labor toward this
Commission, NASA, the U.S.
: \ o\\., ;" ; 'it. Air Force, General Dynamics noted experience In science
< .' I.jftf. ,. t, ..i ."h ; ..j ; JK1\\- .
.: ; i #. ; f for the students of
,,, 'DJt: 1\\\ :"' ; \ Astronautics, Instrument Corporation -;provided
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,. ,'; '. ", 1 !ff t''Irf', "' ; I of Florida, Southern i the community.

', 0'. Bell Telephone and RadiationInc.
c' ,
., through the efforts of '

"" Donald E. Heintzelman, plan ORLANDORAY
and officer to the
I, ._ .. ._ 1963 Graduating Claw, of, Biihop Barry High School, St. Petersburg deputy chief of staff at the Air

m viiLfiouujj Joseph X. Harley > Fortier, Raymond larnng.. -- ---..... ._-.. '> .._ Force Missile Center.
J.ff": ;" w
presented diplomas to 49 ton Jr., John Kenny, Carlos World1 r. : MEARS
Show :
young men from Bishop Ason, Stephen JlcGrath h"..'.,:.::' i' '.:,. :. .:': } ., -<.{ :::. ? >>,r \ :. >' ,,Vv'l'I Central Catholic High I JEWELERS
i Barry High School on May John Walsh, and Hector .:..: : .1'. ", :; ': ;' } '' : ; n."" .. School of Melbourne was and OperatedT. DT
-. ., ocallr Owned.
31 at St. Mary Church in St. Jr.Second Faith Men ", ",: t.. ;' T 3 "> .T' q A' "" '<'
Qaesada ;: \. > :: ': ,: v ,,:< 1 represented bjr James Dads r. A 8U8.NURSE; \
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Petersburg. ; '
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row: Michael Mo .<< Y ,:; who operated the C Band SI Yean la Jewelry DatUeitOP

Father Brendan Lawlor. Keever, Douglas Sager, Of Barry Told .. ;';" ,, ".to. d t.'Vfd?:.."."'. "is<< ..' .. I, ; S; radar under the direction of
president of the school ; : -.J..7. "
presented Jamea Miner Charles Acker | r.' t _
the Father *, ., ; ; : # ,:...\" "t ,f., '. ",' Doug Price, R.C.A. engineer,
graduates. Jr., Richard < 't' ., "i IMP
gerg : ;$' E
Gentry, .
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John B O'Hare gave the ad. Harold: Pontiff, Michael ST. PETERSBURG-As ...1.i .. t'{ ... '"\ >'" lit,' ..'. ..,>.; Thomas McGahee acted as ;
.J. ,
at the other graduations he / >< 'f'N". ; j ;
dress. Marckese Jr. : :, t antenna guider for C Band.
Samuel Dente t. .q. / ." .. _
attended during last week, j .;., t ., '
Members of the graduating Jr., James Brand and Roy x. : \ it Kathleen
Archbishop Joseph P. Hur- Michael Burns ,
class from the left Stokes Jr.Third :< 11" r
were ley has spoke words of en- j rT'. I Maxfield, Victoria Reid, and
first! row? George Ballo, Paul row: Michael Stack -. : BUYING A
couragement to 1963 senior ':... 4 Margaret were
Carry Donald Myers, Paul Robert Burford, Ronald classes in St. Petersburg. ',./ ;; >.',"< : stationed at the events console DIAMOND! !

Arnold, Michael Mahagan, He urged young people to r, which stated the progress of

ORLANDO James 3IogaInlckl, Michael go on to higher education. j y .. -,. the missile through phases of
McElmurry, Daniel Ate r, We need more rather than Ljti, its launching. William Deese,
WINTER PARK James Milton, Raymond MoCeehan .. x of
student at Our Lady
less Catholic education in '- a Carat weight
and William DorneyJr. :: 3 School manned the
Lourdes ,
this age of discovery and in- ; f 7-; x. '
FAIRVIEW vention, he said. Especially, \ control station.At Cuffing

Fourth row: Edward we need more rather than j o bx l the dry run on the day
Cleaners & Laundry Duval, David Hoyle, Dennis fewer Priests and Sisters to j the '3.Clarify
before flight, many
Featuring Cafaro, Dennis Callan, John lead others onward and up-
Dependable Fabric Care Sheehan, Paul G e a s are. ward in life's essential quest officials were invited to the Color

4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando Joseph Ellis, James Fanli, which is the search for God. ; Inn to view the scientific work I

Thomas Prinz, and Walter He presided a t the Barry t'a '# done by the youth under the 5.Confidencein
: ay"
r ay 7G '
Six t. .....
Danker Jr. .
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High School graduation on May \ direction of Mr. Heintzelman.

Gary's Duck Inn Fifth row: Ralph Rountree 31 in St. Mary Church when ; w ,.<<.t\. ., *, Superintendent of State your jeweler

II, Roger Jackson, Gary Father John B. O'Hare of Titus- ; e ,y Y 4 f y D. flew ..... A wealth oftl
GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE Schools Thomas Bailey .
Dznres John vine the \. ?; i/ x splendid
John Motyka, gave commencement ... di
in from Tallahassee. : ; brilliant
.J. :
Cotter, Daniel Kenny, address. ;
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?r After the students had ex- l $100oo
Thomas Schiereck, Gerald Father O'Hare asked: j >> vVISITORS : '' I > rr<
GA 4-4531 1. '
Fink, and Kenneth Luck ;, ''':' Easy Ttrms
3974 So. Or. BI. Trail ham. Can Catholics escape the pernicious j ; \.:.,; .... ( ,.;.
influence of an age saturated __ ,. t WALTER MENGES
X' .t. Phone GA 2.3652
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with unbelief, where U'f"'I:: -'> "';"" Clothier To Men

RUBY'S FABRICS morality is determined by pop AT JUNIOR TRACKING STATIONAt The Finest In Men's Wear IHI

ular vote and by the so-called the junior tracking station for Gordon Cooper's orbital flight were, from the 206 N. ORANGE AVE.

FABRICS and PATTERNS emergencies and exigencies of left, Father Felix Banos of Our Lady of Lourdes parish; Mother Marguerite O.S.F., Across From St. James 14 N. Orange AveWATKiEI

UNIFORM HEADQUARTERSFor explosive socio-economic condi" principal of Melbourne Central Catholic High School; and one of her students, Thomas J ,

Girls of Bishop Moore High School tions? :McGahee. Perry West, right, is a Cocoa high school student. Seated are John Gar-
He told the of 1963 denour
graduates and State Superintendent of Education Thomas D. Bailey. The station was
947 SO. ORANGE AYE.- PH. GA. 5-4429 that the Church and their ancestors
manned by students of Cape Canaveral area schools at'the Cape Colony Inn, Cocoa
have withstood persecution Beach.
from its inception.

MARYLAND FRIED CHICKENCOMPLETE "Now," he said, it is your Joe Williams LakelandSANTA PAINT WAll PAPER

turn to the torch of

Individual l Fried Chicken Dinner $ 1.00 Faith aloft, burning brightly, Record-breaking Crowds The Santa Fe High School

BO that its dazzling glare will Boosters Club will hold its first

Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95 penetrate all avenues of Attracted to IndianapolisIN annual dance on Saturday, I! Patio Mart Inc.

Fish Dinner $1.00 darkness! and despair. 'Let June 8, at the Lakeland Civic \ '\' \t\; .,
Shrimp Dinner $1.15 your light Rhine before terms of attendance, box office and concession rev- Center. \ \ HY. 17.92 TE 8.2018

nlu sum NOW 6 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU men." the Indianapolis 500 is by far the biggest one-day The organization was FERN PARK
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2740 S. Orange BL Tr., Orlando CH M222 When your eyes have been sports show in the world. the promotion of scholasticand ENJOY LIFE IN A QUALITY HAMMOCK

Silver Star & Pine Hills Rd. CY 3-0202 opened to the vision of God, For openers, it's twice as big as the Kentucky Derby.It athletic activities at the Large selection Including "Original Pawleys Uland"
Edgewater & Lee Rd. 293-0839 he said, certainly outdraws the hammocks
as yours Army-Navy football game new school, Father Henry J. hand woven rope
Lake Barton Rd. & E. Colonial 277-6210 have been by virtue of the more than 2 to 1. Including two qualifying Miron, president of the school, COMPLETE LINE CASUAL FURNITURE
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splendid Catholic educationthat days this year's crowd total will exceed by has said.

you have been privilegedto 100,000 the the
over 376,864
seven-game Tickets are three dollars
have, you must walk in the ... per
Yankees-Giants World Series drew last
couple. Reservations be
light of that vision. McKINNON
steady i fall. In Tex Rickard's day the milliondollar made by calling MU 6-6622 or THOMSON &
Otherwise, you will be following
Rivenrintyouneeua gate was a phenomenon. For the past MU 8-1041.
wandering fires, he said. IN ORLANDO SINCE 1924
dozen years it has been routine at the

Father Brendan Lawlor, I Derby. Yet anything less than a $2 million JacksonvilleBeach Member New York Stock Exchangeand
president of Bishop Barry High for the 500 would Hul- '
gate plunge Tony
securitY School, presented the graduatesto other principal exchanges
for the Archbishop for their di man (Yale 24)) into economic gloom. The
plomas. 500 doesn't make public its business figures. Neither does ST. PAUL CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2-7.183 J

the Derby-the only two major sports promotions in this Mary Ellen Bordenca, daughter -
A DEFINITE PLAN IS IMPORTANT TO country that don't. of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Bor

YOU IN BUILDING YOUR FAMILY'S But there are ways to get a ies." the phone voice correct. denca, Is among 24 Trinity

FUTURE SECURITY.You Children'sClothes reasonable line on such mat, heavily ed. "Naturally from adjacent, we states.draw College students taking part ST. CHARLES PARISHIONERS! !
ters and the annual estimates in the college's study-travel

this with the FAMILY Line don't miss by much. "But California and Texas are program this summer. We Have Resumed Our Home Delivery Routes!

can get plan new Finest in ClothingFor For instance, we mentally well represented, too. On the The students, all members of

SECURANCE SERVICE. It organizes all your life, Girls & Boys question the statement that whole, the crowd Is nationalin the French language class, will Farm Fresh Milk From Our Own Prize Winning

health auto, home, and personal property protec ff/ K4few.tr Dr. OA 4-711S "more than 200,000" had paidto character." spend 11 weeks in Europe

tion into one sound, well-planned program. All see the pole day trials Saturday under the program. Study will _
through one man, one program, one organization.For a week ago; accordinglywe It was an old question but be at the Institut d'etudes JERSEY COWS

full details, at no obligation, call me: checked with Hulman by we had yet to try it on the francaises of the Universitiesof Phone CY 5-0320 or CY 5-2129 'I
BILL BARDOEFORD phone "It was not an extravagant -first teen-age pole vaulter Bordeaux and Toulouse at
(Lawrenceville to hit 122. .
W. J. BUNING estimate," the gen- ) JERSEY JUG DAIRY

212 E. Robinson St., Orlando, Florida FACTORY DEALER tleman assured. "What is the compulsive crowd Pau.Travel during the summer

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many people seem to
NEW CAR DEAL spectacle, macabre spector of visits to other European
realize the immensity of the death?"
500 operation.Did points of Interest. ORLAXDO'S NEWEST and FINEST
Ph. "I wouldn't attempt to pinpoint Orf tfi.. slwrts .(-b.ivtifwlUka I
W. you know the seating the appeal," said the
produce greater and greater EaU .rIeo1L.. the
i | M SUV* A M C C 6S6-33331 capacity (doubled since Hul voice. "Very likely It's a combination speed. DIu.wt Cuttuial feulltlla.o .
man bought out Cap'n Eddie of all these. Obviously,
Notwithstanding a foreign
st. RIckenbacker in '45)) is 150,000 where there is danger, there is
threat which Hulman concededhad
Or more than twice that of the interest.
itfonirfd Mutual l InsurwK Company JUtlonwUt Mutual[Fire\ Innriae C *pM7 Just as obviously, to be "taken very seriously -
Nationwide lift IhturiKi Company Nome 0/fitti CMumtus" eau" Yale Bowl in which Hulman there is danger here. "
Refus ParnelU Jones of
played varsity footbalL (Ed note: Over the years, Torrance, California, who has
The 500 Is probably the more than 50 fatalities.) been averaging 150 mph over

world's only sports promotionthat "Yet fierce competition at the 2.5 mile oval, the solid FRANK E. FtYNN, Mgr.
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said Hulman over the phone. 1911 at 74 miles per hour. Last

Financing "Most of our regulars renew -year Roger Ward's winning ( FEDERALSAVINGS a
from year to year." average was 140293 mph. This
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WpWinter. came from. Was the appeal just to start. rtte
loan association WE TRY TO BE THE FRIENDLIEST.
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Page Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 1, 1963 ,

John XXIII Caught Mind .


Of World with Council .. -r- amj'ly;

HISTORY will remember the reign of Pope John XXm n f wyr"r Kept VigilBy

decision to convoke the Second Vatican Coun- "
cit '

The Pontiff decided to call Catholic universities and of r % James C. O'Xelll

the first ecumenical council In ecclesiastical faculties. 1j VATICAN CITY (XQ)- paT

nearly century and the 21st "This work of consultationwas ;: Close by the deathbed of Pope w : -

in church history within three carried out within a year John XXIII were four aged t.

months after his election as and there emerged clearly tc' ,> Italian country people who 1A
Pope. from this the points that had ,, /t._:. : were oblivious of the parade of tiia

Daring his! observance of to be submitted to a thorough ;7Ji" Princes of the C h u r c h who

the Feast of the Conversion study. came to pray and say farewellto
St. Paul "We then instituted the dif- their brother Angelo.
of January :s. 1959,
he made the announcementof ferent preparatory organiza- For the Pope's three brothersand
tions to which We entrustedthe
his intention.His his sister. as well as for
arduous task of drawingup
decision startled mem- various nieces and nephews
the doctrinal and disciplinary .
bers of the Church throughoutthe ... the four-day vigil was the long-

world and was of intense projects, among which We k ,".. est time they had been with ,>, :
will choose those we intend to p// .,: 'IM'''''' '''' : ; '
"- \
interest i< '
other Christians
to their brother since ,
;: '*
} "
submit to the counciL" #tt i '1
; ,
to many non-Christians. ; '<2 .. 1958 when he was ;
Called to consider the many Marian Date Chosen .... } ;' The Roncalli : > : ,
the date R' .....' .
challenges facing the Church selecting opening t'
Zayerio, 80; Alfredo, :
Its opening session on October of October 11, the feast of the ;I r: Nfi.. Giuseppe, 69-and the '"\,.i....: f, :':.
11, 1962. brought to Rome near Divine Maternity of Mary the sister, Assnnta, 65, $ ;

ly 2500 Cardinals Archbishops Pope stated: ...s\... to Rome from ,
Bishops Abbots and other "We have especially chosen last Friday .; ii,I""t'
: '
council Fathers in what was this date because it links us reached the papal i ".. "'." \: :

the most representative world- with the memory of the great .. only to find Pope ..o< .

wide gathering of Church lead- Council of Ephesus which was BISHOP 1lURPIIYVELCO IED TO WEST COAST conscious.At .

ers in history. of extreme importance"in the Bishop Henry Murphy, of Limerick, Ireland, '(second from left) is greeted upon that time few by the
of the Church.
Bull of 1961 Called CouncilOn history The decisions of that council his arrival at the Tampa airport by, from the left, :Monsignor John McNulty, V.G., him to regain fur-
Christmas, 1961 the papal James :Meehan. : for But he suddenly
in 431 upheld belief in the Father Timothy Allman, and :Monsignor Bishop Murphy came occasions.
bull "Humanae Salutis," offi- Virgin Mary as Mother of God. the dedication of St. Jude Church in St. Petersburg last Sunday. his coma. use after &
cially convoked the Second For him and for !
Pope John said his main
Vatican Ecumenical Council. a deeply moving s

However, the actual open hopes Second for Vatican the results Council of the are Encyclicals Applying Moral NormsTo happy period as he b
them with
Ing date was not set until "that the Church
principally ,
announced by Pope John in Spouse of Christ, may Ills/ Termed Great ted with them dialect in
Bergamesque ,
a "motu proprio" of February strengthen still more her divine Contemporary
braced them.
2, 1962. energies and extend her ( ) John XXIII
As early as June, 1960 he had beneficial influence in I5tillreatf' N.C.W.C. News Service The beginning of Vatican
found the three
appointed a dozen preparatory '' measure to the minds Two significant papal pronouncements of modern tunes-Mater et Magistra and their farmhouse at : the press

commissions and three secretariats of men.** Pacem in Terris-dealing with Christian social principles and their contemporary application .
Monte, the ancestral ,
to lay the groundworkfor He expressed the "hope that head the list of eight encyclicals issued by Pope John XXIII. home near Bergamo, es-

the council Archbishop all people-especially those The most recent of these, Pacem in Terris is still being studied all over the sister was at her win elapse

Pericle Felici served as general whom we !so sorrowfully see world, for it was issued only recently to the hierarchy, clergy and faithful of the Cath- tre San Giovanni, : of one Pope
secretary of the council's Cen- suffering because of misfortunes coronation
olic Church and "to all Andrea
men Monsignor
tral Preparatory Commission.In discords and mournful ? the order established by XXIII, in a 1400-word encyc-
his bull of convocation, conflicts-turning their eyes of good will. God." lical urged the faithful to revAll editor of a inform Catholic remembered
the first to
Pope John reviewed "the com more trustfully toward Christ important documents, Another great encyclical by cite the rosary during the of a new
plex and delicate work of prep- -may finally achieve true Pope John's encyclicals dealt Pope John is Mater et Magistra. month of October for five spe- grave turn in the crowded and

aration," which he said was peace in respect for mutual with a variety of subjects It was greeted also with cial intentions. Titled Grata They enplaned tremendous

"supported by heavenly help." rights and duties." Christian unity and the founda- high praise by labor, civic and Recordatio (Grateful Memory), early evening flight himself
also included
"Before deciding the ques- To seek ways and means of tions of peace; the centenary of religious leaders throughoutthe it appealed for prayers for the which business of
Christians the death of St. John Vianney world.In guidance of the Pontiff for passengers Giovanni
tions that had to be studied in promoting unity among -
view of the forthcoming council who have been sep- the cure of Ars, model for it the Pope reviewed missionaries and apostolicworks Montini, Archbishop it will be

," he wrote "We wished to arated for hundreds of years Priests; the recitation of the Christian principles regardingthe for peace and concord and a longtime friend to move to

hear beforehand the wise and by differences of many kinds rosary for the critical needs of social-economic order as among nations for the successof John. e c a use of
enlightened opinions of the was one of the tasks discussedin the Church; the missions and contained in the writings of the Roman Synod and for An airplane hostess heat and

College of Cardinals, 0 f the the preparatory work of the their need for native Priests; his predecessors, Leo XIII success of the ecumenical coun- although it was the month

episcopate of the whole world, present council and nonCatholic the 15th centenary of the Pius XI and Pius XII. cil. experience for all offices.

of the sacred congregations of groups were invited to death of Pope St. Leo the He stressed especially the A month later, November 28, Pope's closest to indicate

the Roman Curia, of the gen send observers as was also great; the practice of penance; needs of the underdevelopednations 1959, Pope John issued his en- showed no fear. of the

eral superiors of orders and done in the first Vatican Council and the social teachings of the the 'agricultural econ- cyclical Princeps PastorumThe In Rome they Miami'l reopening"
to the Vatican palace
religious congregations of 186970.SCHOOLS. Church. omy, population problems, the ( Prince of Shepherds) to )' expected.
The encyclical, Pacem In rights and duties of the individual commemorate the 40th anniversary mobile. There they on the
Terris, bears the date of Holy and called for reconstruc- of Pope Benedict XV's Pope but the
Thursday, April 11,"1963. In it, tion of the social relationships apostolic letter on the missions papal bedroom on these circum,

Pope John deals with order- through the application of (Maximum Illud). floor where their events of the

in the universe, in human be- Christian principles and apos- The 9000-MOrd(}) document unconscious.Then greatly at
ROSARIAN ACADEMY ings. He divided it into five tolic action by lay persons.In throughout the council
stressed the need for recruiting mainder of the vigil,
shores beautiful parts, the first of which covers 1959, Pope John issued ''
Resident and day school for girls on of and training native remained at the '
Lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. New order between men, rights four encyclical letters within Priests and lay persons for be close! to their

buildings. All sports, music, art, dramatics. Directed by economic and political; and five months. the spread of the Faith in lug his last days of
Sisters of St. Dominic. For. catalog address: Registrar, duties. His first, on June 29, was entitled mission
ROSARIAN ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACH Part II considered the relations : Ad Petri Cathedram With them were
I Pope John issued another nephew, Monsignor
between individuals and (Near the Chair of Peter). This
for Christian In tista Roncalli A
_ I appeal unity -
the public authorities within a 12,000-word document was a
his encyclical: Aeterna Dei Priest whom the
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident single state; part III, the relations direct appeal to the separated Sapientia (The Eternal Wisdom Monsignor only last
between states; part IV Christians to reunite with the
and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully of God), on November 11, two nieces who are
the relationship of and of
and men Catholic Church.It .
accredited. Program includes: college preparatory general 1961. Written to commemoratethe
and Conducted by Sisters of the Holy political communities with the also sounded a warningof
courses, music, art sports. 15th centenary of the deathof !
Florida. world community.In the universal devastationthat Cardinal
Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa, Pope St. Leo the Great, it
Part V, he placed his pas- would result from nuclear NEW YORK (NO
paid tribute to a Pope who di-
toral exhortations. It in
was war. rected one of the earlier gen- story of the late !
SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAINT this section of the latest encyclical Pope John's second encyc eral councils of the Church Cardinal Stepinac, :

AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA that Pope John said: kcal dated August 1, 1959 and (Council of Chalcedon, 451)). Yugoslavia, will be
Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12 "There is an immense task containing 9000 words, was en- tized on a national
Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited incumbent on all men of good titled Sacerdotil Nostri Pri- His seventh encyclical, dated program June 30.

Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor will, namely, the task of restoring mordia-From( the Beginningof July 1, 1962 was entitled: "The Stepinac

further particulars address: Sister Directress the relations of the Our Priesthood). Paenitentiam Agere (To Do be presented on t h

human family in truth, injustice It commemorated the cente- Penance) and contained 3300 Up and Live"

in love and in freedom nary of the death of St. John words. In it he urged t h eworld's cast from 10 pro to
SAINT This is a most exalted Vianney the cure of Ars and Catholics to practice (EDT) on the Co I
BEACH task, for it is the task of patron of parish Priests.On penance in preparation for the Broadcasting S 8 .
Resident and day school for girls-grades one through six. bringing about true peace in September 26, 1959, John ecumenical council. work. The )
Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swim- program in
ming pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art, presented by
dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint Council Opening tion with the USE

Joseph. For further information apply to: Sister Directreu, cil of Catholic Men.rtiarmarr .

Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen Beach. : Called for Unity


opening address to the general 1=
HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN council on October 11, Pope

ANTONIO ? John XXIII set the tone whenhe
Lar..t INC.
w J- told the Cardinals and Bishops ,
Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters In the
that the assembly would I appreciate
Resident and day school for girls Grades nine throught""tIt'e 04 E concentrate o n emphasizingthe Free Delivery your FR -
Academic commercial and private
validity of the Church'steaching Huntington Bldg.
classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus! with P rather than concern -

private lake In a healthful location provides opportunity !1JJ'a. .tJ Itself with condemning

for all sports. heresies. e
? ,
FULLY ACCREDITEDFor ., He declared that it would tys
.- -* -
further information address be a council of hope and a
y preparation for Christian unity
; i in
: and that the Church "considersit
her duty to work actively"
toward the realization of
Two Year aY Christ's prayer for Christian

Liberal I ArtsProgram unity. ,

At the opening session, 35

: followed by ; tZ non-Catholic observers and 4 1 r U

guests were present, representing -

I,11't' W1d 17 Protestant and Orthodox : r. U.r-TiflrinI '.. '<-";;'
.,t TrtLi denominations.In .q : .-t '
a special audience later ,. = ,

Junior '' jQj h acs,. Pope John told them: "There ; rT.ii--4- '

YearAbroad burns in my heart the inten ,
tion of working and suffering Yes-try fem today at McDonald's Find out just how good a hamburger can be. They're

to hasten ,the hour when served hot off the grill on toasted buns-the May you like 'em best Plenty of parking .
Paris- Romelondon-BorceI naMARYMOUNT for all men the prayer of no tipping instant service and the tastiest food in town at prices that please!

Jesus at the Last Supper will look for the golden archesMcDonald's

COLLEGE hare reached its fulfillment., "
t One of the first acts of the

FOR WOMEN CARDINAL RONCALLI VISITS ARS great council was a message,
issued at its third general session
In Boca Raton. Florida Pope John XXm, then a Cardinal, is pictured as he in which the council Fathers ,
Cnductw br TIM enters,the door atthe. shrine of the Cure of Ars patron -
Kit Sacrtd .11i110IIIt declared: "All men are ;,JarkIQ"mt! tiollth P".dcfta :riM]"' .' rark 5f. lae( nbu"TII
.< Mary" heart sI .of parish Priests. Pope John served the Church for: more brothers .irrespective of therace nl'joI 'OS.: SEAR rou'" ,

than 60 years, but after his ordination he spent "ery"little .., or nation 'to which theybelong. J.aJ."go Tampa ,.. 'Sara'our Winter. Hav.n' OrU..*. Uktfcnf" ('It'at w\"tq'
time in Rome until he became Pope.. ." .


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