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: July 5, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Orlando (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>.
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Promises Council'Opening. in Fall


NCWC News Service
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VATICAN CITY_"It is in the sight of the whole Church that We, fearful and

trusting, accept the, keys of the kingdom of heaven, heavy and powerful, beneficial and

mysterious, which Christ confided to the Fisherman of Galilee, made Prince of the

Apostles, and which now are passed on to Us."

r T1t 0"11 I Thus, at his coronation last Sunday, did Pope Paul VI speak in Italian of the exalted
1 \ position he holds. A moment later as he acknowledged that His divine mandatenow
Y. t } .....
radiates to the city and to the world, he added:

!' "We are aware at the same time We are placed in the lowest office of the servantof

1 ;*' the servants of God With the help of God, We will have a heart for all." .

The second session of the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council will. open on the last,

Af Sunday September, it has been announced officially.

at oitc The Holy Father referred to the great work of that council in the French portionof

his address at the coronation-when he said:
"To those who, without belonging to the Catholic Church, are united to us by'the

powerful tie of the faith and the love of the Lord Jesus and are marked with the seal of

the unique baptism We address Ourself with a respect enhanced by an immense desire -

to hasten the blessed day that will see, .after centuries of sad separations, the
VOL. XXIV, No. 36 Orlando, Florida, Friday, July 5, 1963 Ten Cents
death That
of His
I perfect realization of the prayer of Christ raised urgently on..the eve. I :
B } an may DO one John 17,

Spectacle of Coronation 11)Pope)." Paul used nine languages .

in his i coronation ad

dress. Besides Latin English,

Seen by TV's MillionsBy K F Italian and French, he spoke

briefly in German, Polish,

and Rus-
Spanish, Portuguese
James C. O'Neill

> '.. .; \ K t VATICAN CITY (NC-For the first time in history, sian.At one point, he said In'Ger-

\ t the full coronation rites of a Pope were carried out in the man: "We pray insistently'with

.' 4 frP' open air as the gold and silver papal tiara was, placed on you to God for the great inten

'If: the head.of Pope Paul VI in St. Peter's Square on the tions: for truly Christian life

i/Rii=. least or the Commemoration among your peoples, for unityin
kiss his foot as the rubrics -
..7 < .;.',: of St. Paul. the faith for maintenance of
scribe-night fell before the end .
5n. .
"Rr "
; + ; in the world.
.. The unlike peace
ceremony was of the coronation, and the; re-
.. i.Jt. Nf address
witnessed before-seen In his multilingual ,
: <.. .y:' any by cessional.
f' Pope Paul not only pledgedanew
jr' \:. : millions around the world by
The throne
.... ,.., 're: '. .>, means of television and by white-draped was his resumption of the ec-
placed on a crimsoncoveredelevated
more than 300,000 pilgrims in umenical council but declared:
PONTIFF AFTER CROWNING platform in front o)
44We will take again
the giant before the impressive up
Wearing the papal crown, Pope Paul VI leaves the facade of the greatest the main entrance to the ba, with great reverence the
Vatican after the coronation silica. Behind the throne wasa V work .
City Square on Sunday. church in Christendom.Even of Our predecessors.We
Before and after the ceremony, as hew a s carried though the ceremonieswere giant Belgian tapestry de- will defend the Holy

through the throngs, he blessed them, waved and smiledin shortened-and the Pope picting the teaching Christ; Church against errors! of doc
above it a baldachin.
acknowledgment of their cheers. did not permit the Cardinals to trine and custom, which both
High above, from the central ? inside and on t Aide the

balcony, hung a banner bear, % a Yw Church threaten its integrityand
o }
President Kennedy R,eceived Bye ing the new Pope's coat o]1 Its braut)."

three silver fleurs-de-lis. "Ii .
arms- .
I .r V Al'a The date for the re-opening

Father in Privat Audience above seven silver mountains, s sa'* of Vatican Council II is set for
Holy < all against a crimson back September 29.

ground. Although all Interim council
VATICAN CITY-Pope Paul VI touched on race relal Lions: space exploration, world The Pope was carried on z work was stopped for a month

t peace and American aid to leveloping countries in a speecnity :h given as he received Presi- portable throne surmounted bj by the final illness and deathof

dent John F. Kennedy at the h a gold and white canopy and Pope John XXIII and the
as persons and children lationship of universal brother flanked by immense ostrich 4e
Vatican. election and coronation of Pope
of God.k ." hood." "
Speaking In English, Pope plume fans. i Paul, the opening of the second
The Pope also noted: The Pope told the President His appearance brought; i
session will take only
Paul place
John _
referred to Pope l ''t'He *
YSIIIa! 'mc'rUcal;,Pact'm Uj Jle4 pait..I ..ycsrave y itin that igpm tj if effort'to bc im obtain(1lilgh.-world volley: f cheers;! PCnitn.. ., i.h".: three weeks after it was orig.inally
peace43 to < chanting of the 'Sistine. Choir.
Terris, "when he presentedanew : seen Impressive}: developments: scheduled. '
ly, and.we are confident-these
As he was carried through th< x,
to the world the Church'.sconstant i in the exploration of space to labors will find a ready re- ., Announcement o t. the new
the papal trumpet!;
square date has been sent to council
teaching on the dig "
which the United States has in all men of good will .
sponse sounded and the bells of StPeter's < '
: the world
nity of the individual 1:'!mat t l .. Fathers throughout
in :
made notable contributions. "Universal peace charityand
peeled a joyous salute f '
LY 'A W ')'Y by the council's general secre
1 person ..*" 'w May these undertakings takeon justice can be achieved, Pope Paul stood up brieflyto ,. ",;.. tariat.It .
He added: and we feel the efforts of the .
a meaning of homage ren- acknowledge the welcome. : ." was also announced that
"We are ever mindful in United States will bear fruit '.
From then he continuallyrai.ed
on the work of the Coordinating<<
Our prayers of the efforts toensure dered to God Because they and help to secure for all peoples t : .
arms gesturesof 5'4'
: I" Commission of the Council
to all your riti/ens augur so much for the benefitof of this troubled world that and bless }
acknowledgment ... headed by Anileto Cardinal
the equal benefits of citizenfrhip mankind, may they be indicative peace which will enable themto In #: P .,' r:. .
; ;':"' ".yu.,. Cicognani, secretary of
which have as their I of true and peaceful prosper and enjoy the bless- Before the walked ,,,..,pi" papal\:
Pope ,
... ,. state was to begin on July
foundation the equality of progress which would bring ings God intends for them," '
papal master of ceremonieswho ; )
:; .1 to complete its revision of
all men because of their dig men together in a closer re- the Holy Father said. t..
burnt tuf
three times a '
io,.... ,; :.... i '. the material to be dealt with
Pope Paul mentioned American of flax and loudly intoned the ,
at the second !session."
August at OrlandcWill i prosperity and added: Latin words: "Holy; Father, s<(; The commission was gh'enthe
Alfredo Cardinal Ottaviani the the head of Paul
"Nevertheless, in the midstof passes the glory of this world.''''i" places papal crown upon Pope task of revising and reduc-

this hard-won abundance, Each time, the Pope becann e VI. Moments later, the Holy Father gave his blessing Urbi et Orbi (to the city and ing the number of "schema" or

Train Lay CafechistsCourse your country has not forgottenthe grave and held his hands ii i to the world) and those watching or listening on television or radio were granted the formal projects to be submittedto

high ideals of its first be- his lap. privileges of indulgences.Blessings. the council's second session.

ORlu\NDO-Special catechetical courses will be held ginnings, nor neglected the At the altar, Pope Paul descended I. .
nations At no little from the
in Orlando this summer, Monsignor Harold F. Jordan announced poorer
cost, the United States has ex- throne to celebrate Mass. Christian Mandate to Peter
this week. Interested members of the laity are:
; tended to all of them a very As in all solemn papa I
,urged. -to. plan now- to attend the meetings, August 17 generous helping hand." Masses, both the Lesson am 1d
through August 31. tion. from them," Monsignor The President was accompanied Gospel were chanted in Creel 6 English Recalled at CoronationVATICAN
In launching this program of well Latin. The honoof r
Jordan said. by a party of 10, including as as NC.Cews Service provides -
training for teachers of religious "We number his sister, Mrs. Stephen chanting the Lesson i ii
expect a large this text of the remarks
education classes for Dean Latin went to Monsignor William 1 l" CITY (NC-Following) is the text of an English translation of the coronation -
of the faithful 'from the parishes Smith; Secretary of made Paul VI
Catholic children in public of Orlando to register for, Husk and Angier Middle Duke J. Doheny, WisconsintonCOROXATIOX. n_ the coronation by Pope Mass, June during 30: __ address"" given in Latin by Pope Paul VI; he spoke also in eight modern Ian-
schools, Central Florida parishes Page ; guages last unaay.The .
these courses. of the U.S. State Department. We wish now to address to who adhere to Him with fir f'MJp- implore the most
enlist the aid of expert which is
Our venerable brothers and spectacle givenUs delity. Finally, it is the light benign aid of Clod, begging
teachers-trainers, the Mission to behold in this
beloved children who use the and hope of all peoples.! above all the intercession of
Helpers of the Sacred Heart. Fr. Balthazar OrdainedAt English language a word of hour is so solemn so magnificent God has entrusted this Our Lady.Who .
These Sisters will from and that it
come greeting and blessing! in expressive can Church to Us not only that we
Baltimore to be in of not but Our more than she! has the
charge their mother tongue. move spirit deeply may keep it holy and flourish
the in The and it calls rather for silence Church more at heart, she who
program August. Spreading from its birthplace ing but also-according to the
meetings will be held in Good Louvain for DioceseLOUVAIN in the British Isles to than for words, and a mandate Jesus gave to all his was always present, not only
when it was born from the
Shepherd parish. Detailed information every continent and every quiet meditation rather than a vicars on earth-that We may
wounded side of her Son or"
as to registrationdates corner of the earth, jour language discourse.But dedicate Our thoughts, Our
will be announced shortly Belgium Father Norman Gerard Balthazar was ordained for th e makes a notable cons Our duty compels Us to preoccupations and Our very when it set out upon its way
Jerusalem with the
Priesthood of the Diocese of St. Augustine at the American college of the Universit:Y tiihution toward increased speak. For just as the most life if necessary to make its at descent
of the Holy Spirit, but who ha
The courses will be for of Louvain June 29. Archbishop John P. Cody of New Orleans ordained 17 Priests fo,r understanding and unity clement Lord wishes to dem efficacy, its light and its also been near the Church
adults.. They will feature' the nations and onstrate publicly His mercy riches which divine and
the United States at the cer- among races.m" ; are
through the centuries in its
training of the laity amen and Chestnut Hill; St. Andrew Se Like Our venerable predecessors and goodness toward Us so it infinite treasures-constantly
in the emony in Belgium. and St. Bernard Semii strife its sufferings and its
women- teaching of inary
cabled his n' on the throne of is just that We express pub- more diffused among men.
Father Balthazar ?
catechism. first priestly blessing on Monday ; ary, Rochester; and the Amer*" Peter, We too intend to dedi- licly Our gratitude to Him. The burdens imposed upon development
"It is now a religions fact can College of the Universit y Next We implore the aid of
to members of this Diocese. rate Ourself to the encouragement And just as the congratulations Us are most grave therefore
of life," Monsignor; Jordan Following the ordination- of of Louvain. of greater mutual comprehension the respect and the fidel- and We would succumb before the Apostle St. Peter, to whose

Mated, "that the task of ins the Priests from several U. S. LS Upon his return to tin charity and peace ity of individuals as well as them if We were not convinced, office We succeed though un

etructing in catechism is far dioceses, Archbishop Cody left States, Father Balthazar will I I' among peoples, that peacet of peoples, are set before Us on the one hand, that God worthily. It was he-although

too great to be handled entirely Louvain for Vatican City to '- 5"e offer First Solemn Mass ai t: which Our Blessed Lord left in a great public expression, so chooses humanly weak instruments once he wavered who ob-

by Pries-is and hhter attend the coronation of Pope St. Joseph Church in Nev; to Us and which the world it is fitting that We not hide to perform His great tained the steadfastness of the

"In a spirit of true Catholic Paul VI.Father. Bedford. The date of July 2 I without Him cannot give. the expression of Our grateful works and thereby show more rock after the prayer of Jesus,

action the faithful are invitedto Balthazar's parents, has been set for the event. We exhort you Our chil souL clearly His power and His and to whom the keys of supreme -

come forward to accept Mr. and Mrs Roland E. Bal Officers of the Mass wit h dren and all English-speaking Before all else, though trembling glory. power were given by

training as catechists. In this; thazar and their other children. Father Balthazar, celebrant, .'it men of good will, to strive We adore the mysterious We are persuaded, 0 nth e Jesus. May he never fail to

way they will be true apostlesfor Miss Gerva L. Balthazar andJ. urV noon will be: and pray that this priceless dispositions of, God who willedto other hand, that in His provi cover Us with the shadow of

the cause of Christ. Arthur Balthazar,all of East V Monsignor Louis E. Prevos t, blessing! may be given andr weigh down Our humble dent wisdom He grants with his protection.
r preserved earth, as an. with immense greater abundance the gifts of Finally AVe address Oneself -
The Mission Helpers of the: Freetown Massachusetts, attended lC assistant Priest who is paste) upon powers an
Sacred Heart work primarilyin the ordination.The of the New Bedford enure it pounced by the Angels when though incomparably precious His mercy when the necessities to Paul, whose name

instructing children in their new diocesan Priest's and Father Henri Chares:t: Christ Our Saviour was burden namely the Catholic are more grave.It We've taken so that We may

faith in areas where there are grandmother Mrs. J. Arthur deacon another Priest of tl ie born.r Church, than which there is was this that the Virgin place Oneself under his ans-

no Catholic schools. Balthazar of 1210 Jackson --.-- Diocese of Fall River; Fathi Giving glory to God In thea. nothing greater or more holyon Mary felt when she sang: "My
highest We invoke His rich- soul the Lord piece and protection.
They conduct also, special 1 l Street North, St. Petersburg, Father Balthazar Charles DesRuisseaux, subde earth.It magnifies
instruction courses for the was one of a dozen relatives, natives of New Bedford_ wherehe con, a Priest of the Diocese 3f<.:) est graces upon you all youre was truly founded by because he has regarded the May he, who so loved Christ,

training of catechists. including aunts and unclesof was born on June 2, 1938 Manchester New Hampshir > families at home, especiallyy Christ and redeemed by His lowliness of his handmaid who so labored and desired to

Becau-e of the wide experience the Priest, vv h o accompanied He attended St. Joseph para. who is a cousin of the new!]I the children, the sick;: and lSuf.fering blood. I tis His immaculateand because he who Is mighty has spread Christ's Gospel, who
and to all AVe imparted beloved'spouse.. done great things for me" gave his life for Christ be Our
of these Sister: in this his immediate familyto chial school there and the fol-ordained.
important field, we in Ixmvain for the ordination lowing schools: The sermon will be preach; from Our paternal heart a It Ls the nurturing mother" (Luke 1, 46-19)). heavenly example and a patron

very Orlando are very fortunateto .ceremonies. Assumption Preparatory,,,, by another cousin Fathi er: special apostolic blessing. of' all nations to whom the Therefore, while We totally throughout all the days of Our

be able to receive instruc Both of Father's parents are Worcester; Boston College or l Elliott Robert S.M. of Detro:it. === ======; name of Christ is given and lack confidence in Our pow., life.IzJ .



. Two The Florida: Catholic, Friday, July 5, 1963 ..""V. .,. ,>,.,; ,:"'\I" 4 ..... """'' .

Coming Events I

ST. PETERSBURG New Diocesan Chairmen This relents lists future benefits, special meetings and events of nor
than local Interest. Adtanee notlco of regular meetings wW bo omitted.

September 25, card party,
Listed for DCCW YearThe July 5-6, summer festival;
HEINZEN Garden Center, Jacksonville',
fish! fry, July 5; St. Brendan
prrtldeat of the Dlor*.an Council of Catholic Women list Church, Ormond Beach. Auxiliary to All Saints Home
chairmen for 1163.64. Clip mod save this litt. for the Aged, sponsor.
s JELL Catholic Charities Civic Participationand .! July 12-14, men's retreat,

/ SERVICE II Foreign Relief and LegislationMrs. ., St. :Leo.

George Kernan Mrs. Charles Ares Jr. w t July 12."' women's retreat
Uth St. 18th AT*. 8.. 33 Vesta Circle P.0. Box 252B, Rt. 1 .,..i, Holy Name Academy. San
Phone 7Z8R Melbourne Jacksonville Antonio.
4 ..ttP'
'8H th St.GREEN* 18th STAMPS AYe. So. Catholic Daughters of America Civil Defense -r ..a.;, a < > '."" July 12-14, men's retreat,

Ph... -4USEARN Mrs. Frank Scheidell Mrs. Joseph Lima "".'. .... i 1 St. Joseph Academy, Loretto. C. Craig
4130 34th Ave., S. 202 Live Oak Lane .s ) July 12.t'oml"n's retreat -
Contractor and Distributorfor
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on Cooperating ., St. Augustine.July .

wIth Confraternityof \ i 16-18, women's retreat Vikon Metal Ceramic

Chrlstfan'Doctrlne t 1.. I \\1 Holy Same Academy Jr*:d Mosaic Tiles

5/4 % 'Mrs..L DeMarkis NEW OFFICERS OF TAMPA GUILD AT INSTALLATIONFather San Antonio. Opq,f St So 347-4101
West'St. men's retreat,
July 19-21
Alvin Manni S.D.B. (left), director, recently installed officers 0 f the

I INTEREST FLORIST GREENHOUSES RockledgeConstitution Mama Margaret: Guild of Mary Help of Christians School in Tampa. They are, from St. Leo.
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the left Mrs. Harold Laird president Mrs. Leo Torretta Mrs. Jose Esterez and
CHURCH WIRE FLOWERS Organization : ; treat, Holy Name Academy,
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Father John A' O'Brien"
Rt 2, Box 146 St. Leo Telegraph Delivery

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Transfiguration St. John's vice-president; James explained its meaning and .

Nasie, secretary; Larry,Breen, gave me a nli.sal.Isispointers .
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I SUNDAY, July 7 & w : THE I0'$
5th Sunday after Pentecost
Mass of Suntlii)', iluria, are embarking on a .new' club year. We have new e -' w id ; f ri -

This is the time for new presidents chairmen
Creed, Preface of Trinity). leadership. ,
MONDAY, July 8St. and directors to take stock of themselves and ask 1 ..

t Elizabeth (Mass of a what they are going to accomplish for the organization to > dL 1 r

Holy Woman not a Martyr, make it outstanding.You most effective use of all media # L t t INTERIORSIItAPEllI'SSI.IPCO:

Gloria, Common Preface). are enthusiastic and determined and channels of communicationand VERS"

TUKSDAY, July 9 but a word of caution. a thorough understanding Qualified Decorator Service

(Mass of preceding Sunday, Many times it is better to doa
of all phases of council work. lIlt lUVKRSIDECL :
Common Preface). little less in order to make
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WEDXESDAY, July 10 membership slow
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The Seven Holy Kiotheis and morel
cation, the members of the St. .. i'\ .
fits. Ilufina and Setunda. vital. You can ]I .
Augustine DCCW can be stimulated r
Mass of feast! Gloria, Com make yourself iso j m a Italian and American Food
to further the goal set .
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forth at the convention-"That od. Open 5 P.M. 'til I 11 I P.M.
THURSDAY) July 11 that the organ.ization j
all may be One," The use of
fit. Piu !s t I. Mass: of preceding cannot ]1 } I Banquet Facilities
communications media such a: 6. r
Sunday, 2nd piajerof get along without j F-
TV radio tape recordings, Closed Mondays
St. Pius I, ( omnlon )'I'rl.RP you. You
film strips, parish and diocesan
; or Ma" of a SupremePontiff may take alii
I bulletins, etc., is to spread SAN
(!I Ioi ria, Com mOil thp j 0 h-. !-s:: ., .fol-1--
.. knowledge understanding, and 4k .
'hothf'r' '
Preface). up on evMr ., '--
love of the Church. It is not '\
FRIDAY, .July 12Kt. eryone, and see that everythingis > 1290 SO. RIDGEWOOD
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John Cuallifrt.) (alas 01| accomplished the way you
obligation.The CL 2-1357
n Holy Abbot, Gloria<< 2nd 1 want it. Have you ever thought

Prayer of Sts. Nab 0 rand: that someone else: may have whole world, but especially

Feliv, Common Preface). better ideas than your own? It w. Catholics rejoice at ,'." ,
SATURDAY, July 13: is your responsibility: for a the news of the election of -- __-tt x ., r. ..'' t
Anacletus.. ()Mao! ol f i year. The memory 0 f your our flew Pope Paul I" Be.cause SARASOTA GUILD MEMBERS INSTALL OFFICERS FROM ST. MARTHA'S PARISH

Blessed Virgin for Saturday,, leadership will follow you for we can see all of the I Mrs. James Lacher, who installed new officers of on are, from the left, Mrs. Elma Nass, Mrs. Thomas ALUMINUM

Gloria, Preface of Hh'soorc1 1 I I a long time. ceremonies think thatf on telethlon feel much St. Martha's Guild in Sarasota hands over the gavel to Shea, Mrs. A. K. Chase, and Mrs. Kathren Niederlander.Mrs. AWNINGS

Virgin). For your information, the closer to these historic, Mrs. Mary: Fritzsche, president. Other officers looking Margaret: Grigg was not present for the picture. Series...res ...11UtEact. IIAIU1tl

KUXDAY, July 14 Augustine diocesan man. C....... aom t TALrail.
events.A .. cur tn
6th after Pentecost
ual IMS: been<< reduced. to ;50rents. ( 16 film entitled Catholic Book Reviews Orlando Series "lad... 0D1T14rnuer '"
(Mass of Sunday, Gloria, very good mm Beach .Cabana.
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"Americans at
Creed, Preface of Trinity).
bargain. Every affiliation Council is available for Life of Pope Paul VI Told A Mass was said In St.
Daytona BeachPRINTING member should hate in her It is
organization programs. Charles Church commemorating

files one of tho:>r. Know jour the only U. S. Catholic film report story of the life of Giovanni Battista Montini, newly the Golden Wedding Anniversary Furniture Books

council. on the opening of the sec THE Pope Paul VI will be published bv P. J. Kenedv of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greeting Cards

Letter Press & Offset Miss Anne Tucker of Braden- ond Vatican council. The rent. & Sons on October 24, 1963. Santner, 1128 W. Yale Avenue, LLOYD COX

ton, publicity chairman, has al fee is $15 and can be ob- American in 250; ( years to grad on Thursday, June 27.
Couchman Printing Co. The book on which the Office SuppliesCL
her program ready for the tained by writing to NCC I- uate from the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Mr. and Mrs. Santner originally fnwnr.h'
OwnerCL author, Monsignor: John M.
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2-4284 138 Magnolia Clancy, has been working for 118 North Beach Street
be aimed at the study of the N.Y. plomacy. lived in Orlando for the past
over a traces the career
he served
Miss Idelle Murphy, diocesan Subsequently:; as year. Mr. Santner has been retired Free Estimates
of the "workers' Bishop" from
"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS SINCE 1881" chairman from Tallahassee, first secretary of the apostolic for 4 or more years. CL 2603'4Boyette
his childhood to his ascendancyto
delegation in South Africa and Herman J. Heidrich
answered an appeal which The couple was married in

Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons came from Aquinas College, shows the how Throne the of new Peter.Pope's He named Southern Rhodesia chamberlain and of was the St. :Martin Church in Chicago & Sons Awningand

Grand Rapids, and St. Francis a June 27, 1913.
Growers and .hlpp..uOf
and inclinations Co.
character, training, Venetian Blinds
JewelersCL papal household. In 1955 he became --
Registered College, Evansville, Indiana, fit him to for- Following the Mass there Fancy Fruit and WcrtaliUtII
American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St. to make arrange- carry president of the Institutefor reunion the 'ritOIUCTS Est. 1947
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ward the "open window" pol-- 112 Madison Avc.
Studies in Social
ments for the lodgings of 31 Coopera- Orlando Motor Lodge. Sons and

students; coming to Tallahasseeon icies so vigorously begun by tion and in 1958 Pope Pius daughters and their familiescame .
his! predecessor, Pope John
DESIGNS June 10. These students, are XII decorated him with the from several northern JOLINESTRAVEL
Gold Cross Pro Ecclesia
giving up their summer vacations states for the celebration.

t LloydFlowers to teach Christian Doc The author worked in Rome Pontifice.As Guests included:: Mr. and > BUREAUof
>y under Cardinal Montini, thenin
trine in Bogota, Colombia to a professor of theology, Mrs.: Frank P.. Santner and Mr DAYTONA Inc.

for All Occasions underprivileged persons. the Secretariat of State under he has lectured widely both and Mrs. Martin:Linnekugel of AirlineSteamship Tickets
Pope Pius XII, and came
the summer, if here and abroad. Orlando Mr. and Mrs.
During you ; GeorgeA. CL 3-0641 322 No. Beach Street
custom designs in permanent to know the new Pope well
can get some of your memo Santner, and Mr. and Mrs.
and recognize the greatness: of Ballots Unknown
rJ FLOWERS & FOLIAGEfresh hers together, p 1 a n a cancer George A.. Santner Jr., of Belleville
spirit which led his! fellow Cardinals eITxC
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Mrs. O. E. Wolford Jr., requesting humanity of this man six. Sanford; and Mr. and Mrs.

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With 'Coin Operated Machines.; is: National Councilor Catfrolic others. ,"0: Bishop Appointed ,

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FATHER Declan was not sure of the size of his parish. He knew he could walk across CLOSED MONDAYS OR 7-3859

days, which he had done several times, but there were pockets of it.he had

never seen and parishioners he had never met despite the fact that he was traveling most .

of the time. .
balsa raft or mule then he "But I was told someone here
The parish lay In the low
walked from village to village. was very sick" Father said. HANSARD'SMUFFLERS
mountains of Bolivia, an area
Er T One Sunday morning a few "Diego hurt his back a few
that had been nominally Catholic
UPER years ago, Father had just fin weeks ago, but he's certainlynot
for centuries, but becauseof
P ished his Mass in the village of dying." SERVICE CENTER
I a shortage of Priests there
b Cangali and was packing his "Take me to him."
were villages which had gone ALIGNMENT
......1111 ..1 h ........................ .. .. .. ..... .. without a Mass, and itwas Mass kit for the walk to the Father found Diego, a man
next village and the next Mass i in his 50's, happily sunning TUNE-UPS
for this reason that the 170 Ridgewood Holly Hill
when a girl stepped up to him. himself on a mat in his garden,
American Franciscan was sent
savotripstothestoreI In her hands she held two surrounded by his playing children -
small loaves of bread, wrappedin the little girl among CL 5-4548
Father DerLin O'HouiKr)
a bloodstained cloth. them. When Father explained
discovered that he rarely aid
"Father," she said, "will you why he had come, Diego
Mass in theanie tillage two
_ k # I I 1ItE' >t daIn a ro\\ bless this bread?" laughed l and said: "I hurt my

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Rattan Wrought Iron mountains. "It taken aboutan Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building
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Father. "Then how did you get
. said. Xo Priest has ever
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been to our village"Father's
"I haven't done that, either."
scheduled route-was

in the opposite direction, where "Then I think it's high time

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BEAUTY SALON his arrival and were awaitinghim. ," Father said. He shooed ey. atetra

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AH morning Father Declan's Diego's wife confession. Then

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fresh foods a large family needs. Everything was in the area to prepare the married the couple.It 1i1c1NONCARBONATED \
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at your fingertips. frost-free or self-defrosting. No scrap 11 11v God for this special opportunity clan was on his way down the

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run short. More space and fast ample work. he remembered the bloodstained
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supply 1 ..always.: It was mid-afternoon when cloth the little girl had
and separate Freezers special
Father got back to Cangali and carried. Whose blood was it? ;
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walked about He know.
he already might never (
bigger insider smaller outside. Larger at your appliance dealer. ; e' '_
20 miles, but he continued on Because of it he had rushedup _

into the mountains for over the mountain in hopes of ,

v v another hour until he came to I being in time to prepare a man I ff Y tw :ar '::1
a cluster of huts. for death because of it
/hd. tl ) Yk a good ;
7 0 ;"IJ..m.flli' ,. er' "Where's the dying man?" he he had managed to prepare a I _

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Catholic CommentWe Frank J. SheedModern : Guide Parental Pride with Prudence m

I Mind i Questions IT is quite natural for parentsto tudes towards school perform-I"You are a stupid boy," "You

be ambitious for their ance. By the very nature of are a clumsy boy," "You can't

will Watch and Pray with Him Unseen children. If we love someone, averages, fifty per cent of all I do anything right," and "I
Reality, Angels we necessarily desire that he children will be average'or below :never can depend on you."

THE many ceremonies which are at- ters to his followers are the words which be happy. average in their mental Eventually this child comesto

to the election and coronationof Christ uttered to His apostles: "Watch "THE modern mind finds angels as ridiculous as Santa Equating happiness ability. Howeyer, many par- accept in his own mind, that

a Pope convey to the world the impor- and pray." I Claus." You hardly know where to start on this ques- with ents find it hard to accept the he really Is a bad or stupid or

tance of the office of the Bishop of Rome. In his initial address Pope Paul inferred tion. Your temptation is to say "So what?" success, par fact that they have an average I clumsy or undependable per
child. They assume that any son. It Is a conviction whichhe
The questioner so evidently feels that his statement ents are eagerto
that his not of this world.
However, Pope Paul VI, as the Vicarof was their child of theirs is bound to be will carry Into adulthood.The .
Christ But he is fully aware that the settles the matter. He is an example of a see
doubt greatest
no fully realizes that his j. brainy.As harm Is intensified If his
triumphal entry into St. Peter's can be sickness of the world is the sickness of the truth once uttered by Chesterton, that to- children successful a consequence little parents rarely speak a wordof

likened to Christ's triumphal entry into spirit. He is the world leader in the battle ) day regards itself as the Day of Judgment. ; in, Johnny, who has an IQ of 100 praise; perhaps fearing (mistakenly -

Jerusalem. But he is aware that he will between good and evil and the flesh and ,11Z4; : There is a type of thinker who sees all the school now, and who has to work hard to ) that praise will spoil

have his lonely agony in the garden and the spirit The awesome responsibility of beliefs and all the questions of all man's and life's in vocation their get C's on his report card, is the child.

that he must follow Christ on the road to being the Vicar of Christ must weigh yesterdays ranged before the judgmentseat later. MoreFather a prodded and pushed to better On the contrary, parental

Calvary.The. heavily on Pope Paul VI. What he needs of today for final settlement, with his grades.His praise is essential to build upa

burdens of the most of all from us is not sympathy or never a hint of awareness that when tomorrow Father Leo J. Treseover lot is doubly unhappy If child's confidence in himself
can only
be papacy congratulations. What he needs most is comes, today will be yesterday.But he has a brighter brother or and to give him a feeling of
appreciated and that is
by one
person sister in school. Then Johnny'saverage
do not "So what? It is retort self-worth.
men, women and children who will say a parents tend to measure
the Pope. The world stricken with strife pray .. _. performance is compared -
and watch with him in the Garden of ,?" WhICh invanaoiy irniaies. it sounds con- their own success as parentsby Prudent parents do not
turns its
eyes toward Rome and looks for often with that of his
temptuous. And however odd admirers of the modern the success material and
many flatter, but they do watch for
guidance.And can't
Olives.We more sibling. "Why
must pray with him for and mind may seem to us, that mind itself is not contemptible.In spiritual, which their children occasions when they can hon.
peace A's and B's as
so Paul VI in imitation of Christ achieve.If you your
its it has made such advances that it commend the child. Tht
pray daily that God will make him a wise own area superb brother (sister) does?" rstly
kneels in -- -- -- their child graduates with
the garden of Gethsemane know- and would oe well worth oftener Much occasions occur,
that finding
a holy Pope; just as Christ honors Try as he will, Johnny cannot
ing full well that although the world may brought peace to the hearts of men so out why a mind so powerful J Ists would assert that what the makes or gets a good a high-level marriage jobor or measure up to his parents'expectations. the better.

sleep the Vicar of Christ must watch and Pope Paul, as the Vicar of Christ, will rejects angels-if in fact it j instruments of science can enters the convent or becomesa Frustrated in his There will be times when a

pray. He must plead with his Father in bring peace to the hearts of millions; and does.We exist.reach Yet is all that need can actually Priest mother and father efforts, he becomes more and I child's behavior must be criticized -
they not to
heaven that the world be spared the cross when there is peace in the hearts of men of course, are not answering that unprovable limit to go feel feel that this is an accolade to more conditioned to failure. even punished. However
of world conflict. And what the modern mind With understanding I< when rebukes must be
Pope Paul ut- there will be peace in the world. that angels are not needed in themselves. It is proof that sympathetic
that might require several volumes they have reared their child and with recognl- '>administered it is importantto
their Jworld picture.
Father which we should not be well. lion of the effort he does distinguish between the
John B. Sheerin Science (still in our .ques child's behavior and the child
competent to write. We are Such parental pride Is! un- make, Johnny could grow toa I
tioner's sense which is differ. It is much better
answering our questioner.So reasonably self-confident 1 himself. to
derMandable. It Is one of the
we ask him he (ent from ours because we be- say! "That was a naughty
I New why rewards for the sacrifices adulthood.As .
Pope to Face New Problems lieve that theology itself is a 1 did," than to
thinks, angels are thus summarily w hie h accompany parent it is, he will be permanently thing you say,
rejected in the name of :science) cannot answer the hood. However, parental ambition marked in his own '"You are a bad boy; much better
THE spirit of Pop John brace him. Such fancies are ing a new situation that may modern thought. If he happens 'question why anything existsat and pride contain a mind as a second class indi- 1 to say "You told me a lie"

I to hover over Pope innocuous enough In them- demand a revision of this pol- to be of a rather simple type all. built-in danger. vidual. He will suffer for life, :1 than to say, "You are a deceitful

Paul. It Is, of course inevitablethat selves but the danger is that icy.There he may say that modern science Therefore no matter how This is the danger that, in from feelings of inferiority.J J little girl." And, on balance,

_u __ _we..should wonder whether one might push them so far as is a strong trend to- has established their non- splendidly It may explain the their zeal for a child's future Feelings of inferiority can be :;approbation always should be
or not me new to begin to judge Pope Paulon ward the Left throughout Eu- existence. One remembers the particular sections of realityi parents may try to push a child generated, too by parents who :3 more frequent than reproof.

Pope will con- J the basis of Pope John's rope. The communists are remark attributed to Khrush- explores, these must rein beyond the limits of his capac- are habitual faultfinders. Such Parents who accept their

tinue the ag personality.If gaining strength in Italy the chev when a Russian went in- a i n luminous areas in a ity. There is no surer way to parents cannot bear the I
g Ilegun o r namento the new Pope is as austere Leftist Labor Party seems to to outer space that he had totality which is inexplicable. implant an inferiority complexin thought that their child is anything :i no more than he is able to deliver

by be- and aloof as Mjme reports be heading for power in Eng-- not run into any angels. Science cannot establish! that a child than by demandingof less than a paragon of :1 ; who counterpoint correction -

loved Papa hate it, so he it. Maybe land, the Socialists may win i But when we speak of angels, the Christian Is wrong In believing him more than he is ableto virtue. 1 with frequent approval;

Giovanni. Butit < <>
would be altogether I. these qualities as the and if De Gaulle continues his beings outside space because the origin of all things; Overzealousness exhibits Itself with such phrases as, : their child a healthy imageof

unfairto traits that are needed in a themes in France the commu- superior to it: angels are not and if such a mind does exist, especially in parental atti- "You are a bad boy (girl)," I i himself.
judge the 1'ope at this junction of his. nists may become a major divided into parts as material science cannot establish thatIt
new shepherdby tory. force there. bodies material bodies
may not see realities of a
comparinghis The homey, open-hearted Should the Vatican try to spread their parts in space, different range altogether.For John J. Castelot
nersonalitv. _____
u lovable Angelo Roncalli was stand up against this trend spirits reach so total a concen- I
with that of John the Christian it is suf.
PQpe or Pope the ideal shepherd for his by way of Intransigent opposition tration that they are beyondthe
Pius XII. The question we ficient that angels and devilsare Sickness Brings Scorn to
moment of history but history or should It work need of space. Make sure
should be asking is: how will a reality in the mind of
marches on and as an old pagan along with it to divert its that your questioner realizes -
the new Pope measure up to philosopher had it, we never course away from commu- that that is what you mean by Christ. Santa Claus has no author of Psalm 34 Is Jesus gave the answer by His they are and always hare
the needs of the days ahead? set foot twice into the same nism? The answer lies in angels. comparable authority to support THE ill. That wouldbe death on the Cross and by His been his enemies. These are

The question we need not ask stream. Tomorrow's needs will the heart and mind of Pope Then remind him that him. cause enough to cry to God invitation to His followers to people whom he had pitied

Is: how does he compare, as a not be the same as today's and Paul and It may well be that there is no science (in his We find angels all over the for help. But on top of the take up their own cross and and helped when, they were

person with his predecessors? we can be confident that God his personality is precisely sense of the word) equippedto Gospels, not only in the Infancy UI..3U; +WO I[; .'" ..n..'h'h IU\.U follow Him. In their eyes, if on their backs:

Thomas a Kempis advisesus has given us a Pope who will the type of personality needed deal with beings not in stories of Matthew and his sickness a man suffered, he had to be a But I, when they were Ill,

that we should not compare meet the challenge of tomor- for a leader at this time. space, no science that C a neither Luke but at the Temptation of brings him, he sinner. put 0 n sackcloth; I afflicted

saints. "In like manner, do not row as Pope John met the Ah yes we will never have discover their presence Our Lord in the desert, at the has to suffer And so they heaped unjust! myself with fasting and poured

investigate or discuss the challenge of his day. another Pope John. He was or demonstrate their Agony in Gethsemani at the the taunts and reproach upon our poor beleaguered forth prayers within my bosom.

f merits of the saints, which of Pope Paul will follow in the "one in a million" and we will absence.If Resurrection; and in the Acts unjust accusa- psalmist. In his As though it were a friend of

them Is holier than the other, general directions pointed out never see his like again. But your questioner is more we find them at the Ascension. tions of his en- anguish he cries out to the mine, or a brother, I went

or which is the greater in the by his great predecessor but then God never repeats Him- sophisticated, he is more likelyto Your questioner will almost emles. The Lord for vindication. His about; like one bewailing a
kingdom of heaven." Accordingto he will meet tomorrow's prob- say that the modern mind certainly write off all the examples Hebrews were pleas are couched in highly mother, I was bowed down in

a Kempis, such comparisons lems in his own way, with his self.God gives the world the sees no need for angels good or you have given on the convinced!. that poetic language borrowed mourning (13-14). _._. .
are "useless babbling." own style and his own person- saints: and the Popes the times bad, it can make its world pic- ground that Jewish modes of there was a from the military terminology All 0 f this sympathy and

To compare the personalityof ality. He would spoil a good demand. So we can expect ture without leaving any gap''thought[ had come to require necessary con- of the day. kindness they are now repay-

Pope Paul and Pope John is original by trying to be a car- Pope Paul to be different from for them. With such a man, angels, but we have outgrownthe nection between sickness and He pictures himself as a lone ing with basest Ingratitude. lie

likewise "useless babbling." bon copy of Pope Pope John precisely because he your discussion is likely to belong need. You could discuss sin, and there is no denyingthe warrior hemmed in by well- has good reason to be distressed -

Someone has said that on Consider, for instance the will have to meet the new challenge and might very well be this at length. fact that there is such a armed foes and asks God, in to call upon God to

meeting Pope Pius XII you question of "the opening to the of a new time. He will most valuable. But it may be better, to begin connection. Before sin entered the same terms, to come to his justify him and to save him.
had an instinctive urge to Left." Personally I was in meet it in his own way and I .It is true that a world picture at least, by showing Our Lord the world there was no sick- rescue: This theme he resumes in the

genuflect but that on meeting hearty accord with Pope John's am confident, with a degree of can be made without Himself speaking of angels as ness. But while this is true in Fight, 0 LORD, against those fourth stanza and in highly

Pope John you wanted to em. policy. But Pope Paul is fac- success. bringing in angels, as without a fact. There are four principal general one is not at all justified who fight me; war against impassioned language ((17.28)).
bringing in God. But it can be references by 11 i m. AtNathanael's in looking upon the sick-
those who make war upon me. vindication will be that
made only by narrowing man'sgaze conversion (John ness of an individual as a pun-
Take up the shield and buckler, of the Lord too for when
Father Michael V. Gannon to what the senses and 1,51)) and in rebuke to Peterin ishment for his personal sins. the
and rise up in my defense ((1-2)). friend.? who have stood by him
their instruments can reach, Gethsemani (Matthew 26, After all, Jesus Himself suffered
Mission of Nombre De Dioschapters He asks that this crisis its favorable
deciding that what cannot be 53)), Our Lord takes their exist- and died and Mary was God scatter during see -
reached by them is not only ence for granted. In two places the Mother of Sorrows and them like a routed army retreating outcome, their faith In the

not worth enquiring about hut 11 e tells u 1; something about they were both absolutely sin in hasty confusion justice and goodness 0 f God
CjQeat i in can make no difference to the them. They do not marry less. Most: of the great saintsof down a dark and slippery hill- will be strengthened:

reality with which men are (Mark 12,25)) and they see the history have endured side ((5-6)). But let those shout for Joy

concerned. face of His Father in heaven illnesses and hardships of all In the second stanza (..12) and be glad who favor my Just
\ foiOa catholic history he tells of their and
Only very reckless material- continually (Matthew 18,10)). kinds. unfair treatment of unjust him. And cause; And may they ever say,

For the Hebrews, however "The LORD be glorified he
Chapter Nine most more than they did the backs. And they intended now In the third he introduces anew ;
:300 men who stood on arms-bearing men who to perpetuate the Indian belief Question BoxLaymen suffering was a baffling mys- and poignant note, that wills the prosperity of his ser

THE banks of the Mississippiat marched with him. De Soto in De Soto's immortality as tery. They lived long before of ingratitude. It is not that vant!" ((27)).

had impressed upon the savages long as possible.De .
the Indian town of Guach- 'Go
the belief that he was a Soto's death there TeachBy Washington Letter
O3'a, on a point where the great was ,
river was called Tamaliseu child of the sun and immortal.On fore kept a secret from the
knew that without the dynamic occasion he had shown Indians. Their Bishops' InvitationI I IPRESIDE
them his reflection in a mir- Visit Recalls 'Father of U. S.
leadership of De Soto they ror and told them that it was His body was buried<< secretly Navy'
stood in considerable dangerfrom at night at one of the HAVE recently heard much about the "priesthood of
his secret counsellor!
the nearby Indians. Whatever the moral meritsof gates within the town, and the laity." Does this mean that some of the laity have T John F. Ken- the Father of the American i not only for Independence but
The Indians In the horsemen pranced their to Ireland last Navy." J for its maintenance."
the same as the
such a deception, De Soto'smen powers _ _ _
horses over the to conceal week drew attention to Gurn said the "title was not
had come to respect the power realized that it had helped grave Priests? an Addressing a joint session of
it.Later. Questions should be addressed Irishman who left his native bestowed upon Barry In our 1 the Irish Parliament's
A. No one has the to two
ful personality of De Soto ale keep the savages off theirCTRANGE right
to: Question Box, land two centuries and be- day, by actuated by chambers
thinking that the In- teach the Gospel authoritatively ago persons President Kennedysaid
dians suspected De Soto's or carry on its sacred min- The Florida Catholic P.O. came an outstanding hero in enthusiasm for his fame rather j that no nation ever did

BUT TR yr death and burial place and istery unless he is divinely Box 3351, Orlando, Florida. the then very young United than by accurate historical ]more than Ireland to keep

) fearing the exhumation and commissioned as a successor of States. knowledge of his deeds and (Christianity and Western culture -

4d Little-Known Facts for CatholicsBy mutilation of his body, a groupof the Apostles or has been ordained Pope Pius XII clearly distinguishes President Kennedy, sojourning services. His contemporaries, i alive in the darkest cen-

M. J. MURRAY rigr.u3. '. .WC.1'....8.Tkt3" soldiers disinterred the bodyin to the Priesthood by a the two kinds of briefly in the country from those most competent to Judge, i turies.

2cA &AUrIFUhf..Y the dead of night, wrappedit sacrament of Holy Orders. priesthood: which his own forebears came gladly accorded him the Among those present at the

?C(NTUY roUT STANDS Eco4TrD in a mantle, and bore it ina "And no man takes the honorto "Only to the Apostles, and to America, went from Dublinto honor." session was Archbishop Giuseppe

M A SM&ISH CHUffCH.AUCltNT. canoe to th= center of the himself; he who takes it is henceforth to those on w h o m Wexford to place a wreathon Barry was born In County j Sensi, apostolic nuncio to

rn'7 ve' Mississippi. There they consigned called by God, as Aaron was" their successors have imposed a monument honoring Commodore Wexford in 1745 and arrived in ]Ireland.Catholic.

BUM6 the body of their general (Heb. 5,4)). hands, is granted the power of John Barry. Philadelphia as the second
ALPHABETKfADF to the bed of the river In the Catholic Church thereIs the Priesthood the visible There is a large and gleam- mate of an Irish vessel, when

( .) that he discovered.On the official Priesthood of external Priesthood of Jesus ing white monument to Commodore about 17 years of age, around
p:; MADE Barry in the heart of 1762. Hew a s a resident 0 f
MCVIokU,4M'ThC down Indiscriminately
September 10, 1543 aftera Orders and the priesthood of Christ Is not handed
PP.t. perilous journey by foot and the laity. to all membersof this Capital's downtown section Philadelphia and had "attaineda
( TWOOTCI WLILJ1ilLL but his principal monu- high place in his calling" at
on rough-hewn brigantines, the men and ban. the Church in general. but
I SHAU STANO 300 survivors reached Mexico tized people, by the indelible is conferred 0 n designated ments are in Philadelphia the time of the Revolution.
FOR A WHILE? character the where he died and was buried Barry, historians received -
and safety. Juan Ortiz the of sacramentsof men through what might be say
strange "Indian" discovered Orders and Baptism participate called the spiritual generationsof just ICO years ago. the Number One naval Pabliihed erery Friday

four ;years before at Tampa, in the Priesthood of Holy Orders qualifying News dispatches from Ire- commission from the second FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc.

;:: was not among them. Like 300 Christ, but in different ways. them to perform those official land noted that Commodore Continental Congress; fought P.O.lit B ra.x t 13)1 OUaUl Drlf GArdf., OrUul J-S4H
L 111 :i i f\; EARLzsr R1-coDD other brave men h e had a This is why St. Peter" ((1 acts of religion by which men Barry is called the Father of on both land and sea; showed Subscription in U.SJU and Canada
IhI /' \ I I Trxr of rue FIRST***rof the American ( writer ,
t \) I ine HAIL MAffY is inTH grave in the wilderness be- Peter 2:9)) and St. John (Apoc. are sanctified and God is duly Navy one marked heroism; was wounded, J I'.00 per year; other countries
: '..4 %1Iii.rc,._ j HASf KK THC FIKSTOM 1:6): ) refer to Christians as glorified used the term "founder"). and, whether or not he commanded '$5.00.:
u1t1 h( : 'i Alt SLJNWV hind.T h t' trackless .American Priests. The Priest of Orders "The fact that the faithful Not everyone has been the first U.S. warship of The the Florida Catholic Catholic Press I*Association a member

,' LPD1popsTG&'EGci'y cqrmc brush closed up behind the however, alone has the powerto participate in the Eucharistic willing to accord Barry this tc put to sea in the Revolution, and the National Catholic Welfare

-S CENTURY. invaders and breathed againIts govern, to teach, to administer sacrifice does not mean that title, but there Is ample reason was certainly engaged long before :and Cooterence.w.Martin. publishers'. Service.represtnta.tire. Doper.

4.L1Mi4TONY! primeval air. the sacraments, to changethe they are also endowed With for doing so, and histo that event in acquiring 1 Entered as second claw rnaiiay
bread and wine at Mass Priestly power rlanvriting soon after his and outfitting ships for the ;% 1. m at Orlando. Florida
With the end of the De Soto under the Act of March 3. 1171.
) into the true body and blood of "We must not forget that the death In 1803 gave it freely.
i\Z expedition, Spain's fourth great Navy.He
PADUA WAS or .. effort in "La Florida," there Christ, and to forgive sins. Priest acts for the people only Joseph Gum In his book Is buried In St. )Iar)''. <
The lay-priest has the rightto because he represents Jesus '"Commodore John Barry," published church yard In Philadelphia.
Father Yiareat
SoMtTIM KOW9' ( / f were yet no permanent settle- Smith
AS"7Nt4AM-1tR j ;.J 4 :. ments, and the mass of savages worship God as Father by Christ Hence. he goes to ; in 1933 said that among President Kennedy said in izeutiEditor
0,7VL HRCT/C still reason of Baptism, and to offerat the altar as the minister of i those who have worn the uniform Wexford that it was no coinci- Editor: Mi.. j*.. qula
1 were unconverted worshippers Mark A. HrllwlfJorph
ACCOUNT Of ,4"I 41fr of sun and sky. Mass the sacrifice of praise Christ inferior to Christ but i of America's fighting dence that Commodore Barry A. Kmlrr
HIS VIGOROUS FINAL LAVf M EfJSLAHD fR3AOpRAHIHG and expiation with the ordained superior to the people." (Pius ;fleet "Commodore John Barry "and a good many of his successors AdtertUinr Manager
CATHOLICS TO cH A CACCHOKSZ MHOST Nest Week: Priest and in union XII. Encyclical, MedIator I
----= VALVE WAS Mce 7)IAM5 DOLLARS.f What had been di>eo ered. with him. De!.") ;for he is rightfully known as part In the American struggle, Friday, July 5, 1963

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I Honors Students. .... Wished SuccessROME Stair-Glide Elevator

(NO Valerian Car-
Jf Rental el' F.:..jr Trrm.Write .
1 r.f$ linal I Gracias, Archbishop of for DrUlU '
VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI told the major \ tJ 1 ,1Ik 3ombay, has reported here MEYER & ASSOC.

and minor seminarians of the Rome Diocese that he had ,hat Pope Paul VI hoped that IIltt Cunningham Road.

received them in a special audience to make them "realize c .1 Jombay's November, 1964, In- Jacksonville lt. Florida

how much the Pope loves 4. ,ernational Eucharistic Con-
there Is room In the Church of
you. God for displays of affection 1 jress; would be a "great suc- U E'D A W0,0'DS;
Pope Paul .
expressed if free as It .. 1G :ess.
as we were were, -.a tom.
hope that they would all
per- STEER
from the obligation of that
"if! The Pope expressed his
severe in their vocations and ROOZ i
wealth of human :sentimentsand .wishes for the Congress "in
that there will be more voca- .
expressions which are cultivated 'V'" + i iz he midst of all the excitenent" -
tions In the Rome See. '
,,._. \
and shown so abundantly ,.
that followed the papal
The Pope added: .. f.
in secular life. lection, the Cardinal said.
"One ;-
might wonder whether "But it seems to me that ecclesiastical \" ,< Y,\, :, >.:,t" CHAftCOAt.: DFCtt' :>:D
life can also claim f \* .' ,:: Y Cardinal Gracias's throne at STEAKSFoot

St. the wealth of the humanheart's (r4 ; i (-- . he conclave was right next to .f Bearer f*I. lladurt
AugustineBudgeting : EL 4-'ISKbMlliLK ;
means of expression : f Pope Paul's.

and therefore show affection
b x..M
benevolence, cordiality and all

that is charity and is found -r r"S'T eQLtING :PH, Y' I

chiefly in the heart. -
I>r.v, Cmllr. Cigar and Camera Drpartm.at.
my heart. You are my semin- New officers of the Most Holy Redeemer Parish Holy Sawyer, president; Charles Hensel, installing officer; Fr.. Pickup and Delivery Luncheon and soda' Bar

0 r arians. You are the students of Name Society were installed recently at a Communion Michael Powers, Robert Bodine, and David Zinnamon. ZOJt niandlnc BId, K.V ,,'H-07S4 8-07J5
5S1* Jarnmr. K l. 'n
this blessed diocese which the breakfast. They are, from the left, Tony Panek, James Father Anthony :McGowan is pastor. 1). U. ASTF.KLI\a. Owner-Manager
Lord entrusts to my pastoralcare. .

And I must immediatelyassure Deadlines Chancellor of Milan Remarks UponIntellectandCourtesyofPope

therefore, that .
you you N>w stories from any no or re SCHOOLSROSARIAN
are in my thoughts, that I follow should reach "The Florida Catholic"
office no later than Monday; new"
you, that I pray for you pictures should reach the editor by Paul
? and that I shall be happy to Friday for publication In the fol- ;
lowing Friday' issue. ACADEMYResident
know you and visit you.
Pope Paul also spoke to the SarasotaST. By Monsignor James I. TucekMILAN and day school for ,girl, on shores of beautiful

Use Our Low Cost students about their coming (NC)-Monsignor Ernesto Basadonna, chancellor of the Archdiocese of lake Worth. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited New

summer vacations and said MARTHA Milan. has noted two personal.. traits which he believes will characterize the reign of buildings. All sports!!, music, art, dramatics Directed by
n' Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar,
Miss Donna Zilles of St.
these be fruitful for the Paul intellectual gifts
Checking Plan can Pope Pope Paul during the eight i his own hands, he said, and ROSAUIAX ACADEMY, WEST PALM REACH
Martha parish has been advised
formation of candidatesfor
young and charity. years hew a s Archbishop of during Lent he would visit

You can keep an accu the Priesthood.McDONALD'S. by the Duquesne Univer- Monsignor Basadonna served Milan. He said his former institutions of the poor and the
sity committee for the Carroll
Archbishop was always grate- sick and speak to the people ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident
in creative
rate record of your spend- Scholarship writing San Antonio
ful for even the smallest thing. there from a kneeling position.
that she has been named the and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully
{ ing and really keep to recipient of its annual awardof HOLY NAMEThe Pope Paul will be-as he was Asked, why Cardinal Mon- accredited. Program includes: college and general
in Milan tini knelt while preaching,
your budget with our a $300 scholarship for the weekend retreat, June an courses music art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy
19G3-64 school year. 28-30 held at the Holy Name worker said Monsignor Basa Monsignor Basadonna replied Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa, Florida.
simple i l checking account REXALL STORE donna. matter of factly; "Because the
The award is made to the Priory, San Antonio, was
remain- "First of all," he said, "he poor are Christ, of course"
student who shows the most filled to capacity. The
system. 47 King StreetST. promise in the field of creative ing five retreats will be held has vast intelligence and learn- When Archbishop Montini SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
which encompasses later Cardinal, now Pope-ar-
ing immediately
St. Augustine writing. for the, various areas on the SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
AUGUSTINEVA and it rived in Milan in 1955: ,
Miss Zilles is a graduate of following dates: a problem gives January Resident and Day School for lirls, Grade 7-12

National Bank St. Martha's grade school in July 12-14: St. Petersburg, universal application. Monsignor Basadonna said, "he Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited
he is ofsupreme was confronted with colossal Music Art Dramatics Tennis! SwimmingFor
Sarasota and of Holy N a m e Gulfport. "Secondly, a man -
4.1687 courtesyhich is problems! with the archdiocese's further particulars address: Sister Directress
Service Academy of San Antonio, Flor July 16-18: midweek-open to !
almost four million
ida. all areas. based! on true Christian dim

July 1921: Tampa ity." faithful."

IN TAMPA. JacksonvilleK July 26.28: Southwest and Of the Pope's working habits, lIe set about attempting to SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN

ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE CFlorida West Coastal cities.Retreatmasters the Priest noted: solve them with calm and BEACH
aplomb, systematically and intelligently Resident! and day school for Rlr! -jcr* follows "He has the of accomplishing
Dr. are as gift ,
HOTELDIRECTLY state deputy, groundi In a hilly and plrturmqiie rrgloa. large wlmmlnc pool.
HILLSBORO Lawrence J. Jones announcedthe : Father William J. CollinsC.SS.R. much while giving the said the Priest, Tennis court. Other parts farlllllrc. Mu.Ir art, dancing and drmnatlrB.
conducted by the s|.ter' of Saint Jonrph. For further Information
ACROSS THE STREET FROM 5-7 and 19- impression of unhurried calm. adding:
appointment of WilliamJ. July July apply to: Sister. IHrrrtm, Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen llrarh.
SACRED HEART CHURCH Bagley, immediate past 21. Father Larion Elliot SJ., He has always preferred not "He was the first to institutea

grand knight of the Father July 12-1-1. Father C. Mallen to hurry a visitor away; a diocese-wide simultaneous

Maher Council, No. 648, to the I C.SS.R., July 2628. practice which compelled him mission in the parishes, something
GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES post of council activity chairman Parish representatives may almost daily to defer his desk which was later done in HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN

for the state council six be contacted for reservations.Dates work to the late hours of the other parts of Italy. The mis- ANTONIO
sion, one and a half years in
have been assigned to a night.
point program. Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters!
Mr Bagley is a 4th degree, great many parishes in the dioceses A s Archbishop o f Milan, preparation and three weeksin
? execution, employed 500 Resident and day school for girls Grades nine tlH'UII h
member of the K of C. and a however, if that date :Monsignor: Basadonna recalled,
distributed preachers and was held also in twelve Academic and commercial courses! and |>iivatcclasses
member of San Jose parish, conflicts, another date can be Pope Paul at Christmas -
JUST TWO BLOCKS FROMST. Jacksop yille. I reserved. food to the poor withBusiness 170 factories and shops. ", in the fine arts are offered Extensive: campus with

PATRICK'S PARISH AND, SCHOOL "He also instituted a di- private lake in a healthful location provides oppoitunity
ocese-uide program of liturgical for all sports.
Satellites Boost
HUGH EDWARDS INC.N. Space i education He himself 1 C'J1I ACCREDITED
W preached almost weekly, withgreat For further information addressSISTER

E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street Scientist Maintains depth of content and REGISTRAR

Georgetown skill of delivery."

In the matter of languages,

PORTLAND, Oregon (NC-Practical results of the United States space satellite Monsignor Basadonna said, MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANSSCHOOL

FOR BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USE I program have already given this country its money back, Father Francis J. HeydenS.J. Pope Paul speaks, besides his

., of Georgetown University in Washington D.C., has said here. He is an advisor to native Italian, perfect French

Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite Crucifix Found the national space agency.In itational fields, to engineers of and a passable English, but he
an interview, he expounded has a good reading knowledgeof
the U.S. space program. He has Resident school for 5 9. Located
& Hi-Calcium Lime on his observation. He was English. boys grades through on
been a member of geographic beautiful East Lake, Tampa. Ample facilities. Enriched academic
Mt. Everest in Portland to fill a speaking
eclipse expeditions to several curriculum. Extensive music and sports programs.
engagement at the Oregon Iu- of the world and will be LOUIS W. PETERSON
LONDON (NC)-A memberof parts Write for descriptive catalog.REV. .
CRYSTAL RIVER INC. seum of Science and Industry. in charge of an Air Force observation Agent for
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the American RerlinEer IIro, Inc. FATHER DIRECTORP.
Construction, transportation -
Maine for .
station in ::
below )1.r"- III1.r Candle ('o.. In<>
found crucifix -100 feet .
Phone Crystal River, Florida 7952409OR the Himalayan a mountain's agriculture and enteitainment an eclipse: due July 20. I.tSarramrntnl.(). 4103 Carrolllon M"in. .'Station''f'arT Box H, Tampa 5, Florida
YOUR SPREADER SERVICE are among :1 r e a "ihdpt'd
summit. Father Heyden suggestedthat New Orleans, LouUlanaPURE
satellite oWivations -
James Whittaker of Red by the Russian space programwas ALTAR WINES
which "woith bile
mond, Washington, said that are behind in "the effort for
lions" to industry, the Priest
the crucifix wa left by an miniaturization of equipment""This

Indian party in 1962."I Die id. combines engineeringand s Two Year

took it to the summit In weather information scientific people into projects 1 Liberal ArtsProgram

l he said, "and still hate it alone, he said, the satellite program which give the U. S. program

'. .1... .'}bc :; now." is serving "almost every a greater variety than followed by
: := --7- \ i industry in the orld.." He said: Largest Prescription
his the
(). \.!..,t' ". t1 t1L I Asked what feelingswere the Russian program, said Pharmacy la the South
.V. on reaching the summit "The weather satellite program Priest.If I appreciate jour patronage ,
he said: "There are no words has given us informationfor the Russians are aheadin Free Delivery FK 4-idll j41t

dldOAL ( < 1\1'1\ for it. I just stood there numb the first time about the the launching:: of large:: Huntington Bldg. Miami
and quiet." exchange of weather back and a
Whittaker flew home from forth across the equator. It satellites it Is! because they Junior ,il YearAbroad
TMC .TO". VWITH THE PLOItlDA FLAH. I are "making fewer irons iceboxes
riAZAORLANl11K roo here with i three other members will take away the necessityfor "
,\ and television sets' ,
0 f the American team, ground weather stations all
\ I .1 Luther G. Jerstad of Eugene over the world." said Father hey'den. Pans Rome -London- Barcelona
; \ 1 teaches Referring to the lack of in
,\ \ Oregon; Barry W. Prather of Father Heyden
\1 Ellenburg, Washington; and classes in celestial mechanics, formation about soviet manned MARYM01T COLLEGEFOR

\} \ Barry C. Bishop of Washington which he described as the science -orbital flights, he saidVe IXC.

D.C. of bodies moving in graVe, really don't know just what Since 1925

they're doing up there except Your PhoneIs WOMENin

going around and eating pie.: Your Charge AccountJA Boca Raton, Florida

Father Heyden said he had .31 Conducted! br Hit tififiotiiot
tkt Sacred Heart
seen no real evidence of the Ft. Laudcrdala of Mary

k7. possibility of life in other Pompano Beach

parts of the solar system"thatis

the living cell as we know

it, with the same vital law."

"I wonder do we have the Cook-out, mom-style

same vital law throughoutspace '
?" he added. t

As for inter-planetary communication ,

.."..- .. Father He'deI1said t t, 1' .

: attempts had been made U

7'w. r ; pick up radio signals fro m rr
., j jh 8
ac ,;:, outer space.
"The trouble is," he said
1 : )
.. "we're limited to the speed o' o tN f 3r
light. We might ask: 'When e frs
-r" are you?' and 400 years later.a ti i
J '
: reply would come: 'Ou.here'
', -<- Cab *r Boy 8.*at. Brw.l .r Girl 8evt. ball teams el.b. .r chvrch gr.ap. a treat they'll
., r, V 1'. Ur. Try U mod He! %..11.e$ fast, ..nrt..a..rrlc. tb. tAiU*t feM at price that pl.....
h. \ Father Heyden spoke of thiI

_. .: '! '1:.' I practicality of the space prcI took for the golden arches

J _,H' r' '... ,>>,ji...... *I gram adding "sometimes som f

[ i> :.:'_ _; .__,:- ___ .... ._ __ I people think something i:
I I I IS A FAMILY AFFAIR... '&: '"' H "' v" practical only if it make: Me DonaId-

Father James F. Gloekler (left) of Sacred Heart "People who complain abou t t ,

._ CENTRAL FLORIDA'S FINEST Parish in Pinellas Park presents a trophy to Yanchy spending large amounts o f ;J..k-ndl.lfO ath, J'a..d. 'ta. .' HrtelUn :P rfc St. IVtrrsburcBishop

Lacska, who had the best paper in a recent altar boy money in the space prograr 11 '":tJltKf ',", O NEAR Vovr

DEPARTMENT STORE and vocation contest. The presentation was made at a would waste more on somEthing J.i\no: alJi, ,_- ra ll.r WI,,",,. Jb n :* Orja t 4t -J k'1.11a4. (1e TWat, l'!

dinner for the boys and their parents. else," he thought.


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v.- .. Bishop Extols
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Holy Father's Human Side : f ; "Ch', : ,th.Or' "" : : : '" 'l" d' Catholics For

.. ,
Brings Cardinal's/ Comment Foreign Aid

Canadian Named For Convicts

VATICAN CITY (NC) Franziskus Cardinal Koenig, VATICAN CITY (XC)-Monsignor VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope ll.lllltlXCiTO.V PARK, XrwJersey

I Archbishop of Vienna, has described how Pope Paul VI .. William Carew of SaintJ Paul VI ordered a special Sun (NT) -Auxiliary Bish-

demonstrated personal warmth to the Cardinals immediately .If{' o h n's, Newfoundland, has day dinner for all of Italy's op Lawrence Graziano O.F.M.,
after election. .. t been named to succeed newly- convicts and special dessertsfor of Santa Ana El Salvador, said

The Cardinal said: lege to embrace them. This consecrated Bishop Thomas thousands of sick childrento that garments allocated to that

"After the election, we Car- too was a very affable gesture i '4. Ryan of Clonfert, Ireland, as mark his coronation on country in one year throughthe

dinals went in to lunch together which shows us a very .., ., head of the Vatican State Seer June 30.Vatican. world-wide relief agencyof
human side"The eta r i a t's Englishlanguagedesk. Radio said that the U. S. Catholics provided
and sat according to our Cardinal from Vienna
place in the conclave. The Pope gave instructions that 110,000 people with three
said that Paul VI'schoice
Pope funds be provided so that all
changes of clothing.
new Pope appeared dressed in
white. He sat at the place that of name shows "that he 20,000 Messages jails in Italy could I have a The clothing is contributedby

he had occupied as a Cardinal sees in Christianity the dutyof -j 'O.TIt"CIT: \- (XC)-The special banquet on coronationday U. S. Catholics in the annual .
uniting peoples and of -
instead of at the head of the papal secretariat of state has for their prisoners.At Thanksgiving\ : Clothing

table. That place was assignedto peace. received more than 20,000 let- the same time, the Pope Collection sponsored by Catholic
said that
Cardinal Koenig
Eugene Cardinal Tisserant ters, cables and other mes- ordered special desserts servedto Relief Services-National
the choice of "is made
a name
children in Rome's Bam
Dean of the Sacred College of fR sages of congratulations on the the Catholic Welfare Conference.
Cardinals. This surely was a not for a historical "reason but election of Pope Paul VI. Vatican bino Gesu hospital and to all Bishop Graziano, a native ofMt.

warm gesture. rather for an ideal. 7. ttdd. Radio said they came from the crippled children who are Vernon, New York, heads

"I personally see In this all of the world and from in hospitals in Rome, Milan, the Catholic Charities
"After lunch, he invited all choice above all a reference to AWARD WINNERS FROM ST. MARGARET MARY SCHOOL, WINTER PARK parts programin
the Cardinals to pose for a Sacred Scripture, to the universal The following students of St. :Margaret :Mary School in Winter Park won out- people in every walk of life. Pessano-a small town near El Salvador He said that
Milan and
Inverigo near
group photograph. Later, he and open figure of St. standing awards during the past school year, from the left, Cathy Maher, Susan Dutch Te Deum Como.- none"more of serious the country's than the needs need: I is

greeted personally every one Paul." Rozmus, :Mary Willson, Peggy McCourt, and Albert Kunze. UTHKCHT "
; for food.
of the persons who had taken .. .. Heads University
(NO)-The Dutch Bishops havewritten While I I visiting: relative
part in the conclave, even the MJMKCKX: : The X etherLuid -
Pontiff Lauds AmericaFor a pastoral letter ordering here. the Iti-hop i is also try.
servants. He had a kind .. (XC) An English
Chu ch. in US the singing of a Te Deum lug to make arrangement
for each one. scholar, T. A. Birrell, has been
"During the first solemn Devotion to Papacy hymn of thanksgiving- in named rector magnificus of the for a hot lunch program for
all Catholic churches f the El:
obedience 0 luctUoO< ( school children in
of the Cardinals in Dutch Catholic University of
Netherlands to mark the elec
the Sistine Chapel, B S they VATICAN CITY (NC)-"The Catholics of the United tion of Nijmegen. A professor of English -
Paul VI.
Editor Named In-Law Problems Pope For many of the children,
came to the throne one at a and literature he
States language ,
have been outstanding for their devoted loyalty to The Bishops i also wrote
time, they kissed the ring of TUCSOX (XC)-Father Vincent WEST PALM: BEACH (XC) : succeeds H. J. Lammers. the meal they will receive
the successors of St. Peter, Pope Paul VI told a group of "We are still deeply impressed through the Charities and
the Holy Father and embracedhim. -Father Damian Reid C.P. of
J. Hope has been appointed -
American pilgrims at one of his first audiences since his b y the goodness wehave Provincial Reelected CHS-NCWC programs will be
by Bishop Francis J. Greenof West Palm Beach, retreat master -
"He came down from the Tuscon to serve as associate and marriage counselor, election to the papacy. discovered in the man XIACJAKA FALLS, Ontario their only substantial meal of

throne when he aavr the older editor of the Arizona Register, has begun to discuss the prob- The Pope praised Americans, unity and agelessness of the Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli (the (XC) Father Brendan Gil- the day, the Bishop aid,

members of the Sacred ColA diocesan lems of in-law relations in a who have been "singularly gen Church. late Pope John XXIII), but the more 0. Carm., has been re- "Many of our people have
newspaper. series of four talks for the erous to the Church and its "And here, at the tomb of new Pope has the right to be elected head of the CarmeliteFathers' nothing more t h a one-room

Student Center "Hour of the Crucified" radio missionary activity." "Your St. Peter, we traverse centuries good in a different way. Are Canadian American huts for entire families," the

4aIJ )dn! ... program. :young men and women are to return to the timesof there ever two people who resemble province for a second three- Bishop said. "Except for our
L4CROSSEWisconsin (XC) giving of their talents in every the Apostles Peter and Paul. each other like two term. parish dispensaries and visiting -
Father Reid said that while year
H. Crab-Bendel L. Bennett -Catholic students at La of the world the The lessons that one learns drops of ?
the popular conception of in- part Pope water The province includes muchof doctors, medical care is
Ambulance Service Crosse State College selected told the here are precious, and are an "We have
pilgrims. a new Pope nOa the United States, and partsof almost l nonexistent. Floursacks
law relations is on the comedy
VA Roncalli Student Center, in
side, the situation often resultsin Pope Paul spoke In English encouragement to imitate new 'man,' but not a new Canada, Peru and Chile. are used for clothing."
ST. AUGUSTINE honor of Pope John XXIII, as
heroic men and women venerated The
same Holy Spirit
tragedy. Marriages have to the audience for close:' papacy.
the name for the building and to 400 pilgrims who had in the many churchesof will lead the Church of Christ
been broken and homes shat-
chapel 0 f the La Crosse diocese's tered as a result of in-law in- come to Home for the beatification this holy city." but through a different serv JOHN S. RHODES JR.
student center now un- ,
Pope Paul then told the pil- ant.
of Bishop John Xeu-
terference, he said.
der construction. His remaining talks are mann of Philadelphia, which grims, most of them from FUNERAL DIRECTOR

scheduled for Sundays, July had been scheduled) for June Philadelphia: Papal AudienceVATICAN
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Crucified" program is produced postponed by the illness and all citizens of the United Paul VI received former Vice

MOR by the Passionist Fathers death of Pope. John. States Our greetings. We have President Richard M. Nixon in

MONUMENT, in West Springfield, "We are very happy to greet visited your noble country and private audience on June 28. GRIFFITH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME

& CO. Massachusetts. you," he said, "Our beloved We have experienced per- Mr. Nixon-accompanied by AMBULANCE SERVICE

V__ Jl4 .""M..'" children from the United sonally your sincere and warm Archbishop Martin J. O'Connor,

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ST. PETERSBURG 509 So. Dale Mabry Tampa (XC)-Father Remhert George your venerated Bishop Neu- and the rich blessings! of Paul in the Pontiff's private

Weakland O.S.B., 36, has been mann raised to the honors of natural resources have made library for more than 15 min-
---- -. the altar." utes.: After the audience
elected coadjutor archabbot of 3ours a prosperous! laud. In private

PHONE 877-7524 St. Vincent's archabbey here. "We understand:; your keen your abundance you have not Pope Paul received Mrs. Conditioned Chapel Parking Lot

He will assist Archabbot Denis disappointment upon learningof forgotten less fortunate peoples Nixon and the Nixon daughters FOSTER E. HEATH Funeral Director

A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL O. Strittmatter O.S.B., who, be- the postponement o f the and to them and to new Patricia 17, and Julie, 14. AMBULANCE SERVICE

3809 N. ARMENIA AVE. cause of ill health, secured per- .ceremony 0 f beatification emerging nations you have After the audience, Mr.\ Lakeland, Florida Phone 682.0111

TAMPA 7, FLORIDA mission from the Holy See for which would have given to the git'en valuable assistance." Nixon lauded the Pope, saying

election of a coadjutor. world yet another example of Pope Paul concluded: that he "has a very broad understanding

Coadjutor Archabbot Weak- heroic virtue nurtured on "We are mindful, too, of Our not only of the Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.

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den; G. A. Shepp treasurer; -- .

Bobbitt Funeral Chapel f, Clete Huhn, recorder; "t.. ,

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Paul the Sisters of St. Francis of Jf'o-the: postulants above_ Kennedy & Halnlin1rJ

Pope Expresses Joy AHegany, :x f'nYork, from Mere among 42 youngom.

left are, front row, Sister. en who were invented. and ffiQJMrIf[ :

I It At Civil Maturity in AfricaVATICAN .lanette Patrice, daughter of Mill .spend: a year and a day

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4XIO Central Atrnu* St. I'rtersbarg ton of Sacred Heart parish, Francis! and living in the
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still remember with
The Pope spoke in Englishat cor- parish, Orlando; Veronica of the Third Order of St.
Serving St. Petersburg Families For 40 Years diality the reception 0 f the
an audience granted to 70 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mho Ma assisted.: at SERVICING
civil authorities and the friend-
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country a year ago when he daughter of )Ir. and 3Irs.Wiley The Aliexanj' Franciscansstaff
"We Mill have before :
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.. ,'..- days in the African nation during MhooK But first and mostimportant Mr. and Mr. Edmund burg and parochial schoolsin SINCE 1916

"I" J his tour of the continent, unions Our mem- Snioak: of St. Joseph parish, the Diocese of St.ugus..
'iies in. that of the kindness
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piety and affability
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missioners and inspect Catholic Catholics' Algeria.." of St. JudeV BEACH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOMES'w.

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Pope Paul recalled his visit, "We welcome with admiration their first vows of jMnerty, !i Petersburg*..... SCa.3577 BILLY GROOMS,
Rhodes East Chapel 4th St. & 7th Ave. North 862-5155 saying: "\\e still carry in Our and joy the awakening of chastity and obedience on SEMINOLE BEACH
memory and in Our heart the Africa to civil maturity and July 3 at the St. Elizabethnuitherhouse MEMORIAL CHAPEL 736 S. BEACH 543 HALIFAX

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ORLANDO The Florida Catholic, Friday, ;July 5, 1963 Page Severn

FAIRVIEW Cruel Blows of 50s Bent Back Of Joe Williams ORLANDO

Cleaners Dependable &Fabric LaundryFeaturing; Care Church under Czechoslovak Reds Open Champion Just Hits JIM FURNITUREOFFICE BLAKEOFFICE SUPPLY

<4315 Edgewater Drn Orlando I MUNICH (NC)The llth centenary of the arrival of made part of a new indepen- The Ball without Delay SUPPLIES

Sts. Cyril and Methodius, the apostles to the Slavs, on a s dent "Orthodox Church of 311 7-2652

their mission to what is today Czechoslovakia finds the Czechoslovakia." does it. And the faster the better. That's Big 6M ORANGE Al ., W.P.

Children'sClothes yoke of atheistic materialism so effective that the heartland Bishop Pavol Gojdic.of Presov EASY your new Open golf champion. Make him your

I of the Slavic world is was arrested, and finally model. 14k. Religious Items
Line icnary 01 me Cyrilllethodiusmission died in jail in July, 1960. His
again missionary territory.For .
as a real aspect for the You'll never tire and you'll have plenty of time to shake. Sterling

Finest In communist Czechoslovakia auxiliary Bishop Vasyl Hopko, ___:_:____ _:_ Next to Pnblix
Clothing progress of European culture exiled. off the pernicious effects 01 fresh air and
the 11th centenary has was Drive
For Girls & Boys and of social progress. A purely exercise. Julius Nicholas Boros makes golf 2300 Edgewater
only "scientific significance. Thus in all Czechoslovakiathere
802% Edftwatrr Dr. GA 4-7718 religious explanation, regard- look and coordination. That's
The newspaper Pravda, in the is only one Bishop who
less of its source, only pre- the basic secret of But do it the
Slovakian capital of Bratislava, .is an Ordinary, Bishop Lazik, golf. why
I wrote last March 16: serves medieval legends. r.a of the apostolic administrationof hard way? Picture golfers you can buy in

RAY MEARS "It is necessary to point out Despite the official line thus Trnava. Two other Bishops the flea market. Big Julie is an original. IT WITH FLOWERS
expressed by the regime
that only few 'scientists con- Byzantine-Slav rite Catholics have relative freedom. They Stereotypes swing with "effortless grace." COLLEGE PARK

JEWELERS are ,Bishop! Frantisek Tomasek, Indolent slumberous
observed the saints' feast last : languid-that's Big FLORISTFLOWERS

Let'aUy Owned and OperaUd By This article is based! on in. May. Pope John XXIII wrotea 1y former Auxiliary of Olomouc, Julie's swing. So he's the oldest guy ever BY WIRE

P. F. LAN MJKSEr formation Touched for as re- special apostolic letter for who was jailed for a time, and to win the Open? Big deal! With his dis- r
$1 Tear !. Jewtlrjr Business is now doing parish work, and 2120 Edgewater-GA 3-5771
liable. The author III! unnamed the occasion. The feast day Is ciplined power and delicacy of touch he Orlando Nite GA 2-0894
Bishop Necsey, the administrator -
WATCH REPAIR as a safeguard against observed i nth e western ought to outlast Satchel Paige, Early I
of Nitra. Those three at-
JEWELRY REPAIR reprisal. Church on July 7. tended the first session of the Wynn and Warren Spahn put together. It's the double-

DIAMONDSENGRAVING The late Pope John In his Second Vatican Council last header, the 36-hole windup on final day, that usually poops I Gary's Duck Inn

letter to the Slav Bishops : th 1"\
sider the religious motives of fall. pappy guys: *" a Vp ll.
WATCHES the festivities of the 11th cen- voiced the hope that the centenary ; Big Julie admitted he was laus also beat him rather decisively GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE
Along with the imprisonment -
would be celebrated tired. Of course he was. But a year ago. Palmer FINEST SEAFOOD AND

JEWELRY with religious observances, -- -y or otherwise tight not from the long day in the didn't get a bird until the ROAST BEEF ANYWHEREPhone

Phone GA 2-3652 WALTER BIENGES so that "these two apostlesmay EXILED BY REDS clamp on the Bishops, a large sun. It was the snail-like pace. ninth, was three back at the GA 4-4531
number the Priests havebeen
Clothier To MenThe in some way return to Archbishop Josef Bernn, of Most refreshing, if not turn, and stayed there. 3974 So. Or. BI. Trail

1JfI EMS Finest In It"n'sVear honor among jour people"and above', the primary leader of imprisoned for various most remarkable thing; about Palmer failed to make It
have been
zoo X. ORANGE A'.E. "the Christian religion the Catholics in Czechoslovakia periods. Others your new Open champion is close In the Masters, backed

14 N. Ave. Across From St. James may be preserved intact.'* was interned in 1919. He deprived of their status; all the decisive, positive quality into the recent Thunderbirdand LrDIAPER

Orange But in none of the tradi- was exiled to a monastery in work as laborers. of his play. He simply walks barely got into the Open ...

tionally Catholic regions of southern Moravia more than a The communist regime has up to the ball and strokes it. playoff; in sum, by his standards SERVICE l

Europe now under Red dom decade ago.Infamous sought to split the Church he is having a tough sea-
Why not live In Monterey or lOadoUrook Acres? By some drastic process of Jot E. tcosiNQP! arlr
ination is the Christian religion since the beginning, and with son.
We hare a home designed for your family reasoning he feels that oncea
less intact than in Czech. some measure of success. Not ball is teed ended its o rvtrr wwt tmtn n$Ubl.unsuna.
up, or ''
01Araf '
Leopoldov penitentiary : .NA\>tkUS t M ,..,
oslovakia. content to split the majorityof fO* !y I XUITM
DEMETREE BUILDERS roll, it isn't going to move, nor Complete Pest Control .. usual M8MIMZII 0!lA PU tAILS
in Slovakia and was off from contact POt'snUD 0"-
Bishops Is the target, save for a natural LEWIS-COSSEXTERMINATING .YOU MIM lurlld
Modern Martyrs then released! in I960.-a beat with their Priests and peopleit
5307 East Colonial Drive! CK 7-1922 phenomenon such as a quake, CO. nrrt
en man. Xow only 58 years has abolished the Catholic 422-1177
volcanic eruption, or misguided
1146 LerMs
old, he is retired to a home Catholic Incorporated
14 million inhabitants.The schools and the press,
nearly bulldozer.
ISIS Wilfred Dr.-P.O. Box S148
major divisions constitutethe for aged Priests. and isolated people from the Fastest golfer we ever saw Orlando 241-3+05 MrwiM t nun urutt tHomn AUM.
THOMSON & McKINNONIN The only other Czech See laHradec Priests.
western part of the coun- was George Duncan, brilliant .
tryBohemia, Moravia and Kralove, whose last And it has played u pol d Scotsman and once-ln-a-whlle ---
ORLANDO SINCE 1924 ordinary Bishop Morlc Picha,
part of Silesia-where the majority linguistic and regional animosities visitor to our shores: If hedidn't PARISHIONERS !
Member New York Stock Exchange of the people speak died in 1056. to abet its campaign. found the "Miss 'Em
The metropolitan see of Mo-
Czech, and the. eastern part, Religious orders and congre- Quick" school he was a charter
and other principal exchanges ravia, Olomouc, is also vacant. We Have Resumed Our Home Delivery Routes!
Slovakia, whose 4.5 million people gations have been suppressed, member. Gene Sarazen was alsoa
Its Archbishop Josef Matocha

CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2-7183 What speak statistics Slovak.are available died In November, 1961, after sloth.speedster.Today's Bob Doug Jones Ford was can'twait. no Farm Fresh Milk From Our Own Prize Winning

having been interned at his
indicate that 75 per cent of the .

people of Czechoslovakia are residence for 11 years. Young Jack CUpit, who fin. JERSEY cows ..
ORANGE COUNTY His auxiliary, Bishop Stan-
nominally Roman Catholics, fished second to Big Julie in

; BERG VAULT Co. with Slovakia traditionally islav Zela, was sentenced to a : Sunday's triple playoff, Phone CY CY 5-2129 w
25-year prison term in 1950. W j2UG

Catholic to an overwhelmingdegree. threatens to Join the mother JERSEY DAIRY
SINCE 1946-AIR SEALED Presumably he remains in 'Jail.
hens, especially 0 nth e
REINFORCED CONCRETE Another auxiliary, not recog--
The country has two arch- ,greens.: You may have caughthis
nized by the government, is in
BURIAL VAULTS dioceses, 10 dioceses, and two act on TV.
charge of a small parish.
jurisdictions known as apos- What happened to Arnold
Shea. Only The Tlntst Ii Good KnoujhTo
Bo Sure REQUKST IT tolic administrations. Fate Not Known Palmer? Well stomach distress

AL MC8ZYX8KI JR.. Owner Member St. JamfiMARYLAND But since the communists 0 C certainly isn't conducive to Savings deposited by the tenth of the month earn interest

took over the government in The Bishop of the other Moravian spectacular golf and the dis-
from the first of the monthl
of Brno
See the Diocese ,
1948, the Christian shepherdshave tress was real enough. Presume

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COMPLETE DINNERS TO GO confined to his residence for a k
two-thirds of the that time
four holes. But by :etas
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country free to govern hisdiocese. long time, and then finally he was hopelessly out 0 f it,

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remains unknown. FOUR PER CENT ,
leader of the -
$1.00Shrimp The primary inhibited.
Fish Dinner situation in Slovakia Is
Czech Catholics, ArchbishopJosef The BISIIOP IN JAILroraTJa's This is his second consecutive per annum guaranteed interest paid of Certificateof
$1.15 follows In the apostolic
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March of 1962.
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THE VIRTUE OF BIGNESSWhat to a 25-year prison termin was sentenced to a!21- ( decree said the meatless here has agreed to transportsome
in 1931.;
year prison 90 students to Catholic
are the virtues of bigness? What advantages are 195-1\ day would apply to hotels and
Xow 85: he remains impeded.His and schools that'f It
high grammar why pays to start
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Variety Many More! selling the same type! of mer- auxiliary, Bishop Stefan tourists). starting in September. your youngster'i insurance

chandL'e Rive the shopper an extremely wide selection of Barnas, is exiled Jpm the See. High school students will be a plan when he's still a tot. It

price and model" BILL BARDOEFORD The remaining Slovak diocese, Friday IgnoredThe given a full ride to Our Ladyof costs so little, and it builds,
Economy Many stores selling; the same type of merchandise Banska Bystrica, has Qcen'Ya- the Lake Regional High
in builds, builds! Endowment or
resulting ,,
situation decree
creates competitive meatless-Thursday
a very FACTORY DEALER cant for more than a decade. School in nearby Sparta. Last
lower prices. was Just another step. But other life policies by Nation

Time Saving One-stop shopping. SAVE ON YOUR Church Bled of Vitality the communist regime had year these students were trans- wide cost so little, and assure

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'}:ait. much earlier appeared to have a your
Czechoslovakia's only
4000 cars at Colonial Plat to make their way to Our Ladyof
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More and Better Customer Service Ph. ern the Lake on their own.
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biped efforts to compete with other shopping areas resultsin '," the government In 1950 and eliminated, and the .with new ideal for A new era.

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:. ........, ......, Pope on Dignified ReportsVATICAN
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T" : "I
H4 ; v CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI praised the press which will satisfy your thirst

for its coverage of Pope John's death and the conclave, for news and your need for

and told newsmen he will do all he can to help them cover rapidity of transmission .
and understand the coming,second session of the ecumenical v ; jr "We will help you also, al-

Qg 9. x council. ways according to Our possibilities -
siderate and benevolent toward to understand the real
;F rtz The Pope greeted membersof
the press as "colleagues andfriends" the Holy See, We give It will- { r nature and the spirit of events

a when he received ingly the reward of Our public r- which must not be guided

sty, u t ,. d. about 1000 newsmen in an- audience recognition and Our gratitude. llit as sometimes happens, by the
M? M I in the Vatican's Clemen- Apostolic Ministry Related judgments which Inspire and
' tine Hall. Pope Paul observed that classify the matters of the
? .y y Responding to brief greetingsof there is a comparison between Church according to secular or

spokesmen for the foreignand "the relations, existing or pos- political categories .

c Italian press associations, sible, of Our apostolic ministryand "All this, gentlemen will tell
; Pope Paul spoke in Italian, your profession as journ- you how much We wish that

the relations between Our ministry
thanking them for their serv- alists.

F A ices to the Church and express- He added that he would not and your profession be-
: r
: '2 ing his appreciation 0 f the go into the subject in this discourse r 1Y tween the Holy See and the

problems of their tasks. seeming to promise a national and internationalpress

further development of the between Our person and
f 4 ? The. Pope singled out two
4 t 4++ later time. R t be friendly and
recent e-ents-the death of matter at a you may

' 1'N t' '" Pope John and the conclaveto Then he recalled that his k : f iii loyal, in mutual understandingand

? aI compliment the journalists father, Giorgio Montini, was a consideration, and be reciprocally -
journalist and that this made beneficial and satis
the world"hl'h
I for a report to r
,, whole him feel a special affinity to W factory."
Fi \\ was on reverent.the so those In the audience. He said: LT__ .ff_ .0' _'I___- _,......-#._, _
! ; dignified and
"It Is true that Our father
p ri. 1k He said the press and other Five Bishops
w communications media in reporting was a journalist of another Pope Paul VI offered Mass in the Ambrosian Rite,

? the death of Pope John time,.and for many )-ears editor June 29, for a group of pilgrims from his former Arch-

I qKA 'S "moved the world and transformed of a modest but coura. diocese in Milan Here, he waves to them outside the Named By
provincial .daily.
the sad and inexorable geous Church of San Carlo al Corso, where he celebrated the
"But, were We asked to
yi event into a chorus of senti- say by what professional con- ancient Ambrosian Rite, used only in Mil in archdioceseand Pope Paul!

ments and voices which revealed a few places nearby.
sciousness hew a s animatedand
in its full of
measure by what moral virtues he VATICAN ("IT' (XO)-Pope
the human
singular greatness was sustained, We believe that, sustained applause burst from that the anxiety of the Ai>ostle Paul VI has named five new

.lr f.t and evangelical" goodness of without being swayed by affection the journalists that the Pope of the Gentiles for universal Bishops, including three Cana

Ih: Y : the dying Pope. We could trace the could not continue his discourse evangelization is from this day dians, in the fin episcopal ap
Then he asked: "Should We
profile of a person who con- for several minutes. forward in our heart while pointments of his pontificate.

, : .. .4. ?' attenuate the expression of Our sidered the press as a splendidand Pope Paul noted that he had We humbly pray that throughhis Father Laurent Noel, vice

gratitude because of the many courageous mission in the another claim to affinity with intercession, he will makeit superior:; of the Quebec major
flights of fancy the inaccuracies
kIk and service of truth, democracyand the journalists by reason of inextinguishable active and seminary, and Father Norman

untimely comments progress, in a word, in the the name Paul which he had efficacious. Joseph Gallagher, CanadianAir
which have been in
P may seen
service of the public welfare. taken. """p pray furthermore that Force chaplain, were both
the and interpretationsof
tr R reports Forerunner of Journalism "It is almost commonplaceto this anxiety: i may make Us named as Auxiliary Bishops of
ai this event, too pertinent to
Our and too much "We refer to this fact, not see in St. Paul-the authorof consider with immense respect Quebec.
person con-
trolled by public opinion? !simply to give praise to that epistles which through theirdoctrinal and admiration the Father Joseph L. Williolm,
educational and in- capacity, in v\hi "\Ve will be indulgent toward mot worthy man so very dearto you gen.
HOMAGE OF THE CARDINALS AT CORONATIONFor those aberrations 0 f Us, but to tell you gentlemenof formative aims have been di- tlemen are 1'00 rich' for Dreading lunch in Hamilton Ontario,

CLEARWATER the homage of the hierarchy at his coronation, journalism-alas too common- the press, how predisposedis rected toward the achievement the neus the nurd, the \\a appointed Auxiliary

the Pope moved from the altar in St. Peter's Square fixing Our attention instead on Our mind to sympathy, esteem of those certain goals which thought, the truth. Bishop of Calgary.

where he was celebrating the Mass to the throne before the general value of your in- and trust for what ;you the press still has today a "We regard you almost with Bishop Manuel Sanchez Be-

the door where the Cardinals and other prelates went to formation services. Having are and for what you do. \\Pecan forerunner of journalism in wonder! What great instrument guiristain of Los Angeles,

SMITH'S him in procession, above. seen that it is generally] con- almost say that Our family the service of thought."We is yours, what a great Chile i 1 was promoted to be

education makes Us one of you. will not dwell on this power you have!" Archbishop of Concepcion,

JEWELERS Deaf It makes you Our colleaguesand parallelism, which would require Chile.
Teaching Religion to Children friends." so much caution and reserve Offers Aid with CouncilThe Coadjutor Archbishop Arturo

Pope said that he is Beckdorf of
Diamonds, Watches, At this point such loud and We would say, rather, Mery Concepcionwas
confident that the press will named Coadjutor Arch
Presents Difficulties
Silverware Priest States
Coronation Seen TV's once more render a good serv- bishop of La Serena Chile.
by ice In informing the world on

PHONE 446-6975 WASHINGTON Teaching deaf children religious concepts such as grace, Incarna- ,'.:J the coming second session of
Paulo Not Pablo
1213 Cleveland Plaza tion and Trinity is a tough job which calls for special preparation plus reliance on God, Millions Throng in Rome the ecumenical council. II e ,

a Priest said here at the International Congress on Ed- .,_ .. stated: MKXICO CITY (XC)-Pope

CLEARWATER FLORIDA I ucation of the Deaf.O'NEAL'S ionsiuer men me prooiem (atinad from 'alttl One) "It will be Our concern to Paul VI is called "Paulo" In
of these children the world. When this was concluded -
.. __ __ __
T tamer jonn P. Hour nan, concepts of grace salvation judge of the Roman Rota, who the cheers broke out again. offer to you, as during the first Spanish instead of "Pablo," the

director of the Mount Carmel Incarnation, Redemption, crea- was among the subdeacons of session, every good service so usual Spanish equivalent for
RESTAURANT the Mass.The After giving his benediction, that your work may be made
Center for the Deaf in
tion, soul, Trinity. Does thi Paul, according to the Mexico
Newark, told a moment of the Consecra- Pope Paul returned to the por- easier. We will do all that is
TRY OUR FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN $1.25 congress sec- mean that teaching religion is City daily Excelsior. The
tion on religion that teachers- tion of the Mass was one of table throne and was borne possible that you may know,

ALSO WIDE VARIETY OF SEA FOOD SERVED whether they are parents, reli- hopeless? does great silence. But for the elevation back to the apostolic palace, at a suitable time and in a usage applies only to Popes,
"Xot at all. It mean,
1778 GULF-TO-BAY PHONE 444-7381 gious, or lay catechists-are however, that those' who wish the sounds of the still wearing his tiara. suitable form. the things the paper said.
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God's instruments in the workof to teach religion to there lithe trumpets from the balcony a
above and the ringing of
Redemption. weap
ones !should' turn to Clod
CLEARWATER SERVICE CENTER "If the e teachers choose to for strength and turn to professional ons-the Noble Guard drawing y
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION WORK their swords in salute, the
become members of that elite teachers of the deaf

GENERAL REPAIRS who accept the challenge of for techniques.) Swiss Guard lowering their

Free Inspection Diagnosis and Estimate bringing the truth of religionto It also points out very clearly halberds-filled the night.

1498 S. Greenwood Phone 446-8886 deaf children," he said, "then that, if these teachers needed The Pope elevated the host F

they must be prepared to face special training, there is need and,chalice three times, to the + '<
center the right and the left
difficulties and surmount obstacles for special training for parents, ,
kneeling before and after each
that make the most ex- religious and lay catechists
BOB MEYER elevation. s
perienced teachers of hearing who wish to teach religion to
\t the conclusion( of the ,
< 1
children lOoSe all selfconfidenceand these children.If 4
MASTER WATCHMAKER Mas.s, the Holy Father took
poise in the presence of this is not possible, Father
his place the throne for
the wondering little deaf child." Hourihan said, then these per- on
the actual {'OI'onatlon.lfl.t"do :
One of these problems, he sons should try to attend national -

FOR ALL ELECTRIC SHAVERSGULFDISCOUNT stated, is concept formation: or local workshops on Cardinal diamond and Ottaviani emeraldstuddedtiara placed the ? 4/ v 'r I,

the act by which a person the deaf, or at least read professional
HOUSEWE on the head of Pope
knows what something is, as books and periodicals.
Paul VI.
SERVICE WHAT WE SELL distinguished from the act of '
The throng in the square exploded 9 w
1800 DREW STREET- PHONE 442-5744 merely perceiving through an Auxiliary OrganizesFor with cries of."Long Lifeto
image of the internal senses, "
the Pope. But it quieted
that a thing exists. Mater Dei HomeThere
again to receive blessing "Urbiet
".\n example. of this," Fatlicr will be an open. 4irrr
Orbi"-to the city and the
Hourihan said, "\\"onMhe meeting for the purpose of w -I q

FOR THF DESIGNING WOMANidkrt's a child perreiting a sari- organizing an au.iJial"for: Prepare for Pilgrims :1 __

=,1 input without understanding the: new Mater Dpi Home for GOA, India (XC)-The gov-

what it i i..." the Aged in Daytona Beachon ernment of Goa has named a f

"For professional teachersand Tuesday evening July 9 at committee to prepare accommodations .. .4

learning theorists;" he S p.m. in the: Treasure Room for pilgrims from PRESIDENT KENNEDY IN AUDIENCE WITH POPE PAULOn .

continued, "the effects of deaf- of the Commercial Bunk in India and abroad who are expected July 2. Pope haul rereived .

of Cfcarwafer li.' ness on learning processes are Daytona Beach.
? fik to visit this city duringthe President!' Kennedy.He .
evident, but many questions Membershipill be
opento exposition of the relics of is the third U.S. Presldf'otrtce1t"lng
1140 N. E. Cleveland Street remain unanswered as to the all men and women who St.. Francis Xavier in Born Jesu
casual relationship of deafnessto interested in the home a papal audience.
are church in December, 1964. The 0
Phone 446-7330 the various internal senses. for the aged which is scheduled Saint came to Goa in 1542 and The Pope praised AmerI-

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