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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 12, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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_1J 11 Lay Retreats Give" Kenewal








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a'l f i O ti' OME aside and rest awhile." These words which -

Vx Christ addressed to His disciples many years ago, :

have perhaps even meaning for us today. In these a aK nt a

changing times with the great demands imposed upon us

there is scant time for soul-searching. Thus many lay men ii i

and women, who are awarE(of this need of privacy and : ;

VOL. XXIV, No. 37 Orlando, Florida, Friday, July 12, 1963 Ten Cents wish to heed Christ's invitation are finding the answerin + rf'

the seclusion of a closed retreat. $ i < I' F 1S

-i Vatican Council IIInterim \ Members- of the Diocese Jof St. Augustine have ample 4 :

T opportunities to participate in the exercises of a spiritual 0pY t?


_ Work Reviewed retreat.Summer retreats are gi.erii* bey for the men's retreat.

That is family unity' in f
annually in the Diocese; for rv
the highest form, spiritual
men at St. Joseph Academy irt 2
Loretto and St. Leo Abbey in unity," Father Laurence E. 1, '

By Central CoordinatorsVATICAN St. Leo; and for women at St. Higgins, spiritual director of t f

Joseph Academy1 in St. Augus- the West Coast Lay Retreat .i

tine, the Academy of the Holy Associations, has said. i a <

CITY (NO)-Members of the central coordinating commission of the Names in Tampa, and at Holy Father Higgins is also the 'r'

Second Vatican Ecumenical Council last week completed review of "De Ecclesia"-the Name Priory in San Antonio. director of the lay retreat '-

nature of the Church; its missions; and the sacrament of matrimony.- The -projects- will These retreat houses!' with movement in the Diocese and

be submitted to the council their settings and is often seen visiting the retreat -
except Francis Cardinal Spell-1 the same commission, joinedin peaceful houses. _
when it reconvenes on September conducive .
quiet atmosphere are
man, Archbishop of New York, j i the presentation. '
29. to the prayer and meditation The weekend retreats for iA
were present.
Also discussed was a proposal ,_Also attending was Archbishop For CouncilA necessary: for a spirit'ual women at the Priory begin on : q ,J
Friday evening with A
for improving press serv- John J. Krol of Phila special prayer for the retreat. supper. M. F
ices during the council's second delphia, who is an undersecretary intentions of Pope Paul VI in All but one of the women's closed retreat is a. 48-hour
session. retreats serving West and Central period of time, away from the ;
of the commission.The
,
accordance with his request! at .
the distractions of the world, de
Florida at
The session (July 3 and 4)) session was to have been for the success of the Second are given
in San Antonio six voted to the honor and gloryof
Priory ,
was presided over by the com held in June but was postponed General Council of the Vatican .
miles Dade This God. '
from.
mission president, Amleto Car because of the death of Pope will be said each Sunday City. ,
motherhouse of the Benedictine The retreatants attend one
.
dinal Cicognani, papal secretary John XXIII. at all. the Masses and
Sisters is located on one conference Friday night This
of state. All Cardinal On Wednesday of last each day in all our !schools,
of the picturesque hills of conference is primarily an in-
members of the commissionMurder Archbishop Joseph .l Hurley
the
week, commission: reviewed -
Pasco County and overlooks troduction and explanation of '
two projects, one on has announced.A :
lovely Lake Jovita. the nature:;of a retreat. :
the missions and the otheron collection to defray the
On the opposite side of the Silence is, observed at all *
costs of those attending the
the sacrament of matri -
Of council from our own Diocese lake is St. Leo Abbey, a Bene- times and is essential to the
mony.
dictine monastery. nature of a spiritual retreat.
The project on the missionswas as well as for the poor .,....
their ""Words -
Many men accompany are reserved for
Carlo and Missionary Bishops of LAY RETREAT MOVEMENT; GROWS
introduced by Cardinal OUR
Priest i IsReported wives to the Priory, to assist Christ," one of the retreat masters -
Confalonieri, secretary of the world, will be taken up them in their registration before told the women. Father Laurence E. Higgins has spearheaded efforts this year to encourage

the sacred consistorial congregation at all the Masses on July 21. continuing on to the Ab- more members of the laity to make three-day retreats. Stations of the Cross, aboveat
The retreatant's day on Saturday
before Gregorio Cardinal begins with Missa Reel- St. Leo Abbey grounds, are made by wave after wave of men who attend the retreats

Agagianian, prefect of the tata and Holy Communion. each weekend in June and July. .(Women make retreats in San Antonio, Flor-
sacred for the
congregation Broadside j by Communists
Another conference follows ida).
SANTO DOMINGO NC Propagation of the Faith, ,and
( )
has
Father
breakfast. Higgins
_j -A French Priest has been Archbishop of Pietro the Sigismondi, from ChurchBERLIN inaugurated a three year planof Tampa are the retreat mastersfor Hopes Rise on Bus Rides
murdered in Caracol, a vil- secretary same congre- Brings j Reply 1 topics for discussion. this year at the Priory.

lage on the northern coast of J gation. Both are top officials Before lunch on Saturday another After lunch, until rosary at Children
of the council commission for For Pennsylvania
Haiti, according to reports t the missions.. (NC) Wladyslaw Gomulka, communist conference is given. Two 2:30: the women may go to

_ reaching this city of the Dominican The project on matrImonywas chieftain in Poland, denounced the nation's Bishops in a l Redemptorist Priests, Father confession or privately consult "
Republic.The sharp attack on July 4. Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski, Pri- Charles Mallen and Father Wilt the-retreat. master. Often, the HARRISBURG (NC) Giving his opinion to the
introduced Benedetto
Priest by mate of Poland, arrived in Warsaw last Sunday, and that t liam J. Collins of Miami, and Benedictine Priests from St. Governor of Pennsylvania, that state's attorney general
named Father E Le Scao and aged about 50, was 1 berlain of the Church, to the evening, in what was.viewed. as a direct reply to the Red I Father Larion Elliot SJ. of RETREATS, Page 8 said last week that tax paid school bus rides for parochial
and other private school pupils would be constitutional.
killed with a machete duringthe i secretaries of the three counr regime attack, the cardinal

night of June 24-25 in his cil bodies that helped to draft I declared: Archbishop Anton Vovk 63 Dies; Alessandroni's Attorney General opinion Walter was E. governor "expressed sym-

second floor bedroom, the reports i it-the theological commission, "If peace is to prevail, then pathy" with the hill before the
based in the
part on recent decision -
said.InformatIon. 1 the commission for the discipline freedom, justice and t recognition legislature, but the "cost must
Victim Persecution of the U.S.: }!Supreme
on the incident 1 thersacraments and.the -reliigtous: 'conscience\ Yugoslav : Cbilrt''which threw out' con be' considered because this legislature

is incomplete because the res secretariat for promoting must be 'guarant ed. This is ducted Bible reading and recitation ,session/is so faralong.

gime's government of President (Christian unity. the basis of peaceful and harmonious TRIESTE, Italy (NC-Archbishop) Anton Vovk, 63, of Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, died of the Our Father in and the 1963 budget' is practically -

Francois Duvaller tightly restricts At Thursdays' meeting of coexistence." on the night of,July 7. it was learned here. public schools. set.'"

communications, it was the .session the central coordinating According to reports reach- The prelate had been the The State Department of
crimes to The Court said In
the Persecuted Church" relates war and attempted Supreme
noted here. commission studied j Ing Berlin, Wladyslaw Gomulka chief shepherd of the half-million Public Instruction has esti-
the incident as follows: burn him alive. Msgr. Vovk its decision that to testwhethel"
The and village police a synthesis of the final ] told a convention oft_ h.e Catholics of the Slovenian mated it would cost the state
mayor was seriously burned. But the an action 'violated the
chief of Caracol and two other chapters of the' project on ]Polish United Workers,, (com capital for close to 15 -years- "Another very serious attack individual who was principally Church-State provisions of the an additional $6,300,000 if all

1 men have been arrested for the nature of the Church. ]munist) party that the Bish first.as apostolic administrator, was made on,.20 January .1932 responsible, when brought to First Amendment, it was necessary 600,000 parochial school pupilsin
in the murder The revised version of the ,ops were reactionaries who did and as Ordinary since 1939. on Msgr. Anthony Vovk, Apos- the state ride tax-paid buses.
complicity ac-
court, was condemned only to to ask whether the "pur
project was presented by Leo ;not follow Pope John XXIII's the of tolic Administrator of Ljubl- But the four of legislation
cording to Information reach- During reign Pope 10 days in prison, which he did pose and primary effect" was sponsors
At the station of Novo
here, and have Cardinal Suenens. Archbishopof peace efforts, and were out of jana. reply that not all pare.chial
ing reportedly John XXIII, Archbishop Vovk not serve. to advance or inhibit religion.Mr. .
Malines-Brussels. Michael line with what he termed the Mesto, under the eyes of the school children will be
confessed to the murder.It .
was able to make trips to The Vatican City yearbookfor Aless-andronl! said that
Cardinal Browne 0.P., vice- coexistence views expressed by police, a group of fanatics ac- eligible.
was said that Father Le Rome. 1963 gives these details giving school bus rides to
cused the of imaginary
president. of the theological the late Pontiff in his encyclical prelate .
Scao, a Priest of the Cap) commission, amT Father Sebas- Pacem in 'Terris. .:He v\as an ,active paitlcl- about Archbishop Vovk: He parochial and other private

Haitien diocese, wa well tian Tromp S.J., secretary of He attackon pant in the first session! of was born in Breznica, May 19, school' children haw the "sec F elIowshipW'81I1XGTOX
liked by the people of Cara- interpreted as an ordained the Priest- ular legislative I! of
1900 to purpose"
; -
the same commission, assisted communism the words of the Second Vatican Council, D.C.: Sis
col, but did not get along Tear Gas in Church hood of the Diocese of Ljubl- getting them safely and expeditiously who teaches
in the M. Paracleta
presentation. ter ,
the Bishops in a recent pas and served on its preparatory.
with the local officials. jana on June 29, 1923; elevatedto to school""This
Cardinal Suenens reported Archbishop Joseph P. Hur mathematics at Father Lopez
toral letter, in which they said::
commission of
According to reports, FatherLe on the work done by the mixed on discipline Icy, Bishop! of St. Augustine, the hierarchy in the fall of does not have a pri High School In Daytona Beach,
who the
"Those drowned
Scao was at ,a parish feastin t commission composed of members the clergy and the Christian 1946 and was consecrated Aux- mary effect that either advances is attending a special summer

the nearby village of Trouon of the theological' commission world in the hell of wars people.In consecrated Archbishop! Vovk iliary Bishop of Ljubljana, December or inhibits religion," he institute in that subject hereat

June 24. He returned to and the unity secretariat were fighting Christ's evangelism the early 1950s; when a Bishop in 1916. During the 1, 1946. said.The the Catholic University of

Caracol in the evening, and it on revising the parts of the ; : and His Church ..We communist persecution of the Mass and consecration ceremony He became Apostolic Admin- opinion advance the America. Sixty high school

is presumed that the assassinswere fear they will start anew the communists threw possibility of enactment by the
project on the nature of the Church in Yugoslavia intensi- istrator of the See, November teachers were chosen from

then hiding in his home. Church in which the two bod- war more cruel than all previous fied to deny all human rightsto tear gas bombs into the 26 1939, and when Ljubljana legislature of a bill strongly throughout the United Statesto

- The next morning, the Cara. ies have a mutual interest. wars-an atomic war"The Catholic Bishops and their church. At the time Archbishop ; backed by Catholic spokesmento receive National Science

col police chief went to Trouand Fernando Cardinal Cento, Red leader spoke the (day followers, Bishop Vovk was set was elevated to an archdiocese, extend tax,paid bus services Foundation grants to attend.

told the Priests there that president of the commission on before the Cardinal leftRome upon by Red ruffians, during a Hurley was regent of December 21, 1961, he became! to all school pupils. Travel and a stipend for the

Father Le Scao had been mur- communications media and the where he had attendedthe pastoral visitation in a Slovene the papal nunciature in Yugoslav the first Archbishop, by ap- The Attorney General, after six weeks at the institute are

dered. This was the first pub.tic lay apostolate, and Monsignor coronation of Pope Paul 1 town. 'ia.priest. pointment of the late Pope; giving his opinion to Governor covered in the fellowship. The

knowledge of the murder. Achille Glorieux, secretary of POLES, Page 8, Gatler's "The Red Book of John. William W. Scranton, said the institute ends on August 9 ..

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Photographs taken especially thazar our newest Priest at the American College of relatives and friends gathered at the Mass and the glff'can be given to God than ther Balthazar's right. Other Arthur Balthazar 0 f St.

for "The Florida Cath poses with Archbishop JohnP. the University of Louvain in with him before the server was Francis X. Smith to return a son to His Priesthood relatives and friends grouped Petersburg; and his sister,

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III Page Two The Florida Catholic, Friday July, 12, 196344j

Chairmen ". ST. PETERSBURG
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Orlando Orlando _
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LegislationMiss American Relations -_{ i Tinman's FlowersBonded
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TARPON SPRINGS GUILD OFFICERS INSTALLEDFather Mrs. Victoria Mlllen Library and 'LiteratureApostolate '.., :; '#.; "

William H. Neuhaus is pictured with the newly installed. leaders of 'his Holly 1001 RIdgewood Hill Ave., -Opinion of Public :,r..l' Edouard C. Craig

St Ignatius Women's Guild in Tarpon Springs, from the left: Mrs. George T. Zack, Committee on Cooperating _" Contractor and Distributorfor
Mrs. William Nibler _
Mrs. John Tipping, Mrs. William Geyer, president; Mrs. William Lehman, Mrs..Wil with Confraternityof 314 Honeysuckle Lane _, : ..

liam Piersall. Christian Doctrine Melbourne ; Vikon Metal f, Ceramic

St Leo William Scott of St. Paul par- Miss Josephine HoffmanpOol l Publicity and Public Relations 4' A and Mosaic Tiles
I ST. PETERSBURG Ish, Jacksonville Beach; Eliza. Myrtle Lan
ST/LEO COLLEGE Mrs. Allen Wagoner I 1 917.94th St. So 347-4101
beth Llebach of Epiphany parIsh Cocoa
1424 Eagen Dr.
Father Dennis
Murphy Venice; Mario Perez of Constitution and ny.laws- Orlando
O.S.B. director of admissionsat
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Blessed
Sacrament Organization .IL
Jackson's parish,
ShoesLadies' St. Leo College Reports HEINZEN
reports Tampa; Michael Bucklen of St. and DeTelopment
&: Mtn'sClinic that scholarships have been Joseph parish, Lakeland; and Mrs. Charles J. Wooley. Mrs. Theo Antony ..,,L-,_.,.-,--

Miller granted to the following In this Carlos. 'Costalles of Blessed 608 Palmetto St., ',. _. 30 Orange St, ORLANDO K OF C BUILD HALL

Diocese: Trinity ,parish: St. Petersburg., New Smyrna Beach .. Rockledge Father T. J.'Farrelly' chaplain, presided at the break- Il
Vilify-Weyenberg Mary Palvlsak of St. Andrew .Speaker's' Bureau SERVICE
Family Life and Parent Ing of ground in Orlando for a new hall to serve Monsignor .
Cushioned Bella irei parish, Orlando; Laurie Tenneyof OrlandoGOOD Education-Traffic Safety -Mrs..James':: Edman FREE PICKUP & In: l\'ERr
Bishop Council Knights of Columbus. Looking on
St. Paul parish, Daytona 925 SE S. Cabot Dr. 14th St. 4k lath A*.. S..
Mrs. Joseph H. Vollmer ,
641 Central!Ave. 862.1355 Beach John SHEPHERD are William Sykes, grand knight, and Dario Icardi, committee IMion* 7M
; Bulllngton, Mary 2306 Butler St., Palm Bay Mil GREEN RT\MrS
Alice Miller and Janet Lorn- The Good Shepherd Women's Leesburg Spiritual Development member. Itb 8t. & lath AT. So.

bardo, of St. Rita parish, Dade Guild will'sponsor a free dance Foreign. Relief and Retreat Orlando Jacksonville Then ID8.un
City James Grief, Janice for high school ,
; students. Catholic Mrs. Julia White- Mrs. Arthur Snyder123.Aucila.Dr. I

5 % Richter, Judith O'Leary and students of the area high 3759 'CardinalAve..,"- *. ., KOFC Word has been received here ENJOY AUTOMATIC
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Carol DeRosier, of St. Anthony schools are Invited to attend, Daytona Beach Cocoa Beach Groundbreaking ceremonies t hat Miss Gwendolyn Jenkinslas

parish, San Antonio; Elizabeth Friday, July 19, from 8 to 11 Historian Youth and Vacation Camp were held for the new hall for received the M.S.L.S. degree "KeepFilled"DELIVERY
INTEREST: Nathe and Cecelia Barthle of p.m. In the social hall at Good Mrs. Gerald Rogero Mrs. Stephen Kaval Monsignor Bishop Council 2112 ; from the Catholic Univer-

Sacred Heart parish, St.Joseph; Shepherd, School on Oleander 115 Terry St., .208 Virginia Ave., at the site of the old halL Officiating s ity of America in Washington. Phone:

CATHOLICChurch Drive In Azalea Park.: _Eau__._Gallic u_..__.._ .h__. St. CloudWinter were William Sykes, J U the same time, those members St. Pete-898.1111
Dario Icardi and Father Ter- :> of the laity, from placesn Clearwater-446-8314

OOVO rence J. Farrelly, chaplain. i this Diocese, who received
l DELTA Plans call for completion of the Bachelor of Arts degrees at

School new structure about September (:Catholic U. In June were
_i1 1 tF't 1i i a 30. Miss Helen J. Cooper of Melbourne -
OLDEST and LARGESTIN
BONDS An award banquet was :> and Miss Claudette M.
k d 9 .. PINELLAS
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a7x ? ++ following cere- jicerte of Winter Haven.
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DANIEL: T. WINTER &: CO. 4645 9th Street NorthFLORISTGREENHOUSES knight and knights that have
611 l7.rtd. 'h..tr. Balldlal'Ii. served the Council exceptionally Cost Free Check

.Nortbarr. I,rU.Ph. I0S-OIS1 well during the year.

KAMV ......,..i..Y.fy.Y..a:>: ... Among those honored were: in9AccountsN
William and Mr. Icardi
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past grand knight; Charles
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standing knights; Righo Alles- of IT.lnltttuto Accounts May Be
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By Glenn D. Kittler 4 1 f ;

WHEN the first case of sleeping sickness was reported[ on the island there was not

B -! concern. The disease was rare here, so'ine far from the mainland.The .
authorities decided the t :
first victim must have become Invariably the sick had people missed him, and
infected' while ashore. been dieted from their jjra!>shuts they soon specifically reilked 4 Yt, 1' !! r' a

But then the xerond' case ; invariably they lay why. He had introduced 'Chris
alone on a roadside or on the tian charity to the islands long ,.
appeared, then the third, and
within beach, discarded and avoided ago and was now the symbol of r'J' : J .
a week there were a
dozen. The fact was nun ; often brown ants already it a reminder that people } ., :!, J

clean an epidemic was de.dolling. covered them devouring should care for each other, _as .",'H'f", .. .,.,,. ... : ,,'-".'j J
Ihrin. he had taught the islanders to I '
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At this! time-1902, there was .'. .. : : ,
Father Joseph Bee braced little Father Bee could, care.That >.' --. .. .,. \ .
himself do' for wasvhy, when, he died ( "'1' ., ;\ ', .. '
for the battle '
againstthe the victims. He washed them, vr ? 1" : :
disease, unaware how violent last April the islanders askedforaM' ,; x F : M
binding the wounds the ants :'., h :- t ...... ,.,......., ,
the battle would grow. /. received -the privilege Jill- .-- 'L.I ,:..:-.- ..6.1 .* t\3! .$.... ..., ..Y ,
had made; he gave them medication
The White Fathers missionaryknew to ease their pain, and *tj!:0iaring -him :burled: atBtimangt DAYTONA BEACII'S OFFICERS OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES WOJIAN'S CLUB

from experience how he carried them to his boat and o. that' "even in, Father Irvine Nugent invited Mrs. Joel Sayers (right), president of leaders will be, from the left, :Miss Eugenia Nicola, Mrs. Gene L. Petruc- I

serious African diseases could took them to his mission which death, he'could remain'a living. the Orlando-Central DCCW deanery, to install officers of his parish ciani, president; Mrs. S. A. Jackson, Mrs. H. D. Minnis, Mrs. Morton A.

be. Upon his arrival in Central had been turned into an emer- influence ,of love. Woman's Club at Our Lady Lourdes in Daytona Beach. Next term's Warner and Mrs. :Merle J. Denny.In .

Africa in 1896 he had sufferedn .. . .. .. .
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gency hospital. '<" yi'" ; .Y:( : '. ; '. ": rLYA rIPidSB,JD''. ; :''\ ,
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attack of malaria which almost Violent insanity was often F ) i-, + : ; ..> ...,. 1

took his life. the final stage of the sickness, '... < I! Coming Events

The worst part of the sleeping and the Priest frequently had I
sickness he"knew ThU column lists future benefits.' pwlal meetinr and ..'.*. .f mare
would
to wrestle! with his patients to
than local laterett. Adraaee nolle of regular ...tlAr. will N omitted.
ie the African interpretation calm them. F'b

6 f it. Europeans knew the disase To all, regardless of clan, regardless July 12-14, men's retreat, Melbourne "Women's Club,

I : was caused by microbes of whether they' were $ St. Leo. sponsor.

t ansmitted by tsetse flies, but Christian, pagan or Moslem, he 9 ; Julyl-U, women's retreat Orlando, classes! to trainmen
-*fricans believed it was gave the same tender care and Holy Name Academy, San and women to teach

rought: on by evil spirits. Believing endless attention, and when u st Antonio. catechism Good Shepherd

this, they feared the they died, which they did by July 12-14 men's retreat, parish, August 17-31; Instruction .

disease, shunning those Who the hundreds, he alone was St. Joseph Academy, Loretto. by :Mission Helpers of

caught it, often blaming rival ready to take the trouble to July 12-14, women's retreat the Sacred Heart from Balti

clans for inciting the evil bury them.It St. Joseph Academy, more.
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pirits: and sometimes even became necessary to :, St. Augustine. September 25, card party
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.., women's
16-18
July re
going to war over it. evacuate the Islands. To Garden Center, Jacksonville,
Already these signs were ap Africans, upheaval of this kind treat. Holy Name Academy, Auxiliary to All Saints Horn

pearing. Several clans lived on was unthinkable; few of them San Antonio. for the Aged, sponsor.
the Sese Islands, in the north. ever traveled more than a few July 19-21, men's retreat,

west .pocket of Lake Victoria, miles from where they were St. Leo.

usually,each on, its own island, born. Now, when the authorities v ,;. Smorgasbord, July 21, Our
and at night the Priest could were unable to persuade d / ::'f:" ; { r Ladfi1 I"td: ( ( Lady of Lourdes parish hall St. Augustine
,
Melbourne Women's Club,
hear the sound of drums ;
war them to move, the task was left
coming across the waters to to Father Bee. ORLANDO OFFICERS, ST. CHARLES PARISH COUNCIL sponsor.

his mission at Bumangi. Each "Going away will save your :Monsignor Charles A. Bartok has congratulated new- Reed, :Mrs. Steve Nykolayow, Mrs. Edwin Sandford, July 6-8, women's re-

morning he would make the lives and the lives of your ly installed officers of his St. Charles Parish Council, president, and Mrs. Jay Caruso,vice-president. Activity treat Holy Name Academy, MCDONALD'S

rounds of the nearby islands, children," he argued, 'and he Orlando, from left: Mrs. Irene Horrell; Mrs.- :Robert.: will resume in September.. San Antonio.
gathering together the sick. promised "I will come with July 26-28, men's retreat, REXALL STORE
Father John A. O'Brien St. Leo.
you; I will see to it that you Orlando Unit
Parish Festival, August 18
CLEARWATERfrnrnrrrrlllnllllrr"n. will be safe from your StreetST.
and 17, Our Lady of Lourdes, 47 King

come enemies back, and to the one islands day I with will Keys of Heaven Given to St. Peter Joins_ United 1 Chilean Envoy AUGUSTINE

Deft / IT. O'Brien3fc S you." -

.Company ,A chief'.?aidr__ you know one of the best my senior year the Mormons -.,, .divine, title ,deed, without Appeal Plan VATICAN CITY (XQ-Pope "
1985 Drew St. Ph.446.1395 ,**\Ve' lime '!'een l how you DO ways of helping a non. and Jehovah's Witnessesleft any sanction or authority to Paul VI has received the credentials VA 4-1687

MUTUAL FUNDS I have been with our dying, Catholic to discover the true no stone unturned to recruit -carry out the mission entrusted ORLANDO-Catholic Char of the new Chilean

C STOCKS & BONDS whom we are afraid to church? It's by suggesting that members. I read the entire to Peter and his suc- ities Bureau Inc., of Orlandohas Ambassador to the Holy See,

"rmuIIIIII"I'IIIII"i1iJIM'S touch. If you will take such -he Investigatethe book of Mormon and ,attended ;>. ce!'sors. been admitted to the Uni Pedro Lira Urquieta.

good care of the sick, we believe origins of .,... some of their meetings, This almost clinched it for ted Appeal of Orange Countyas Captive NationsFORT
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you when you promise leading Chris- .i'Jf.v./ : .... but perceived their belief was -met but there remained one a member agency.In .
AUTO BODY tian churches. .,.>,... .. at odds with the Bibl& =ti LAUDERDALE (XC) For
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to take care of the well. We < < iit.-f1it.rrl1e. How'had the Catho- announcing membershipin
will go with :jou." If he will turnto <. f I read the Jehovah's Witnesses ;''itrChurch used this authority? the community program, -Members here of the Leagueof 'PlusValue'InsuranceAsk
I & PAINT SHOP for the Captive Peoples -
r For winning this cooperation any history, literature and attended Had she kept Christ's teach. Monsignor i Patrick J. Trainorof Prayer
the Royal Africa Society he will find : their Kingdom Hall meetings; ings intact ? Or had she St. Petersburg, chairman ask that during Captive

1111 Court ,t.-CIC'an'atC'r. Fla. gave Father Bee a special that no Prot- ii" but their fanaticism repelled changed them? of the Board of Catholic Nations Week, July 14-21,
Masses in U.S. Catholic FRANK HOWES
Complete wreck W Ark medal but the medal he estant church ,.
,
only For the answer to this question Charities in the Diocese! welcomed
me.While churches be offered for people
and Auto Painting existed until 15 I In the air corps,. my I turned back to the Bible. the progress made by living under atheistic rule. about:

f-./ppllanee., Refiaishe centuries after I plane crashed and. I was.in tbe.,And the. Catholic, church. met .Oilando's; ;young, agency.
*"A' :few :-years-later: he 're-' the time of Gulf: Life's '
hospital for months. Dr. JohnA. the acid test. Father John J. Lenihan ,
Phone 446.6304 the islands with ,the Christ, the divine founder of LOUIS W. PETERSON
turned to
fellow lieutenant
Ragland,
a Not only did I find that nowhere Board secretary, said at Jacksonville -
FRET ESTIMATES people, remaining at the Bu the true church. was taking instructions in Afrntm far ADAPTAPLAN.-
did the Catholic church : Berlinxor' Bron, Inn.
mangi mission station until The far-reaching consequences the Catholic religion and advised contradict the Bible; but rather "The Catholic Charities Bureau Mack-Miller Candle Co., Inc. .

1910, when it was taken over of this discovery are me to read up on its his now hidden and obscure pas which was established in P.O. 4103' Carrollton wine Agency StationSacramental :

by African Priests whose vo- illustrated in the conversion of tory. I turned to the Encyclo- sages suddenly came to life Orlando last October, is happyto >ew Orleans. Looltiana

termiteswQliIlhz cations he had nurtured over Michael V. McLane, now an pedia Brittanica, and .was* astounded .'rjt.4..a. deep but _beautifullyclear join the family of United PURE ALTAR WINES Here's the man who can tell
? the years. In this was his personal assistant pastor in Sacred to dicoverthat ,the meaning such for example Appeal agencies of Orange you about Adapt-A-Plan

triumph as a missionary Heart parish, Abilene, Texas. Catholic church existed centuries as the Real Presence of County. We look forward to Ask him how, with Adapt-A-.

-giving the Church its native Father McLane tells his story: before a Protestant sect Christ under the appearance of participation in the programs 1= Plan, an educational policy

S roots. I was reared as a Presbyterian saw the light of day. bread and wine. I read the which serve the many needs of can alfo provide family er

I Subsequently he worked at but in high school I began Intrigued, I read Cardinal King James version from Matthew this Central Florida commun retirement income. Sec Lun,

year'rou d other island missions until, to look into other creeds. Gibbons' "Faith of Our Fathers through Revelation, pen ity." Largest PreirrlptloaPharmacy In the Sooth today!
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caD = ,at the age, ,of 92, to be hOSe Free Delivery FR 4-76J1 fit. Augustine, FloridaP.
and found its members very a fact of far-reaching the margin as I went. of the United Appeal
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I pitalized on the mainland. It Huntington Bldg. Miami O. Box:! 48rtteke
apostolic. import: the long list of Popes When I finished, I knew I Board, welcomed the Catholic
the first occasion in 67
was Then I went to the Methodist from St. Peter, the first Pope, wanted to become a Catholic. Charities Bureau beginning

for the sue of your home years that islands.he had been away church ,and was a hit stretched through 19 centuries Here was not a man-made with this fall's campaign for I .

from the surprised! to hear them say down to the present Pope and Church but a God-made one.I participation in the 1964 pro- you* tRip spuGRtnUqe

In the Apostles' Creed that thus constituted the Church's
was instructed by Father
CLARK'SGULFSERVICC they believed In the "holy title: deed to her exclusive jurisdiction Charles W. Quinn and was gram.The Board of directors of

Catholic Church. over all the truths baptized and received Into the United Appeal of Orange

f I e I didn't connect that, how committed to her by Christ. Christ's Mystical Body at St. County gave recent unanimous

HERCULES & DREW ever, with the Catholic churchin She alone was founded by Rose of Lima Church in Great approval to the admission

PHONE 446-3710 our little town of Electra in Christ and she alone was authorized Bend, Kansas, on the feast of of Charities as a member

west Texas. I associated the to teach in His name. All Saints. Great was my joy agency.In .

Catholic church with the dark "Thou art Peter," said when Christ, truly present, November, Thomas Agllo,

ages when men's minds were Christ "and upon this rock I came into my heart in Holy executive secretary of the Or-

O'NEAL'S RESTAURANTTRY half pagan and half supersti will build my Church'. I will Communion. Thanks to God's lando office of Catholic Charities Ie / .

tious. Its emphasis on statues give to thee the keys of. the grace, a pretty mixed-up kid and representatives of its
OUR FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN $1.25 seemed to be a carry over from kingdom of heaven" (Matt: 16: had finally found "the pearlof board of directors, will meet

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Frank J. Sheed God's to Parents
Catholic Comment' J Building Image up


Idea of Malevolence Hits IT I I s a wonderful- privilege the beautiful-flowers?"- the child as a glorified police

parents have to be "Isn't God good to listen to man with lasting harm to the

Thinker with Sheer Horror :the first persons to Introduce our prayers?" child's concept of God. If GodIs

I Children Should not 'Go Steady' a child to God. The introduction "Wasn't it good of God to invoked in a behavior '
beautifulsoul problem it should be only ina
{{pHE Catholic Church Invented devils to frighten the is not give you such a

-"" ..... .. .. .. ... 1 'quite as simple ?" positive way.
Uff oia snouid whirl me most ignorant. This is a perfect example of a very common -
F' a young man and a prematurely are prooaDiy as saying, Love and goodness. A child's For example: "If you love

young woman be before entering mar- responsible for early marriages. type of objection-one in which you can demolish "Mickey this \ concept of God should be built God you will do what He

riage? No one would be so rash as to Occasional social events and group.what is actually said without bringing the objector any Is God." A around these two Ideas. wants you to do," or, "When

give a definite answer. But this much is outings should satisfy the yearnings of closer to belief in the Catholic position. child's ac- -': Eventually a child must know you are good, you are telling

obvious. A great proportion of those en- adolescents for social life. Pairing off or What this particular objector says is quite ludicrouslynot q uaintancewith about God's justice too; but God that you love Him."

tering marriage are not prepared to em- steady dating should be forbidden in the so; it is as wild as the statement made God preferably not until the con A child not only must be In-

bark upon that vocation. Many a Priest interest of the children. There is only one ,.I to me recently by a street-corner heckler comes gradually % viction of God's love has been troduced to God as a God of

has experienced misgivings as he instructed reason for steady dating and that is mar- f#' in Times Square that Hell had been in- day by indelibly impressed upon his love; the child also must be

a couple for marriage whom he knowsto riage. A parent who permits this practiceto vented by Dante in the fourteenth century. day and year _ _. mind. helped to form a right con

be too young. date to a youngster is inviting tragedy.If l Devils are all over the New Testament. by year. It is When the subject of hell science. A child should not be
the parents, ___ does come up, a child should told "Oh that is a bad bad
The adolescent in is not we succumb to the pressures of neigh .% $.ae One of them is leader. He is Satan, the "
general pre- however who know the true nature of helL sin, when the little tyke is
bors to and into s._, the last book of the New Testament
pared for the sacrifices necessary to makea permit boys girls to enter Enemy; He should not be given a picture not even old enough to know

success of marriage. The girl is oblivious, proximate occasions of sin we ourselvessin (Apos. 9, 11)) speaks 0 f him" a s Father Leo J. Tresehave taken from Dante's "In the difference between moral

in many instances, of the important thingsin seriously. "King, angel of the bottomless pit, in ferno." right and moral wrong.A .

life and sees life only in terms of the Most young men and women will enter Hebrew "Abaddon, in Greek Apollyon"both the honor of unve1l1ngGod's Hell is the awful state of un- child of three or four U

ephemeral. The boy, ill-equipped becauseof Into matrimony. They save their souls in names mean Destroyer. In an old face to their child. happiness suffered by persons simply Incapable of commit

age to take his place in the business this state. They find happiness in this Irish phrase he is Abbot of Hell. Our Lord describes himas His first Image of God and who have cut themselves off, ting Mn.

world, can look forward only to a meager state. And, therefore, we as adults are a "murderer from the beginning, a liar and the father his first rrm'aln feeling about God forever, from God. God doesn't To tell such a child that he
will with the
child
living. As the children come, a child who. bound to see that they are prepared for nf-- 1iP----L". .Tnhn...------ 8.-. 441.--,- want anyone in hell. God has sinned, is to sow In his

looks like she should still be carrying a matrimony. Teenagers are not, in general, There are those who think with having invented Just throughout his life. doesn't send anyone to helL A mind guilt feelings which may

doll, now has the responsibility of caring prepared for marriage and therefore are that the Semitic mind tendedto about everything, certainly did The image later will be refined soul in hell is there because he torment him the rest of his

for not ready to court. give personalities to the not invent the Devil and perfected, as knowledge chose hell for himself. There life. As an adult he may suffer
A
a youngster. boy who should still forces of evil, and Our Lord The chances are that the increases, but the child's was something in this life from obscure feelings of un-
The
be playing baseball on the sandlot is now summertime presents a tremen- simply adopted that sort of evidence you offer as to basic attitude towards God will which he loved more than beloved worthiness whose source is

burdened with the responsibility of supporting dous danger to youngsters. They have language when speaking to Christ's seriousness about the be permanent. That is why it God. lost to memory. He does not

a family.It time on their hands and many of them Jews. If so He carried the fiction Devil will not affect the ob is so important for a child to Much as He loves U!', God know why, but he still feels

is only natural that youngsters In would love to spend this time In steady rather far, ordering demons -jector's certainty of his non- see God from the beginning, cannot make us love Him if guilty even after a good con

such situations should think of runningout company-keeping. There will be many a out of certain people, existence. as He really is-a God of love.A we do not want to. God fession.

on their responsibilities. Statistics parent, at the end of the vacation season, hoi ding I conversations with Behind this all but unshakable child should hear, "God cannot make us come to Him When a child does come to

show that the greater percentage of who will find that their children have be- them. And when in his first certainty, lies one thing loves you," as often as he in heaven if we refuse. the use of reason, wise parents

broken marriages takes place those come emotionally involved with a memberof Epistle ((5,8)), St. Peter talks of particularly. In the effort to hears "Mommy loves you" or, This Is the truth about hell. will be careful not to magnifythe

marriage contracts which were among entered the opposite sex. They will want to "your enemy the devil who make Satan a figure of horrorour "Daddy loves you." The child It is the truth that a child, according gravity of his offenses. If

into quit school to enter prematurely into mar- prowls about like a raging lion ancestors have made hima should know that God watchesover to his capacity, should childish acts of disobedience,

at a very young age. riage. It is too late, in most instances, to seeking whom he may devour figure of fun horns, tall, him lovingly as he have.It anger or deceit are tagged as

Parents, teachers and Priests have a prevent the marriage. Sixteen, seventeen, ," one can only say that it cloven hooves pitchfork, crim- sleeps, and that God is with is a great tragedy if a mortal sins, a badly twisted

serious to sounds odd to describethe son fire. him, helping him, all the day conscience will result.
obligation discourage young eighteen years of labor in raising a child an way parent uses God as a disciplinary -
tendency to sin inside our- Satan must have been delighted long. The child should hear tool. It is an injustice to Yes, it is an enviable privilegethat
marriages, which, in this day and age, are are wasted because the parents were care-
selves. indeed have often of God's goodness too have to be the
may ; God to use Him as a club overa parents ,
difficult but not less in overseeing the adolescent in the
to
impossible prevent. How seriously did Our Lord himself suggested some' of God's goodness in nature as child's head. "God won't love first to Introduce their child to

Certainly, permitting youngsters from dangerous years.Don't Himself take Satan? the details which helped well as God's goodness in you if you do that." "God will God. Let them only be sure

their early teens the privilege of courting let this happen to you. Stand To examine every reference make him unbelievable. supernature. be angry with you." "God that the Introduction Is made,

presents the firm. No steady dating. The object of would take too long. But we Occasionally, when with a "Isn't God good to give us punishes naughty boys." Such on the basis of truth, to God as:
greatest Mothers
danger.
steady dating is marriage and our adoles- observe that as His death approaches group of people I do not know the grass and the trees and statements introduce God to He really is.

who push their daughters into the social cents are too young to marry. Our Lord is increase well, I have remarked casually

ingly occupied with thoughtsof that the devil seems to be very
Father John J. CastelotPsalm
Father John B. SheerinlsfAmendmenfslnfenjjon the Enemy, whom He calls busy these days.

the Prince of this World because Polite smiles greet the remark I ITHE

I the human race has put -until they discover thatI Gives Contrast of Good Evil

Examined itself so largely under his mean it. The discussion can ,

power. To an extent we may go on for hours.
author of psalm 35 has force and calls it simply "sin." of superlative, and so I the
the not have realized, He sees Redemption The method of it Is to make
Supreme Court amendment requires the government Then the opinion went on to us a striking little Sin speaks to the wickedman meaning of this verse Is that
back the clear what angels
as winning we mean by
military chaplain to take notice of re say that the test of any Stateor meditation on the contrast be- in his -heart; there is no God's justice is greater than
cies? The world from the Devil to Him (along the lines of the last two
chaplains in the ligion. Federal law Involving religion tween sin and grace, betweena dread of God before his eyes the highest, the most majesticof
that if
columns show
self its true king. ); even a
armed services have playedWILL "And It seems clear to me is: what are the purpose life ((2)). mountains.
consumed
Just before the Last Supper man does not believe in them
a distinguishedrole that from the opinions in the and the primary effect of the
evil have their fill of the
(John 12,31)n hear himself, he can produce no reason by The sinful man finds inspIra- They
In our re- present and past cases! that the law? If the and "
purpose primary and tion for his God's prime Rifts of house
Him say Xo\v shall the for denying their possibility one en- life not in your ;
centwars.. : Court would recognize the effect are to aid religion, and in from delightful stream
prince of this world be cast ; mention what reasons lightened truth but the deceitful your
Will they also propriety of providing military then the law is unconstitutional. his them to drink ((9).
fall victim to I chaplains ." out," antI twice at the Supper Christians have for assertingthat gladdened byS promptings of own twisted you give

the High Justice Brennan in hh itself (John 14,30 and they exist. God's good ,, nature. So completely has he God's children find their
,
Ipleasure Obviously, the purpose He back to the Once objector Is clear Ress. There is surrendered himself to their
Court'dls. concurring opinion, also Indicated 16,11) comes your greatest happiness In communIng -
and primary effect of chap show in the Old influence that he has lost his
? that he did not think theme. about angels, you can with their Father in the
.
Their salariesare the Court would abolish!' lain work are to aid and advance Describing his own conversion him what we mean by the Testament no. '-y fear of God's punishment. He Temple liturgy where they

paid by governmental support of the cause of religion. St. Paul tells us (Acts, angels who chose their own highly developed has succeeded in convincing partake of the food offered to
that Christ said He will against God's spirits d.Q c.- himself that he can go on sin-
26,18)) Him
the federalgovern I chaplains. lie did not feel Their Job is to provide religious pure trine In sacrifice.
would send him to the Gentiles"to who chose impurity. To one of original ning with impunity, that God
ment that Intohement of For with is the fountain
every religion services and you
religious the sin. But of the fact of this will not notice or care. Thus
and in the recent school prayer in public life is unconstitutional. open their eyes that they who has really grasped of life, and In your light we
instruction. sin and of its frightful con- he has become quite literally
be converted from dark I idea of sheer malevolence
and Bible reading decision, the may see light ((10)).
court Justice Stewart, dissentingfrom ness to light, from Satan to which is no abstraction but an sequences the Hebrews re sinful, full of sin.
once again made clear The majority opinion, how. conscious.The How sharp the contrast be-
keenly
the majority opinion in God." actual someone, he will see a His waking thought Is
that it will every
not allow any ever, gave us no such assur- tween sin which leads to the
form of public aid to religion. ance. It said quite laconicallythat the Bible reading case con And the beloved disciple, St. horror in it, in comparisonwith for first chapters of Genesis concerned with wickedness, darkness of spiritual death and
instance in
depict
tended that parents can rightly John, expresses Redemption which pitchforks and con- and he falls asleep devising
Strangely, even the most it was not passing upon crete fashion the sin of grace which leads to eternal
the of the claim "free exercise of reIlgion" precisely in those same terms crimson flames are only light our further evil ((2-5)).
ardent secularist Is reluctantto validity chaplainciesin first parents and the havoc light, a light which suffusesthe
this case because that for their children, that -"For this purpose the Son of relief. In the second stanza ((6-10)) lives of good people
even
condemn the practice of problem had not been pre- they have a right to have their God appeared that He might But horror is no argument.Is wrought in creation by that the psalmist turns to contemplate here below!
sin Cain's fratricide Lamech'ssavagery
paying military chaplains.Leo children's school of the there real the : ,
in
works
sented to it. If the Court is day begin destroy the any point the goodness, the kind- The psalmist ends hh little
and lust the independence
Pfeffer explains that the consistent, nevertheless, it is with Bible reading. But the devil." (I John 3,8)). devil? Or is he merely a color- of the, builders smug of ness, the grace of God, and the meditation with the following

situation of the chaplain is hard to see how it can tolerate court paid no attention to this So that the medieval Church ful extra providing nothingbut Babel. gladsome existence of those fervent prayer:

unique: the government takesan chaplaincies. contention.As which is popularly credited color? children of His who bask in
We know that of the kindness
one Keep up your toward
American boy away from Justice Clark worded the I see It, the Supreme His light.In .
mo t devastating effects of your friends, your just
his usual practice of religionat majority opinion in sweeping Court will have to abandon its Washington LetterCommunists original sin is concupiscence, verse 7 he compares the defense of the upright of
home and If It did
not provide absolutes. He reiterated the doctrinaire concept of the first that eiil tendmcy in human divine justice to "the moun- heart.

him with religious serv statement of 'Justice Rutledgein amendment. The Founding hearts which inclines themto tains of God." Let not the foot of the proud
ices it would in effect be depriving Red EvenIf
the Everson who said
case Fathers never Intended it are c\il. The biblical authors used overtake me nor the hand of
him of "free exercise"of as
that the first amendment was The psalmist personifies this the phrase "of God as a sort the wicked disquiet me ((11-12)).
his religion. intended "to create a complete an absolute ban on all aid to they Seem East of East

Justice Goldberg, moreover, and permanent separa- religion and the American

in his opinion in the recent tion of the spheres of religious tradition has been to allow Question BoxPenitents

case pertaining to Bible read activity and civil authority by equal aid to all religions when- MORE and more people in Washington, D.C., are saying I IQ.

ing and the Lord's Prayer, comprehensively forbid- ever it proves beneficial to the the cleavage between Soviet Russia and Red Heard in Church

said that there are some in ding every form of public aid national welfare or the common China is the real thing, even though the communists may Usually

stances in which the first or support for religion." good of a particular state. try to minimize it. oil. Red China is said to get
Experts say the differences May a Priest hear con- cept with special permission: are under a very serious obligation .
one-third of the oil it uses, and
between Moscow and Peking fessions elsewhere than in a during Advent and Lent, on to have their children
all of its aviation gasoline
,
Father Michael V. Gannon will present problems for the Red Russia. confessional erected in a Christmas and Easter Sunday.Q. baptized as soon as possible.We .

.- West, but some hold that the from church? How soon after birth would say that a child I I
Mission of Nombre De Dies But in this connection, some
benefits will outweigh the should child ? should be baptized within two
experts insist that it is Peking A. The ordinary place for the a be baptized
headaches. These latter authorities that is trying to force the hearing of confessions is a A. The law of the Catholic weeks unless there Is a serious

GReat chapters in claim the "fiction of break with Moscow while attempting church, a public oratory or a Church states' that the faithful reason for not doing so.

: communist unity and infalli to put the blame on semi-public oratory. The con-
bility" will be destroyed, and
the latter. fessional for women must always
Reds in countries other than be located in an open and RANGE BUT
floRl a catholic hIstORY This they say, Indicatesthat S TRUE
Russia and China will become conspicuous place. It should
-S
Red China feels it can Little-Known Facts (for
I confused. have inserted between the confessor
Chapter 10 Leon, Cordova, Narvaez, and terior were known from Many reasons are ascribedfor get Its oil eKewhere.Nikita and the penitent a fixed By M. |J. MURRAY Of79'f'OC,1Jr.cw.c,111' -.i.......

0 us who ruminate uponFlorida's De Soto, the geographical name"Florlda" Tampa north to Tallahassee.The the Ilarting.t the root Khrushchev has
T and narrowly perforated grat- & OP JOURNALISTS AND ALL WHO.
fortunes 400 and signifies the narrow men with Narvaez had of it, it is !Raid, is a struggle likened the differences be- ,kbk ,. .at. .Ot'NfCT10 WITH THI! JEWSPAPCRIt "
more years after the exploratory confines of the peninsula on examined the gulf coastlines of for leadership in the com. tween Peking and Moscow to ing.For adequate reasons, the &7'' I ($ It ST OABRtCL. IMC AKCMArfGIL,
'P J FEAST WAS APOCO TOTUt CuUKAL
adventures of Ponce derubll.I' which we live. Georgia, Alabama and Texas munist world. a spat between husband and Bishop of the diocese may % ,i__#'A sI V1 .MOU MR.P4 igai.GMDUM.lt $I.S" I.

It Is well to remind ourselves and a small number in that expedition Some authorities say Red wife. He said that if a capital authorize the hearing of con

that in the had crossed the ist "tries to put his nose into I
occasionally daysof China feels it staged its own fessions of women outside the :' C\MCOtt nvuTES,
the Spanish conquistadores, southwest territories to Cali revolution without help from our business" the two would church building. Even In this iIj.3a\\TWP I w DIED /ItI-t.r9.I.VI .

of whom"we write, "La Flori fornia. Soviet Russia; that it is chafing come together and fight the case however, there should bea !4X. T 1 DII itt oQ MfttQ J7Jf.4QSwLqx A 4

da" designated a territory De Soto had explored the under economic pressures Mos capitalist. An observer here confessional in an open place i RUM NrAHOLNT

many times larger than our greatest extent of territory. Ina cow has put on It; that it is who believes the dispute Is unless there are serious reasons ( "5'M'V I Trh.ENI41h MKSlaSit ;

present state.Theoretically. prolonged expedition cover angry that Khrushchev has real carried this simile a little which make this Impossible ,I#I nvGttr mo*
I 1l 10 -o 60 FUr*t
*La Flori ing four years his men had withheld aid from its effortsto farther. He said the disputantsare ( as in the case of Illness). I p! 7JlE 'PIA"

d ..*ry Friday da" included the entire passed through the central and develop its own nuclear now fighting "over the The law expressly allows I F1ocA10wut1$ 4
FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS, Inc. of the children." He I JUG4 IC MOltrI
1'.0. Un: 3551 G.hd*. J-J1J8 mainland of XOlthmrrlca! northern part of Georgia, weapons. custody the hearing of confessions of fr /. .
135 Kant Colonial Drive OrUnd circled through the western. On the other hand, they say, meant they are fighting to see men in private houses; but
Subscription in r.SA and Canada -at least that part of it most portions of the Carolinas,, Soviet Russia is not anxious who will have leadership of from what has been said. it
$4.00 per year; 0 the r countries that had been discoxered. .. nuclear the ommunlst parties that
and traversed parts of Alabama to be pulled into a war would seem that this privilege

JiOO.:Th Florida Catholic Is a member (In the next century the Arkansas: Louisiana,,, by some ill-advised act of exist In scores of countries out- should not be used unless thereis

cf the Catholic x're I Af-HK-t.itIon name would be aligned onlyto and. possibly! Texas. Peking; that It resents RedChina's side Soviet Russia and Red some reason for doing so.

and the National Catholic U>lf .rConference that portion of the mainlandthat Cold they did not find. But pretensions at being China.
News Ser\lce. Bomer
and Martin, publlh.rs' repr enU.tlv Spanish military control fertile land and open coon- the true Interpreter of marxism Some predict that two A
*. Entered as second clas* mall could support In the face: of tries beckoned on all sides. ; that it Is struggling spheres of communist Influence Questions should be addressed .

May I the, 1959 Act, of at March Orlando 3. 1S79.Flod.l4under British and French colonial More tranquil spirits would[ against Red China's maneuvers will result-one in Asia to: Question Box,

competition). later discover these to be a i to supplant it as the center of and one in Europe-with Soviet The Florida Catholic, P.O. gc (i iI;

How much had been discovered -greater wealth than gold. the Red world. Russia turning to the Box 3551, Orlando, Florida.

Father Vincent C. Smith by 1843 when the last And Priests, like Father Luia i It' is said that Russia couldI West

Executive Editor remnants of De Soto's force Cancer de Barbastro, would I pull the economic strings a What _needs t6 be remembered i
3IU. J... Q. What is meant by
Editors)irk: A. IlrllwlcJ Qut crossed, exhausted, into Mexico find the greatest wealth of all I little tighter on Peking, although In all this Is that communists
the Florida's ,. It is said to have are communists "closed times"? I '4 1 i I I W IWdlT4TW rMT g
...ph A. R.*l.r ? Most of the coastline of -In the souls of say largely N It &THOUC##'t7ue'A.v inrjnrroor
Advertising Manager peninsula of present Florida ages. cut off military and eco wherever they are, and have A. Closed times are the sea h / of jut XM*HULL of
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had been explored and mapped. X f'dTf'f'kl nomic help in 1960. The new the same ultimate goal no mat sons of the year when the nup- p'LIZM.' ."GV3'44W. 4tDzrr
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FINEST SEAFOOD AND medals and rosaries for Paul visited on July 4 the edi- I PITTSBURGH (XC) -With ANGELES (XC) -

ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE members of the Kennedy fame torial offices and the print shopof the approval of Pennsylvania James Francis Cardinal McIntyre .I FAIRVIEWCleaners

Phone GA 4-4531 ily Pope Paul VI presented to L'Osserratore Romano, the Governor William W. Scran-1 said here that Pope & LaundryFeaturing
3974 So. Or. BI. Trail Vatican City daily. He per- VI elected the
the President of the United ton the new La Roche College ]Paul was on
sonally greeted editor-in-chief a four-year liberal arts institu-sixth ballot In the conclave of
States at the July 2 audiencea Dependable Fabric Care
Raimondo Manzlnl, and all the
tion staffed by the Sisters of 1 the College of Cardinals. The
itrDIAPER 20-inch-high marble replica members of his editorial and 4313; Kdgewater Dr., Orlando
Divine Providence will open Archbishop of Los Angeles described -

of Michelangelo's Pieta and an shop staff. in September.The in an interview after

SERVICE I autographed picture of himselfIn The Pope told the group he college Is named for 1 his return home the "great BARNES

2309 t ROBW50H AYC. a silver frame. President was making the visit for two Tij Mother Marie de La Roche co1 1 happiness of the conclave thata
DRAPERV AND
Kennedy the Holy Fathera reasons-first to thank them foundress of the sisterhood. It s decision was arrived at so
gave FLOOR COVERING, Inc.
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422-1177 newspaper during his servicein Carillon en Route registering their
also gave the Pope a photograph
the secretariat of state. Be-
of himself in a silver WASHINGTON (NC)-A 56- vote according to their con-
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Paul stopped by the Vatican ,_ ._..r- here for installation in the bell I ; no speeches. I can conceiveof Line

FOR YOUR FASTENING NEEDS press office. He was welcomedby NOODLE 'KING' OF IIONG KONG tower of the National Shrine no more democratic free and Finest In ClothingFor

: UNIVERSAL BOLT CO. its" director Luciano Casi- James K. Carr undersecretary of the interior, joins of the Immaculate Conception. 'orderly procedure than the Girls & Boys
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the office Hong Kong's "noodle king" Monsignor John Romaniello The carillon whose bells (conduct of the conclave. %:on dc.watn Ir" GA 4-77JI
use daily.
I 1710 Silver i Star Road Orlando CY 33120COCOA press in tasting newly developed protein-enriched food were cast by foundries in Editors in Iowa

BEACH NE 6-7076 Newsmen Honored cookies and bread made with fish protein concentrate. France and Holland left Marseille -
June 15 and DAVENPORT (NO -PeterF.
by ship was
They were at a government-sponsored event in Wash
VATICAN CITY (NC) scheduled for arrival In Balti- Clarke, former managing BILL BARDOEFORD

Members of the press who ac- ington. editor of St. Joseph Magazine
RUBY'S FABRICS more July 6. FACTORY DEALER
companied President John F.
published I n St. Benedict,
FABRICS and PATTERNS Kennedy to Vatican City, wait. Oregon, has been named man- SAVE ON YOUR
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'Chinese CiviTo han:
UNIFORM HEADQUARTERSFor ing in the Clementine Hall, Discover Highest aging editor 0 f the Catholic NEW CAR DEAL

were surprised by Pope Paul 'Traces of Messenger, Davenport diocesan .

Girls of Bishop Moore High School VI who came in to see them Early Go to Mis\\s Caulfieldcese newspaper. Monsignor B. L. rh.. Hwy.(LVHXL1W. SO rt E r

947 SO. ORANGE AYE.- PH. GA. 5-4429 after the President had left the Christian Life Barnes executive editor, also Winter Garden:

papal apartments. Dio of St. of Miss announced that Gerald McCon- ;
HONG KONG (NC) Acquaintances in the < Augustine Member t ,-- '
Speaking to them in English,
Traces of Christianity in Genevieve Caulfield author ::and lecturer were pleased to oughey of Davenport has been St. Charles
the Father said :
Holy : note in the services of t the week her latest claim named an associate member of Parish ;;
.DONUT "I welcome you here. I have China dating hack perhaps a news ; past the staff.Heads.
1 r received your President. The thousand years have been to fame. She has been sole
discussion of our meeting was discovered", according to a report tial medal of freedom. Child CenterWASHINGTON"
44 Varieties Delicious New England Brothers and entitled "The
by communist China's According to the dispatch
( world peace under the blessingof (NC-Dr. RAY MEARS
Within" has Intro-
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official news from NCWC News Service In
agency.The
Christ. I now give too
you David A. St Martin has been
duced her to other friends in
FINEST CUP OF COFFEEAT
discoveries were made Washington, D.C., this gold JEWELERSLocally
and to all families and
your named director of the Catholic
her native land the United
OUR DUNK BAR dear ones blessing.." In Tsinkiang, a city on thehouthuest medal is the highest honor a
my
University of America's Child Owned anti Operated Byr.
States of America.
,
2215 t COLONIAL DRIVE China coast, the President ,
can .... 'Ii '. Center succeeding the late F. & STSAX MjiisnrSI :
ORLANDO Loves New China Neus! )'t'- r Long before the term "la Yapostle"
GA 3-9182 ComparedVATICAN Agency confer upon a., v Father Albert J. van der Veldt Irar In .Jewelry Iluttlneis
ported. Theyere an undamaged became popular shewas
civilian I for
CITXCUnly) O.F.M. A graduate of the University WATCH REPAIR
one. Long before there
rectangular Mono service In !
a mother's love for her child .. of Tennessee! medical
Parish PHARMACY Guide on which a crowned angel peace time. -: A' were papal volunteers or Ex- JEWELRY REPAIR
can compare with a Priest'slove school Dr. St. Martin was.
and Syriac inscriptions tension volunteers or peace DIAMONDSENGRAVING
some Miss Caulfield
for his people, Pope Paul trained in psychiatry at George-
had heen engraved, and a : corps volunteers she
and 30 other 1 "Vw!
VI told an audience for diocesan town University Hospital and
Your Doctor's PrescriptionsWill presidents of the Unionof triangular tablet on which a medalists will i pioneered in similar programs, Children's Hospital here. WATCHES
surrounded clouds despite her lifelong handicapof
e-ross hy receive the
Italian Women of Catholic JEWELRY
:k Be Filled had been drawn. The Red blindness.
: Promptly At Action in Rome for a course in honors at a Complete Pest Control
news agency attributed these specialVhite Born in Suffolk, she lost her Phone GA 2-3652
leadership techniques. Pope
These Parish Pharmacies. Paul emphasized his long association finds to Nestorian Christians House c ere- 3llM Caulrl.1d sight in infancy through an LEWISCOBBEXTERMINATING
the Middle accident. But in life she CO. Ra
with Catholic Actionas of Ages. mony in September. Only 24 early

a young Priest.A Moslem and Buddhist antiquities other persons have receivedthe [ adopted a philosophy which Incorporated 1946Utft
Wilfred Dr. '.. )los: 2115
of the like this -
same period medal since it inaugurated goes :
pastor of souls, he said, was Orlando :&1-3101 14 N. Orange Ave.
Good Shepherd must never be "a dilettante or were also unearthed which in 1945 by President: "Being blind merely means

a part-timer" but must "give bore inscriptions in Arabic, Harry S. Truman. that you cannot see. Itdoesn't -- .__ I
I Watt Pharmacy all" for souls.Pontiff. Syriac and Persian. Miss! Caulfield is! best ORANGE COUNTY
Tsinkiang, formerly known mean you can't live a Mr h
known In Florida for the lecture -
{ GILLIAM'S CORNER Stresses as! Chuaiichow, was a great tours she Rave under full life if you're willing to BERG VAULT Co.

Your Family Drug Store Prescriptions-Free DeliverySt. commercial port during the diocesan lay organization fight for It and rely with SINCE 1946-AIR SEALED

1 ImportanceCommunications Of Sung and Yuan dynasties sponsorship in 1957; 1959; utter faith on the help of the REINFORCED CONCRETE

Charles (960-1308)>> and was visited by and 1962.
Almighty every step of theway" BURIAL VAULTS
.
travelers from India, Persia
Now 75, Miss Caulfield has!
Cook's Pharmacy VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope and the )Middle };a"t. It has spent 50 years as a teacher, When Only The :Fln..t It Good Kn..(h I
been identified as the port founder of schools She opened her first school T. B. Mare REQUEST IT
facilities for the
the
Paul VI has visited At. MU8ZY.V8KI JK. Owner Member St. James
FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY from which Marco Polo I for the blind in then
of Vatican Radio, sayinghe embarked blind in Southeast Asia and a Tokyo

4345 Edgewater Drive Orlando Phone 293-1382 did so to stress the Impor- on his return trip toY social worker. Her autobiography went on to establish other
fOnl '... schools in
( published by Thailand Vietnam,
tance which the Church gives HarperViet
St. Margaret Mary to modern communications the Philippines and other THOMSON & McKlNNONIN

BILL PLANK'S DRUGS techniques. -- places in the Far East.

ALOMA LIGGETT REXALL Chaplain Controversy in ORLANDO SINCE 1924
Pope Paul was welcomed at Miss Caulfield now Bangkok

PRESCRIPTIONS Phone 644-6559 the Vatican Radio building in Thailand, was awardedthe Member New York Stock Exchangeand

ALOI.t CENTERFellow the Vatican gardens by the sta Threatens End to CorpsBy 1961 Ramon Magsaysay
Parishioners Ar. Invited To raft Our Chare Account and
rlUery Sertir tion's director, Father Antonio Award for international under- other principal exchanges

Stefanizzi S.J. He made a standing.
Father Patrick O'Connor
I
CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2-7183
St. JamesSTRAWDER'S short tour of the studios and SAIGON (NC-The Vietnamese government proposesto About the same time she

PHARMACY offices and then addressed the abolish all agreed to act as special adviser
military chaplaincies rather than yield to the
staff in the main for of medical treat
Service At Its Best building's demand that 50 Buddhist a program
Prescription chaplains be appointed, accord-
hall. He told them: ment of blind children sponsored MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
Now Under New Ownership-James W. Swan, Phg. ing to wen unformed sources.
"We consider it a duty at government have demanded 50) by Catholic Relief Serv-
Fast Free Delivery 2700 S. Orange Blosom Trail GA 2-2316 the beginning of Our pontificate There is consternation among chaplaincies.The ices National Catholic Welfare COMPLETE IMNNKKS TO GO

to Rive precedence to Catholics in and outside the authorities feel pressure Conference in Saigon Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $ 1.00

Vatican Radio in Our visitsto armed forces who have heard Vietnam.As .
the especially from America to givein Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95

the different sections ofVatican report. to every Buddhist demand.At she "hop-scotched"
Fish Dinner $1.00
.I City. There are now ahout) 50 the same time they seem through the Far East establishing -

He said this duty was en- Vietnamese Catholic Priests to fear that chaplains taken institutions for the blind, Shrimp Dinner $1.15

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July 14 PROVIDENCE (NC)-Parents of private school pupils

6th Sunday after Pentecost. : have set wheels in motion to assist their children in making MIEM, RAl.e. .:

(Mass of Sunday, Gloria, requests to borrow tax-paid textbooks under the state's A MODERN'; NfRA J H>

Creed, Preface of Trinity). new law. lard A.Dwpa.fraak M....
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MONDAY, July 15 Rhode Island begins next the distribution of books to see -- -- -
649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862-6501
St. Henry. (Mass of a confessor September to lend textbooks if church agencies themselves 1

not a Bishop, Gloria, to parochial and. other private become Involved. ST. PETERSBURG

Common Preface). school pupils in three subjects:

TUESDAY. July' 16 science, mathematic and modern -

Our Lady of Mount Carmel. ; A1i. rtt foreign languages.The Carl ,T. Bouchard Funeral Home

(Mass of preceding Sunday, books are to be selected .

2nd prayer of Marian feast, from a list approved by 557 CLEARWATER-LARGO ROAD-LARGO,

Common Preface; or Mass of the state department of public Telephone 584-2119

feast Gloria, Preface 0 f Instruction and made 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

Blessed Virgin). available to local communities -

WEDNESDAY, July 17 which will split the cost
St. Alexius. (Mass of a con of the lending program with FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

fessor not a Bishop, Gloria, the state agency.

Common Preface; or Mass of x tiM1.T Under the law, the textbooks BRADENTON SARASOTA
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Preface). : The problem facing parents is

t THURSDAY, July 18 .h"'L..wr.-; .._... "i/h--: ___..? au- *v**_ __ 'A.-.J MR. rmi ,.,j j what books to be selected by
t St. Camillus of Lellis. (Mass their children for next year's PHONE 877-7524
ST. BRENDAN'S WOMEN'S CLUB INSTALLS OFFICERS
Gloria of courses in the non-public
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of Sts.feast Symphorosa, prayer and her Father Neil A. Sager recently installed these officers Wicklen, Mrs. August Schildbach, president; :Mrs. Eu- schools.It A. P. BOZA
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seven eons, martyrs; Com appears that home-school 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE.
Ormond Beach; from left, Mrs. Lloyd Rensel, Mrs. J. The luncheon for tin installation was at Embers Im-
mon Preface). groups will attempt to act as TAMPA 7, FLORIDA
FRIDAY: July 19 Herbert Behm, Mrs. William Maroney, Mrs. John Van- penal House. intermediaries between the

St. Vincent de Paul. (Mass of schools and the pupils.

a confessor not a Bishop, Doors to St. Peter's Basilica Focus InterestVATICAN The Providence diocesan JOHN S. RHODES JR.
Gloria, Common Preface). school board has issued no instructions

SATURDAY, July 20 CITY NC "ravenniana becauseIt a The three artists chosen to Catholic schoolsor
( ) probably opened only during Holy were how books FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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St. Jerome was used by non-Roman Year of jubilee, usually every Alfredo Biagini, Venzanzio
Three massive bronze doors
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of feast Gloria, 2nd 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER
prayerr Italians. 25th year. The bronze holy Crocetti and Giacomo Manzu. 446:3055GRIFFITHCLINE :
have been made to to be selected from a list
of St. Margaret, Common replace The central door was called door was commissioned by Biagini died shortly afterwardand '

Preface). wooden doors which have the "royal door" or the "silver Pope Pius XII.. and was erectedin was replaced by a two-man of more than 700 titles. w

SUNDAY, July 21 been in use for the front entrances door" because of the silver 1949. team, Francesco Nagni and In Warwick, a number of ia'

7th Sunday after Pentecost. to S 1. Peter's plating put there by early The replacement of the final Alessandro Monteleone, who parochial and private school k

(:Mass of feast, Gloria, Preface -basilica. Popes. But the plating was always three, wooden doors with had been runners-up. officials said they did not

of Trinity). Altogether there are five stolen and after Leo III bronze ones has long been a The,door on the far left was plan to provide lists of booksto FUNERAL DIRECTORS
be used next ,
doors in the front of the ba- it was never replaced. wish of Vatican authorities.The assigned to Manzu. Its main year.
Bridge Blessed silica. The door to the right of the wish became a reality themes are the Ascension of In Cranston, a spokesmanfor 949-4211 TAMPA 237-3336

, Historically the five doors- center was the "door of the when Prince George of Bavaria, Christ and the Assumption of the Parents Guild of St.

OPORTO, Portugal (NO)-Anew which were also a feature of Romans" and was kept by them who died 20 years ago, willed Mary. The door to the left of Paul Catholic school said that

bridge across the Douro the preceding basilica-had for their exclusive use. part of his fortune, to the Vat the center, assigned to Crocetti, he hoped the guild could get FUNERAL HOME i

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administrator reserved for funeral 1445. The only other older three doors. execute the door to the affiliate of the American Civil
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visible only from the interiorof chosen and the competitionwas ern history of the Church, from voted to support a court test A6nglon nlemorlal( hapeli, .inc.

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Music Art Dramatics!' Tennis SwimmingFor ( 11. 1963) each month.
CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI spoke in English HOME
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Morally Unobjectionable for General
Patronage when he received Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishopof

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Castaways Phantom
OuterSpace Planet 311 MAIN ST. GAINESVillEHAROLD
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descriptive Escape from East Man from the Three Stooges In Orbit Spellman alone for about 2 0[) 1 ,ll
REV. FATHER DIRECTORP. Berlin Diner's ClubMarco Ticklish Affair minutes.Then the Cardina 1 all by their example
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Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters!' :Morally\ Unobjectionable for Adults and AdolescentsAll who are !studying in Rome. Father Guy Ferrari O.S.B.,

Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through Xight Long Guns of Darkness Paranoiac The Pontiff greeted the:1 curator of the Vatican Li-

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) Church Looks to Laymen to Carryits- Mission to Other Laymen



By Msgr. James L Tucek perlence and his enthusiastic The lessons learned In that of expert ecclesiastics, can be tlon. The terms of the 'royal "It is the whole Church tonishing reforms In the present -so many defects, imperfections
In the Priesthood' of the which itself in the order of the Church, so and abuses which we ourselves
support past. hard school of Catholic Action of great utility and has already simple lay expresses
VATICAN CITY (NO) Even before his ordinationto under fascism were later been of great use to the pastoral man will be greatly clarified." council, and we are the much as to change its cen encounter in Catholic life.
What Pope Paul VI had to Is not a magic
the Priesthood, he was taught by Cardinal Montini as ministry. All the studiesof Defines Layman's Place Church. turies-old lineaments and makeof The council
say about the laity before he militantly active In the Catholic Archbishop of Milan.In environments, explorationof In that pastoral letter Car. "But," he warned, "we it a wholly new. Institution, wand. Certainly, it will propose

became the present succes- youth organizations of his pastoral letter of Lent, existing laws, the conclusions dinal Montini foresaw two should guard against two illusions as some say, modern and a revisIonary program of
sor of St. Peter Indicates In the
and worship
Italy. Then as a young Priesthe 1962, Cardinal Montinl observed of modern pedagogy and special aspects of the lay which tomorrow could modeled on the Juridlc pat discipline
that he Is concerned with dispositionsand
distinguished himself for become delusions. terns associated with contemporary -Church, will give
that the Church's con the art of publicity, and so apostolate which he considered
the development 0 f lay his work among Catholic university tact with the contemporaryworld forth, can be a high contribution should be brought out in the Foresaw Illusions life. It will not be so. precepts in many sectorsso
spirituality and of lay col- be of correction, of updating
The other illusion would needful
students. "directly concerns the of the laity to those who counciL 'The first Illusion would be
laboration with the '
in the mission of the hierarchy Church. Early Days with YouthIn apostolate of the laity and have the responsibility of They were the developmentof that of thinking that the council that of believing that the council and development.Immediate
its
The 1923, shortly after his return could not be otherwise, for the guiding the mission of the the layman's spirituality "in will decree radical and as- will create a remedy for the "However, found in
reign of the Holy Father greatness cannot be
from a brief assignmentat laity live in that world to Church. an increasingly more intimate
bodes well for the less its efficacy.The .
lay apostolate Joe Williams this, and even
the apostolic nunciature In which the mission of the Cardinal Montinl on the participation in the liturgical
because be measured
of his active ex- council will not
Poland, Father Montini was Church must be carried. eye of the opening of the mysteries of the Christian community

assigned by Baslllo Cardinal "They have greater experience Second Vatican. Ecumenical ," and the developmentof Strives for Average purely results.by its"good JuridiC

Daytona Beach PompllJ. vicar general of with it than the ecclesiastics Council anticipated the pronouncements the layman's vocation "by and ritual **

Rome, to be spiritual directorof ," he said. on the lay I,his collaboration with the hierarchy Homerun RecordThe

the Federation of Catholic Rub Shoulders with World apostolate as one of Its most through his own witnessof Despite Daytona BeachPRINTING

University Students of Italy Important works. Christ and the Church in
MR. FIX-IT (FUCI). "They are the closest witnesses In the same pastoral letter, the modern world." deadline for big-league trades came and went with

FURNITURE REPAIRED Father Montini's assignmentcould of the Church's missionto he wrote: It was inconceivable to Cardinal the Yankees standing pat And yet they returned todayto

I Uwa: Furniture made to Order not have come In more the world, and they live and "One may believe that the Montini that any Catho- the oldest permanent pennant factory in the U. S. with Letter Press & Offset

Small Appliance Repair difficult years. It was a time see its phenomena. Thereforethe Catholic laity will be given explicit -lic layman or cleric should not .a... new ballnlaver.Well Couchman Printing Co.

Located front of when the young fascists, the collaboration of the laity and honorable recognition be keenly Interested in the --r--J not exactly new. Let's he can hit for an average despite J. Mill try. Owner
with the hierarchy begins in the council. council his long-ball reputa CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia
"squadristi, were secretly and It this way-Roger Marls
put
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667.7683 OR 7.5993 unofficially encouraged to "The person of the laymanIn "The council concerns us, Is a different ballplayer. At tion.
I harass Catholic youth activi consists in the study of the the Church will certainly be not only because it touchesour least that's the impression we Marls has never hit .300 as a

ties. Father Montini always present world and in Indicating -exalted to the level to which interests and destinies in got watching big leaguer, never came closeas Italian and American Food

counseled avoiding open con- the results of the study to his baptism raised him, assume some manner but also becauseall h 1 m againstthe a Yankee, dropped to .256

N N N flict, saying once at a Catholic the Church."It ing him Into supernatural life, of us," he wrote, "if we are Red Sox last season. Now he's pacingthe Open 5 P.M.'til I II I P.M.

t v Vt student congress: is an informative collab and to the level given him by truly faithful members of the In Boston last active Yankees with a .300- Banquet Facilities

"If we cannot today go for. oration. The studies of statis confirmation, calling him to Mystical Body of Christ, must week. All of a plus gait and is tops in HRs.

ward with banner unfurled, tics and religious sociology the public profession of his participate In it in certain form sudden he Even the toughest hidesaren't Closed Mondays

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The Implication was too obvious .

Registered JewelersCL for anybody to miss,

2-2552 American Gen Society '122 N. Beach St. r Marls least of all. Actually, he RUMMAGE SALE

r2s couldn't have missed it If he Wednesday-Thursday Friday 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.

had tried. The uncomplimentary SATURDAY- 10:00 A.M. to 12 Noon

; contrast was learnedlyand "A New. Sale Every Week"

DAYTONA Retail Sales 7p endlessly analyzed In press THE RUMMAGE SHOP 713 Main Street

Discount Prices box literature.

This season, with Mantle
FURNITURE M again Immobilized It has Floyd J. Tredway'a

I been different go has Marls. Daytona Moving & Storage Co. a

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Holy Society Mary parish:, from seated, Claude Mix-
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Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building vice-president; Raymond Burkard, treasurer, George Phillips, secretary; and Paul came on top.
Stroub, marshal. What, if any, is the explanation Go Gas Live Modern Cooking

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Catholic Book Reviews Though there are times when Water Heating Drying Refrigeration
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HANSARD'SSERVICE I
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St. Joseph's Life DescribedST. This list af Catholic hooks rlsdrrrrntly ticular target, he is fundamentally ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONINGGREEN'S
was prepared by the LIbrary reserved, unemotional, In.
CENTER af the CathIU UalunltT .f
MUFFLERS hibited.On .
JOSEPH is one of the most important men In the his- Am.rlf'L.
a recent yesterday, he Fuel Gas ServiceFREE
MONSMA, JOHN C. Science
ALIGNMENT tory of the Church. Yet there is little factual information -
and Religion. (Putnam. $3.95)). made a startling statement (for
CALL US TODAYCL
TUNE-UPS I 170 Ridgewoo'd, Holly Hill about him. Apocrypha, and a bibliography."The A symposium for 23 essays. him) to our Phil Pepe. He was QUOTATIONS -
Renee Zeller, author of 'The 2-5951 CL 3.2255 830 No. R.dgewood
Book of Joseph" was NOVA, FRITZ. Contemporary out to hit .360, lead in RBIs and
Book of Joseph portrays the related categories. Home runs?
published by Hawthorn European Governments.
rI CL 5.4548 life of the head of the Holy Books on June 28, 1963 (Helicon. $10)). Covers Great He'd take them as they came;

Family, a carpenter by trade, $4.95). Britain and the Commonwealth they would not, in any case, be BELLAIR LANESBowl
the of the
against background
It Is a companion volume to France, Germany and his primary objective.Was .
times in which he lived.
"The Book of Mary" by Henri the ,Soviet UnIon.O'FAOLAIN he saying the home run For
Is illustrated with
This book
Danlel-Rops (Hawthorn, 1960)). SEAN. I Re had been in '61 when he hit

dWNTODfTOtGCNTS f full-color reproductions from There is little about JosephIn member. (Little, Brown. $4.50)). 61 with a BA of only .269 If \rs

a 'oiil1i aire the old masters. the Gospel. He is describedas A collection of 11 short stories. he wasn't, others were, or had Fun and Health
\ It contains an appendix with
DEODORANTS a "just man." He was knownto PORTFOLIO OF CATHOLIC said it. "(The year Ruth boomed 1/. ,
texts from the New Testament
noon WAXI ,| have been a carpenter and INSTITUTIONAL DES I G X. 60 he hit .356 and drove in 161 d. :-J Fun For The Entire FamilyBELLAIR

INSECTICIDE y CO. of the noble line of David. (Catholic Property Administration runs). A discrepancy that was ..15
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Page Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 12, 1963 : ,.' :Cl :, '11{ -: Poles Hear
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John C. O'Brien I
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Pleoseheu co
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Must U.S. Spend So, for Offices? i -. gel- 'a_ ".... US x3vi' "f Q. : "

chool' us ,. Of Prelate
:
surest way for a mem- fort nothing but the. best Only a few years ago the Nj .. -rl.t.. L ':
THE of Congress to get him. Mill suffice. east face of the capitol was extended "h'R/adi1-, *.. v..... ,.' ,. ') .. (Continued fr.m Pale One)

self put down by his colleaguesas Take, as an example, the at a cost of $24 million :.// t :' ......... C.,,.f \ '
an obstructionist is to ques- new $90 million office buildingfor and the complex of monu- 'toM1sGve:: tomp, '". VI, to return to Warsaw.
The Cardinal arrived in the
tion the mental members' office build-
way members of the house near-
congressspends ing completion next door to the ings now number four. ours Write ""' \\lrite Polish capital on July 7 and
,
was welcomed by a crowd
moneyon two existing structures that The recent vast expansion
TO .s'' which strewed flowers in his
itself. Con now house the members. It program, however, is only : f' fiends ne'n
: M That evening he
gressmen are -i will have a swimming pool, 20 the beginning of the grand I fOt. he. path. preachedto
quick to criticize by 60 feet, with steam baths design of the capitol architect a congregation of about 2000
what they and rubbing rooms, five dining for providing for the I fM Li'w: people in his cathedral of St.

consider lavish rooms, a cafeteria seating near comfort and convenience of : jW John the Baptist.He .

and wasteful. e ly 700, a 3-story garage in the., the,lawmakers. I : .,. '- said:
spending by basement which alone will cost Projected is an extension of f "Peace Is not somewhere In

the executived $8 million. the west face of the capitol at i! the cloud or on the moon.
e par tment. One member questioned the an estimated cost of another &E Peace is in the minds of
But when a member gets up need for a swimming pool. $25 to $30 million. Also in the ,h men.**

to protest about congress How, he asked, could congressmen plan is an underground garage 3 4 Gomulka In h.ls speech
throwing money around for its reconcile this "luxury" under the east plaza of the reverted to Stalinist tactics In
own comfort his colleagues be- with their protests that theyare capitol with parking space for A. 1 Qr t warning Polish writers and intellectuals

tray their boredom by shuf- overworked and the com- hundreds of cars. that spreading anti-
fling papers or staring at the plaint of constituents that they Sen. Paul Douglas of Illinois communist ideas would not ba
spectators in the public gal accomplish so little? has estimated that this wouldbe # tolerated in Poland.

leries. .. .. .. .. ... ,. ... .... ... .. ., .,...,....... .
"The question is, quite one of the costliest garages :;:: : ,'::,..:: :,:..... :.'aVlA&V.,::- .v..W G, a wW.a'b'maaw _.. ._:'::. .0< .. ..... : '- :":.Ih. '- 444-:444: --No : ''' Since 1956; Poles have had
The state department has frankly" this member said in the world-some $20,000 for TITUSVILLE 'STAMPEDE' BRINGS IN OVER 540 BOOKS: MORE NEEDED more freedom of expressionthan

been a favorite target of the "will we spend our time frolicking each parking space.' That Trading stamps, any',kind, school uniforms are, from the Sharon Finlejr, Alan :Welly; Santo and Leonard Xarkel.Increased people in any other Iron
house appropriations committee in the pool built with would be he has told the sen- are needed by the childrenof left kneeling, Barbara Zackel standing, Diane Finley, Miriam school enrollments Curtain country-
whose members frown taxpayers' money, while on thetaxpayers' ate, seven times the unit cost St. Teresa School.in Titus. John Dal Santo, Cathy Welly, Paul Dal Santo, bring on the need for another Since the beginning of the
upon requests for entertain payroll?" of the underground garages in ville for a new school bus. Dal Santo, Jeff Finley, Melanie Findley, Dario Dal school bus. year, reports from Poland show
ment funds for embassies and Just the furniture for the Grant Park, Chicago, and in Since they started their that the government has been

other agencies of the depart new building will cost $3,500- Boston Commons.No "stampede for stamps, Father taking increasingly harsh
ment. 000. Originally $27,000 was in- one would argue that the John B. O'Hare reports, Retreats for Men {Held at St., Leo; measures against the Church.In .

Taxpayer' money, the cluded in the furnishing estimates lawmakers are not entitled to they have brought ,in over particular it has been redoubling -

congressmen say, should not for wall calendars, but adequate office space, but a 540 books, but many more its efforts to force
be squandered for champagne this was struck ,out when a taxpayer has the right to ask are needed. Send stamps to For Women,, at San Antonio Priory religious instruction into the

parties and the like. member pointed out that com- whether it should cost approxi- the children, he says, in care straitjacket the Gomulka regime -
More recently the newly established mercial calendars by the score mately $600,000 to provide a of their school, P.O. Box (Continued from Page One) Sisters in singing the Mass. are brought home by manifold fabricated for it two

United States travel come in every mail around the house member with an office 1398; Titusville. Pictured taking Leo Abbey assist in the con- During these hours of retreat -considerations. The worst di- years ago.

service, an agency of the department turn of the year. uite. part in the stampede, in fessions. the women participatein sease which afflicts our age, The: religious instruction Is-
of commerce, caughtthe .. Another Instruction follows almost every phase of spirit the most pregnant source of-'sue was the main reason for
.. ...... .... ..... .
:- 'f. Ut'n:
baleful eye of the economy- a.gQsP'w afternoon refreshments. The ual exercises. evil, is its lightness 'a n d the April meeting between
minded committee.The time between the end of this Two more conferences are thoughtlessness through which Gomulka and Cardinal Wyszynski -

function of the agencyIs t' : conference and supper is reserved -given Sunday morning. During men lose their way." which followed the PolishBishops'

to promote tourism in the We for private meditationand their free time, many of the Last summer retreats for joint pastoral declar-

United States, to induce for- e al.i a kEc "' hS spiritual reading. women chose to swim in the women were the greatest in ing that religious teaching
eigners to visit this country Benediction of the Most lake which is just a short walk number in attendance since would continue despite govern

and spend some money to redress Blessed Sacrament and a conference from the Priory. Others may the West Florida Laywomen'sRetreat ment harrassment.The .
the imbalance in inter- are given Saturday browse in the gift shop. association has been pastoral, read In
national payments. When the night. Between the instructions The closing! ceremonies of aiding the diocesan Priests in churches throughout Poland on

appropriations committee discovered during the day, the the retreat take place after the retreat movement.Mrs. April 21, reported many cases

that the agency had women may choose from a dinner at noon Sunday-; Richard Sullivan, of banning religious instruc-

passed out cuff links and brace- ,:' large selection. of books .in blessing of the religions articles president of the .association, tion in private homes, parish

lets to visitors to its foreign v a, the library. endidion'of the reports that reservations, property chapels and even in
offices at a cost of $2141, some a Both the library and the Most Blessed Sacrament and available in the remaining churches. Said the pastoral:

of the committee members hit chapel are air-conditioned. the blessing:; of Pope Iaul1. retreats. (For a list! of "Since the beginning of the
the ceiling. e. They are adjacent to the priory Various intentions are offered these! dates, sec Coming school year, state school inspectors
The committee also recordedits and academy.The by the women who make Events on Page 3). ban been banning
Benedictine Sisters con- these retreatS-a friend or relative
indignation when informedthat ,, 8 A H Reservations for the retreats men Religion from teaching
duct a school for girls, grades who has fallen-away from
travel service had lot-ears.
the .y may be made through parish religion in nearly all
nine. through 12, during. the the Church or a deceased
decorating its _
spent: $192,690 representatives. Dates have In the !'lame"ay, Sisters and
offices. school year. Some of the area spouse. Many describe a retreat -
four or five foreign been assigned to many par lay people are prohibited
girls who attend the Academy, as a "spiritual pickup."
This objection, however, ishes; however, if that date from giving religious instruction
assist in serving the delicious, But whatever the reason, all
trivial when the expenditures -
children.
seems conflicts with other plans, another to
home-cooked meals during the retreatants find the time
spentin
of the travel
date can be arranged for "We will continue to teach
agency, not more than $3 mil retreat. spiritual. exercises a reward- your convenience."We religion, because this is in con
lion at the outside, are con- The retreatants attend a ing and satisfying experience.All would like to see more formity with our conscience,
High Mass and receive Com retreatants leave the Priory ;
trasted with the $280 million women enjoying the spiritual our vocation, and the highestlaw
munion Sunday morning. Many better able to face the problemsof
the
congress has spent since exercises offered during the codes of our fatherland:
second World War for alterations ..,.. of .the women join with the every day life. hours of a closed retreat," Mrs. the constitution of the Polish

to the capitol and for HOME AND SCHOOL 'LEADERS IN JACKSONVILLEFather The need for retreats was Sullivan said. People's Republic, the decree

palatial new office buildingsfor Daniel Hegarty has congratulated these new officers of the Home and Mass I brought in of out his by Pope Pius XI Plan now to make your reservation about freedom of conscienceand
I ChangeWinter one encyclicals:
its members. at the retreat house. profession of faith, the
School Association in St. Matthew: parish, Jacksonville. From left, they are, standing,
Congress think embassies "If you consider the time In between the
may ((1956)) agreement
George J. Callahan,; Edward Sanchez; seated, :Mrs. Robert G. Mason, Mrs. Vincent Haven, St. Joseph which live will
should lead a simplelife we you see government and the episco-
but when it comes to Puleo, Mrs, Francis E. Vallencourt, president; :Mrs. 'Stanley Kowalegyk and Mrs. Church, 7:30 and 11 a.m., Sun- that the importance, usefulness 46 Per Cent Catholic pate."

for its com Carl Komosky. I days. and timeliness of retreats
providing own .. .... .. .. .. BERNE (XC)-About 46 per
., ,, ... ,
'' .v. M1 54'#" .M* yn tA4'"'!>N'.R' qppt <
} !
V' pp '
r2'; .Y '
: : "
: :. :<< : "f.: .y ) J the of JACKSONVILLE
: : << .) ) mtI 1 cent of 5,500,000 people
IN TAMPA--- : Switzerland are Catholics, according -
ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE ? + to new figures releasedby
I :FrR E D'A oS
HOTELDIRECTLY ; the Swiss government's statistical -
HILLSBORO + : !"" < office ,here. STEER

ACROSS THE STREET FROM :' '. The actual percentage couldbe ROOCIt1
SACRED HEART CHURCH undoubtedly higher, since a

large number of laborers from

Italy and Spain, mostly Cath-
GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES olics, has come into Switzer- OAI. iaCLLZIISTEAKS
land since the population survey -
was made in December, Toot of Bnur St. Ylado*
Kb 4-AI36
pt 1960.

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JUST TWO BLOCKS FROM EAS'TER1J: NG P.H'AJ !M A CV
ST. PATRICK'S PARISH AND SCHOOL : _.. -
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Tree Pickup and Delivery Luncheon and Rod Bar
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