The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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were the guests of Monsi: :

gnor George W. Cummingsat

Good Counsel Camp last:
week-end. Archbishop Joseph !7q t

P. Hurley was the celebrant 3
VOL. XXIV, No. 39 Orlando, Florida Friday, July 26, 1963. Ten Cents of a Missa Recitata

which opened the annual day j; t : T ;.
Pope Paul VISigns of Recollection.

After Mass, Archbishop. t tS

Hurley spoke to the young ,

of Hope Seen men on the lofty purposes of? S V'y V l

I the Holy Sacrifice, and later:

during the day met with the \

. seminarians and aspirants ZY'

In World HorizonVATICAN individually. a+

Reminding the young men

present that the Holy Sacrifice

CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI apparently referring to nuclear test bar! of the Mass is the great act of

talks in Moscow, said that there are signs of "greater hope and serenity" in the world atonement that nominates and x

Pope Paul made the point during a noontime appearance last Sunday at his studio win: designates the Priest, Archbishop n. i f fM

dow. and- -then led the crowd of 20,000 in St. Peter's square below in recitation of the a, Hurley told them to n a I 1t

Angelus for world peace. persevere so that they might
Vatican Radio, in a newscastthe ing human life as a premiseand diffidences fade and spirits also become intermediaries be-

same day, interpreted the condition for every future draw closer. tween God and man. y

Pope's remark as referring to development. "It is significant that tht e He emphasized that the Holy

a "recent demonstration of "It is significant i that an need to respect and protect tht 1 Sacrifice of the Mass is central -
understanding! ;:, considered! unattainable and that the inner Y i
signs of good will. The com right to life is recognized. Foi r corer

ment came in a "radio edito- until yesterday, the first time since the end oi is the same no matter what Q

rial" on the "scientific discovery has today become possible: the second world conflict, then the language or ceremonies.

which for years has held is shown among the responsible [. He told them to keep the basic
the hearts leaders essentials of the Mass in mind. # '' t'' L asst
of men in the gripsof of peoples and.na L. 4'

anxiety." Beatification Set tions a point of agreement;: Candidates for the Priest- ... -

Neither the Pope nor Vat- VATICAN: CITY (NC) limited it is true, but real. hood, the Archbishop* said, SEMINARIANS' DAY OF RECOLLECTION AT CAMP GOOD COUNSEL .

lean Radio made direct ref The beatification of Bishop i "It seems that, as the Churd* must search for God, and the Seminarians and aspirants to the Priesthood from the left, are Father Louis J. Bentivoglio, Father Philip E.

erence to talks between theSoviet John N. Neumann of Philadelphia has implored since the time o f ascent to God would day-by- Diocese of St. Augustine are shown above at the annual Halstead, Father Thomas J. Burns, Father William G.

Union, Great Britain has been tentatively Benedict XV, a recognition o f day their help goal them in life.progress toward Day of Recollection at the Diocesan youth camp. Pic- Joseph, and Monsignor George W. Cummings, camp I
the United
and nuclear test ban States treaty.But .on a. rescheduled for October 13, it certain natural values, commorto I Your goal is God, he said.r tured with the seminarians in the front row, from the director.
vas disclosed' here by Father all and stronger than an)
the Vatican City daily Nicholas B. Ferrante C-SS.K., ideological or political opposi L" Your origin and your destiny seized upon God with their who impresses others, one who (seminarians to pas! on to He called upon them to let

L'Osservatore Romano said in postulator of his cause The tion, may be realized. are one and the same and your minds-they have not pos- draws others, you must be a others the things that have other youth know the greatness

an article under the title, date has not yet been officially life must link the one to thee sessed Him in love, he said. man of prayer, he said. become clear in the prison of and the compelling task I

"Signs for Hope," that news announced by the Sacred "We salute, therefore, th< other; God is your origin, God You young men remember thatit The Archbishop urged the their spirits, in their minds. of the Priesthood.

coming from Moscow gives Congregation of Rites. prospects which may be foreseen !'- is your destiny, he continued. is the wisdom itself whichis

"hope for an agreement, at as a victory of good wil II We want to tell the story of personified in Our Lord and
The beatification of Bishop rising from lower levels whichurges salvation clearly to our Mass Celebrated For
least partial, on a suspensionof more Saviour, Jesus Christ, he coun Requiem
experimental nuclear explo- Neumann was originally;: the communities (of nations people, he said. In a 11 agesr seled.
scheduled for June 23 but ) with irresistible told it-In some
sions. powei they agess You know in the Gifts of the
Enthusiastic cheers greetedthe had to be postponed!< becauseof to an encounter which today i; they told it very well-In other Holy Ghost there are made Cardinal Valeri Vatican DiplomatVATICAN

Pope when he appeared at the final illness of Pope limited and partial, but tomorrow > ages, they have not told it well, very clear distinctions between ,

his window. He paused for a John XXI1L please" God, may b
moment as he looked over the broader. came clouded. Some have not he told them. You want to be Cardinal Valeri, Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of Religious, who died at age 79.

large crowd, shielding his eyes .- understanding Priests, Priestsof
from the sun with his hand. _1c1 the spirit, Priests who understand Archbishop Paul PhilippeO.P. The evening of the day the
., the congregation's secre-
He then said: almost instinctivelythe Cardinal died Pope Paul wentto
tary, offered the Mass in the
where hp
"We will recite this his apartment,
prayer things of the spirit, the life
transept chapel of Sts. Processus .x
(the Angelus) together, makingours of grace, he said. knelt in prayer for more than
Martinian in St. Peter'sbasilica. 9Y
the intention that We proposed %8 9a Y 1 1ux and 10 minutes before the bier.
A'man who is instinctively The dean of the Sa-
to the general audience Cardinal Valeri's body lay in
'. cred College of Cardinals, Eu-
.nnd leads two
yesterday; that is, we will ask &,-- state in the reception room of
genio -Cardinal Tisserant imparted
that the peace of the Lord may C .Jites-they luse .and! then:. his private apartment until the
be with us and may be extended come to be one, but they are funeral Mass.Cardinal .

,to all humanity and to the t \ two lives-a life of nature Cardinal Valeri died July Valeri 'is the first
t 22, in his apartment on the
whole world. 4 I upper Cardinal to die In the reign of
and a life of grace, the Archbishop floor of the Office
"As you know, there are : Pope Paul VI, and the fourthto
said. He had been afflicted
: .. building.
allow to
plgns which us con die this year. His death
5' It is by that with a serious ailment of the
sider the world horizon with prayer one reduces the number of Cardi-

greater hope and serenity.Let reaches toward God, he said. If throat. nals to S0.Cardinal.

us pray the Lord that you take time to pray, you will Present at his bedside Valeri was born In
He make men truly be showing God that you have when he died were his sister
may Santa Fiora November
Italy, on -
time forum and then He will
; and several other' relatives.
7, 1883, and was ordainedon
must be have time for you, he told the Paul VI in
"We, as Pope a telegramof December 21, 1907. After
the first to ask the Lord for seminarians. condolences sent to the Car- completion of his graduate

this gift of His peace." L Prayer is the creature of dinal's sister, said: "His demise studies, he spent about 10

Vatican Radio said in its : time; a creature of a mind, he leaves a great void in the Sacred years in teaching.He .

newscast: said, which is cleared of all College of Cardinals .
began his diplomatic career
Today, Paul VI wanted to things of earth, of all material We remember his edifying
in 1920 in the offices of
point out to the faithful a re- : things which are a challenge priestly life, his untiring and
the Sacred Congregation for
cent demonstration of signs of to meditation, to a conversationwith faithful work in the Secretariatof
Cardinal Valeri Extraordinary Affairs.
good will. The words he pronounced God. State and in various pone

constitute praise to _____ ..--n-;__ _' If you are to be a good tifical representations." Archbishop Valeri Was
Arabia, Palestine and the!
encourage those who have POPE PAUL VI HOLDS FIRST PUBLIC AUDIENCE Priest, one who imposes him- The papal message reviewed named Assessor of the Sacred -
Transjordan; in nunciatures i in l
given men this reason for hope Pope Paul is carried aloft on his portable throne during his first general audi- self upon others in the best Cardinal Valeri's assignment in Rumania and France; and in l Congregation for the

Those words are proof of ence in St. Peter's Basilica, July 13. More than 7000 .people were present, and the sense of the word, a Priest apostolic delegations in Egypt, the Vatican Administrative Oriental Church in 1918. On

the faithfulness and continuitywith Pope addressed them in five languages. staff, first as Assessor of the January 12, 195.1; he wa

which the Church and Sisters Ar live to Staffn Sacred Congregation for the created a Cardinal by Pope
the Pontiffs perform their W.
Monsignor George oi Oriental Church and then as: Pius! Alf, and that same year
divine mandate to be the wit- he Prefect of the
Prefect of the Congregation of was named
nesses and architects of peace St. Paul's Leesburg Religious."His Congregation of Ilcligious.

among J/servatore! all men."Romano said: Brings Changes To LEESBURG-Father Kei th Symons, pastor of St. Paul work," the Pope said,, That year also the Cardinal,
"bore the imprint of his deep I then 69, nearly died. He was
"News coming from Moscowin parish, has welcomed three Sisters of St. Ann of Provi-
these days allows us to hope Natural Setting of Good CounselBy dence who will arrive in Lee jsburg August 20 to staff St. spirituality, his great gifts of f stricken In April with pneumonia -
intelligence, his culture and and his condition was
for an agreement, at least partial Paul school.
of the children of the area," his gentle manners. considered so critical that he
on a suspension of experimental a Staff Writer Father Symons announced
the last rites.
Father .Sjmons said. "The valuable services! ten. was given
nuclear explosions Also Monsignor George W. Cummings, director of Camp Good Counsel, in an interviewlast that the Sisters of St. Ann of He added that anyone interested dered by the eminent prelateto Cardinal Valeri was a member -

arriving are words which affirm week gave some of the history of one of the Diocese's oldest Camps as well as Providence, the first to cometo in more information the Universal Church and of several Vatican congre-
the necessity of respect- the schools in Diocese
some information concern- our about the school and registration to the Holy See constitute a gations, and in preparationsmade
call modern conveniences. of and
our own we can con were given permission from
' Prelate Named To ing its present day opera- of students for grades one noble title which has earned for the Second Vatican
There was an old trail that duct our own program. their motherhouse, Mount St.
tions. through seven should contact for him Our gratitude, veneration Council he was president of
came in-people used to come Fortunately, the lake is stillas Ann, Evanston, Pennsylvania,
Have Successor'sRights Q. Monsignor i might; him. and prajer the Commission for Religious.
out here and launch boats and
primitive in appearance as to staff the school beginningin .,
,. .. 4/" .ft, 'I' N'
tell how aboutto .t
in Paris us you came go fishing and the old timers it always was but the adjacent September.. !
i .
elect' this particular pot 1
tell that this
me ,
property woods which don't but
we own Sister Mary Clelia SSA,.su-
VATICAN ('ITXCPope( ) fur Camp Good Counsel.A. years ago, was a big orange we use are gradually being
perior. Sister Mary Thad. f
Paul VI has named Archbishop Well, it just happened to grove. transformed by these people .-i\I
Pierre Veuillot co-adjutor Arch turn out to be about the most In fact, when we bought it coming in and building week deus SSA, and Sister Mary t

bishop of Paris with right of beautiful site that we had run there were 30 or 40 great big end cottages back in the woods.I Magdalen SSA, will arrive by

succession.The across. We bought it back in orange trees, they were in bad foresee in years to come plane in Orlando. t
50-year-old prelate was 1947. At that time I think they condition but they were remnants -
The school which in
that the big woods as we know opened
ahead"Oo tdJutol' Archbishop were having the first Catholic of-this old oraftge:groye.
them will not be there any- September 1961 with four
but did not have the rightto : Charities drive and the man Boats would come in and landon
grades taught by a lay faculty,
succeed the Itre'ot'ntI''h.' : who owned part of this prop- our swimming dock site more.Q.
Maybe Monsignor, you will be open now for gradesone
bishop, Maurice Cardinal Fel- erty decided to give'a ,part of which was an old landing. In
could tell' us how many buildings through seven.
tin. it as a donation.- : "v' i, ;;.fact;'the :foundation is anold
you have here and how The Sisters and the lay q
Archbishop Veuillot, grandson We looked into it and tht i" trading post.* It was even there
children ;,
of French Catholic journalist property was magnificent, and' when we first bought the property take many care of. a year you teachers will change classes to '-

Louis Veuillot and son of from that original small donation and you could still find allow for a varied curriculum, 5)

journalist Francois Veuillot, we have added to thproperty. e r the deep posts and the foundations A.Ye just counted our Father Symons reported, and J

was a member of the papal It is now 12S acres. where there was an old buildings the other day.Ve also so that the Sisters may I

secretariat, state for 1C years We looked at 30 or 40 othersites store. have 32 buildings here now. teach all of the pupils in several -

before being named Bishop of all throughout Florida L The boats would come in We can sleep about 200 people subjects.The T

Angers in 1939.; He was named and many of them had some s I through Withelocoochee comfortably without squeezing, f
Congregation of St Ann
co-adjutor Archbishop of Parisin lovely aspects to them; but this i: River and right up into .the and feed anywhere from 200- was founded in Turin, Italy in
1961. one seemed to have the most; lake here and load up with 300 in the dining room. We 1843 St. .i
and was named for
Archbishop Veuillot was a of everything-elevation, trees,t whatever they wanted, mostly have a gigantic kitchen here, Anne, mother of the Blessed

member of the Holy See's mission river, lake, jungles, everything\: oranges and go back down it is really immense.Q. Virgin. Sister Mary Clelia came

to the coronation of Queen i you would want in a camp. the river and unload.Q. How successful. are the I
to the United States with three TO STAFF ST. PAUL SCIIOOL, LEESBURG
hat the condition What has civilization catechetical sessions?
Elizabeth II of England June i Q.11 was
other Sisters in 1952. Sisters Ann of Providence from St.
Three of 'St. Mount Ann
2, 1953. The Paris archdiocese,, of the place at that time? done to your camp? A. Well, in the olden days, Motherhouse
one of the largest in the world,,t A. At that time there- A. Well,v it actually hasn't we used to hear some 20 con-[ "Their dedicated zeal and Evansburg, Pennsylvania, will ,staff St. Paul School l in Leesburg this coming fall. Pictured

numbers about 3,800,000 Cath. were 'no homes out here, nc>>> affected us at the camp so fessions in the- evening and vast experience will be of from the left, are: Sister Mary Magdalene SSA, Sister Mary Clelia SSA, supe-

electricity-nothing that w

oUcs.j V

t. .M. ,
., Page Two THe' Florida Catholic Friday July 2G. 1963 -

New: Deanery

ST. PETERSBURGEdouard Florida Reports: i Listed for DCCW Year HEINZEN

r' Th pr *id Bt ef the 81. Augustine Deanery ef the Diocese Connrll
C. Craig JacksonvilleBLESSED the coming year the following, 1d ef CatholU WelD.n lists chairmen for 1961-61. Clip and .au this lilt.

Contractor and Distributorfor TRINITYLast Just Installed by Fred Stack, xAe Catholic Charities Reports I

district deputy: and Foreign Relief Mrs. Frank Strickland SERVICE
week, a meeting was Robert S.
Fahy, grand
Vikon Metal Ceramic s 2538 Dolphin Ave. FKK15 riCKCr DKL1VERT31th ;
Mrs. Clyde King
held at the home of Mrs. John knight; William J. Mc lenamy, .. St. IXth AT*. S..
SP 4 t .
and Mosaic Tiles Regan, chairman, to plan the deputy grand knight; Cyril A. 106 E. 44th St. Jacksonville 18.Speaker's rhone U1- tM
Jacksonville 18 sin: GREEN STAMPS
917-94th St. So 347-4101 fifth annual card party spon Marx, financial secretary; Law- y AyYr Bureau. 9th SI. lUth AT*. So.
sored by the Women's Guild of rence L. Kiosk, chancellor; p.. y kA Civic ParticipationMrs. Mrs. Lena ClemensR.R. Phone 8H-4I33

Blessed Trinity parish in Jack- Edward G. St. Clair, recorder; : John Gallagher 1, Box 298

Jackson's ShoesLadies' sonville. Mrs. Robert Machartis William M. Pittman, treasurer; 309 Sinclair Dr. Melrose

co-chairman. William Bowen, Inside guard; Tallahassee Spiritual Development
& Men'sClinic The benefit will be an eventof ,Catholic.. Daughters
Case G. Pavuk, outside guard a.i9 and, Retreats_
Miller October 15 in Bishop.Kenny? Robert,,J. Ossowskl, advocate; .+ d Mrs Walter Droze "/ High School auditorium. spon Edward G. Holowinskl, war-, 49 w. 6th St. ; ;,;.: : :
Weyenberg : : Rd.
Vitality :lv2068Gamewell.
sors state. A large..committeehas den; Joseph F. Russell and I f N.ORMjp JacksonYille' : :;::. \J
Cushioned Bellaires been appointed, says Mrs. Albert V. Fortunato, trustees. Spa Catholic Student Center '/:.:/.:>:'v.;. Jacksonville'- 11 /eEa3ft

641 Central! Ave. 862.1355 Leo Vinson, president of Mrs. Glenn A. Farris .'..:v.::/i'buth. aid Blessed Trinity Guild. OrlandoKOFC 4120 N. 13th Ave. : :Mrs. Herb Pepper St.

KOFC TEACHES KOREAN CHILDREN ,Gainesville 103 Bredley St. Petersburg

Knights of Columbus, Fa. J. Edward Henz of Orlandowas Columban Father David M. Sheehan gets a laugh out Committee on Cooperatingwith Lake City 4645 9th Street, North

ther Maher Council, Jackson- presented with an honor of his Korean children during a catechism lesson. Father Confraternityof

I ville, have as the officers for ary membership in the Knightsof Sheehan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sheehan, Largo, Christian Doctrine

. Columbus at a meeting of is stationed in the parish of Illo in the Archdiocese of Mrs. Dennis Kaelemen Madeira Beach Bank

FLORISTGREENHOUSES MUMFORD Our Lady of the Lakes, Council Kwangju, Korea. 9260 Lem Turner Rd. MADEIRA BEACHMember
200 Lakevlcw AT*. 80. Refrigeration Air ConditioningHeat 5150 by Grand Knight John Jacksonville 18 .
< ..
8ervle .
Pomp .
867-2136 Good Vied" Appliances Leitch for completing 25 yearsof Family Life and Parent Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. -i
8T. PETERSBURG .:8. >th. St. Booth membership in Knights of Coming Events Education; Traffic Safety Phone 391.9911 Open Sat. 9.12 ..
Phones Columbus councils.Mr. Mrs. Hal Hall
Day 806.61671te 88-3141 Thin rolnmn Hits future b.n..fUIL. uperlnl meeting and event of mere
Henz was Initiated Into P.O. Box 4-16
than local Intrrett. Advance notice of regular meeting will be omitted.
Council 500 in Dayton, Ohio, Palatka -
Catholics Of Pinellas
PATRONIZE THESEAD.ERTISERS July 26-28, women's 26-28 For County
re- July ,
men's retreat,
In 1919. He moved to OrlandoIn Historian!!
5V4 % October, 1959, and completedhis treat, Holy Same Academy, St. Leo. Mrs. Charles Colee
Calvary CemeteryEndowed
WHO SUPPORT San Antonio.
25th year of council activity Parish Fe th'au t 16 44 Bayview Dr.
INTEREST YOUR CATHOLIC PAPER during June, 1963. and 17, Our Lady of Lourdes, St. Augustine Care
Society Elects Head Melbourne; Women's Club, Rome and School Assoclatioi 1

NEW YORK (XC) The sponsor. Mrs. Leonard Shugart U. S. 19 at 58th' St. No. Phone 526-4238

CATHOLIC Low Cost Pious Society of S t. Charles Orlando, classes to train 48 Grant St. Office Open 9-4 P.M. Daily & 1-4 P.M. on Sunday
men and women to teach St. Augustine
(Scalabrini Fathers) has
ChurchHospitalSchool an- catechism, Good Shepherd International and Inter.
Auto nounced here that Father Giul-
parish, August 17-31; Instruc American RelationsForeign
N n' Ivo Tessarolo, pastor of Holy tion by Mission Helpers of Students Dressed Infant Of .'..

Loans Rosary church in Washington, the Sacred Heart from Balti Mrs. Jack Morgan PRAGUEFrom C
.? 7846 Glen Echo Rd.
was superior general of
- Catholic schools open, Sep. Jacksonville 11 and
Available the Society at a meeting in $5.00 up I
Library and Literature
DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. Rome. tember 3.September.
Apostolate of Public
40S Florid Th..atr. Building HAND MADE CLOTHES
25, card party,
Father Tessarolo, who was OpinionMrs. ..
it Petersburg 1, Fla. Ph. 881-0381 THE NATIONAL BANKOF Garden Center, Jacksonville, u" c

NAME ...................._... ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA born in Italy, has taught in Auxiliary to All Saints Home 42 Cincinnati. Felix Salvador Ave. StoP--and-browse ,;
seminaries in the United States
ADDRESS ..................... 1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH and Italy. For six years he was for the Aged, sponsor. St. Augustine THE CATHOLIC SHOPS ..0:

CITY.STATE.. .. ... Member F.D.I.C. rector of St. Charles Seminary, Card party, Bishop Kenny Publicity and Public Relation; 656 Central Avenue Phone 824-6101 tAl
1 F.C. GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK Staten Island.PENNEYS High School, Jacksonville, Mrs. J. Edward Cox ;
...._...... ._._. October 13: ; Blessed Trinity 164 Marine St.
r" ,, parish benefit. St. Augustine
wWi -M .y/jCEY6Y S'1'kiM/y N M ni -
- -
4. ,
Invited To

r ., [ I{:I (;Czestochowaylvania j

NOW IN STOCK! / BUCKS COUNTY, Penns,y season is
f 1 .;: -t in full swing at the Pauline Fathers Monastery shrine o::f

t.1 SHOP EARLY AVOID THAT -<" --l Our Lady of Czestochowa in r-- -- -- -.-._-.......-,.............._ SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST

-.t.-:" LAST MINUTE RUSH .1fy' '" \ \h Doylestown"American, Pennsylvania.This Czestochowa" Golden Fried or Boiled Shrimp

f is a center of devotion to .. 0 Succulent Scallops
1t 1/ ;. j Our Lady under that title, according Luscious Lobsters
) v
; :_ to the shrine director,
i PAROCHIAL ii Father Michael '''M. Zembrzuski wn _t YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PlATTER -

., On July 28, the feast of St. HUSH PUPPIES AXD ROLLS -
d t v Chicken and Steaks
e of PolishAmericans
Anne, a group -

_' / : ,r School Wear will be on pilgrimage at a At Famous Johns Pass
the Bucks County shrine.
.- Each in will
1/ Sunday August

: I .: for Boy's and Girl's =r-- y-: -.. : : .....r.- see the special shrine.pilgrimages made to .AMERICAN: NATIONAL BANK;

The feast of Our Lady of ;Of South Paladena, *. ;
:I Czestochowa, August 25, is one { :: '.' "IBL "V''O -> .vV il'OQiFferf
i t anticipated by the director as Yett to* jjaymenf i for T"

1 a special event. On that day, t FINANCING
I R I Approved / :. the shrine anticipates pilgrimsled
: by Richard Cardinal Cush-

t ing, Archbishop of Boston, andPhiladelphia's
I Suppliers Forthe Elj :q Archbishop JohnJ. Christ Child wearing robes am : tit

I Krol, said Father Zembrzu- adorned with Jewels. $6327 PeMaHfn -
.4 ski. Pilgrimages w 111 continu
I following schools J <' The chapel at Doylestown this season until the last Sun i 1 .5.

'. enshrines a faithful copy of day in October at the Pennsyl o ; .

the original Polish picture. vania shrine. ; J, Rcejs, CMrman
.; ST. JOHNS The Polish picture of 0 u r *87 G uifport BIv4 %
Lady of Czestochowa has a history
- .Q HOLY FAMILY SCHOOL Dacron and Cotton 595 ( tracing it to the sixth 1st Chinese Pries

Sizes 5 to 14 _._ century making it one of the

BOY'S SLACKS SACRED HEART SCHOOL is oldest of the Blessed Virgin in Ordained, Vietnam 'Yt
Chubbies and 695 a} the world. Scars on the face After Church

+ Sizes Subteens .. of the picture were made by SAIGON (XC) Fat h e r

1 i tr'I Boys 12 ..._......_...nu 398 ST. RAPHAEL SCHOOL Navy or Royal Blue t< vandals in 1430. The original Stephen Chan, ordained to the Meet All Your
image is enshrined at Jasna Priesthood here July 14, is believed rL.1

V ST. JUDES SCHOOL Gora, Czestochowa, and has to be the first Chines
PREP BOY'S 4 the Blessed Mother and the Priest ordained in Vietnam. FriendsAtThePark

Born in Pakhoi, Kwangtun HtYllS
Sizes 10 to 20Charcoal -498 HOLY NAME SCHOOL /7 I Province, China, Father Char nil gouts tour Lane
Flowers for Every Occasion! studied in the pontifical sem Hit HiHi .

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11 : The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 26, 1963 Page Three
Inequity Seen
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CardinalVisits _' ___ Iy_ :- In ProgramFor I Holy Name Banner I

time is drawing very near for the eighth quadren-
U. S. _ convention. of Holy Name men of North America.

Our director Monsignor Harold F. Jordan has
4 spiritual ,
V a IXDIAXAPOLIS ( X C) # (XC) -Sen. expressed his earnest desire that as many Holy Name men
7 Laurean 44 ;f ''I' Kenneth B. Keating of New
Rugambwa, 2
: ; from the Diocese of St. Augustine who can possibly do
the Church's only African Car York has asked the Senate education -
so, attend this meeting in Buffalo, New York, from August
dinal, will be the honored IJti subcommittee to revisea
guest at the convention of the major Federal aid programso 21 to August 25, 1963.
work that the Holy Name men
Since this. wonderful event
Knights of St. Peter Claver k'- private school personnelwill
occurs only once every four are doing in this parish.At .
here August 2 to 4. get equal treatment Under
the Holy Name men of our diocesan executive
The Cardinal, who I Is Bishop it. years
the Diocese of St. Augustinerxssm board meeting which was held
of Bukoba Tanganyika, In a statement submitted to
L are urged to in Orlando on Saturday and
will celebrate an outdoor the subcommittee the Senatorwas
,'. .make every ef- Sunday, July 13 and 14, 19C3
field Mass here on August 4. of language, counseling -
> fort to attend. it was with great joy that I
I and guidance institutes
Auxiliary Bishop Fulton J. ,.
It is anticipated presented a spiritual director'slapel
under h 195S National
Sheen of New York, national operated e -
t that the pin to Monsignor Jordan.I .
director of the Society for the Defense Education Act. '.. '
-. ''I. parade which also performed the hap p y
Propagation of the Faith, will I These Federal institutes "l ,
function of presenting a p stpresident's
begins at
> noon
deliver the sermon. give stipends to public school .
r : ::on Sunday, pin to my most
Officials of the knights a ---- teachers who attend them, but "e.., ", :
zealous and sincere predecessor
fraternal benefit society whose ST. PAUL PARENTS' AUXILIARY, JACKSONVILLE BEACH, INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS do not give a similar living expense ':, August 25th, in office William D. Noble.
will have in
membership is predominantlyNegro Officers of St. Paul Parents' Auxiliary, Jacksonville Robert Sey, installing officer; :Mrs. Robert Murphy, pres.. to teachers from parochial I excess of 100. The board meeting was a very
will present the Cardi Beach, installed recently from the left and other private schools, .
are, : Herbert ident; :Mrs. James Lyons, Jack Gorman, Arthur Todd, Dan :MuchtoB coo marchers. fruitful one.
nal a purse of $25,000 for use Wisham, Father Thomas Bergin, :Mrs. John Rulien, Mrs. and Father James Heslin. he noted. Dlo Fre. There will be Each of us In attendance
In his home diocese.On .
Teachers from private drill units, bands floats and the bad the pleasure of hearing
August 2, the Cardinal Father John AO'Brien Priest Says schools, be said, "are in effect like. Taking cognizance of the a stirring address by Joseph -
will be guest of honor at a Deadlines
prevented from takingthe .
prominent present day role of P. McCaughan, chairman
reception given by Cov. and Path to Priesthood FoundIn New. storlei from any svarc courses because they are the lay apostolate, the themeof of the retreat committee.
Mrs. Matthew. Welsh at .h..ld reach MTb Florid Catholic" AdopiedOneMustFeel not completely self-support
the convention has been He discussed the work of the
offle BO lat r than Monday: news
the governor's mansion. Universal of picture* should reach The Cardinal will here Appeal Mass "
come Friday for publication U tho following He study.
.' and Apostolic Action." the Diocese and impressedupon
from Brooklyn, according to *
Of the 21,000 teachers who
sponsors of the convention. He THE considerations which lead truth seekers into the There could be no doubt of us the additional work
have taken the courses since
which can and should be done
was! scheduled to arrive in the Church vary greatly with individuals. With Is 'Likeable'OTTAWA they began in 1959, he said less the fact that your attendanceat numbers in
by our especially
United States from Rome on some of it is the marvelous unity of the Church, with Jailed BishopIn than 5 per cent is made up of the convention' will make the stimulation of Interest
July 22. He will remain in others it is her divine foundation and with still others it (XC) -Proper teachers from private schools. you a better Holy Name man other Catholic
attitudes among : layman
Indianapolis until August 7. is the fidelity with which the Church has and motivations are and consequently make your
dune to the
"This wasteful and useless who are not officially membersof
During his stay, the Cardinal of China GetsRecognition necessary for successful adop- parish society more effective..
teachings Christ
as recorded ignoring of talent is the
tions potential Holy Name Society.His .
ther Pettis has Father Peter McCabe,
will be the guest of Archbishop ,I in an Interesting Also plans have been made
Scripture. harmful, not only to these remarks will long be remembered -
director of charities in the
Paul Schulte of Indianapolis. story to tell and relates it as for the wives and children of
In the conversion of Ashley follows: London (Canada) diocese, told teachers and their 5.5 million those who attend the conven by each of those
Bernard the students but eventually to the present. I hope and trust the
Pettis noted concert My father was a minister. of provincial council of the tion. In Buffalo and its vicinity -
CLEARWATERpmnm"rlnrrrl'l'rn pianist[ music critic, writer of the Methodist Episcopal MOUNT KISCO (XC)-Bishop Catholic Women's League at entire nation," he said. there is an abundance of efforts resulting from his In-

hymns and author, it was a Church and I :..... o/'.... ;> /.;;:.;...,... James E. Walsh M.M., Amer. its meeting here. Stipends are $75 a week withan places of great interest, historical spiration will be productive.
.combination of all these ican missionary who has been additional payment of $15 a
considerations : ...
was reared In ..l-4 .
:. Parents must make ,sure religious and educationalas
K. plus the aesthetic that faith. *.. : .. imprisoned in communistChina week for each dependent while Free Elections AskYd
I Betty O'Hrlen :
well as entertaining.
of the :':::. i ....\ since 1960, received in that the adopted child "feels the teacher is taking the Institute
& Company appeal liturgy, art and Music was my :( James C. Fogarty, program NEW YORK (XC) -Rep.
1985 Drew St. Pfc. 446-8395 I architecture of the Church. great love and, 1 absentia the 12th annual secure and wanted and that usually held in summer chairman of his parish society William G. Bray of Indiana has

MUTUAL FUNDS NTow a Catholic Priest and the w hen. I was ./i.! .:. Americanism award of the lie knows he is liked, not sessions at colleges and univer invited me to speak at his home said here Russia should be

STOCKS BONDSnnml'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'il'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'll' haplain of Mount St. Mary's about IB, I was Westchester County Committee just because they chose him sities. parish, Christ The King in asked to give the captive nations -

[Hospital Nelsonville Ohio, FaO'NEAL'S sent to Berlinto of the American Legion. but because lie is a likeable Jacksonville, at the monthly free elections to set up

This Accepting the award for the kind of government they
study. Communion breakfast
person, Father McCabe said. Holy on
was in 1909- Bishop Walsh was Father Car- New Fll1;;; Sunday, July 7, 1963. Anyone wish.
RESTAURANTTRY the Berlin of roll I. Quinn M.M. He said "Some want a child to cuddleor .1 who attended the diocesan Holy The Congressman spoke Sun-

the old Kaiser. I :was in the atheistic communism could be fondle, to dress up and showoff Renewed recently Name convention in Jacksonville day at a flag raising ceremonyat
$1.25 ," he stated. "It is surprisinghow by the Legion of Decency the
habit of attending a weekly beneficial to an individual "in- in 1960 will remember the headquarters of the Assembly
ALSO WIDE VARIETY OF SEA FOOD SERVED symposium at the interdenominational sofar as persecution can b ebeneficiaL" many people seem to for- Morally Unobjectionablefor interesting and inspiring address of Captive European

1778 GULF-TO-BAY PHONE 444-7381' American Church, He added that "the get that a child is alive and a General Patronage which Mr. Fogarty delivered Nations.

where questions of theologywere good become better, the bad person-that a child gets dirty GIDUET GOES TO ROME to the convention at the

discussed.I become worse and the luke- talks back and hates as wellas (Col.) Holy Communion breakfast at St.

: CLARK'S had been raised as a strict warm must make a decision to loves." Morally Unobjectionable for the Roosevelt Hotel. Augustine

Fundamentalist and I was choose one group or the other." Auxiliary Bishop Joseph R. ..\dultsdolescents
the the
During course
e GULF SERVICE shocked at many of the opinions "The paradox of paradoxes," Windle of Ottawa urged the ALL THEY HOME meeting at Christ" The King; I THINKING )

HERCULES & DREW expressed concerning basic Father Quinn maintained, "is league members to "uphold the (Para.) Church, president Ernest

PHONE 446-3710 ,. truths of the Christian re the victory of good o,*er evil dignity of family life against BURNING COURT, THE Smith called upon his various I ABOUT MOREl

ligion. Modernists denied the even in an intrinsically evil those who would desecrate that (Fr.), chairmen 0 f study

divinity of Christ, the his movement such as commu sacred tabernacle of the home DAY AND TilE HOUR THE clubs in the parish Confraternity I INSURANCEl

SCHOOLSACADEMY toricity of miracles and the nism." and all it means to society.: (MGM) of Christian Doctrine
virgin Birth of Our Lord.
; L.
work.I Ask0"
:Few of the hundreds of The New ApostlesMartyr's .
was pleased at the honorof
OF THE HOLY NAMESResident American denominations had being asked to speak and FRANK HOWES
churches in Berlin, while
Will Aids MissionariesFATHER was even more pleased to observe -
and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully Catholic churches were to be the diligent and effective about
accredited. Program Includes: college preparatory and general found in all sections of the

courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy city, I began to realize the By Glenn D. Kittlern CuI/life's

Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa. Florida. universal character of the Luis Jayme bega his missionary career withat a mixture of joy and appre-

Catholic (:Church existing! : in His joy was in ;: last being able to do God'seat work among the pagans; his ChevroletBuickSALES ADAPT-

all centuries and in all countril's. in the thn to his work which his
apprehension was OWl 1 countrymen were providing.
In 1771, the young Francisc in had left Spain and sailed tc school for Chores of beautiful In contrast to
and girls "n It sharp
day was
ico to the Pacific, then went by boat up the coast to thero mission at Carmel, in Cali- This Gulf life agent can tell
I.akf'ol'th.. Grades one to twelve. Fully accredited. New the local or national characterof Fort Marion
buildings. All sports music! art, th'a mat It.!,. Directed by most of the Protestant sects.. fornia, where Father Junipt: Serra, the great mission builder, was then working.Hear you your how insurance, with it Adapt-A-Plan ad ptoble.,

V Sisters!! of St. Dominic. Fop catalog: address' : Registrar: Feeling the necessity 0 f A few weeks later, Father lend him some of the civilian my confession Father, Chevrolet. for example, a family income
nos.ItI.XC.R I.EST PALM ISEACH substantial
alto provide -
plan can
Luis this
prayer I went to various Cath- was traveling again, laborers who had been brought then carry out my last will: retirement income.

olic churches, particularly St. time to his assignment at San from Spain to do construction Sell all I own, here and in .. 123 San Marco Ave. Give him a call todayl

SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMY Hed wig's. Diego the oldest of the Fran work at the various settle- Spain and use the money for St. Augustine P. O. BOX 548

In 1910 while on an extended ciscan missions opened two ments. your work and if I reach heaven VA 4-2385

( n..Id.nt and d..,. Iu'.ol JENSEN for .-lrl.--r."I.BEACH.. onto tllrnuch ..I... "Jst.n..ht tour, I sat up all night on a years previous. He did not like One such man was a car- I will spend eternity pray '''.\ 9-2212 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
; .roa"d. I" a hilly 11.111 .lctureeqi,. rrIou 1.arg. .."humlne jool.TennI. train to reach the cathedral in what he saw. It was the Spanish penter named Urselino, whose ing for the Indians thanking --
t'oarle. Other( .IHtr'. I.rlllll.. ).....h.. art. d..lne 1111.1 ,dramall.. method of colonizing to have a
V Cenduf't..d. by tit. !''ol..t.,. of Saint JO".Ib. For furtt.r IlIfomatioB Milan Italy, to attend Easter personal reputation was as badas them for a death in which I
; apply tOI I".r 1)Irr'tri...... :""Iaillt "o'.rIII \.ad..m1". Jnru 8..h. services. The Gothic beauty of fort and a mission built near any soldier's. When Father could recognize my errors in
edifice the solemnityof each other for mutual protection "
the great warned him to leave the In- time.
the services the majestic -the fort to afford military Urselino asked
dians alone, : The fighting ended, peace
; SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY singing of the choir and the protection for the mission; "Why do you bother with them, came, and the missionaries resumed -

S.1XTCGCSTIX.., FLORIDA impressive liturgy of the Mass the mission to afford spiritual Father? They are just savages, their work, a work as- in Boca Raton, Florida

Resident and Day School fur ( irIs, Grades ,.t: stirred me deeply.I protection for the troops. and they will never be any sured of success by the two
Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited read about the At San the mutual "
began to protection thing else. men who had become martyrsone COLLEGE
Music' Art Dramatics Tennis MARYMOUNT
Suimming: g4
For further particulars address! : Sister Directress. Church and her long historyand had weakened in two "They are human beings by conviction the other
perceived that it is not a years. Heat, inactivity and lone- with souls* Father said by grace.

sect, but is the historic Mother liness had diluted the military sternly, "souls for which I FOR WOMEN

Church of Christianity. morale until the soldiers would am responsible, and I will For An

MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS Founded by Our Lord, she have been unable to fight off give my life to protect them ..,

was authorized b). Him to an attack, of mosquitoes.A from sin"Your EstimateCall II: )Medical I S ecretaria. 1

: SCHOOLResident proclaim His doctrines to the shortage of Priests kept conduct not only US LegaI-1-: :1. '
whole world and was guaranteed the lone Franciscan! at t Ii emission makes my work more difficult : _; I Science

protection from error overworked with but it even be sending I
school for boys grades 5 through 9. Located on so may Engineering
beautiful East Lake Tampa. Ample facilities. Enriched academic in so doing. his Indian converts that he souls to hell. Don't you love

curriculum. Extensive music and sports programs. The long lists of Pontiffs had no time for the fort. God?" BUTLER BROS.

Write for descriptive catalog.REV. stretching from the Apostle Upon his arrival I Father It seemed useless. One day,

Peter to the present Pontiff Luis recognized both problems Father Luis caught Urselino LUMBER CO. with a Liberal Arts background

FATHER DIRECTOR constitutes her title deed to .. .
and ininiediately went giving bottles of wine to an

P. O. Box H, Tampa 5, Florida the truths revealed by Christ. to work against both of them. Indian. Knowing what the bar- West Palm Beach CoItdvcted.1 tile.,Sacred'"y The Hurt ReflIo .

Because the Church was en- Everyday he was at the fort, ter involved, Father confiscatedthe TE 2-6171 Mary

dowed with infallible teaching talking with the men, encouraging wine, then blasted the two

authority she has been able to them; everyday he with a storm of reproach.

HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN preserve unity of belief among was among the Indians, Urselino shrugged off the
her members in all countries. strengthening the faith of tirade, but the Indian angeredand SAVINGS ACCOUNTS OPENED BY THE lOTIf. EARN FROM THE 1ST.41l .

ANTONIO This. too. was a mark which Christians and teaching the humiliated went among

Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters distinguished the Catholic pagans about God and everywhere his people and stirred them

Resident and day school for ;girls Grades nine through; Church from all others which could be heard his familiar into attacking the mission that I
twelve Academic and commercial courses! and private have split so.often as to.form greeting: '"Love God, night.Father DIVIDEND

classes! in the fine arts! are offered Extensile campus with hundreds of sects.I my sons, love God." Luis was awakenedb L COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY

private lake in a healthful location provides opportunity began to consider myself a Slowly, Father Luis made the war\\-hoops of a thousand -/0

for all sports. member and to attend her progress but he realized he Indian braves. Dressing!

FULLY ACCREDITEDFor services, though I took no stepto was not making enough of it. quickly, he ru>hed out of the

further information address affiliate formally. After He saw that the soldiers were mission to face them, crying: Ask for our "SA VE.BY.MAIL"Kit c\

SISTER: REGISTRAR being discharged from the Uni- continuing to have bad influences ''Love God, my sons, love .pjjij.
k Postage Paid. (j'jj4'
ted States Marines after World upon his naive converts, God! For the sake of :your souls,

War I, I became absorbed in and he decided he would haveto do not commit murder!" But it ,
music concert tours and move his Christians away was too late. A shower of arrows -

teaching. I read Father Rafael from the fort to protect their ripped his body.

; Simon's 'The Glory of Thy spiritual lives. Urselino was wounded in the CANAVERAL

People," and after instructionsby His chance came in 1775, battle that raged until dawn,

Father Vincent Holden when a severe drought occurred -and for five days he lingerednear

C S.P., was received at. St. causing a serious water death. At last, he sum- \F! DERAL SAVINGS'and

Paul the Apostle's- Church in shortage at both the fort and moned the remaining Priest at >

New York. the mission. Father Luis located the mission and said:

Wanting to share my pre- a site four miles away, "All this is my fault. Father LOAM ASSOCIATION

cious discovery with others, I where there was some water Luis would be alive today if I

studied at the Pontificio Col- and, announcing that he was had listened to him, and if I
!I legio Beda in Rome and was going to move the mission, he had listened to him I would 636521African

I ordained in 19J-t. asked the Army commander to not now be so afraid to die.

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Catholic Comment Frank J. SheedGod's ;. Prudent Person Develops Virtue I

Blessings ObtainedBy THE word "prudence" has what he feels like doing but sense, and for distinguishing

into some degree of in the light of what all things between what is good and whatis

Intercession of Saints disrepute in our day. The old considered, he ought to do. better.If .

admonition, "Let your con Prudence is the hallmark of you pay your bills in orderto

I Paradise Lost? Visit this HavenIF UOHRIST said, 'Come unto me.' But Catholics prefer science be your genuine maturity. Invariablythe preserve your credit, you are

->to go to saints, scores of them, hundreds of them." guide," has person who "never grew practicing natural prudence. If
This is the standard old-fashioned Protestant objection given way to up" is lacking in prudence. you pay your bills because you

you have never visited Camp Good This sight should be a great lesson to .. ,. to saints. It is not the one we hear most the modern .. Prudence may be either a consider this an obligation in
Counsel you have a treat in store for the seminarians. The world is fairly much .r)$ often today because the mass of people do shibboleth, natural or a supernatural virtue conscience you are practicing

you. If you have paid a visit, you will the same. The giant machines of materialism II not so instantly, or perhaps at all, see "Follow"that Natural prudence is principally supernatural prudence. If a

never forget it. and communism have uprooted men ., :-. Christ at the centre. They are not so impulse! I f concerned with matters married man says to himself, "I
from the vineyard of Christ. They hopeto ." you feel that temporal. You practice natural must stop flirting with that
The architect of Good Counsel is think
ready their to we '
camp as grandparents
fill the barren land with of steel I something i aright ___ prudence when you lock your girl or I may hurt my reputation -
men _
nature. Towering oaks and ancient .' -, put saints-Our Lady most of all-in the for youto __ he is
doors at night to keep out naturally prudentIf
with no heart and no faith. _
form an for them Christno _
awe inspiring because
cypress backdropfor place of Christ, do go ahead thieves. You are similarly he says, "I must stop flirt
the beautiful Lake TsalaApopka.When Just as the giants of nature at Camp longer holds His place so absolutely.Yet and do it. prudent when you keep your ing with that girl or I'll be risk'

you mix the rugged beauty of Good Counsel seem to defy the world and the objection is still worth a look, if Don't let yourFather -w1 credit good by paying your bills ing the sin of adultery," he is

Camp Good Counsel with adventurous offer the shelter of their mighty arms to only because one who really feels it is promptly. supernaturally prudent.

youth, you have the haven in Citrus those who seek their protection; so these basing it on a profound religious feeling Leo J. Treseself Natural prudence is an acquired It seems obvious that prudence -

county. future Priests will be the giants of the of__ _his_ own._ ..___ Our_ __ _first___ task____n _is to-- .eret., him to see what devo- be hamstrung by the dictates virtue. It is acquired natural as well as super.

Last Saturday the Seminarians of the vineyard of God protecting all who come tion to saints means in actual rial things that make for our of reason. So runs the through experience-our own natural, is a virtue highly to be

Diocese of St. Augustine gathered at Camp under their shadow. practice. happiness-come from God. personal philosophy if it can experience and that of others. prized.

Good Counsel. These youngsters seemedto Camp Good Counsel offers the deep While he thinks of it as an So why pray to saints? We be called that, of a great number We learn especially throughour Sometimes it will be hard

blend right in with their surroundings.They cool water of Lake Tsala-Apopka. These odd, to him unimaginable, habit explain that when we pray to of our contemporaries.One mistakes. Having done for us to determine, in a particular
future Priests-these giants of the faith- left over from the Middle Ageshe evidence of this fact something foolish, with regrettable case, whether our prudence -
stood tall and straight like the giant saints, we are simply asking
cannot possibly make heador Is the increasing casualness results we are carefulif has been natural
will offer to men the deep cooling watersof or su
cypress. They had in common with mother them to pray for use don'task
tail of It. It will look different Aithhjch marriages are ( we are Intelligent) not to pernatural hard to know
nature the sheer beauty of and Siloe where faith is constantly them to do things; for us
made and broken. that foolish action.
if he sees us-who are repeat same whether our motives have been
strength. from the springwaters of grace. but only to ask God to.
obviously not fossil survivors, Ignoring all responsibility to this-worldly or other-worldly
Camp Good Counsel brings men back As long as we are able to preserve such but men sufficiently like himself But again, why? "There is God or to children men and however Supernatural, cannot prudence be acquired. We need not worry. If we havea

to the magnificence of God's creation. havens as Camp Good Counsel all of us -doing it. He must see us one mediator between God and women' move on, via the divorce With the other cardinal virtues natural prudence upon whichto

These young men had joined ranks to will have the opportunity of enjoying again at it so to speak.Naturally man, the man Christ Jesus" court, from one Infatuation of justice, fortitude and build it will be much easier
bring men back to the pristine beauty of and again the overwhelming beauty of enough, people ((1 Tim 2,5)). Where do saints to the next. For them reas- temperance, super natural for supernatural prudence to

the Garden of Eden. nature. think of every Catholic's skyas come in? on has been dethroned in favorof prudence was infused into operate.It .
They come in as Christ'sbrothers
Under the banner of progress one can As long as we continue to give the best teeming with saints becausethey've and God will emotion. our soul with the grace of is an axiom of theologythat
see bulldozers uprooting the giants of of our youth to the Priesthood we have heard of so many. But to one be- The prudent person is not a baptism. grace works most effectively -
give things
will have person slave to emotion, but neitheris
nature on the land adjacent to Camp Good hope that men will be able to return again any given saints with whomhe cause another (more deserving he a timid or excessively These four virtues receive when underpinned by
Counsel. The land is scarred with barren and again to drink of the waters of Siloe; one feels or he has established perhaps) has asked Him; and cautious individual. The virtue the designation of "cardinal" natural goodness.

patches to be filled with the inventions of and be protected by these giants of God's special contact-as I for in- this mutuality spreads throughall of prudence is simply the from the Latin word cardo, Probably not many people

men. vineyard. stance with St. Therese of who are "one person in habit of acting according to the which means hinge. All other think to ask God, in their

Llsieux. These special contactsdo Christ" (Gal 3,28)). principles of right reason. moral virtues hinge upon prudence prayers, for an increase In

not always go by any very We already see this in the Prudent behavior is rational justice fortitude and prudence.Yet .
Father John J. CastelotPenitential obvious rule. St. Thomas Our Father. This the model for behavior a* distin- temperance. Without these it is only from God that
Aquinas, whose intellect was all our prayers, Our Lord put gui>hed from impulsive behavior. four, no other moral virtue an increase in supernatural

I as mighty as was ever givento in the plural. He did not tell A prudent person could be practiced with any prudence can come. With our

man, had a special devotionto us to say "give me my daily weighs the consequences of degree of perfection. happiness here and hereafter
Psalm Implores Mercy St. Agnes who had been bread forgive me my tres- his actions before making a Supernatural prudence Is a hinging so heavily upon prudence -

,. martyred in her early teens. passes, deliver me from evil" decision; the consequences to God-given facility for distinguishing it would seem grossly

N terms strongly reminiscentof feverish,well-nigh delirious.His wait; you, 0 Lord my God ;will The reason for the habitwe but give us, forgive us, deliverus. himself and to others. between what is right imprudent to omit this petition
I the Book of Job, the au heart pounds alarmingly and answer ((16). all have of choosing our He acts not on the basis of and what is wrong in a moral from our daily prayers.

thor of Psalm 37 describes his his eyes are glazed with pain. His confidence in God, how own saints lies in something By His command we pray

Illness and begs God to heal Like Job, he finds no comfort ever, is tempered by his knowledge else::; that people do not realize for ourselves and others at John C. O'BrienCongressmen
him. His tone in his friends. their the same time.
They are of his own weakness. He vast variety.
is plaintive almost shocked and nauseated by the is afraid that if divine help is We meet it already in the And this can only mean that 'I

queru- hideousness of his affliction. not soon forthcoming he will New Testament-St. Paul with one person's prayers can help Heed Voters' Letters

lous, and yet ___- Even if they are compassionate lose heart-and faith-For I am standing St. Peter to the face another can make even the -

h e recognizesand they cannot overcome their very near to falling, and my (Galatians 2, 11)), St. Peter find difference of salvation-for Our of Americans to their constituents question- not necessarily influence a leg.

acknowledges jpt revulsion enough to draw near grief is with me always ((18)). ing St. Paul's writings hard to Lord Wa not ordering us to address THOUSANDS e 0 r another naires soliciting views on islator. It's the self-generated
that his and minister to him. understand and fearing that meaningless words to .
Repeating his act of contrition have dismissed a strong urgeto pending bills. Some of these letter'that is heeded. A constituent
suffering is And his the weaker brethren may find His and our Father in heaven.So .
enemies of
he for Into the thou- who signs or allows his
begs speedy rescue, write a letter to their Con mailings run
just punishment .-v course, delighted, gloating over for he is weak and his taunt them perilous to their souls ((2 we pray for others. And gressman b e- sands. As often as their duties name to be signed to form let.
for his Peter 3,16)). we ask others to pray for us.
the misfortune of this man
ing enemies are strong. cause they assumed permit, the legislators make ters prepared by a pressure
sins. Having who fancied himself good and Running our eye over any St. Paul did precisely that. He he trips back to their districts, group in his district is wastinghis
made this honest deserving of God's favor: Quite appropriately, the list of saints, w ear e over- asked his converts to pray for would often at their own expense. time.It .

act of contrition he asks My friends and companionsstand Church has chosen this psalmas whelmed by the lack of set him-that he might be delivered it. It neversee would But at best they can talk to is the letter written by

God to temper His justice with back because of my affliction one of the seven penitential types-St. Theresa of Avila always from evil men ((2 Thess go directly in- ,, ( only a few voters during such the constituent himself no

mercy 0 LORD, in your anger ; my neighbors stand psalms.All in command St. Thereseof 3,11)). to the waste- .' brief visits so they depend matter how ungrammatical it
punish me not, in your wrath afar off. Men lay snares for of us, conscious of our Lisieux always in subjection And this takes nothing from basket. No as- heavily upon their mail to inform may be, that weighs with a
chastise me not; For your arrows me seeking my life; they lookto sinfulness and of its terrible ; the Cure of Ars deserting Christ's function as mediatorIn sumptloncould them about grass roots lawmaker when he is makingup ;

j have sunk deep in me, my misfortune, they speakof consequences can make the from the army, St. Louis of fact the text 1 Tim 2,5, us- be more opinions on the issues of the his mind how to vote on a
and your hand has come downon ruin; treachery they talk sentiments of the psalmist our France leading his armies into ually quoted against prayer to mistaken.Iost day. bill ,

me. all the day ((12.13)). own and can cry out from the battle; St. Anthony the Hermit anybody but Christ uses His Con In Washington the lawmakers Xo voter should hesitateto
In the second Manza (fi-I.'J Deprived of all human bottom of our hearts: living eighty years in a desert, mediatorship as a reason whywe gressmen his
welcome letters from constituents are subject to great pressures make views known tohis
lie gives a poetic, and pathetic solace, he turns to God for Forsake me not, 0 LORD; St. Ambrose barring a n Emperor should pray for one an- expressing their viewson by well-financed groups Congressman becamehe!
clinical analysis of help. And he turns to Him be from entering his cathe- other. It is because God and
my God not far from me! pending legislation. As one seeking to advance a special assumes his voice will not
his dral St. Peter Arbues and St. man are thus linked by Christ
malady.He with confidence Make haste ;
: to
help 0
me, Senator puts it, "mail from interest. Trained and expe- count.A .
is doubled with pain, Because for 0 LORD I LORD Peter of Verona who were that man's prayers can avail
up you, my salvation. constituents is a Senator's private rienced lobbyists present their letter heaping personal
Inquisitors St. Joan of Arc with God.It .
Gallup poll and it makesit views at hearings before Con. abuse on a lawmaker becauseof
burnt by the Inquisition.So hardly needs saying thatif
possible to know the trendsof gressional committees. his stand on a piece of leg
far of course we have we ask others to pray for
public sentiment on the var- Xo Congressman tosses a islation will not count. A let,
Father Michael! V. Gannon not touched the point of the us, there is something to be .
ious problems that arise from constituents letter into the ter suggesting that a Congress.man
objection.All said for asking especially those
Mission of Nombre De Dios time to time." was who at the throneof
good thingsforgivenessof are already
Nine out of ten Congressmenwould the views expressed in such will l land In the wastebasket.A .
sins spiritual mate- God.
tell you that, in. the last letters are duly noted and letter full of general gripes
CjReat cI1apteRs In analysis, they vote accordingto computed to determine the '"You're taking the country
Pope Paul VIChurch's their conscience. Nevertheless weight to be assigned the down the road to socialism,"

always having in mind the pros and eons. "Why are you so soft on communism

c1oiiOa: catholic IllS tORY Spiritual Wealth next election, they are extremely Most Congressmen attemptto ?"-is disregarded.A .
responsive to the views of answer most of the mail they letter inviting a lawmakerto
the voters back home. receive. A few personally dictate engage in a long-range debate -
Recognized by World Before ther %ote on a bill and sign replies. When by mail will not count.
Chapter 12ECCLESIASTICAL for celebrating Mass." for
in Mexico
many years ,
they like to know how their mail about a controversial But a concise dispassionate
and civil In 1519 the missionary set apparently had been the first FOLLOWING are excerpts of a translation of a French vote Mill affect their constituents measure snowballs into a statement of the reasons whya

; JZj authorities in Spain welcomed out from Vera Cruz on an unarmed Dominican to think seriously by Pope Paul VI at the Vatican when feeling; toward them thousand or more a day a Con voter favors or opposes a bill

i Father Luis Cancer's vessel named the Santa about the conversion 0 f the receiving in audience the extraordinary official missions when they next face the gressman may acknowledge receipt will be welcomed by the Con-
proposal to attempt the conversion 3iaria de la Kncina. Florida Indians: once, with sent to Rome to attend the electorate. by form letter. gressman and will be given
of Florida's Indians.On Three Priests accompanied another Dominican he had set Your presence here, gentlemen
papal coronation.We Many Congressmen mail out Volume of mail alone does careful consideration.
I out to walk from Miva Mexicoto proves that your countries -
December 28, 1547, a royalS Father Cancer to assist him ,
cedula was addressed to Don in founding; the Florida mis- the part of "La Florida" that today receive with joy also intend to use this
S Antonio de Mendoza Viceroy Ion: Fathers Gregorio de lay north of Mexico, but had and gratitude the homage bf language when they deal with Question BoxPolite H

of Mexico, commanding him to Beteta Dies'o de Tolosa, and been forced to turn back for the nations. This homage is the Holy See. We are deeply
S provide Father Cancer with Juan Garcia. AH three were ,\ant of supplies. highly significant, allow Us to touched by this, and thank in
passage to his destination and seasoned New World mis There was nothing inadequate emphasize this whether one your person, the authoritiesand People Call Priests 'Father'm

all necessary supplies, Including sionaries. about the missionary considers the number of countries peoples of whom you are

"whatsoever was needful Father de Beteta had labored company on board the Santa the quality of the individuals the representatives.Your Q. When, and under what in the Western Church. Thus, have In religion. It results _

Maria as it slapped through the or the variety of presence arouses an- circumstances, did the custom in some countries of Latin from sincere inquiry. Out of it _
choppy waters of the Gulf origins.It other feeling in Our soul that heritage the parish Priest is comes the best of us-for It Is
RANGE BUT Stream. There was something is really the world in miniature of joyous hope. The time is begin of addressing addressed "Signor" or "Don," through discussion that we try
J TRUE wrong with the pilot or captain which is present before not so far distant when a good Priests as "Father?" Is it both of which may be comparable to give to others the best thatis

Little-Known Facts (for however. His name was Our eyes, with its five con. number of countries, involved equally appropriate to ad- "Mister" or "Sir. within us.Religious .

By M. |J. MURRAY CBpjTlffct.IMX N.CWC.N.w.Scrvte Juan de Arana. And because of tinents its races, its peoples, in temporal competition, only dress a Priest as "Reverend." Within the past hundred discussion Is the

his ignorance or wanton disobedience its varied customs inscribedeven devoted distracted attention to A. It is interesting that you years in English speaking basis of the spread of the

1t4 COLU.C 34- VFARS>A MISSIONARY FOUNDED MORE V5RK TWAM IM 100 SCOnAtJoST MONASTERY' .*., of instructions, the in the splendor of the' the major events concerningthe ask the origin of the title "Fa- countries and in Portugal, "Fa Faith. Faith comes through

TWC MOST FAMOUS BEING OM ....... missionary plans of the four vestments. papacy and the Catholic ther" addressed to Priests be- ther" is used in address and hearing.Catholic.
TUE: ISLAND. or IONA.VMCRC THC Priests were doomed to failure. What a sight, gentlemen and Church. cause the present general usage reference for all Catholic
Father Cancer was convinced what a topic for meditation for The prestigious radiationof seems to indicate that Priests Priests regular and secular.As .
V' "" i I that his work Mould him to whom it was said yesterday the recent Topes one can were always called "Father." regards "Reverend," thatit

-'" -' .'" .;" be fruitful only if he could as you have heard: say in all truth, has changedthis Less than a hundred years is a favorite form of addressfor
: 'r-. work among natives \\l\o "Know that you are the fatherof situation. ago, the parish Priest in this the clergy among nonCatholic -

had not earlier been antagonized Princes and Kings the guideof The convocation of the council country was addressed as Christians, particularly in
by the use of armed the world, the Vicar on earth and even more the deathof "Mister" or "Sir." the United States. Those who

force. of our Saviour Jesus Christ." John X.XIII-to cite only two The history of the title "Fa- affiliate themselves in some

He had therefore prevailed By his origins and training events remembered by all- ther" begins with the mendicant -way with the Catholic Church Published fury Trl&if

upon the Viceroy of Mexicoto the Pope necessarily belongsto have attracted the notice and orders-the Orders of through liturgy or custom, are FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Ina _
\ issue the strictest orders to a country and to a set typeof the hearts of the whole world, friars who, by their constitu-' pleased to call their clergymen P.O. B.z: 3S51 GArde J-J4J8
t the pilot to avoid all ports civilization and culture. The you have witnessed this the lion were forbidden to possess '"Father but the Protestant 1JZ OrUnd Ka.t, FUrlda CoUalal JUts Drive

2 : I ; where Spaniards had previously circumstances of the life and same as We. And the Impression property not merely personallybut adheres to "Reverend." Subscription in U.S.A. and Canada
,' I ..S. OF#1i ou1'7:4NWG landed. service of the Church may have produced has been too also in common-the Do- Since they have made the 15.00.S f.OO per )year other countries

v.- I Juan de Arana however, brought him into contact witha deep and too general to be attributed minicans, the Franciscans, the distinction it is not appropriateto The Florida Catholic Is a member
: S 4 paid little heed to his ordersor more or less extensive number to accidental circum Augustinians and the Carme- address a Priest as "Rev of the Catholic Frew Aasodatlon
to the wishes of the friars. of natlor.s which is in any stances.It lites. "Father" is a title which, erend." It Is his title in written, and Conference the National Cathollo Welfare
:New Service. Bogner
On May 29 the shout of "land case of necessity limited. is the entire world which by right belongs to them. but not in oral salutation. and Martin, publisher repreaenta. _
ahoy!" sounded from the top- But the sublime charge in our times, has acquired a Then, in the development of Q. Should a tlie. Entered aa aecond claw mail
person argue May 1, 1939, at Orlando Florida
mast. with which he has been invested lively consciousness of the immense religious community life all religion? under the Act of March J, 1171.
: The Priests did not know it, broadens his soul and capital of moral and Priests who wore the habit ofa A. Discuss religion-yes;
I Liccst; but Arana had brought them to heart to th e dimensions of spiritual wealth which the religious community (the argue religionno.Very EB

; .'.1'I. '.. a point near Tampa Bay! the universe. Church holds at its disposition: regular clergy) came under little comes out of argue Father Viatent l"". Smith
; J -,.., almost exactly where, not The Pope like the Church it has comprehended what a the title "Father." ment .but heated emotions. You Executive Editor

I (4-36 ts4)) eo NOT IMCUJO[ f'_ many years before Narvaezand does not consider himself to decisive and sovereignly bene- With the secular clergy win an argument-you lose a Editors Mark: )II.A..IhU.le"... Quiaa.

1\C WCl.Y O4ILD TJ/C MODCItN IMAGcr De Soto had landed and be the enemy of anyone. He ficient factor is thus offered to however, the development of friend.A J*..ph A. R..lr
&THt SAiHT COMM t4OKATC A LfCfND 4' spread the terror of their arms. only knows how to speak the all men of good will who wantto the use of this title was much discussion on the other Adrertlclnr Manager .
\ 7HC HOLV CHILD lT'QRE Hit DCATI-I. S (Xe\t: Week: language of friendship and confidence work for the peaceful organIzation slower. As a matter of fact it hand, stems from a genuine interest -
The Priests Go Ashore) of men on earth. still is not of universal custom which" human beings _i Friday, July 26, 1963



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The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 26, 1963 Page Five

Postmaster Indicates LawEnforcement

'1 Mass Guide }

Hits Crime $ 4 ; ,.''. .- V Ctech n Ul8 .

SUNDAY, July 28
.. ..
WASHINGTON (NC) Arrests and convictions forction ; 8th Sunday after Pfntf'C'o4t.

of mail laws against obscenity set a record during Jj e Heads .5. Catholic' (Mass of Sunday, Gloria

1963; Postmaster General J. t4i Creed, Preface of Trinity).
. Edward scenity law violations totaled I SAX ANTONIO ( (XC) St. Jude
Day announced.In MONDAY, July :29
637, a 266 per cent Increaseover ,' ther Louis J. Blume S ,a national Catholic
releasing the summary of ; St. Martha (Mass!' of Virginnot
law 1962, and a 108 per cent 1PtV take office as will change its name
enforcement! action against : a Martyr, 2nd prayer of
increase over 1960. Fines to- Mary's University on the second time in about
obscenity for the fiscal Sts. Felix and Companions,
just year taling $53,530 were levied 5. He was appointed 0 years. Until July, 1961,
ended, Postmaster Day Common Preface).
said: against convicted offenders. ther James A. Young magazine was known as

If further evidence "We are continuing the \ j Louis, chairman of "Voice of St. Jude." The TUESDAY, July 30

were toughest possible crackdownon sity board of trustees was then changed to St. Sts. Abdon and Srnnrn.

needed that the proper avenue those who deal in obscenity I 44'r1 V.A ceed Father Charles and in September, 1963!) (Mass of prereeding Sunday,
to follow in 1
through the mails," Postmaster mann S.M., president magazine will be called 2nd prayer of Sts. Abdon and
laws h criminal
mailability action rather than administrative -. Day. said. y ,; past two years, who S. Catholic" Sennen, Common Preface; or

penalties, I believe "To facilitate this, we are 1 4h 4 + _________________________ assigned to Villa St. Robert J. Leuver Mass of feast, Gloria, Com.
working very closely with ternatlonal School in I.F., executive editor of the mon Preface).

the these statistics should" other law enforcement agencies : + _..wjJAtt Switzerland. said the new name WEDNESDAY, July 31
lay question to rest. .a
including the criminal .. reflect the broadened St. Ignatius: Lojola. (Massof !

The report released July 19 division of the Department of I ', .: Requiem and interests of the mag feast, Gloria, Common
indicates 761 arrests for viola
Justice and the FBI; local police LI NOTRE DAME ( ) ." He said the present Preface).
tion of the mail laws against
obscenity during 1963. ] departments throughoutthe quiem :Mass for led many "to believe that THURSDAY. August 1
nation; and "Interpol," the Jude is devotional maga of
ward Vincent Mooney a Holy Machabees. (Mass
This is an increase of 25.8
per cent over the number of International Criminal Police h baptized Knute something it has not been pre c e e din J; Sunday, 2nd
Organization."The director of more than 15 years." The Macabees,
arrests in 1962, and a 96 per was first prayer of Holy
success of these actionsis National is published by the Mass
cent increase over arrests in rT Department, Common Preface; or as

I960, the last full year in which evidenced by the unprece- i Welfare Conference, Fathers. on feast of Sts. Symphoro

administrative procedures were dented number of arrests and ; ; fered In Sacred Novel and her Seven Sons, Gloria,
convictions for this offense
the University Preface).
used in an effort to curtail use i on Common
during the past several years," 's' B.\XY (XC) -New York
of the mails to transmit obscene campus. FRIDAY, August 2
Postmaster Day said. \ highest court has ruled
Father Mooney died
matter. The fiscal year St. Alphonsus Mary Ugonrl.

ended June 30.Postmaster. '" ,! 9 at the home of Miller's novel, "Tropic (Mass of feast, Gloria, 2nd
Day ordered V : Mrs. John McAllister Cancer," is obscene "dirt for prajer of St. Stephen I, Common -
Papal sake" and "not within
abandonment of administrative Bend. Preface).
action and a stepped-up enforcement SATURDAY August 3
of the criminal statutes Sent to Senate Archbishop Patrick A. O'Boyle of Washington blesses one of the bells for the To Fulfill ." Mass of the Illessed Virginfor

Knights' Tower of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. The consecra- The 4-to-3 decision of the New
within weeks after assuming WASHINGTON 'XC) -The BOSTON (NO)- Saturday, Gloria, Prefaceof
office in 1961. Holy See has sent to the Senatea tion of the bells is an ancient ceremony, setting the bells apart for sacred use. Ring- dinal Cushing, Court of Appeals means the Blessed Virgin).

Convictions in 1963 for ob- letter of appreciation of the ing of the bells for any other purpose is reserved to the permission of the Archbishop.Church Boston, has book state. may not be sold in SUNDAY, ,August

V chamber's June 4 resolution ect to fulfill one of 9th Sunday after Pentecost.

Daytona BeachPRINTING expressing sorrow on the deathof Pope John XXIII's Aided (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,
Pope John XXIII. : ; ished wishes MIAMI (XC) -More than Creed, Preface of Trinity).
The letter said the Senate tfcrtdBraille the pontiff's Cuban refugees have

resolution had been shown to in Bergamo, Italy. resettled by the Miami

V Letter Press & Offset Pope Paul VI. The Pontiff expressed Cardinal Cushing of Catholic Relief Serv Daytona Beach

Couchman Printing Co. "his sincere appreciation project would involve Catholic Welfare
and cordial for Catechism At Moscow ing the entire fro n
J. :MallorjOwner gratitude ;p church and other since the resettle- Furniture Books

CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia this generous manifestation" of ADELAIDE (NO)-Prisoners VATICAN CITY (NO-Pope there which must be program for the exiles Greeting Cards

sorrow and sympathy. at nearby Yatala prison have Paul VI, responding to an in- in February, 1961. LLOYD COX

The Holy See's letter was transcribed the "New Australian vitation of the Russian Ortho- Press ChangeNEW Hugh McLoone, director of

sent by A m let 0 Cardinal Catechism" into Braille. dox Church, authorized the CRS-NCWC office here, Office SuppliesCL

MR. FIX-IT Cicognani, papal secretary of The prisoners work Tvith the sending of two representativesto YORK ( his office still averages 2-3473

FURNITURE REPAIRED state, to Vice President Lyn Braille Writing Association of the celebrations in Moscow Anderson, recently hundred persons week V 118 North Beach Street

don B. Johnson, president of South Australia. director of the \ in its program.
Lawn Furniture made to Order marking the 50th anniversaryof
the Senate.It Service, has resigned
Small Appliance Repair was printed in the Con El Escorial the episcopal consecrationof dent of the Catholic 'Visitor' Paper
Patriarch Alexis of Moscow. "
Located front of gressional Record on a motionby sociation. Monsignor :MARQUETTE(XC-Charles POWDER PUFF
KL; ESCOUIAL, Spain (XC) The representatives were
Riviera Hotel U. S. I Mike Mansfield of FOR CARILLONThe Peters editor of 36 has been
Senator -Ceremonies have marked the Bishop Francois Charriere of appointed BEAUTY SALON

667-7683 OR 7.5993 Montana, Senate majority fourth centenary of the found Lausanne, Geneva and Fri Blessed Virgin MaryBell Register in Illinois of the Northern Mich.: Creative Hair Styling

leader. ing of the Royal Monastery of bourg, Switzerland, and Father the largot of nine large been vice-president, edition of "Our Sunday Permanents Silver Blendingand

I San Lorenzo del Escorial. Arch Christophe Dumont O.P., director hells of the ;50-l>ell carillon acting president of ," Marquette diocesan Tinting

CARPETS & LINOLEUM British ChildrenLONDON bishop Antonio Ribieri, apos- of the Dominican Fathers' will\ be installed in the bell olic Press association per. Helen :M. ffrhrtnk. OR 7-4313
tolic nuncio to the National Shrineof olic newspapers, He succeeds Monsignor David I
Spain, presidedat Istina Center in Paris. lower of 50 So. Atlantic Ormond Il .rhApp.
(NC) Bishop the ceremony.The the Immaculate Conception. and book and Spelgatti, the founding edi, lintel
George A. Beck A.A., of Sal- Typhoon Victims lishers in the U.S. who will remain as man Coquina
Escorial, one of Europe's The insciiptlon: reads:
ford, chairman of the Catholic
finest and largest buildings, PUSAX (XO-Korean Bishop ")1011'). is my name. Mary is editor.
Wall To Wall Education Council, in an inter New Volumes
CarpetAl's was built ((1563-1581)) as a mon John Choi of Pusan has my sound. Related mother.Queen .
view with a reporter from the
astery by Philip II to commemorate given $23,000 to Maj. Gen. Yang << of heaven and eaitli.Queen NEW YORK (XC
London Catholic Herald, said; Italian and American Food
a Spanish victory over Chanwoon, Governor of Kjong- of this dear land. For and False SMFLORIDA
belief is that
"My own our '
the French at SaintQueritin.Per' to help victims Knights to Cod and country \Vorld Poverty and .
Floor Covering system of having Catholic children sang province, ; Open 5 P.M. 'til I II I P.M.
A faVit of "Typhoon Shirley." The gift "JHmnl.nd all who hear my tian" are the 101st
taught by Catholic teach. .
PresidentLIMA was made possible by contributions %oice.j 1 sing the praises of volumes in order Banquet Facilities
Telephone CL 2-9842 ers in Catholic schools is the .stcm.'U
:\ (XC) Archbishop sent to the Bishop by (;0(1." tion in the Closed
704 North Beach great strength of the Church in Mondays
Romolo Carbonl, apostolic nun friends and Catholic organizations Encyclopedia of
this country. I am convinced '
cio to Peru, has congratulated outside Korea. issued by SAN REMO
that it is the right thing to do Trend DeploredMOXTHKAL
President-elect Fernando Be. The typhoon which hit June
When In Daytona Stay At
offer Inc.The
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Ing in the Faith to Catholic -
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child, whatever use he mayor IS FULL
Belaunde Terry, who was Korea. ogist who is a
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'ff'ddln Meetings: Parties Furniture Guatemalan Relief Services-National Catholic Oratory here, said: organ of the Wednesday-Thursday-Friday 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.

Serving You Is Our PleaMiie Porch and Patio Specialties Envoy Welfare Conference has for International SATURDAY 10:00 A.M. to 12 Noon

1202 Ridpewood Rattan Wrought Iron VATICAN CITY (NO-Guat- distributed $860,000 worth of "Instead of multiplying tav. of Louvain V "A New Sale Every Week"

Route #1, Holly Hill Aluminum emala's new Ambassador to the, medical supplies and surplus erns and liquor-selling placeswe : THE RUMMAGE SHOP 713 Main Street

CL 5-2514 Highway I Ormond Beach Holy See, Luis Beltranena Sin-V U.S. food in Cameroun over the should be multiplying bak Archbishop

ibaldi, presented his credentialslast past four years. The govern eries and flour mills to fee 1 CLEVELAND (

week to Pope Paul VI. ment of the West African country those who are dying of hunger". Paul Vi has sent a "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS :SINCE I 1881"

Flojd J. Trednaj'sDaytona The Pope gave his special pays the program's cost of That is only eternal justice. letter of

V Moving & Storage Co. blessing to the Ambassador, to transportation within the coun The Cardinal also score I Archbishop Edward Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons

the people of Guatemala and V try. liquor advertising. Bishop of Cleveland
Agents Registered JewelersCL
to all those working for the ordination

DAYTONA ])E LAND Christian prosperity of that na personal letter, 2-2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St.KAY'S .
110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1036 560 So. Hlvil.-UK 4-5387
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Heating Clothes Drying Refrigeration Archbishop of Toledo, has flock entrusted to HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING
ruled that women may not enter
GAS CENTRAL HEATING this city's cathedral with College Head

uncovered heads _
or clothing
which gives scandal.
Men not enter in shortsor
may _
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sport shirts.Vatican '- .. -, *
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Council College, Illinois. .
2-5951 CL 3-2255 830 No. Ridgewood VATICAN CITY (NC) -
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second session of the ecumenical Bars our
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DAYTONA council will end on December -
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has announced. Pope Paul VI The Oklahoma

FURNITURElarge has himself declared that hewill has school ruled bus that rides to BELLAIR LANES

let the council take its normal
school students in
course before deciding on Bowl For
Selection SHOWROOMS when it will end. City violates the % .

Quality Furniture The second council sessionis tution. S' 4

Robert L. White Pres. scheduled to begin on Sep-- The state Supreme S ';: Fun and Health
firmed a decision I I/
V Municipal Airport- Off Hwy. 92 tember 29. V Judge Robert Hert :; --
t; : : The Entire
Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building Post Office Visited issued a permanent \ Fun For Family

VATICAN CITY (NC)-Pope to halt Midwest C i "
Paul VI has continued a seriesof school officials from

V E- k visits to .Vatican City Insti- free bus 7-5410 V HWY. AlA

CUANERS tutions by calling at the Vatican dents at St. Philip

DETERGENTS post office. there.

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Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 26, 1963 i!r-

Survey Reports MarxismCited;

As AwakenerTo

Many Ordinaries Kept From 1 r

Council i I Session by Reds ChristiansSOUTH OR.\ G":, New Jersey

(XC-A Christian Democratic
KOENIGSTEIN, Germany (NC) At least 89 Bish- leader from Venezuelasaid

ops behind the iron curtain were unable to attend the first here that marxism shouldbe

session of the ecumenical council, according to a survey "a bell awakening Christians .

made here by Monsignor to the social needs of their

Adolf Kindermann. bi-hop Josef Beran of Prague. r fellow men."
Seven Hungarian ordinarieswere
Monsignor Kindermann rector We are engaged in the fight
I also unable to attend the
of St. Albert the Great College for social justice not to beat
first session the study pointed
and president of the relief the communists but becausewe .
out. Among them was Jozsef
society for Priests expelled must be in it," said Ramon
Cardinal Mindszenty, Hungarian -
from eastern Europe here, said Illarramendoi of the center for
primate who has been liv-
that his survey might not be Christian democratic action
ing in asylum at the United
complete because of the difficulty New York.
States in __
legation '
of getting informationfrom _
since 1956. __I ', wI Illarramendol spoke July
communist-run countries. F
No Bishop from the Baltic 17)) at an institute for international -
The study was released in con-
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nection with the 13th convene
tion on the Church in Distress and Lithuania which were SOFTBALL PLAYERS FROM ASStttlPTION PARISH IN JACKSONVILLE Seton Hall University here and

= made a part of the Soviet Softball players for Assumption Watts and .Mike Lightner; conducted by the associationfor
to be in Koenigstein here from

August 2 to 6. Union following the' warwereat County Clare/ Ireland Has Special parish team in Second row: Coach Cibnl- international developmentof

Paterson, a lay missionary
I The survey noted that the council save for those Jacksonville are pictured ski, Ferris Solomon, Jim

living in exile the study said. with their coach, from the organization.Dixciissinj.
EIght heads of sees in Czechoslovakia Caliri, Tim Cagle, Harry
were absent! from Monsignor Kindermann Pastor and Bishop Pope Paul VIBy left, front row: Danny Mike ; the pro and 'on
j Kimball, Bill Cooper,
noted that Archbishop JosyfShipyl ,
the council, including Arch. Brown, Phil Browning I of cooperation between Chris.
of Lviv in the Ukrainian Riley, John anahan, Ernie
Ossowski Leon Webster
Leila Carroll Hans and mar\l..tll! the Venezuelan
S.S.R. was released from Walter Laddel, Jack Wailer, Lee Flrmming, Dave
LISCANNOR, Ireland (NC-Liscannor) a pleasant fishing village in County Clare, ia'eisaiti a boy.
Father Vann 56 18 year of soviet detention Cabeza Mike Clark Phil Hew'ill, Albert Saour, and
too late to to the council. ]reland[ has a new pastor. It is unlikely that he will ever come here but if he does he rott of mar\Ut mot entente
go Houser, Den/el: Smith, John Charlie Fischer.
Three ordinaries each from 'will certainly receive_ a_ wel-.. __ .. can bra "greater danger
n" but from that year until 1647
Dies in
Britain Bulgaria and Rumania were <( ome he will never forget. it was under the care of Catholic Book Reviews than cooperation.He .

NEWCASTLE, England unable to go to Rome since all Through circumstances out vioar warned that a merely

(NO -Father Gerald Vann are either in prison or other-)f Ireland's ancient history, When Kilfenora was unitedto negative approach to marxismcan

O.P., 56, internationally known wise under detention. Albania's 1 Liscannor: i is! the "Pope's par- Kilmacduagh arrangementswere Guide for Higher Education Issued rebound against those who

theologian and author, died at three heads of sees were likewise i sh" in the "Pope's diocese" of made by which succeed adopt it by making it appear

the Dominican priory here in kept away from the coun- 1 ilfenora. ing prelates should be Bishopsof MONSIGNOR Frederick G. Hochwalt, executive director of the National Catholic Wel! that they have no constructive

mid-July. He was in demand as cil. The actual fact is ,that the each alternately and at the education department, Washington, D.C., announced recently the solutions to social problems.

a lecturer all over the English- Of Poland's 58 Bishops the ]3ishop of Galway and Kilmad- same time administrators of publication of the fifth annual revised edition of the Official Guide to Catholic Educational Illarramendoi distinguished

speaking world. He was a frequent report said only 16 were given Institutions and Religious between marxism as an ideology -
visitor to the United exit permits to go to the counf enora as its Apostolic Admin- Peter Kilkelly O.P., was sion to college. How to financea plete special section giving every -
Communities. and marxism as a "social
States and spoke many timeson cil. i strator and thus has charge of named Bishop of Kilmacduaghand college education. Catholic school of nursingin "
force. In its latter form he
"The Catholic Hour," over No Bishops were able to go t he "mensal" parish of Liscan- administrator of Kilfenorain Produced under the editorial Likewise for those who Intend the country with detailed ,

NBC radio. He served as a to Rome from communist-ruled i ior. 1751. direction of Dr. William H. to enter the importantfield information and costs on each. said marxism" "can graduallybe

countries in Asia: China North Conley recently appointed of there is There is likewise another converted.
visiting professor at the Cathy nursing, a com-
A men'al parish is one When he died in 1783 both
Korea and North Vietnam. president of the new Sacred section similar information However if Christianschoose 1 1
olic University of America in giving
that, in Irish history, supplies dioceses were united and Lau- som-e
Heart University of Bridgeport, all Catholic in circumstancesto
in 1960 and on boarding
Washington againin I>> personal revenue fora rence Nihill D.D., of Tulla,
1962. Seminary Rector Connecticut this big 440 page schools in the country. cooperate with marxists, he
Uhho)). County Clare, was selected to I New BooksANTOXIUS I
Born in Kent in August, 1906, BOYNTON BEACH (XC)- In practice, no tithes will be govern them.In guide gives complete information Further, in order to make said they must do so through

; Father Vann's lifelong interest Father Carey J. Leonard C.M., j>aid to the distinguished new on every Catholic university this official I volume a thorough their organizations and not on
1866 the Bishop of Kilmac BROTHER. The
t: in the cause of world peace has been named rector of the t itular head of Liscannor and and college in the country. guidance reference, the an individual basis.
duagh and Kilfenora, being un- Hazards of Holiness (Doubleday
was reflected in his first book, St. Vincent de Paul Major The new guide gives indis- likewise i
j i1fenora, Pope Paul VI. able to discharge his duties, the $2.93)). A collection of )pay: special In such situations he said.
"Morality and War," publishedin Seminary here. The seminarywill pensible information to students attention
to thoseitli
the time of the council are. Christians be well
Up to Bishop of Galway was appointed poems written between 1037 must organ
1927. Father Vann's works- open in September with who intend to go to college ligiousocation..
if Rathhreasil in 1152 Bishopsn Apostolic Administrator of and I960. ized and alert to avoid being
; including "The Heart of Man," accommodations for 150 seminarians. to their parents, guidance Not only is there informationon
1 Ireland were not so much Kilfenora "durante
BELL AUBREY. Cervantes
"On Being Human," "The Divine I counsellors, Priests, principalsand all diocesan seminaries, but exploited by the marxists.

; Pity," and "The Sorrow The Congregation of the Mis- I Mbhops of particular districts sanctae Sedis. all who advise our Catholic (Collier Books, 95; cents, paper). also on every religious orderof

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; of God"-made him a bestselling sion's Eastern youth, presenting Priests, Sisters and brothers,
c il sought to change that
three dioceses was made originally published in BEACH MEMORIAL
author. the seminary- the per- facts they should know about -what each order does, what
r educing number of Bish- manent by papal bull and since each institution of higher 1917. CHAPELSt.
educational and training
ips (many of them heads of then the Ordinary is Bishop of learning-what courses are of- CUSHING, RICHARD CAR- pro- l.rt.r.burr B..cK 1(0-5571
uling clans) and by a more grams they conduct, and what
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 26, 1963 Page Seven .

Polish Official Announces ,-
S_ = k .

Sanctions Churchgoers : Track and Field Stars Win ORLANDO

yaw iL+ g FAIRVIEW I I
BERLIN (NC)-A high Polish communist official has d For U.S. in Moscow Meet

announced that "sanctions" will be taken against old-time Cleaners & Laundry

party members who continue to go to church, accordingto By Bob Stewart Featuring
the Warsaw communist x.' a United States track and field team, entering as Dependable Fabric Care

daily 'Trybuna Ludu." "religious persons" will still be ,,,,, yxb y !w aft q THE favorites, managed to eke out-a 119 to 114 victory 4315: Edgewater Dr., Orlando

Roman Nowak, chairman of accepted into the party, espe- over the surprising Russian aggregation last week-

the party control commissionof cially farmers and workers. end in Moscow. "We came back after being on the floor,"

the central commission of Such persons' will be handled said the U.S. coach, Payton McArdle, they're finally givingus Children'sClothes

the Polish united workers'communist "tactfully," he said, but they 4 Jordan. some hope in races we always -
( ) party, made the will "gradually be trained in X> y "We had some tough breaks practically conceded to Line

point in a speech at a plenary the spirit of our program and ..te and we fell down In some other countries."
meeting of the later ideology." this the Finest In ClothingFor
party, events. But was greatest Do know what goes
published by "Trybuna Ludu." The party control,..co.mmis. Russian team-,ever put on Into training you for a run of Girls & Boys

But Nowak also said that sion is a juridical!Jcxx i$..within w I the track," the -U-t S.: mentor 10,000 meters, a distance well OJtt Idtvwatrr Dr. G\ 1.773ft
oi1'Ideological.< commented. ..'..a.' c over six miles?

ORLANDO ) ( :w+t An dFr s \ 'G yt .. In the tcr o-daymeet the McArdle runs twice a day. OFFICE M'prLlES
tions regardis: ; r 12' events 10
Americans won to dawn he out to FINE KITING
WINTER PARK Its highest'"{sanction. -15.j Xi'c ( I 'LM in the men's competition despite Up at goes p.trERS.Un"lr-: 'IPlESTLt.
Van Cortlandt Park and beginsa .\ ARTISTS Sl.PI'LlE
pulsion from the party. : losing six places to five miles CARITLI.LCTIn GIFTS
cLe short workout of 10 or
Complete Pest Control "One must reflect," he said, __ __ .__nn ._n .m..n. m'.n x in Sunday's windup. One event <..iaF.Ti\: : riKns
riders locked
so. Car pool ,
LEWIS COBBEXTERMINATING "on whether or not we should
in the
lost expected, was
I BOY SCOUT COMMITTEE ORGANIZED bumper to bumper along the
raise the level of demandson
CO. our 10,000 meter run. And the Russians BRADFORDSStationers.
Incorporated 19461JJO party members of long Men from St. Mary parish in Rockledge have organized a Boy Scout committeefor could probably come up Major Deegan highway, are

Wilfred Dr.-P.O. HOT 2148 standing who keep on prac- the supervision of scout activities. From the left, seated, are: C. S. Bradshaw, with a half-dozen or more men sometimes startled native to of see the Inc.

Orlando Stl-3106 ticing religion. We' must find William Davies, Claude Mixdorf; standing, Tom Hardwick, Jose Gongalez, Don capable of whipping our best little, balding County South
Louth, Ireland, go jogging by. 310 Park Ave.,
out whether or not they violate O. Van Orman and
Pieper, Lyle Ingalls. in this brutal race. And when they are back in the Phone MI 4-7738

Herman J. Heidrich the party constitution which Retreat Conference Advised Pete McArdle and Nick Sar- traffic jam that evening, they Winter Park, Florida
makes it the duty of
every the U.S. had not
gent, entrys Sims Owner
well see him again, as he Dave -
& Sons party member to study the slightest intention of quitting out another seven milesor
Growers and Shippers carefully marxism and lenin- plods
losing the long
or even
Of Fancy Fruit and Vegetables ism. Develop Supernatural Optimism so.
distance race, and they what
Do know a 10,000
"Certain comrades in the
have BILL
better than we ever
be like
meter race can

to polish see any communist contradiction party fail be- To Face Each Crisis with EquanimityAPPLETON "We've before in competition.good it's run in 95 degree temperature FACTORY DEALER
DIAPER come a pretty in humidity that sat-
lID@\ tween religion and the mate- way in developing real aistance SAVE ON YOUR

SERVICE I rialistic ideology they officially Wisconsin (NC-Catholics will have to develop a profound spirit of men," George Eastment was urates It Is?to this type of running NEW CAR DEALPh.
adhere to," the chairman concluded supernatural optimism in order to weather the inevitable crisis in store for the Church saying the other night.
2300 E. ROBINSON, AVLrvm that McArdle and Sargent have 6563333T.
and human society, Bishop John J. Wright has said here. The Pittsburgh prelate spoke "Thirty years ago, 99 percent given themselves. For what \ H\vy. 50>>

.. DINERS mm LABORATORY IIXUD TESTED m Durcitm Aimstrnc last Saturday to the second regional workshop of the national Catholic laymen's retreat of high school athletes and for whom? It would seem Winter Garden
a. fOR UU S MMLTH,HAZINESS t COMFORT PAQUETTE MOTORS conference. wanted to be sprinters. Now satisfaction and I
rOPUlA STYLED DIAPERS AUTHORIZED DEALER under God, for the resilience, But such a reduction In statistics -
YOU hEW IAIY MAUZIHC Delegates from 15 retreat they are running times for for their country. What else St. Charles
Hawk Encllnh Ford Lark the pcrcnnial-hope and the Bishop Wright said, in .
is P arena Stodehakrr Truck houses in Wisconsin, Minnesota distance runs in high school could be the answer? Parish
422-1177 .. unflagging) Aitality of Catholicism no way threatens Catholic
saAa.I.H. Used Tar and the than the old
upper peninsulaof that are better One world record wall
Cor. Church & S. Or. Rl.m. Tr. in the face of constant optimism. He said that the Gospels -
Michigan heard Bishop records for colleges or open broken In the USSR-USA
GA 3-1653 adversity. reveal those who foundChrist's
uiun*. M'[*wmci INOMW xssw. Wright, who is the retreat con competition. dual meet.
"There will always be some words "hard sayings,
ference's episcopal adviser, pre- Eastment, who took the first Valery Brumel topped his RAY MEARS
and who "walked
Catholics to say, in effect, that no more with
FOR YOUR FASTENING NEEDS dict that the fortitude and optimism Him." American team to Moscow in own high jump record leaping
'gentle hardly expects
of all Catholics were in 1958, speaks in awe of McArdle. 7 feet 5 plus inches for Russia.
them to the dutiesof The Church must
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compromises personal
characterized by supernatural "Meanwhile, the authentic "Distance running has received 10 of their events and outscoredthe
conscience and the public revelation JEWELRY REPAIR
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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 26, 1963 Paper Says Red's Altitude

Women Counseled to Use TalentsTo Toward Church UnchangedVATICAN

Stop Decay of Christian LivingVATICAN CITY (NC-Communism is now as opposedto

religion and to Catholicism as ever, according to the

CITY (NC-Women have been counseled by Pope Paul VI to bring Vatican City daily, L'Osser-

Christ back to the community. He spoke of this urgent task before them at a special vatore Romano. "The Polish experiment Is

audience, July 17, to Italian Catholic Action leaders of women's, young women's and The newspaper expressedthis nothing more than a prolonged
,. attempt to 'liquidate' the 're
children's sections. judgment in commentingon
families, and when they set an building the Christian community I : two magazine articles anda ligious prejudice.? And to bring

"We are surrounded in our objective for themselves they for creating a new Polish this about there is an attemptto
speech by a high
daily lives by clear symptoms know how to achieve it. faithfulness to. the parish, to promote the connivance of
Red functionary at a party
which point to the gradual decay ordinarily the Catholics "
the themselves.
of the Christian "Moreover, they are reception sacraments P meeting in which old-line party
community very docile and sensitive to and to participation in 'w members were warned that The editorial was describedby
said the Holy Father."It "
what the Priests propose for the liturgy. they face penalties if they con I/O "erA afore as "authori

would seem that in cer the general welfare. They are But this is a task, he said, a tinue to go to church and it tative," which usually means

tain sectors the Christian community aware, with exemplary "intuition which "jg rather for interior w'11 was said that new party members that it was written by someonein

no longer exists, or has of the great thirst for than for exterior effects. would be weaned away the Vatican Secretariat of

been worn down by time, or spiritual and Christian life'and Pope Paul concluded;. .Y from their religious principles"tactfully. State.In .

has not withstood the new even for sanctity, which in "Let us therefore seek to ; "." one article author Tadeusz
morals, while the alluring voiceof and conflicts full
of communities
spite changes give our a "L'O!'!servatore" said that Pluzanski wrote that the

the world with all its out is still alive among our people, ness of religious life of moral, "as far as \\e ourselves areconcerned "rapprochment o f Christianity
ward attractions has greatly particularly among those who charitable and community life.
we can only nn- and the workers' movement

distracted those souls who are members of Catholic Action We shall then see also how .- :: <.t. :_::>>1 t; !' ,li "M.- ..".'.= derllne once more that these cannot consist, as some think,
were once attentive to weekly field
organizations. easy it is to expand our articles demonstrate that in a Christianization of socialism
lessons in Christian doctrine The Pontiff told the Catholic of until by step,
activity step AT 1UISSA RECITATA IN GOOD' COUNSEL CHAPEL communism does not changein : because socialism has always

sang vespers and attended the Action leaders that it was their the broadest community of pastoral Seminarians from the Diocese are shown above at a Missa Recitata in the rustic its attitudes toward religion been and always will be

celebration of Holy Mass. special task .to "make use of life will be reformed in the Church "
chapel at Camp Good Counsel. and materialistic.
"Many people have therefore their valuable energies for rev all our parishes."

been dispersed, at least spirit ', :.f.fr!! ",, .:.i' <."-it."... .;y, .. ......,'.', ..,:.., ...x..;<:..:.',.,*i.w:: : ,._ 'iC6'a': b' "1P_;_:.:::.:.:i-: ,;. ::<'.'.y....... ..;;,.'w.':. ..7p':7": Monsignor- George- -W.-- CummingsCivilization- The second article, by An-
ually." J drzei I Krasinski described Polish -

Catholicism within the new

Pope in Paul attendance mentioned at Masson a decline 1i ; Brings Changes To "climate" brought about by

P communism. It spoke of an investigation
Sundays and holy days of v of the faith of

obligation a s a sign that 1thIi1U youth, which revealed the ex
x Natural of Good Counselthe
"most serious negative phe : Setting istence of "a religious sentiment -
nomena" are occurringamong
based more on tradition
those who still go by 1 (Continued from Face One) catechetical session that wouldbe time to stay overnight, or "
'I than on reason.
the name of Christian. : you probably helped 18 of them the ideal. some of them want to stay a
: :; ::,; The communist article lPoland's
< ai<
.. .: '; "" with the Act of Contrition.
"There are faithful who are ,9.: '';F' ._ --I But of course even the children couple of days or take a canoe
; t.d : p They just didn't know pro-regime press! I is
antiChristianforces : any
induced by l: 'V who attend Catholic trip or a boat trip.
to withdraw, not to listen ..:* I A" thing. schools who come here, I would an example) of the interest
: We have had half a dozen
to Us and probably even to T The Sisters really started say over and above the Christian shown by Marxists i !' and athe*
.__- s at the bottom-to teach this summer-some of them
said. right
battle Us, he -- Doctrine that they learn, 1st publications in Catholic
"Moreover, It is becoming : them how to make the Sign of they are in an atmosphere here did that. Some of them are col. questions and the ecumenical

noticeable among our groups : the Cross, and if you got themto in camp that they don't even lege students now, but they
.... council.
here and there that there is a r- .... sing two hymns by the end have at school. remember their days as camp.

lack of good organization, a : of the summer you accomplished They are in a home atmosphere ers and they come back. These publications, said
L'h ertatore, indicate "a bid
weakness of unity or a lack of I something. They just but yet a very religious
Our list of Priest graduates of the movementin
i didn't know anything. 0 f
that fullness of vitality which atmosphere with the opportunity -
remember and come back and Poland which has been
the | course, that was 20 years ago.
stimulates in the faithful for :Mass Communion con
: Now with the numberof visit us. We had about ten this promoted by the (Communist)
joy of being a Christian, the fession, Benediction, the presence -
w Catholic schools that summer. I and many other party with direct and indirect
joy of frequenting with con. we of Priests, Sisters, sem-
former counselors who are now financial assistance for the
have and the much
and greater system
vinced fervor our churches : inarians, in a very informal
: < << that have for catechism Priests ccme in contact with purpose of bringing Catholicism -
parishes and taking an active ., we way unlike school. I know that
part in our great moral, spirit .:". ..... "q"""'1 instruction we find that the has an impression, too. former campers all the time into step and synchronizing -
"V the "
.. the in
ual and social problems." I. "* :-- children are much much better throughout state it with the regime.

DIOCESAN YOUTH VISIT CAMP SITE instructed. Q. Xow in jour years here different parishes and inevitably It commented on the second

These conditions, the Pope Father Keith Symons talks with seminarians of the Diocese while they were have you found that this the subject goes back to article saying that it was writ-
said, have created the urgent Now, even in our catechetical
task of reassembling the whole guests at Camp Good Counsel. Pictured, from the left, front row, are: Jimmy Reyes, session, a great numberof camp influence Counsel particularlyCood ) influence camp. ten for foreign consumption

Christian community. Women Leonard Favreau, and John :McCarter all of St. Augustine; second row, Edward Piet them attend Catholic has made much Camp impacton Where Is this one, where Is attempting to present to Catholics -

he added, would be a sure and Steven Newman, of St. Augustine; Tommy Derzypolski and John Partin, both schools. Whereas formerly, it the campers Uy that I that one. They don't forget "a more or less idyllic

means for accomplishing the from Tallahassee; and Frank Rudzik, Orlando. 1 was strictly public school mean, for example, >necjfic.i their associations here, the condition of the Church in
Poland that would believe
so they

task.Pope Paul declared: Newsmen Called to Task for Getting children.Would that we could get backto A.II j-I-would v-orations.say so from my memories sonal things, those and are vary very with per that of coexistence an important is in experiment progress --

"These good women prove that today. That is really
observations. What pleases me each person. But I am sure in that democratic republic -
themselves not only capable of what it is aimed at
collaboration in good works, Vietnamese Political Facts Garbled catechism instructionsfor supplementing very much is that every sum that the store of memories our which could have general

mer, and this summer it hap- former campers have, particularly significance."
but they are also gifted with public school childrenIf
pened again to see old
the genius for reconstruction Father Patrick O'Connory if they have been here
By we could have all the pub- return to camp just for a

for they have easy access to I SAIGON (NC)-Militar court proceedings here hav e shown that Catholics enjoy He school children attend our visit; or they come if they have many years is a very valuable JACKSONVILLE

no immunity in Vietnam und er President Ngo dinh Diem, whose government has been' .:..)" "' .''' .... / ::' ..,:.: t \, .. ..., thing.I .

labeled "Catholic-dominated"' in the foreign press. Catho>lics suspected of plottingeach ;, .:.' ', ,.< have a list that we have

f against the government were : : been working on lately finished
with the Viet President's re that other foreign residents -y "f' I :FAR Awo.o oS_
arrested and tried like other bj desk right now
on my
such business '
accused ligion. as men -..... -. .:f1It! I STEER
Larrttt rrticrlptloa persons.To Some foreign observers do have to pay. Missionaries may .,., : of all the counselors who have ROOM
In the SouthI .. :earr.ru,
appreclatft Pharmacy your patronage be a Catholic in Vietnamis not realize that years before apply for exemption, which .. '..r : ever been here boys and girls

Free Delivery FR 4-7691 no guarantee of government they ever saw Vietnam, Catholics some receive. :; counselors list
i and our men up
Huntington BIdg. Miami favor. To be a Buddhist or any including Priests suffer Hut the majority-un al- rr. ra
.. about 150 names-I think
to we
other kind of non-Catholic is
no penalties because they ailed Priests Brothers and -
: < have about 18 Priests f in that CHARCOAL tlitOtttD
guarantee of government dis opposed or criticized the goy Sisters, some of them working r
110. group-and we have around 60 STEAKS
,. termitesyearround ernment. under great difficulties- girls and of that we have about Foot of leaver M. \Udnrt
What the governmentwants Catholic foreign missionariesin have to pay the tax. 1L 4.01301wiiUliIc12JLli
seven are nuns.
work is support.. It reacts Vietnam are given residence Fifty per cent of Vietnamese i

li' permits for only one year at Catholic seminarians who have
against every sort of opposition i. I _
(tll o..c a time. They are required by their higher secondary school YiT:4'1
whether it comes froma : M :
law to pay the same yearly tax diploma must do military service -

Catholic, a non.Christian, of 1000 piastres (about $13.50)) for an indefinite period. J KKLIHI.K rKKttKIPTION SIN11'KDrag
a former supporter or a family
Thus there are now about 60 Cosmrtlr. Clear and Cmmerm llepartmentuFree
caD -- connection. Pectoral ,g # > Pickup and Delivery Lunrheoa and Soda Bar
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the dominant influence in goy returning to the seminary by I 1Q. J\STF.RIISG. Owaer-Manacer,

ernment policy, in spite of Given to Fatima any fixed date.Buddhist ir 8 I
far the uke of your home
some journalists' obsession bonzes (monks),

J.TDI.XC) -A pectoralcross ] however, are given deferment FOR BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USE
willed by Pope John
IN TAMPA--- | from military service, by Ministry
ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE XXIII to Our Lady's shrinehere of Defense decree if they Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite
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apply in due form and within
HILLSBORO HOTEL Joao Pereira Venancio of Leiria 1 prescribed time. They have to & Hi-Calcium Lime

THE STREET FROM by Father Americo de Oliveira,'
show that they are not recently
SACRED HEART CHURCH I head of the Portuguese-lan robed bonzes who may h a v e
guage desk of the Papal Secretariat t
sought refuge in the pagoda CRYSTAL FROMQUARRIES
of State. INC.
(temple) to escape army duty. : ,

GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES while Pope he John was acquired Apostolic the cross Dele. In freedom to operate Phone Crystal River, Florida 795-2409

schools, in building pagodas,
gate to Greece and Turkey,.
in receiving government aid in SEMINARIANS OBSERVE HISTORICAL LANDMARKCamp
Fatima is in the Leiria diocese
I university and professional life, Good Counsel, whichis
Pt During the last :year of his
l in' obtaining government emI located on the shore of
pontificate, Pope John name j '
ployment, in everyday existence b'autirull..ake Tsala-Apopka, :: cu-
JUST TWO BLOCKS FROMST. Our Lady of Fatima principa l .
Vietnamese Buddhists the
are was scene! last weekend' ___
PATRICK'S PARISH AM SCHOOL patroness of the Leiria diocesE far better off than the Chris of the Seminarians Day of i
and personally, composed tw<) ;_
tians in Ceylon where Bud Recollection. Here, Father
prayers-the collect and post _
HUGH EDWARDS, INC.X. : dhists and leftists have joined Philip E. Halstead a
communion a special Mas;s
W hands to persecute Christians. counselor the Diocesan!
E. 16th Ae. & 15th Street commemorating the diocese'patroness. ; ;";
Of course Buddhists are more camp, points out an historical
numerous in each country landmark: t o seminarians,

than the Christian minority.But from the left, Haidalk'r,

tl human rights reside in Gainesville; Rill McKeeter' ,

the individual. They do not St. Petersburg and Bob Kron-

need a majority to be \-a lid. miller. Gainesville.

Apparently it is not the
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The President and his asso- LOURDKS, France (NC) advantage of special 30-day

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