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: August 9, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. XXIV, No. 41 Orlando, Florida, Friday, August 9, 1963 Ten Cents olic system to hold, faculty : __ : T -

meetings of its own in,pre1 : /3. c .

aration for the conferenc '- fall :

! Combined Choirs to Sing the later teachers on this of month.-the Diocese : Y <

The 1200 teachers --.-from' +2- z v

Eucharistic kindergarten, elementary and
high school classrooms will .
meet ,in Orlando on August 29 'S4'V- n

., at Bishop Moore High School.
,':: ,r\:::'{.: K': ;:'*',: ':; : :'.:?" w'Ai Father Danaher is scheduledto
Mortimer Danaher executive
secretary announced, this .;,:,':/',<\:>i : :" .r : c ., address the entire group at r -, -' '.4,'
..:' 10 a.m. before the general
4 .:: ,;
week that the >
forthcoming a- 4
breaks into smaller
meeting up ,' ,
diocesan Eucharistic Congress '' -
-- sections, for elementary, high
will take place on Sun .i. school and music conferences.

day, October 27, the feast of Archbishop Joseph P. Hnr.

Christ the King. The Con /: >! ley will celebrate the Mass r, '" fi

gress, to be held in Jacksonville ,.,' ,', for the teachers at 12 o'clock "

will draw to the Gateway .'. t noon In St. Charles Church. i 4 Ioa

City a massed choir of Many of the teachers will re-

children as school choirs ; : ceive Holy Communion at

once more will combine to the Mass.Parishes: .5 C'

provide} the music for the 4- with schools have
i- been preparing for the approach P
Father Danaher announced t of the school year, Fa

t also that once again the sacred ,,: 3 ther Danaher said. Pastors will ; :

music of the diocesan Eucharistic 't_ ; call their faculty meetings

Congress would be directed prior to the late August teach L

l hy Ralph Jusko of Cincinnati. __ ers' conference, he said.
Mr. Jusko directed the massed All the teachers Priests, b M. j= ,. ei
Sisters and attend the .;
choir at the diocesan congressesin lay-will w -- ,
1959 at Orlando and in 1961 meetings called prior to the ___z) A r.v it.. J\: !, Y.

ut St. Petersburg. August 29 gathering in 'On COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE THEM .

When the teachers of all diocesan Orlando.

schools meet In Orlandoon Among discussions at local be acquainted with new text.

August 29 for conferences i meetings will be the programs books. It is planned to start Annual Retreat Africa Cited for Progress

prior to the opening of schools, that faculties wish to talk over work on teachers' guides for
t with other teachers in the Di Scheduled For
the music teachers of the Di. each grade.
ocese will gather at a session } ; ocese. Father Danaher stressed the Diocesan Priests In Faith by Bishop Sheen
;' ,. "' Principals of the schools will
to coordinate /:
especially designed : ; importance of pupil registration. \t"aSTIXFThe: annual -
musical plans for the \r: i,<<'';:'):,' request the faculty sessions Each parochial school will retreat for the Priests of INDIANAPOLIS (NC)Ten thousand people attendedan
: well ahead of the general session -
Eucharistic Congress in Jack- &'i'tk''_, -A_;_.....'. '_.".u"_,_L_ '_- .> in Orlando, said Father hold registration during the the Diocese of St. Augustine outdoor Mass here on the ground of St. Rita's church
sonville. week of August 19, he said, will be held at the Ponce de and heard Bishop Fulton J. Sheen assert in his sermon
RALFII JUSKO Danaher that teachers
Mr. Jnvko has accepted an may and enrollment will be com Leon Motor Lodge, St. .\u. that Africa today is "the most fruitful land for preaching
Invitation from Father Dan. gres, Mr. Jusko will return to pleted in time for the pastorsto gustine. The retreat will begin ..
aher to attend the August 29 the Diocese from Ohio to visit Catholic/ Cl)larities Unit report to the Diocese priorto on Monday evening, September me Gospel Mass on was earth.The offered: last guest of both civic and religious

meeting with the teachers of the choirs In advance for regional the opening of school. 16, and close Friday, groups.In .

music in order to net forth rehearsals. His schedule Announcement of the times September 20.Ketreatants. Tuesday by Laurean Cardinal his sermon Bishop Sheen,

plans for the Congress in will call for him to meet memo Organizes"LAKELANDPolk Polk! CQunliJty !' and dates for the registration will arrive, Inn ... Rugambwa, the Cardinal-Bish- auxiliary Bishop of New York,

Jacksonville. bers of the Eucharistic ,Congress 3 th ot1th"vill be madeintheparishes ,time-for dinner at 6 p.mf-Ht:- "op_oX Bufcoba .T n anyjka. The- wlois also national director

Music for the Congress program committee before he embarks for the convenienceof the Motor Lodge 5: .,Church's first Negro Cardinalwas the Society for the Propagation:
will be decided at his rehearsal tour of the Faith said "Toda the
upon upon Cou] Catholic Charities Bureau. the families. visiting here as an honored J\
the educators' gathering. Mr. for the schools In the Diocese. sun of grace is shining on
is the newest link in the c!:]lain of regional offices spon-
Jusko will be prepared to The schedule of rehearsalswill sored by diocesan Charities, it has been announced. Fa. Africa where in some areas
Sisters Jensen Beach
answer questions pertaining to be released by Father to Priests average 100 converts a
ther John J. Lenihan, exe:utive secretary for Catholic "
the proposed program of music. Danaher just prior to Mr. year.
Charities in the Diocese las t t week attended the
Prior to the Eucharistic Con- Jusko's return. organiza-: In the former trust territoryof
tional meeting of a local b:>>ard for the Charities agency Two Girls; 11 to Make First VowsJENSEN Ruanda-Urundi, the Bishop

Exiled Bishop Denies Cuba in the Polk County region. mission studies for homes for said, there are some 1,300,000

Miss Martha Franco, execu- the aged. BEACH-Two girls from Jacksonville will receive the holy habit of the Catholics today. He added that

tive secretary 0 f the Tamp; "The Catholic Charities Bureau ." Sisters of St. Joseph and their names in religion at investiture ceremonies on August 11 in 1903 there were 3000 Catholics -

Permits Religious FreedomCARACAS office of Catholic Charities, am work," said Father Leni. at the congregation's novitiate in Jensen Beach, Florida. Eleven novices will make first in the area.

Frank Perez, a past presiden t ,. profession of vows there Bishop Sheen paid tributeto
han, "should in no way inter
Venezuela NC The exiled Auxiliary of the Tampa agency's board will sing; during the Mass and Sister Kevin Joseph, daughter the tremendous Faith of
( ) fere or take the place of St, earlier that morning will
be accompanied by Si'- of Mrs. Jessie Raderman
Bishop of Havana has denied here that there is religious were among the speakers a Vincent de Paul work, which i Miss Jacquelyn Parrish, the people of Africa.
the Polk 1 ter Ann Kajinond S.SJ. at Gesu parish, Miami.
freedom in Cuba."Religious County organizationasession. should be an integral part oi I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee the organ.Those Sister John Anthony, daughter He said:

freedom does not consist solely in the oppor- each parish. On the contraryit Parrish and Miss Constance professing first vows of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. The Church in the United
Principal speaker wa Fa. should be of assistance tc j Gilder, daughter of Mr. andr States must look with holy
tunity of offering Mass in some churches, said auxiliary
and receiving the black veil are: Wheeler, St. Juliana parish,
ther Lenihanwho outlined the St. Vincent de Paul Society Mrs. H. A. Morrison, both mem- reverence to Africa. It was an
Bishop Eduardo Boza Sister Mary Timothy, daughter West Palm Beach.
made by the Fidel Castro the service that would he and extend its services to thE< bers of St. Paul parish in Jack African, Simon of Cyren, who
Masvidal."If of Mr.:: and Mrs. T. A. Sister( Mary Yincentla, and
regime that there is religious given to parishes in Polk families in need." sonville, will receive the black first took up the Cross 0 f
the government really Canty, St. Mary parish, Rock- Sister Gregory Marie, daughST. -
freedom in Cuba. The Polk is
County. and white habit of the diocesan Christ. It was to Africa that
Father Lenihan th wants to facilitate the work of gave JOSEPH; Page 8
Denying, that there Is religious served by a social worker board members in Poll: congregation at 10 a.m. in the Christ and His family fled to
the Church, it would have to
start by permitting all Cuban freedom in Cuba, he from the Tampa office. County an outline of the diocesan novitiate chapel. ledge.Final escape the persecution of
said the Church cannot in Pol!]Ie Profession Set "
Priests to return to their apostolic The new agency; long.range program_ Prior to the investiture cere- Herod.

work," the exiled Bishop teach or operate schools County will provide a chil d 1 The plan will eventually placE<> monies, August 11, Monsignor Cardinal R 0 It am b ,va,

there, nor cannot carry on welfare program, it was statec I. within the reach of all, t h.:> Michael J. Beerhalter, pastor at For St. Joseph SistersST. speaking at the conclusion of

said.Bishop Boza was comment. public information programs! Children will: be accepted an d' Morning Star Schools and th<:; St. Anastasia parish, Fort the Mass, said the life of

ing in an interview on pub- or set up a well organized placed for adoption, in super" homes and clinics for the aged.. Pierce, will officiate at cere- AUGUSTINE Twelve Sisters of St. Joseph will Saint Peter Claver is worthyof
lay apostolate. vised boarding homes and iJ[1 1 diocesan home 1 monies for the first profession imitation.
A ante
lished reports about claims new profess simple perpetual vows here on August 11 at the
Even the celebration of :Massis diocesan programs for t h clinic for the aged will open i of vows during a 7 a.m. Mass. annual ceremony in the motherhouse of the diocesan con The sainted native of Barcelona

VoicedFor limited due to a shortageof handicapped including attem I. soon in Daytona Beach, Fa,. The Sisters of St. Joseph gregation. Spain, spent 40 years

Plea Priests following large-scale ance Morning Star School:;. ther Lenihan told the group. J.L Choir, under the direction of Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley will receive the Sisters'vows ministering to Negroes duringthe

expulsions of clergy in 1961 Also, the agency will make ac{. CATHOLIC, Page I J Sister Charles Marie S.SJ., at a Mass he will celeBIEJIBERS. ICOO's at Cartagena, which

Missions he said. __._ _.. :_ .L was the chief slave market of
; to lr orate at lu a.m. in me convent
The Bishop said "almost all" ai1u chapel. the West Indies. He is now the

'Quake AidST. the expelled Priests would return Iti.i Professing final vows will patron of all Catholic missions

to Cuba if the regime gave among Negroes, the Cardinal
them permission. He said this 7.i--; tt"I :
Sister Peter Joseph McNielof said.Cardinal
return could begin "starting I 1-b Rugambwa called
nual collection for the Indian Orlando Sister Mary Bar
with me, as I am eager to return upon the many Negroes in the
and Negro Missions will be tholomew Tyrer of Coral
to Cuba as soon as! they congregation to "aid the Churchof
taken up in a 11 diocesan Gables Sister Mary Barbara
... ;
authorize me. continent, home
r.l your your
churches on Sunday, August 18.
Stelling of Daytona Beach
He denied claims that the is
land. He declared: "It very
In announcing the special Sister Miriam Therese Tight
Church in Cuba was 'in the old, yet very new to the
collection for the importantcause
and Sister Mary Kateri Seeseof
Priests" In "
hands of Spanish 1I Church.
which the u Q. ,
to }parishioners P Fort Lauderdale.Also .
pre-Castro days."Although P. S.
annually contribute, Archbishop Sister :Mary Davida
there was an appreciable -
Joseph P. Hurley indicatedthat :' of Beach Orlando InvitesParishioners
number of Spanish ; tf .w Batignani Pompano ;
it would be a great charityif '
Sister Mary Stephanie Corcoran
Priests who helped in the min i'- To
people would give an extra of Miami Shores; Sister
in their
istry, some had come ,
quarter: on August 18 to help Susanna Dziedzic of HI-
been well Mary
early youth and C C D CoursesORLANDOAt
earthquake victims in Yugo
assimilated into the country," aleah; Sister Mary Palette

slavia. he said. He noted that all but Choquette of Fall River, Massa the end of

Regarding: : the Indian and one of the Cuban Bishops are v, ., ,4IQt w 'I' chusetts. next week, August 17, the Con
Negro Missions, he told the native-born. He is a native of Also, from Ireland Sister fraternity of Christian Doctrine

parish Priests' in a letter this Cuba himself. Mary Bernarda O'Driscoll of training courses will beginin
week that the work In tlie emissions Orlando for all neighboring
Cork Sister Helen
"The Church has aht'afsbad ..
increasing! callingfor
i IOj
the : Therese Whelan of County parishes.The .
increased deep roots among "
continued and Sister Maria session will be
people and still has," he said. Tipperary training
support. .< Annunciata Collins of County held at Good Shepherd Church
The true spirit of Catholicism ,. Speaking for himself and, "
-.! .. Galway. from August 17 through August
said ...,
is demonstrated by our other expelled Priests, he I -
',. '. A guest will be Father Urban 31. The Fisher program in con
the interests:: their wish to return to Cuba J .
people looking i '. : i.: :,"' 'j .K :, Schnaus O.S.B. of the Catholic junction with the Confraternity
of the less fortunate, and help. "is not to be interpreted as 3, ,'"''u: } .. ;" t,' ,'. :; ._':> University of America in Washington of Christian Doctrine will feature
: '-*: *-* -x.Yrxa:"'* <':'NGs..k lNrA.f.re. -
ing to provide for their need;! change in opinion on our ; D.C- evening sessions.

of soul and body," the Arch- or a sign that we are going tc _. FOLK COUNTY' CHARI TIES BOARD, ATTEND MEETING The Sisters will close their Instructions will be given In
bishop's letter said. change and collaborate will:L Alan Hart Lakeland Father Cyril Levy Holy Spirit
Attending a recent board meeting of the Polk County ; retreat in St. Augustine the the following categories: Teacher
With regard to the recen l the socialist governmentIfIe Lake Wales Father Charles C. Anderson St.
Catholic Charities Bureau in Lakeland were from the Church, ; training course, elementaryand
earthquake at Skoplje In Yugoslavia "No, what we want is simply r day of the ceremony and 130
left, Father John J. Lenihan, executive secretary of Joseph Church, Winter Haven; Gerald Emry, Winter secondary levels; Execu
the Archbishop adde<(1 1 to ,return to our usual ministr r Sisters are expected to be
diocesan Catholic Charities; Dudley Towne, Lakeland; Haven; Father William J. O'Farrell, St. Joseph Church, Live board training course;
left it because
and its Catholi : as Priests. If we was
that people have a special interes t L we were expelled b;r Frank Perez and Miss Martha Franco, Tampa; Father Lakeland; and Sam De Vito, Lake Alfred. Additional present at the motherhouse Fisher training course; and

for many in our Diocese. force," he said. Henry J. Miron, Church of the Resurrection Lakeland; board members will be appointed. events. Helper training course.

\ "5


Page Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, Aug. 9, 1963 i

Catholic Book Reviews -1} Worth-While Books

TfcU list of Catholle books released recently wi prepared by>>
the Library .f the Catholle UnUenlty of America.
Feast Day Recalls Saint's Example

ARTURO DA CARMIN- ten by a monk of the Eastern

THE REMARKABLE fallen away from religious prac the history of seminaries, for GNANO. St. Lawrence Of Brln- Church.

CURE OF ARS, by Michel de tices. example, and with sacerdotal dlsL (Newman Press. $3.50)). KOPPENHAFER, SISTER

Saint Pierre; translated byM. Zealously, John began the spirituality. But his touch Is Biography of the Capuchin declared AIMEE, JULIE. With DedL

Angeline Bouchard, Dou- work of reclaiming his parish.He always light, and he always a Doctor of the ChurchIn rated Hearts. (Sisters of Notre

bleday & Company, Inc. preached tirelessly and sim- keeps In mind that he Is writIng + K Yay 1959. Dame de Namur. Ipswich, Massachusetts -

Again it is appropriate to recall ply, heard confessions for ten for youth, curious, gener- BEEBE, CATHERINE AND $4.95)). Detailed account -

the life of St. John Mary hours a day, paid calls in all ous, yet somewhat mystified Nt1L ROBB. El San Antonio De I sSinos. of the community's first

Vianney, whose feast day Is the houses of his parish. Soon about vocation and Its cultiva (St. Anthony Guild. 37 years as missionaries in

celebrated on August 8 each he was attracting crowds from tion." ; j. ___ Cloth, $1.25; paper, $1)). Trans Japan.
all over France. g lation Into Spanish of a biography LOUIS GRIGNON DE

year. Bishop SaysReds of St. Anthony. MONTFORT, SAINT. True
"The Remarkable Cure of Ills special gift as a Priest
Ars" tells that he was born in was his profound spirituality CERESI, VINCENZO. Quest! Devotion to the Blessed Virgin.
for Holiness. Alba House. (Alba House. $2.50)). A translation
Dardilly, France, in 1786, and coupled with his extraordinary Distort (
from the French with
spent his formative years as a gifts as a confessor.At $3.95)). An account on Christian a
new foreword by Frank Duff.
farm laborer. his death without ever perfection translated from the
having left the narrow confinesof BuddhistUprising Italian.
John Vianney had but a African Apostles. (Alba
single purpose In mind his Ars he had converted' ____________ DALY, SISTER EMILY JO- House. $3.95)). Account of
___ SEPH. Paul of the
80,000 people! ____ Trumpet
becomea __ Charles Cardinal Lavigerie and
desire to _
Honored as the patron saintof : ?. ____________ Spirit. (St. Anthony Guild the early work of the White

Priest. parish Priests and reveredfor MANCHESTER New Hampshire Press. $3.50)). An anthologyfrom Fathers in Africa.

He was frustrated by an ap- his extreme humility, St, (XC)-A Bishop from the PRESENTS/:BIBLE TO ALTAMONTE SPRINGS LIBRARY leading Catholic authors.

parent dullness of mind, and John Vianney Is among the Far East said here that the :Members of the St..Mary Magdalen Women's Guild, Maitland, recently presented ERNEST, BROTHER A
only his ardent will to serve most Inspiring and Intriguingof Buddhist uprising In South Bible Story of St. W'f'nef'slau (Du- ST. PETERSBURGEdouard
a to the Library Association of the Altamonte Springs Library. Pictured,
God caused him to persevere. modern saints. Vietnam Is being distorted by jarie. $1.50)). Biography for
from the left, are Mrs. Frank Ley; Mrs. J. T. Stuart, president of the library asso-
Finally ordained, John was Michel de Saint Pierre, a the communists to divide the lower grades of a Catholic king
ciation; Father Peter Reynolds, assistant, St. Mary :Magdalen parish; and Mrs. Rob- C. Craig
sent to the most secluded and Parisian, is one of the most country. and martyr of Bohemia.FRANCISCAN .
Catholic writers of ert Oliver, president of the guild. Contractor and Distributorfor
forsaken of French country popular Accounts In U.S. newspapersgive EDUCA-

parishes Ars. Under the In- France. He has written dozensof a "slanted view" of the TIONAL CONFERENCE, 1962.
Father John A'. O'Brien
fluence of the skeptical teach biographies of saints and actual situation, said Bishop The Holy Eucharist! and Christian Vikon Metal Ceramicand

ings of the time (following the numerous stories, essays and Peter Carretto S.D.B., vicar Unity. (Bellarmine Col Mosaic Tiles

days of the bloody French Rev- various books. His "Bernadetteand apostolic of Rajaburl, Thailand. Marks of Church Bring Conversion lege, Louisville. $4.50. Paper). 9l7-94th St. So 341.4101FLORISTGREENHOUSES
olution), the people of Ars had Lourdes" Is considered one "I could not be more convinced A series of essays developedby

of the truly outstanding bookson ," he said, "that the Franciscan authors.
the apparitions at Lourdesever communist propaganda ma. "HOW do you know that the Catholic Church is the true Church?" Were you ever GARRETT, RANDALL. A

written. chine has been put to workto this question? If not, you are likely to be asked. The answer is presentedat the
ST. PETERSBURG Gallery of Saints. (Monarch
Tins IS THE SEMINARY distort the situation in the some length_ in. the booklet, "25 Questions Non Catholics Ask." (Our Sunday Visitor Books. 75 cents. Paper).

by Father Rawley J. eyes of the world. Press, Huntington, indi- An
I man, G. K. Chesterton and Fa- authority it safeguards the original publication giving
Myers, The Bruce Publish- "Because of help given to the ana, 50 cents). brief biographical sketches
Jackson's Shoesladies' ther Raoul Plus SJ.Newman's apostolic Faith of its members. -
ing Company. Paperbound, Diem government by the Unit 200 li kflew Are. So.
Briefly the answer Is:1 becausethe ; from St. Peter to St. Maria WE W1KK FLOWERS
& Men'sClinic 91 $1.25.In ed States, communism has "Apologia" is a
pages .
Church is cath- Goretti.
one, holy, classic of Its sacraments and moral S6 "136ST.
English literatureand
Miller light and easy fashion, suffered a setback in Its attempt olic and apostolic. These !! rKTKRSBCRO5V4; !'
are the story of his conversion code promote holiness and HEYRMAN, JULES. Alone
Father Myers writes directlyto to stage a takeover in
the four marks which distin- its members in the with God. (Staten Island, N.Y.,
keep stateof
Vitality Weyenberg the high school boy, telling Vietnam. made me wonder if I was in
guish Christ's Church from: all Alba House. $10, 2 v.). A trans-
the true Church. During the grace.
Cushioned Be aires him exactly what a vocation Is, "Now they find themselves
the man-made creeds.It .
Through the accident of lation from the Dutch basedon
summer vacation I traveled
what a seminary Is like, and unable to divide the country
641 Central Ave. 862-1355 was! the perception of through Europe, and noted thatI birth I was a member not of "The Spiritual Exercises of %
what It means to be a Priest. through conventional methods,
these marks which led could find Catholic the one, holy, catholic, St. Ignatius."
"A real vocation is at they are trying to do it throughthe a always a apos-
first nothing more than a false issue of Buddhist gifted scholar, Herbert Christopher I church but rarely an Anglicanone. tolic Church founded by Christ IGNATIUS, LOYOLA, INTEREST
for the salvation of all men but SAINT. The Spiritual Exercises -
desire to serve God" he persecution. Thomas of Oxford
HEINZEN I began to realize the universal of a merely national institu- of St. Ignatius.!' (Kenedy.
writes. Recalling that the Buddhist ,
shire, England, Into the fold.
"Later, under seminary train- uprising began when the government character of the historic tion set up by a king to grant $2.95)). A pocket-size edition CATHOLIC
riTi Now a Dominican Priest, Father Mother Church of Christendom him a divorce. translated from the Spanish.
It blossoms
5r Ing and guidance, issued an order ban-
Ivo Thomas taught theol-, and the purely I national 1 called at the Catholic rec- Jesus, Dialogue with the
forth into
It something more ning display of the Buddhist ChurchHospitalSchool
SERVICE wondrous than words can des flag at public functions, Bishop ogy- at Black- ._..._,___..___.,_:.'S_,,,.-'"' i character<< o f the tory in Shrewsbury but no one Savior. (Desclee. $3.50)). A collection .
PUKE PICKUP A DELIVERY cribe. Carretto said: friars, the Dominican :#; ?: :; Church of England. was at home. I returned the of 46 meditations writ-
A 18th AT So. Houseof / : next and Father later
Slth St. day (
Phone 8 7flZ880n "A vocation, though, Is not "What we have not been The Catholic Church came
Studies at .
Bishop) Ambrose Moriarity be-
GREEK STAMPS like blond hair either you've told In the press Is that the down from the days of the
9th St. A 18th Are. So. Oxford, and gan my instructions.I .
got it or you haven't. A voca- same order applied to Chris. Apostles, while the Anglican a a - -
Phone 89 ,41SS then came t 0 had read extensivelythat
tion is more like a small plant tlans!, Confuclonhts and to stretched back only to its so 4oe .
Notre Dame to DANIEL T. WINTER & CO.
In three weeks I was
that must be cared for and adherents of the Caodai .y founder Henry VIII. More-
teach symbolic received into the Church and 403 Florida Theatre Building
made to grow"Monsignor faith. over the Catholic Church,
In St. Petersburg I, Fla. Ph. 88I-OJS1
logic made firM Holy Comm -
ENJOY AUTOMATIC whether in France my
John S. Kennedyin Bishop Carretto said h e I snot Germany,
the graduate union.I NAME ........................
Belgium or England
"KeepFilled"DELIVERY "Balancing the Books, said: defending President Ngo Italy,

"He has not simply dashedoff dinh Diem because he is a school. Hiswritings manifested a unity in doctrine, went to Downside School St. Petersburg ADDRESS ....................
in and joined the Dominican
this book, for there are well- Catholic, and is aware of thePrr.sident's practice and discipline which CITY .......... BTATE! ...'..
Phone: prepared sections dealing with shortcomings in this field have won him an International :was: conspicuously lacking in Order. I hope to spread Christ'sFaith 4645 9th Street, North r.c.

St. Pete-898.1111 I I I the, ,use of his office. reputation. '"'the.... Anglican Church. far and wide!

Clearwater-446-8314 Flowers for Every OccasionInmanIs ", THe Is, nonetheless," the Seated In my study, the c Some of" Its ministers be-
Bishop said, "a man who is noted scholarrelated his'storys
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world. public I '
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AND HAVE FUN The Bishop said charges that began to read considerable \ fancy might suggest. Paul VI praised a group of For Catholics Of Pine as County

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Aug. 9, 1963 Page Three

Florida ReportsJacksonville Coming Events

This olonm lUti future benefits. special mettlnc and events of more
and $3.50 per plate, at the crab OrlandoST. than local Interest. AdT ..* natlr .f regular meeting will be mltled.

KOFCThe fest.Catholic Women's Guild JAMES Parish Festival, August 16 Fall hat sale, September

following officers have members are asking donationsof Members of the board of and 17. Our Lady of Lourdes, 13, Titusville Woman's Club

been installed recently for the trading stamps for the recto directors of St. Elizabeth'sGuild Melbourne; Women's Club, building; Titus*ille; St. Teresa

Arlington Council, Knights of ory fund. Stamps may be left will sponsor their annual sponsor. Woman's Club, sponsor.
Columbus: at the schooL covered dish dinner for Hat sale, August 17, 10 a.m. September 25, card party

Joseph Lawson, grand all ladies of St. James parishon 1 bM F to 10 p.m.; Ascension parish Garden Center, Jacksonville

knight; V. Roger DuPont, deputy St. PetersburgST. September 24. The event church hall E a u Gallie; Auxiliary to AH Saints Home

grand knight; Peter Con- PAUL will be held in the school caf- ,)i: jf y. ; Women's Guild, sponsor. for the .Aged sponsor.
(: :
lin, chancellor; Ernest S. Smith, eteria. "t.:,: ;,\,.' Orlando, classes to train Card party Bishop Kenny
Sister Mary Joel S.B.S., whose Officers of the guild, who : "'': ': teach High School, Jacksonville,
warden; Nell A. Porter, treasurer r..,. ,; :::. i" ; men and women to
Joseph Marksteiner, financial parents are members of the will serve the coming year, are 1 Sy. !zya" '/; :'\'" catechism, Good Shepherd October 16, 8 p.m.; Blessed
secretary. Transfiguration parish in St. Mrs. Gene McNulty, president; ::1r. parish, August 1731; Instruc. Trinity parish benefit.
Petersburg, made her first profession Mrs. Guy Downs, vicepresident : of December 6,
Alfred J. Martin Jr., record- tion by Mission Helpers Card party,
ing secretary; Dr. Frank of religious __a' ,i __ ; Mrs. Howard D. Jones, ; the Sacred Heart from Balti. St. Teresa parish Titusville;

Broome, advocate; Earl Atkins, vows 0 n, ;." t' II/ corresponding secretary;; Mrs. more. Woman's Club sponsor.

inside guard; Douglas E. Thursday as a, 'i c"\ H. H. Harrel, recording'secre- Boat ride, August 24, 7 to
member of the i tary Mrs. Frank A. DeLuca,
Picard Jr., outside guard, and .. { 10 p.m., Vinoy Basin St.
Sisters of the r- ST. AUGUSTINEFor
Frank J. Tassone, James Mid- ,... I treasurer; Mrs. Katherine Gil- Petersburg; Court St. Ann,
Blessed Sacra son, deanery representativeand .
dleton, and Fred Wiechman, Catholic Daughters of
+ trustees. ment. Her par.r Mrs. Virginia Thurman, sponsor.
ents are Colonel t social 'chalrman.IOORE .
Father \V. Thomas Larkin Catholic schools open, Sep-
S.T.D., pastor of Christ the J. Smith. She Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dollingerof -. -.-.-- ---<- ,- --... ., .... ...'....- .._ i''.... ..r_ U ';-;::' ::::Vji; ; ...: tember 3.
King parish, is the organization's -
entered the novitiate Orlando attended the early OFFICERS, JACKSONVILLE'S CATHOLIC PROFESSIONAL WOMAN'S CLUB "PlusValue"InsuranceAsk

CPWC chaplain. at Corn."r.. M Joel July profession of vows of their Father :Michael J. Kelly, pastor of Immaculate Conception parish in Jacksonville J]Eau Gallic

New officers of the Catholic well Heights, Pennsylvania, daughter, the former Miss San- and moderator of the Catholic Professional Woman's Club, has installed the club's j ASCENSIONA

Professional Woman's Club, three years ago. Twelve other dra Dollinger, in religion, Sis. new officers, from the left, :Mrs. Jerry :Mulvihill, Mrs. Arlene Rock, president; Mrs. hat sale, featuring a show- FRANK HOWES

Jacksonville, were installed re- novices made vows with her ter Mary Margaretta O.S.F. Jerry Buchannan and Mrs. Tom Christian. 1 ng of fall and winter styles,
Father Michael J. there this week. Sister Mary The ceremony was held at the will be sponsored by members about
cently by
Kelly, moderator.The Joel is a graduate of St. Paul novitiate in the Buffalo area at The New Apostles C)f the Ascension Catholic Wom
High School where she was Williamsville, New York. The an's Guild. The event will beheld Gulf Life's
following will serve the president of her senior class in Sister with the
was a graduate in the church hall on Saturday -
1963-64 term: St. Petersburg, and Sodality class of 1960 in Orlando's Bis- African Boy becomes own Instructor August 17, from 10 till ADAPTAPLAN.-

Mrs. Arlene Rock, president; prefect. hop Moore High School. .
:Miss Magdalen Hamilton, vice- .0.Free
coffee will be served
By Glenn D. KittlerMORE
president; Mrs. Tom Christian, Three Bishops to SpeakAt and: there will be door prizes.
secretary; Mrs. Jerry Buchan- than anything, the boy wanted an education, and he was fortunate in that
Alice and Pat
nan, treasurer; and Mrs. Jerry parents approved of his desire. But he had a problem: there was no school Ryan Levy are Here's the man who can tel

:Mulvihill, sergeant-at-arms. Holy Name ConventionBUFFALO nearby. ?ere is a government school in Cotonou," young Salifou told his parents. o-chairmen_:: of the event. you Ask him about how Adapt, with-AdaptAPlan A-Plan.-

could go there, 1f you per-
catechist who could Interpret Father Gautier reached Tori an educational policycan
MaitlandST. (NCThre e Bishops will deliver major mit it.
their lessons for them as wellas for the Baptisms it was Sali also provide family at
addresses during the eighth quadrennial Holy Name So- The idea in itself was extra MCDONALD'SDRUG
retirement income. Set him
MARY MAGDALENPublic help them memorize the fou who said: "Let me be
ciety convention here from ordinary. Africans rarely
patronage is again marched in a IIXS convene questions and answers, as the first.
21 to 25. traveled far from their villages, VA 4-2385
invited to the annual crab fest August Salifou STORE
tion parade was in 1924 in was doing."I Taking the name of Henry
and for Salifou to be willingto St Augustine,
at St. Mary Magdalen parish, Auxiliary Bishop John J. Washington, D.C. have no one," said the Vignode, he remained first,
all the to Cotonou, O. Box 548
go way
:Maitland. The men will prepare Dougherty of Newark, presi- Another featured speakerwill Priest. "You will have to con- dedicating his whole life to 47 StreetST.
on the Dahomey coast, just to King
the benefit event at Camp San dent of Seton Hall University, be Father Pedro J. Mar- tinue with Salifou." catechetical work. Early this
learn to read and write
Pedro on August 24 from 1 to South Orange New Jersey, will tinez S.J., El Paso, a veteranof exceptional indeed.It was "But he does not believe," year, Pope John XXIII awarded AUGUSTINEVA
5 p.m. George McLaughlin will discuss the work of the Second work the him the Bene Merenti medal
among Spanish. was equally exceptionalthat said the Christians. "How can Advertisers appreciate it
take reservation at TE 8-3931 Vatican Council at an August his
speaking who will discuss "Per- his parents permitted it he teach us to understand?" for services to the missions. when you mention
and it was pointed out that one 22 session. sonal Sanctification at the Father took Salifou aside fora Thus did a love of knowledgelead 4-1687
other parents, placing no valueon TIlE FLORIDA CATHOLIC
saves a quarter a person by The following day Bishop Border and Beyond." education, felt that a boy's long talk, with the result that to the truth, not only for
purchasing reserved tickets. Thomas J. McCarthy of St. Henry Vignode but also for
the in his late
place was at home, helping his young man, now .
The dinner will be $3.25 per Catherine, Ontario, will speakon teens to the the hundreds who learned the
father in the fields. agreed study
plate, with advance reservation; "The Role of the Laymanin Pittsburgh When Salifou left for schoolin Christian books the Priest truth from him.Catholic. SCHOOLSACADEMY

the Church Today"Bishop 1919, there were no Chris- would leave with him and thus

CLEARWATER Walter J. Curtis of Exarchate tians in his village of Tori- try to give the catechumens a Press

Bridgeport, Connecticut, will the boy himself was Moslem; proper understanding of their
1(HlRD'nmnmllllm!1 detail Training for lay but when he returned in 1924 Faith as they prepared for Circulation Hits OF THE HOLY NAMESResident

| Betty K. O'Brien Leadership" at an August 21 Separated there were five Christians. Baptism."In All-Time HighNEW and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully
& meeting. Their catechist an elderlyman the circumstances includes and
S Company accredited. Program : college preparatory general
1915 Drew St. Ph.446-1395 Bishop James A. McNulty of WASHINGTON (XC)-Pope had just died and they said Father, "it is not as important YORK (NC) Total courses music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy
fe MUTUAL FUNDS Is Buffalo is host to the convene Paul VI has divided the Ex- had no one to teach them that you believe as circulation of 610 Catholic Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa, Florida.

s2 STOCKS ft. BONDS tion.Bert a-chate of Pittsburgh into two their religion.Salifou it is that you are accurate. periodicals listed in the 1963- .

f'r U.HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'JIM'S E. Espersen, convention jurisdictions which will have found the Christiansof ])0 you think you can do it?" 64 Catholic Press Directory, official

general chairman said already the status of eparchies imme- interest for one reason: their Salifou offered to try. reference volume on the SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN

there is a larger delegate registration diately subject to the Holy See. catechism booklets-the only He began. Six months later, Catholic press in Englishspeaking BEACH
AUTO BODY than for any previous- One eparchy is located in printed matter in the--village. when Father returned for an- North America, reachedan Resident and day school for glrlt-trade* one through .tx.gronndt Extealln

HNS convention. He said Pittsburgh, while the other is Having learned to read and other visit, he found that Sali- all-time high of 28,847,343 at Tennis court In a. Other hilly sport and picturesque facll'tle!' Music r'clon.art.Large dancing trimming and dramatic pool.
& PAINT SHOP more than 8000 delegates from in Passaic, New Jersey. write-which the Christians fou was being accurate-and the beginning of 1963. Conducted by the &l.ter> of Paint "Joirph. For farther toformatloa
the United States, Canada, Bishop Nicholas :Elko is could not do-Salifou was both more. His classes were rapidly Figures in the new directory apply tot Sister Dlrertreci, Saint Joseph Academy Jensen Beach.

lilt Court Bt.-Cl'ftrwater. Fla. Mexico and Puerto Rico have elevated to the status of proud and pleased to be ableto increasing in size and under show a circulation increase

registered.The Eparch of Pittsburgh. Bishop help them with their studies standing. among newspapers of 241,091,
Aat. Palatlnr convention plannershave Stephen Kocisko becomes by teaching them to memorize Regulations required a three- the largest part of this increase
set a target of 100,000 men Eparch of ra saic. their catechism. In gratitude, year catechumenate; throughout ((215,920)) being reflected in AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
Appllanrei RefinishedPhone Resident and Day School for Girls Grades 7-12
to march in the traditional To form the Eparch of Passaic they gave him a medal to wear them, the future Christians U.S. papers Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited
446-6304 parade which will climax the the following territoriesare around his neck. grew in faith under the guide The 1963-64 edition of the an- Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor

TREK: ESTIMATES convention.The detached from the present His parents were furious. His ance of a man who himself did nual directory, published here further particulars address: Sister Directress
last time that 100,000 Exarchate of Pittsburgh: father said: "I did not make a not believe.At by the Catholic Press Association

Maine, New Hampshire, Ver- great sacrifice to send you to least, he thought he did is highlighted by three
mont, Massachusetts, Rhode school so that :you could join not believe. However, over the new features: a 12-page map ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident

O'NEAL'S RESTAURANTTRY Island, Connecticut, New York, the Christians." months he taught others his section with 10 geographicalmaps and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful
New Jersey, Delaware, Districtof "I have not joined them" own convictions began to a 10-page section listing Lake Worth. Grades one to tuelve. Fully acci'edited. New
OUR FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN $1.25 Columbia, Maryland, Virginia Salifou insisted. "I am only change; what had been merelya 62 directories, and three na- buildings. All sports, music, art, dramatics. Directed by
ALSO WIDE VARIETY OF SEA FOOD SERVED North Carolina, South helping them." job for him became a mis tional supplements availablefor Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar,
1778 GULF-TO-BAY PHONE 444-7381 Carolina, Georgia and Florida.In "It is a waste of your talent," sion.At diocesan newspapers, listed
addition there is assignedto said the man. Christmas, 1927, when under a separate heading.
this new jurisdiction that "Xot helping them would I II

part of the State of Pennsylvania be a greater waste," said the MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS
which is east of a line boy.With I Try This Kitchen Treat I

e GULF SERVICEHERCULES e drawn from north to south that, the man orderedthe SCHOOLResident
& DREW along the western boundariesof boy out of his house. There
the Counties of Tioga, Ly- being nowhere else to turn,
PHONE 446-3710 ., school for boys grades 5 through 9. Located on
coming, Union, Mifflin, Juniata Salifou moved in with the .I J beautiful East Late, Tampa. Ample facilities. Enriched academic

and Franklin.The Christians and continued tutor curriculum. Extensive music and sports programs.
Cathedral Church of ing them. Write for descriptive catalog.

LET'S ALL OBSERVE St. Michael in Passaic can Months later, Father Henri
accommodate 3358 persons Gautier, a Holy Ghost missionary -

SAFETY RULES and is a spacious edifice suitable came to Tori to visit the Box H, Tampa 5, Florida
for episcopal functions. Christians. They begged him

Bishop Kocisko has been to send them a Christian

For Back To School Time Auxiliary Bishop of the Byzantine -

Rite Exarchate of Pitts- Raised to University HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN

burg since 1956. BAGUIO CITY, Philippine
SEALTEST DAIRYPhone Bishop Elko, who has been Inlands (XC) -St. Louis Col- ANTONIO

Apostolic Exarch of the Byzantine lege here has been raised to Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters

862-8151 Rite Exarchate of Pitts- university status by Philippine Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through

burg, was named Apostolic Secretary of Education Alejandro twelve Academic and commercial courses and private

FOR HOME DELIVERYSt. Administrator in December, R. Roces. Now known as classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive campus with
1954, and was consecrated St. Louis University, it is the private lake in a healthful location provides opportunity

Petersburg, Florida Titular Bishop of Apollonias in country's seventh Catholic uni MONEY-SAVING MAIN DISH for all sports.
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Frank J. SheedPrincipal- -' Temperance Governs Two Extremes

Catholic Comment the minds of many peoplethe alcohoL However a person I like the function of a governoron

Truths Taught ,IN I word "temperance" is free from this allergy could I a piece of machinery. The

linked with the use of alcoholic take one or two drinks for purpose of the governor Is to

I About Prayer Help Doubter beverages. Perhaps because of sociallbllity'i sake and still bea keep the machine running at

What Happens to Our Graduates? the activitiesof temperate person. .its most efficient speed, neithertoo

the Wom Similarly, for an unmarried fast nor too slow.
looks down his knees
grown man silly on praying
"A en's Christian person or for a person with Usually we think of Intern
to somebody who already knows what he wants
THE Catholic school system I nth e teach 1 Is incumbent upon the laity as well T e m p e ranee the vow of chastity, any indulgence penance In connection with
1 without being told. Union the virtue the sexual things physical but temperance .
United States the as the religious.The of urge :
probably represents ':
What do think is the error in thatknotted cluster t---
also H essential to
you of temper would be intemperance.For our
of this inexhaustible :
greatest investment of funds and man- one big hope tapping -
of errors about prayer? What element in ance is thoughtto married on the spiritual practices.A .
a ,
power in the history of the Catholic source of teaching power
it is the one about which you must at all be synonymous other hand, intemperance in person who hardly ever
Church.It which lies in Catholic school graduatesis
our costs help the objector to see straight? Wlth1 sex would occur only If one prays certainly is being Intemperate \

has produced legions of educatedmen the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine. V ((1 am assuming that he is one of that great complete or the other spouse were either by defect, in his piety.

and women. This organization, which is a part of every multitude who accept God's existence but stention from unreasonably demanding (excess -On the other hand, a parent

Yet, one asks, what has the productof parish, offers to the laymen an oppor- J don't do much about it). You start with intoxicatingdrink. a ) or were to refuse the who would spend all his spare

this labor tunity to share with others his Faith; to This f the time In church, to the neglectof
of love done for the further- the word "knees" perhaps. You explain reasonable request 0

ing of Catholic education. How many men fulfill the purpose of Catholic education that there is no need to kneel down to Father Leo J. Trese other spouse (defect). his family, would be intemperate
which is to spread the Faith. in piety by excess. Aparent'
and As we look around us-or
women who have graduated from in sit-
pray; a man can pray any posture,
1 il
vocation not
The $
of Christian
Catholic schools and who are so well pre- Confraternity ting, standing, lying, hanging by one foot concept of temperance is, mistaken perhaps in the mlrror-and see monk
offers of a cloistered or
pared to teach the Faith embark upon this program a challenge to every from a trapeze, turning over and over in on two counts. the high percentage of over. Similarly, one person might
Catholic school graduate. It offers a weight people, we might well
In the first place, temper
apostolate. There are comparatively few the air as he falls to his death. People who take praying that in refuse to participate In any
chance to teach in the school of religion is the moral virtue which conclude Intemperance
who use their knowledge of the Faith to seriously find that prayer tends to bring them to their ance civic or pariah activity even
is far more prevalentthan
for the students attending pub. guides us in the use JpT. any
teach others.It suits he has the time for it.
knees, kneeling somehow suits praying as smiling In drinking. though
lic schools. It offers the opportunity for of God's creatures. The lipplUja.
i la unfortunate that Catholics haveto adult discussion which pleasure or tears suit pain. <' tion of temperance is by' no Medical science assarts W, Another person might be o

a great extent turned the formal religious groups engendera They may not be able-to ex- money), it would not be prayerat means limited to the use of that obsesltjr la a killer, yet busy with outside Interests as
love for God
deeper through knowledge.It .
education over completely to Priests plain it, they simply find that all. alcohol. we continue to load ourselveswith to alight his or her duties at

offers the opportunity to be a fisherof that's the it is with them In making this clear, you calories.A home.
and Sisters. For a long time it seemed way In the second place, temper
men through the Fisher program, the have taught him the principal Each would be IntemperateIn
selves. If doesn't feel
that Catholics tolerated laymen in the your man ance does not necessarily mean person of normal weight,
Catholic schools. It seems purpose of which is to bring back those that kneeling would be for him, truths about prayer. Yet you abstinence. A temperate person on a maintenance diet, offersa the practice of fraternal

now we are who have strayed from the fold and to tell him he needn't bother have not touched what I have is who uses God's gifts good example of temperancein charity-one by defect and the
coming to the where one
age we are fully bring others the good news of the Gospelsand about it. So the knees are disposed called the error the real road- moderation. action. other by excess.
aware that the lay teacher is going to bea block. That lies in the word with Probably most of us will
the good news of redemption. of. But they were not you lie avoids both the extremeof There is hardly any phase of

permanent part of the Catholic educa- There is no talent which cannot be the key error. hardly noticed, perhaps the excess and the extreme of life to which the virtue of tem find, with a little self-examlna-

tional scene. used in the Confraternity of Christian Far more serious is his Idea word "silly." defect. In other words, temperance perance is not applicable. For don, some evidence of intemperance

The Catholic school graduate owes a Doctrine program. This program offers a that prayer means nothingbut It's not that he doesn't be- is the virtue of the example, a housewife who by in our llvae, This will

great debt to his Church. He represents challenge to adult Catholics to win the asking for what we want.Prayer lieve in God, only that he has golden mean: not too flinch, slovenliness would let her not be surprising.It .

a huge investment of love. It would lost contact. He just cannot home become dirty and unattractive Is not easy to maintaina
seem too little.
world for Christ. It offers our Catholic you tell him means himself not
starting to
imagine all tJmuand
almost a crime to leave this store of Faithto school graduates an opportunity to talking] to God, and it wouldbe say There are times, of course, would be intemperatein perfect balancc at
repay prayers. He would feel a fool. in all matters.
gather moss in the minds of the grad the strange if we talked to when "not too much" does cleanliness by defect.A .
great they to the Catholic
owe Unless you can help him about housewife who would have However, temperance Is the
"not at all. For a
Cod whene wanted mean per-
uates.We school system in America.As only that, you have failed him. cleanlinessas ideal at which we must aim
alcoholism such a passion for
has the disease of
If who
something, strange we son
are taught our Faith in order that they have received much much Prayer is the life-breath of to neatness ahead of and God be thanked, we do
found the virtue of temperance
we might teach others and this duty toan will be expected of them. to never Him but "Gimme.anything" to say religion, praying is breathing, must mean total abstention family comfort, would be Intemperate have the basic skill for the

never to is to live one'swhole the cardinal
pray task. We have
by excess.
intoxicants.An .
I don't advise you to use the life in a vacuum.So Infused
Father John J. Castelot alcoholic cannot take Temperance is one of the virtue of temperance,
words "lifting of the heart and
having done your best to soul with the
four cardinal virtues. Its role into our graceof
even one drink without losing
I mind to God, splendid as they correct his errors about prayer,
all control over his appetite for in our spiritual life Is much baptism.
Divine Favor Acknowledged in PsalmTHE are, because they may not concentrate on his key error

mean very much to someone about himself.If .

-- hearing them for the first you can get him to see Father Patrick O'ConnorPersecution

editors of the Book of so signal is the boon bestowedon Here, too, in verses 7-11 of time. The "mind" means whatwe even a distant possibility that I

sometimes did some the author: psalm 39, we meet what seems think with, the "heart"
he might one day pray, you
I rather strange editing. Take And he put a new song in like an outright rejection of means what we love with. have accomplished some. in Vietnam i DisputedBUDDHISTS

psalm 39. for example. The first my mouth, a hymn to our them: Prayer then means thinking thing.

part ((1.12)) is ____ God ((4)). Sacrifice or oblation you about God, about ourselves, "Silly" Is the road-block. in south Viet. does not make it a Catholic accustomed to fly the papal

exultant In the second stanza ((5-6)) wished not, but ears open to about anything else that comesto Dynamite that. He would feel been selling the government. flag much more than Buddhists

hymn of the author reflects on the hap. obedience you gave me. Holocausts mind-and telling God our silly talking to God. O.K. But American public a bill of goods. Obviously nobody Is sure of flew theirs. Catholics

than piness of the person who trustsin or sin-offerings you first of the Buddhist percentage in the just obeyed the law without
ksgivingfor thoughts; it means loving, in not talking to God, he is They sold it to some
God and does not succumbto here. Shrewd Vietnamese raising any ructions.
sought not ((7)) the foreign correspondents in population
recent rescue being glad, being sorrowful, being silly.
the temptation to seek reliefor And the psalmist goes on estimate the practising The Buddhist flag is not part
from an and telling God about it. But there Is no one in whose Saigon.
escape in directions which to say that God asked of hima They hare rt'rret'ltntrdtbemseh"es Buddhists at anything from 20 of the BuddhUt religion. Gau
unspecified ca We think of God's majestyand company we so continuouslyand
will lead him away from the perfect observance of thedivine percent to 28 percent.All tama Budda never laid eyes on
undergoing religious -
The we adore Him for itnotall totally are as God. To accept as
lamity. '"-V only One who can really help. commands, a wholehearted persecution.By Buddhists in south Viet it. It is a modern organization
the time, but not never God as a fact, yet studiously
second; ((1418)Is ) For in truth God has given compliance with the have been de- nam are not unanimous in the emblem, dating from the first;
either. ignore Him, act as if hewasn't now they
a frantic Incontrovertible proof, over will of God. the present quarrel with the gov world congress of Buddhistsheld
We think of His gifts and there, look throughHim picted press
n1. f r ,, and again, of Ills ernment. For instance, the 13 year ago.
j" "'" 6"6 UiILO over powerand Indeed, in Hebrew 10, 5-7, thank Him. so to speak-that reallyis world as suffering from "a host
ance. The editor has used of His loving "traditional" Buddhists, of On June 16 government and
verse eagernessto their religious -
verses ((7-9)) are used to We think of the evil in our to use your man's own of restrictions on
13, rather unsuccessfully, as a those who turn to Him Christ's attitude to freedom," "refusal to whom there are at least 800,000, Buddhist representatives
express selves and the evil we do, and word, silly.
transition between these two with confidence and a bit of His Father at the moment of we express our sorrow, and He might still feel tongue- grant them freedom of worship will have nothing to do with signed an agreement covering

completely different 0 e m s. patience. the general Buddhist association these five points of grievances.
our hope that with His aid we tied, 'wondering what to say, "discriminatory practices -.
And what Is more, the second The psalmist, looking back 'The' ," and so on. They are described ;, the chief protesting body. Since then the Buddhists have
answer to the problemlies may do better and be better held in a sort of shyness. Adoration
part turns later in the bookas over the divinely guided his. accused the government cf In.
up The militant "inter-sect committee
as comprising
in the Hebrews' manner of We think of our needs and may not come easily. But
an independent ((69.) of his people, has to con Bud sincerity
psalm tory for the defense of
70 cent sometimes
expression. They stated ideas other people's, and we ask Him he can'begin with "thank you"and per
All by itself it makes fess that if he ever tried to The'r' spokesmen have paid
sense five demands.For
; absolutely where we would express to supply them. "please," might progress to 80 per cent, of the population, dhism" has listed
tacked on to the first of itemize all the instances of repeatedly that they do not
part "Catholic minority these it is prepared
them comparatively. This asking is rightly there, "I'm sorry, and so be on the persecuted by a
psalm 39, it Is bewildering, to divine intervention in favor of government In Saigon." throw the country into disorder accuse the Catholic Church.
When the prophets for God has told us to ask for way to full utterance of whatIs
say the least. the nation and of its individual that God wanted obe.proclaimed what we want. But it is not in his mind and heart. On the other hand, "Vietnamhas and defy the government, in The dispute between the

Since we shall have occasion members, he would fail. Theyare the middle of a llfe-nnd-death government and the Buddhistshas
dience and pot sacrifice they there all by itself; it is the God The best aid to that is Impressed me as a countryof
to see it as psalm 69 we can just too numerous ever to communism.The .
religious tolerance, United struggle with had no perceptible effecton
meant that sacrifice without whom we adore and thank, the Christ our Lord Get him tomf'f't
confine our present remarksto be recorded.The States ambassador FrederickE. five demands are for military operations or military .
obedience to God's moral commandments God we confess we have sinned Christ in the Gospels.
the first part of our psalm third stanza raises a was a worthless against-this is the God we ask There is still one piece of his Nolting has told the NCWC redress of alleged grievances, morale up to this point,"

39. problem which has often per. sham. to give us things. If we bypassed objection that we haven'ttouchedwhy News Service."In which apparently sum up the Brigadier General Richard Stil-

In the first stanza the plexed casual, and even experienced all the rest and went tell God what the time I have been "persecution." Two of the well of the U.S. military assist

author tells of how he pa readers of the Old Our Lord used the same man straight to what we want (like He knows already? here-in visits to all parts of grievances date only from Mayof ance command told the press

ticntly waited for the Lordto Testament. ner of expression when He the boy at school who writes We shall touch it. But we the country during nearly two this year. Therefore they recently.The .

rescue him from his distress All are familiar with the said that one must hate his home only when he is short of shall meet an unbeliever first. and a half years-I have never hardly constitute a pattern or five demands definitely]
and was rewarded for fact that an elaborate systemof mother and tather in order to
seen any evidence of religious prove a policy. no longer represent the Bud-

his patient confidence: sacrifices formed an impor., be a disciple of His. persecution 0 r 0 f bigotry on The first arose from a government dhists' aim. No matter what

I have waited, waited for the tant part of the Mosaic Law,, What He meant, in our more Washington Letter the part of any religious order-certainly an the government may do the

LORD, and he stooped towardme And yet, in the writings of flexible idiom, was that anyone group." Inconsiderate, ill-timed order- leaders of the inter-sect committee

and heard my cry ((2)), the prophets, inspired inter. who wanted to be a true fol. The government of the restricting the flying of the will find
new matter
This divine favor has called preters of that Law, one finds: lower of His must value His Test Ban Treaty Recalls Republic of Vietnam in headed Buddhist flag. for complaint. Only the fall of

for a new song of thanksgiving.None ., some rather harsh condemnations -I friendship above even the most by a srongwilled.oniewould The same order affected
the government will satisfy
of the old ones will do, of ritual sacrifices. sacred human loves. Aims of 'Pacem In Terris' !say "ob"tJnatr"-11rr Catholics, too, and probably them.

!dent who i is a Catholic. That more keenly, since they were

here are getting a lot of mail from all parts
Father Michael V. Gannon OFFICIALS
on the treaty for a limited nuclear Question BoxBeads

Mission of Nombre De Dios test ban. will for debate ratificaly
,.They get more as time on I

tion or the treaty opens in

the United States senate.So and simultaneously by the Needed for IndulgenceA.
ciapteRs In
qneat far, the letters and telegrams -parties concerned; that nuclear

particularly those received -weapons should be banned; and Q. Is it absolutely necessary .translation approved by the No! First of all, It Is an

catholic at the White House, are finally that all come to an to have the beads in Bishop of the Diocese. occasion of sin.

floRl a histoRy of the spontaneous type from agreement on a fitting pro order to gain an indulgencefor Q. May a Catholic who is Secondly, it is a serious viola

individuals, not the stereotyped gram of disarmament, employ saying the rosary? single go out on dates witha tion of the marriage contractof

Chapter 14 ther Diego de Beteta, to the orders and had struck out im, postcards, which public servants ing mutual" and effective con A. To; gain the indulgence of divorced person? the divorced person.

their here have come to view trols. have the - - -
Cancer returned to Spanish oblate Fuentes, and mediately on attempt to the rosary, you must
FATHER with This goal has not been TRANGE BUT TRULittleKnown
to obtain more to the Indian interpreter Magdalena reach a port overland, orandthe suspicion. beads in your hand. However, s
achieved, of course, but in
presents for the friendly In. to endeavor, after his thought caused a chill in[ Interest in the treaty Is in a group, it suffices that one Facts for Catholics
June when he announced that
world-wide. L'0 ervatore Romano ,
dians he discovered at his return to shore. to reach a portto the Priest's heart his companions out of the group have a rosary
the Vatican the Moscow meeting on a test By M. |I. MURRAY Cof7I1pf ua.JC.c.w.c.KOT*brrtwJn.
City news
landing site on Florida's West the north by marching over were being held by the, i.e. while saying the family

Coast. So friendly did the In. land. Indians as hostages. paper, has commented on it re- ban treaty John would F. Kennedy be held, President said- rosary or saying the rosary ina tte $AIUCA oFOUR. '

dians appear In fact Father On his return from the ship, Once again despairing of any', cently. funeral parlor.Q. i LADY m ALGIERS nweRt
"the primary long-range ,
"The Moscow accord Is
Cancer gave permission to Fa- however, Father Cancer could word from his friends, Father. a I" .;>. #*r SlO EAC* DAY AT HAST
first the (to of the U.S. is "generaland Ife are judged at :
on .
step way !
not find any of his three com Cancer returned with Father I .'\ rs most v a4MJR A44.

panlons. They had disappeared! Garcia to the ship. The sailors. peace), neither easy nor short complete disarmament"Debate death why should there bea 41 -friS CUSTOM Hit awl

which is opened for the re- on ratification of the general judgment? ';; .1 cBvRtb P0.5 ARJ.9JQOAj
And a sailor who had helped weighed anchor, and set a I :
sponsible leaders of nations. in treaty could be lively. Lettets : '
The of e
row the Priest ashore was afterwards northerly course for the harbor A. principal purpose '
harmony with the profoundand received here so far indicate : ?44Dt11A3w0P0F4flL'
lured into the bush of which the natives had I the general judgment is the
universal aim of mankind," Americans distrust communist
by Indians and was spirited spoken. n.any glory of God. All mankind will ,
said J/O>j.eratore. "This (the Russia; that others feela
What was going on? see in the final judgment that
away. After eight days of sailing
ban without
accord), therefore, welcomed test God is just God who rewards
Father Cancer spent the remainder along the coast and severe!I it doesn't haveit a
with the ardent wish that ( this treaty eviLIt
Published eTtry FridayFLOIUDA of the day on shore more days of negotiating th 5 be the beginning of wider ) would be dangerous. good and punishes
CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc. will also be a time of triumph
P.O. "O* 3531 J.rdn -54S8Ut trying to unravel the mystery entrance, Father Cancer's :shiI>'> franker and more loyal agreements Houetcr difficult it I", it

K..t CIUI HrlOrUniU. of the sudden disappearance of sailed into Tampa Bay and th f based on justice and morality and renMin dictate for Christ for was
tlvrid' StMt through Him that mankind was
his friends. port at which the Priests hopecto freedom of and pursuit of the path of peace.
Subscription In t.S.and Canada persons; peo- redeemed. He shall sit in
'4"tIO per year; other countries Finally. at sunset, with no establish a permanent settle. pies." Pope John XXIII said inPacem
$.,00. further word of their whereabouts ment and mission.On "all judgment over His enemies.
It is also that in Terris that must
The Florida Catholic Is a tnmbrof The final judgment will proclaim
the Catholic Press Association the Priest sadly returned Corpus Christi! Father:5 it was only last April that realize that there is no hopeof the second coming of

and the National News Catholic Serxic Welfare Boner to his ship. Cancer and Garcia offered Mask!; Pope John XXIII Usued" his putting an end to the build- '
Confrnc which time men's
Christ at UHf kUt fJUTHUt A BitHC*
and ilartln. publishers' reprsnta.ti The next (lay Father Cancer on shore. The next day the r now historic I encyclicalt ing up of armaments, nor of bodies will be re- I xur A nttirr ir mt 4 .
souls and
I-ntf'red a. second" cla* mall and Father Juan Garcia: went cmmi ScLA5 ISTfl404I -..
Florida searched diligently throughou Pacem In TerrKr reducing the present stocks, i1Q0N ?EWtQS Is
.13) 1. 1959.! at Orlando. united. As the body participated '" '
'UIItt tl. Act of March S, 1879. ashore again, only to find that the surrounding area for theii At that time little hope was: nor, still less-and this Is the and evil oCint '
In our good (i 1181170)VMSArf G ? t .
not only were their friends: still lost companions, but with n<) held for an agreement such as main point-of abolishing them works so it shall share in our IMPORTANT

missing, but the Indians of the success. now has been arrived at. altogether, unless the processIs Mtwrnry irf-mc ARM ii7
glory or punishment.Q. f f
Father Violent E. Smith area had disappeared as well. Then, Just as they wer,? Pope John said Justice, right complete ana thorough and KCRUUDASARCHBISHOP. tfek

Executive Editor Three possibilities occurredto about to leave, they spotted ai i reason and consideration for: unless it proceeds from inner From what translationof 1 -C
MUi Jane qulnu
Mark: A. llrllwlrJ Father Cancer: either his Indian approaching, and hear 1 human dignity and life "de- conviction unless] that Is, everyone the new Testament are ra/3&fw' iB.a$ REMCW flEiJASt

.**ph A. KoilrrAdxertUinc friends were being treated to him shout in broken Spanish: mand that the arms race should sincerely cooperates to the Sunday Gospels taken? 'fejCf mt -WAlK FROM PARIS.ro flit GeIAT

Manager some extraordinary and irresis. "Friends, friends! Good, good!'"* cease; that the stockpiles banish the fear and anxious A. In reading the Sunday _ffifrSfr* CATHCDRA.OF CHA TRtC M MtMOft/OTCATMOtt

9 1963 tible hospitality, or his companions (Xe\t week: which exist in various countries expectation of war with which Gospel in English from the 541: PDCT CHORUS Pccur, wwo nto WCMLO WAR t
Friday August ,
had misunderstood his Dealing with the Indians should be reduced equal- men are oppressed." pulpit, the Priest may use any


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Movie Guide For The Florida Catholic, Friday, Aug. 9,1963 Page Flvo
I Daytona Beach I

t Youths Suggested ?4 ';. : Suffocation of Religion by Reds

Furniture Boob r -111r *
ALBANY NC) The rating r :

LLOYD Greeting Cards COX of motion pIcture on their ; I 4 ; tf \Borders Freedom in Divided Korea

suitability for youngsters of 1r1 : j ; 1 ?*?

Office SuppliesCL school age has been recommended vt A bleak tract lln. that snakes across the waist of the Korean peninsula divides an open from a cloud
2-3473 by the New York state r society, one where religion Is flourishing from one where It has been suffocated. On the Hlth anniversary of
I 118 North Beach Street board of regents. I the uneasy armistice. the veteran correspondent of the NCWC New. Service in S.oul details the grim pa
; tience-taxing work that has kept the truce from flaring again into open conflict.
The board's proposal were -i: M! PANMUNJOM (NC-For 10 years now an uneasy peace has lain over the Korean

forwarded to assemblyman 3:___ !peninsula. On July 27 the armistice that ended the Korean war was 10 years old, one

Italian and American Food Luigi R. Marano of Brooklyn. 4 '. 1 ,____________| of the longest armistices in history. During that time, while the practice of religion has

lie Is chairman of the joint been free in independent South Korea, it has been crushed in the communistruledNorth.

Open 5 P.M. 'til legislative committee for the .
I II I PM. study of the dissemination of I ng the end of World War II, Visitors are allowed at Pan
Interviews with
S Banquet Facilities offensive and obscene ma. refugees (livlded into two political en- munjom. The correct term for

Serial which is considering from North Korea in the past j t ities, one free and one slave. the conference site is the Joint
S Closed six indicate the total lack
Mondays the proposals. years Today, 10 years after the Security Area. It lies a few

SAN of religious freedom there. All t!vent, Panmunjom has faded hundred yards south of the
REMO The regents urged that film those questioned said
J JiHi I they never 1:rom the headlines of the world place where the armistice was
censorship be retained but contended saw signs of religion in
RESTAURANT I jress. It had its hour of glory signed. It is generally called
present regulations are ____ the People's Republic of North \
4 1290 SO. RIDGEWOOD inadequate for the protection \ Korea. ;vhen the armistice was signed Panmunjom.The

; ._ I n the hastily erected "peace conference building Is so
CL 2-1357 of children and young people On the contrary a recent
: ]pagoda. It took two years and situated that the Military -
who are "being Increasingly escapee told of Christians beIng *
17 days with 255 meetings to Line, which bisects
exposed In motion picture -i: &, 4 arrested for singing "
N g,4/ : I each agreement on ending the the Demilitarized Zone, passes
theaters to films unsuitable for hymns on the streets of Pyongyang .
down the center of the confer-
CARPETS liNOLEUM ]Korean 'Var.PanmunJom.
their level of social and emo- its capital, on
1 "{ 11" is now only a ence table. The communists sit
tional "
IMt41II maturity. PLANNING STATE CDA CONVENTION Christmas. place name on a map to most on the northern, and the Unit
They urged a new comprehensive Those who escaped, and lived
Committee members discussing people. Rut it stirs the mem. ed Nations on the southern side
rating system for to tell about it, draw a sharp
of the soldiers of the free of the table.
State of plans for the forth- ory
people be Convention CDA between the conditionsin
Wall To Wall C rpetAI's young coming all-Florida CDA convention contrast world who fought in Koreato The United Nations) and the
adopted. the North and South. South
; To Take Place which will be held Korea with U. S. is halt communist aggressionin North Korean flags stand at
in 1964 help, rebuilding Both
New Mother General In Jacksonville, are, from the its economy, Is an east Asia either end of the table.
left Mrs. Frank Strickland, It is more than a memoryand flag staffs are of equal heightby
Floor GREENSBURG, Pennsylvan. with freedom of
Covering JACKSONVILLE Catholic of America in open the mutual agreement.The .
Daughters of Jacksonville, Treasurer, name to people entrusted -
la (NO)-Sister M. Victoria was religion and I is accepted in the
Florida will meet in state convention at Jacksonville, April Florida State Court Mrs. ( with enforcing the armistice Korean peninsula, united -
here ;
Telephone CL 2-984 elected to a six-year termas free world.
Mother General of the Sisters 10, 11 and 12, according to Mrs. Frank M. Scheidell of St. Frank M. Scheidell, of St.Petersburg agreement. It is the place for 1300 years as one political
While nothing is Known definitely
704 North -
Beach ,
.. of Charity of Mother Petersburg, state regent Jacksonville, Florida, will be State Regent about the fate of the where representatives of the entity, is divided in two.

) I Seton. A graduate of Bucknell the location of this 20th :Florida State Court; and 3Ir Korean Priests, Sisters and j Free world come into dally con Until a political settlement or
biennial event.Archbishop Droze, grand regent; Court St. Walter Droze, of Jackson. 1 tact with the forces of com solution is reached the United
University Lewisburg, Penn- Bishop Francis Hong of
Ann No. 1645, St. Petersburg, Tille, Grand Regent, Court munism. It is one of few meet- Nations Military Armistice
sylvania, she received a grad. Joseph P. Hurleyis it is certain that they are :
Mrs. Mary Kane, grand regent. Holy Rosary.Church's ]ing points between them. And Commission has a purpose to
uate degree in from
English state chaplain of the CDA. not allowed to exercise the the
It is to
'I often the communists try to serve. preserve
F o r d l ham University, New functions of their sacred of-
Mrs. Scheidell, who visted 'use Panmunjom for propaganda gains so dearly won Qn the
York, and served as teacher, Position in China fices.
Jacksonville to begin the initial I purposes. battlefields of the Korean war.
dean and treasurer at Seton North Korean Reds ha.edone
planning for this event, announces .
' Hill College here. a thorough job of elimi-
___ that the Hotel Roose. Declining Agency Reports
velt will be headquarters for nating religion from the lives

a a. D PRINTINGLeHer the convention. Members of ROME (NC) -The status of the Catholic Church in of the people.In .

Press & Offset Court Holy Rosary No. 1045 of Red China is getting worse, a mission news agency has South Korea the Church THE FINEST
has progressed! so much in the
Couchman Printing Co. Jacksonville will provide hospitality reported. Travelers coming from Red China speak of a 10 years since the armistice was

. FORIDA IS FULL1OJLDANDEE J. 1.Uor7, Owner and for visitors.the delegates, members general hardening of communist opposition, according to signed that the late Pope John AND LARGEST

MOMS CL 2-4284 138 MagnoliaKAY'S Fides, a news service issued here by the Sacred Congregation XXIII established the Hierarchy SEAFOOD MENU
During the planning meetIng for the Propagation of
The other Piiests are in of Korea in March, 19G2.
held In Jacksonville the the Faith. The contrast between the two TRY
prison or in "camps for refoim -
RESTAURANTNEWLY following committee was Fides speaks of a two-fold by labor" or just miss. opposing ways of life is clear THE SHRIMP HOUSEIN

ENLARGED & REDECORATED formed: )(M'. Walter Dioze, silence; Christians of the free ing. Priests held in work for all to see.
DAYTONA 2128 So. Atlantic CL 53341NORWOOD'S
ALA-CARTE and FULL COURSE DINNERS general chairman; Mrs. Tunis world know almost nothing a- camps are forced to peiformthe Although a truce was signed I

HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING Gundert, co-chairman; Miss bout the Church in China, and most menial tasks. a decade ago, technicallyKorea or

734 MAIN STREET 3 BLOCKS WEST OF PIER Gertrude Duffy, banquet Chinese Catholics are absolutely Newspapers constantly harpon is still at war. Just recently SEA FOODIN
ignorant of religious eventsin "class struggle" and the there has been armed NEW SMYRNA GA 8-4621 Open II A.M.-9 P.M.
Mrs. Hose D. )Miller i>ub.llcltjr. the .
world outside.As need to eliminate 'bad elements conflict along the border. A

RUMMAGE SALE far as is known, no news. ," the report said. peace treaty 'has never been

Florida has 10 courts com paper mentioned the ecumenical A movement known as "Tsi- concluded.
Wednesday-Thursday-Friday 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. prising over 1200 members. council or Pope John's en. fan" although not aimed directly Along the 151-mile demarca. CLUB 92 SKYLINE
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Floyd J. Tredway'a Maria No. 052, St. Petersburg, said. ,sand Sister Stanislaus Chow of vigilance is the watchword. ALL YOU CAN EAT $3.25
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Mrs. Charlene Cunningham,
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\' were mentioned in a few Laurence Tsao. military demarcation zone :ip
Agents ALLIED VAN LINES INC. No. 1015, Jacksonville, Mrs.
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: hops and Priests giving information 52, of the Shanghai diocese has violate the armistice agree
110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1G36 560 So. Blvd.-KE 4-5587 Opposite Speedway-CJj 3-9812 at IrportNew Smyrna
about the council died in prison, Fides said. The ment.

have brought no re,>-ponl r. Priest had been sentenced to Writing to General Mark W.
; Obituary
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} practice of religion for giving Information to the who signed the armistice BELLAIR LANES

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Registered Jewelers services were held In Cathedral In rural districts where Sister Marie of the Angels, was aggressor at bay and brought ';.

CL 2-2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St.AineRic&'s parish on the last Saturday in churches have been converted reported to have died of them to a truce. The armistice

July for Mrs. Clara Mier, 81, a to other uses, there is hardly exhaustion in the fields of a markes the first victory of collective S c: Fun and Health

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Church around the WorldBishop

\Mass Guide I

Moves Courses Set Up Prelate ConsecratedVATICAN
SUNDAY, August 11
Tenth Sunday after Pentecost BUDAPEST (NC) Bishop SANTO DOMINGO Domican CTXC( ) -

(Mass of Sunday, Gloria, Janos Bard, apostolic admin- Republic (XC)-The Cursillosde Archbishop Josef Slipyj, Uk

Creed, Preface of Trinity). istrator of the Kalocsa archdiocese I< Cristiandad movement has rainian Rite Metropolitan of

has moved to a parishin >organized 22 short courses on
Lviv, conferred episcopal con-
August 12 -
nearby Nagyboerzsoenywhere Christian teachings here for

St. Clare. (Mass of a Virginnot .F he will help in pastoral 700 men and women, accordingto secration on Bishop Joachim

a Martyr, Gloria, Com Y 1'4. duties. Santo Domingo's Catholic Segedi of Krizevci Yugoslavia,

mon Preface). Restrictions on Bishop Bard weekly Fides.Archbishop. in St. Peter's basilica.Coconsecrators .

TUESDAY, August 13 and four other Bishops were Octavio Beras

Sts. Hippolytus[ and Caspian. 'T.T: eased in May. of Santo Domingo and Arch were Arch

(Mass of preceding Sunday, ; The Bishop, who had been bishop Emanuele Clarizio, bishop Gabriel Bukatko, Coadjutor

2nd Prayer of Sts. Hippoly. living at a sanatorium near Apostolic Nuncio to the Dominican of Belgrade with rightof

tns and Cassian, Common Budapest, has not received per Republic, sponsored the succession, and Bishop Augustin -

Preface; or Mass of Several mission to return to his diocese. start of the movement in the Hornyak, auxiliary of

Martyrs, Gloria, Common s It > > Dominican Republic in 1962.A Westminster for the Ukrainian
> Asks for Schools
Preface). secretariat for the cursillos Catholics of the ByzantineRite

VIENNA (NC Church was set up last February. resident in England.

WEDNESDAY, August 14Vigil authorities In communist-ruled ,, ,. ,..-
of Assumption of
Hungary are negotiating with
the Blessed Virgin Mary. 4 q'rn,, d Wr,
qx. officials
government for per
Mass of feast, 2nd Prayer of
mission to Increase the number -
St. Eusebins, Common Pref t w Kr :
of Catholic high schools \ '
: :
br f qw there It has been reported
THURSDAY, August 15 < .4. I here. t

ASSUMPTION 0 P THE The negotiations follow a

BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. large increase in the number of

(Mass of feast, Gloria, Creed, applications for places in the

Preface of Blessed Virgin).
Construction of the Vatican Pavilion (above), to be accommodate 350 persons. In addition to Michael- operating country, re-
FRIDAY, August 16 said.Meanwhile.
erected at the New York 1963-64 World's Fair, has been angelo's famed "Pieta," the pavilion will feature a statueof ports
St. Joachim. (Mass of feast, for the first time eyb
Gloria, Common Preface). started on an oval-shaped plot of ground measuring the Good Shepherd, a "gallery of :Michaelangelo," an since the communist party

S.TURD.YugU:'t 17 50,000 square feet. Surmounted by a lantern and cross, early Christian sculpture found in the catacombs, an came to power in Hungary fol.

St. Hyacinth. (Mass of a the pavilion will contain a mezzanine chapel that willNew exhibition of Vatican art works, and a coin collection. lowing World War II, grad-

Confessor not a Bishop, uates of Catholic high schoolsare

Gloria, Common Preface). being permitted to enter
Great Events of John's
SUNDAY, August: 18 Films Pope Reign state universities following protests

Eleventh after Pen. by Catholic parents who

tecost. (Maof Sunday! Sunday, by Reviewed the Legion recently ef DereD and classified". Recorded in Sound by U. S. CrewBy charged their children were P

Gloria, Creed, Preface of Morally Unobjectionable For being discriminated against, '
the reports stated.Information.
Adult and Adolescents! Monsignor James I. Tucek

SQUARE OF VIOLENCEMGM VATICAN CITY (NC)-A new kind of portrait of Vatican City has been created, a Center

Named Protector ( ) portrait of sound. A small crew of American technicians and over 2000 pounds of SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican -
TERROR, THE (Amer-Intl.)
VATICAN CITY (NO)-Pope equipment have succeeded in bringing the Vatican to life on records, entitled "The i Republic (NCArchbishop -
Paul VI has named Michael Sounds of the Vatican." What began as a private venture of Martin Haley, a public relations Octavio Beras of Santo Domingo
KVES (Amer-Intl.) and
Cardinal Browne O.P., of the TII V.I.P.'S man from St. Paul, Minnesota, became a history in sound of some of the great has set up a Catholic Pope Paul VI recently appointed new coadjutor
Vatican administrative staff events in the reign of Pope Information Center here to auxiliary Bishops for sees in the United States. Auxiliary

protector of the Xaverian Morally UnobjectionableFor John XXIII. Rome to attempt this challenging fants at a Sunday morning Bap- take over publication of the Bishop Francis J. Furey, (left) of Philadelphia has been

Brothers. The Xaverians run Adults assignment. tism in St. Peter's basilica are achdiocesan weekly newspaper named coadjutor Bishop with right of succession to

schools in 18 U. S. dioceses. BEACH PARTY (Amer-Intl.) Haley, a member of Cathe. What followed was a night- recreated. Fides and give news and back Bishop Charles F. Buddy of San Diego. :Monsignor

florally Objectionable For dral parish in St. Paul, began mare of technical problems There are the familiar ground material to the nation's Jerome J. Hastrich, (right) vicar general of the Di.
with his idea
as a
All (Condemned) created by a sea of sounds in sounds: Pope John reciting the secular press.Sponsors. named titular of
ocese of :Madison, has been Bishop
pilgrim to Rome. He
tJtlKaj WOMEN OF THE saw Angelus from his window
WORLDIt. library

rtti 7e111111t oceans of space. But all was
William O'Connor of
the usual sights, went to the Catechists Gurza and Auxiliary to Bishop P.
( .) ready to go on the closing day on a Sunday noon, or the
A. H. Cralr-R.n Ul L Bennett usual places, did the usual :Madison, Wisconsin.
fiol'Unobjectionable of the first session of the Sec- roar of a crowd at a general AACHKN, Germany (XC) -

Ambulance ServiceVA For General Patronage things that visitors to the ond Vatican Council, December audience. And the unfamiliar The German Society of the ,, .. .... .... ....
4-1673 .. ., ,
YOUNG AND THE BRAVE, Eternal City have done for 8, 1962. sounds: the Vatican fire en- Propagation of the Faith has =I. .t1R"o\\. .\ "".,",'"''',:' '', .,.t '...

ST. AUGUSTINE THE (MGM) centuries.But That Is where the recording gines answering an alarm, or helped 1000 young persons in t; "(J."JfJ' ,. ]

when he went to find begins. Five weeks later in the marching feet o fthe Swiss; mission areas of Asia, Africa 0'6 t

some souvenir to keep the the chronicle of events, it Guard at the change of guardat and Latin America to followa k L: __ __ .. : ... _
BEACH MEMORIAL Deadlines fresh he discovereda .
memory 7 a.m.There FUNERAL DIRECTORS
CHAPEL comes to an end with the stir- two year catechist-training
Vrws .t.rle. Ir._ any sour.. gap. is the beauty of music; TAMPA 237-3335
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SEMINOLE BEACH pictures should reach th* editor by books and photographs of the Hundreds of recording choir, the pipe organ of the here called on its million
MEMORIAL CHAPELSt. Friday for publication In the tel.lowing Vatican, but the sounds of ; Basilica of St. Mary Major and' members two to

Petersburg 391-9907 : Friday'; l .ue. the Vatican were missing. hours have been edited and the Sisters of the Santa Marta sponsor such courses years and ago has JOHN S. RHODES JR.

Wllen'nothing could be foundto condensed eight record ,
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his own effort life in the Vatican during But the most stirring sound Cross at Fatima 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055

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Haley consulted technicians, The great events include, besides cacophony which results whena i cross that the .late Pope John
TAMPA 7 FLORIDA obtained permissions, some- the solemn closing of the group of singing German i XXIII bequeathed to the shrine GRIFFITH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME

times with the help of Arch- council's first session, such pilgrims succeeds in drowningout : of Our Lady of Fatima has AMBULANCE SERVICE

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High School Auditorium 8 Ascension 8, 10, 11:1S LKKSBUKG Esplritu:: Santo
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BARTOTT ENGLEUOOD St Francis Xavier 8:30 i St Anthony 7:30. 9:30
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St. Mary Magdalen 7:30, 9, 10:15. 11:30
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St. Joseph 7, 8, 9:15. 11 St. Patrick C, 7:30. 9, 10:30. 12 7, 8:30. 10, 11 St Martha
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11590Alt. 19 Ph. 391-0111! 584-7611 BRANDON. 9 JO. 11 Mary 7, t, 10:3 0 I School 8:15. 10:15
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BROOK8VILLE Sacred Heart 10:%06CLf'rORT Blessed Sacrament
St. Anthony 7. 10 8. 9:15. 10:15, 11SO
The '_c.rt BCSSELL Holy Name S, 9:30.:: 11 : SIESTA KEY
St. Stephen 9:30 IHINES CITY Lady of Lourdes: 8, ), 10, 11 St Michael I, 10:30
BobbiH Funeral Chapel : 3 BUSHNELL Transfiguration ':10 MONT1CELLO STARK ar UCUBC1Ia
St Lawrence ':30 II,\WTIIOK B St Margaret 1NEW 3! St Edward 10 1
4400 66th Street Xo.fit. CALLAHAN St Philip Ned 10:30 PORT RICKEY ST. PETERSBURG: yiL" .
Our Lady of Consolation ':10 HIGH SPRING Queen of Peace '1:30, 9. 10li; Blessed Trinity I, 9:30, 11 +4 1s + '
Petersburg, Fla. _= L'----- CAMP SAX PEDRO: St Madeleine Sophie Barat 8 NEW SM\RXA BEACH Holy Family 8, 9:30 11

Howell Rd. I INDIAN ROCKS BEACH Sacred Heart 7, 3. 11 Immaculate Conception 9
St John 7, 8:30, 10, 11:30 "
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CHCLUOTA I St Mary <:15, 8. 9, 10, 11. 12
. CLEARWATER Lady of Fatima. 7:30, 11:15 St Mary 1* ,:30. 1:30, I. 10:30. 11:45
St Cecelia 6. 7. 8. '::0, 11, 12:15 J4CKSOVMLLE ORLANDO St Raphael 7. 8:30. 10, 11:30 SUMMERHILL INC.
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CONWAY Crucifixion 9:30 St Charles 9. 10:30. 11:30
Holy 7:30, 8:30. ':30, 11, 1:
Rosary C. I :30, 11:30
School Auditorium 9:IS Student Center 10, 11:30
St James 6,7,8,9,10,11,1 2: .11.
CRESCENT CITY Immaculate Conception St Eugene: 11:30
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: : Most Holy RedeemerNormandy 7. 8. 9. 10, 11:15, 12:3<) TAMPA .
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Our Lady of Lourdes 7. 8:30. ':30. 10:30. 11:30 HOME
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KK\ iTONE HEIGHTS ':30, 8:20. 9:30. 10:20. 12:31 1 St Patrick ,:fit. 8:30,10, 11:30
St William 8:20 PLANT CITY St Peter Claver 7, 9
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(\ 5. 1963) each month. from tee to
any golfer green,
IUJWll Finest in ClothingFor Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage Church Laws but whose putting touch is able.All that guff about head LrT\ DIAPER

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Space Hold that Baby beans at least not to more 2100 K. tOltNSON AY?.
Delicate Hogan hit 62 straight greens in or
Bashful Elephant Horse Soldiers of the Catholic Church in
Rattle Hymn How the West Condition than 10 percent of the game,
Pirates of Tortuga the constitution of Malta, lyre mm mUD n cunnn wrmcma
Black GoldCaptain Was Won
Palmer. The rest of it Is .
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Style Damon and Pythias Jason and the Summer Magic fine. But if he loses, will he
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find of his for
a own a
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nearly all of whom are FOR YOUR FASTENING NEEDS
FBI story Lilies of the Field Three Stooges In Orbit convention of Holy Name men
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since the beginning of the
k He said that while Church
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American Football
Amazons of Rome should be League.
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Silver Star & Pine Hills) Rd. CV 3-0:(): Barrabbas How to Make Monster Holiday 'f f well as lapsed or excommunicated Bills will field this year, delegates

( ,.jJ water &. Lee Rd. 293-98.19 Billy Budd Huns The Samar ?. i, Catholics should be allowed ., to the convention ,shouldsee :
and the Seven
Birds, TheBurning It Happened at
Lake Barton Rd. & E. Colonial 277-f 210 Court World's Fair Sardonicus to contract a legal civil one of the best of the several '. ORANGE COUNTY

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Castilian The Last Train from Showdown The Labor party has also declared -
Charade Gun HillLaurence Square of Violence that while the State has scheduled. SINCE 1946 -AIR SEALED
Parish PHARMACY Guide Come Fly with Me of Arabia Stagecoach to Dancer's, ,
Convicts 4 Lion The flockCourtship should be obliged to provide The football game will be REINFORCED CONCRETE

of Long Absence Sword of the religious instruction in the one of the several attractions t r BURIAL VAULTSWhen
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Your Doctor's Only The Finest It Good Enough
David and Lisa LlbertVance Terror the right to withdraw their
Also the is the Te Be Pure REQUEST IT
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children from such instruction. AT. MCSZV.N8KI JR., Owner Member Lot. Jams
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El Donovan's Reef :Matter of Who Twice Told Tales The other four political
which will be scheduled simultaneously -
Dual of the Titans Murder on the Campus Vampire groups taking part in the
These Parish Pharmacies. Electra: Mutiny on the Bounty Werewolf In a Girl'sEverybody conference herelth the : in four different
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Good constitution.!' of what for. 60
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If a Man Answers Secrets of Nazi
chairman of the convention,
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Page Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Aug. 9, 1963 '
Stained Glass Windows Enhance

Officer Says Youths Use Of #..,:- --

Cars Leads to Delinauency. \."'_'"\r... .:

I 'fW 7r 7
KANSAS CITY (NC) -- The juvenile probation offi- .,1 1 J ",- : .j a Staff Writer

cer Wyandotte county, !Kansas, sums up in one word ". ,1 L f :\'.. I IJ DAYTON A BEACH-
"17": Since 1926 it has been the
the factor that contributesThe most to juvenile delinquency.
...., i wish of Monsignor WilliamJ. : :'
1 ?
: word is: "cars. g ,
Officer Pat Finley's files: try in this age; there are too 4. ,.rjIW .. Mullally, P.A., V.F. to

bulge with reports and statistics ,, many agencies to '1 o o k after ..' r L :J .,-, 1r make his Church of St. Paulin a
that show better than 60 i I the welfare of the citizens."A i7T-1I4 Daytona Beach a truly
!Ii ( ,
percent of the cases in juvenile lot of these cases involve iN' .. "'vI I beautiful temple of God. Recently -

court-Independent of traf- drinking parents," he con- r II -.:: U. that wish has been
fic violations-are directly or tinued. "But others are a re- ii fulfilled with the completionof

indirectly the result of automobiles. sult of the easy divorce laws, I i It I the last stained glass win-

giving rise to a generation of ,, j dow in a panorama of the Yh
"There Is a direct ratio between fatherless children. It is not a
; i Christian faith for his East
automobiles In the handsof uncommon for a 10 or 11-year- i

boys and their marks i in old to be making decisions for l i! t Coast church. 1S
Some of the windows have
school," Finley said. "About himself and his brothers that
,0 ...:::rc "I: been given to Monsignor Mul
50 per cent of the boys we han. he normally wouldn't be mak- Ul..
Catholic and nonCatholic -
lally by
,dIe have dropped out of schoolIany ing until he was 18 or 19 years i
friends alike tribute to
::\ of these boys were 'A1 1 old." .... L U a ,.
the Priest for his work for
,and 'B' students in grade and Finley said another top .. ... JJ t! Church, community and coun- ,S" Sv
junior '
"Grade reason for juvenile crime is r- m try during the 40 years that
depreciation cameonly
lack of family life. f-: he has been pastor at St. Paul's. t tat
after they etarted driveing -
W Id I- ordained Priest of a
r V As a newly
their own car or one "Families live in the same

their parents-too generously house, under the same roof, -i!' 3L L \\.., 1 1 the Diocese, Monsignor Mullal

-made available to them* each with different schedulesand rt\ ly came to Daytona Beach in

he said. different Ideas-and nothing ,,; \ 1923. Construction on the
In his work in he declared. j rj ,. '* '*'f'i. ... Church, once the tallest build-
Finley handles t common, r 1
/ the Mainland in i:
i. ing on began
boys up to the age of 16, incases i "Parents are sometimes very M Vg ;
', December of 1926.
ranging from delinquencyand selfish, even disassociating
Now, some thirty
miscreancy (comparableto >! themselves from their chil- years
C later, the beautiful church of I Ea
felony and misdemeanorin dren. They consider the chil-- :' j 'j

adult law) to dependencyand dren a social barrier." ,rs n. 1" .. .! St. Paul Is a source of prideto

neglect.He ,... 1 1r Its pastor and parishioners. STATIONS OF THE CROSS ILLUSTRATED
Religion plays an important i
said: "There is no reason role in deterring juvenile I ,, ,)<: 1 J. Some of the windows at St. Paul's depict the events of Christ's life leading to the I
"'- : The church exterior followsa
for a dependency and neglectcase crime, Finley said. M:1 I Crucifixion. Illustrated above are some of the stations of the cross together with the

in any court. There is no' "We find fewer offenders i 11 4I !jt Spanish architectural theme. sorrowful mysteries of the rosary.
[, .. The visitor to St. Paul's will y 4.
outright poverty in this coun- "
from a family where religionis
note the church plan, in cruciform shown for the adoration of the are located in various parts of of Protonotary Apostolic, an
a part of the daily life," he 'J' follows
J a certain pattern
the church the side honor conferred Jlon-
\ congregation.One above u|>(m
detailed. "Of these few from ;: "....ft.. t,1 t-..: characteristic of the life of
St. JosephSisters of Monsignor Mullally's altars. The joyful mysteries are toinorIullall; )' in 11)59): b 1
.... Christ.In .
practicing religious families A favorite windows overlooks the illustrated above the altar of Pope John XXIII.

SetInvestiture of any denomination-the per ,1 .... ., .! ... n addition to the life of baptismal font in the baptistry.The St. Anthony and St. Francisof Monsignor Mullally is also

centage of second offenses is rlII .. Christ, many of the windowsare window depicts the bap- Assisi. the dean of the Central Dean,

"54,4 ,S" devoted to portraying the tism of Christ by St. John the The sorrowful mysteries of ery and a consultor of the Di
!. I significant highlights in the Baptist. the rosary are portrayed in ocese.

(Continued from Fifo One) : life of the parish patron, St. Appropriate events from the windows above the Our Lady Memorials in the church

Pope Paul Goes iIJ Paul, the great Apostle who life of Christ and St. John of Lourdes altar. have been given by Jere Sheehyin

ter of Mr. and Mrs. WilfredJ. .. .. carried the Christian Faith
;, to the The windows above of Father John
Cure St.
:3' Vianney, of Ars, anda memory
To Summer Villa
Payette, Our Lady of Gentiles.A .
.' iI' : I the window illustrating the par- Anne's altar point out the O'Connor and Ellen :M. Sheehy,

Lourdes parish, Melbourne. VATICAN CITY (NO-Pope Jy & Y ,1 I W view of the high altar from able of the Prodigal Son may glorious mysteries. St. Paul's Active Helpers; the
Sister Louis Andre, daughterof the vestibule is
Paul VI left Vatican City on dominated bya be seen above the confessionals.The Another window In the Francis Porter family, in mem

Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. August 5, and went by car to f' canvas in oils of the conver- mysteries of the rosary church memorializes the rank ory of the Thomas Plunkett
Seese, St. Anthony parish, sion of St. Paul.Throughout .
his residence Pauline Schon Raw
summer at Cas- r' family;
Fort Lauderdale. telgandolfo.The < t IoU the church, the d' lings in memory of Dorothy C
Sister Agnes Therese, daughter I'" round windows at the top are
Pope left the Vatican at Schon and Katherine M. Schon;
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Sul- PtU
tributes to the doctors of the
5:30: p.m. and arrived at the and memorials to Mary Cabell
livan, St. Juliana parish, West
hilltop village in the A I ban U Fl! church. Horrigan and David E. Horri-

Palm Beach. Hills about 20 miles south of .....:, Indows In the south gan, Mae Rosenbaum Post, and
Sister daughterof 11 j :
Mary Lucy, south of the main
transept, :
Rome at 600.: He went Immediately .., Mr. and :Mrs. John Downing.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wolf- d altar Illustrate important _
to a balcony of the residence 'jltl.fi Y1 r t
kill, Holy Family parish, North which overlooks the village I; .J passages In the life of St. BEACH RENTALSON

Miami. square to bless the townspeople :'';: : Paul. The top rose window ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Sister Mary Celine, daughterof for the first time since ) t tI TDEPICTS 'h t depicts Christ the King.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Williams, GULFDRIVEAPARTMENTS
'' his election to the pontificate. The top window in the north

Our Lady of the Angels parish,, I .mIr transept illustrates a monsTrance -

and Sister Winifred Marie, Pope Paul's weekly general ;J III in which the Host isPontiffs
[ audiencesll\ be held 6505 Gulf Drive ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mar -r 1
on Wednesdays during the ; ......... ...L. :I Air Conditioned Beautiful Bench
low V. White, St. Paul parish;' Kitchenettes-New Furnishing
both of Jacksonville. Pope's stay at Casteljjamlolfo) JOYFUL MYSTERIESTwo Formal Bedroom Accommodations

Sister Ann Justin, daughter. the papal master of chambers of the joyful mysteries of the rosary are to be REASONABLE RATES

of Mr. and Mrs. Justus M. has announced. found in this stained glass window at St. Paul Churchin Title Near St. Bernardo Church

Klemmer, Sacred Heart parish, Monsignor Mario N a s a III Daytona Beach. The window is located above the ReplacedBy \ ..- For Reservation or
Richmond, VIrginia.JACKSONVILLE. Rocca di Corneliano, whose of- altar of St. Anthony and St. Francis of Assisi. At the 1, Information Writ!

fice has charge of papal audiences 'Holy Father'VATICAN' MRS. HELEN BOV/EN
top is the Flight into Egypt. The two mysteries, poretraycd
the 437 Rlflrr Dr. Ph. tSJ-HIl
has said that
above, are the Finding of the Child Jesus in the CITY (XC)-Pope Tamp t, Florida.
audiences start
Temple (center) and the Annunciation (bottom). Paul VI has given instructionsthat TIIE RISEN KING
August 7. Portrayed with important

On holidays, the announce- the traditional formula events in the life of St. Paul, IN TAMPA---

:FR 'D1*A BXM>'.PSC ment continued, the Pope will Catholic Charities Unit used all in official reference to himselfin patron saint of the Daytona ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE

greet visitors at noon in the publications be Beach pariah, i is this window

STEER ROOM residence's central courtyard.He Organizes Polk CountyContinued replaced by the "simple term, depicting Christ the King, or HILLSBORO HOTEL

will recite the Angelus and "the Holy Father. Christ s Hex. The windowsare DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET FROM

give his blessing from a balcony In the past the formula "La in the south CHURCH
transept, SACRED HEART
( from Pac One) man, Mr. Perez, added thata
overlooking the court. Santita di Nostro Signore" (the outh of the main altar.
yard. children's center for the tem- good way to interpret Cath- Holiness of Our Lord) has been

citl ROOkt. V !10!LEaSTEAKS General audiences at Castel- porary care of children is being olic Charities to the commun- used in the official notices

built in Tampa and the Diocese ity is to become personally active LOUIS W. PETERSON
gandolfo are held in a large printed in the periodical, Acta
Foot of Braver St. ViaductEL also has under construction a in United Fund and other AcrnU lorRf'rlinlf'r BERING CIGAR
4-9136 audience pavillion in the papal Apostolicae Sedis (Official Acts Ilroi., Inc.
the civic activities. Thus said Mr.
villa's gardens.EASTERLIN permanent building for of the Holy See), and fac'IOI|| T (antlle Co.. Inc.
:Morning: Star School in Jack- Perez, the interpretation of the TO. 41IU; (urrnllton Mutton"
IO"srftUl'e Itoinuno, Vatican CORRALWODISKACIGAR
mental Mine
t arm AjcrnryNew
sonville. Catholic social work is made
City daily. Orleans. Lonl.iana
Board members, appointedby directly to those most inter PURE ALTAR WINES
The formula
was droppedfor
fG.P'.HA RMACf' parish Priests in the area, ested and to other social workers CO.TAMPA .
the first time in the
joined their Priests at the in the community.
KELI.\ISLK PRESCRIPTION" ".: \'IC'K: August edition<< of L'Os-- When j-ou tell an advertiser -
Drug Cosmetic, Clear and Camera nf'p.rtmf'nhFrf' Polk County meeting. Lake Priests of the area parishesare sertatore Romano," and the that you va\v his ad in
Pickup and I>*H ery Luneheoa and Soda Bar on the board. Several pastors ..
Wales and Lake Alfred will
lOJt Blandlnr Bird. Cr 8-0734. S-0735 le.s: formal term<< "the HolyFather" ,
till Jarorne Rd. 771- 903 also provide members of the were present at the or- used Instead. J"u let him know that he has MANUEL CORRAL

D. Q. KASTERLIXG OWDuana.nGAINESVILLE'S board, it was stated. The board ganizational m e e tin g. Lay made a good iiuextment.
All Vatican offices as well as
board members who attendedthe
will meet again in the fall.
the two publications had been
first meeting included
Father Lenihan summedup : for the best in...
FINEST 1I03IE VALUES Alan Hart, Dudley Towne, informed that Pope Paul considers ,
the responsibilities of aboard /
Lakeland; Gerald Emry, Winter the old formula "rather
member those f
a s o Haven and Samuel De Vito antiquated," and that it is to pestontro1
; ,
consultation with the social
Lake Alfred. be replaced by the form he Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite
Pt worker concerning the needsof *
:Members: of the new board considers more in keeping
the community and as & Hi-Calcium Lime
who; were not at the first with the times.
representatives and interpreters
JUST TWO BLOCKS FROMST. meeting are, from Lakeland, Veterans of the Vatican City service
of the work of Cath FROM
A PATRICK'S PARISH: AND SCHOOL Miss Helen Ballenger, Mrs. daily's staff consider the
olic Charities by keeping
their own communities and John Kearns and Dr. John.C change "revolutionary" and call CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES INC.

HUGH EDWARDS INC.X. Stanton; and :Mrs. Robert Huff say it is a sign that Pope Paul I
organizations informed o n
W of Winter Haven. will be a "modern Pontiff." Phone Crystal River, Florida 7952409OR

E. 16th Ave & lath: Street the charity of the Church. m\ ,__ 1. ., 11 YOUR SPREADER SERVICE
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Discussing the formation of a Polk County Catholic '

Charities Bureau office at a meeting in Lakeland July McDonald'South -{
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31, were, from the left, seated, Father William J. O'Far- s 4)JukA

rell, pastor of St. Joseph. parish in Lakeland; Miss
Winter Park Daytona Beach Madeira Beach
Tampa Martha Franco, executive'director of Catholic Charities, ; aUI _.' _Paspejix Pi DeJIa8.| ;Park, $*; J.c'enbult;

CALL CALL CALL CALL Tampa; Father Charles CL Anderson, pastor of St. Joseph ";-,81RI.9; ; DNJ, EAR, YOV

- 876-4664 MI 4-8173 CL 2-8521 391-5300 parish in Winter Has?n';_and standing, Father HenryJ. Lavccr.. :. Tamp. :e :Sarawaa_. Winirr Jfawav: *: OrU d9" > Lakeland.' Cl_ *rwn ter

L Miron president of Santa Fe School in Lakeland. -
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